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» Finally, We are back to Conservatism vs. Liberalism
       by Vincent Gioia
       With the selection of Sarah Palin as Vice President Candidate on the Republican ticket, the presidential race is less about Democrat vs. Republican, than it is about Liberal vs. Conservative. Democrats and Republicans both agree that Washington is "b... read more
    September 8, 2008
» China Agitates To Undermine American Liberties
       by Frederick Meekins
       It's bad enough that those living under the heal of tyranny have their God-given rights suppressed but one expects to hear of this transpiring in less-developed countries that have never really known freedom to begin with. However, things have really... read more
    August 20, 2008
» Kissing the Son in the Civil Arena
       by Reed R. Heustis, Jr.
       When Christian patients seek medical attention from Christian hospitals, very few scream, "Extremists!" When Christian parents send their children to Christian schools, very few label them as "bigots." When Christian citizens send their money to Chri... read more
    August 15, 2008
» It's Official Now
       by Peter W. Wright
       Plenty of evidence has existed before, but now the conclusion is inescapable: the Democrats cannot understand the most basic law of economics, the law of supply and demand. Faced with spiraling fuel costs and a demand to act, the Democrat-controlled ... read more
    July 19, 2008
» Polar Bears More Important Than Western Civilization
       by Randall H. Nunn
       On Sunday, an article from the Associated Press stated that, less than a month after declaring polar bears a threatened species, "the Bush administration is giving oil companies permission to annoy and potentially harm them in pursuit of oil and... read more
    June 17, 2008
» And Will Obama Save Us From Our Sins
       by Frederick Meekins
       As the United States edges ever closer to tyranny with freedom dieing a little more each year with the passage of new laws, the handing down of judicial rulings, and the promulgation of executive orders, it is assumed by increasing numbers that it is... read more
    June 8, 2008
» Psycho Pastor or Killer Clown?
       by Erik Rush
       It's official: The "pastor issue" as regards the campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is old hat. Why? Because it's not about radical pastors anyway, and never was; it's an issue of whether or not it is plausible that ... read more
    June 4, 2008
» Czech President's Inconvenient Challenge to Al Gore
       by Christopher Adamo
       Since leaving office, former Vice-President Al Gore has gained enormous stature within certain circles on the world scene, acquiring it per the standard liberal formula. Taking up his "Earth in the Balance" cause, he produced the feature le... read more
    May 29, 2008
» Church and State are Mutually Supportive
       by Jeff Lukens
       Our country and its laws were established on the fundamental belief that our morality emanates from God. While the Constitution begins with the line, "We the people," it does not contain any religious words. Some people cite this as evidenc... read more
    March 17, 2008
» Huckabee's Fat Lip Yammering On About Your Gastronomic Business
       by Frederick Meekins
       Throughout his time in the public limelight, Republican Mike Huckabee has made obesity awareness one of his pet issues having lost over 100 pounds himself. However, as is typical of most fanatics having come to a realization or a cause a little later... read more
    January 23, 2008
» Are Some Forms Of Border Security More About Keeping People In Than Out?
       by Frederick Meekins
       Americans might be interested to know that to cross the Canadian border that the U.S. government will require them to be carrying a passport even if they have other legitimate forms of identification. However, most recall precious little is being don... read more
    January 8, 2008
» Supreme Law of the Land
       by Reed R. Heustis, Jr.
       Most students of Constitutional Law are taught the principle that the United States Constitution is the "supreme Law of the Land." Indeed Article VI of the United States Constitution unequivocally proclaims this precept: "This Constitu... read more
    January 3, 2008
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