Archive for: October 2012

October 17, 2012

The Truth on Biden’s Abortion Malarkey

Filed under: Abortion,Myths & Lies - 17 Oct 2012

When Joe Biden was asked about abortion in the vice-presidential debate last Thursday, he replied with what, in part, has become boilerplate. “I accept my church’s position on abortion…” he said. “Life begins at conception; that’s the church’s judgment. I …

Black Christians: Shame! Shame! Shame!

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 17 Oct 2012

Increasingly, I am hearing the following mantra/narrative from Black Christians. “I’m voting for Obama because he is the lesser of the two evils.” This is an extremely weak veiled attempt to justify their racism and loyalty to The Black Code …

Views on the News – 10/13/2012

Filed under: Politics In General - 17 Oct 2012

The “Silent Majority” is alive and well and just as powerful as ever. You see them everyday. They’re all around you. They are the folks you see at parties who stand around the edges of a group …

October 16, 2012

The most important election in history

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 16 Oct 2012

Who says Republicans and Democrats can’t agree? Every four years, politicos and pundits, both left and right, come together in a harmonious hymn of hyperbole: “This is the most important election in history!” they sing.

Gargoyle Joe Is Your Debate Firewall?

Filed under: Politics In General - 16 Oct 2012

What does it say about a campaign when its hope for putting a stop to a precipitous decline in the polls is Joe Biden? Last night fireman Joe was at his pompous, bloviating best in the Vice President Debate with …

Alex Karras, RIP

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 16 Oct 2012

Alex Karras, the former Detroit Lions All-Pro defensive tackle and later a successful actor, died on October 10. I have vivid memories of him before he ever gained immortality as “Mongo” in “Blazing Saddles” or as the stepdad of “Webster.”

October 15, 2012

Will the GOP Take the Senate?

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 15 Oct 2012

Everyone is focused on the Presidential race and that’s to be expected. That’s the national race, that’s the big prize that will take up all the headlines on November the 7th. But conservatives need to remember that this election has …

Without Hope You’re Hopeless

Filed under: Politics In General - 15 Oct 2012

Listening to the lies of the politicians as presented by the prattle of the biased it is easy to lose hope in a secular sense. My hope in an eternal sense is founded on the rock of an unshakable …

Biden’s Strategy: Be a Jerk

Filed under: Elections & Voting,In The News - 15 Oct 2012

Is there a human being on this Earth more obnoxious than Joe Biden? It appears that the following was his strategy in the vice-presidential debate:

October 14, 2012

Bus Driver to Conservative Child: “Your Mother Should Have Chosen Abortion for You”

Actress Stacey Dash was attacked viciously on Twitter after she expressed support for Mitt Romney, with several people telling her “Kill yourself,” another calling her a “hag,” and yet others hurling racial slurs. But even this pales in comparison to …

Sacrificing Truth

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 14 Oct 2012

It’s long been practiced that American politics stop at the water’€™s edge. We stand united on foreign policy. In return, we expect the president to act in our nation’€™s best interest. And to tell us the unvarnished …

Even the Liberals Couldn’t Find Anything Good to Cheer about after the First Debate!

Filed under: Elections & Voting,In The News - 14 Oct 2012

The first Presidential debate was fun to watch. 67 % of those polled thought Obama would win. I didn’t think Obama could win. There would be no teleprompter to help him along. There would be no screaming ideologs to faint …

Can we legislate morality

Filed under: Abortion,Politically Incorrect Reality - 14 Oct 2012

Recently a writer of a letter to the editor opined about a columnist who criticized the pro-life position, smearing it recklessly with predictable stereotypes and mischaracterizations.

October 13, 2012

President Obama and the “Intelligence Brief” Scandal

Filed under: Corruption,In The News,War On Terror - 13 Oct 2012

The last few weeks have produced many intriguing political moments, but none as shocking as the revelation that President Obama has been absent from the vast majority of his daily intelligence briefings.

My Answer for Lloyd Marcus

Filed under: Politics In General - 13 Oct 2012

“Everything I heard today is true. But, because of racism I suffered in my youth, I can not turn against Obama.” According to conservative writer Lloyd Marcus, the preceding sentiment was uttered by his father, a black man, after the …

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