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21 November, 2008, 1:31 pm

Change.  NOT!  Barack Obama promised America change if they elected him and millions of his sycophants  --  think Oprah  --  and others voted for him.  Many of his voters of course  --  because of a corrupt "Old Media" determined to elect their left-wing "Messiah" and did virtually no reporting on Obama's past  --  did not know about Obama's associations with thoroughly abominable individuals such as domestic terrorist Bill Ayers; a racist pastor whom Obama sat under for some 20 years, Jeremiah Wright; a criminal named Mark Rezko who provided the Obamas a mansion with a discount; and on and on.

So here is a rogue's gallery of characters who will be among those populating Obama's White House staff or possible cabinet:

Obama's very...

20 November, 2008, 9:45 pm

During the past few years, there were three renegade state supreme courts which ruled that their state citizens could have homosexual "marriages."  Each of those dictatorial decisions were by one vote, in the states of California, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.  There was little doubt that the citizens of at least two of those states strongly opposed such a measure (California and Massachusetts.) 

And this feeling proved right in the case of California when on November 4th a majority of California voters, including some 70% of black Americans, voted to ban homosexual "marriage" when they voted for Proposition 8 which declared that marriage is between only one man and one woman.  There were outrageous demonstrations by the homosexual lobby following the...

20 November, 2008, 10:38 am

It was encouraging to see both the leaders of the Republicans in the House of Representatives and Senate urging a bipartisan approach to the financial and auto crises facing America today.  What America does not need right now is for taxpayers to bail out yet another inefficient industry adding to the financial burdens of the American people. 

Indeed, the deficit for fiscal year 2009 has been estimated between one and one and a half trillion, that's trillion with a "T".  This has occurred only a few years since the Republican Congress passed budgets resulting in surpluses several years in a row; which Bill Clinton signed into law. 

Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell, leader of the Republicans in the Senate said with regards...

19 November, 2008, 9:58 pm

If the Republican Party ever wants to come back from the near-dead, it needs to denounce the Democrat bailout for the three major American automobile companies.  And who --  by the way  -- advised the heads of General Motors, the Ford Motor Company and Chrysler to fly to Washington D.C. to demand a bail-out from the American taxpayers in private jets and to stay in Washington D.C.'s most expensive hotels?


Barack Obama, in order to win his sweeping victory in Michigan (and Ohio,) promised the three failed automakers billions and billions of American tax dollars and now Obama's highly-paid automaker executives and the militant United Autoworkers Union are coming to Washington to collect what Obama promised them.


Because investors think the Obama-...

19 November, 2008, 9:01 pm

Senator Ted Stevens, the longest-serving Republican in the United States Senate, refused pleas from his own party leaders to step down after his jury's guilty verdict and sealed his party's loss on November 4th.  Republican leaders such as presidential nominee John McCain, who said the Alaska senator had "broken his trust with the people" and vice presidential candidate and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin urged Stevens to resign before the election. 

Stevens' refusal to resign so another Republican could take his place on the ballot when he was indicted is a prime example of the greed and selfishness which has taken over much of the leadership of the Republican Party.  His stepping down from his seat in the Senate undoubtedly would have provided the...

18 November, 2008, 10:34 pm

Today, the boundless hypocrisy of the Democrat Party was exposed yet again in the United States Senate.  Shortly after the Democrat sweep of the executive and legislative branches in Washington D.C. on November 4th, their rabid supporters were lusting for the Senate Democrat leaders to drive a stake into the heart of Senator Joe Lieberman, the Independent Senator from the state of Connecticut who has been voting in the Democrat caucus during the past two years. 

The reason for their hatred of Senator Lieberman is that, not only did he vote for Senator John McCain, but he accompanied the Republican presidential candidate all over the country in support of McCain's candidacy.  So these rabid Democrats wanted Senator Lieberman to be stripped of his chairmanship of the Senate...

18 November, 2008, 4:06 pm

As the old saying goes, "when life gives you lemons, you make lemonade".

Herewith, a list of some of the lemons from the recent election and the lemonade they could offer.

Election return lemons: the race is over.  Obama won.  The liberals have two out of three branches of government...with the third (the judiciary) hanging in the balance.  Those are pretty big lemons.

Lemonade: conservatives have an opportunity to re-focus our message on our principles and define ourselves in stark relief to the inevitable liberal overreach...and then be positioned to catch those folks in the middle who will soon come down with a case of buyer's remorse.

Strategy lemons: McCain's strategy of "reaching out" failed, (reliable red states...

18 November, 2008, 1:08 pm

The United States Supreme Court handed down a very commonsense decision last Wednesday which the overwhelming majority of Americans would agree with and which collides with the viewpoints of many of Barack Obama's supporters.  The nation's top court ruled that military training is far more important than some left-wingers' desire to protect whales from the United States Navy's sonar use in hunting enemy submarines near California's coast. 

Chief Justice John Roberts  --  one of President George W. Bush's 3 top best decisions (along with Justice Samuel Alito and keeping America safe from another 9-11 attack during the past 7 years)  --  wrote the majority opinion last week.  Chief Justice Roberts said in his written opinion that "... forcing the Navy...