March, 2012

ABC News Dresses Up Tot In “Pretty Woman” Outfit

ABC News’ reality hidden-camera show What Would You Do? went undercover to see how bystanders would react to a little girl dressed up as a hooker, as originally portrayed by Julia Roberts in “Pretty Woman.”

By Don Irvine - Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story

Has NO ONE Read the ObamaCare Manifesto?

Going into the March 26-28 Supreme Court hearings on the Big Government Bill of Rights—also known as ObamaCare—it was obvious that this 2,700 pages of propaganda had ticked off scores of millions of Americans who, for the most part, had not actually read a single page from the bloated and, as we now surmise, unconstitutional blathering stuffed with outright lies and gross exaggerations, all of which advocate on behalf of this tragic waste of paper.

By John Lillpop - Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story

UNESCO Funny Business

Surely Comedy Central’s The Daily Show meant well when it sent comedian John Oliver all the way to Africa to file a report savaging the United States for defunding the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Describing UNESCO as “an organization that helps people in need all over the world,” Oliver lampooned U.S. policy: “We had absolutely no choice but to cut off funding for tsunami victims and starving, drought-ridden African children.”

By Claudia Rosett - Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story

Slimy Reportage Defames Sterling American Industry

imageFunny me—until Diane Sawyer famously announced last fall that the “Occupy Wall Street Movement” had spread to 250 American cities and “thousands of foreign countries” [sic] I did not know there were thousands of foreign countries. I thought there were around two hundred. But then again, it has been a long time since I studied Geography in high school. Then there was Diane’s recent broadcast about a rash of tornadoes in Alabama. She bemoaned the fact that “no one was warned” [sic] about the twisters which killed several Alabamians.

By William Kevin Stoos - Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story

Post-mortem America: Proximate cause of death

Tune to any television or talk radio program, or visit any website driven by political agendas and you will find self-styled experts and pundits making predictions about the Supreme Court ruling regarding the health care bill. Their predictions are primarily based on the questions posed by the justices. While the legal disposition of this issue is arguably the most important in the history of our republic and the attention is well deserved, real world experience and three dimensional thinking appears to be mostly absent from the analysis.

By Doug Hagmann - Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story

UN Climate Panel and “Extreme Weather”

CHURCHVILLE, VA—The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change admitted last week it had no evidence to support the various claims that the planet’s weather is becoming “more extreme.” The new IPCC report on weather extremes reads: “While there is evidence that increases in greenhouse gases have likely caused changes in some types of extremes, there is no simple answer to question of whether the climate, in general, has become more or less extreme.”

By Dennis Avery - Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story

Gardeners Welcome New Season

A tip of the gardening hat to Wiarton Willie the mammalian meteorologist. Emerging from his winter quarters in that Ontario community on 2 February, the groundhog predicted an early spring. Willie was right on the money.

By Wes Porter - Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story

We Stand Together

I am an Ameican Trucker who has a son and nephew on current deployment in Afghanistan, I was in Laredo, Texas, having a meal, and the driver next to me was from Alberta, his son was on deployment as well.

By Guest Column James Adkins- Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story

Liberals Always Get Caught By The Semantic Games They Play

Semantics is the use language to manipulate the meanings of words in order to achieve a desired effect on an audience.  For example when an angry liberal emails me and says, “someone should put a bullet in your head,” I ask if that said liberal thinks that it would be good if someone killed me and then said liberal emails me back crying about how he, “never said that!”  Well, this is semantics.

By J.J. Jackson - Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story

A Letter to President Reagan

Dear President Reagan,
If there are horses to ride where you are, or if you have wood to chop and brush to clear, I know you’re busy, so to quote the humorous way you began some of your speeches, “As Henry the Eighth said to his wives, ‘I won’t be keeping you long.’”

By Doug Gamble - Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story

For ‘Earth Hour’ Let There Be Light

There’s a dark side to ‘Earth Hour’ coming our way again 8:30 local time, tonight. 

With the help of an unknowing public, environmentalists like those in the World Wildlife Fund, (WWF) stretch their arms into private homes and businesses to switch off the lights of the world.

By Judi McLeod - Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story

Will It Take Revolution?

“A little matter will move a party, but it must be something great that moves a nation.”—Thomas Paine, Rights of Man, 1792

In my Constitution Classes I teach that we have four tools on our tool belt for taking back America.  Those tools were provided by the Founding Fathers through the instruction booklet for taking back this nation, the United States Constitution.

By Douglas V. Gibbs - Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story


Years ago, an optometrist checked my eyes and noticed a condition that needed monitoring annually by laser-equipped specialists in a large city not far away.

By Jimmy Reed - Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story

Caught Some Pigs, and a Little About Coyotes

Good morning friends, how are you today? We hope this finds everyone doing just fine, and you guys are gearing up for another weekend! Deb and I are hanging in there!

First off this morning, Deb and I would like to thank our good friend Gary. Gary was kind enough to put Deb on the prayer list at his church quite a while back. Just recently, Gary had contacted us in regards to a possible problem he may be facing.

By Dub and Deb - Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Full Story

Is there an acceptable level of voter fraud?

Is there an acceptable level of voter fraud? Obama and Eric Holder think there is! Obama and the DOJ have sued several States which passed legislation mandating photo identification for all voters. The DOJ rationale is, “there are insufficient cases of provable voter fraud to warrant such a law”.

By Guest Column Mary Ann Lewis- Friday, March 30, 2012 - Full Story

The threat of civil unrest in America

It is now widely accepted that instead of improving race relations and lessening tensions between the majority American population and large minorities, such as blacks and Hispanics, race relations have in fact become worse under Barack Obama. I have to confess that I had hoped, despite my not voting for him, that Barack Obama would advance harmony among the various cultural and racial populations of America. I find it significant that the vast majority of Asian Americans, especially those of Chinese and Japanese heritage, and Americans of Slav heritage are not part of the civil unrest fomented by radical black and, in a few cases, radical Hispanic leaders.

By Guest Column Samuel J. Mikolaski- Friday, March 30, 2012 - Full Story

Obamacare and Obama versus America and Americans

The United States Supreme Court has just heard three days of arguments on whether or not President Obama’s health care bill is legal according to the U.S. Constitution and should therefore be allowed to stand. The Supreme Court is expected to release its decision in June, in the heat of the American Presidential election. The Court has three possible options. It can say that the entire bill is unconstitutional and has to be scrapped, it can say that the bill is constitutional and can go ahead or it can say that parts of the bill are unconstitutional and have to be scrapped but the rest can go ahead.

By Jerry Philipson - Friday, March 30, 2012 - Full Story