Archive for: April 2012

April 25, 2012

Views on the News – 4/21/2012

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 25 Apr 2012

Conservatives across the nation should be of good cheer since the United States remains a center-right nation, and this November, voters will choose common sense over fiscally reckless extremism in what will be a landslide conservative victory. Republicans will …

April 24, 2012

Next Stop: The White Elephant’s Graveyard

Filed under: Featured Conservative,The Democrats - 24 Apr 2012

Virginia just avoided a state–sized version of the popular “government shutdown” crisis. Democrats had twice defeated the budget in Senate votes and it looked like the usual hostages — children, teachers, social workers, grief counselors, underwater mortgage holders, illegals, addicts, …

Illegal Means Illegal: Close the Border

Filed under: Immigration - 24 Apr 2012

Notice the emphasis on one word used twice in the title of this commentary: ILLEGAL. There is a current real problem and threat to America’s financial well-being and cultural stability. This invasion from Mexico has reached epidemic proportions and no …

Obama Report Card: Betcha they Wish they had Another Democrat to Run!

Filed under: Politics In General - 24 Apr 2012

Let’s keep this simple. Since the liberals want to have class wars, gender wars and race wars then let’s start with women. The Obama’s Truth team sends out a couple of women to lie for Obama. And because they are …

April 23, 2012

Gitmo prosecutor blasts terror suspect’s defense lawyers

Filed under: War On Terror - 23 Apr 2012

The top prosecutor of the U.S.S. Cole bombing suspect, who is being held in a detention center in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, slammed defense attorneys for their characterization of proceedings on the military base as being unconstitutional, according to a Pentagon …

Political Correctness

We are threatened by a nasty cancer epidemic. It’s a danger to our nation.

It’s political correctness and multiculturalism. Make no mistake. These are a disease. A cancer.

April 22, 2012

Liberty is Null and Void

Filed under: Constitution & Bill of Rights,History - 22 Apr 2012

Americawas founded as a FederalRepublic. This means our nation was designed to have two levels of sovereignty. The States which pre-date the central government and which created the central government is to be one level and the central …

Al-Qaeda bomb-making expert publishes magazine

Filed under: War On Terror - 22 Apr 2012

A top al-Qaeda bomb-making expert this week has joined his fellow terrorists in publishing information on the World Wide Web, but this time its an Internet magazine instructing readers on how to build bombs and other deadly devices.

America Unplugged – The New Lord’s Prayer

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 22 Apr 2012

Those who can hardly stand the syntax and rhythmic schemes of the English usage in our Constitution will not find any magnificence or beauty in the Elizabethan phrases of the Bible’s King James Version. Not to worry – other versions …

April 21, 2012

Mexican cops discover dismembered bodies near U.S. border

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 21 Apr 2012

Mexican police officers on Monday — one day after the Summit of the Americas — discovered dismembered bodies packed into plastic garbage bags left inside an abandoned van, according to the Law Enforcement Examiner’s U.S. drug enforcement source.

On Hope and Hate: Week One of Obama v. Romney

Something wonderful unfolded in American politics the last few days.

Romney facts you need to know

Filed under: The Republicans - 21 Apr 2012

Did you know that Romney received a dual degree from BOTH Harvard Business School and Harvard Law … graduating Cum Laude?

Notice a really clear difference between Romney and Obama?

Our Kobayashi Maru; Romney Versus Obama

Five months ago, if you asked any conservative in America what they thought about Mitt Romney as the potential GOP candidate for President of the United States what were they saying? Seventy five to eight percent were saying things similar …

April 20, 2012

Extended Terms: Libs stretch the letter of the law

One of the reasons why liberals think they’re so much smarter than the rest of us is their use of big words. Not big words like “sesquipedalian,” but more ordinary words that liberals have inflated in such a way as …

Don’t Get Fooled Again, Vote

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 20 Apr 2012

Some skeptical loyalist to the Grand Old Party and most members of the Tea Party have developed that uneasy sensation relating to the endorsement of certain hand picked candidates initiated by the Republican Party’s elite bosses. This is establishing an …

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