Yomin Postelnik

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[i]Yomin Postelnik is a noted conservative writer and political strategist for many conservative federal and state campaigns as well as the author of a Financial Literacy program for at-risk teens.[/i]

Most Recent Articles by Yomin Postelnik:

O’Donnell Was Factually Right, Coons and Widener Law Students Were Shockingly Foolish

Oct 20, 2010 — Yomin Postelnik

The First Amendment establishes that Congress shall declare no official nationwide religion.  The First Amendment does not ban the mention of religion in public.  In fact, it protects same.  While far left radicals like Chris Coons may wish to knowingly distort or ignore this fact of American history, it is as shocking as it is sad that the entire student body of a supposedly “prestigious” law school seemed to be equally ignorant and/or oblivious to our founding principles.

Democrat Congressman Threatens Opponent’s Life, Again

Oct 12, 2010 — Yomin Postelnik

This Sunday, at a retirement home in Belle Glade, Florida, a United States congressman threatened the life of his opponent in front of an entire group of senior citizens.  For those familiar with the entitlement mentality that has so sullied the left, the party of the esteemed Congressman can be left without saying.  For all others, I’ve included it in the title.

The High-Tech Lynching of Commissioner Keith Wasserstrom

Sep 5, 2010 — Yomin Postelnik

When a prosecutor calls the charges levied against a conservative commissioner in a liberal county “novel,” you know that justice has run amok.  But the extent of the miscarriage of justice in the Keith Wasserstrom case goes well beyond that definition.

Rick Scott’s Best Picks for Lieutenant Governor

Aug 31, 2010 — Yomin Postelnik

In my last column, I wrote about the national importance of keeping the Florida governorship in Republican hands during this redistricting term.  The makeup of three or four US House seats are possibly at stake, which may at one point be enough to swing control of the chamber.

Major Corporations and Alberta’s Environmentalism

Aug 17, 2010 — Yomin Postelnik

William Walter Kay, Ecofascism.com
The Environmental Movement in Alberta Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI | Part VII | Conclusion

Businesses support environmentalism in varying degrees and for various reasons. Certain chemical companies and manufacturers are highly supportive of environmentalism, but such firms do not figure prominently in Alberta. Corporations with a presence in Alberta like Mountain Equipment Co-op and Waste Management Inc have obvious material stakes in environmentalism. The main corporate supporters of environmentalism in Alberta are big oil and gas companies.

Tom Garcia, America’s Most Needed Man in Congress

Aug 5, 2010 — Yomin Postelnik

Florida is set to deliver a number of true conservatives to Congress and to take back two, three or even more seats from the Democrats.  If Republicans regain the House, as we are poised to do, Florida will have a key role in that effort.  But of all our great candidates, not only in Florida, but anywhere in the nation, Tom Garcia in the crucial FL-24 race stands out above the crowd.

Offshore Drilling and Our Future vs. Charlie Crist

Jul 18, 2010 — Yomin Postelnik

Charlie Crist has called for a special session to ban offshore drilling. Many right thinking people see this pure politicization of an issue that should be handled with common sense, but are loathe to speak out for fear of a public backlash.

General McChrystal Vs. General Biden?

Jun 24, 2010 — Yomin Postelnik

When the actions of the federal government directly affect the economic well being of Americans in every state, their quality of life or their national security, it is the job of local leaders to speak up and to propose sound solutions.  This is especially true in the face of one of the most out of control administrations that our nation has ever seen, one that has jeopardized both our economy and America’s national security as no administration ever has before.

Fairness for Sholom Rubashkin

Jun 18, 2010 — Yomin Postelnik

In one of the most moving speeches I’ve ever heard, the son of a man of faith and of exceptional good deeds, relayed how his father was convicted in one of the most surreal cases of prosecutorial overkill, conducted after a media onslaught started by far left groups in the Midwest.  The case of Sholom Rubashkin is indeed as shocking as it is outrageous, and hearing from an attorney involved in the case, as well as his son, was a grieving experience that should motivate all who care to action.

Flood Charlie Crist’s Lines on Abortion Bill

Jun 9, 2010 — Yomin Postelnik

It is disheartening, dishonest and unethical when a politician claims to be one thing on a matter that is dear to the hearts of voters, and then acts in another way once given the opportunity to legislate.

On the Suspension of Two Teachers and Atheism in the Classroom

May 27, 2010 — Yomin Postelnik

This week, two high school teachers in South Florida were suspended from their classrooms pending investigation. Another teacher who had preached atheist beliefs to their students claimed that she had been “sprinkled with holy water” in reaction to her preaching. Several students who were witness to the events deny that any physical contact took place and stated that the only mention of “holy water” was done in a mocking context, in response to the atheistic teacher’s over the top rhetoric. The atheistic teacher knew that the mere allegation of impropriety would be enough to suspend the involved teachers and this seems to be the reason for her complaint.

Lessons from Arlen Specter and Charlie Crist

May 23, 2010 — Yomin Postelnik

One thing that people on both sides of the political debate can agree on is the need for sincerity in public service.  The staunchest advocate of one philosophy respects the integrity and forthrightness of those who sincerely advocate for a contrasting point of view, if only they do so without a side agenda.

State Legislatures Must Censure Obama, While Standing With America and Its Allies

Apr 21, 2010 — Yomin Postelnik

The Obama administration’s foreign policy is appalling, and it is now the duty of whoever stands for elective office to speak out about it.  We as a state can initiate trade agreements with our allies.  We can pass resolutions condemning a shameful administration that apologizes for American heroism while defaming its staunchest allies.