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  • Alinsky's daughter: Here's the truth about Hillary the media won't tell you

    08/27/2016 7:37:36 PM PDT · by amorphous · 63 replies
    Conservative Review ^ | 25 August 2016 | Jen Kuznicki
    In 1993, the president of Wellesley College approved a new rule upon being contacted by Bill Clinton’s White House. The rule stated that all senior theses written by a president or first lady of the United States would be kept under lock and key. The rule was meant to keep the public ignorant about the radical ties of the first lady, Hillary Rodham Clinton, to the radical Marxist organizer, Saul Alinsky. The 92-page thesis was titled, “There is only the fight…: An Analysis of the Alinsky Model.” The thesis became unlocked after the Clintons left the White House and is...
  • Why I Support Donald Trump

    03/29/2016 6:52:15 PM PDT · by MaxistheBest · 100 replies
    The Federalist ^ | 03/29/2016 | Timm Amundson
    Since I consider myself a traditional conservative, many friends of mine, on both the Right and the Left, are puzzled by my unwavering support for Donald Trump. Their bewilderment is understandable. Trump is often rude and obnoxious. His demeanor can be arrogant and dismissive. At times, he comports himself as reckless and willing to lash out prematurely, prior to fully understanding all of the facts at hand. To put it simply, he is a “wrecking ball.” Still, given all of this baggage, I have my feet planted firmly in Camp Trump. But why? How can a principled, pragmatic, deliberate conservative...
  • Trump's strongest Republican supporters: Registered Democrats?

    12/31/2015 5:54:01 PM PST · by Kaslin · 229 replies
    Hot ^ | December 31, 2015 | ALLAHPUNDIT
    That’s odd. What could Democrats possibly see in a lifelong true conservative like Donald Trump? There’s something for everyone in Nate Cohn’s new post. If you’re a Trump fan, here’s the smoking gun that he really is a new Reagan, the guy who’s going to broaden the tent and sweep to victory in November by bringing centrist Democrats into the GOP. If you’re a Trump critic, here’s further proof that he’s the RINO of RINOs, a man who’s blended nationalism, center-left economics, and Jacksonian foreign policy into something that tastes better to members of the other party than it does...
  • Emails show Clinton's interest in arming Libyan rebels despite prohibitions

    05/28/2015 1:05:09 PM PDT · by CutePuppy · 32 replies
    FoxNews ^ | 2015 May 28 | Catherine Herridge, Pamela Browne
    Recently released emails detail then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's interest in arming Libyan opposition groups using private security contractors before the fall of Muammar Qaddafi in 2011 – though at the time, the opposition was not formally recognized by the U.S. or United Nations, which prohibited arming without following strict guidelines and oversight. The issue remains so sensitive that the emails recently released by the State Department redacted a key line on the matter. But the unredacted version of the same email, released to the congressional Benghazi Select Committee and first posted by The New York Times last Thursday, showed...
  • Reject the Premise That Bush Lied About Iraq.

    05/18/2015 5:40:06 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 45 replies
    Rush ^ | May 18, 2015 | Rush Limbaugh
    RUSH: It's Josh in Williamsburg, Virginia. Great to have you, sir. Hello. Appreciate your patience. CALLER: Hey, Rush. Thanks for taking my call. So I want to do two things. The first is to say that Jeb Bush's answer to Megyn Kelly's initial question was not necessarily wrong. He could validly have that answer to her question. The second is to -- RUSH: Wait a minute, Josh. What -- CALLER: Yeah. RUSH: Just refresh people's -- what did he say? What was his answer to that first question? He would do it all over again, right? CALLER: Yeah. So the...
  • One Doctor’s Viral Letter Exposes the Harrowing Reality of Obamacare’s ‘War Against Doctors’

    03/28/2014 5:34:06 AM PDT · by afraidfortherepublic · 38 replies
    IJReview ^ | 3-28-14 | Emily Hulsey
    In an address to the House on Wednesday, Alabama Representative Mo Brooks read aloud a letter sent to him by Dr. Marlin Gill of Decatur. The letter holds nothing back while detailing the excessive costs and regulations that Dr. Gill calls Obamacare’s “war against doctors.” Here is the full text of the letter, courtesy of Rep. Brooks’ office: Dear Congressman Brooks, As a practicing family physician, I plead for help against what I can best characterize as Washington’s war against doctors. The medical profession has never before remotely approached today’s stress, work hours, wasted costs, decreased efficiency, and declining ability...
  • (Vanity)The World is Big and Scary, and I am Small

    06/29/2012 7:58:35 PM PDT · by Conservaliberty · 78 replies
    Vanity | self
    I am 25 years old. That is pretty young, in the grand scheme of things. Still, I am an adult--I am married, I am a voter, I am a short, I am a grown up. But the recent news stories have reduced me to a cowering five-year-old, wanting to hide in my father's lap. But, I am a grown up now, and there is nobody's lap to hide in. Watching the news stories, I keep thinking of my history classes. I remember being shocked at some of the things that happened in history, being offended by them, being glad...
  • The Healthcare Myths We Must Confront

    06/29/2012 7:28:02 PM PDT · by neverdem · 21 replies
    The American ^ | June 29, 2012 | Cliff Asness
    As debate about whether ObamaCare is a good idea continues, rejecting four major misconceptions about healthcare is crucial to any chance of our eventually emerging with a better system. In the wake of the Supreme Court’s ObamaCare decision, we must refocus. The Court’s decision was never about whether ObamaCare was a good idea, only about whether it was constitutional. The Court found a convoluted way to uphold the law.That’s done, but the debate on whether ObamaCare’s provisions are good ideas will continue. To date, this debate has been unable to shake off a lot of mythology—things believed about healthcare and...
  • What is Fair

    03/21/2012 3:50:04 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 13 replies ^ | March 21, 2012 | John Stossel
    President Obama says he want to make society more fair. Advocates of big government believe fairness means taking from rich people and giving to others: poor people; or people who do things politicians approve of, like making "green" energy equipment (Solyndra); or old people (even rich ones) through Social Security and Medicare. The idea that government can "make life fair" is intuitively appealing to people -- at least until they think about it. I'll try to help. Obama says fairness requires higher taxes, but as The Wall Street Journal's Stephen Moore asks, "Is it fair that the richest 10 percent...
  • Political Rope-A-Dope

    03/21/2012 3:56:22 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 6 replies · 1+ views ^ | March 21, 2012 | Walter E. Williams
    It's not unreasonable to ask how valuable the variously labeled liberal, Democratic or progressive agenda has been to black Americans and whether blacks should proceed in political lock step with this agenda. According to an American Community Survey, by the U.S. Census Bureau, the top 10 poorest cities with populations more than 250,000 are Detroit, with 33 percent of its residents below the poverty line; Buffalo, N.Y., 30 percent; Cincinnati, 28 percent; Cleveland, 27 percent; Miami, 27 percent; St. Louis, 27 percent; El Paso, Texas, 26 percent; Milwaukee, 26 percent; Philadelphia, 25 percent; and Newark, N.J., 24 percent. The most...
  • The Republican Establishment's Strategic Blunder

    01/30/2012 12:08:01 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 104 replies
    The American Thinker ^ | January 30, 2012 | Steve McCann
    The RepublicanParty has a tenuous hold on the conservative movement in America. At present the only home for the 40 per cent of the electorate that identify themselves as conservative is the Republican Party, but it appears that those who are nominally identified as the "Republican Establishment" are doing all they can to alienate the vast majority of the current base of the Party. There is no office on ConnecticutAvenue in Washington with a sign reading "The RepublicanEstablishment" or the "The Democratic Establishment"; rather it is an amalgam of like-minded groups with one common interest: control of the government purse-strings....
  • Final Implementation of Obama Dictatorship in Progress on all levels

    01/08/2012 10:45:40 AM PST · by Nachum · 21 replies · 1+ views
    CFO ^ | 1/8/12 | Sher Zieve
    I have warned and written about this particular subject for over three years—since before Obama was elected—aka “coronated.“ It is only now that many others finally seem to be getting the message. However, this is not something to be criticized. It is to be applauded, as it means they are finally and inexorably awakening to the truth. They are to be applauded and not insulted. I noticed this morning that—after a few of the latest Obama assaults on the US Constitution and liberties of We-the-People—some in the media
  • The Case for Gingrich’s Electability

    12/31/2011 7:30:28 AM PST · by TBBT · 33 replies ^ | 12/31/2011 | Jeffrey H. Anderson
    It’s an article of faith among many Republicans that Mitt Romney is the most electable candidate in the GOP field. But it’s not clear that this assertion is actually true. In fact, if one were going to design a Republican opponent tailor-made to President Obama’s liking, that opponent would be uniquely vulnerable to Obama’s main rhetorical thrust (making class-warfare arguments), uniquely unsuited to take clear aim at Obama’s least popular action as president (spearheading the passage of Obamacare), and uniquely strong in states that are unlikely to matter in the general election race. In all three of these ways, Romney...
  • The Past and the Present (Thomas Sowell on Newt Gingrich)

    12/19/2011 9:59:22 AM PST · by jazusamo · 133 replies
    Creators Syndicate ^ | December 20, 2011 | Thomas Sowell
    If Newt Gingrich were being nominated for sainthood, many of us would vote very differently from the way we would vote if he were being nominated for a political office. What the media call Gingrich's "baggage" concerns largely his personal life and the fact that he made a lot of money running a consulting firm after he left Congress. This kind of stuff makes lots of talking points that we will no doubt hear, again and again, over the next weeks and months. But how much weight should we give to this stuff when we are talking about the...
  • A Homemade Genocide 3 parts ( must read )

    12/17/2011 10:26:41 AM PST · by ventanax5 · 7 replies
    MidEast Truth ^ | Ben Dror Yemini
    The following article is a ** MUST READ ** for anyone who wants to know how public opinion against Israel is fed by the media and academia. Israeli journalist Ben-Dror Yemini's article brilliantly demonstrates how the international community's slanted narrative -- which ignores Muslim and Arab violence against Muslims and Arabs -- does injustice to Israel, which is falsely painted as the ultimate source of all conflict and violence in the world today.
  • Alice in Liberal Land (Thomas Sowell)

    11/21/2011 1:03:41 PM PST · by jazusamo · 22 replies · 1+ views
    Creators Syndicate ^ | November 22, 2011 | Thomas Sowell
    "Alice in Wonderland" was written by a professor who also wrote a book on symbolic logic. So it is not surprising that Alice encountered not only strange behavior in Wonderland, but also strange and illogical reasoning — of a sort too often found in the real world, and which a logician would be very much aware of. If Alice could visit the world of liberal rhetoric and assumptions today, she might find similarly illogical and bizarre thinking. But people suffering in the current economy might not find it nearly as entertaining as "Alice in Wonderland." Perhaps the most remarkable...
  • Victor Davis Hanson: Post-9/11 Mysteries

    09/10/2011 3:37:58 PM PDT · by neverdem · 13 replies
    NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE ^ | September 7, 2011 | Victor Davis Hanson
    Post-9/11 MysteriesThe aftershocks of 9/11 have generated a bizarre collective amnesia. Strangely, both the media and the public rarely mention some of the most important aftershocks in the decade since 9/11. Here are some representative examples of landmark events that to this day remain mostly undiscussed.1. No more falling skyscrapers? Few imagined that the United States could go an entire decade without another major terrorist attack — other than freelancing jihadists’ killing members of the American armed forces. Almost monthly, U.S. authorities have thwarted serial attempts to cause mayhem on airliners, bridges, city squares, shopping malls, and high-rises. It was...
  • The moralist

    04/23/2011 4:13:53 PM PDT · by ventanax5 · 5 replies
    Jerusalem Post ^ | DAVID HOROVITZ
    When your enemies do not follow the rules of war... An eye-opening interview with the man who helps set the IDF’s ethical parameters Tel Aviv University philosophy professor Asa Kasher co-authored the first IDF Code of Ethics and continues to work on the moral doctrines that shape the parameters of our army’s actions. He has taught at the IDF colleges since the late 1970s and for a long time was the only professor talking to officers about military ethics. When the IDF decided to try writing a Code of Ethics, he was approached and appointed head of a team of...
  • Will Obama Lose Egypt? (really "must read" -- context)

    01/28/2011 5:19:52 PM PST · by Innovative · 34 replies
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | Jan 28, 2011 | IBD Editorial
    An Ally Imperiled: What Egyptians are demonstrating against, whether they know it or not, is socialism. What they - and we - could end up with is another Iran. Is President Obama repeating Carter's Shah betrayal? Three decades ago, Iran - after being saved from Soviet dominance by the U.S. in 1953 - traded in the flawed autocratic rule of the Shah for the bloodthirsty Islamist fanaticism of the Ayatollah Khomeini. At the time, Jimmy Carter's presidency was, in the name of "human rights," on the side of the Islamists. Does the Obama administration realize the difference between freedom-based revolutions...
  • Obama Has Lost The World

    12/26/2010 10:44:30 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 120 replies · 18+ views
    Eurasia Review ^ | December 26, 2010 | Daniel Greenfield
    After the 2010 elections, it’s not exactly news that Obama has lost America. But in a less public referendum, he also lost the world. Obama’s cocktail party tour of the world’s capitals may look impressive on a map, but is irrelevant on a policy level. In less than two years, the White House has gone from being the center of world leadership to being irrelevant, from protecting world freedom to serving as a global party planning committee. Even the Bush Administration’s harshest critics could never have credibly claimed that George W. Bush was irrelevant. He might have been hated, pilloried...
  • Gold Reserves & Money - coast-2-coast AM 09.04.10 1am EDT

    09/04/2010 2:11:52 PM PDT · by Perdogg · 25 replies
    Is there real gold at Ft. Knox? According to Rep. Ron Paul, the answer may be "no!" Monetary historian Andy Gause joins Ian to talk about the implications if Ron Paul is right
  • Drowning Doesn’t Look Like Drowning

    07/08/2010 7:22:03 AM PDT · by ventanax5 · 42 replies
    The new captain jumped from the cockpit, fully dressed, and sprinted through the water. A former lifeguard, he kept his eyes on his victim as he headed straight for the owners who were swimming between their anchored sportfisher and the beach. “I think he thinks you’re drowning,” the husband said to his wife. They had been splashing each other and she had screamed but now they were just standing, neck-deep on the sand bar. “We’re fine, what is he doing?” she asked, a little annoyed. “We’re fine!” the husband yelled, waving him off, but his captain kept swimming hard. ”Move!”...
  • Is U.S. Now On Slippery Slope To Tyranny?

    06/22/2010 5:20:43 AM PDT · by Dudoight · 55 replies · 1+ views
    Investor's Business Dailey ^ | 6/21/2010 | Thomas Sowell
    When Adolf Hitler was building up the Nazi movement in the 1920s, leading up to his taking power in the 1930s, he deliberately sought to activate people who did not normally pay much attention to politics. Such people were a valuable addition to his political base, since they were particularly susceptible to Hitler's rhetoric and had far less basis for questioning his assumptions or his conclusions. "Useful idiots" was the term supposedly coined by V.I. Lenin to describe similarly unthinking supporters of his dictatorship in the Soviet Union.
  • The Obama Agenda: The Fall of America Through Orchestrated Crisis

    06/13/2010 1:26:12 PM PDT · by callisto · 137 replies · 3,958+ views
    David Horowitz's NewsRealBlog ^ | June 13, 2010 | Liz Blaine
    Barack Obama and Congressional Democrats are deliberately and unapologetically engaging in economic sabotage; simultaneously targeting numerous sectors of the American economy using orchestrated systemic crisis in an effort to overwhelm the U.S. economy and effect the destruction of capitalism and America from within. By using the Cloward-Piven Strategy to promote economic and social change through the exploitation of misfortune, national crisis and disorganization the Left is advancing government as the tool for reorganization. The tactics and intended consequences of the Obama administration include: Strategically planned “crises” to systematically takeover private industry. Flooding government with impossible financial burdens until the debt...
  • Wall Street's Bailout Hustle

    02/22/2010 11:28:19 AM PST · by ventanax5 · 5 replies · 445+ views
    Rolling Stone ^ | Matt Taibbi
    On January 21st, Lloyd Blankfein left a peculiar voicemail message on the work phones of his employees at Goldman Sachs. Fast becoming America's pre-eminent Marvel Comics supervillain, the CEO used the call to deploy his secret weapon: a pair of giant, nuclear-powered testicles. In his message, Blankfein addressed his plan to pay out gigantic year-end bonuses amid widespread controversy over Goldman's role in precipitating the global financial crisis. The bank had already set aside a tidy $16.2 billion for salaries and bonuses -- meaning that Goldman employees were each set to take home an average of $498,246, a number roughly...
  • Rules for Radicals by Saul Alinsky - Quotes and Excerpts

    05/12/2009 3:05:00 PM PDT · by CutePuppy · 32 replies · 3,957+ views
    Crossroad ^ | 1971 | Saul Alinsky
    Quotes and Excerpts from Rules for Radicals Home Conspiracies- Past & Present See also Obama: Training an army of world servers Background information"Obama learned his lesson well. I am proud to see that my father's model for organizing is being applied successfully beyond local community organizing to affect the Democratic campaign in 2008. It is a fine tribute to Saul Alinsky as we approach his 100th birthday." -- Letter from L. DAVID ALINSKY, son of Neo-Marxist Saul Alinsky * Hillary, Obama and the Cult of Alinsky: "True revolutionaries do not flaunt their radicalism, Alinsky taught. They cut their hair, put...
  • Defeating Political Ridicule

    05/17/2009 1:24:30 AM PDT · by neverdem · 38 replies · 1,817+ views
    American Thinker ^ | May 15, 2009 | Kyle-Anne Shiver
    The fourth rule of tactics:  Make the enemy live up to their own book of rules.  You can kill them with this, for they can no more obey their own rules than the Christian church can live up to Christianity. The fourth rule carries within it the fifth rule:  Ridicule is man's most potent weapon.  It is almost impossible to counterattack ridicule.  Also it infuriates the opposition, who then react to your advantage.  - Saul Alinsky; Rules for Radicals; 1971; p. 128 Now, I'm not certain whether Bill O'Reilly is pulling our leg here, as he ruminates over whether...
  • Soros-Funded Democratic Idea Factory Becomes Obama Policy Font

    11/18/2008 1:36:17 PM PST · by pissant · 4 replies · 367+ views
    Bloomberg | 11/17/08 | Ed Chen
    Title and link only due to copywrite...
  • Socialism: Still a dirty word: Dismal picture of potential nationalized oil industry

    07/19/2008 12:04:16 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 10 replies · 190+ views ^ | 7/19/08 | Henry Lamb
    In the 1950s, the word "socialism" was as vulgar as the four-letter words, which, when uttered by a youngster, could result in a mouthful of soap. Not so today. Perhaps contemporary acceptance of the term is the result of tolerance lessons, or political correctness that permeates progressive thought today. It could be ignorance; schools no longer teach the flaws of socialism. Or, what's even worse, today's acceptance of the term is more likely to be acceptance of the system. When Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., blurted out in a congressional hearing that she was ready to "socialize" the oil industry, it...
  • The American Pursuit of Democratic Socialism

    03/01/2008 8:05:19 AM PST · by PlainOleAmerican · 31 replies · 131+ views
    NewsByUs ^ | March 1, 2008 | JB Williams
    “Liberty must at all hazards be supported. We have a right to it, derived from our Maker. But if we had not, our fathers have earned and bought it for us, at the expense of their ease, their estates, their pleasure, and their blood.” - John Adams, in a Dissertation on the Canon and Feudal Law, circa 1765 People have been predicting the demise of democracy, individual freedom and liberty, as well as resulting American supremacy, since the day American democracy was born. The most vastly distributed prediction has often been attributed to historian Alexander Tytler, dating back to the...
  • The Two Faces of Al Qaeda

    10/05/2007 11:45:04 AM PDT · by ventanax5 · 9 replies · 573+ views
    Whatever position one takes as to why Al Qaeda has declared war on America, one thing is clear: We must begin to come to terms with all of Al Qaeda's rhetoric, not just what is aimed specifically at Western readers. We must particularly come to better appreciate the theological aspects that underpin radical Islam. As Butt puts it: The main reason why radicals have managed to increase their following is because most Muslim institutions in Britain just don't want to talk about theology. They refuse to broach the difficult and often complex truth that Islam can be interpreted as condoning...
  • David Crockett, Charity, and Congress

    05/28/2007 7:20:15 AM PDT · by thebaron512 · 22 replies · 1,228+ views
    I was one day in the lobby of the House of Representatives when a bill was taken up appropriating money for the benefit of a widow of a distinguished naval officer. Several beautiful speeches had been made in its support, rather, as I thought, because it afforded the speakers a fine opportunity for display than from the necessity of convincing anybody, for it seemed to me that everybody favored it. The Speaker was just about to put the question, when Crockett arose. Everybody expected, of course, that he was going to make one of his characteristic speeches in support of...
  • Exploiting Al-Qaida's Weaknesses

    05/02/2007 3:47:23 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 13 replies · 1,116+ views
    Townhall ^ | May 2, 2007 | Austin Bay
    In February 2004, Iraqi and coalition intelligence intercepted a message to al-Qaida's "senior leaders." Written by al-Qaida's Iraqi commander, the now-deceased Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the letter outlined al-Qaida's last ditch "surge" plan for defeating democracy in Iraq and avoiding what it saw as a looming, devastating defeat for its totalitarian theology. Zarqawi's letter lamented al-Qaida's "failure to enlist support" in Iraq and "to scare the Americans into leaving." After Iraqis run their own government, Zarqawi wrote, "the sons of this land will be the authority. ... This is the democracy. We will have no pretexts." Fearing an American and Iraqi...
  • The Empire of Lies (The twenty-first century will not belong to China)

    04/30/2007 1:14:39 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 70 replies · 2,317+ views
    City Journal ^ | April 30, 2007 | Guy Sorman
    The Western press is full of stories these days on China’s arrival as a superpower, some even heralding, or warning, that the future may belong to her. Western political and business delegations stream into Beijing, confident of China’s economy, which continues to grow rapidly. Investment pours in. Crowning China’s new status, Beijing will host the 2008 Summer Olympics.But China’s success is, at least in part, a mirage. True, 200 million of her subjects, fortunate to be working for an expanding global market, increasingly enjoy a middle-class standard of living. The remaining 1 billion, however, remain among the poorest and most...

    04/19/2007 4:11:49 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 38 replies · 1,478+ views
    Grasstops USA ^ | April 18, 2007 | Don Feder
    An article in The Wall Street Journal (April 12) breathlessly informs us of the latest fad on the Incredible Shrinking Continent -- "As Religious Strife Grows, Europe's Atheists Seize Pulpit: Islam's Rise Gives Boost To Militant Unbelievers; The Celebrity Hedonist," the headline teases. The "Celebrity Hedonist," isn't geriatric frat-boy Hugh Hefner, but Michel Onfray, a 48-year-old author dubbed "France's high-priest of atheism" in the Journal piece. Reporter Andrew Higgins describes the doyen of disbelief -- commander of the faith-less -- strutting onto the stage of Caen's 500-seat Alexis de Tocqueville auditorium, dressed in black from head to toe, to deliver...
  • The Flying Imams and 9/11 (A Must Read!)

    04/18/2007 2:51:12 PM PDT · by ButThreeLeftsDo · 36 replies · 1,734+ views ^ | 4/18/07 | Patrick Poole
    It's a tale of two Novembers with the horror of September 11th sandwiched in between. In November 2006, six imams on a US Airways Minneapolis to Phoenix flight begin engaging in bizarre behaviors eerily similar to those used by the 9/11 hijackers to takeover the planes used on that terrible day: shouting slogans in Arabic; leaving assigned seats to position themselves much like the 9/11 attackers; requesting seat belt extenders that they positioned on the floor, rather than used to secure themselves. Responding to the reasonable concerns of passengers and the flight crew, the imams were removed from the plane...
  • Politics And Moralizing In Presidential Primaries (IBD -- Insightful, recommended reading)

    02/24/2007 10:59:07 PM PST · by FairOpinion · 44 replies · 648+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | Feb. 24, 2007 | IBD
    Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen laments the fact that candidates are under heavy pressure to tailor their beliefs (or rhetoric) to "get past ideological bottlenecks" in early primary states: "For Republicans, it's the religious right; for Democrats, it's economic pressure groups such as teachers unions. The rest of us can only stand by, helpless, waiting for extremists to pick a man or woman on the basis of issues that mean less to us." For Republican candidates, the toughest litmus tests are not about any actual policy alternatives, foreign or domestic, but about "social issues." What most social issues have in...
  • Leftists in Search of Permanent Democrat Majority (IMPORTANT Read -- Soros and leftists org)

    01/17/2007 9:30:23 PM PST · by FairOpinion · 55 replies · 1,792+ views
    Human Events ^ | Jan. 17, 2007 | Matthew Vadum
    Despondent after George W. Bush won re-election, a small group of billionaire Democrats met in San Francisco in December 2004 to reflect on John Kerry’s failure to capture the White House. George Soros, Progressive Insurance Chairman Peter B. Lewis, and S&L tycoons Herb and Marion Sandler were angry and depressed. They felt they had been taken—seduced by the siren song of pollsters and the mainstream media who had assured them that the capture of the executive mansion was theirs. But despite giving millions of dollars to liberal candidates and 527 political committees, the donors came away with nothing. At about...
  • Why Red China targeted the Clinton White House - President Bill Clinton

    11/24/2006 3:45:08 PM PST · by Shadow · 65 replies · 3,520+ views
    Insight Magazine ^ | 1990s | Timothy Maier
    Why Red China Targeted the Clinton White House By Timothy W. Maier Writing for Insight Magazine Beijing's leaders have set their sights on American encryption and satellite technologies that, once obtained, could kill vital U.S. intelligence operations worldwide. The covert plot was launched in 1992 -- the same year Chinese operatives signed a military intelligence agreement to share secrets with Russia. Red Chinese spies are among us. Their infiltration is so deep, say U.S. intelligence experts, that the prime targets appear to be America's super-secret encryption and satellite technologies. Once obtained, their possession by Beijing could provide access to the...
  • Will we survive the Clinton process?

    10/06/2006 5:48:18 AM PDT · by veronica · 49 replies · 1,851+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | October 6, 2006 | John Burtis
    Shortly after Bill Clinton was sworn in as President, the Democratic Party became nothing more than a single arm of the growing parasitic Clinton octopus. The weak Democratic appendage was firmly cemented to the gelatinous Clinton body when the 900 or so raw FBI files ended up in the hands of that portly man of mystery, Craig Livingstone. You remember Craig, he was the one man no one in Bill and Hilary's open charnel house could remember hiring, what he did, or how he managed to procure those doggone files. But the files went back, Livingstone left, I presume, and...
  • Iraq was a terrorist state -- despite biased media and Democratic Party officials' claims

    08/23/2006 9:05:25 PM PDT · by sruleoflaw · 38 replies · 2,418+ views
    The Weekly Standard ^ | Jan. 16, 2006 | Stephen F. Hayes
    Hi, You may have heard the news today of a CBS/New York Times poll that stated 51 percent of the American people do not believe Iraq is linked to the war on terrorism. It is a reflection of a biased and dishonest American MSM that people don't know better. If the Democrats should win in November, there will be a "wave the white flag, cut and run surrender in Iraq" (along with cuts or the decimation of the U.S. ballistic missile defense program). I have included a letter that my wife submitted to the Tracy Press (Aug. 22 edition) about...
  • FBI's Mueller: Hezbollah Busted in Mexican Smuggling Operation

    07/20/2006 2:39:14 PM PDT · by Pine Mtn. Maverick · 49 replies · 1,312+ views ^ | March 30, 2006 | Newsmax Staff
    FBI Director Robert Mueller said this week that his agency busted a smuggling ring organized by the terrorist group Hezbollah that had operatives cross the Mexican border to carry out possible terrorist attacks inside the U.S. "This was an occasion in which Hezbollah operatives were assisting others with some association with Hezbollah in coming to the United States,” Mueller told a House Appropriations subcommittee during a Tuesday hearing on the FBI's budget.
  • Homily from Terri Schiavo Memorial Mass

    04/03/2006 7:16:16 AM PDT · by · 14 replies · 379+ views
    via e-mail
    I recieved this e-mail from my friend Debi Vinnedge, Founder of Children of God for Life Dear friends, Following is the homily Fr. Tom gave at Terri's Mass Friday night at my parish. The Schindlers were in tears but so very grateful for all who came. Fr Pavone spoke after the Mass as well, but I do not have a transcript from him. Suffice it to say, both were very moving and very good!! Much love, Debi First Anniversary Memorial Mass for Terri Schindler Schiavo March 31, 2006 Rev. Thomas J. Euteneuer Human Life International Dearest Mary and Bob, Bobby...

    05/11/2005 5:00:45 AM PDT · by conservative auto worker · 38 replies · 1,150+ views
    Today’s domestic auto industry dilemma was all predicted 30 years ago. See… “This paper will not take prisoners.” “Auto workers are greedy, self centered, over paid, under worked and we shouldn’t give a damn about them! They need to be brought down to their knees to a level equal to the domestic auto makers exploited foreign workers who have been paid starvation wages and treated like slaves”! “Auto workers don’t deserve job security or secure pensions and they and their families have no right to expensive health care!” After workers have spent all of their lives in the factories...
  • Social Security, strategery – and South Park

    01/19/2005 10:12:55 PM PST · by Kitten Festival · 42 replies · 903+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | Jan. 19, 2005 | Thomas Lifson
    Astute political observers such as Bill Kristol have puzzled over President Bush giving top second term priority to Social Security reform. Unlike tax cuts or other possible priorities, the payoff for private Social Security accounts will come many years in the future, when currently young voters retire. Why spend so much political capital when there is no immediate gain? Just because it is the right thing to do? Unquestionably, the President believes in the wisdom of changing Social Security from an income transfer system to a capital accumulation/income generation system. But there is also a sophisticated and visionary political strategy...
  • 'Scarborough Country' for August 10 (SwiftVets, Cambodia...)

    08/11/2004 8:33:54 AM PDT · by mcg1969 · 18 replies · 871+ views
    MSBNC ^ | 11 August 2004 | Pat Buchanan and gang
    PAT BUCHANAN, GUEST HOST: Is John Kerry unfit for command? That's what John O‘Neill says. He is the Naval officer who took over command of Kerry‘s swift boat in Vietnam. His new book claims Kerry is no war hero at all, that he didn‘t deserve his Purple Hearts, Bronze Star or Silver Star, and that he committed acts bordering on treason in wartime. John O'Neill is here to tell all for his first interview on MSNBC.
  • How Cuts in Retiree Benefits Fatten Companies' Bottom Line

    03/16/2004 6:17:28 PM PST · by Zuben Elgenubi · 13 replies · 1,475+ views
    The Wall Street Journal Tuesday March 16, 2004 ^ | 3/16/2004 | Ellen Schultz; Theo Francis
    How Cuts in Retiree Benefits Fatten Companies' Bottom Lines Trimming a Health-Care Plan Creates Accounting Gains, Under Some Arcane Rules A Shield Against Rising CostsBy ELLEN E. SCHULTZ and THEO FRANCISStaff Reporters of THE WALL STREET JOURNALThe loud message comes from one company after another: Surging health-care costs for retired workers are creating a giant burden. So companies have been cutting health benefits for their retirees or requiring them to contribute more of the cost. Time for a reality check: In fact, no matter how high health-care costs go, well over half of large American corporations face only limited impact...

    12/01/2002 12:33:48 PM PST · by Joe Brower · 10 replies · 485+ views
    Guy Smith's Website ^ | 12/1/2002 | Guy Smith
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