Protest Political Correctness on July 3, 2013: Announcing Freedom of Conscience Day!
By Kelly OConnell Tuesday, May 7, 2013
The Boston Bomb Massacre has become a cultural watermark for terrorism, self-defense and freedom of speech. Americans are now openly doubting and debating the doctrines and efficacy of the leftist cultural movement called Political Correctness (PC).Benghazi: Will Hillary be charged with obstruction of justice?
By Marinka Peschmann Monday, May 6, 2013
“This singular event,” Benghazi, the terrorist attack in Libya that killed four Americans, Ambassador Christopher Stevens, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty, who worked under contract with the CIA, and Sean Smith, on September 11, 2012, “will be repeated unless the United States recognizes and responds to the threats we face around the world.” So says the 46-page Republican interim Benghazi report that was made public on April 23. In it, as is arguably always the case with the Clintons, we learn that the former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton apparently has obstructed justice—again.Farm Mama
By Jimmy Reed Monday, May 6, 2013
“Son, accept what the Lord gives,” Mama said, as I stared glumly at the plate of food she placed before me.‘El Obamabore The Hypocrite’ comes to “México”
By Judi McLeod Sunday, May 5, 2013
Legions of American soldiers must have turned in their graves when the President of the Unites States of America made a mockery of their sacrifice by throwing in with Mexico yesterday.Unraveling the Benghazi cover-up
By Doug Hagmann Saturday, May 4, 2013
It will be exactly 40 years ago this May 17th that the Senate Watergate Committee, a special, broad committee convened by the United States Senate, began hearings to investigate the Watergate burglaries and a criminal cover-up of those activities. At the epicenter of those hearings was then-President Richard Nixon.
Keep Stone Mountain carving a Confederate Memorial
By Calvin E. Johnson Jr. Friday, May 3, 2013
A young man asked me why do they want to change the carving at Stone Mountain Park?Rotten to the Common Core
By Matt Shipley Thursday, May 2, 2013
Common Core, an education program developed with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to improve academic standards in public schools, will fall far short of its stated objective.
Its promoters tout it to be a “state-led effort to establish a single set of clear educational standards for English-language arts and mathematics…” to provide teachers, parents and students with a set of well defined expectations and “[h]igh standards that are consistent across states…”
Underlying these statements is the proposition public schools are not performing very well or completely failing to educate students to a necessary standard.It’s a Great Day in America
By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Wednesday, May 1, 2013
“It’s a great day in America.” The atheist left is rejoicing that an NBA player is out of the closet and Tim Tebow, “the often-polarizing quarterback,” as the Washington Post describes him, is gone. Sport analysts and other NFL teams did not think he was good enough as a pro quarterback but he was a very popular player. His overt Christianity was offensive and annoying to the liberal PC police.Obama as Messiah—Anointing Oil Included!
By Kelly OConnell Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Recent developments in the American petroleum sector have utterly exposed the rhetorical excesses of Obama, suggesting his speeches are designed towards supporting a certain ideology over known facts. During a period where Barack’s energy policy can be succinctly quoted as, “We can’t drill our way out,” huge advances are being made in stateside production, daily. In fact, America recently passed Saudi Arabia as the world’s #1 petroleum producer. Moreover, the EIA announced the US will be fully energy independent by the year 2035.Bad moon over America
By Doug Hagmann Tuesday, April 30, 2013
As the events in Boston played out over the last two weeks, one facet of this administration’s actions kept troubling me. I couldn’t quite see it through the dense fog of information and accusations at first, but then in the dark of a restless night after my oral surgery a few days ago, I looked skyward and asked God Almighty for some light on the big picture, because I’m a “big picture, bottom line” kind of guy. It seemed that within seconds, the clouds overhead began to break, and out of the darkness rose a full moon. Somehow it seemed like an answer, but how?
Time to Derail the Saudi “Visa Express”
By Clare M. Lopez Monday, April 29, 2013
Preferential, fast-lane treatment for Saudi visa applicants should be considered on a reciprocal basis, with verifiable Saudi progress in stopping funding for Wahhabi-Salafist mosque construction; Salafist and Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated imams; anti-Semitic, anti-Christian and anti-West curriculum materials and jihadi fighters everywhere on Sharia battlefields.The Pressure is Building!
By A.J. Cameron Monday, April 29, 2013
The bombs used by the brothers Tsarnaev for the Boston Marathon bombing appear to be a metaphor for the vast majority of legislation, departmental dictates and judicial rulings being used by politicians and judges to terrorize the American populace.Knowin’ De Lick
By Jimmy Reed Monday, April 29, 2013
During my growing up years, I was a weak, skinny kid, which worried Jaybird, my mentor and best friend. “Someday, you’ll have to fight,” he warned. “But de way you is now, you’ll get de tar beat out o’ you. I gotta teach you de lick.”Marco Rubio: Corrupted by Washington in Only Two Years
By Fred Dardick Sunday, April 28, 2013
It’s hard to believe that Marco Rubio has only been in the Senate since January 2011. With the way he has been going on lately, telling conservatives what a bunch of unenlightened rubes we are for objecting to his immigration reform, you would think he’d been a Senator for 20 years.Leftist Nazis, the Gaystapo, and Islamofascists
By Jim ONeill Friday, April 26, 2013
“One of the ways you control what people think is by creating the illusion that there’s a debate going on, but making sure that that debate stays within very narrow margins. ...you have to make sure that both sides in the debate accept certain assumptions….”—Noam ChomskyPrevious 15 Columns Next 15 Columns