Author: Leigh Patrick Sullivan

Profile: The Moderate Separatist


June 4, 2009

Obama Fiddles While Rockets Burn

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 04 Jun 2009

By God, I almost feel sorry for him.

I can’t help but picture President Obama sitting behind the desk in the Oval Office, pondering every conceivable way he could possibly think of to get out of the jam he’s found himself …

June 2, 2009

Another Nutty Professor

As we sink deeper into Chains We Can Believe In, it is rather surprising to still be hearing of an old and stale fad that must certainly be past its prime: the anti-Bush protest. Perhaps our American friends have …

February 5, 2009

Will NAFTA Survive Obama?

Oh, to be a fly on the wall on February 19th.

U.S. President Barack Obama will follow custom and make his first official international trip as American leader to Canada to meet with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

January 12, 2009

Running a P.C. War

Canadians who are part of the anti-war crowd (also known as ‘the unemployed’) have been ripping into the latest incident in Afghanistan like a pit bull into a toy poodle. Not content to just limit their embarrassing comments to …

November 11, 2008

The Next Gipper

As we find ourselves in the midst of the transfer process, moving from the era of Dubya to Obama-nation, the inevitable healing process is underway over in the GOP camp.

September 17, 2008

Teflon Sarah

Filed under: Politics In General,The Republicans - 17 Sep 2008

I can see it: Obama-ites and other various leftwing politicos around the nation gathered in their brainstorming groups, frantically trying to formulate their next attack on Sarah Palins character. Coffee downed by the pot load (or pot downed by the …

August 16, 2008

It’s Cold Again In Moscow

It isn’t as if we didn’t see this coming. The recent aggression/invasion by Russia into the independent state of Georgia is just the latest glaring piece of evidence that, if newly-minted President Medvedev and his puppet master, previous President …

July 27, 2008

Canada’s Terrorism Litmus Test

Media north of the 49th parallel is all abuzz over alleged terrorist and Canadian citizen Omar Khadr, who is being held at Gitmo, Guantanamo Bay. The son of Egyptian and Palestinian parents who raised their son on a steady …

June 21, 2008

My Conversation with bin Laden

Filed under: War On Terror - 21 Jun 2008

It began with an anonymous message, a note delivered by someone unknown. Several weeks and emails confirmed the authenticity. Now, here I was in the back of a beat-up car, blind-folded with a black fabric hood over my head, dust …

April 10, 2008

Solution to Radical Islam Found in Unlikely Source

Filed under: War On Terror - 10 Apr 2008

Canada’s months-long plea to its fellow NATO nations for increased military support in Afghanistan has finally been answered by the Frenc-whoops! Nope, not them. As of this writing, they changed their mind (chickened out?) at the last minute …

March 26, 2008

Same Old China

The Chinese crackdown in Tibet, the mobilization of Chinese troops against the independence-loving Tibetan people, cannot be categorized as shocking. We have known since the Dali Lama fled in exile some 50 years ago that this was inevitable.

January 4, 2008

Pakistan Now Lost

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 04 Jan 2008

The assassination of Pakistani political leader Benazir Bhutto, which is just the latest in a series of global terror attacks, can be called many things – shocking, horrible, a loss for democracy, a strike for the Islamofascists – but it …

November 13, 2007

Duncan Hunter a Definite Maybe

Trying to choose a favorite in the Republican race for the presidential nomination brass ring has been an interesting experience. While the Democrat campaign has become so morbidly boring that you actually have to remind yourself to pay attention (or, …

October 18, 2007

The Frustration of a Canadian Conservative

Filed under: Politics In General - 18 Oct 2007

One of the many benefits of being a conservative as opposed to a liberal is that we never have any shame about self-criticizing our own party. Being naturally opinionated, conservatives won’t hesitate to call out one of our own for …

September 23, 2007

A Chat With JFK

Filed under: War On Terror - 23 Sep 2007

The last thing I remember is falling backwards. I had been hanging a picture on the wall when, as I recall, the footstool gave way and I nailed the back of my head on the table. Somehow, I end up …

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