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  • Obama's Secret Fear,A Reagan/Romney Recovery That Will Embarrass Him And Most Democrats.

    10/27/2012 4:16:06 PM PDT · by Who_Ate_My_Dog · 29 replies
    Yet Obama,and his "Lying Commentators" on every news outlet has been trying to convince America that if Romney is elected,the economy will collapse.And who could possibly be buying all that "Obama B.S." that Romney is a Bush Clone who will input the exact same policies? THAT GOT US HERE IN THE FIRST PLACE? Really? When we all know that it was "Democratic Housing Policies" that caused the collapse of 2008.Never the less,assuming Romney wins and things turn around in a "V-Shape" recovery,Every Demorat That Bitched&Bitched About Romney's Economic Plan Will Be Ridiculed For Life!
  • Newt Gingrich Campaign Memo Says Race Going To June: 'Buckle Up'

    03/13/2012 2:43:16 PM PDT · by VinL · 18 replies
    newt.org ^ | 3-13-12 | Evan
    TO: Newt 2012 Campaign Staff.... FROM: Randy Evans, Senior Adviser and Martin Baker, National Political Director DATE: March 13, 2012 SUBJECT: An Historical Nomination Process Underway Notwithstanding the conventional wisdom that dominates the news media, Newt Gingrich is well positioned to win the GOP nomination and here’s why. Today’s contests in Alabama, American Samoa, Hawaii, and Mississippi are big, but it’s still early. Louisiana, on March 24th, will actually be “halftime” in the race for the GOP nomination. Heading into Louisiana, states with delegates totaling 1,141 will have decided – just short of the 1,144 needed for the nomination. It...
  • T Boone Pickens new ad bashes Arab oil

    01/20/2010 8:09:58 AM PST · by PapaBear3625 · 39 replies · 793+ views
    Fox and Friends TV segment this morning | 1/20/2010
    On "Fox and Friends" this morning, they were talking about T Boone Pickens new ad, which talks about our dependence on oil imported from hostile Arab countries. I The video can be seen here (Ignore the bashing text, and scroll down to the video)
  • Obama: "We cannot fully know" motive of Ft. Hood shooter; in address on killings, president....

    11/07/2009 5:27:53 AM PST · by gusopol3 · 130 replies · 3,276+ views
    Washington Examiner ^ | November 7, 2009 | Byron York
    President Obama says "we cannot fully know" what led Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan to kill 13 people and wound 38 others at Fort Hood, Texas Thursday. Hasan reportedly shouted "Allahu Akbar!" before the killings, wrote Internet postings justifying Muslim suicide bombings, considered U.S. forces the enemy, and opposed American involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan as wars on Islam. His rampage at Ft. Hood has the markings of an act of Islamic terrorism. But in his weekly address, Obama says, "We cannot fully know what leads a man to do such a thing."
  • Statement Opposing Resolution on Iran

    06/20/2009 2:43:51 PM PDT · by GoldStandard · 75 replies · 2,471+ views
    House.gov ^ | 06/19/2009 | Ron Paul
    I rise in reluctant opposition to H Res 560, which condemns the Iranian government for its recent actions during the unrest in that country. While I never condone violence, much less the violence that governments are only too willing to mete out to their own citizens, I am always very cautious about “condemning” the actions of governments overseas. As an elected member of the United States House of Representatives, I have always questioned our constitutional authority to sit in judgment of the actions of foreign governments of which we are not representatives. I have always hesitated when my colleagues rush...
  • Thought Police Stifle Talk of Islam

    01/09/2009 8:27:05 AM PST · by AJKauf · 7 replies · 543+ views
    Pajamas Media ^ | January 9 | David Rusin
    When President Roosevelt addressed Congress after Pearl Harbor, he cited Japan fifteen times in a speech of five hundred words. When President Bush did the same after 9/11, he uttered “Islam” or “Muslim” more sparingly — just eleven times in a speech of three thousand words. And when Senators Obama and McCain spoke at the respective conventions and debates, asking to be entrusted with America’s security, not a single reference to Islam could be found. “Language shapes the way we think, and determines what we can think about,” noted linguist Benjamin Lee Whorf. Based on the language used by Western...
  • US Eyes Iraq Oil: Blix

    11/07/2007 10:11:13 AM PST · by gandalftb · 42 replies · 129+ views
    IslamOnline.net & ABC Radio National ^ | Wed. Nov. 7, 2007 | staff
    SYDNEY — Former chief UN weapons inspector Hans Blix, here to receive the Sydney Peace Prize, believes the US plans to stay long in Iraq to guarantee the flow of oil supplies and to keep a close eye on neighboring Iran."One fear I would have is that the US has a hidden thought to remain in Iraq," Blix told the Australian radio."One reason why they wanted in was that they felt they must leave Saudi Arabia. After the Gulf War in 1991, they left their troops in Saudi Arabia to protect pipelines,". "And when they felt they could no longer...
  • British Prime Minister Bans Use of 'Muslim' in Connection With Terrorism (Then who's the enemy?)

    07/04/2007 11:52:34 AM PDT · by tobyhill · 55 replies · 1,014+ views
    Fox News ^ | 7/4/2007 | Fox news
    British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has instructed his ministers not to use the word "Muslim" in connection with the recent terrorist incidents in Glasgow and London, the Daily Express reports. The phrase "War on Terror" has also been dropped in an effort to improve community relations with the nation's Islamic community, the paper reported.
  • Edwards' Peculiar Brand of Patriotism

    06/04/2007 6:07:05 PM PDT · by lancer256 · 9 replies · 715+ views
    davidlimbaugh.com ^ | 06/04/07 | david limbaugh
    I watched parts of the Democratic presidential debate, then downloaded the transcript. Of all the column fodder it contained, I was particularly taken by two responses of John Edwards that, I believe, fairly represent the Democratic Party's wrongheaded foreign policy worldview. His statements were at the beginning and end of the evening, and served as figurative bookends that nicely frame the Democrats' curious attitude toward this great nation they seek to lead. They tell us all we need to know about these would-be commanders in chief: that we cannot afford to have them anywhere near the Oval Office, especially as...
  • Edwards Denounces War on Terror as a 'Bumper Sticker' Slogan'

    05/23/2007 10:20:41 AM PDT · by Lucky9teen · 34 replies · 1,048+ views
    IN SPEECH, JOHN EDWARDS DENOUNCES WAR ON TERROR, CALLING IT A 'BUMPER STICKER' SLOGAN...
  • For Columbia, A Chill on Hill

    05/10/2007 6:42:51 AM PDT · by Truth29 · 7 replies · 707+ views
    New York Post ^ | May 10, 2007 | Robert D. Novak
      FOR COLOMBIA, A CHILL ON HILL By ROBERT D. NOVAK May 10, 2007 -- COLOMBIA'S President Alvaro Uribe re turned to Bogota this week in a state of shock. His three-day visit to Washington to win over Democrats in Congress was described by one U.S. supporter as "catastrophic." Colombian sources said Uribe was stunned by the ferocity of his Democratic opponents, and Vice President Francisco Santos publicly talked about cutting U.S.-Colombian ties. (snip) dictator Hugo Chavez can only exult in Uribe's embarrassment as he builds an anti-U.S. bloc. (snip) A truer portent of the Colombian reaction to the rebuff...
  • Ron Paul Not a Myth

    04/30/2007 9:14:44 AM PDT · by Austin Willard Wright · 241 replies · 2,354+ views
    FXSTREET.COM ^ | April 20, 2007 | Axel Merk
    We published an analysis on “Dollar Myths” in which we criticized spending habits in Washington: "Interestingly, nobody seemed to focus on the fact that there is an unconventional solution to foreigners holding too much of our debt: live within your means and do not issue debt. Such an old fashioned concept would indeed strengthen the dollar. Unfortunately, none of the presidential candidates at either side of the aisle seem to have heard of this notion." We missed that there is indeed a presidential candidate who believes in the old fashioned view to “live within your means.” Our apologies go to...
  • Foreclosure rates likely to stay high [TEXAS]

    12/28/2006 8:46:51 PM PST · by Dubya · 20 replies · 758+ views
    STAR-TELEGRAM ^ | Dec. 28, 2006 | ANDREA JARES
    Foreclosures in 2006 reached levels not seen since the real-estate crash of the late 1980s, and it doesn’t look like they’re coming down anytime soon. “There is no reason for the foreclosures to actually drop significantly,” said George Roddy, president of Foreclosure Listing Service, which tracks foreclosure postings. About 1,000 properties in Tarrant County were scheduled for auction every month this year, with about 40 percent to 50 percent of them actually sold on the courthouse steps, according to Roddy’s company. Many avoided foreclosure by selling their houses beforehand, reaching agreements with their lenders or filing for bankruptcy protection. Roddy...
  • Ten Commandments stunner: Ten Commandments stunner: Feds lying at Supreme Court

    11/13/2006 10:57:02 PM PST · by B4Ranch · 199 replies · 4,353+ views
    worldnetdaily.com ^ | November 14, 2006 | Bob Unruh
    FAITH UNDER FIRE Ten Commandments stunner: Feds lying at Supreme Court Government tells modern visitors it's Bill of Rights being honored Every argument before the U.S. Supreme Court and every opinion the judges deliver comes in the presence of the Ten Commandments, God's law given to Moses on a fire-scorched mountain, and now represented for the United States in the very artwork embedded in the high court structure. In today's world of revisionist history, the proof comes through the work of a California pastor who visited the Supreme Court building recently when he was in Washington and was surprised that...
  • Why Darwinism Is Doomed

    09/27/2006 9:56:09 AM PDT · by SirLinksalot · 1,194 replies · 12,529+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 09/27/2006 | Jonathan Wells
    Why Darwinism is doomed -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted: September 27, 2006 1:00 a.m. Eastern By Jonathan Wells, Ph.D. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- © 2006 Harvard evolutionary biologist Stephen Jay Gould wrote in 1977: "Biology took away our status as paragons created in the image of God." Darwinism teaches that we are accidental byproducts of purposeless natural processes that had no need for God, and this anti-religious dogma enjoys a taxpayer-funded monopoly in America's public schools and universities. Teachers who dare to question it openly have in many cases lost their jobs. The issue here is not "evolution" – a broad term that can mean simply...
  • Freep This Poll! (MSNBC)

    08/31/2006 12:53:41 PM PDT · by cjsdoc · 15 replies · 643+ views
    http://www.MSNBC.com ^ | 8/31/06 | CJSDOC
    Poll about whether or not Islamofacism is a 'real' threat.
  • When the “Terrorist” Dog Has Five legs.

    08/30/2006 1:13:13 PM PDT · by Mongeaux · 24 replies · 1,474+ views
    The Hairy Beast Blog ^ | August 30, 2006 – 4:08 pm | The Hairy beast
    Abe Lincoln once posited an interesting conundrum: Q. If you call a tail a leg, how many legs has a dog? A. Four. Calling a tail a leg doesn’t make it a leg! It apears that every few months or so a five-legged dog decides to run amok in our country and kill people - often of Jewish extraction - prompting the media to do its best to withhold certain details which might cause the public to jump to certain wildly unreasonable conclusions. Case in point: yesterday a 29 year old man in San Fransisco was arrested on 14 counts...
  • Bush Administration Quietly Plans NAFTA Super Highway

    06/12/2006 6:23:16 AM PDT · by conservativecorner · 776 replies · 15,005+ views
    Human Events ^ | June 12, 2006 | Jerome Corsi
    Quietly but systematically, the Bush Administration is advancing the plan to build a huge NAFTA Super Highway, four football-fields-wide, through the heart of the U.S. along Interstate 35, from the Mexican border at Laredo, Tex., to the Canadian border north of Duluth, Minn. Once complete, the new road will allow containers from the Far East to enter the United States through the Mexican port of Lazaro Cardenas, bypassing the Longshoreman’s Union in the process. The Mexican trucks, without the involvement of the Teamsters Union, will drive on what will be the nation’s most modern highway straight into the heart of...
  • Jihad Denial in Toronto

    06/07/2006 12:50:58 AM PDT · by croak · 35 replies · 994+ views
    The irony was delicious. The lead paragraph of the Toronto Star story on this week’s terror arrests in Canada was: “In investigators’ offices, an intricate graph plotting the links between the 17 men and teens charged with being members of a homegrown terrorist cell covers at least one wall. And still, says a source, it is difficult to find a common denominator.” But illustrating the story was a photo of two women in full Islamic dress, their faces entirely covered except for a slit for their eyes. Difficult to find a common denominator? The investigators could have found it in...
  • Montenegro is no one's junior partner

    05/03/2006 10:18:06 AM PDT · by mark502inf · 84 replies · 1,343+ views
    Financial Times ^ | 3 May 2006 | Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic
    The bloody collapse of Yugoslavia shamed Europe. But those of us who live in the Balkans know particularly well that dismantling that artificial state involved a series of murderous ethnic and religious wars and cost at least 100,000 lives, while hundreds of thousands had to flee their homes. This is not to mention the physical devastation. Such appalling and widespread massacres and ethnic cleansing Europe had not seen since the defeat of Nazism. There is, however, one positive story from those dreadful years. It involves my own small but fiercely proud multi-ethnic country, Montenegro, which was wiped off the map...
  • Chertoff plays down border incursion reports [January 18, 2006]

    04/19/2006 2:28:03 PM PDT · by robowombat · 54 replies · 1,195+ views
    News Clip from Daily Bulletin ^ | 01-18-06 | Mason Stockstill
    Chertoff plays down border incursion reports By Mason Stockstill, Staff Writer Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff on Wednesday played down reports outlining hundreds of border incursions by the Mexican military over the last 10 years. Chertoff, speaking to reporters in Washington, D.C., acknowledged that the Border Patrol has long known of crossings by uniformed troops, which some agents in border states say shows a level of collusion between Mexican military officers and drug-smuggling cartels. But he suggested that many of the incursions could have been innocent mistakes -- such as authorities in Mexico crossing into the United States in desert...
  • ‘Dateline’ segment not focusing on NASCAR [Looking for other venues]

    04/07/2006 11:49:07 AM PDT · by Alouette · 30 replies · 1,123+ views
    MSNBC ^ | Apr. 7, 2006
    Racing circuit was angered by crew visiting Martinsville track for story NBC tried to dispel rumors that it was investigating NASCAR for a segment on anti-Muslim sentiment in the United States, saying the focus of the story will be a widespread look across the country. "Dateline is not planning a story about NASCAR," the network said in a release Thursday. "We are following up on a recent poll and other articles indicating an increase in anti-Muslim sentiment in the United States. ... The NASCAR race at Martinsville was a stop we have made in our research on this story, which...
  • Dutch see home-grown terrorism threat growing

    03/30/2006 10:48:20 AM PST · by knighthawk · 6 replies · 487+ views
    Reuters ^ | March 30 2006 | Wendel Broere
    THE HAGUE, March 30 (Reuters) - The threat of terrorism in the Netherlands increasingly comes from home-grown Islamist militants who could strike at any time without orders from abroad, the Dutch intelligence service said on Thursday. The Netherlands, shaken by the violent murder of a filmmaker in 2004 seen as critical of Islam, still faces a substantial threat despite the sentencing of nine young men to jail terms earlier this month for belonging to a group that threatened terrorist crimes, the service's chief said. The Netherlands' security alert level has been at "substantial" since the bombing attacks in London on...
  • Darwin: Headed for the Ash-Heap

    03/14/2006 1:37:33 PM PST · by joyspring777 · 768 replies · 7,592+ views
    And Rightlyso...Conservative Book Club ^ | 1-20-2006 | Jeffrey Rubin
    Of the three intellectual pillars of modern liberalism -- Marx, Darwin, and Freud -- only one is still standing. Marx fell in 1989, along with the Berlin Wall. Freud's demise is more difficult to date; suffice it to say that, by the end of the century, no one, with the possible exception of Woody Allen, took him seriously any more. Darwin, I predict, will suffer a similar fate within the next ten to fifteen years. That may seem counterintuitive in light of recent legal and public-relations setbacks suffered by critics of Darwinism -- notably a federal judge's decision forbidding the...
  • "The evolution wars" in Time [Time Magazine's cover story]

    08/13/2005 3:49:15 PM PDT · by PatrickHenry · 753 replies · 5,996+ views
    The cover story of the August 15, 2005, issue of Time magazine is Claudia Wallis's "The evolution wars" -- the first cover story on the creationism/evolution controversy in a major national newsweekly in recent memory. With "When Bush joined the fray last week, the question grew hotter: Is 'intelligent design' a real science? And should it be taught in schools?" as its subhead, the article, in the space of over 3000 words, reviews the current situation in detail. Highlights of the article include: A photomontage -- available only in the print edition -- on p. 26 and half of p....
  • Big Bang Scam Evolutionists Need To Be Smacked Upside The Head With A Board From Noah's Ark

    06/15/2005 8:02:26 AM PDT · by joeclarke · 62 replies · 1,398+ views
    JoeClarke.Net ^ | 06/15/2005 | JoeClarke
    Big Bang - Big Scam, Or Sometimes Evolutionists Need To Be Smacked Upside The Head With A Board From Noah's Ark \In the Great Debate that has the Public Fool System fighting any challenge to the Theory Of Evolution, we must remember that many jobs - especially in Universities - would be at risk for the profs and their underlings - who must defend the THEORY, or find a more honest occupation elsewhere. An Intelligent Designer (why not just say God?) advocate on the college campus is scoffed at as a latter day Ptolemy, who believed that the earth was...
  • Off Track in Iraq (ZOT!!! Another casualty of Troll Influenza).

    12/22/2004 10:47:05 AM PST · by stomach flu · 111 replies · 2,671+ views
    So, how are things going elsewhere in Iraq? Despite the fact that it's clearly uncool these days for people to ask "tough questions," even when they're asked to, some news is still leaking out. For example, according to the London Times, the US Army is "plagued by desertion and plunging morale" - apparently more than 5,000 soldiers have deserted since the war began, and "For the first time in a decade, the Army National Guard missed its recruitment target this year." The Times article goes on, "Experts are divided over how stretched America’s military really is. But they agree that...
  • THIS PRESIDENTIAL RACE HAS NEVER BEEN NECK AND NECK

    10/28/2004 3:53:16 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 60 replies · 4,124+ views
    GOPUSA ^ | OCTOBER 28, 2004 | DEBBIE DANIEL
    This Presidential Race Has Never Been Neck and Neck By Debbie Daniel October 27, 2004 How about defining it as being cut off at the knees . . . and then told to run? How about hands tied behind the back . . . and then expected to lead the nation? Now I know why George Bush calls on the name of Jesus. George Bush has been brought to his knees since Al Gore called him back on election night 2000 to say, "I've changed my mind, I'm not conceding the race." And from that point on . . ....
  • DFU SONG: Battle Cry of Freedom (Kerry and liberals = the parasites of freedom)

    03/04/2004 9:07:52 PM PST · by doug from upland · 5 replies · 222+ views
    DFU SONG PARODIES | 3-2004 | Lyrics, Doug from Upland
    http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Troy/6084/ MIDI - BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM (slow tempo musical intro) In the streets they shriek and roar...we can't count on them in war They are the parasites of freedom We were hit on our homeland...they hide their heads in the sand They are the parasites of freedom The lessons elude them throughout history They just pretend that freedom is free We were hit on our homeland...they hide their heads in the sand They are the parasites of freedom Fools don't know they want us dead...by John Kerry they are led They are the parasites of freedom He says there's...
  • Boeing to shut down 757 jetliner production in late 2004 (Locke not concerned)

    10/16/2003 6:27:40 PM PDT · by BurbankKarl · 16 replies · 179+ views
    Seattle Times ^ | 10/16/2003 | Elizabeth M. Gillespie
    Boeing to shut down 757 jetliner production in late 2004 By Elizabeth M. Gillespie The Associated Press SEATTLE — Gov. Gary Locke and two of the state's leading economists predict that Boeing's decision to quit making its 757 jet will not deal much of a blow to Washington's economy. Speaking from China, where he was on a weeklong trade mission, Locke said many workers are expected to find jobs elsewhere in the company or will leave through natural attrition. "This is part of the natural evolution of the Boeing models," Locke said today, noting that the aerospace giant stopped building...
  • NYT OP-ED:No Connection Between Suicide Terrorism & Islamic Fundamentalism (!!??)

    09/23/2003 10:37:59 PM PDT · by the_greatest_country_ever · 5 replies · 619+ views
    The New York Times | September 22, 2003 | Robert Pape
    Dying to Kill Us By ROBERT A. PAPE CHICAGO — Suicide terrorism has been on the rise around the world for two decades, but there is great confusion as to why. Since many such attacks — including, of course, those of Sept. 11, 2001 — have been perpetrated by Muslim terrorists professing religious motives, it might seem obvious that Islamic fundamentalism is the central cause. This presumption has fueled the belief that future 9/11's can be avoided only by a wholesale transformation of Muslim societies, which in turn was a core reason for broad public support of the invasion of...