Author: David Bozeman


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February 13, 2011

Social Security and the Fallacy of Government Compassion

Filed under: Politics In General - 13 Feb 2011

The chatter is becoming a roar. With the first baby boomers approaching the legal retirement age and concern mounting over the solvency of Social Security, the first solution on the table is to raise the age even higher. …

January 19, 2011

Liberal Blame Diminishes the Victims

Filed under: In The News,Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 19 Jan 2011

Amazing how most liberals possess the uncanny ability to be both audacious and boringly predictable at the same time. Surely once the character of the alleged Tucson shooter became apparent, no reasonable spectator would see fit to blame the …

January 15, 2011

Note to Conservatives: Guard Your History

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism,History - 15 Jan 2011

February 6 marks the 100th birthday of President Ronald Reagan, and while his legacy as the pre-eminent conservative of the 20th century remains not only unshaken but sturdier than ever, his ideological heirs had better guard the truth of the …

January 4, 2011

C’mon Krauthammer, You Can Do Better Than That!

Filed under: Featured Conservative,In The News - 04 Jan 2011

Charles Krauthammer, one of the few conservatives to be lauded for his intellect, can do so much better. Currently, he is best known for naming President Obama, in essence, The Comeback Kid for extending the Bush-era tax cuts. …

December 4, 2010

Is Sarah Palin Too Good To Be President?

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 04 Dec 2010

The continued dominance of everything Palin on the national stage does not merit another gushing tribute nor a diatribe against the former governor’s haters (as fun as it would be to write). Furthermore, nothing written here should be construed …

November 10, 2010

A Message to Neal Boortz

Filed under: Abortion,Politically Incorrect Reality - 10 Nov 2010

On his November 2 broadcast, radio talk show host Neal Boortz was celebrating the coming tsunami, crediting the Tea Party focus on taxes, the budget and big government in general. Boortz applauded the movement for not focusing on such …

October 29, 2010

Warren Harding: Do We Need Him Today?

Filed under: History - 29 Oct 2010

Yes, that Warren Harding. November 2 marks the birthday of the historians’ perennial choice for the worst president ever. Tea Partiers are embracing the folksy, budget-cutting Calvin Coolidge, who assumed office upon Harding’s death in 1923, but only …

October 20, 2010

Palestine – Mandela’s Elders Malign Israel

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 20 Oct 2010

The Elders – an independent group of eminent global leaders founded in 2007 by airline mogul Sir Richard Branson and co-founder of Genesis Peter Gabriel – has sent four of its members – including Mary Robinson and Jimmy …

September 12, 2010

Give Me Liberty Not Sex Appeal

Meghan McCain’s new book Dirty Sexy Politics may well be substantive, but her recent appearance on The O’Reilly Factor and her various public statements echo the banality of modern discourse in an age that demands passion, substance and maturity. …

August 27, 2010

Fiscal Sanity: The Case From the Heart

Filed under: Featured Conservative,History,In The News - 27 Aug 2010

Glenn Beck, appearing on a recent O’Reilly Factor, brought out new Tea Party poster boy Calvin Coolidge for a quick tribute. Our 30th president (1923-29) usually ranks with Millard Fillmore and Zachary Taylor in name recognition and barely above …

August 16, 2010

A Social Conservative Responds to Glenn Beck

On the 8-11 O’Reilly Factor, Glenn Beck, when asked about social issues such as gay marriage, opined that “we have bigger fish to fry,” given how our country is burning. He concludes (and I’m paraphrasing) that it’s not like …

July 22, 2010

Conservative By Passion or Fashion?

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 22 Jul 2010

Kathleen Parker, who inexplicably passes for conservative, spent much of her latest column praising Sarah Palin’s ability to market herself. While not exactly lauding Mama Grizzly on substance, Parker, perhaps with tongue slightly in cheek, acknowledged Palin’s knack for …

July 10, 2010

Sarah Palin Private Citizen — The First Year

On July 3, 2009, Sarah Palin outsmarted her critics yet again by stepping down as governor of Alaska. She not only spared her state another year of politically-motivated lawsuits and ethics charges, she robbed the left of its most …

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