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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Janet Daly is a political commentator and writer whose articles appear in the UK Daily Telegraph. Daly has an intersting personal history and her intellectual journey from a UC Berkeley radical to an expatriate conservative living in the UK reads as a modern day Pilgrim’s Progress. Continue reading →
Speaker of the House getting ready to fly away on her broom stick. Continue reading →
Guess who will provide election night analysis for the ABC network on Tuesday evening? None other than Andrew Breitbart, that notorious truth-teller from the heinous hinterland of conservative values. Continue reading →
GOProud’s 2010 Mid-Term election ad campaign began hitting the airwaves last Monday. Appearing on Bravo and Lifetime, the ad has caused a bit of a stir across the political panorama.
The public mugging of Juan Williams and the subsequent despicable comments made about him by his former employer, Vivian Schiller, the CEO of NPR, offers a teachable moment for all of those middle-of-the road moderates and their liberal-leaning sidekicks. Continue reading →
GOProud is stepping into the 2010 election fracas with their own political ad campaign. Targeting Barney Frank, Barbara Boxer, and Nancy Pelosi, GOProud will be hitting the airwaves with a 30-second smack at these dysfunctional Democrats Continue reading →
In good old Great Britain, you better not walk your dog without leaving a security force to guard your home. You see, property rights in the land of snobby socialism are not respected nor protected. Breaking into a home, changing the locks, and throwing the owner’s furniture out into the street is not a crime in the god-awful farce that is Great Britain. Continue reading →
So just what is the Tea Party movement all about anyway? Limited government? Individual liberty? Fiscal responsibility? Conservative social values? Well, according to Jonathan Haidt, Professor of Psychology at the University of Virginia, in an article that appeared today in the Wall Street Journal, what drives many adherents of the Tea Party phenomenon is the love for the Law of Karma. Continue reading →
Well Holy Hallelujah! Finally a Head of State has stated the obvious! Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany, announced today that the German experiment to build a multicultural society “has failed, utterly failed”. Continue reading →
Geert Wilders, the Dutch Member of Parliament who has been an outspoken critic of the Islamification of the Netherlands, has been found Not Guilty on all counts brought against him under so-called Hate Speech codes. Continue reading →
Times are apparently tough for a has-been and hapless Lefty who somehow got a bad rap simply because he murdered his ex-girl friend and stuffed her body in a trunk. Continue reading →
The Philadelphia suburban school system that was caught spying on its students using webcams installed in school-issued laptops has settled a lawsuit brought against them by the parents of one of its students. Continue reading →
Speculation surrounding Madame Clinton’s political future and the 2012 presidential election continues to hit the headlines. And now Bob Woodward has joined the chorus of Clinton clubbers, suggesting that The Hill will indeed be a viable option for Team Obama in 2012. Continue reading →
There is a conservative breeze beginning to blow across the Netherlands. And that breeze just might bring some long overdue changes to the cultural landscape of the once quaint country of windmills and tulips. Continue reading →