Author: Greg Halvorson



May 12, 2011

The Reagan Legacy: Osama bin Laden dead

Filed under: History - 12 May 2011

Yes, it’s true…. As hard as it is to believe that Barack Obama didn’t single-handedly take out Osama bin Laden between black-tie galas and lining-up putts, there’s another iconic president we should thank: Ronald Reagan.  When the Gipper took office, …

May 8, 2011

Muslim sensitivities? What about AMERICAN sensitivities, Mr. President?

Honestly, I haven’t been this addled since the early morning hours after my first pint of vodka.  But as the O-administration spins, we can at least be confident that it’s clueless to the core.  The decision to not release images …

May 3, 2011

Soldiers Without Boots: defeating the Left through social media

Friends, all of us, in an era of progressive mindlessness, must speak  loudly and often in defense of the truth.  My Facebook page, Soldiers Without Boots, is 100% dedicated to defeating progressives through the use of social media.  Below …

April 30, 2011

Listing of lizard may shut down Texas oil

You can’t make this up.  First, a Spotted Owl destroyed the timber industry of the Pacific Northwest, then a minnow turned the most productive agricultural land in the world into a dustbowl, and now, as energy prices spike and …

April 29, 2011

From Hope and Change to Duck and Hide: Obama swings left

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 29 Apr 2011

Is this guy for real?  The transmogrification of Barack Obama, who when he’s not getting down with Jay-Z is out spewing clap-trap on the Fantasy Tour, has mired him squarely in the political gutter.  Anyone who’s been to the pump …

April 22, 2011

Climate refugees fail to materialize for UN

Question—if an international organization falls in the forest does it make a sound?  File it under “manufactured crisis,” but back in 2005, long before Climate-gate and a succession of brutal winters, the United Nations warned that “catastrophic climate …

April 4, 2011

Prosser vs. Kloppenburg: Wisconsin Supreme Court battle royale

They don’t get much bigger.  On April 5 – this Tuesday – Wisconsinites will go to the polls to determine the balance of the State Supreme Court and, ultimately, the fate of the Wisconsin taxpayer.  Currently, the court breaks 4-3, …

March 31, 2011

Black ignorance and enlightenment: two different worlds

Filed under: Politics In General - 31 Mar 2011

Oy-yoy-yoy, it’s an odd time we live in.  Electing a community organizer to lead the Free World has resulted in what happens when you elect a community organizer to lead the Free World.  And yet swaths of the country don’t …

March 18, 2011

Pelosi and Dems cash-in on Wisconsin

Filed under: The Democrats - 18 Mar 2011

Call me a glutton for punishment, but in order to keep an eye on the moonbat crowd, I receive e-mails from Nancy Pelosi.  Every time there’s a “crisis,” she’s there, cranking the spigot for cash, cash, cash.  When Jared Loughner …

February 26, 2011

Failure to honor Washington: a triumph of the Left

Filed under: In The News - 26 Feb 2011

On this, what would have been George Washington’s 278th birthday, Americans will go about their business, a free people, without acknowledging – nor celebrating – the man whose toil on their behalf was measureless.  I say “free people,” sadly aware …

February 21, 2011

Fighting campus speech-codes with FIRE

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,First Amendment - 21 Feb 2011

Speech-code.  Sounds like something from George Orwell’s pen or a Stephen King tale, but it’s not.  According to Adam Kissel, from the Foundation of Individual Rights in Education, two-thirds of college campuses enforce speech-codes, violating the 1st amendment rights …

February 10, 2011

Message to Congress: Don’t “fix” ObamaCare

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 10 Feb 2011

In the wake of Judge Vinson’s evisceration of ObamaCare, it appears that the plaintiffs – the attorneys general and governors of the 26 states involved in the suit – are recognizing their power.  While the administration pretends nothing happened, they’re …

February 5, 2011

Sorry, Bill Maher, the NFL is not socialist

Bill Maher, the Hollywood Jesus-hater who receives talking points from Playboy Bunnies, is at it again.  In a recent article, he claims that the National Football League owes its success to “socialism,” that it thrives, not because of capitalism …

February 3, 2011

Mike says no to “President Pence”

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 03 Feb 2011

Recently, in a Facebook post, I weighed in to opine on the future of Mike Pence, writing:

January 27, 2011

Olbermann Fired: V-K Day

What a weekend!  There I was, in my ante room, cleaning mud off my cleats, when it came over the wire: the era of Keith Olbermann’s ranting is through.  A tale immediately sprang to mind of how my father had …

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