Pray For Boston

    Good Afternoon All, I haven’t posted in a long time, but still read Redstate whenever I can. Please find time to say a prayer for us here in Boston, it’s very chaotic here with people dying and very gruesome injuries. Thank you and God Bless.

    Why Stop at Clinton?

    If the ineptness of the “Great Communicator” was ever in full display, it was on Friday, when the declarer of “a new era of government” brought back a fixture from the old era to scold his own party into supporting the tax compromise between the president and congressional Republicans. President Bill Clinton was back behind the microphone at the White House acting like it’s 1996 | Read More »

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    Does the World Miss George W. Bush?

    Read most liberal newspapers and you’ll discover that since Barack Obama has become POTUS, the world has embraced America with open arms again. But dig a little deeper and you’ll see international relations may have not improved, but actually worsened, because of the nature of Obama. It began with an apology tour in Europe and Egypt regarding America’s actions in securing freedom for millions of | Read More »

    Cars for Clunkers: A Microcosm to Health Care

    You’ve seen the Cars for Clunkers program dished out by the Obama administration. Turn in your “gas guzzler” and get a rebate up to $4500 towards a new fuel efficient vehicle. While it is a worthy goal, it illustrates the ineptness of the government provided programs. In today’s WSJ, it was reported that officials are trying to find additional funding for the program because consumer | Read More »

    New York Times Saves One of Their Own, but Not America

    When will the New York Times not report “all the news that’s fit to print”? When it involves one of their own. Over the weekend, it was revealed that the Times withheld the publishing of a report that one of their reporters, David Rohde, was kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan. What is even more amazing is that they held the information privately for seven | Read More »

    Adios Arlen

    On Tuesday, Pennsylvanian Senator Arlen Specter decided to take the coward’s way out by ditching the Republican Party to “run for re-election in 2010 in the Democratic primary” or what I call riding the coattails of Obamafever. He released a statement on why he decided to ditch the GOP because of the right, how most Republicans hate him now, and how he represents the people | Read More »

    The Assault on America

    While the economic distress captures our minds, the founding principles of America are being destroyed by the Obama administration and liberalism. America’s founding was based on independence from an almighty monarchy that oppressed its citizens through reduced freedoms and taxation. I challenge any of the readers to take a look at the Declaration of Independence and read what our country was founded upon. “…all men | Read More »

    Oh, The Irony…

    Politico is reporting that Democrat Senator Robert Byrd, the eldest member of the Senate, is accusing Democrat President Obama of strengthening the executive branch, to the dismay of the legislative branch. Byrd writes to Obama: The rapid and easy accumulation of power by White House staff can threaten the Constitutional system of checks and balances. At the worst, White House staff have taken direction and | Read More »

    A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats…

    …And a sinking tide will wreck all ships. That’s what the current state of economic affairs is within our country. While Obama and Geithner publicly discuss plans to bailout the financial sector and foreclosure “victims”, the vagueness of their discussions has led to the dissolution of stock values, which is affecting not only America, but the world. Today, Ben Bernanke discussed the current “severe” state | Read More »

    At the Heart of the Matter

    In what might be the biggest oxymoron of our time, the left is debating the ethics of a California mother that decided to have octuplets with the help of fertilization. This morning on some CNN show, I saw a roundtable panel discussing the ethics of having eight children and whether it is right for someone that knowingly lacks the means to support children, yet bears | Read More »