Author: Eddie Clements


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January 18, 2010

To Be “R” Not “D” Be

As you may suspect this is about Repubs and Dems. We will now tie together the clumsy title, Chris Adamo’s “GOP Cannot Coast Into 2010 Elections”, Ken Hughes’ articles advocating a third party, and J.J. Jackson’s “Is Glenn

January 12, 2010

Misunderestimating Terrorists

Al-Qaeda has a new recruiting tool: the weakness of our president. He does not seem to realize his dithering on decisions and dalliances in legal experiments convey an image to enemies bent on our destruction of a leader lacking resolve. …

January 5, 2010

Obama Fails Again

Filed under: Featured Conservative,In The News,War On Terror - 05 Jan 2010

The narcissist-in-chief must be beside himself. Can’t the world’s greatest golfer…uh, messiah….d’oh!…president!…finish a round of golf? First, some emergency-not calls him off the course because of a health problem not in his own family, then this alleged-bomber-alleged-criminal thing interrupts …

December 22, 2009

Spending to Death

To paraphrase the famous quote about the weather, everybody talks about government spending, but nobody does anything about it. Democrats just took some action: they raised the deficit ceiling a trillion bucks or so, then passed a $447 billion dollar …

December 16, 2009

What We Stand For – and What To Do About It

Democrats have complained repeatedly – mantra-like – of the lack of cooperation by the GOP, characterized as “the Party of ‘no’”. The question posed to the GOP is “What do you stand for?”

December 10, 2009

Tiger Woods

Filed under: Featured Conservative,In The News - 10 Dec 2009

There is much ado about something. It looks like the best golfer the world has yet seen has shanked one into a hazard which may be composed of quicksand.

November 15, 2009

Political Correctness Derangement Syndrome

Filed under: Political Correctness Run Amok - 15 Nov 2009

Are you, or anyone you know, plagued by vague feelings of guilt? Have you read or heard opinion pieces on TV news, in newspapers, the internet, that make you feel inadequate? Do these opinions stir deep feelings of anxiety over …

November 3, 2009

Immaturity Part Two

J.J.’s column “I Am an Idiot Because…” included reader e-mails describing the Left’s perception of conservative thinking.

October 30, 2009


The six-year-old Cub Scout that took his camping tool-knife, to his school so he could show it off has been persecuted by his school’s officials. The young man’s statements following the incident indicate qualities of his character those officials do …

October 28, 2009

Statist of Affairs

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 28 Oct 2009

He who pays the piper calls the tune. Accept government (taxpayer) money and elected representatives, claiming to speak for taxpayers, can take it back, regulate salaries, or configure benefits.

October 24, 2009

Think Highly, Act Lowly

When Limbaugh first revealed he was part of a bid for an NFL franchise, my first thought was “how interesting”. The second thought was, “they’ll never let it happen.” They, of course, are the vast Left-wing fascist conspiracy seeking to …

October 19, 2009

Party 2Night

The latest buzz is that Senator John McCain is trying to remake the Republican Party in his image – centrist, accommodating, non-polarizing, but yet true to traditional American values. This apparently is an attempt at political gain – or rid …

October 12, 2009

Open Letter to the Nobel Committee

Dear Sirs:

There is mixed reaction in the United States to your awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to our president, Barack Obama. In your public statements, you indicated the award was as much for intent based on his words and …

October 7, 2009

Pants A-fire

Filed under: Politics In General - 07 Oct 2009

I hope it is not too late in the ongoing overburdened news cycle to express support for Representative Joe Wilson. He is not my district’s rep, but he is from my home state of South Carolina. We would like to …

October 6, 2009

World Stalls Obama Coup

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 06 Oct 2009

Foreign policy is as labyrinthine as the underground of a fire ant mound – only more so. When explained to me, some foreign policy moves or diplomatic language made by nations’ representatives become clear, but I might not have seen …

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