Archive for: August 2012

August 12, 2012

Are We still Fighting over the Civil War’s Crater? Newt might Think So!

Filed under: Politics In General - 12 Aug 2012

Newt Gingrich and his partner Forstchen have come up with another great Civil War Novel. If you haven’t experienced the read, it is quite fascinating to read a book that puts you in the middle of this battle. The Battle …

GOP Senators block Obama’s cybersecurity act

Filed under: The Republicans - 12 Aug 2012

The Republican members of the U.S. Senate on Thursday blocked the passage of President Barack Obama’s priority cyber legislation, the Cybersecurity Act of 2012. A law enforcement source in Washington, D.C., told the Law Enforcement Examiner that there was no …

August 11, 2012

Rep. King accuses White House of leaking ‘secret order’ to aid Syrian rebels

Information regarding President Barack Obama signing a supposedly secret order to provide American support to Syrian rebels was leaked to “enhance” Obama’s reputation, according to Rep. Peter King, the chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, during an interview …

Ohio’s Ballot Battle

Ohio is a swing state. Whatever happens there affects us all.

The Obama campaign has sued Ohio over early voting. The argument over military voting is politically convenient but essentially meaningless. And nearly every political analyst has gotten this …

Sources Say … The Dirt On Barack Obama

So, Obama and his surrogates are out there hurling accusations. No, I’m not surprised. As much as I don’t like Mitt Romney as a candidate, even I have to defend him when the bull crap starts getting tossed …

August 10, 2012

Obama’s Progress

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 10 Aug 2012

Try to define progressivism. In fact, ask progressives to try to define progressivism. All we really know is that they’re, well, progressing. They and their ideas and their politics are always changing, evolving. This means that what they believe and …

Selectively Enforced Healthcare

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 10 Aug 2012

The atrocious situation we find ourselves in Health Care wasn’t created overnight. It was caused by many factors. One obvious adversity in these horrendous obviations was the development of Medicare. Medicare at its inception was a unique concept, especially in …

August 9, 2012

Accountability: The Missing Element in the Obama Presidency

Filed under: Politics In General - 09 Aug 2012

A plethora of incredibly hard to believe events takes place in America almost every day. Some are unexpected, but many are quite persistent like the nearly 1200 murders a year in Chicago. Others are horrendous events like the recent shooting …

Liberal tyranny and the cluck heard ’round the world

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 09 Aug 2012

Writer Sinclair Lewis is credited with saying, “When fascism comes to America, it will come wrapped in the flag and waving a cross.”

Close, but not quite. Truth is, fascism has come to America; but it’s wrapped in a rainbow flag …

Views on the News – 8/4/2012

Filed under: In The News - 09 Aug 2012

In the course of four short years, President Obama has transformed from “The Messiah” into “The Pariah,” because voters aren’t buying his distractions anymore. It started with the failed stimulus that promised to buy our way out of the …

August 8, 2012

My Black Dad and Chick-fil-A

I jump on every opportunity to respectfully challenge my 84 year old black dad’s loyalty to Obama. Dad has been a Christian pastor over 50 years. He lives in Maryland and I live in Florida. I called Dad to ask …

Chick-Fil-A Experience: Americans Want More Freedom and Less Government

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 08 Aug 2012

By: Joe Boyd

Yes taxes and regulations mean more government and less freedom.

Why does government need to be the at the center of our lives? Why is the news always filled with politicians and bureaucrats and what they think and say? …

Chick–fil–A: Fast food, faster hate

My sympathy goes out to the president of the Chamber of Commerce where I live. Here Rob Clapper was simply trying to line up an interesting speaker and suddenly he’s in the midst of a controversy.

Who would have thought when …

August 7, 2012

Freedom of Religion Threatened

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 07 Aug 2012

It was no accident that our founding fathers put freedom of religion first when they were compiling our Bill of Rights. Such a freedom was considered essential to a truly free society, and such freedom is rare in the world …

The Olympics and Feminist-style Reporting

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 07 Aug 2012

It’s difficult to say if the greatest drama of the 2012 Olympics has occurred inside or outside the athletic arena, but it’s hard for anything to compare to the controversy that recently surrounded 16-year-old Chinese swim sensation Ye Shiwen. …

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