Monthly Archives: August 2007

Vacated Memory: Anti-W media forget about Bill

by Daniel Clark You can tell that things are looking up in Iraq, because President Bush's enemies are having to delve deeper into the mothballs to come up with reasons to criticize him. One example of this is an Aug. … Continue reading

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Only Christians Subject to Separation of Church and State

by Sher Zieve Who would have thought that, after the 9/11/2001 attacks on our country, all too many US citizens would run to both accept and embrace the religion of our enemy attackers? But, that is precisely what has happened. … Continue reading

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Celebrating and Defending Liberty

By Alan Caruba Sometimes I fear America has become the Paris Hilton of the world, forever in the media, an incredibly wealthy, pretty creature that often appears to be vacuous, in need of an occasional spanking, and yet fascinating for … Continue reading

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Why You Should Own a Gun

By Alan Caruba The murders on the Virginia Tech campus, the worst such rampage in our history, might have been mitigated if just one member of the faculty or a student had the means to return fire. I have owned … Continue reading

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