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Will political correctness destroy America?

Will political correctness destroy America?

June 12, 2008
By Vincent Gioia

Many nations have been destroyed by foreign invaders ands some empires have self destructed from within. Rome is an example of both and the Soviet Union and Russia are examples of the latter. But no nation in history has yet self destructed because its citizens ...

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Vote for Nadia on Deal or No Deal


June 12, 2008
Local girl beats out thousands of girls and now is in the semifinals 
Nadia is currently in a competition for Deal or No Deal to find the next model.  She beat out thousands of girls and now is in the semifinals.  You can tune in June 17th at 8pm to watch Deal or No Deal on NBC where ...

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Unmasking the Myths Behind the Fairness Doctrine

Unmasking the Myths Behind the Fairness Doctrine

June 11, 2008
By Brian Fitzpatrick
Executive Summary

Political activists and even certain U.S. senators have argued that the federal government should reinstitute the Fairness Doctrine, which would require broadcasters to air both sides of controversial issues. Opponents charge that Fairness ...

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Senate Tax Bill's Defeat Is Windfall For Consumers, Economy

June 10, 2008
NCPA Expert Says Failure to Adopt Windfall Profits Tax Will Keep U.S. Competitive
WASHINGTON  - Failure of a Senate bill designed to tax the profits of the largest domestic oil producers and curb speculation in the oil futures market is a windfall for consumers and the economy, ...

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News Flash: The Press Omits, Distorts

June 10, 2008
By Thomas E. Brewton

No surprise, here’s another example of left-wing liberal media presenting only a selected part of the facts in order to mislead readers, when all of the facts are a matter of public record.

An Associated Press article headlined McClellan to testify before ...

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A Story of Oil and a "Do Nothing" Congress

A Story of Oil and a

June 10, 2008
by Tom Segel

Harlingen, Texas, June 9, 2008,:  Back in 1972 when we had the first Arab Oil Embargo.  Gasoline was 36 cents a gallon and the United States was importing almost one-third of its oil from abroad.  We had gas rationing, long lines at the pumps and a public that demanded ...

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Drowning in Solutions

June 9, 2008
Barry Rubin 

Suppose that debate over the world's most obsessive issue is based on nonsense. Consider if the policy options of governments, discourse of universities, and rivers of word in the media on this matter are clearly illogical. What if thousands of diplomats, journalists, ...

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Obama's First 100 Days

June 9, 2008

by Nancy Morgan
RightBias.com

Obamamania is sweeping the world as media types, aging hippies and socialists around the world quiver with delight over their new messiah. Barack Obama finally prevailed over the energizer bunny (Hillary), to win the Democrat nomination for president ...

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A Mullah Reality Check


June 9, 2008
By: Amil Imani
There is so much smoke around the Iranian Mullahs’ bomb that it makes Tehran’s smog feel like a fresh ocean breeze, by comparison. Here is a partial list of misconceptions about the Mullahs, their capabilities and intentions about the bomb affair.


 

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