Author: Erik Rush



October 29, 2008

Joy Behar is a Fat, Stupid Commie

“He’s a terrorist. Rush Limbaugh is a terrorist. You heard it here, ladies and gentlemen.” – Joy Behar on The View, October 22, 2008. I thought it would be appropriate to include an example of the ridiculous (hence …

October 3, 2008

No Shame, No Blame

If my checking account goes into overdraft to a dramatic degree, obviously my bank would hear nothing of coming to the rescue with funds not only to ameliorate the overdraft, but to get me on my feet again. The same …

September 27, 2008

Black White Trash

Two weeks ago, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation published a piece by Toronto writer Heather Mallick that sprayed far Left elitism like blood from a cleanly-severed carotid artery. In it, she described supporters of Republican vice-Presidential nominee Sarah Palin as “white …

September 11, 2008

Already a Hero

“This pioneering Alaskan may just be the one to lead her party out of the wilderness.” – Investor’s Business Daily on Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin, September 4, 2008 And indeed she might be.

August 21, 2008

Pimp this, Senator Obama

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Featured Conservative - 21 Aug 2008

One of the fundamental (though perhaps not prioritized) questions people ask pertaining to presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama is that of what his ideas are for improving the lot of black Americans. Whether or not he feels a special affinity …

July 21, 2008

Jackson and Obama: Unfortunate Words?

I try to avoid making commentary out of commentaries of news items. I also try to avoid using the word “I” in my columns overmuch, but the reader shall see how that worked out. This is actually a commentary on …

July 6, 2008

Upchuck City

No, this is not a review of an upcoming Spike Lee film; rather, the title of this offering is a reference to what the town of Unity, N.H. became on Friday June 27, when Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama, …

June 29, 2008

Pond Scum for Obama

In my local syndicated newspaper the other day, there was an article featuring a forum hosted by a nearby university for black high school seniors in the region. The annual event was calculated to inform and inspire the students regarding …

June 24, 2008

So Stuck on Stupid

Whether one attributes the success of Democrat presidential nominee Barack Obama to savvy maneuvering on the part of the Democratic National Committee and the Obama campaign, Republican ineptitude, a biased press or the influence of shadow governments, in the end …

June 14, 2008

Where No Enemy Has Gone Before

There’s an axiom in Recovery (as in from addiction) circles which asserts that addictions are but symptoms of deeper emotional or psychological problems. Leaving aside the debate as to whether this holds water, I submit that the tremendous success of …

June 6, 2008

Psycho Pastor or Killer Clown?

It’s official: The “pastor issue” as regards the campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is old hat. Why? Because it’s not about radical pastors anyway, and never was; it’s an issue of whether or not it is plausible that …

June 2, 2008

Obama and the Religion of Race War

Barack Obama must be called to renounce Black Liberation Theology. Can an American be compelled to renounce their religion, a freedom guaranteed by the Constitution and one which has been so dearly held by Americans for over 200 years? No, …

May 23, 2008

Right to Religious Expression Depends on Color

As if the Reverend Wright issue and double standard of Democrat presidential just-about nominee Senator Barack Obama’s seeming imperviousness as far as the press and likely voters go weren’t odious enough, the candidate is now employing campaign materials focusing on …

May 20, 2008

Black Liberation Theology: The Enemy Within

Sincere apologies from this columnist to those sufficiently sick of the Barack Obama/Rev. Jeremiah Wright story that they are a hair’s breadth from an uncontrollable fit of projectile vomiting. On March 1, 2007, when Rev. Wright blasted me, Sean …

May 2, 2008

Symbiosis: Rev. Wright and the Subversive Media

There’s not much point left to arguing whether the provocative vitriol purveyed by Trinity United Church’s former pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright in his sermons was warranted, understandable, excusable or in any way accurate. This columnist and an increasing number of …

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