A beautiful day in the neighborhood of Fairfax

    I left out of my house with my husband at 6AM this morning to pick up my mother-in-law to go to the McCain/Palin rally. It was exciting to get there and see the masses and as it got closer to the rally it filled to this person’s opinion closer to 27K people. This is quite a feat in a park in a small city of | Read More »

    Newly Set

    I would just like everyone who reads this to know how I came to this conclusion. I have typically always been one to weigh both candidates and then vote my conscience. This year all of that changed. No Longer will I just stand by and watch this country get dragged through the mud by the liberal party. The days of the minority left wing, anti-God, | Read More »

    “And it came to pass…”

    I mentioned earlier how John McCain raised a staggering 5 million dollars in Chicago (of all places) is 5 hours. Imagine, Obama’s hometown peeps handing him 5 million dollars that will never wind up going back into their economy… What would make someone do something so silly…? Why are Obama’s and… what’s his name’s numbers slipping while those of John McCain and Sarah Palin going | Read More »

    McCain Rakes in 5 MILLION in 5 Hours… in CHICAGO!!!

    “CHICAGO (CBS) ? Republican John McCain raised about $5 million in Chicago Monday night, or about $1 million for each hour he spent in Democrat Barack Obama’s home town.” The article goes on to say that, “McCain is taking federal funds and can’t raise outside money. Money raised here goes to RNC, to be spent in four battleground states. It will be spent on McCain’s | Read More »

    McCain vs Obama: Part VI – Call to Action

    The goal of each candidate during their convention is to rally support for their cause…too inspire their party faithful to “get out the vote” and to inspire undecided and disgruntled voters from the other party to come to their side. Let’s take a look at how the two candidates attempted to do this. Part VI – Call to Action: McCain: “If you find faults with | Read More »

    Basic Citizenship

    **How many states comprise the United States of America Mr Obama? How many stars are on the American flag Mr Obama? Hint the same number as states in our country, *and no the answer is not 57 as you have stated before. *The final question for you is a two part question. How many stripes are on the American flag Mr. Obama, and why is | Read More »

    America – A Land of Opportunity

    Democratic Presidential nominee Barack Obama lives in a 1.65 million dollar home and jets around the world in chartered aircraft. His half brother, George Onyango Obama, lives in a two-by-three meter shack and exists on “less than a dollar a month.” They share the same father, but do not share the same country of birth. The next time you are “not proud” of your country | Read More »

    America – A Land of Opportunity

    Democratic Presidential nominee Barack Obama lives in a 1.65 million dollar home and jets around the world in chartered aircraft. His half brother, George Onyango Obama, lives in a two-by-three meter shack and exists on “less than a dollar a month.” They share the same father, but do not share the same country of birth. The next time you are “not proud” of your country | Read More »

    Real American sports stars and their graciousness to the Country!

    From Msunderestimated we get one of the best stories of the Olympics. Thank you ladies from another lady who loves her Country We also enjoyed a story the other day about Kobe Bryant taking Chris Collingsworth to the woodshed on American pride. Because its always in vogue to love America What the media wing of the Democrat party does not understand is that love for | Read More »

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    I quit.

    I wish I’d researched Eagle Publishing and Regnery’s associations much sooner – I might have spared myself some of the dismay with its sordid roster of authors (whom it may also be cheating) and its methods of attack-journalism as evidenced in Human Events. The events of the last two weeks have only amplified my desire to no longer associate with agents of voter exploitation and | Read More »

    Georgia’s defeat and America’s options.

    This piece originally appeared at joshuatrevino.com. What Mikheil Saakashvili began at his discretion, Vladimir Putin ends at his pleasure. The Russians have called a halt to their offensive in Georgia, and none too soon for the Georgians. What remains is the postwar settlement, and the American part in it. A look at the situation on the ground speaks to the Russian dominance of the little | Read More »

    Russians Do Not Have Georgia On Their Minds

    Yesterday I was listening to an interview on CNN Late Edition between Wolf Blitzer and the President of Georgia. The full transcript of this interview is here. One thing that made my jaw drop was a response by the President to a question Wolf asked about Americans in Georgia. Well, one has to say that America is very highly regarded in Georgia. By the way, | Read More »

    Trevino on America’s Stake in the Caucasus.

    This piece originally ran at joshuatrevino.com. America’s stake in the Caucasus war just went up. In the past 24 hours, the Russians launched offensive operations beyond the secessionist regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, marking a dramatic expansion in their war aims — well beyond the putative casus bellum of protecting Russian citizens. (It should be recalled that these “citizens” are Abkhaz and Ossetian locals | Read More »

    The Myth Of American Declinism

    Taken on anew by John Bolton. A very good read. It’s reassuring to see that there is pushback against the notion that the decline of American power is just around the corner. As I have argued in the past, we have seen a version of this argument pop up over and over in our recent history . . . and each time, it turns out | Read More »


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