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Political - Latest Columns, Page 6
» Old Warhorse Losing His Kick
       by Frederick Meekins
       As the former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Colin Powell at one time (whether deservedly or not) had a reputation as a voice of sober realism in the arena of American foreign policy. However, as he ages and heads into his sunset years, he is... read more
    November 1, 2007
» One Nation Under Fill-in-the-Blank
       by Reed R. Heustis, Jr.
       Amidst constant ongoing efforts to erase all mentions of God from our national and public life, conservative do-gooders stand up to defend acknowledgements of God wherever and whenever they can. When liberal secularists seek to kick God and the Ten C... read more
    August 5, 2007
» Pizzeria Dishes Up Big Slice Of Monetary Subversion
       by Frederick Meekins
       Observant critics of the illegal immigration plague sweeping across the United States point out the irony that, while those sneaking across the boarder often have no desire to acclimate to the culture into which they are intruding, they have little p... read more
    June 7, 2007
» Ghost of Liberalism Past
       by Reed R. Heustis, Jr.
       University political science classes indoctrinate millions of students every year with the Liberal-versus-Conservative myth that gets perpetuated in establishment American politics at all levels of government. Supposedly, on the "Left" is t... read more
    May 27, 2007
» Middle Class An Endangered Species In Maryland
       by Frederick Meekins
       With the reassertion of the monopoly of the Democratic Party over Maryland politics which for the previous four years had been what amounted to a party-and-a-half system, the jurisdiction jokingly referred to as "the Free State" is well on ... read more
    May 17, 2007
» Edwards Panders For Hypocrite Ballot
       by Frederick Meekins
       Since we are all individuals marred by the stain of sin, at one time or another all of us eventually fail to practice what we preach. Normally, this isn't too big of a problem as most of us don't have that much influence beyond that of our own friend... read more
    May 14, 2007
» Name Your Mayor in Your Prayer
       by Reed R. Heustis, Jr.
       One of the most important responsibilities of Christian citizens in America is to pray for all those who are in authority. From various pulpits across America, prayers for the President of the United States can be heard every Lord's Day. Most of thes... read more
    April 25, 2007
» Little Point In Voting As Fate Of Nation Already Decided
       by Frederick Meekins
       Every two years on the first Tuesday of November, Americans go to the polls in hopes of influencing the direction of the nation in regards to matters of politics and policy. However, the exercise of this civic duty may be increasingly directed toward... read more
    April 18, 2007
» The Racism Ploy
       by Dorothy Anne Seese
       Are we all on the same page when it comes to "racism?" No. Sometimes it is used to imply that one race thinks they are superior to others. Another dictionary definition is discrimination against people of a certain race or races. But in tod... read more
    March 12, 2007
» Rise Of The Adulterers
       by David T. Pyne
       Following the GOP's electoral debacle in the November 2006 mid-term elections which resulted primarily in response to widespread and increasing public opposition to President Bush's failed war in Iraq, conservatives remain in complete disarray. Perha... read more
    March 9, 2007
» Can't Win The General Election
       by John Bender
       Rudy Giuliani can't win the general election. No matter how much some people in the Republican Party wish he could, he can't and here's why. There is about 30% of the voting public in each camp who vote for the party no matter what. The Republicans h... read more
    March 7, 2007
» Politicians or Christian Statesmen?
       by Reed R. Heustis, Jr.
       Probably the three most detested and disrespected professionals today are salesmen, lawyers and politicians. Ask any person on the street to rank his five most hated professions. Chances are, he will list all three of the above. People detest salesme... read more
    March 5, 2007
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