Monthly Archives: December 2006

Political Correctness Gone Mad: New Muslim Sensitivity Training Program

by Jim Kouri, CPP Chalk up another victory for the terrorists' Fifth Column — the Council on American-Islamic Relations. After much prodding and capitalizing on phony incidents of racial profiling, CAIR has achieved something few Americans have achieved — they … Continue reading

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Winner of the Coveted 2006 Award for Political Incorrectness

by Carey Roberts Alas, masculinity has come under siege. All manner of unpleasant things that happen to women are blamed on those linear-thinking, knuckle-dragging males. Even young lads are viewed with suspicion – earlier this month a 4-year-old boy in … Continue reading

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Christmas and the Religious Neutrality Syndrome

by Robert E. Meyer On December 23rd, my local paper featured an article entitled "Displays at the State Capitol Promote Democracy." The story was about the various religious displays on the State’s "holiday tree," (located in Madison, Wisconsin) including the … Continue reading

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Kwanzaa Exposed: What the “Principles” Really Represent

Rev. Peterson Calls on Blacks to Abandon Separatist, Godless Holiday Los Angeles – On the observance of the 40th anniversary of Kwanzaa (celebrated Dec. 26 to Jan. 1) Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, founder and president of BOND, the Brotherhood Organization … Continue reading

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Chemic Relief: Destroying Our WMD Should Be Easy

by Daniel Clark Under the 1997 International Chemical Weapons Convention, all signatories, including the United States, were to destroy their stockpiles of chemical weapons by 2006. That deadline has since been put off until 2012, but the U.S. is now … Continue reading

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Gold Star Mother Blasts Kerry’s Middle East Trip

by Jim Kouri, CPP A Gold Star Mother is urging American troops to snub Sen. John Kerry during his visit to Iraq. "I'm asking our men and women in Iraq to not allow themselves to be forced to pose with … Continue reading

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Yikes! 695 Days to the Election, and Brickbats Are Flying!

by Carey Roberts Most of us are still catching our breath from the watershed November 7 elections. But with Hillary Clinton the likely contender for the Democratic Party, the pundits are already cranking out their assorted hissy-fits, half-truths, and pre-emptive … Continue reading

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How a Grinch Saved Christmas

by Thomas Lindaman Ah, December. It’s a month full of joy, fellowship, and good times. Then we have to go to the mall. That’s when things get dicey. Sure, we may sing "Peace on Earth, good will towards men," but … Continue reading

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CWA Releases Naughty or Nice List for Christmas Shopping Countdown

Washington, D.C. ––With less than two weeks remaining before Christmas, Concerned Women for America (CWA) releases its second annual “Naughty or Nice List” for Christmas shoppers. The list identifies which businesses are embracing the true meaning of Christmas by honoring … Continue reading

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Remembering Why We Celebrate Christmas

by Jeff Lukens It's that time of year again. Yes, it's time for the flurry of shopping malls, office parties, house parties, presents, laughter and good cheer, decorations, too much food, Frosty, Santa, and reindeer. Meanwhile, it's the annual "December … Continue reading

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