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  • No Nannies Need Apply

    07/19/2003 11:35:58 AM PDT · by aynfan · 3 replies · 238+ views
    Original | 6/18/03 | Robert Wolf
    NO NANNIES NEED APPLY by Robert Wolf We are not a democracy. As has often been said, democracy is two wolves and a sheep arguing about what is for dinner. We are (or were meant to be) a Federal Republic, a collaboration of autonomous states headed by a deliberately shackled Federal government. As citizen of this Federal republic we should be permitted to manage our own risk and to pursue our own destiny; free of the meddling of those who think fast food is bad for us, that motorcyclists must wear helmets, or that we should split up into multi-cultural...
  • Post the pictures of our compassionate troops helping Iraqi troops surrending here.

    03/21/2003 10:26:56 AM PST · by Hootch · 9 replies · 373+ views
    WWW.SELF.COM ^ | 3/21/2003 | Self
    As an American, it makes me so proud to see how professional our troops are in the way they wage war and the way they accept the surrendering troops and provide aid. Please post any pictures you find of surrendering Iraqis and Coalition Troops providing medical or humanitarian aid here.
  • Defining "Patriotic Liberalism" (BARF alert!)

    02/28/2003 7:15:42 AM PST · by ReleaseTheHounds · 8 replies · 137+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | Feb. 28, 2003 | E.J. Dionne, Jr.
    In his new book on the Bush presidency, "The Right Man," former Bush speechwriter David Frum offers an analysis of "compassionate conservatism" that includes a nice throwaway line about liberals. "Bush described himself as a 'compassionate conservative,' " Frum writes, "which sounded less like a philosophy than a marketing slogan: Love conservatism but hate arguing about abortion? Try our new compassionate conservatism -- great ideological taste, now with less controversy." Then came Frum's line on liberals: "Conservatives disliked the 'compassionate conservative' label in the same way that people on the left would dislike it if a Democratic candidate for president...
  • Bush's Focus on Antidrug Ministry Irks Some

    02/23/2003 1:13:33 PM PST · by unspun · 6 replies · 216+ views
    New York Times ^ | 2/23/2003 | Laurie Goodstein
    Jonathan Cohen for The New York Times Tonja Myles preaching at a meeting of Set Free Indeed, a Christian ministry for drug abusers in Baton Rouge. "The same God who delivered me can do the same for you," said Mrs. Myles, a former addict herself. February 23, 2003 Bush's Focus on Antidrug Ministry Irks SomeBy LAURIE GOODSTEIN ATON ROUGE ? On a recent Friday night, cars began arriving at Healing Place, a megachurch on the outskirts of town that from the road looks more like a big-box retail store than a place of worship. Into the sanctuary of the church...
  • A Bold Beginning (President Bush's Economic Plan)

    01/08/2003 7:01:44 AM PST · by Isara · 23 replies · 306+ views
    INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY ^ | Wednesday, January 8, 2003 | Editorial
    A Bold Beginning INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILYStimulus: We may quibble with some aspects of the president's growth-and-jobs plan. But overall, it's the broader, more-ambitious approach we were hoping for.The plan also strikes us as being thoughtful, innovative and - true again to President's Bush's word - compassionately conservative.For conservatives, the president hit most of the right notes in setting it up Tuesday. He noted (usefully) that our economic system is still the "most promising, creative and productive the world has ever seen." He stressed (sagely) that it's best served by leaving more money in the hands of the people, not the...
  • A conservative's view of compassion

    12/25/2002 8:38:52 AM PST · by listenhillary · 28 replies · 394+ views
    12/25/02 | Listenhillary
    A conservative's view of compassion 12/25/02 Martin Luther King August 1963 "I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character." This is what I and most conservatives that I know hold as the most important statement that Martin Luther King made in his speech. Why do we remember this one line? We remember because it is what see when we envision a color blind equal society. We remember in hope that we will someday live...
  • Don't Ask Me Why, But ... (3)

    12/06/2002 7:20:23 PM PST · by dts32041 · 5 replies · 220+ views
    News Max | 2 Dec 2002 | Norman Liebmann
    Don't Ask Me Why, But ... (3) Norman Liebmann Monday Dec. 2, 2002 Don't ask me why, but now that he is discredited and out of office, Robert Torricelli, more than ever, is a symbol of the Democrat Party. Don't ask me why, but it's only a matter of time until peacenik do-gooder Shimon Peres demands the Knesset set aside a day to celebrate Yasser Arafat's bar mitzvah. Don't ask me why, but Bush has begun to resemble a real President since he quit flooding the American consciousness with the word "compassionate." Don't ask me why, but the blacks seem...
  • Abortion Advocates vs. the ABA on Priscilla Owen

    09/18/2002 7:37:13 PM PDT · by Freemeorkillme · 2 replies · 191+ views
    CWA library ^ | July 11, 2002 | Thomas Jipping
    Abortion Advocates vs. the ABA on Priscilla Owen By Thomas Jipping July 16, 2002 To: Interested Parties From: Thomas L. Jipping, J.D. Senior Fellow in Legal Studies Re: Abortion Advocates vs. the ABA on Justice Priscilla Owen Date: July 11, 2002 On May 9, 2001, President Bush nominated Priscilla Owen, currently on the Texas Supreme Court, to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Abortion advocates are among her most staunch opponents and harshest critics. The endorsement by one of America’s most prominent liberal, pro-abortion organizations, however, exposes the political, extremist nature of the opposition. Opposition to Justice...
  • The War Bush Is Losing [Mark Steyn]

    08/27/2002 10:47:21 AM PDT · by That Subliminal Kid · 11 replies · 207+ views
    The Spectator ^ | 08-24-02 | Mark Steyn
    FEATURES The war Bush is losing Mark Steyn on America’s abject surrender to multi-cultural madness The other day, the National Education Association — i.e., the teachers’ union —announced their plans for the anniversary of 11 September: an attractive series of lessons and projects augmented by public TV documentaries and sponsored by Johnson & Johnson. From the company’s point of view, the sponsorship makes perfect sense: many of us have already gone out and bought a couple of extra crates of Johnson’s Baby Lotion, Extra-Strength Tylenol, etc., to deal with the blinding headaches and intense rectal irritation brought on merely...
  • U.S. Plan Addresses Homelessness (Bush Administration strategy to end chronic homelessness)

    07/21/2002 6:40:01 PM PDT · by Sandy · 21 replies · 546+ views
    FindLaw/AP ^ | 7/19/02 | Genaro C. Armas
    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Bush administration outlined a $35 million initiative Friday to stamp out chronic homelessness, targeting people with addictions or disabilities, who have lived on the streets for over a year.The effort reallocates existing funding from three federal agencies - Housing and Urban Development, Health and Human Services and the Veterans Administration - into programs that provide permanent housing and social services for the homeless.HUD Secretary Mel Martinez said he would like to eliminate chronic homelessness within 10 years."This joint collaboration on homelessness has never been tried before. Yet it makes perfect sense," Martinez said in a...
  • Caption this "Inner-City Compassion Rally" Pic!

    07/01/2002 8:56:58 PM PDT · by Registered · 22 replies · 195+ views
    AP-Yahoo ^ | 07.02.02 | AP
    Labeled by the White House as "The Inner-City Compassion Rally", President Bush promotes his domestic policy programs during a visit to Cleveland, Ohio, Monday, July 1, 2002. Bush plans a series of day-trips this week to renew his "compassionate conservatism" agenda, beginning in Cleveland where the U.S. Supreme Court recently upheld that city's school voucher plan, an education idea championed by the Bush administration. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) BUSH: "I'm gonna give ya'll a pile of taxpayer's money this high!"
  • Compassionate conservatism is about socialism, not Americanism.

    06/20/2002 10:36:51 PM PDT · by Boucheau · 21 replies · 1,529+ views
    NewsMax.com ^ | June 20, 2002 | Steve Farrell
    Stiff Right JabJust Taxation: An Early American Primer Steve Farrell June 20, 2002 Sad fact of life: The current administration, and the "conservative" party that backs it, has an out-of-control penchant for multiplying your tax burden. All propaganda aside: Compassionate conservatism is about socialism, not Americanism. From AIDS relief for Africans, to foreign loan "forgiveness" plans for deadbeat nations, to multimillion-dollar poppy reduction subsidy programs for Afghan farmers, to U.N. donations that end up in the hands of Palestinian terrorists, to welfare benefits for illegal immigrants, to school vouchers for poor kids - but not your kids, to prescriptions...
  • Compassionate Party is the New Conservatives And we are voting the Liberal Democrats Out

    04/18/2002 12:09:20 PM PDT · by TLBSHOW · 26 replies · 322+ views
    4/17/2002 | TLBSHOW
    Compassionate Party is the New Conservatives And we are telling the Liberal Democrats to Get Out Compassionate Party is the New Conservatives of this New Century Compassionate Conservatives is the new era. This November the Compassionate Conservatives will win this country. The time has come to take America back from the democrats that do nothing all day but try and chip away at America. They work 24/7 to do this. Sick mental people do this. People that have nothing but their ignorance of America and why they even have freedom to almost bring this country down so they can replace...