October, 2009

Bachmann issues a Call for Action

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Congresswoman Michele Bachmann has issued a call for action for the American public to look their congresscritters (my word) in the eye and let them know the takeover of our health care system is NOT an option!

By Guest Column - Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story

Passive Canadians are losing their Freedom

When you see the type of intrusion and attack on Canadian rights and freedoms by our own government that we are experiencing daily, I can’t help but wonder if our military is fighting in vain.  The young men and women that have been carried down the Highway of Heroes the past few years have made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our Rights and Freedoms.

By Guest Column Bob Mackie- Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story

The Swine Flu Democrats (Gitmo Edition)

Last week, President Obama declared a national emergency because of the H1N1 virus. What had been a matter of concern, was elevated, in the minds of many, to something that is cause for panic. Citizens across the country have spent hours trying to schedule an appointment for a vaccination. Others have waited in long lines in order to get a shot.

By News on the Net - Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story

Democrat Leader Convicted of Fraud

In yet another case of political misconduct in New Jersey, a federal jury convicted former Bergen County Democratic Organization chairman Joseph Ferriero of conspiracy and mail fraud in connection with a scheme to defraud Bergenfield of the honest services of its borough attorney Dennis Oury, according to a report obtained by the National Association of Chiefs of Police’s Fraud & White Collar Crime Committee.

By Jim Kouri - Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story

Every Day is Groundhog Day in the Middle East

In the movie, “Groundhog Day”, the main character wakes up day after day, trapped in the same events, desperately looking for a way out of that living nightmare. It’s a very good metaphor for the Middle East.

By Alan Caruba - Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story

Are You Sustainable?

Sustainable Development is a framework of thought to “save our planet” by harmonizing eco-systems with industry and population. In its most modern iteration (inasmuch it has been around a long time), it is the outcome of the Earth Summit, and is organized around “climate change”, man’s impact on environmental resources and the organic biosphere we live within.

By Guest Column Savant Noir- Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story

How Should Christians React?

Not long ago as a radio talk host I had no trouble damning anything and everything that served to undermine the conservative foundation of America.  When I became a Christian, the struggle between out and out inflammatory and incendiary speech and a more tempered approach was an ongoing one.

By Dave Macy - Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story

Kurdish kids get supplies, new school

SULAYAMANIAH — U.S. Soldiers and USACE employees recently delivered supplies to elementary students of the Shalaw School here.  However, the students are in for a bigger surprise after the first of the year when they move into their new school, thanks to the efforts of the USACE Gulf Region District.

By Guest Column - Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story

Susan B. Anthony List Statement on Dede Scozzafava Suspending Campaign for NY-23

Susan B. Anthony List President: “Dede Scozzafava has worked extremely hard to achieve the goal of becoming the next Congressman from New York’s 23rd District. It takes courage and strength to step back and make the best choice for her party, and for the voters of the 23rd District. Now it’s time for the GOP to step up.”

By Christian Newswire - Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story

Healthcare High Stakes Poker: Who’s Going To Deal?

Once upon a time,  I endured an 11-year career in healthcare,  working for and with the biggest names in the industry.  When I first entered the healthcare scene,  health insurance for my entire family cost a little over $70 per month,  and health insurers were dropping like flies to Chapter 11 amidst the ‘rising cost of healthcare.’  Today, that same coverage costs over $500 per month and now American families are struggling to keep the lights on.  What happened?  Insurers became better poker players,  and the rest of us are trying to learn the tells, as they say in the world of poker.

By Guest Column Thomas N. Tabback- Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story

Enjoy Sharia Law on Broadway

The Obama Administration is finally ready to begin the Big Push. No, not the one to stop the Taliban… but to pass a gargantuan health care nationalization plan that the majority of the American people are opposed to and that no one besides China can actually pay for.

By Daniel Greenfield - Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story

Nuclear Option? Boxer Considering ‘Toxic’ Maneuver


“Democrats could also break with a long-standing EPW Committee precedent that requires two minority members to be in attendance for a markup to even begin. According to the committee rules, Boxer appears to have an exception available that would pave the way for votes on both amendments and the overall bill so long as a majority of the committee’s members are present.”

By EPW Blog - Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story

Objective Look at Stimulus Cost Called “Calculator Abuse”

As the Obama administration works feverishly to convince American taxpayers that enough jobs have been created or saved to justify the trillion-dollar pork out, euphemistically known as the “stimulus” bill, parsing of words has become damn near an art form at the White House.

By John Lillpop - Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story

Pretending to Speak for an Entire Culture

One of the things that brings me to the boiling point is when I hear elected officials tell me what “Americans want” or what “Americans think.” To believe that today’s federally elected politicians understand – or care – what their constituents want, never mind Americans on the whole, after they belittled town hall attendees and ignored the citizenry’s opposition to government-run healthcare is to exist in fantasyland.

By Frank Salvato - Saturday, October 31, 2009 - Full Story