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6 November, 2008, 3:58 pm

In today's "The Washington Times," Greg Pierce in his "Inside Politics" column, quoted a couple news analysts saying before the Tuesday's election in which Barack Obama beat Senator John McCain by 6 points, that America is still a "center-right nation."  Jon Meacham, the liberal "Newsweek" editor in a story labeled 'America the Conservative' warned that "[s]hould Obama win, he will have to govern a nation that is more instinctively conservative than it is liberal."

The editor of "The New Republic," John B. Judis, took great umbrage over Mr. Meacham's remarks on his website.  And Mr. Judis criticized the comments of a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, Peter Wehner, for saying:  "...

5 November, 2008, 9:15 pm

Three days which will live in infamy for all time to come in American history:  December 7, 1941, September 11, 2001 and November 4, 2008.  These are tragic days for America which came about mainly because of failure of American leadership and with regards to the last date, mostly because of the failure of a large part of the American people.

December 7, 1941 was, of course, the day for which American leadership was entirely unprepared for the surprise attack on Pearl Habor, Hawaii.  Most living Americans lived through the surprise attack by Islamic terrorists on America on September 11, 2001 which was mostly due to the failed leadership of the Clinton Administration and partly due to the Bush Administration, which to be fair was only in its first few months of governing when 9...

4 November, 2008, 6:06 pm

On Fox News today, the head of the Senate campaign committee, Senator Charles Schumer, Democrat from New York, endorsed the "Fairness Doctrine" for radio, just as the Democrat Chairman of the Senate Rules Committee, Diane Feinstein did last year, as well as a Senate Republican leader, Dick Durbin from Illinois.  Senator Schumer was saying just as Fox News claims to be "fair and balanced," America needs a "fair and balanced" talk radio playing field. 

To take their argument to the next level, a playing field which has been totally unfair and unbalanced for decades  --  since way before Walter Cronkite ruled the television airwaves  --  also needs to be balanced.  For every liberal anchor or commentator on CBS, NBC and ABC  --  to use Schumer's,...

4 November, 2008, 2:08 pm

"Be Thou present, O God of wisdom, and direct the councils of this honorable assembly."  That was the very first prayer in the United States Congress on September 7, 1774.  That is the verse which one reads when going to the home page of the new bipartisan Congressional Prayer Caucus founded by Virginia Republican Congressman Randy Forbes.  He and his fellow members of this caucus are to be commended for emphasizing the importance of prayer in the history of America including in the United States Congress.

The following is described as the purpose of the Congressional Prayer Caucus:  "Throughout the more than 200-year history of our nation, prayer has played a vital role in strengthening the fabric of our society. The purposes of the Congressional Prayer Caucus...

3 November, 2008, 9:24 pm

Knowledge, as they say, is power. Well, if you still lack enough information to decide which of the candidates for President will do the most damage to your values, prepare to be empowered.

Consider the following…

Unbridled liberalism: With Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid in charge of the White House, the House of Representatives and the Senate, Americans will be riding in the equivalent of a car with three gas pedals and no brake. Not a recipe for a safe ride. The only way to stop is to get into a crash.

And, to whatever degree you may feel Obama to be more moderate than the current Democrat leadership, (however you got that idea), make no mistake about who will be calling the shots – the newly empowered Democrat leadership. And...

3 November, 2008, 3:49 pm

Justice Anthony Kennedy, a Reagan appointee to the United States Supreme Court, has the opportunity to provide the grown-up vote in a case being argued tomorrow before the nation's top court.  The case is FCC v. Fox Television Stations Inc. and it involves several instances in which the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) concluded that "fleeting" uses of vulgar words were indecent. 

Today's "The Washington Times" reported in a front-page article entitled "TV networks battle FCC indecency rules" that attorneys for the federal government will face off against four large television networks tomorrow before the Supreme Court over regulation of profanity on the public airwaves, marking it the first time in 30 years that the Supreme...

2 November, 2008, 7:42 pm

Most of the left-wing media and their comrades in the Democrat Party, and even many in the Republican Party, the RINOS(Republicans in Name Only,) really believe that Obama will be the next president.  But the 10% still undecided voters  --  and that is a very large number, considering that there are only 2 days left before the election  --  really need to stop and think before they vote on Tuesday.  Are they willing to elect the most pro-abortion presidential candidate  --  by far  -- in American history?

"The Washington Times" editorialized today in an editorial entitled "Obama is a 'liar'" that "If you want to know Barack Obama's real views on abortion, you should meet registered nurse Jill Stanek" who practiced right in Obama's...

30 October, 2008, 10:56 pm

Air Force Academy graduate and former Navy Chaplain Gordon James Klingenschmitt who lost his job in the Navy because he refused to stop praying in the name of Jesus has now organized an event this Saturday for 6 Virginia police chaplains who were told to stop praying in the name of Jesus.  Indeed, these courageous Christian chaplains were forced to resign because they prayed in the name of Jesus.  Chaplain Klingenschmitt is the event organizer for Saturday's state-wide prayer rally outside the Democrat Governor, Tim Kaine's mansion at 10 a.m. 

In a related matter, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday ruled that legislative chaplains have the constitutional right to pray in the name of Jesus, even in government forums.  Chaplain Klingenschmitt said that:  "...