Monthly Archives: January 2008

Private Philanthropy is Bad for Socialism

By Thomas E. Brewton The New York Times is distressed that private philanthropists can give money to any charity they choose. Only a socialistic Federal government is capable, says the Times, of making wise decisions about dispensing money to achieve … Continue reading

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Liberals’ Plan to Stimulate Inflation

By Thomas E. Brewton Liberals propose to follow the same game plan that gave us stagflation in the 1970s. As success with the military surge in Iraq increasingly belies their claim that the war is already irretrievably lost, liberals have … Continue reading

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Be It Resolved

By Frank Hyland Food for Thought Naïve critter that I am, it took me quite a while to nail down the reason for my vague, continuing nagging dissatisfaction with discussions on TV. There was, I thought, something missing. I said … Continue reading

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A Primary Caucus Primer

By Nancy Salvato While a great number of people do not see the value in the Electoral College (And "W" Takes the Series), it is possible an even greater number of people don’t fully comprehend how each political party selects … Continue reading

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Poll Numbers Horrid But Dems Stay The Course

By Ken Marrero With Poll numbers showing the Democrat led Congress is enjoying the worst approval numbers since I don’t know when, the Democrat’s strategy to combat this perception in the minds of voters would seem to be – more … Continue reading

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Was America Founded as a Christian Nation?

By Robert E. Meyer Numerous skeptics and modern historians raise an interesting question that has been hotly disputed in recent years; whether or not America was founded as a "Christian Nation." Generally, secular humanists have tried to refute this claim … Continue reading

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Green Desperation Time

By Alan Caruba News of a January 31 “teach-in” on more than 1,000 college campuses nationwide strikes me of just one more example of the growing desperation of the environmental movement that has bet its credibility and influence on global … Continue reading

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“Under God” Defended in New Hampshire

The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty filed a motion to intervene with the Federal District Court in New Hampshire today in its continuing efforts to protect the words “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance. Representing the Knights of Columbus … Continue reading

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Kiss My Caucus

By Thomas Lindaman January 3rd came and went…and the political world didn’t end! Oh, Joe Biden and Chris Dodd both dropped out of contention for the Democrats after the Iowa Caucuses, but they weren’t exactly lighting up the Democrat side … Continue reading

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Reflections on America’s Past and Future

By Christopher Adamo Perhaps it is overly limiting to discuss the present state of our nation, and thus its prospects for the future, without broadening the topic to include all of Western civilization. Nevertheless, for at least the past century … Continue reading

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