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Who's Your Daddy?

Nancy Morgan
RightBias.com
April 15, 2008

Uncle Sam used to resemble my rich old uncle, the uncle that didn't visit very much but would always be there for us in a crisis. Uncle Sam would take care of the things our family couldn't take care of ourselves, like war, natural disasters and various ...

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God and Country

God and Country

April 14, 2008
by David G. Bancroft

While the freedoms we enjoy as Americans are unsurpassed, I cannot help but think of how these came to be . . . with all rooted in a strong belief in God.

And it has been this unwavering faith in God by the overwhelming majority of Americans through out our ...

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What Will Carters Meeting With Hamas Accomplish?

April 11, 2008
Aaron Goldstein
For the record, I am not surprised that former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is traveling to Syria to meet with Hamas leader Khaled Meshal.  The only thing about Carter’s visit that surprises me is that he didn’t go through with it sooner.

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Swinging Like Monkeys from the Branches of the Liberty Tree

April 11, 2008
By Frank Salvato

Recently, in a Chicago suburb, a village trustee was issued a citation for disorderly conduct when she informed two less than discerning parents that the trees of the village were to be respected as elements of nature, not utilized like playground equipment. The ...

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Fitna: The Carrot and the Stick

April 10, 2008
by Robert Spencer

As we have seen, the reaction to Geert Wilders's film Fitna in the Islamic world has so far been muted, at least compared to Cartoon Rage, Pope Rage, and what the wretched dhimmi governments of Europe were fearing. Aside from the large demonstration in Pakistan on ...

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Election 2008: US Torture of Terrorists

April 10, 2008
by Jim Kouri

A couple of months ago, when the US Defense Department proclaimed their desire to finally bring war crimes charges against six detainees for the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, the goal was to jump-start the Bush Administration's ...

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Labor Union Perspective


April 9, 2008
By Thomas E. Brewton
 
As the proposed trade agreement with Colombia reveals, labor unions are organizations of self-centered greed, which disingenuously cloak themselves with pretense of God, country, and mom's apple pie. President Bush, by calling for Congressional approval of the ...

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We can win in Iraq, but will Democrats let us?

April 9, 2008
By Vincent Gioia

The appearance of General Petraeus at various Senate Committees and the testimony he gave about the situation is Iraq was in stark contrast to the questions and comments by Democrat presidential aspirants. The General set the example of what is good about the United ...

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Our World: Covering for the enemy

Our World: Covering for the enemy

The Jerusalem Post
Caroline Glick 
 April 7, 2008

It has taken seven months, but it appears that the Bush administration has finally buckled under Congressional pressure and is ready to give US lawmakers a full briefing on the September 6 IDF bombing raid against the North Korean-built nuclear ...

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