Author: Thomas Lindaman



July 21, 2007

In All Fairness

There are a lot of things out there that have the potential to bring down this great nation of ours. International terrorism. A weak dollar on the international market. The Spice Girls getting back together. At times like these, we …

July 5, 2007

Pained by Numbers

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 05 Jul 2007

If you’ve been watching the media lately (and I know you have been because I’ve put little cameras in your living room), you’ve heard a lot about President Bush’s approval ratings being in the 20-30% range for a while now. …

June 21, 2007

Jose, Can You See?

Filed under: Immigration - 21 Jun 2007

Immigration, legal and otherwise, is full of inconsistencies and utter insanity to anyone who bothers to look beyond the surface. In other words, immigration is like Dennis Kucinich. Then again, that may be cruel. Immigration laws make more sense than …

June 6, 2007

I’m Not Apathetic. I Just Don’t Give a Damn

Before I write a piece like the one you’re reading now, I try to look at the news to figure out what topics might have the potential to be a full column. Scanning the Drudge Report at work (because I …

May 20, 2007

The Debates Should Be Over

Filed under: The Democrats,The Republicans - 20 May 2007

The 2008 Election isn’t for another year or so, but you couldn’t tell it by watching the potential candidates. First, Democrats raised a stink about Fox News offering to host a Democrat debate because, according to John “Don’t Hate Me …

April 6, 2007

Tax In-Senate-ty: Taking Democrats to task on taxes

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Taxes & Taxation - 06 Apr 2007

Senate Democrats recently unveiled their budget proposal, the first one they’ve written as the majority party in 13 years. After months of campaigning about how they were going to “roll back the Bush tax cuts” and “restore fiscal responsibility,” there …

March 17, 2007

The Genealogy of American Liberal-Progressive Gnosticism

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 17 Mar 2007

American liberal-socialism is the gnostic descendant of the French Revolution and its Reign of Terror. The genealogical connection begins with Henri de Saint-Simon, the French intellectual who codified the doctrine of socialism in the first decades of the 1800s, shortly …

March 6, 2007

It’s 10:00. Do You Know Where Your Congressmen Are?

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 06 Mar 2007

One of my favorite talk radio hosts is Glenn Beck. On a recent show, he expressed his frustration at Congress and said that no one can understand Congress. Given the fact that Congress employs a lot of people who would …

February 22, 2007

Take This Job and Shove It

I will not seek the Presidency in 2008. By the way, that sound you hear is a collective “Whew!” coming up from around the world. Sure, I have more charisma and common sense than Joe Biden and I’ve done …

February 8, 2007

My State of the Union Address

Filed under: Politics In General - 08 Feb 2007

My fellow Americans, I come before you today (or tonight, depending on when you read this) to talk to you about the state of the United States. Sure, President Bush beat me to it, but hey, he’s the President and …

January 20, 2007

Don’t Just Stand There! Do Nothing!

On January 4th, Democrats took control of the House of Representatives and tenuous control of the Senate. With the change of power comes the possibility of something big government types dread.

January 6, 2007

New Year’s Resolutions for Other People – The 2007 edition

Filed under: Potpourri - 06 Jan 2007

Well, it’s that time of year again when people decide to make major life changes because it’s the beginning of a new year. Some people resolve to lose weight. Others resolve to stop smoking. Still others resolve to stop looking …

December 21, 2006

How a Grinch Saved Christmas

Then we have to go to the mall. That’s when things get dicey. Sure, we may sing “Peace on Earth, good will towards men,” but that’s before we have to spend the better part of an hour walking from the …

December 4, 2006

Don’t Bolt on Bolton

Filed under: The United Nations,War On Terror - 04 Dec 2006

More than a few Republicans were sweating out Election Day 2006, but one of them had to be U. N. Ambassador John Bolton. Remember, he got the job when President Bush made a recess appointment to put him in the …

November 27, 2006

Truth vs Moral Relativism

The liberal media denounce Pope Benedict’s adherence to Biblical and historical truth as rigidity. They want pragmatism and flexibility, which amounts to moral relativism. Pope Benedict and Christianity stand accused of “divisiveness.” Liberals, along with Muslims, denounced the …

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