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Playing God with “Endangered” Species

| August 31, 2008 | 0 Comments
Playing God with “Endangered” Species

In mid-August Barack Obama had this to say about a White House decision regarding the Endangered Species Act: “After over 30 years of successfully protecting our nation’s most endangered wildlife like the bald eagle, we should be looking for ways to improve it, not weaken it.”

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Critical thinkers vs. Kool-Aid drinkers

| August 30, 2008 | 0 Comments
Critical thinkers vs. Kool-Aid drinkers

While watching small clips of the Democrats’ national convention this week, I was struck by the audience and its reaction to the utter propaganda it was exposed to. Yet, like cult members brainwashed and transfixed by the words of their “leader,” audience members robotically accepted the doublespeak, no matter how utopian and outrageous, with repeated and exultant ovations.

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Teach Your Children to Defend Themselves!

| August 29, 2008 | 0 Comments

For the first 12 or 13 years of my life I grew up in a “Mill Village” on what was known in my neck of the woods as a “Mill Hill”. There were street toughs all over the place there. Street gangs, too. I got kicked around a bit and I learned to fight, even when the odds were overwhelming and I had no chance of winning. Like the time a street gang of seven older kids decided they were going to beat the tar out of me. I told them there were not enough of them. I have always been terrible at math! Turns out there were more than enough of them to do the job. When the dust settled, and the gang had left, to seek other prey, I was unable to even stand and had to crawl away.

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Some Speeches are Better Than Others

| August 29, 2008 | 0 Comments

Some speeches are better than others. Sen. Barack Obama knows how to deliver a speech, but his acceptance speech was familiar stuff to anyone who has been listening to politicians as long as I have. Permit me a bit of cynicism because sometimes it allows you to separate the wheat from the chaff.

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Heresy in Denver

| August 28, 2008 | 0 Comments
Heresy in Denver

As I watched the Democratic convention this past week, I also was listening to my favorite radio talk-show host, that fabulous iconoclast and conservative intellectual, Dr. Michael Savage. Admittedly, the news coverage in my view was monolith and unremarkable. I considered the entire event a garish spectacle of nothingness. When I could take no more doublespeak, the commercials were over and I returned to listening to Michael Savage.

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Joe Biden, the Expert on Iran?

| August 28, 2008 | 0 Comments
Joe Biden, the Expert on Iran?

We are coming to understand why the Iranians would be more than pleased with Joe Biden as the Vice President of the United States.
Michael Rubin, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and a senior lecturer at the Naval Postgraduate School, has written an article titled: “Biden’s Blink on Iran” which was published by The Washington Post. In the article Rubin says: “As chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Biden is well versed in policy debates and carefully choreographed trips.

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The Temple of Obama

| August 27, 2008 | 0 Comments
The Temple of Obama

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Hitler's ideology 'right-wing'?

| August 26, 2008 | 0 Comments
Hitler's ideology 'right-wing'?

Mein KampfToday’s column will end my extended book review of Dr. Benjamin Wiker’s useful opus, “10 Books that Screwed up the World and 5 others that didn’t Help” (Regnery, 2008). My critique will be on the German leader Adolf Hitler’s treatise, “Mein Kampf,” a two-volumne book published in 1925 and 1926 that unfies elements of autobiography with an exposition of Hitler’s National Socialist political ideology.

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Obama: The Peoples Commissar

| August 25, 2008 | 0 Comments
Obama: The Peoples Commissar

( From Rush Limbaugh )

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It is Obama and (O)Biden!

| August 25, 2008 | 0 Comments

Of all the bad choices Obama could have made, for a Vice-Presidential running mate, as we expected, he made the worst choice. Joe Biden is a Northeastern Liberal. So now the Democrat ticket has a Chicago liberal and a Northeastern liberal. I suppose that is what passes for “balance” on a democrat ticket… do you suppose? The support Obama had in the Southland, and much of the West, is certainly now in question. As a Southerner, I can tell you it did not help Obama’s chances down here and may very well hurt him, badly.

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The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy

| August 24, 2008 | 0 Comments
The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy

As a dues-paying member of Hillary Clinton’s Vast Right Wing Conspiracy, it came as a revelation of sorts to learn about the parallel universe in which a Vast Left Wing Conspiracy exists. Within it, liberals do endless battle with one another for control of the Democrat Party.

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Fred Phelps' Cult Veers Into Further Irrationality

| August 24, 2008 | 0 Comments
Fred Phelps' Cult Veers Into Further Irrationality

Jael Phelps picketing Trinity Episcopal Church...To those of us whose vocations consist largely of commenting on the momentous trends and events going on all around us, it can be easy to fall for the delusion that ultimately the world itself orbits those of us observing it.

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The Coming Fascist State

| August 24, 2008 | 0 Comments
The Coming Fascist State

If the government gets into the business of regulating and controlling carbon emissions it will be an unparalleled concentration of power far exceeding the New Deal under Roosevelt. The government will be in complete control over what businesses and average citizens consume and produce.

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Will America Survive Without Her Families?

| August 23, 2008 | 1 Comment
Will America Survive Without Her Families?

What has happened to the American family? It doesn’t exist, anymore. Oh, we have something we like to call “family”, often times living beneath the same roof, but it’s not family… not in the true sense of the word.

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Rev. Emmeran M. Bliemel—Hero of Battle of Jonesboro

| August 22, 2008 | 0 Comments

The following is dedicated to the unsung heroism of America ’s Military Chaplains.
European, African, Asian, American Indian, German, Hispanic and Jewish American, men and women, helped make this nation great. Please share this story about a German-American who, with no thought for his personal safety, saw to the spiritual needs of his fellow soldiers.

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