Boy Scouts of America Yields to Homosexual Agenda – Adopts Moral Relativism [Updated]
Update: Ken Klukowski is reporting at Breitbart.com that the proposed resolution is an attempt by a faction within the leadership of Boy Scouts of America to scuttle the whole organization and open it up to homosexuals of all ages. According to his legal analysis, the wording of the resolution is so bad that it will not stand a legal challenge and will actually forfeit the | Read More »
Obama – With a Twist
you can run Mr. Obama, but you can’t hide! We want our country back.
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My Tempestuous Teapot Boileth Over.
It has taken us two days to catch up with the comments we received from our article, ‘To Primary Or Not To Primary.’ This, more than any argument anyone can come up with, has indicated to me that the mood out there is every bit as charged as I thought it was. Reps. Jim Jordan and Tim Huelskamp said they would vote against the spending | Read More »
Character Mr. Obama Isn’t Our Problem
Obama once again finds someone to blame – believe it may have been our Nation.
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Glenn Beck’s black & white (or, enough Teddy-bashing!); About that CPAC “Statue of Liberty” finale
GLENN BECK’S BLACK & WHITE (OR, ENOUGH TEDDY-BASHING!) Glenn Beck bashed Theodore Roosevelt in the CPAC speech and Beck bashed TR again today. Painting TR’s presidency in black and white (and to Beck, it’s all black) is just wrong. The Progressives of the Progressive Era (1890-1920) did some very good things and some very bad things, and we should acknowledge both. Teddy’s progressive philosophy was | Read More »
span style=”font-size: 12px;font-family: arial,sans-serif”> If we are to be really great people, we must strive in good faith to play a great part in the world. We cannot avoid meeting great issues. All that we can determine for ourselves is whether we shall meet them well or ill.
Teddy Roosevelt on the Nobel Peace Prize and the Use of Force
n the occasion of Barack Obama’s acceptance of the honor, it is worth looking back to a little history. Theodore Roosevelt, the first sitting President awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, did not attend the ceremony, but sent a telegram. But TR gave a Nobel lecture in 1910 – two years after leaving office, four years after winning the prize for mediating the end of the | Read More »
Obama gets NOBEL PEACE PRIZE ?!?
http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5iAekET4T1D_vzDMN4JW_xZyvgezAD9B7FOR00 How can someone who has accomplished NOTHING get a Nobel Peace Prize? It goes to show you how irrelevant the Peace Prize has become. “for his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples”. Like the “cooperation” between the Democrats and Republicans in Congress right now? Here are some of the previous presidential winners: Theodore Roosevelt Woodrow Wilson Jimmy Carter I should | Read More »
Maybe a Catastrophe is What We Need
That which does not kill you, only makes you stronger – Friedrich Nietzsche Americans, who—for the last 30 years—were preoccupied with avarice and gluttony and unconcerned with the virtues of thrift and saving for a rainy day, are currently enduring a crisis of confidence. While blame for our collective economic misfortune has been cast around, both the previous and current administrations are culpable since their | Read More »
Sarah Palin and the Intelligence “Issue”. Yes, I’m mad.
If you think she’s dumb, then I encourage you to use your own smarts to build a time machine and forever send yourself to pre-1776 times; you’ll like it there. Throughout the general election campaign, I have been thoroughly disgusted with people who demonize Sarah Palin. Since the end of August, there has been no shortage of folks who choose to say that they “can’t | Read More »
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Is this young governor qualified to be VP?
ow qualified to be vice president of the United States could a Republican be who:
the McCain/Palin rally in Fairfax, Virginia
Grand Old Partisan attended the McCain/Palin rally in Fairfax, Virginia yesterday. The crowd was huge and joyous and enthusiastic. See the Grand Old Partisan blog for photos. Among the preliminary speakers were Senator Fred Thompson, Rep. Tom Davis and Rep. Frank Wolf. Other Virginia luminaries in attendance, with whom I spoke, included former Governor Jim Gilmore, Attorney General Bob McDonnell and former Attorney General Jerry | Read More »
Who Exactly Was Fox Showing During McCain’s Speech? And Why?
If you were watching John McCain’s acceptance speech at the RNC on Fox, then this image was hard to miss: After posting recently about Sarah Palin and the 49-star flag, the appearance of a 51-star flag really got my attention. The network kept showing this section, but I could not tell which delegation this was. Most likely, it was Washington, DC, but it could have | Read More »