Archive for December, 2010

Help “Public” Broadcasting Kick the Habit

| December 31, 2010 | 0 Comments
Help “Public” Broadcasting Kick the Habit

obama-nprUnfortunately it’s hard giving up your dependence on the kindness of strangers. Fearing Gov. McDonnell’s idea may go national, a group of ‘public’ radio and TV stations have launched a new website that sings the praises of living large on taxpayer dollars. The site is called 170millionamericans.org and refers to the estimated number of people who “interact” with ‘public’ broadcasting each month.

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Bipartisanship Must Be Left At The Door

| December 31, 2010 | 0 Comments
Bipartisanship Must Be Left At The Door

bipartisanship2We conservatives must be prepared for the onslaught of vile propaganda unleashed on their efforts to rescue America. The Mainstream Media, which is totally immersed in the agenda of the liberal-socialist democrats, will ride to the rescue of Obama and his socialist agenda. It has already begun. They currently sing his praises as the “come-back-kid” after his mediocre successes in the lame duck session of Congress.

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Death Panels?? What Death Panels?

| December 29, 2010 | 1 Comment
Death Panels?? What Death Panels?

obama-death-panelsObama is a fast learner. He has learned, since November 2nd, that he must hide his machinations from the new republican led House of Representatives. He is going to rely on his Czars and his regulatory agencies to pass into law the control over US citizens necessary to “fundamentally transform” (Obama’s words) America into the socialist utopia he dreams about.

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Nullification in 2011!

| December 29, 2010 | 0 Comments
Nullification in 2011!

obama-care-nullificationThe great issue of our times is the same great issue of the 1830s. The question is whether Congress can pass legislation or the President issue executive orders that are not authorized by or consistent with the Constitution?

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The Cancun climate con

| December 28, 2010 | 0 Comments
The Cancun climate con

cfactBy Duggan Flanakin
As Viscount Christopher Monckton has accurately noted, the entire UN IPCC process is a “monstrous transfer of power from once-proud, once-sovereign, once-democratic nations” … to the corrupt, unelected Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

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Making Predictions for 2011

| December 26, 2010 | 0 Comments
Making Predictions for 2011

2011In ancient times a soothsayer could make a good living divining the meaning of chicken bones and shiny pebbles. The modern version is usually some journalist who, looking back over his shoulder, decides he can predict the future.

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The Cathedral of Can’t We All Get Along?

| December 26, 2010 | 0 Comments

From the reporter’s viewpoint, hiring Muslim chaplains at a Catholic university is a good thing: One pre–modern superstition accommodating another. What could be better? Unless, of course, some fanatic wants an Ishmael and the manger scene on the quad at Christmas.

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Will GOP Led House Overturn FCC’s Power Grab Of The Internet?

| December 26, 2010 | 0 Comments
Will GOP Led House Overturn FCC’s Power Grab Of The Internet?

fccThe fact that it is NOT LEGAL would stop most agencies from boldly forging ahead with plans to grab as much power as is possible for an already near omnipotent government that is out of control and bordering on tyranny.

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Speak Any English Lately?

| December 26, 2010 | 0 Comments
Speak Any English Lately?

english-onlyThe natural trajectory of a standard Miguel Perez article is based on the supposition that the befuddled Gringo will now sheepishly admit that he owes a debt of gratitude to the Mexican interloper for “America’s Hispanic heritage.” “ Muchas Gracias, ‘amigo!’”

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Sundown at Coffin Rock

| December 24, 2010 | 1 Comment
Sundown at Coffin Rock

By Raymond K. Paden
The old man walked slowly through the dry, fallen leaves of autumn, his practiced eye automatically choosing the bare and stony places in the trail for his feet. There was scarcely a sound as he passed, though his left knee was stiff with scar tissue. He grunted occasionally as the tight sinews pulled. Damn chainsaw, he thought.

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