Monthly Archives: January 2007

Ragin’ Kagen: A loose cannon goes to Washington

by Robert E. Meyer When conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh gets an occasional caller from Appleton, Wisconsin, he frequently remarks that Appleton is the place where the football teams playing the Green Bay Packers stay the night before … Continue reading

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Nifong Kicks Self to Curb

by Sher Zieve After pursuing an almost year long Don Quixote-like quest against three Duke University Lacrosse team players (a quest that had none of the honor associated with the mythical knight and included only the chasing of windmills), Durham, … Continue reading

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Award-Winning Actor, Conservative Michael Moriarty Says Time Right for Presidential Run

by Jim Kouri, CPP A well-known actor and filmmaker is speaking out on abortion, illegal immigration, radical Islam, and the New World Order. He says Progressives are destroying America. Golden Globe, Emmy, and Tony Award winning actor, writer, and musician … Continue reading

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Can Voters Make the Decision to Pull Out of Iraq?

by Thomas E. Brewton If voters are well enough informed to make the complex decision about pulling out of Iraq, why do we need liberal-socialist-progressive government to tell them how to live their daily lives? Liberal Republicans and liberal Democrats … Continue reading

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CNN’s Obama Infomercial

by Bob Parks Those of you who’ve read my work over the years know I don’t trust what we loosely refer to as the "mainstream media." As we’re talking about human beings, we’re talking about people who have opinions on … Continue reading

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Duke Rape Case All Too Common

by Jim Kouri, CPP In another twist in an already questionable criminal case, DNA testing in the infamous Duke lacrosse rape case found no genetic material from any of the accused males in the woman's body or on her clothing, … Continue reading

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Hillary the Warrior

by Jim Kouri, CPP On New Year's Day, Newsweek columnist and Democrat Party water-carrier (am I being redundant?) Eleanor Clift appearing on the Fox News Channel gave her opinion of whom was better equipped to run as a Democrat for … Continue reading

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John Kerry: Latest Perspective on Iraq

by Thomas E. Brewton The ever-changing (aka flip-flopping) Senator Kerry gives us his latest straight scoop on Iraq. In a December 24, 2006, Washington Post article, Senator Kerry shares his insights after literally having been on all sides of the … Continue reading

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Nifong and Politically Inspired Justice in America

by Sher Zieve Something very odd is occurring with the alleged Duke Lacrosse team rape/sexual offense/kidnapping ad nauseam case. I’m not referring to North Carolina Durham County District Attorney Mike Nifong’s lack of any substantive evidence against the three young … Continue reading

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Forget Politically Correct – Check out Politically Ignorant

by Michael Bresciani In August of 2006 CNN News conducted a poll that was meant to see how the average American viewed the Hezbollah. The result would leave anyone with an ounce of political savvy in a state of disbelief. … Continue reading

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