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Poetry (Bloggers & Personal)

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  • I Am My Sunshine – Squeeky Takes Up Ed Schultz’s Challenge!!!

    05/08/2011 1:50:47 PM PDT · by Squeeky · 14 replies
    Squeeky Fromm - Girl Reporter ^ | May 8, 2011 | Squeeky Fromm
    Ed Schultz just said: President Barack Obama, he waves the flag, too. Come on, Nashville! Give me a song! If you won’t do it, we’d like to hear from our viewers. If you have a patriotic song or even a rendition of another song already in the can and ready to go, you can go to our blog at and leave a link to it. We’ll check them out and maybe even play it on the air, because I think President Obama and the SEALS deserve a song from those fun loving American rednecks in Nashville, Tennessee who love...
  • Remember Libya? We’re still there and fighting under the, “Pelosi Foreign Policy”

    04/21/2011 7:54:00 AM PDT · by jmaroneps37 · 3 replies ^ | April 21, 2011 | Ron Reale, staff writer
    Along the line of, “some things never change”, we have now entered a realm similar in to the passage of the Health Care Bill. Recall at that time, Madam Pelosi posited that because the bill was so large and unwieldy, and there was so little time to read it, it would be necessary to, “pass the bill, so we would know what was in it.” Now, at a time when the UN is full of itself in the absence of an American-interest protecting President of the United States, at a time when the world is waiting expectantly to see which...
  • Defining Natural-Born Citizen

    04/17/2011 8:07:19 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 52 replies · 2+ views
    Federalist Blog ^ | November 18, 2008 | P.A. Madison
    What might the phrase “natural-born citizen” of the United States imply under the U.S. Constitution? The phrase has always been obscure due to the lack of any single authoritative source to confer in order to understand the condition of citizenship the phrase recognizes. Learning what the phrase might have meant following the Declaration of Independence, and the adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment, requires detective work. As with all detective work, eliminating the usual suspects from the beginning goes a long way in quickly solving a case. What Natural-Born Citizen Could Not Mean Could a natural-born citizen simply mean citizenship due...
  • The Obotski Request Admissions of Racism

    04/15/2011 12:32:48 PM PDT · by Squeeky · 7 replies
    Squeeky Fromm - Girl Reporter ^ | April 15, 2011 | Squeeky Fromm
    Oh, my BFF Fabia Sheen, who is an Attorney, told me about these legal things called Requests for Admissions, where one side in a lawsuit gets to ask the other side to Admit or Deny something so that the process can move along faster. Sooo, since I write poetry and she writes all this legal stuff, we wrote the following like it was from the Obotski, who are just convinced that the ONLY reason people don't like Obama is because he is Black and we are just a bunch of racists. OH, do we ever get them back!!! Tee Hee!...
  • Cowboy Poets and Starving Seniors

    04/08/2011 9:02:37 PM PDT · by Ken in Eastman · 3 replies
    My View of the World ^ | 04/07/2011 | James Willis
    As the deadline rapidly approaches for a deal to keep the government running, President Obama and the Democrat leadership in Congress have made it clear that the political game is more important that providing the country with responsible leadership. Sen. Harry Reid has drawn a line in the sand, setting the spending cut bar at the Cowboy Poet level. Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has expressed her concern that cutting the federal budget will cause old people to starve, and President Obama has made it clear to all that he will not let efforts to pay the salaries of our...
  • Libya Aereal Driveby Gangsta Rap Lyrics

    04/07/2011 1:56:22 PM PDT · by Eleutheria5 · 1+ views
    Free Republic ^ | 7/4/11 | Eleutheria5
    I bin hittin' the greens Gittin' down in the polls I bin scopin' the scenes Reassessin' my goals There's some drama over there Momar pissed off the French 'cause he ain't playin' fair Gonna be his monkey wrench Busta cap in the air Ratatatatat Busta cap in the air Blangblangblangbababalbang Busta billion dollar Heat seakin' sea-to-air pilot-freakin' cap Ain't gonna take no more crap From m'man Farrakhan's posse-punk Moamar.
  • Deconstructing Composition

    03/24/2011 10:30:22 AM PDT · by Academiadotorg · 14 replies
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | March 24, 2011 | Malcolm A. Kline
    Colleges and universities pride themselves on producing erudite citizens. Nevertheless, by nearly available benchmark, they are failing in this regard, although they don’t seem to realize it. “While M. B. A. students’ quantitative skills are prized by employers, their writing and presentation skills have been a perennial complaint,” Diana Middleton wrote in The Wall Street Journal on March 3, 2011. “Employers and writing coaches say business-school graduates tend to ramble, use pretentious vocabulary or pen too-casual emails.” “Meanwhile, the Graduate Management Admission Council, which administers the Graduate Management Admission Test, says average essay scores on the GMAT fell to 4.4...
  • The Bones of Bolívar: A Papa Possum New World Nursery Rhyme

    03/21/2011 8:54:26 AM PDT · by ct_libertarian
    Papa Possum's New World Nursery Rhymes ^ | 03/20/2011 | Papa Possum
    Papa Possum'sNew World Nursery Rhymes Political Poetry for Traitorous Times The Bones of BolívarToma! How deluded dares a despot?         How desperate and bizarre? Sit back and hear the sad tale of         The Bones of Bolívar. A man named Simón once there was,         General in Freedom's War, e'er marked down by Historia         as El Libertador. For Sovereign Rights, Natural Law,         and Private Property, he rallied forces against Spain,         these Things to guarantee. Like Heroes in The North, he fought         and soon both near and far The Southern Continent was freed         by Simón Bolívar. But as time passed he saw his...
  • IF (with apologies to Rudyard Kipling)

    03/20/2011 6:16:53 AM PDT · by grey_whiskers · 26 replies
    The velveted paws of the typing tabby ^ | 03-20-2011 | grey_whisker
    If If you can keep your smile when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you; If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But feel superior because OF their doubting too; If you can claim you are the one for whom we're waiting, Or, throw others under the bus, yet deal in lies, Or, watch Reverend Wright for twenty years and not see hating, And keep cred both in the 'hood, and midst the wise; If you can Dream - with a book "Dreams From My Father"; But writing for Harvard Law Review just...
  • Limericks About Liberals

    03/17/2011 7:02:58 PM PDT · by The Looking Spoon · 9 replies
    The Looking Spoon ^ | 3-17-11 | Jared H. McAndersen
    St. Patrick's Day is the perfect time to tell some liberal limericks!---------- The lefties think that they're progressive A name change thats really obessive Liberalism ain't right Socialism shines a light That the devil would find more impressive Joe Biden has said "see you later" To anything resembling good behavior It's a big effing deal That he outsmarts a wheel But he's not smarter than a 5th grader Pelosi used to be the House Speaker With eyes that bug out like tweeker Her sense of disgrace Is as loose as her face When her botox is watered down weaker...
  • I Do Not Like Barack O’Bam

    03/03/2011 7:10:10 AM PST · by opentalk · 12 replies
    Bob McCarty Writes ^ | March 2, 2011 | Bob McCarty
    Today is the 107th anniversary of the birth of Ted Geisel, the American-born writer best known for writing children’s books under the pen name, “Dr. Seuss.” A fan of his classic books, including Green Eggs and Ham, The Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, Horton Hatches the Egg, Horton Hears a Who! and How the Grinch Stole Christmas, I decided to pay tribute to Geisel by imitating his style Geisel by imitating his style with a decidedly-political twist. Barack O’Bam.Barack O’Bam. I do not like Barack O’Bam. It’s not because O’Bam is black. It’s...
  • Incompetence in Action

    02/12/2011 1:13:42 PM PST · by jmaroneps37 · 13 replies · 1+ views ^ | FEBRUARY 12TH, 2011 | Jim Emerson, staff writer
    On Feb 10, while addressing a question about the Muslim Brotherhood from the House Intelligence Committee, James Clapper Director of National Intelligence responded, “The term ‘Muslim Brotherhood’ …is an umbrella term for a variety of movements, in the case of Egypt, a very heterogeneous group, largely secular, which has eschewed violence and has decried Al Qaeda as a perversion of Islam. In the case of Egypt, [it is] a very heterogeneous group, largely secular, which has eschewed violence and has decried Al Qaeda as a perversion of Islam…” This isn’t the first Gen Clapper’s public faux pas. In an interview...
  • Quote Of The Day From T.S. Eliot

    01/04/2011 7:40:30 AM PST · by Tribune7 · 9 replies
    Half the harm that is done in this world is due to people who want to feel important. They don’t mean to do harm- but the harm does not interest them. Or they do not see it, or they justify it because they are absorbed in the endless struggle to think well of themselves.
  • An Amazingly Sweet Story Told By a Young Child (video)

    01/01/2011 6:40:09 PM PST · by Korah · 4 replies
    This is the cutest video I have seen in a long time. A little girl with huge eyes tells a story about monkeys, a witch and crocodiles. It's in French, but the subtitles makes it easy to follow. If you like little girls then you will fall in love this little darling. Here is the link to the video; Sweet Story Told By a Young Child
  • Leviathan: The Left's Ultimate Social Contract.

    12/15/2010 9:13:42 AM PST · by Papa Possum · 1 replies
    Papa Possum's New World Nursery Rhymes ^ | 12/15/2010 | Papa Possum
    Papa Possum'sNew World Nursery Rhymes Political Poetry for Traitorous Times Leviathan(The Left's Ultimate Social Contract) All the fruit of your labor         is full forfeit to Its will. The bread earned for your infant's mouth,         instead Its maw must fill. Those guilty of ability         serve sentence to Its need. A new day has arisen and         Leviathan must feed. Of, by, and for The People         is a quaint concept of old. The Stewards you elected         have Your Constitution sold. So bow to Its New Order         and Its sovereign mandate heed: All things exist for It alone,         Leviathan must feed. Don't bleat...
  • Are we witnessing the end of Catholic Catholic colleges?

    12/14/2010 7:32:38 AM PST · by jmaroneps37 · 25 replies · 1+ views ^ | DECEMBER 14TH, 2010 | Kevin “Coach” Collins
    A disheartening report from the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property better know as TFP reveals that 101 (41%) of putative Catholic Colleges carry pro-homosexual organizations among their sponsored student activities. Worse still was the news that every single Jesuit university and college was on the pro homosexual school list. These student “clubs” sponsor events presenting and promoting homosexual conduct and culture as well as the redefining of marriage in direct contradiction to the teachings of the Catholic Church. Georgetown University, America’s first Catholic college, promotes such anti Catholic activities as “weeks” for National Coming Out,...
  • The First Snow Praising Our Lord

    11/26/2010 9:12:32 AM PST · by DBCJR · 3 replies
    422CHURCH.COM ^ | FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2010 | Pastor Danno
    Yesterday morning was Thanksgiving, and the first snow of the season. Across the street from our house is the historic Old Union Church building, Audubon Road at Pawlings, Audubon, PA, built in 1820. The old square building is crowned with a high pitched roof pinnacled in the center with a steeple. As the flakes began to fall, a man arrived who was readying the old sanctuary for its annual sacred use. I had never seen it used before living in this home less than a year. The flakes started coming down harder while more and more peoplearrived, resembling some natural...
  • Rights Advocate Blasts Obama for Gun Bureau Appointment

    11/17/2010 9:56:12 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 2 replies
    Expert Click ^ | November 17, 2010 | John M. Snyder
    "President Obama once again is showing his true colors as an anti-gun ideologue with his appointment of a career anti-gun bureaucrat as Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE)," gun rights expert John Snyder said here today. "This shot against America's 100 million law-abiding firearm owners could be critical in Obama's 2012 reelection campaign," Snyder added. "It certainly is bound to solidify opposition to his presidency." A former National Rifle Association editor, Snyder is Public Affairs Director of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, and serves on the board of the...
  • Liberals at the Bat

    11/03/2010 5:54:40 AM PDT · by Stoutcat · 2 replies
    Grand Rants ^ | 11-03-10 | Stoutcat
    The outlook wasn’t brilliant for the Liberal gang today: The House looked sure to lose it, and the Senate was in play. And when Blanche Lincoln lost her race, and Grayson did the same, A sickly silence fell upon the Left side of the game. A straggling few showed up and cast their votes in deep despair. The rest would cling to hope and change around the precincts there; They thought, “If we could only just explain to all the dopes The wonders of the Nanny State, we might not be on the ropes.” [snip] ...Oh, somewhere in this favored...
  • No Help for Obama From Hip-Hop This Time

    11/02/2010 5:56:01 AM PDT · by flowerplough · 6 replies
    The appeal to the youth vote has fallen flat because of disillusionment and delay. ...One of the main reasons young people came out in record numbers to vote in 2008 was that they felt they were a part of something. ...A recent national poll of America's 18- to 29-year-olds by Harvard's Institute of Politics found that 60 percent of those surveyed were concerned about meeting their current bills and obligations, while 46 percent of those in the work force were concerned about losing their jobs. It seems that the group of individuals who were among the most hopeful in 2008...
  • Delaware Channel 28 Executive Producer Tim Qualls Sounded Like a Chris Coons Supporter in August

    11/01/2010 6:01:16 PM PDT · by Askwhy5times · 13 replies · 1+ views
    Bluegrass Pundit ^ | Monday, November 1, 2010 | Bluegrass Pundit
    Christine O'Donnell tweeted about Delaware Channel 28 forgetting two times to air her 24 minute mega ad. She claimed she was told the station "forgot." Channel 28 executive producer Tim Qualls claims they didn't receive the tape in time to air the ad. Tim Qualls also said he was a Republican who planned to vote for O'Donnell until the ad controversy. He said he is a Republican and had planned to vote for O'Donnell, but the tape situation changed his mind. "She's lost my vote," Qualls said. Qualls does his own show on Channel 28 called 'The Tim Qualls Show.'...
  • Election night drinking game

    10/28/2010 3:46:40 PM PDT · by Drango · 92 replies
    vanity | Drango
    Landslide does not count as it will be said all night long...Whenever an announcer, reporter or pundit says: Tsunami = drink Historical = drink Catastrophic = drink Phrases… "Barney Frank is in trouble" = drink “Speaker Boehner” = drink “Pelosi resigns” = drink “100 seats” = chug “NPR defunded” = chug "Monica Lewinsky" = bonus drink and blast from the past.
  • One Dollar, One Vote

    10/22/2010 4:53:56 PM PDT · by Lrod · 8 replies
    The Poet's Eye ^ | Lightning Rod
    The idea of One Man, One Vote is one of my favorite parts of the Myth of Democracy. I'm a pretty avid history student. I wouldn't pretend to teach it like Glenn Beck does but I've read all eleven volumes of Durant's The Story of Civilization. Not once in this magnificently rendered and detailed saga of Mankind's antics do I remember an example of a true democracy. It's an ideal, like communism or true love, which has never existed but in imperfect approximation. We suppose that Athens had a democracy and if you don't count slaves and women it was...
  • Take a look through The Poet's Eye

    10/21/2010 3:59:36 PM PDT · by Lrod
    LP was an up-and-coming young news photographer for the Dallas Morning News. We had become friends in college where we ran with the same bohemian crowd of artists and musicians and cultural rebels. LP had the quiet and unassuming personality of the reporter, perfect to slip around in a crowd unnoticed as he snapped pictures. We sometimes sipped brandy late at night in the Stoneleigh P and one of his favorite toasts was, "It's Lonely in the Middle." Larry Provart was a craftsmanlike photographer who had spent years learning cameras and lenses and darkrooms and the other photo-arcana of f-stops...
  • Liberals Love Their Nazis

    10/17/2010 1:04:12 PM PDT · by Mongeaux · 4 replies
    The Constitution Club ^ | Sunday, 18 October 2010 | The Hairy Beats
    The Beast’s fourteen year old son absolutely adores Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglorious Basterds”. Whenever it’s on (and it’s always on) he insists we watch it. Which is fine, the Beast enjoys it too, and there are more than enough filmmaking flourishes packed into the movie to make it worth repeated viewing, if only to discover and appreciate tiny details that were missed in previous watchings. That said, there’s a central element of the film that always bothers the Beast and last night it finally came into focus, when we watched it again for the umpteenth time. The Germans are charming, sincere,...

    10/17/2010 8:11:32 AM PDT · by geraldmcg · 1 replies ^ | 10-17-10 |
    Election time is upon us. So cast your vote in the poll for the Top 100 Talk Show guests for 2010. The family of PR agencies and affiliates together book more guests on more talk show outlets than any other agency in the world, to the best of our knowledge. Yet, we cannot complete this monumental project without the help of talk show hosts and producers like you. We want to compile for you the most accurate VIP Dream Interview Guest (DIG) List, so make your opinion count! Simply check the box next to any of the 1000...
  • Tomorrow ~ A Poem About Fighting Cancer

    10/12/2010 6:18:24 PM PDT · by · 4 replies
    Bonnie Leonard ^ | 10/12/2010 | Bonnie Leonard
    This is a poem written by my wife in honor of her mother's fight against Multiple Myeloma. It is a terrible cancer and I hope that this poem/video will help others who war going through the same thing.
  • TGIF Rock-n-Roll Oldies: Todd Rundgren 1975

    10/08/2010 9:08:19 AM PDT · by Reaganite Republican · 44 replies
    Reaganite Republican ^ | October 8, 2010 | Reaganite Republican
    Todd Rundgren -dob 6.22.1948- is a multi-talented American musician, singer-songwriter and record producer who still tours on a limited basis, up-to and including earlier this year. Hailed in the early stage of his career as a new pop-wunderkind -absolutely adored by critics- and supported by the certified gold solo double LP Something/Anything? in 1972, Rundgren went on to produce a diverse range of recordings as solo artist and during the 70s/80s with the band Utopia. He has also been successful as a producer and engineer on the recorded work of other musicians. Todd Rundgren engineered and/or produced Stage Fright by...
  • America, the beautiful

    09/09/2010 3:51:29 PM PDT · by AlabasterCity · 50 replies
    July 4, 1895 | Katherine Lee Bates
    O beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain, For purple mountain majesties Above the fruited plain! America! America! God shed His grace on thee, And crown thy good with brotherhood From sea to shining sea! O beautiful for pilgrim feet Whose stern impassion'd stress A thoroughfare for freedom beat Across the wilderness. America! America! God mend thine ev'ry flaw, Confirm thy soul in self-control, Thy liberty in law. O beautiful for heroes prov'd In liberating strife, Who more than self their country loved, And mercy more than life. America! America! May God thy gold refine Till all success...
  • I'm a democrat (sung to the lunberjack song)

    08/31/2010 8:30:01 AM PDT · by sniper63 · 20 replies
    My Mind | 8/31/2010 | Sniper63
    I'm a Democrat and I'm for gaysI sleep all night and I scream all dayI hug big trees, I eat wild nuts I protest the RNCOn Wednesdays I go marching and protest the Anti GreensI hug big trees, I scream and rantI like to blame Bush followersI accept the Muslim clothingand help forget the towersI hug big trees, I carry signssupporter of IslamI wish I'd been a MuslimJust like dear O'bama.
  • (Video) Chaos Erupts After California Caught Illegally Taxing Residents

    08/17/2010 12:19:19 PM PDT · by · 23 replies
    The $3 million in property taxes was deemed by the state that the city’s property tax rate was higher than legally allowed. City officials were ordered to roll back the tax rate after the state controller discovered the city illegally raised its property taxes in 2007. The current rate is roughly 50 percent higher than it was three years ago.
  • Teh Incredible Bread Machine

    08/16/2010 10:51:35 AM PDT · by TBP · 7 replies
    World Research Inc. | 1975 but still relevant today | Several
  • Obama vs. Beck: “Give me your tired, your poor…” Who said it best?

    08/07/2010 1:29:13 PM PDT · by Big Bureaucracy · 5 replies · 1+ views
    Big Bureaucracy ^ | August 7th, 2010 | Ellie Velinska
    On the picture is the deed of gift from the people of France – The Statue of Liberty. The famous sonnet, composed by Emma Lazarus is inscribed on the pedestal. Recently Glenn Beck put it in the front and center of the political debate. How are we supposed to read the Lazarus verse? Well if you read it like that and you really think it through, what are we? A hospital?... is the Statue of Liberty saying to Europe, guys, Europe, you’re never going to make it with all that refuse. Send it over to me, we’ll take care of...
  • Happy Birthday, O Dear Leader, Year Two: A Papa Possum New World Nursery Rhyme

    08/04/2010 3:09:15 AM PDT · by Papa Possum · 2 replies
    Papa Possum's New World Nursery Rhymes ^ | 08/01/2010 | Papa Possum
    Papa Possum'sNew World Nursery Rhymes Political Poetry for Traitorous Times Happy Birthday, O Dear Leader, Year Two(The Peasants' Birthday Wish,Still Not Kneeling) It's Dear Leader's second birthday         as The President and so Dread King Soros will fęte him         at D.C.'s Versailles Nouveau. The Courtiers invited are the         Ruling Class Noblesse: Celebrities and Ivy League and         Congressmen and Press. The staff has laid the place settings         and set up the buffet to whet their Far Left Appetites         with Golden Goose Flambé. ...
  • Happy Birthday, O Dear Leader, Year Two: A Papa Possum New World Nursery Rhyme

    08/01/2010 7:39:26 AM PDT · by Papa Possum · 1 replies
    Papa Possum's New World Nursery Rhymes ^ | 08/01/2010 | Papa Possum
    Papa Possum'sNew World Nursery Rhymes Political Poetry for Traitorous Times Happy Birthday, O Dear Leader, Year Two(The Peasants' Birthday Wish,Still Not Kneeling) It's Dear Leader's second birthday         as The President and so Dread King Soros will fęte him         at D.C.'s Versailles Nouveau. The Courtiers invited are the         Ruling Class Noblesse: Celebrities and Ivy League and         Congressmen and Press. The staff has laid the place settings         and set up the buffet to whet their Far Left Appetites         with Golden Goose Flambé. ...
  • My trip to a liberal institution (vanity)

    07/14/2010 6:30:12 AM PDT · by Old Teufel Hunden · 4 replies
    As a young teenager, like most people I'm sure I had a little bit of a liberal streak. Sure, I loved John Wayne and America but I also believed in helping all the people in America and feeding the poor. Through my 10th grade English teacher I fell in love with the poetry of Lawrence Ferlinghetti and from there moved to Jack Kerouak, Neal Cassidy, "On the Road" and the beatnick movement. So of course one of my dreams was to eventually go "On the Road" and visit the City Lights Bookstore owned by Ferlinghetti. Well, he's the last living...
  • Calling All God-Fearing People

    07/07/2010 4:30:06 PM PDT · by Patriot1259 · 3 replies · 2+ views
    The Cypress Times ^ | 7/7/10 | Deborah Ann
    There's trouble, troubles are blowing across this land. You can see it on the clear blue ocean, and watch it ooze across once white sand.
  • God Wastes Nothing

    07/06/2010 9:18:45 AM PDT · by Patriot1259 ^ | 07/06/2010 | Carol Penhorwood
    I thank you, Lord, not for the pain But that Your love redeems. I know that I must walk though this As heavy as it seems. But when I think I can't go on, The pain is so intense, It's then You whisper in my soul, "Of this I will make sense." This too You'll use to help someone, In this I'll give You praise. I'll gladly bear the price of pain If this Your hand displays. For in my weakness You are strong, This pain is not in vain, For You waste nothing in my life, Myself and others...
  • Masefield – Poet of the Sea….

    07/05/2010 2:27:38 PM PDT · by sussex · 3 replies
    The Aged ^ | 05/07/10 | the Aged P
    I must down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky, And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by, And the wheel’s kick and the wind’s song and the white sail’s shaking, And a grey mist on the sea’s face, and a grey dawn breaking.
  • Psalm 67 is a Good 4th of July Prayer (vanity)

    07/05/2010 3:36:43 AM PDT · by Mere Survival · 2 replies
    ESV ^ | 7/5/10 | A Day Late and a Dollar Short (little old me)
    Make Your Face Shine upon Us To the choirmaster: with stringed instruments. A Psalm. A Song. 67:1 May God be gracious to us and bless us and make his face to shine upon us, Selah 2 that your way may be known on earth, your saving power among all nations. 3 Let the peoples praise you, O God; let all the peoples praise you! 4 Let the nations be glad and sing for joy, for you judge the peoples with equity and guide the nations upon earth. Selah 5 Let the peoples praise you, O God; let all the peoples...
  • God Bless America

    07/04/2010 12:11:08 PM PDT · by Patriot1259 · 1 replies ^ | 07/04/2010 | Carol Penhorwood
    God bless America, This country built by grace, Restore the faith that made her great That she might seek Your face. Forgive the self-reliance, Rejection of Your Word, And grant us the desire To let Your voice be heard. No longer do we stand with pride To bear Your holy name, For "Christian" now's so widely used It doesn't mean the same. Forgive us, Lord, we've wandered far, Restore us by Your grace, For You, Lord, first established us, Redeem this fallen race. Restore to us Your conscience, Desire to follow You, Renew our land that we again Your principles...
  • Credo Mutwa on Barack Obama

    07/01/2010 8:12:14 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 17 replies
    The People's Voice ^ | July 1, 2010 | Credo Mutwa
    The Zulu shaman, or sanusi, Credo Mutwa, has written a poem to express his thoughts on what he sees as the true nature of Barack Obama and the agenda for Africa and the world that he represents. "An actor walks upon the floodlit stage of life wearing a mask of an angel beneath a demon's gown. Pretence smiles upon the crowded hall of life holding out hope as bright as it is false. Son of a woman in whose veins flows the blood of ancient Ireland and dark Africa's plains. You are Obama, nick-named the standing king You are Barack,...
  • White House Accused of Violating Disclosure Laws With “Off-Campus” Lobbyist Meetings

    06/29/2010 10:25:11 AM PDT · by · 4 replies
    Eyeblast TV ^ | 7/29/2010 | Joe Schoffstall
    The Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), a government watchdog group, says the White House is committing “willful violations” of federal and presidential records acts, along with violating disclosure laws, and is calling for a congressional oversight hearing into administration officials meetings with lobbyists. The problem arises from White House officials having met with K- Street lobbyists hundreds of times over the past 18 months at “off-campus” coffee shops. Some lobbyists claimed they frequently receive e-mails from White House staff members’ personal accounts, rather than from their official White House accounts. CREW says this is “an apparent attempt...
  • Epic Poetry: Two Kingdoms

    06/25/2010 1:48:53 PM PDT · by GeronL · 9 replies
    A very strange and fetid corner of my imagination | June 25, 2010 | geronl
    "Two Kingdoms" Once upon a time, two kingdoms align Happiness and contentedness Were the order of the Day Equal parts were work, sleep and play But on one dark and gloomy afternoon Storm clouds broke and uncivil war ensued Anger, sadness, bitter and dark Equal parts shame and equal parts blame You are lazy/ you are trivial Words of anger, pain inside, cannot be taken back You are fat/ you are plain Foul moods, lives ruined, homes wrecked Crude rumors, war clouds rise All a bother, such a shame, potential gone Broken walls, painful cries Hands once intertwined now go...
  • Obama To Be Immortalised By Another Road Project….

    06/22/2010 2:25:59 PM PDT · by sussex · 9 replies
    The Aged ^ | 22/06/10 | the Aged P
    Less attention has been paid to the new road being built in Hanksville, Utah, behind Blondie’s Eatery. It won’t connect with Highway 95 and, after 250 yds will just peter out into nothing. However, as a tribute to the Obama stimulus it will be named Ozymandias Drive and there are plans to build a huge statue of Obama bestriding the road.
  • Father's Day 2010

    06/20/2010 8:38:47 PM PDT · by Patriot1259 · 1 replies ^ | 06/20/2010 | Sonny
    He awoke Sunday quite depressed Reminded of what lie ahead Not looking forward to going anywhere He had rather sleep late instead Sunday was always his favorite day After working hard all week Sleep late then watch the ball game Get some real R & R and peace Oh, he wanted to visit, but then again Ball games would be on all day What a bummer to miss any or all Why, his favorite team would play Guilt overrides, he knows he must go His mind starts devising a plan Make an appearance an hour or so Then leave as...
  • Glenn Beck: The Gods of the Copybook Headings

    06/10/2010 8:05:46 AM PDT · by patriotgal1787 · 6 replies · 341+ views
    The Radio Patriot ^ | June 10, 2010 | Andrea Shea King
    "RUDYARD KIPLING 1865-1936 " Glenn had some fun during his second hour mocking the abject stupidity and craven ignorance of people like Rosie O'Donnell and Helen Thomas. (Listen to audio 3:44) In his second hour Glenn had more fun with a handful of the 512 comments left at a Huffington Post review of the newly released trailer (above) promoting Glenn's book "The Overton Window" due out five days from now. (Listen to audio 2:39) Glenn knows that anything with his name attached to it will attract derisive comments. And it certainly did, with most of the brainiac commenters on the...

    06/04/2010 4:30:39 AM PDT · by moneyrunner · 6 replies · 274+ views
    The Virginian ^ | 6/3/2010 | Moneyrunner
    PRIVET HEDGES (verses) The first brigade was standing in formation One goodbye away from flying off to war While the CO spoke of duty and dedication Their family’s tears fell like they never did before A little girl walked up as they stood at attention She reached up to hold a Marine Sergeant’s hand He didn’t recognize her, she didn’t look familiar Why she picked him he did not understand CHORUS She smelled of privet hedges in the springtime The kind that he grew up with in his hometown Her hair was gold the color of cornfields And eyes a...
  • For Every Soldier: A Flag And A Nation’s Gratitude

    05/31/2010 8:03:36 AM PDT · by BigChiefLtd · 1 replies · 117+ views
    Grand Rants | May 31, 2010 | Gerry Ashley
    The soldiers came in a convoy And each one had a bag The mission: to make certain Every headstone had a flag The soldiers who lay silent From wars that had come and gone Awaited our remembrance On Memorial Day’s bright dawn. (Continued)
  • Freedom Flies Our Flag

    05/31/2010 7:23:13 AM PDT · by Patriot1259 · 1 replies · 98+ views ^ | 05/31/2010 | Ruby Harris
    Thank God for our soldiers that took the load Fighting to keep America on the right road Seeing many a sunset and a waving flag The coming darkness causing spirit to sag Wondering what would come at dawn's early light Hoping the flag would be their first sight The enemy loves to prey on fear in the dark Wondering if at daybreak they will still embark On our mission to make sure Old Glory still waves Over our country and not just over graves They stood as brave in the darkest of night As with greatest of courage with morning...