Tag Archives: Christian

What is a Christian American Conservative?

I have been asked to explain what it means to be a Christian American Conservative.  After all, that’s how I identify myself and that is what it says on the mast head of my website, ever since I began this … Continue reading

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Who is Bader Qarmout?

While chatting on the phone the other night, I got an incoming call from the lovely and ever-gracious Nicole. I was sitting at my laptop and e-mailed her that I was on the phone with Bader Qarmout. She immediately wrote … Continue reading

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Don’t you just wish you could do your own performance review? The 44th President of the United States of America, Barack Hussein Obama, recently performed a self-assessment, which aired on NBC before the Superbowl last Sunday. In a pre-Super Bowl … Continue reading

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Separation of Church and State: Real or Not Real?

Note: This article should have appeared here yesterday but missed the posting schedule due to the storm. Once power is fully restored, all of Allen’s posts will be up to date. As I sit here on a Sunday morning, getting … Continue reading

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Return of the Barbary Pirates?

A long time ago on the northern coast of a continent far away, the largely tribal and primitive inhabitants – were predominately Christian – this was the land in which St. Augustine was born and several important Church Councils were … Continue reading

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The Case Against Willard “Mitt” Romney

He’s become – yet again since 2008 – the heart throb of the GOP Establishment but I call him the “Goldilocks Candidate:” not too conservative, not too liberal, but just the right amount of moderate to placate the mythical “independents” … Continue reading

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Sorbet for the Mind

At the end of a long day that more often than not involves wrestling with the demons of ignorance and the gremlins of stupidity, your mind is funky with an aftertaste of liberalism so fetid it would gag a barn … Continue reading

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Of Creed and Character in the 2012 Election

American values seem to be under attack during this campaign season. When my good friend, Gene Hoyas, the Bulldog Pundit, introduced me yesterday, he described me, and rightfully so, not only as Christian Conservative, but, also a Reagan Conservative. As … Continue reading

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Welcome Back, Mr. Fitzhugh

I’m tickled blood red (pink is for commies) to announce that our old friend Allen Fitzhugh (aka Kingsjester) has returned. Faithful followers will remember him as a contributor to Right Direction and Manly’s Republic. A precious few might recall that … Continue reading

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