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  • Burning the Mexican Flag

    03/30/2006 5:23:00 PM PST · by ConservativeVoice · 60 replies · 1,133+ views
    self | 3/30/2006 | Conservative Voice
    Given the anger many of us feel at the masses marching waving Mexican flags and supporting the invasion of illegal immigrants drwoning parts of our nation, how many Freepers in teh NY/NJ area would be interested in a counter-protest where the Mexican flag was burned as a symbol of our rage? I am in Rockland County, NY.
  • Kisses From The Left

    08/16/2005 10:12:09 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 1 replies · 131+ views
    The New Conservative Voice ^ | 8/16/2005 | Tov B. Brog
    There have been a few interesting comments regarding my now famous Fourteen Points. Some of the messages have been supportive. Others have been honest, thought-out expressions of concern that i go too far. And a few fal into this category: Anonymous said... Dude, Get a spam filter or something.And how ironic that the site hosting the petition advertises muslim clothing and dating services. Oh and F**K your petition you fascist b*****d!!!First, it is ironic that Google's ad engine would detect the term "islam" in my post and send Islamic dating services my way. Good eye Mr. Anonymous, if that's your...
  • Fourteen Points Follow-up, Sign the Petition

    08/13/2005 5:00:15 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 2 replies · 155+ views
    The New Conservative Voice ^ | 8/13/2005 | Tov B. Brog
    There are many who support the Fourteen Points I outlined in an earlier thread. Sign the petition and pass on the link to those who support our position. http://www.ipetitions.com/campaigns/fourteenpoints/
  • Fourteen Points for the Defense of the United States against Islamic Jihad

    08/13/2005 3:11:25 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 44 replies · 1,945+ views
    The New Conservative Voice ^ | 8/13/2005 | Tov B. Brog
    I watch, with increasing frustration, the politically correct flailing of our government and public officials in the face of the Islamic threat. I believe in civil liberties, but not in civil suicide. Isalam does not deserve the protections offered enlightened religions under our constitution. First, Islam is a philosophy, not a race. So, attacks on profiling are meaningless. Second, its tenets with regard to non-believers are more akin to the vengeful and intolerant "theology" of Nazism than to the enlightened acceptance preached by Jews, Christians, Bhuddists, Hindus, Zoroastrians and others. A good place to learn more about our enemies is...
  • A Veterans' Day Salute

    11/11/2004 7:49:57 AM PST · by ConservativeVoice · 1 replies · 84+ views
    The New Conservative Voice ^ | 11/11/04 | Tov B. Brog
    To honor our warriors, I'm reprinting a piece sent to me by a very liberal friend. There's always hope that they'll see the light. WHAT IS A VET By Father Dennis Edward O'Brien, USMC Some veterans bear visible signs of their service: a missing limb, a jagged scar, a certain look in the eye. Others may carry the evidence inside them: a pin holding a bone together, a piece of shrapnel in the leg - or perhaps another sort of inner steel: the soul's ally forged in the refinery of adversity. Except in parades, however, the men and women who...
  • We Dodged the Bullet!

    11/04/2004 7:43:28 AM PST · by ConservativeVoice · 4 replies · 122+ views
    The New Conservative Voice ^ | 11/4/04 | Tov B. Brog
    Thanks to the Swift Vets and POWs For Truth, as well as the American electorate'sfundamental sense of right and wrong, we've avoided a disasterous John Kerry presidency. To the Swifties adn their POW allies, THANK YOU! You left your grandkids, took upi the banner and, once again, put yourselves in harm's way to defend the country. We didn't let you do it the first time, more than 30 years ago, and John Kerry defiled your honorable service anyway. Now the victory is yours and you can return to your lives having seen a renewed nation finally repudiate the traitors of...
  • It Aint Over Yet!! Former Navy Secretary to Speak Out on Kerry Discharge!

    11/01/2004 5:09:42 PM PST · by ConservativeVoice · 28 replies · 238+ views
    The New Conservative Voice ^ | 11/1/04 | Tov B. Brog
    A post on the Swift Vets' forum contained the following startling announcement: A TO THE POINT HEADS-UPI had a conversation with Bill Middendorf earlier today. Bill was the Secretary of the Navy from April 1974 to January 1978. I got to know Bill well when he was Ronald Reagan\'s Ambassador to the OAS and we worked together on support for the Contras.Bill has agreed to publicly state that to the best of his knowledge and recollection, John Kerry was dishonorably discharged from the military and fought to have this reversed while he (Bill)was SECNAV, which Bill of course refused to...
  • Kerry's Dishonorable Discharge, Part III

    10/31/2004 5:55:53 PM PST · by ConservativeVoice · 9 replies · 230+ views
    The New Conservative Voice ^ | 10/31/04 | Tov B. Brog
    OK, it seems Dishonorable Discharge is probably not the right title. Kerry could only have received one of those if he was court-martialed and convicted, which would be part of the public record. However, he most likely received a less-than-honorable discharge. Earl Lively, a 30+ year veteran of the military makes a convincing case here. You may remember that Colonel Lively was the Director of Operations at Texas Air National Gaurd Headquarters when Bush served. His contention, as was mine in an earlier post, is that the Navy is "stonewalling" the release of documentation that would incriminate Kerry to cover...
  • Kerry Dishonorable Discharge, Part II

    10/31/2004 7:58:06 AM PST · by ConservativeVoice · 1 replies · 187+ views
    The New Conservative Voice ^ | 10/31/04 | Tov B. Brog
    There's been a lot of confusion, side-stepping and odd silences regarding John Kerry's departure from the Navy. The Navy Chief who's been pursuing this doggedly is quietly toiling away. A DC rally addressing this issue, scheduled for today, Sunday, has been canceled. The Swift Vets and POWs For Truth are silent. I have spoken with Don Nelson, as well as the Swift Vets, and can vouch for the authenticity of the original letter posted here. As for the truth, there's an all-out effort to get at it and present it with every "t" crossed amd every "i" dotted so the...
  • Kerry's Dishonorable Discharge, Part II

    10/31/2004 7:57:04 AM PST · by ConservativeVoice · 7 replies · 203+ views
    The New Conservative Voice ^ | 10/31/04 | Tov B. Brog
    There's been a lot of confusion, side-stepping and odd silences regarding John Kerry's departure from the Navy. The Navy Chief who's been pursuing this doggedly is quietly toiling away. A DC rally addressing this issue, scheduled for today, Sunday, has been canceled. The Swift Vets and POWs For Truth are silent. I have spoken with Don Nelson, as well as the Swift Vets, and can vouch for the authenticity of the original letter posted here. As for the truth, there's an all-out effort to get at it and present it with every "t" crossed amd every "i" dotted so the...
  • Kerry's Dishonorable Discharge

    10/28/2004 9:34:55 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 4 replies · 393+ views
    The New Conservative Voice ^ | 10/27/04 | Tov B. Brog
    Through a very reliable source, I received a copy of the following e-mail to Sean Hannity asking his help in exposing the truth about John Kerry's discharge papers fromteh US Navy. The author is a retired former Navy lawyer and he references the former personal lawyer to then Secretary of the Navy J. William Middleton. If these two gentlemen can shed light on the truth of John Kerry's record, then the American people have a right to know. Subject: Fw: THE JIMMY CARTER LEGACY CONTINUES Sean,I was on active duty as a U.S. Navy lawyer when all of this was...
  • The M.C. Escher of American Politics

    10/10/2004 12:41:53 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 76+ views
    The New Conservative Voice ^ | 10/10/04 | Tov B. Brog
    Escher was famous for his wonderful illusions that had soldiers marching endlessly up a set of stairs that led to….the bottom of the stairs; motifs that evolved from one shape to another as they moved across the canvass; and played beautiful tricks with perspective. Even carefully tracing the lines of one of his works, it can be difficult to pinpoint the illusion. We expect it to make sense and, when it doesn’t, our minds struggle to construct a reasonable interpretation. If they can’t, it’s almost painful. That same feeling comes over me when I listen to the Democratic candidate. John...
  • Quotable Quotes

    10/10/2004 12:40:12 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 1 replies · 142+ views
    The New Conservative Voice ^ | 10/10/04 | Tov B. Brog
    In the fine investigative tradition of CBS, The New Conservative brings you actual quotes from Kerry supporters. These have been verified by Ingebe Nobongo, with whom I’m currently engaged in bringing $25 million out of Nigeria to help the son of a former Agriculture Minister who’s been jailed but managed to hide the money in a Swiss bank. If I can trust Ingebe with my banking details, along with a $25,000 good faith payment, you can trust him to vouch for these quotes. John Kerry’s hair is just so awesome. He’s tall too. And did you know that he fought...
  • Vichy McPeak

    09/13/2004 10:28:51 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 13 replies · 334+ views
    Conservative Voice ^ | 9/14/04 | Tov B. Brog
    General Merrill A. McPeak, for those of you not familiar with his background, is a retired general in the US Air Force. He had a distinguished career as a fighter pilot, fought honorably over Vietnam, held numerous senior positions and rose to become the Chief of Staff. He's now supports John Kerry's candidacy for President of the United States. Just for the record, let's review what we know about John Kerry. John Kerry served a year on the USS Gridley, of which five weeks were spent in the vicinity of Vietnam, far off the coast. He now claims this as...
  • Fighting the Wrong Battles

    04/29/2004 12:28:24 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 6 replies · 50+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | 4/29/04 | Washington Post Editorial
    That's why the Kerry campaign's response to Mr. Cheney's speech this week was so inadequate. In his address in Fulton, Mo., Mr. Cheney was unsparing in his criticism of Mr. Kerry, but his line of attack had nothing to do with Vietnam. Rather, Mr. Cheney questioned Mr. Kerry's record on defense and foreign policy, asserting that he "has given us ample grounds to doubt the judgment and the attitude he brings to bear on vital issues of national security." Some of his points were unfair; for instance, Mr. Kerry's proposed cuts in the intelligence budget a decade ago aren't evidence,...
  • The Iran Debate Pentagon Eyes Massive Covert Attack on Iran

    06/02/2003 10:49:12 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 2 replies · 83+ views
    ABC News ^ | 5/29/2003 | By Vince Cannistraro
    May 29— The Pentagon is considering a massive covert action program to overthrow Iran's ruling ayatollahs as the only way to stop the country's nuclear weapons ambitions, senior State Department and Pentagon officials told ABCNEWS.
  • It's Our existence, Stupid

    05/21/2003 10:34:19 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 54 replies · 499+ views
    The Conservative Voice ^ | 5/21/2003 | Tov B. Brog
    Tov B. Brog © 2003 It's Our Existence, StupidBy Tov B. Brog May 21st 2003 –Let’s just cut to the chase.  Forget about avoiding provocation.  Stop agonizing over land-for-peace deals that’ll never work.  Quit thinking that the other side, whether they be Islamic fundamentalists going after the US, or Palestinians blowing up kids in Israel, is interested in any final deal that leaves us with breath in our bodies.  They aren’t. We need to get it through our heads that it’s our existence that’s the problem here. We have to start taking the Bin-Ladens and the Arafats at their...
  • Enough Already

    05/16/2003 8:43:26 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 27 replies · 257+ views
    Fox News ^ | 5/15/2003 | Neil Cavuto
    <p>Have any of you been following the latest on JFK? It seems he had his way with a 19-year-old intern named "Mimi," and now "Mimi" has spoken out.</p> <p>Marion Fahnestock (search), now 60 years old, tells the New York Daily News it's all true. That while she couldn't type, she could indeed do other things to catch the commander-in-chief's attention.</p>
  • Al Qaeda's Demise

    05/15/2003 2:29:29 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 6 replies · 30+ views
    The Conservative Voice ^ | 5/15/2003 | Tov B. Brog
    Tov B. Brog © 2003 Al Qaeda's DemiseBy Tov B. Brog May 15th 2003 –If Superman were a Republican, he never would have survived past the second issue of his comic book.  Every Liberal media pundit would have raked him over the coals for “allowing” the continued activities of one Lex Luthor.  Remember good old Lex?  No matter how many times the Man-Of-Steel put that guy away; he always came back for more.  Batman had the same trouble with the Joker and the Penguin.  Well, George W. Bush is keeping good company because the Left isn’t treating him any...
  • The Trivialization of the Democratic Party

    05/13/2003 12:29:26 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 37 replies · 182+ views
    The Conservative Voice ^ | 5/13/2003 | Tov B. Brog
    The Trivialization of the Democratic PartyBy Tov B. Brog May 13th 2003 – Robert K. Byrd’s recent speech attacking the President for his visit to the USS Abraham Lincoln is symptomatic of a broader problem within the Democratic Party.  They’ve got no issues!  It’s not that there aren’t any issues to discuss.  There are.  It’s just that the Left can’t seem to engage them in any meaningful way. Against a President willing to assume enormous political risks, with the war in Iraq, and the difficult rebuilding efforts underway, as well as bold tax proposals here at home, the Left has...
  • Al-Qaeda 'crushed' by the US war on terror

    05/09/2003 11:04:26 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 12 replies · 155+ views
    The Scotsman ^ | 5/9/2003 | Tim Cornwell
    Al-Qaeda 'crushed' by the US war on terror AL-QAEDA’S failure to launch any major attacks during the Iraq war is adding to a mood of cautious confidence that the organisation’s back has been broken. "They have suffered a number of absolutely crushing blows," said Nick Fielding, a journalist and the co-author of Masterminds of Terror, published this month by the Edinburgh-based Mainstream Publishing . In US intelligence circles, the belief is growing that al-Qaeda is "nearly crippled", the Washington Post newspaper reported. Cofer Black, the head of the state department’s counter-terrorism office, told the newspaper it was "no coincidence" al-Qaeda...
  • McCarthy Transcripts Point to Cover-up by Justice Department

    05/07/2003 6:08:37 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 39 replies · 1,891+ views
    NewsMax.com ^ | 5/7/2003 | Wes Vernon
    McCarthy Transcripts Point to Cover-up by Justice Department Wes Vernon, NewsMax.comWednesday, May 7, 2003 WASHINGTON – The Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations has just made public its hitherto sealed closed-door hearings 50 years ago showing widespread Soviet penetration of the U.S. government. Despite the negative media spin, the hearing transcripts show its chairman, Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, was ahead of his time. A prime example is the case of the atomic scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer, whose advocacy of sharing nuclear secrets with the Soviet Union helped bolster the war machine of the genocidal Joseph Stalin. This gave the Soviets...
  • Bush Urges U.N. to Lift Iraq Sanctions

    05/07/2003 5:30:17 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 2 replies · 74+ views
    AP - Yahoo ^ | 5/7/2003 | TOM RAUM
    WASHINGTON - President Bush (news - web sites) suspended U.S. sanctions against the old government of Iraq (news - web sites) on Wednesday and prodded the U.N. Security Council to do the same. "No country in good conscience can support using sanctions to hold back the hopes of the Iraqi people," Bush said. At a news conference with Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, Bush said that the United States, Britain and Spain would introduce a U.N. resolution "soon" that would lift sanctions imposed in 1990 when Iraq invaded Kuwait. "The regime that the sanctions were directed against no longer...
  • Syria says time ripe for peace negotiations with Israel

    05/07/2003 5:15:25 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 4 replies · 42+ views
    Haaretz Newspaper - Israel ^ | 5/7/2003 | News Wires
    Syria says time ripe for peace negotiations with Israel By News Agencies But says must be based on previous talks, UN resolutions; PFLP: Ready to shut Damascus offices to ease American pressure on Syria. DAMASCUS - Syria said Wednesday the time was ripe to seek a just peace between Arabs and Israel, but insisted any negotiations must build on the outcome of previous peace efforts and United Nations resolutions. Peace talks between Israel and Syria broke down in January 2000 over the future of the Golan Heights, which Israel captured from Syria in the 1967 Six-Day War. "It [Syria] has...
  • Thanks to All You Freepers!

    05/07/2003 8:48:47 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 3 replies · 126+ views
    5/7/2003 | Tov B. Brog
    As a relative newcomer to the Freeper community, I just wanted thank all of you for a great forum. Always terrific, thoughtful feedback!
  • Saadam, Osama and Elvis Using Same Pay Phone. Elvis not Happy.

    05/07/2003 8:34:38 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 11 replies · 181+ views
    Reuters ^ | 5/7/2003 | Reuters Staff
    Australian Paper Says It May Have New Saddam Tape Wed May 7, 2003 07:05 AM ET SYDNEY (Reuters) - An Australian newspaper said on Wednesday it had been handed an audiotape in Baghdad of a message, possibly from ousted leader Saddam Hussein, calling on the Iraqi people to wage a "secret" war against U.S. forces. The Sydney Morning Herald said it was handed the tape on Monday after the people in possession of it failed to pass it on to Arabic cable news network al-Jazeera. It said it would make the tape available to U.S. authorities on Wednesday, and also...
  • EU Gets Sanctions Go-Ahead Against U.S.

    05/07/2003 8:15:14 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 16 replies · 198+ views
    Reuters - Yahoo ^ | 5/7/2003 | Patrick Lannin and Richard Waddington
    EU Gets Sanctions Go-Ahead Against U.S. 9 minutes ago By Patrick Lannin and Richard Waddington BRUSSELS/GENEVA (Reuters) - The European Commission (news - web sites) gave the United States an autumn deadline on Wednesday to change disputed tax break laws for major corporations or face the threat of up to $4.0 billion in sanctions. The long-running row over an export scheme for U.S. majors such as Boeing and Microsoft is one of a series of EU-U.S. trade spats. It re-emerges days after the two pledged to work together to boost stalled global trade talks. "The Commission will review the situation...
  • The Tyranny of the 9th Circuit Continues: CA Gun Ban Upheld

    05/07/2003 7:53:27 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 58 replies · 293+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 5/6/2003 | Hil Anderson
    <p>SAN FRANCISCO, May 6 (UPI) -- A sharply divided federal appeals court in California Tuesday refused to reconsider its controversial ruling challenging the concept that the right to own any type of gun is automatically guaranteed by the Constitution.</p> <p>The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a request for a hearing before the full panel of judges on December's decision, meaning the matter will likely be taken to the United States Supreme Court where fuming gun advocates predicted it would be overturned.</p>
  • Arafat Still Obstacle to Mid-East Progress

    05/07/2003 7:37:41 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 2 replies · 90+ views
    The Jerusalem Post ^ | 5/1/2003 | Ehud Barak
    Mahmoud Abbas is a serious person and so is Muhammad Dahlan. They are two of the few in the Palestinian Authority who said publicly and repeatedly that the continued violence of the second intifada does not make sense from the Palestinian viewpoint, and that suicide bombings are not the right approach to deal with the Israelis. All this having been said, it will still be meaningless if they do not rise to the challenge that is facing them, namely the proof of the pudding is in the eating. If they will not wield all the executive power, if Arafat emerges...
  • Bush Administration Still Castigating France

    05/07/2003 7:27:40 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 60 replies · 260+ views
    Reuters ^ | 5/7/2003 | Reuters Staff
    Rice Says France, Germany Took NATO 'Hostage' Wed May 7, 2003 07:47 AM ET MADRID (Reuters) - U.S. national security adviser Condoleezza Rice disparaged France for taking NATO "hostage" over Iraq and for threatening smaller countries with reprisals if they backed Washington's war to oust Saddam Hussein. "Nobody should take NATO hostage," Rice said in an interview with four Spanish newspapers published on Wednesday. "It was very unsettling that Germany and France tried to prevent NATO from reinforcing the security of Turkey. There were many unsettling things in that process," she told Spanish national newspapers El Pais, El Mundo, ABC...
  • Radical Islam Comes Home to Roost in UK

    05/06/2003 8:35:09 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 6 replies · 86+ views
    The Hindustan Times ^ | 5/4/2003 | Vijay Dutt
    Panic has gripped the British intelligence and anti-terrorist squads with the revelation by one Hanif Butt, a self-styled recruiter of volunteers for jihad, that there are at least 50 potential suicide bombers in Britain. Butt also said that he knew both Asif Mohammad Hanif and Omar Khan Sharif, the two suicide bombers who targeted the seafront bar in Tel Aviv. "The number (of suicide bombers) is getting closer to 50. They are aged 17 to their late 30s," said Butt. He added that at least 20 of the 50 "were absolutely serious". Most of these are from Pakistan and Bangladesh...
  • Stop Giving Syria a Pass

    05/06/2003 8:25:58 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 19 replies · 74+ views
    The Jerusalem Post ^ | 5/4/2003 | Jerusalem Post Editorial Staff
    May. 4, 2003 Editorial: End 'plausible deniability' Advertisement In a classic Yiddish folktale, a rabbi advises a poor man who complains of overcrowding to bring his goat inside the house. Though puzzled, he goes along with bringing animal after animal inside. The rabbi's logic is finally revealed when he tells the man to remove all the animals, leaving a seemingly spacious house behind. Perhaps there is an Arabic version of this story, because Syrian President Bashar Assad seems to know it well. For years, Syria's strategy has been simple, foisting on the West as many "goats" as possible, so that...
  • Liberal Media Does Poor Job Covering Religion

    05/06/2003 8:22:41 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 1 replies · 82+ views
    The Weekly Standard ^ | 5/6/2003 | Fred barnes
    The Media Gets Religion The only problem is that, according to a new study, they get it wrong. by Fred Barnes 05/06/2003 12:00:00 AM Fred Barnes, executive editor YOU WOULDN'T THINK STUDENTS in a single college class could advance the debate on a major media issue. But they have. The issue is how the press covers religion. A class in religion at the University of Rochester did a detailed study of top newspapers and concluded, based on empirical evidence, that the media's performance on religion is woeful. The press plays up the negative (radical Islam, for example), largely ignores many...
  • Question

    04/30/2003 6:01:18 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 53 replies · 81+ views
    Can anyone give me a tutorial on the protocol here? What's a bump? What is bttt? Any other terms thaat might help Thanks
  • Liberal Moral Relativism Regarding Cuba

    04/30/2003 1:59:25 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 2 replies · 55+ views
    The Conservative Voice ^ | 4/30/2003 | Tov B. Brog
    Tov B. Brog © 2003 The Liberals' Moral Relativisim By Tov B. Brog April 30th 2003 – The Left has a curious way of sidestepping moral accountability.  Rather than engage in the intellectual challenge, albeit a not too terribly difficult one, of differentiating between degrees of good and evil, they simply trash the whole concept by claiming “no one is perfect, therefore no one can be judged”. Cuba was just elected to the UN Human Rights Commission, a body chaired by Libya, that standard-bearer of humanitarian virtues.  Ron Kuby, a liberal radio personality and local defense attorney, an icon...
  • The Anti-Choice Leftists

    04/25/2003 1:53:13 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 5 replies · 148+ views
    Bush Country ^ | 4/25/2003 | Tov B. Brog
    The Anti-Choice Left By Tov B. Brog As I read Tim Robbin’s whiny missive on the “unfairness” of being called to account for his public anti-war position, it occurred to me that the left is very quick to defend their own right to make any public declaration, no matter how egregious, while they take every opportunity to deny any number of choices to everyone else. Every America has the right to states his views, no matter how onerous they may be. By the same token, the rest of us have every right to refuse to listen. How best to refuse...
  • Tim Robbins Whines on Behalf of the Left

    04/24/2003 4:52:23 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 11 replies · 399+ views
    The Conservative Voice ^ | 4/24/2003 | Tov B. Brog
    Tov B. Brog © 2003 The Anti-Choice Left  By Tov B. Brog April 24th 2003 ? As I read Tim Robbin?s whiny missive on the ?unfairness? of being called to account for his public anti-war position, it occured to me that the left is very quick to defend their own right to make any public declaration, no matter how egregious, while they take every opportunity to deny any number of choices to everyone else. Every America has the right to states his views, no matter how onerous they may be.  By the same token, the rest of us have...
  • French Arms Sales to Iraq

    04/18/2003 5:25:18 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 73+ views
    The Conservative Voice ^ | 4/18/2003 | Tov B. Brog
    CONSERVATIVE VOICE "Freedom is never free" About Conservative Voice            Commentary           Links        Sign Guestbook        View Guestbook A Selection of Articles On French Military Trade With Saddam Iraq strengthens air force with French parts  - 3/7/2003French Selling Military Parts to Iraq - 3/11/2003Probe sought of French parts sales - 3/8/2003French Connection II - 3/20/2003The French: I’m Shocked, Shocked! - 4/21/2003The French and Russian connection - 4/14/2003Squirm, worm! - 4/18/2003Saddam's Arsenal - 2/13/2003A Vile Business - 3/24/2003Links to data on French companies that have supplied military technologies to Iraq in the past - various datesThousands...
  • French Collusion with Saddam

    04/18/2003 1:32:18 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 1 replies · 76+ views
    The Conservative Voice ^ | 2/18/2003 | Tov B. Brog
    CONSERVATIVE VOICE "Freedom is never free" Home    About Conservative Voice            Commentary           Links        Sign Guestbook        View Guestbook COMMENTARY The Immoral Cynicism of France and Germany By Tov B. Brog February 18, 2003 - Why are the French and Germans so determined in their opposition to the United States in our efforts against Saddam Hussein? A simple answer could be that they're jealous. Another might be that they're opposed in principle to the use of force. Well, maybe. But consider the cost of that opposition. The United States is one of Frances largest trading...
  • Liberal Media Can't Handle Our Victory

    04/17/2003 6:10:09 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 7 replies · 172+ views
    The Conservative Voice ^ | 4/13/2003 | Tov B. Brog
    Blind to Victory: How the Liberal Press Doesn’t Want to See the Dawn of a New American Century By Tov B. Brog April 13th 2003 – Our victory in Iraq is the result of one of the most audacious and successful military operations in history.  Even neglecting the certain degradation of the Iraqi army over the last decade of sanctions, the planning, command & control, flexibility, training and discipline required to move 100,000 troops 500 miles, across hostile terrain, to arrive at a destination ready to fight, is reflective of the finest military machine in human history. You wouldn’t know...
  • Stay the Course Mr. President

    04/16/2003 2:48:07 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 2 replies · 83+ views
    The Conservative Voice ^ | 4/1/3003 | Norman Turner
    Norman Turner © 2003 Please Mr. President – Don’t Give Away Our Victory By Norman Turner Now that victory is at hand the fact must be recognized that the face of both America and the world will be changed by it for generations. The present war with all of its long-term ramifications will be one of the major turning points in the history of this nation. The American people have been transformed by it and they will no longer accept the ways of the past.
  • The Proud(?) History of French Military Prowess and Courage

    04/16/2003 1:39:46 PM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 9 replies · 160+ views
    The Conservative Voice ^ | 4/16/2003 | Roger Lerseth
    VIVE LA FRANCE! By Roger Lerseth April 16th 2003 - I think the French have been grossly abused in all this talk about foreign policy. They did, after all, come to our aid in the American Revolutionary War. Their purpose for doing so, of course, remains a curiosity since a republic shortly thereafter overthrew the royal government that came to our aid...that shortly thereafter became a dictatorial empire. They DID hand us the Louisiana Purchase for a pittance (God love Napoleon!) and, happily, they kept the British busy in Europe in 1812 when we went through round two with the...
  • Keep the UN Out of Iraq!

    04/15/2003 7:15:55 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 6 replies · 126+ views
    The Conservative Voice ^ | 4/10/2003 | Norman Turner
    Norman Turner © 2003 Please Mr. President – Don’t Give Away Our Victory By Norman Turner Now that victory is at hand the fact must be recognized that the face of both America and the world will be changed by it for generations. The present war with all of its long-term ramifications will be one of the major turning points in the history of this nation. The American people have been transformed by it and they will no longer accept the ways of the past. Long held suspicions of anti-American motivations and actions by many of our traditional allies, some...
  • Lineral Bias in Iraq

    04/15/2003 7:02:46 AM PDT · by ConservativeVoice · 5 replies · 43+ views
    The Conservative Voice ^ | 4/13/2003 | Tov B. Brog
    Blind to Victory: How the Liberal Press Doesn’t Want to See the Dawn of a New American Century By Tov B. Brog April 13th 2003 – Our victory in Iraq is the result of one of the most audacious and successful military operations in history. Even neglecting the certain degradation of the Iraqi army over the last decade of sanctions, the planning, command & control, flexibility, training and discipline required to move 100,000 troops 500 miles, across hostile terrain, to arrive at a destination ready to fight, is reflective of the finest military machine in human history. You wouldn’t know...
  • The Turning Tide in Iraq

    04/01/2003 10:25:31 AM PST · by ConservativeVoice · 12 replies · 133+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | 4/1/2003 | Thomas W. Lippman
    In two attacks by Marines of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force north of Nasiriyah, Brooks said, "Approximately 100 tribal men joined with coalition forces in these attacks and resulted in the captures of enemy prisoners of war, weapons, the destruction of bunkers and the removal of explosives from a bridge-and there were no friendly casualties."
  • Saddam Urges Iraqis in TV Message to Hit Invaders

    04/01/2003 9:32:11 AM PST · by ConservativeVoice · 42 replies · 282+ views
    Reuters ^ | 4/1/2003 | Reuters Wire
    Saddam Urges Iraqis in TV Message to Hit Invaders 7 minutes ago Add World - Reuters to My Yahoo! BAGHDAD (Reuters) - President Saddam Hussein (news - web sites) said in a message to the Iraqi people Tuesday that jihad (holy war) was a religious duty and he urged them to fight invading U.S. and British troops wherever they found them. "Jihad is a duty. Whoever dies will be rewarded by heaven ... This is what God requested of you," said Saddam's message, read out on state television by Information Minister Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf. "Hit them, fight them ... Fight...
  • Basra Revolt

    03/25/2003 1:35:18 PM PST · by ConservativeVoice · 8 replies · 1+ views
    Reuters ^ | 3/25/2003 | By Nadim Ladki
    The British chief of staff at the headquarters of the U.S.-led invasion force said reports of residents on the streets of Iraq (news - web sites)'s second city suggested that a popular revolt might just have started there. "There are early indications that just might be started and we will be very keen to capitalize on it," Major General Peter Wall told reporters in Qatar. "We aren't seeing anything, we're just hearing reports that there are people who are appearing on the streets in significant numbers and who are essentially being less compliant with the regime than they are normally."
  • Iraqis faked Surrender In order to Ambush US Troops

    03/23/2003 11:34:00 AM PST · by ConservativeVoice · 44 replies · 226+ views
    Fox News
    According to Fox News, Iraqi solders have faked their surrender in order to ambush our troops.
  • The Future of the UN: Geneva

    03/17/2003 8:25:42 AM PST · by ConservativeVoice · 7 replies · 182+ views
    Conservative Voice ^ | 3/17/2003 | Tov B. Brog
    The Future of the UN: Geneva By Tov B. Brog March 16th 2003 - President Bush, get the US out of the UN! Here's an international body actively sabotaging our efforts to defend ourselves, all the while depending on this country for a home, 25% of its budget and, ultimately, its legitimacy. The UN creates artificial stumbling blocks to the legitimate self-defense of member states that abide by its outdated pie-in-the-sky charter. Outlaw states such Iraq, or Libya can ignore its edicts at will - and still get to chair this laughable organization's disarmament and human rights commissions. Law abiding...
  • French and German Complicity with Saddam

    02/20/2003 2:35:47 PM PST · by ConservativeVoice · 14 replies · 438+ views
    Conservative Voice ^ | 2/19/2003 | Tov B. Brog
    The Immoral Cynicism of France and Germany By Tov B. Brog February 18, 2003 - Why are the French and Germans so determined in their opposition to the United States in our efforts against Saddam Hussein? A simple answer could be that they're jealous. Another might be that they're opposed in principle to the use of force. Well, maybe. But consider the cost of that opposition. The United States is one of Frances largest trading partner, outside of the EU itself, buying over $31 billion in French goods every year. So, angering us over a matter of petty pride seems...