Tag Archives: Preserving Liberty

Where’s the Love?

In the fantasy world the media tries to cultivate, Barack Obama is universally loved. He is the most popular president in modern American history. He is the most “likable” person -ever. Who wouldn’t want to attend a beer summit with … Continue reading

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Hunger Games: Where Progressives Want To Take Us

I saw the much-anticipated and highly touted debut of The Hunger Games this weekend and found the movie to be apropos given the current political climate. The Games, which raked in a record-breaking $214 million between the U.S. and Canada, has made for interesting discussion – … Continue reading

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The Massachusetts Head Fake

I know there are many on our side who are practically panting and drooling over Governor Romney’s victory speech from Tuesday night, but I would advise you all to put a lid on your enthusiasm. One speech – albeit a … Continue reading

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The Magic Will Be Moving on Down the Road

By the time you read this, the Denver Broncos will still be in the process of negotiating a new contract with future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning or the ink will already be dried. Either way, soon-to-be-former starting quarterback Tim … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Opportunist

President Barack Obama has been an absolute no-show on the issue of Syria and if you were holding your breath in anticipation of White House action, you’ve probably blacked out by now. In 2011, the administration was fist-pumping over the … Continue reading

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Meet Professor Derrick Bell

By now you’ve probably viewed the newly-released footage of a young Barack Obama introducing Professor Derrick Bell during a 1991 Harvard protest. If you haven’t seen the footage, then it’s time to get informed. The video shows Obama introducing Bell – … Continue reading

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Barack Alinsky

Andrew Breitbart is no longer with us in the flesh, but the vast Breitbart media empire is alive and well – to the chagrin of his detractors. Less than a week after the conservative mogul’s sudden death in Los Angeles, … Continue reading

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Regarding Rush…

After having read and listened to media reaction – including Rush’s written statement – I have come to several conclusions. Let me first say that I do not think any less of Rush and neither should you. All of us are guilty … Continue reading

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Off the Reservation

Ann Coulter has always struck me as an intelligent individual via her books, syndicated columns and television appearances, but as of late – I believe that her normally well-founded judgment has been brought into serious question. As most of you … Continue reading

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Clearing the Air on That Church vs. State Thing

There seems to be an agglomeration of confusion, stupidity, misinformation, falsehoods, and the like, concerning religion and its role in government. Before going any further, let us read the First Amendment to the Constitution: Congress shall make no law respecting … Continue reading

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