Archive for: February 2012

February 21, 2012

The Man Who Would Be King

Filed under: Politics In General - 21 Feb 2012

In 114 BC, Rome was a democratic Republic. Representatives elected by popular vote filled the Senate, and the Senate ran Rome. The Empire was conquered in the name of the Senate and the People of Rome, symbolized by …

New Contraception Law is an Idiot’s Nightmare.

Filed under: Abortion,Religion & Faith - 21 Feb 2012

When the smoke clears and people start looking at this new level of socialism, I believe that the disapproval rating of Obama will go to a new level.

Look at the Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act and you will start …

What If We Removed Wartime Conscience Exemptions?

Last Friday, President Obama responded to Catholic bishops’ concerns over his controversial mandate compelling Catholic institutions to provide contraception, sterilization, and abortion-inducing pharmaceuticals. Many media sources reported Obama’s action as an “accommodation,” with some describing it as a “reversal.” It …

February 20, 2012

Judging Presidential Timber at CPAC

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 20 Feb 2012

Friday’s session of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) was crucial for Republican presidential candidates, but it started with an audition for Vice President.

Our own Gov. Bob McDonnell proved once again if you want a VP candidate who is not …

Wake Forest’s Campus Jihadist Stirs Outrage

Filed under: War On Terror - 20 Feb 2012

It’s been two years since the prestigiousWakeForestUniversityhired Imam Khalid Griggs to be its first Muslim Assistant Chaplain. When the university’s President Nathan O. Hatch officially appointed him in February 2010, he was praised as a paragon of religious tolerance and …

Obama’s Birth Control Controversy: The Big Picture

Filed under: Politics In General - 20 Feb 2012

In the aftermath of the 2000 presidential election debacle, in which George W. Bush was declared winner after a month of liberal efforts to overturn his razor-thin victory in Florida, the Democrat Party took an aggressive turn to the left. …

Strategic Abdication

Filed under: Featured Conservative,War On Terror - 20 Feb 2012

From Damascus to Tehran, a test for world leadership is underway. Daily, the Syrian military—well-armed, highly trained thugs whose current mission is to keep dictator Bashar Assad in power—kills up to 200 or more of its own citizens. Protests from …

Samuel L. Jackson: Look Beyond Race, Assess The Man!

Are you as sick of hearing me talking about race as I am talking about it? For crying out loud, all I ask is that liberals please, please, please look beyond their emotions and Obama’s skin color and honestly assess …

February 19, 2012

Samuel L. Jackson Drops the Act: Admits He Only Voted for Obama because of Race

Hey, Jackson, is it Samuel L. or Jesse? Actually, it’s more likely that the actor was channeling Jeremiah Wright.

Obama: Violating Much More than Conscience

In his latest show Gov. Mike Huckabee was seen interviewing a Catholic priest, as they spoke, the Governor said that since the Catholics have come under attack “we are all Catholics.” The audience accepted what he said and while they …

Lloyd’s Life Lessons: Are Our Pets Spiritual Assignments

Filed under: Potpourri - 19 Feb 2012

I believe our pets are spiritually assigned to us. Mary and I had a Border Collie which apparently was not meant to be with us. He dug his way out under our backyard fence and disappeared. Mary searched for him …

Why Democrats Fear Ultrasound and Photo ID

When Democrats are busy ordering conservatives around for our own good, one of the justifications for their bossiness is they are the party of science. While Republicans are the party of examining chicken entrails.

February 18, 2012

U.S. Defense Contract Awarded To Brazilian Company

Filed under: American Military,In The News - 18 Feb 2012

In December of 2011, the United States Air Force awarded a $355 million dollar contract to a company called Embraer. The contract called for the company to build an initial allotment of 35 Light Air Support (LAS) aircraft, with more …

The Obama Fable about Energy: You know where he can shove his windmills!

Filed under: American Economy - 18 Feb 2012

As I always say it is better to read Obama’s speeches then to just listen. Obama never talked about the high price of gasoline at the pump in his last SOTU. It is way too high and it is causing …

Michael Shannon CPAC Report Day 2

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 18 Feb 2012

Friday at CPAC began with a kickoff address by former Arkansas governor and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee. Those of you that felt Huckabee was looking a bit gaunt after his 110–pound weight loss can stop worrying. This year’s model is …

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