Opinion

Watergate-era Judiciary chief of staff: Hillary Clinton fired for lies, unethical behavior

Watergate-era Judiciary chief of staff: Hillary Clinton fired for lies, unethical behavior

on January 6, 2014, 7:03 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

By Dan Calabrese / Canada Free Press I’ve decided to reprint a piece of work I did nearly five years ago, because it seems very relevant today given Hillary Clinton’s performance in the Benghazi hearings. Back in 2008 when she was running for president, I interviewed two erstwhile staff members of the House Judiciary Committee who were involved with the Watergate […]

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America’s Most Underrated President

America’s Most Underrated President

on January 5, 2014, 8:35 AM / in Opinion

A penetrating book on the subject of Constitutional Conservatism is a revealing work by Charles C. Johnson: “Why Coolidge Matters: Leadership Lessons from America’s Most Underrated President.” It’s one of the best recently published on Constitutional Conservatism, and one of the most informative books regarding one of the most important presidents in American history; there’s no surprise at all after reading […]

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Evolution of man?

Evolution of man?

on January 5, 2014, 7:44 AM / in Opinion

Editor’s note: The article below tinted in a little sarcasm that a percentage of the American population do not believe that man has evolved into the man he is now. In other words the original author of this piece is informing you that if don’t believe you are ignorant. Now I have considered this a rather mute point since God made us all but […]

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7 Easy Steps to Jailing Obama

7 Easy Steps to Jailing Obama

on January 5, 2014, 7:29 AM / in Opinion

By Caitlin Dickson We may be entering President Obama’s sixth year as president, but there is still a swath of the population that believes he is not a natural-born U.S. citizen and a large portion of the U.S. House of Representatives that believes it could impeach Obama on those and other grounds. While the Democratic-led U.S. Senate stands ready to […]

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Imagining the Internet in 1929

Imagining the Internet in 1929

on January 5, 2014, 7:22 AM / in Opinion

By Ted Gioia / The Daily Beast  I first read José Ortega y Gasset’s The Revolt of the Masses more than thirty years ago. I still remember how disappointed I was by this cantankerous book. I’d read other works by Ortega (1883-1955), and been impressed by the Spanish philosopher’s intelligence and insight. But this 1929 study of the modern world, […]

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FEMA Trains Pastors for Preparation of Martial Law, Firearm Seizures and Forced Relocation

FEMA Trains Pastors for Preparation of Martial Law, Firearm Seizures and Forced Relocation

on January 4, 2014, 7:00 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

This particular article is pretty recent (a few days ago), but the activities it addresses have been going on for a while – since around 2006 or so. Please share this with pastors & clergy you know. Pastors – if you drink the FEMA Kool-Aid they are giving you, you become wolves in sheep’s clothing, because FEMA does not have […]

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The Case of the Missing Recovery

The Case of the Missing Recovery

on January 4, 2014, 6:31 AM / in Opinion

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Have you seen the economic recovery? I haven’t either. But it is bound to be around here somewhere, because the National Bureau of Economic Research spotted it in June 2009, four and one-half years ago. It is a shy and reclusive recovery, like the “New Economy” and all those promised new economy jobs. I haven’t […]

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Please, Liberals: Stop Abusing ‘A Tale of Two Cities’

Please, Liberals: Stop Abusing ‘A Tale of Two Cities’

on January 3, 2014, 9:43 AM / in Opinion

It was the best of lines, it was the worst of lines BY REID CHERLIN / The New Republic Wednesday was a big day for Charles Dickens, the beloved novelist who died 143 years ago. At the inaugural ceremonies for Mayor Bill de Blasio, singer and activist Harry Belafonte called the justice system under Mike Bloomberg “deeply Dickensian.” The new mayor […]

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How to Win the Culture War?

How to Win the Culture War?

on January 3, 2014, 7:51 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

NOTE:  This challenging article brings MUCH food for thought as we assess the world in which we live today. By Dr. Peter Kreeft / Original Post Listen to Dr. Kreeft’s audio presentation of this essay given at Calvin College To win any war, the three most necessary things to know are: (1) that you are at war, (2) who your enemy […]

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How about those ObamaCare enrollments?

on January 3, 2014, 7:39 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

by Michael Becker / Joe For America Is there anything the White House won’t either lie about or move the goal posts on about ObamaCare? No. We’re in day two of the ObamaCare rollout and the White House is doubling down about their lies. The seven million number came from the Congressional Budget Office not from the White House. There’s no […]

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Obama Should Go to Sochi

Obama Should Go to Sochi

on January 3, 2014, 7:32 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

With twin suicide bombings in Volgograd, at a train station and on a trolley, 34 Russians are dead and scores are injured and hospitalized. Moscow and the world have been put on notice by Doku Umarov, the Chechen Islamic terrorist, that the winter Olympics in Sochi, six weeks away, may not now be safe for visitors. How should friends of […]

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WHY DO YOU MAKE LIFE SO HARD?

on January 3, 2014, 7:27 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

Many times we have heard someone say, “If only I could live my life over again I’d do things differently.”  Or something similar in nature.  I learned early in my life that each and every thing that happened in my own life came about due to DECISIONS I made.  If I had made a different decision, my life would have […]

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Parting Company

Parting Company

on January 2, 2014, 8:12 AM / in Opinion

By Walter E. Williams / CNSnews.com Here’s a question that I’ve asked in the past that needs to be revisited. Unless one wishes to obfuscate, it has a simple yes or no answer. If one group of people prefers strong government control and management of people’s lives while another group prefers liberty and desires to be left alone, should they […]

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Hit Piece Journalism

Hit Piece Journalism

on January 2, 2014, 7:53 AM / in Opinion

Written by  Thomas Sowell / The New American Front-page editorials, disguised as news stories, have become such familiar features of the New York Times that it should have been no surprise to discover in the December 28th issue a front-page story about a professor of finance at the University of Houston who has been a paid consultant to financial enterprises. Since […]

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Free Exercise of Virtue Prohibited as of Today in USA

Free Exercise of Virtue Prohibited as of Today in USA

on January 2, 2014, 7:48 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

By Terence P.  Jeffrey / CNSnews.com As of yesterday–Jan. 1, 2014–a Democratic administration led by President Barack Obama will use a regulation permitted and funded by a Republican-majority House of Representatives to prohibit Americans from freely exercising not just Christianity, but virtue itself in the United States of America. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines virtue as “conformity to a standard of […]

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Christians Awaken For Duck Dynasty Flap

Christians Awaken For Duck Dynasty Flap

on January 2, 2014, 7:10 AM / in Opinion

This column is archived here. America is tumbling out of control toward a crash-and-burn impact with disaster, and, for the most part, pastors and churches are asleep–I mean in a coma. Both major parties in Washington, D.C., are selling-out our liberties faster than Chris Christie can swallow a Big Mac, and Christians don’t even roll over; George W. Bush and […]

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America is Babylon

America is Babylon

on January 2, 2014, 7:09 AM / in Opinion

This site has three very compelling videos on its main page.  I watched them in reverse order, from the bottom up, shortest first, longest last.  The longest one is just over an hour  long, and is the one most worth watching.  Its importance is more far-reaching than any of the bowl games you might be watching or plan to watch […]

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Troy Senik: A Republic, if we can keep it

Troy Senik: A Republic, if we can keep it

on January 2, 2014, 6:59 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

Today’s electorate seems increasingly focused on empowering government, rather than encumbering it, as the founders intended. If a modern-day politician was trying to find the perfect sentiment to prevent him from ever holding higher office, he might write something like this: “Democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention; have ever been found incompatible with personal security or the […]

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Necessity: The Argument of Tyrants

Necessity: The Argument of Tyrants

on January 2, 2014, 6:28 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

By Glenn Jacobs Despite admitting that the National Security “vacuums up information about virtually every telephone call to, from, or within the United States,” William Pauley, a federal judge on the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, decreed last week that the NSA’s dragnet approach is constitutional because, well, he believes that it is necessary. […]

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A New Year With the Same Problems

A New Year With the Same Problems

on January 2, 2014, 6:17 AM / in Opinion

By: Erick Erickson Having managed to work every day of my vacation, getting back into the swing of things isn’t really swinging.  I hope you all had a Happy New Year. As we cross over into 2014, there is not a lot that has changed these past couple of weeks.  People will not fully feel the effects of Obamacare.  The […]

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