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Political - Latest Columns, Page 7
» Charity Isn't Government's Business
       by Robert Meyer
       A statement that appeared in a recent piece from a liberal columnist, underscores and epitomizes the theme of much of what he has written in past columns. He stated... "When I took my first class in political science in 1969, I was taught that t... read more
    March 1, 2007
» People's Republic Of Maryland Taxing Its Subjects Into Submission
       by Frederick Meekins
       One of the nicknames for the State of Maryland is "The Free State". However, since the power to tax is the power to destroy, perhaps it is about time a more accurate slogan was selected. In an attempt to hop on the global warming bandwagon,... read more
    February 22, 2007
» Alienation -- What Happened?
       by Ed Vitagliano
       Two years after a political victory of conservatism in America, Democrats put what President Bush called a "thumping" on Republicans in the mid-term elections, taking control of both the House and the Senate. The election results threatened... read more
    February 12, 2007
» Wanted: More Ministers Like Vincent Fields
       by Rev. Mark Creech
       Not since Joe Wright's prayer in 1996 before the Kansas House in Topeka, where the faithful pastor confessed America had "inverted values" and listed them by name, has there been a more powerful prayer offered before lawmakers. Last week, V... read more
    January 15, 2007
» Contract Granted For American Concentration Camps
       by Frederick Meekins
       For years, whispers have ebbed and flowed across the currents of cyberspace that the U.S. government had plans on the drawing board for the establishment of detention and relocation camps to heard massive swaths of the population into during times of... read more
    November 30, 2006
» World Falls Into Bolshevist Dark Age
       by Frederick Meekins
       Coupled with the win of Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua, it seems with the Democratic victory that the world may be falling into a new Bolshevist Dark Age. Some might argue the above characterization is a bit harsh, but it is entirely accurate. According ... read more
    November 10, 2006
» A Good Election Loss for the GOP
       by Matt Friedeman
       In general, this was a good election. The only way to make it great would be for Republicans to have lost another five seats in the Senate and another 20 in the House. The worse the loss, the quicker and more intensely the GOP searches for its wander... read more
    November 10, 2006
» Republicans, Quit Whining
       by Matt Friedeman
       This week Republicans are bemoaning the fact that the media, and none too few soccer moms, are holding the entire party accountable for the under-a-cloud resignation of Rep. Mark Foley, a congressman found to be a bit too intimate with minor-aged pag... read more
    October 14, 2006
» The Role of Faith in Conservative American Politics
       by Rev. Mark Creech
       Churches of the late Middle Ages are well known for embodying a Christian worldview in their architecture. No where is this better demonstrated than in the Gothic Cathedral at Chartes, France. This cathedral, which was built during the 12th century, ... read more
    October 5, 2006
» Torturing The Truth
       by Nathan Tabor
       Winston Churchill once observed that "A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on." As part of the left-wing arsenal of distorted arguments as to why Bush is so wrong in his proclaimed "War on ... read more
    September 27, 2006
» Political Cures
       by Jane Jimenez
       There's nothing like a political year to bring every possible cure out of the woodwork for every social and economic ill that befalls American society. If America has a problem, there is a politician promising us a political cure to fix it. Children ... read more
    September 21, 2006
» Reasons You Shouldn't Vote
       by Matt Friedeman
       There are some really good reasons not to vote this year. First, if you don't know what is at stake, don't know the issues, the candidates, the framework of the local, state and national debate and ... don't want to know -- please, don't vote. Second... read more
    September 19, 2006
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