Monthly Archives: December 2012

More Compassion, Less Partisanship Needed To Move America Forward

  Dividing America down the middle, recent political battles have reduced much of our social discussion to two competing camps with an apparently unbridgeable gap in between.  Ironically, this is really an imaginary gap perpetuated by two political parties whose existence completely dependent on fostering this division.  In truth, America is far less divided than…
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Some Things Just Can’t Be Fixed

  Reeling from the pure evil and horror wrought by a single 20 year-old boy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, America is searching for answers, meaning and ways to prevent this horror from being repeated.  As we predicted the day of the incident (Thinking Right), Obama and the anti-gun forces are attempting…
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Westboro Baptist Church Proposed Newtown Protest Tests My First Amendment Beliefs

  I was sickened to read that the Westboro Baptist Church plans to protest during the vigils and funerals of many of the 20 children slain in the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School this coming weekend.  (Protest)  No parent should have to bury children so young and it is unthinkable to me that they would have…
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At Least 27 Dead In Tragic School Shooting – Depersonalizing and Desensitizing America

Photo Courtesy of  Shannon Hicks/The Newtown Bee   The developing tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut in which two gunmen killed at least 26, mostly children, at Sandy Hook Elementary School highlights the number one problem in today’s American society.  We are becoming a country which is depersonalizing and desensitizing its population.  I would ask that all of you…
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Can Obama’s “Hunker Down And Hide” Strategy Work For Another Four Years?

  Playing out before the entire country is a pattern repeated from four years ago.  President Obama and the Democrats use an electoral win to try to steamroll through a single project within weeks of taking office and then . . . hunker down and hide.  Four years ago a Democrat dominated House and Senate…
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Santa Claus Slammed By ACLU With Civil Rights Law Suit

  Filing a 167 page complaint today in Federal District Court in New York, the American Civil Liberties Union (“ACLU”) alleged that Santa Claus has violated both the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Protection Clause of the United States Constitution.  “This is one of the most egregious patterns of behavior we…
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My Fate Better Than Karl Rove And Dick Morris

  Sounds like the beginning of a joke: “What do I have in common with Karl Rove and Dick Morris?”  We are three conservatives that boldly predicted a big Romney win in the last Presidential election.  The differences are pretty obvious as well:  they are nationally known conservatives, have had huge roles inside the beltway, are…
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“Checkmark” Politics Destroying Republican Party

  Walking around in a daze like a group of non-flesh eating zombies, my Republican friends are still in mourning following the lashing we took in last month’s election.  Confused and beleaguered conservatives are reacting much like a biblical Job crying out to God “why me?”  Not only did we lose the election but our polling numbers…
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Egyptians Storm The Castle

Photo credit: GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images   President Morsi fled the presidential palace today just ahead of a mob of protesters. What makes this action unique for Egypt is that the army did not fire on the unarmed protesters. Under Mubarak, it is likely that the response would have been deadly. However, that does not mean…
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Son of Dear Leader Marks Father’s Death And Grandfather’s Birth

  Sometime between December 10 and December 22, North Korea plans on launching a long-range missile that is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. The time-frame is scheduled to coincide with events marking the first anniversary of the death of Kim Jong-il (Dear Leader), father of the current ruler of North Korea, Kim Jong-un. It…
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