Tag Archives: David Horowitz

Obama’s Military Cuts: Replacing Men With Machines

Like Yogi Berra, I’m getting a feeling of deja vu all over again and, like Gene Roddenberry, a vision of a Trekkie future to go with it. From the February 2, 1994 edition of the New York Times: President Clinton’s military … Continue reading

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Taxes Saved are Taxes Not Wasted

Being old…er…I can remember then-Consumer Advocate David Horowitz’s regular visits of Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show, in which he would speak about government spending and other associated rip-offs. Johnny would shake his head and laugh in disbelief over the poor choices … Continue reading

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Battleground Alabama, Round 2

In previous “Battleground” articles, I wrote of how the Freedom From Religion Foundation, a 13,000 member, bitter, atheist organization from Wisconsin, had traveled down to Dixie in their quest to remove Christianity from the American landscape. They’re still here. Pesky … Continue reading

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The War Against Christianity in America Continues

On August 27 and September 3, I published two articles on my own blog chronicling the efforts of the Freedom From Religion Foundation to end prayer at High School Football Games in DeSoto County Mississippi.  Their actions were their standard … Continue reading

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Hitting Their Marx: The Astroturfed Protests Continue

The “not-so-spontaneous” protests against “corporate greed” that are popping up across the country are quickly being embraced by the Democratic Party and the Main Stream Media, who are growing increasingly desperate in their attempts to camouflage the rapidly failing Obama … Continue reading

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Doubling Down on Deceit

When self-delusion and deceit are all that’s left to a man after he’s been proven over and again to be a stubbornly persistent liar for whom a peculiar and self-destructive obsession has failed to destroy the object of his scorn, … Continue reading

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Is Willy Losing His Mind – Or Just His Credibility?

In light of the recent ass-kicking I’ve been administering to Bill Winkler – aka Wee Willy Weasel, the Eddie Haskell of New Jersey politics and thinking man’s punching bag -  I suppose I shouldn’t be be perplexed that he repeated … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Reading Wee Willy Winky

It’s a phenomenon that’s fairly easy to spot once you know what to look for and in the case of Bill Winkler, one does not require anything beyond a cursory once-over to understand the particulars of the fever swamp from … Continue reading

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When the Truth Prevails, The Tea Party Prevails

It is said that a lie goes halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its shoes on; in an age of instantaneous communication I would suggest that a lie circumvents the planet before truth has … Continue reading

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The Continuing Train Wreck – Part Whatever

With so many important subjects to which I can direct my attention, why do I keep returning to the Cadre of Neo Jacobins and their Attack Dachsund, the now infamous Boy Blunder? Perhaps I have a masochistic streak that enjoys … Continue reading

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