Archive for: March 2012

March 31, 2012

Liberals Always Get Caught By The Semantic Games They Play

Semantics is the use language to manipulate the meanings of words in order to achieve a desired effect on an audience. For example when an angry liberal emails me and says, “someone should put a bullet in your head,” I …

Is the Health Care Law Constitutional? No, Strike It Down

This summer, the Supreme Court will decide whether Congress violated the Constitution when it enacted the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which contains an “individual mandate” requiring virtually every American to purchase health insurance. Based on the Constitution’s text …

Al Sharpton: Appointed To Keep Black Voters Angry and Ill-informed.

You can imagine the justifiable extreme anger and outrage of black America in1987. Six white men including police officers and a New York prosecutor kidnapped, raped and smeared feces over the body of a fifteen year old black girl. Tawana …

Liberty And Justice For All

What happened to Trayvon Martin was a senseless tragedy and loss of a young life. This should never happen to anyone. My prayers and wholehearted sympathy is extended to his family.

March 30, 2012

Lawmakers probe lax visa enforcement and terrorism

Filed under: Featured Conservative,War On Terror - 30 Mar 2012

The House of Representatives’ Homeland Security Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security, chaired by Rep. Candice Miller (R-MI), held a hearing entitled “From the 9/11 Hijackers to Amine el-Khalifi: Terrorists and the Visa Overstay Problem” last week, according to officials …

Lloyd’s Life Lessons: It’s Only Words

Filed under: Potpourri - 30 Mar 2012

Folks, I have learned there is powerful creative energy in what we say. Over the years, I have learned to guard my tongue. However, I must stay diligent in my quest to only sow what I want into the air …

Conservatives Can’t Count on Court

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 30 Mar 2012

Conservatives are in a rare mood: they’re optimistic. After listening to two days of Supreme Court hearings, and the skepticism from most of the justices on the individual mandate, many are convinced that victory is inevitable and the court will …

March 29, 2012

Bumper Sticker History: Remembering Some Truly Audacious Military Operations

Filed under: American Military,Featured Conservative,History - 29 Mar 2012

On March 19, speaking at a Morris Township, New Jersey Democratic Party fundraiser, Vice President Joe Biden provided what may be the mother of all election year bumper stickers when he asserted, “Osama Bin Laden is dead and General Motors …

Hate Crime Laws were Wrong from the Beginning, Now we have Proof!

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 29 Mar 2012

So the issue is did Ravi actually commit a hate crime? Was Clementi so unstable that he would have committed suicide with or without the interactions of Ravi. By the way the defense was not allowed to go in that …

March 28, 2012

IRS may draft cops to catch tax cheats, official tells Senate

Filed under: Taxes & Taxation - 28 Mar 2012

While the Obama Administration curtailed its involvement with local police agencies to enforce immigration law and capture criminal aliens, that same administration wishes local cops to help the Internal Revenue Service enforcement tax laws, according to testimony given before a …

If Obama Wins, America Loses

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 28 Mar 2012

I have heard a lot recently that no one really cares anymore about who is elected and that Obama is going back in. I am about ready to believe it. Is this true, that people really do not care about …

President Obama Facing Challenges

Filed under: Politics In General - 28 Mar 2012

President Obama will be faced with many challenges in the upcoming election. It will be difficult for him to divert attention and camouflage the truth, as focus continues to sharpen. It is incumbent upon us as American citizens to do …

March 27, 2012

We Know the Problem … What’s the Answer?

Filed under: History - 27 Mar 2012

This weekly column, which I have been privileged to submit for your consideration for the past three years, elicits many comments and questions. The most common of which can be summed up as, “I agree with your analysis, appreciate …

Preacher Goes Wild in Virginia Beach

Filed under: Politics In General - 27 Mar 2012

Periodically there’s an eruption in Virginia Beach that catches us off guard. Much like a dormant volcano will occasionally demand attention, Pat Robertson grabs headlines by making an off–the–wall comment.

March 26, 2012

Views on the News – 3/24/2012

Filed under: Politics In General - 26 Mar 2012

America has NOT been prospering for the last four years during which Barack Obama has been President, and everyone knows it. The U.S. sovereign debt rating was downgraded for the first time while he occupied the Oval Office. Federal …

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