July 6, 2013

The Administration: Scarier Than You Could Imagine

By: Lloyd Marcus

If a tree falls in the woods and no one hears it, does it make a sound? If the Obama Administration breaks the law at will, lies to the American people, uses every government agency at it’s disposal to punish …

Boy that cried Wolf: Or the Handwriting on the Wall?

By: Rev. Bresciani

“In the same hour came forth fingers of a man’s hand, and wrote over against the candlestick upon the plaster of the wall of the king’s palace: and the king saw the part of the hand that wrote.” (Daniel 5: …

Don’t Cry for Me, America

By: Guest Authors

By: Dr. Alejandro A. Chafuen

Editor’s note: This opinion editorial first appeared at Forbes.com.

Many observers have pondered if the United States is following the same troubled path as Argentina. In the 1940s, Argentina’s Juan Domingo Perón used government agencies for political …

Trading liberty for security revisited

By: Robert E. Meyer

It has been years since I received so many inquiries regarding a piece I wrote. The controversy surrounding domestic surveillance abuses has resulted in many people asking whether I still hold the same views now that this alleged scandal has …

July 3, 2013

Rand Sullies Fourth: Paul’s bill is just plain wrong

By: Daniel Clark

Last August, a well-meaning but misguided Spanish artist named Celia Gimenez took it upon herself to restore a mural of Jesus in her church. The tragic result was a figure that more closely resembled Ohio State University mascot Brutus …

Filed under: Constitution & Bill of Rights - 03 Jul 2013

The Gladiator: Sarah Palin We Need You Back in the Arena.

By: Lloyd Marcus

Hello, calling Sarah Palin! Has anyone seen her? Where is she? Has Sarah Palin left the building? Is the Palin magic gone forever? No. The Palin charisma and mass appeal is still alive and well.

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 03 Jul 2013

Views on the News – 6/15/2013

By: David Coughlin

Americans voted twice for a big-government President, and now we’re beginning to experience the impact of big government, and we’re not so sure we like it. It’s been four years of the President and Congress spending future generations into …

Filed under: In The News - 03 Jul 2013

Liberals and conservatives, unite!

By: Matt Barber

More often than not, when someone says, “I hate to say I told you so,” they love to say they told you so. Prepare to have a bucket of gloat dumped on your head.

Still, there are those rare …

An Ideology of Dishonesty and Betrayal

By: Patti Bankson

The president’s chief of staff and two senators went to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, last week. You may, or may not, know the prisoners there have been on strike. The prison holds 166 prisoners, 104 of whom are considered to be …

Filed under: In The News - 03 Jul 2013

America – Fear and the Lord of Misrule

By: Rev. Bresciani

“Fear of man will prove to be a snare, but whoever trusts in the Lord is kept safe.” (Proverbs 29: 25 NIV)

In 1981 Americans elected an actor to be president – times were good. In 2008 we elected a president, …

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 03 Jul 2013

A Perfectly Natural July 4th

By: Dr. Paul Kengor

Will you be celebrating Natural Law this July 4th? You should be. Your Founding Fathers did.

Filed under: History - 03 Jul 2013

Blank Checks

By: Mark Hyman

The NSA domestic spying program targeting virtually all Americans has no equal in US history.

I’€™ll use the case of Kenneth Wright to help explain how this occurred.

Two years ago at 6 am, a SWAT team smashed in the front door …

Filed under: Corruption - 03 Jul 2013

July 2, 2013

What If They Held a Primary and Nobody Came?

By: Michael R. Shannon

The Washington Post finally got its primary and in typical leftist fashion, they approved of the candidate selection method that was both inefficient and cost taxpayers the most. Earlier this year the Posties criticized Republicans for using the convention method …

In Praise of Extremism

By: David Bozeman

The most annoying cliche in American politics has to be that Republicans are (cue the fright music) too extreme. Former Senator Bob Dole, who is so moderate and conciliatory that his two national campaigns (1976 …

Marco Rubio is Dead to Me

By: Selwyn Duke

Young, handsome and Hispanic, Marco Rubio was once hailed as one of the new faces of the Republican Party. But now we learn that he actually brings two new faces to the GOP.

One that says one thing one moment and …

Filed under: Immigration,Politics In General,The Republicans - 02 Jul 2013
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