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The politics of Hurricane Sandy and climate change

The politics of Hurricane Sandy and climate change

| February 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Paul Driessen and Patrick Moffitt In the wake of “Superstorm” Sandy, the political spin and distractions reached hurricane proportions. “It’s global warming, stupid,” declaredBloomberg BusinessWeek after monster winds and waves pounded New York and New Jersey. This storm should “compel all elected leaders to take immediate action” on climate change, New York City Mayor Michael […]

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The Economy is a Lot Worse Than You Think

The Economy is a Lot Worse Than You Think

| February 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

Most Americans know the economy is in bad shape even if a majority voted to reelect the man most responsible for making a bad economy worse. And, no, it was not George W. Bush who is responsible for the 2008 financial crash. It was the government with its housing programs that encouraged giving mortgage loans […]

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It’s STILL AMNESTY!

It’s STILL AMNESTY!

| February 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

It matters not a whit what you call it — it still amounts to amnesty for eleven million illegal aliens in America. This “new” immigration reform from both the US Senate and the US President is utterly ridiculous.  But in the end, it will be rammed down the throats of the American public simply because […]

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Terms of Surrender for Mexico

Terms of Surrender for Mexico

| January 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

Mexican “Deguello,” means NO QUARTER IS GIVEN, but a slit- throat for a defeated vassal. These were the ground rules established by Mexico, during the Mexican War and they remain in force , as that particular war has percolated down through the centuries– since the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo—to be a present scourge on our […]

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Desperately trying to derail Canadian oil sands

| January 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman has approved his state’s portion of the Keystone XL pipeline, explaining that its revised route avoids areas that critics had earlier claimed were environmentally sensitive. The Alberta-to-Texas pipeline would create more than 5,500 Nebraska jobs during its construction period and support 1,000 permanent jobs through 2030. During the project’s lifetime, KXL […]

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Destroying the U.S. Military

| January 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

The author of “1984”, George Orwell, once said, “The quickest way to end a war is to lose it.” In the preamble to the U.S. Constitution, among the priorities listed is to “provide for the common defense” of the nation. After having fought a six-year war during the Revolution and replaced the failed Articles of […]

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BIPARTISANSHIP IS UNAMERICAN

| January 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

I hate to tell you this… but BIPARTISANSHIP is “UNAMERICAN”! Yep! This is a partisan country. Partisans founded it. It was founded because there was a HUGE difference of opinion between the people of the colonies and the King of England. Democracy is “partisan”. It is the nature of our country and the nature of […]

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Two Wrongs ≠ A Right

| January 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

It pains me to criticize Republicans acting aggressively on their own behalf, because lately it’s been rare. Sometimes it appears national GOP leadership would be content to emulate the panda and sit contentedly munching bamboo shoots in a special preserve where one is protected from predators and challengers alike. There is some indignity involved when […]

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Comparing Two Inaugural Speeches, Reagan’s and Obama’s

Comparing Two Inaugural Speeches, Reagan’s and Obama’s

| January 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

A comparison between Ronald Reagan’s and Barack Obama’s first inauguration speeches reveals the gap between their understanding of the role of government and how much America has declined from January 1981 and January 2009. In 1981 Reagan told Americans that “These United States are confronted with an economic affliction of great proportions. We suffer from […]

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Once More Into The Breach!

Once More Into The Breach!

| January 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you have been visiting the moon recently and have been out of touch with the goings on here in America, do not be surprised to learn that Americans are arming themselves to the teeth with any thing that will shoot. Firearms are flying off the shelves of gun shops and being carted off by […]

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Is Your School a Toy Gun-Free Zone?

Is Your School a Toy Gun-Free Zone?

| January 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

In Elmont, Long Island, Police, School Officials and the Media Collaborate to Spread a False Alarm: Nerf Gun Hysteria Caused a Day-Long Lockdown at Elmont Memorial High School. Above and below: Due to reckless behavior by the authorities, 1900 kids missed out on a day’s classes in sex ed, self-esteem ed, multicultural sensitivity, grammar-free English, […]

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The carbon trading money tree

The carbon trading money tree

| January 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Kelvin Kemm If the carbon trading business seems too good to be true, maybe there’s a good reason. The COP-18 environmental conference held in Doha has come and gone. In the wake of high expectations for a successor treaty, the Kyoto Protocol was extended, but only after bitter debate – and several countries have […]

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Obama Flirting With Impeachment

Obama Flirting With Impeachment

| January 17, 2013 | 1 Comment

“Dear Leader” Obama is flirting with Articles of Impeachment.  The power of the Presidential Executive Order is simply not robust enough to amend the constitution.  Look.  The 2nd Amendment is was it is… period.  You want to change it?  The process is simple, but very difficult.  It was meant to be both. You need the […]

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Conservative Pacifists in the Culture War Part 2

| January 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Christ was no doubt on to something when He limited His public ministry to three years. Any longer and a mere human may forget what he said before or, even worse, lose enthusiasm for an earlier message as the culture changes. Which is evidently what happened to the Rev. Louie Giglio. Until recently he was […]

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Who’s afraid of fracking?

Who’s afraid of fracking?

| January 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Deroy Murdock  Federal and state environmental officials have given hydraulic fracturing a clean bill of health. Why do radical environmentalists continue to wage war on this game-changing technology?  If frackophobes are to be believed, natural-gas fracking is the most frightful environmental nightmare since Japan’s Fukushima nuclear-power plant melted down amid an earthquake and tsunami in […]

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