Monthly Archives: April 2008

16 Mark Twain Quotes for Humor Month

There are some things that can be said about all Mark Twain quotes, regardless of which one it is you're referring to. One, they're witty. Yes, Mr. Twain was one witty character. Two, they bring a smile to your face. … Continue reading

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ADF Attorneys Protect Alabama Student’s Right to Perform Religious Song

BAY MINETTE, Ala. — A Christian student told he could not perform a religious song at a high school talent show was permitted to perform it with another student Friday, after ADF attorneys representing the student sent a letter to … Continue reading

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Stars, Stripes and Scoundrels: Dems Use Fag as Fig Leaf

By Daniel Clark If it’s true that patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel, then that explains the tendency of liberal Democrats to seek shelter behind the Stars and Stripes. When Barack Obama tried to distance himself from the … Continue reading

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Universal Health Insurance: Just Don’t Get Sick

By Alan Caruba Okay, let’s say that President Obama or Hillary is in office and Congress has passed a bill that requires everyone to have health insurance. Gas is up over $4.00 a gallon, food prices are sky high, and, … Continue reading

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Statement by John McCain on President Carter’s Plans to Meet with Hamas

ARLINGTON, Va. April 14 /Standard Newswire/ — U.S. Senator John McCain today issued the following statement on former President Carter's plans to meet with Hamas: "It is a grave and dangerous mistake for an American leader to meet with a terrorist organization … Continue reading

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Ultra-Rich Cash in on Global Warming Hoax

By Alan Caruba Recently I emailed a gentleman who is highly regarded, nationally and internationally, as one of the top strategic, military and economic long-range thinkers of our times. He is the author of several bestselling books about the way … Continue reading

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Media Doesn’t Get Why Hollywood’s Dismal Iraq War Pics Are Flopping

By Warner Todd Huston On the 25th, the Washington Post served up a lament for Hollywood’s dismal box office returns for the many Iraq war pictures it has churned out over the last several years, wondering why they have all … Continue reading

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Understanding Arabs

By Alan Caruba Seven years passed 9/11 and five years passed the invasion of Iraq, Americans are still trying to figure out what makes Arabs behave the way they do. There is a vast cultural difference between those in the … Continue reading

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Why Is Everyone Lying About Energy?

By Alan Caruba In early March, President Bush, addressing an International Renewable Energy Conference, was widely quoted saying that the United States has to “get off oil.” Earlier he had said that America was “addicted” to oil. These are such … Continue reading

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Support H.R. 888: American Religious History Week

David Barton of WallBuilders reports on the following legislation pending in Congress (more information is available through the WallBuilders): In the latter months of 2007, there was a flurry of incidents attempting to censor America's religious heritage (e.g., the capstone … Continue reading

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