Archive for: February 2012

February 29, 2012

Don’t Give Up, We’re Winning

Each and every Conservative, Libertarian and Independent American Citizen and Patriot must extend their unique dedication, celebration and congratulations loud and clear, because whether they believe it or not they’re winning. Our President Barack Hussein Obama, “The Chosen One” The …

Republicans: still searching for a fight they can win.

Filed under: The Republicans - 29 Feb 2012

Rep. Frank Wolf (R–VA) and I disagree on term limits. I’m a firm believer in 12 years and you’re out — while Wolf is an advocate of the 30 years and counting philosophy. (Unless Frank doesn’t have any other options, …

“Social Issues” From A Truly Conservative Perspective

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 29 Feb 2012

With Republican candidate Rick Santorum’s meteoric rise of recent weeks, the media has predictably gone into full attack mode against him. The new controversy of the day, repeated incessantly by the network anchors, is anything related to “social issues.” And …

A Whiff of Privatization

Three decades ago, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher implemented a policy called “privatization” to rejuvenate the moribund economy of the United Kingdom.

Like the United States today, the cost of a too-large government was sapping the vitality of the U.K.’s economy. The …

February 28, 2012

Obama says more – O’Reilly says less – Not theirs to decide

Filed under: In The News - 28 Feb 2012

It is clear that after three years of the Obama administration’s labors for the gay agenda and his recent statement about abortion being a means for “our daughters’ to have the chance for financial success that our sons enjoy, that …

Obama has already lost, and doesn’t even know it

Barack Obama is a lame duck President already, but probably doesn’t realize it since he is surrounded by leftist zealots who insulate him from any contrary opinions and shielded by the partisan mainstream media. Obama’s popularity began falling right …

Fond Memories of Ronnie

Filed under: History - 28 Feb 2012

Our 40th president’s birthday earlier this month caused me to reflect upon how Ronald Reagan impacted my life.

In 1981, I was a young singer/songwriter, clueless about politics, when Ronald Reagan won the presidency. An event planner asked me to …

The Sacred Cow of Racism

Honest discussions on issues of race are as scarce as hen’s teeth. Reporters and pundits are usually too afraid to speak on any issue that might be connected to race, unless it is to label someone a racist. Concerning racist …

February 27, 2012

Satan and Santorum: Perspective from Reagan’s Evil Empire Speech

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Religion & Faith - 27 Feb 2012

The secular world today trembles and shudders at the sight of Rick Santorum speaking on good and evil at Ave Maria University in Florida in 2008. Santorum’s statement came 25 years after another much-maligned social conservative, Ronald Reagan, delivered a …

A Peek Into the World of Fangirling

Filed under: Potpourri - 27 Feb 2012

As a journalist there are times I am surprised by what I learn on my travels and other times by what I learn near home. Navigating a crowded Congressional hearing, avoiding insurgents in Fallujah, and driving through a drug gang …

This Will be the Dirtiest Election Ever (Again)

Dirt is part of American politics, and has been from the very beginning. This despite the talk of commentators who would have us believe that Presidential campaigns were as friendly as church socials until talk radio and Fox News came …

February 26, 2012

Why Not Separation of Liberalism and State?

The idea that liberalism is a religion unto itself is by no means original. Still, how frustrating that America has been conditioned to regard traditional religious influences as the gravest threats to our …

Solyndra Destroys Inventory And Credibility

In 2009 the Obama administration awarded Solyndra, a green energy solar panel manufacturer, a $535 million taxpayer funded government loan. This was part of the Energy Department’s mandate to create a clean energy economy and a clean energy America. Sounds …

Lloyd’s Life Lessons: Forgive!

Filed under: Potpourri - 26 Feb 2012

I have learned that forgiveness is extremely important. In my youth, I was care giver for an elderly neighbor dying of Cancer. On his death bed, he uttered, “I have forgiven my brother”.

The night before my mom died, she …

February 25, 2012

When Conservatives Wax Liberal: Is Sex a Qualification?

Filed under: Abortion - 25 Feb 2012

Is it a conservative position that only women are qualified to comment on abortion? A writer named Leann Horrocks certainly seems to think so.

In an American Thinker piece titled, “Contraception, the New Useful Passion,” Horrocks does make some good …

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