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Libyan Rebels Advancing — to the REAR!

| March 31, 2011 | 0 Comments
Libyan Rebels Advancing — to the REAR!

lybian-rebels-retreatby J. D. Longstreet
The commentator from the left proclaimed the rebels were winning and she was interrupted by the commentator from the right who asked the piercing question: If they are winning why are they going in the wrong direction? He went on to say the rebels were going east while Gaddafi and his troops were in the west.

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What really threatens our future?

| March 31, 2011 | 0 Comments
What really threatens our future?

climate-naziesBy Willie Soon and Barun Mitra
The real sustainability challenge and threat concerns government intervention in the name of “sustainability,” because it is political and bureaucratic intervention that reduces the availability, reliability and affordability of energy. The real sustainability challenge is also about overcoming the forces of nature, via with ever stronger energy infrastructure around the world. That is a job for capitalism, not central planning.

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Welcome to the Worldwide White Backlash!

| March 31, 2011 | 0 Comments
Welcome to the Worldwide White Backlash!

plains-indianBy Thor H. Asgardson
The American people, who are rapidly losing self-determination in their own homeland are not concerned with the so-called “civil rights” of Mexican nationals, who feel self-entitled to use the designation of an American minority, when they are clearly not one. This is nothing more than a strategy of the Mexican occupation army in this Second Mexican War.

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Obama Answers to the UN — NOT Congress

| March 30, 2011 | 1 Comment
Obama Answers to the UN — NOT Congress

obama-shreads-constitutionby J. D. Longstreet
This time, however, Obama really rubbed Congress’ collective nose in it. By approaching a would-be world governing body, hat in hand, to ask permission for the greatest military power the world has ever seen, to swat another Middle Eastern fly, was not only humiliating to the American people, it also put the Congress in it’s place which is a notch BELOW the United Nations.

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The Big BPA Lie – The BPA File, Part Three

| March 30, 2011 | 0 Comments
The Big BPA Lie – The BPA File, Part Three

000-caruba-3-30By Alan Caruba
The anti-BPA scare campaign is patterned on the anti-Alar campaign and a further link is found in the fact that two of Fenton’s longtime clients, the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Environmental Working Group are leaders in the anti-BPA campaign. Moreover, BornFree, a company that specializes in products that do not contain BPA, is also a Fenton client.

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And the beat-down goes on

| March 30, 2011 | 0 Comments
And the beat-down goes on

epa-evilBy Paul Driessen
The beat-down of hydrocarbon energy goes on. Oil, gas and coal provide 85% of the energy that keeps America humming, but the administration is doing all it can to take it out of our mix. American voters, consumers and workers may want more drilling, mining and use of hydrocarbons, to get the economy going again. But the administration has a different agenda.

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Really? Libya? WHY?

| March 30, 2011 | 2 Comments
Really? Libya? WHY?

obama-warIn his first 2 years in office, Barack Obama’s policies toward the Islamic World (and, concurrently toward our allies) have caused a lot of head scratching! It would be a lengthy and distracting tangent to pursue his history in this regard here. Suffice it to say that there are many examples where his foreign policy has been either incoherent or antithetical to our historical understanding of friend and foe.

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America’s Most Unpopular War in Forty Years

| March 27, 2011 | 0 Comments
America’s Most Unpopular War in Forty Years

lybian-warObama is supposedly a well-read man. I don’t know how much of the Bible he has read or how much of it he believes. I must tell you, as a southerner, I was reared in a home where the Bible was revered, read, discussed, and committed to memory. I distinctly remember God’s promise to Abraham: “I will bless those who bless you and I will curse those who curse you.”

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Against All Energy Anywhere

| March 27, 2011 | 0 Comments
Against All Energy Anywhere

light-mapBy Alan Caruba
Dedicated Greens don’t really like any kind of energy whether it is nuclear, provided by burning coal, from natural gas, oil or from hydropower. They think that wind power is trouble-free and cost effective when it is neither. They feel the same way about solar power. Both are deemed acceptable because they don’t “emit” anything.

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Pennsylvania Governor Places Communal Glory Over Individual Worth

| March 27, 2011 | 0 Comments
Pennsylvania Governor Places Communal Glory Over Individual Worth

slipping-on-iceby Frederick Meekins

In his comments regarding the cancellation of a football game, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell actually let slip the contempt he feels towards the citizens of the United States in general and the people of the Keystone State in particular.

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Political Cartography for Dummies

| March 27, 2011 | 0 Comments
Political Cartography for Dummies

rediscritingBy Michael R. Shannon
One of the methods Egypt’s former strongman, Hosni Mubarak, employed to stay in power — aside from torture, summary executions and defriending on Facebook — was denying the opposition access to the ballot. If you were a threat to either win the election or allow voters to express dissatisfaction with the regime, your name was not listed.

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A World in Disarray

| March 24, 2011 | 1 Comment
A World in Disarray

000-caruba-3-24By Alan Caruba
Trying to bring about a League of Nations after World War One virtually killed President Woodrow Wilson who suffered a massive stroke, but liberals have always been entranced with the notion that an international organization would bring an end to war. Until, that is, World War Two.

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Nuclear safety: Reactors that can’t melt down

| March 24, 2011 | 0 Comments
Nuclear safety: Reactors that can’t melt down

nuclear-powerBy Kelvin Kemm
The recent tragic events in Japan have brought the issue of nuclear energy to the forefront of public discussion. While some have exploited the tragedy to advance anti-nuclear policies, others have tried to defend this important energy source on the grounds of its importance to our economy and standard of living.

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The Obama Doctrine: Don’t lead … At Any Cost

| March 24, 2011 | 0 Comments
The Obama Doctrine: Don’t lead … At Any Cost

obama-asleepBy J. D. Longstreet
As America’s regal eagle, King Obama resembles Denmark’s overly sensitive prince, Hamlet, in so many ways. Obama never seems quite able to make up his mind. He pines away in the shadow of such great presidents a Ronald Reagan, Teddy Roosevelt, James Monroe, et al.

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Obama, As Red as It Gets

| March 20, 2011 | 0 Comments
Obama, As Red as It Gets

obama-commieFrom the days of Harry Truman who discovered that Franklin Roosevelt had given the Soviets Eastern Europe at the WWII Yalta Conference, American presidents have steadfastly done what they believed was required to keep Communism “contained.”; some more successfully than others.

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