Written by J.D. Longstreet
Anytime people gather to discuss the shortcomings or “over comings” of their governments, those governments feel threatened. In the world of the 21stcentury, the Internet is akin to a global town hall. And that makes the Internet a HUGE threat to governments, everywhere. ...
Written by Jeff Baird
Andrew Breitbart diedsuddenly and unexpectedly early this morning. Words cannot express my grief at the loss of this wonderful, generous, courageous, conservative lion. He lived what he preached and what he preached was the truth. He faced down hordes of the enemy, usually alone, and sent them ...
Written by J. D. Longstreet
I don't get it. How the heck does a nation win a war when it continues to apologize to the enemy?
War fighting just ain't what it used to be ... I mean, back when we actually won wars. Remember, we haven't WON a war since the Second World War.
In the first Iraq war we simply declared victory ...
Written by James Simpson
Unions submitted fraudulent petitions and True the Vote Steps Up Again
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker successfully passed legislation last year that put a few restraints on out-of-control public sector unions, despite their disgraceful Astroturf occupation of the State capital building, the death ...
Written by Marshall Frank
Most folks are unaware that al Qaeda, the most feared terrorist organization in the world, was the brainchild of the Muslim Brotherhood, launched for the very purpose of using mass murder as an intimidation tool to achieve long range objectives. In the meanwhile, their propaganda strategy is to ...
Written by Andrew Bostom
The Naval Chaplaincy School and Center (NCSC), The U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School (USACHCS), and the U.S. Air Force Chaplain Service Institute (AFCSI) were united several years ago in Fort Jackson, SC to form the Armed Forces Chaplaincy Center AFCC. Colonel Chet Lanious, USACHCS’ director ...
Written by Marshall Frank
Here we go again, showing the world we are the bad guys. Enough already with the apologies. Despite all the rhetoric to the contrary, there truly was legitimacy to entering Afghanistan in the wake of 9/11 because that is where our enemy was based and harbored. Since, there has been endless ...
Written by Frank Gaffney, Jr.
Last week, President Obama feted Communist China’s Xi Jinping, the man who hopes to lead his country as it emerges as the world’s next superpower. Mr. Xi must have been delighted to see press reports that his host is poised to end America’s claim to such status – at least with respect to the ...
Written by JB Williams
Are Washington DC politicians absolutely sure that they want to make the US Constitution null and void? If the US Constitution is null and void, then so is the union of states that it created, as that fragile union of sovereign states was very carefully ratified via a very specific and carefully ...