From its earliest days, even before the Revolution, Americans valued their newspapers and understood they played a crucial role in the issues and events of the times in which they lived. It would take a while, however, before newspapers evolved from highly partisan advocates of the early political factions to their role as watchdogs of [...]
Archive for December, 2009
The Boxer-White House effort makes the Watergate cover-up and obstruction of justice look like a juvenile prank. It’s paving the way for cap-tax-and-trade laws that would nationalize the entire US economy – by the same divisive, dictatorial elements that are nationalizing our banking and healthcare systems. They understand, even if the general populace still does not, that by controlling carbon they will control our lives.
It is one thing to judge, and another to excuse. The Manhattan Declaration does neither. I found this to be a rather profound statement by a large number of Christian leaders taking a stand for the foundations of civilization, the family, and the sanctity of human life.
There is only one way to prevent those attacks: clip their wings; prevent Muslims from entering this country by air. After they switch to blowing up cruise liners, perhaps our government will wise up enough to bar their entry completely. This is common sense, not rocket science.
A new study by the RAND – Arroyo Center looks at the need for a Special Police Force to be funded by the American people for either foreign or domestic policing in the event of large-scale critical situations.
Virginia is still digging out from a blizzard that brought the most snow in December since 1932. And what exquisite timing! Just as Obama returns from the “global warming” whine–fest in Copenhagen he’s forced to drive back to the White House, because Marine One can’t fly in the storm.
The Last time Americans were this mad, they were colonists and the government, to which they were tethered, was across the Atlantic, in England, and paid no mind to the “bitching” Americans. Today the government is in Washington, DC. Little else has changed!
What I do have a problem with is people stretching to the most preposterous lengths of PC-inclusiveness during the Christmas season. Like, I am talking; Obamanation Japanese Emperor bow-type stretching. I have a problem with people that are disgusted by the mere word Christmas.