American Politics, News, Opinion


Harry Reid Takes on America’s REAL Enemy: El Rushbo!

Say what you will about Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, one fact remains beyond dispute: The senator from Searchlight, Nevada has an uncanny ability to “connect the dots” in matters of grave importance to America.

For instance, while most politicians were still debating about strategies for fighting the war on terror in Iraq, Senator Reid took it on himself to sift through all of the details in order to find truth.

By John Lillpop - Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Listen To The Voices Of Those Who Defend Us

Do we have the fortitude to stand behind our troops? And the fortitude to stand strong for them?  The problem lies with our politicians in Washington who use the war in Iraq as a political football instead of realizing lives are at stake. The public then loses hope that the Iraq war is a winnable situation.

By Felicia Benamon - Monday, October 1, 2007

Does America Need a Woman As President?

Now that Hillary Clinton is the presumptive favorite to become the presidential nominee of the Democrat Party in 2008, she and her Democrat colleagues must confront the fact that nearly 50 percent of voters are unfavorably disposed toward her candidacy.

By John Lillpop - Monday, October 1, 2007

Is Illegal Immigration An Inevitable, Natural Phenomenon?

Mexican President Felipe Calderon continues to make public pronouncements that should cause legal and medical authorities to arrest and commit the loco hombre to an institution for long term psychiatric care.

By John Lillpop - Monday, October 1, 2007

Bill O’Reilly: he’s not a racist; just a typical media elite

Fox News personality and radio talk show host Bill O’Reilly got himself into deep doo-doo a few days ago after he had a discussion about race with NPR’s Juan Williams on O’Reilly’s syndicated radio show. O’Reilly recounted (bragged?) about how he had lunch with the Rev. Al Sharpton at Sylvia’s, a black-run restaurant in Harlem.

By Arthur Weinreb - Monday, October 1, 2007

A Murderer’s Memorial Plaque in Minnesota and Other Maudlin Tributes

In another example of the upside down nature of our nation today, a man who murdered his ex-girlfriend and then killed himself is getting a nice memorial plaque in a Minnesota kid’s ballpark because his love for the kids was “greatly appreciated.”

By Warner Todd Huston - Monday, October 1, 2007

Banning Boyhood

Huck Finn must be spinning in his literary grave.  Just recently a Colorado Springs, Co., elementary school banned tag during recess, joining other schools that have prohibited this childhood pastime.

By Selwyn Duke - Monday, October 1, 2007

One Less Good Man

By Joseph A. Kinney

In a few short days, General Peter Pace, the first Marine to Chair the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will be leaving his post and the Corps that he has served for 40 years.  For a Marine Corps in search of a few good men, they will have one less when Pace leaves.  In fact, they will be losing a giant of a man who has asserted moral leadership in the face of enormous pressure just when it was needed.

By Guest Column - Sunday, September 30, 2007

Sicko Studies

Look for the latest documentary from self-described gadfly Michael Moore to make the rounds of American college campuses in the not-so-distant future. From Roger & Me to Fahrenheit 9-11, college administrators and professors have routinely made Moore’s cinematic output available to students, either for their extracurricular edification or, not infrequently, as required viewing.

By Malcolm Kline - Saturday, September 29, 2007

Nancy’s prayers

Nancy Pelosi  The only one whose knickers are bound to be in a twist over the grandiose gesture of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “praying” for U.S. President George W. Bush, is opponent Cindy Sheehan.
  Pelosi rang George W. to tell him she is praying for him and praying that he would change his mind and sign a children’s health insurance bill, which expands a federal insurance program by $35 billion over five years—far in excess of Bush’s own proposal.
  Catholics are taught that they should never pray for money, but as far as most politicians go, money from the public purse is only taxpayers’ money anyway.

By Judi McLeod - Saturday, September 29, 2007

Will Miller see the light?

“To all organizers and attendees of the Folsom Street Fair, their families, friends, colleagues and visitors from home and around the world, have a great day and enjoy this wonderful and exciting event.” San Francisco mayor, Gavin Newsom

By Guest Column Marsha West- Saturday, September 29, 2007

Pelosi Refuses to Denounce Hateful Anti-Christian Ad

Concerned Women for America (CWA) broke the story on Tuesday about an anti-Christian promotional advertisement put together by organizers of San Francisco’s partially taxpayer funded and Hedonistic Folsom Street Fair—sponsored by Miller Brewing, Co.—which will take place this Sunday.  Over 400,000 people are expected to attend.  The ad replaces Christ and his Disciples with homosexual sadomasochists in a twisted portrayal of Da Vinci’s The Last Supper.

By Matt Barber - Saturday, September 29, 2007

Border Security: Fraud Risks in Managing Diversity Visa Program

Diversity visas provide an immigration opportunity to aliens from countries with low rates of immigration to the United States. Diversity visa applicants must apply online, be selected by lottery, be interviewed, and be determined to be eligible before obtaining a diversity visa.

By Jim Kouri - Saturday, September 29, 2007

Why Won’t the AP Describe the Taliban as Terrorists?

This AP report is a perfect example of how the western media hasn’t the temerity to call things as they are, a perfect example of how it soft-sells the truth for fear of violating those vaunted codes of politically correct conduct—and why we could lose this war with a radical Islam that isn’t afraid of how they are perceived by their enemies.

By Warner Todd Huston - Saturday, September 29, 2007