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4 March, 2008, 1:07 am

Just as Dan Rather, anchor of CBS News, was finally fired after he reported false stories about President George W. Bush's military record just weeks before the 2004 election, "The New York Times" last month was exposed as the tabloid newspaper Americans no longer trust when it implied in a lengthy page one article that Senator John McCain had a liaison with a Washington D.C. lobbyist. And the pooh-bahs at our country's "Old Media" outlets wonder why 70 percent of the American people distrust the "mainstream" media in what they see and hear and read from these liberal outlets. As a result, the "Old Media" has suffered great decreases in viewership (CBS, NBC, and ABC) and in readership ("The New York Times," "The...

3 March, 2008, 4:35 pm

Last week, Congressman Chris Cannon, Republican from Utah, made his intentions known that he will be reintroducing his "Pornography Jurisdiction Limitation Act of 2008" which will prevent out-of-control federal judges from dictating and imposing nonsensical and dangerous politicies upon the American people. Specifically, the Cannon bill will not allow federal courts to take up any cases which question whether or not any states' pornography laws are constitutional.

The announcement of Congressman Cannon's important bill came in the same week that federal courts in -- of course, San Francisco and Hollywoodland (L.A.) -- dictated to the United States Navy that it could no longer defend America where its underwater radar (sonar) would be harmful to whales and...

2 March, 2008, 8:31 pm

For those pundits who thought that the pro-life movement would be solely defensive mode victories in Congress, this past week has disabused them of that notion.

In the United States Senate last Tuesday, an amendment sponsored by Louisiana Republican Senator David Vitter to prevent American taxpayer dollars from going to the Indian Health Service for abortions passed by a large margin, 52-42. Although only 3 liberal Republicans voted against the pro-life amendment, 8 Democrats voted for the Vitter Amendment.

Senator Sam Brownback, a former Republican presidential candidate from Kansas, who was a co-sponsor of the Vitter Amendment said following the great pro-life victory: "This is an important victory for the cause of life. In the midst of the national...

29 February, 2008, 7:02 pm

Democrat Presidential candidate Barack Obama was very mistaken last Tuesday when he called his vote in the United States Senate-- during Easter weekend 2005 -- to help disabled Terri Schiavo stay alive "a mistake"; a vote denying the courts the "right" to put her to death.

During the Democrat presidential debate against Hillary Clinton, Obama said that the one vote he wished he could take back was when he voted with the majority of the Senators voting to save the life of brain-injured Terri Schiavo. He explained during the debate: "We adjourned with a unanimous agreement that eventually allowed Congress to interject itself into that decision-making process of the families. It wasn't something I was comfortable with, but it was not something that I...

7 February, 2008, 11:33 pm

After suffering a crushing defeat for their original pork-filled economic growth package on Wednesday night with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama on the losing end, Senate Democrats, with the help of most of the Republicans, passed a bill on Thursday which has tax rebates similar to the bipartisan Economic Growth Package passed in the House of Representatives by 385-35, but which costs a lot more.

Senators, in their infinite wisdom, by a margin of 81-16, added to those American taxpayers receiving tax rebates, those who do not pay taxes, such as low income seniors. In addition, the Senators included benefits for disabled veterans and...

7 February, 2008, 10:13 am

Democrat Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, a San Francisco Democrat at that, after a year of utter failure in her party's first year in control of the United States House of Representatives -- after 12 years in the minority -- which earned an all-time low of 11% approval rating, put aside her differences with President George W. Bush and her Republican counterpart, Congressman John Boehner from Ohio, and came up with the Bipartisan Economic Growth Package. The bill passed overwhelmingly by a margin of 385-35 two weeks ago. The Pelosi/Bush/Boehner economic stimulus package will return some $146 billion to the American people.It was discovered during Senate deliberations of their own bill last week, that the House bill had a major problem. Most of those who voted for...

6 February, 2008, 4:28 pm

Recently the city of Berkeley, California -- home of aging hipppies from the discredited 1960's Berkeley anti-war and anti-everything-establishment protest period -- extended their war against America to the United States Marine Corps. In an almost unanimous decision (8-1,) the Berkeley City Council demanded the Marines close their recruiting station in the city. At the same meeting, these 8 aging hippies and naive young narcissists voted to give the protest group, Code Pink -- which made the disreputable Cindy Sheehan a household name a couple summers ago -- special privileges to harass the Marines and young people who were being recruited with all kinds of loud noise devices once a week over a 6-month period.

Thankfully, the United...

6 February, 2008, 2:08 pm

Just before the Super Bowl game last Sunday in which New York's David slew New England's Goliath, the National Football League (NFL), brazenly targeted churches around America which had during the past years set up Super Bowl parties in their churches or other facilities for the purpose of fun and fellowship, and sometimes prayer amongst their church members and sometimes for reaching out to non-churched members of their community. The churches would normally show the Super Bowl game on big screens. The NFL bans public exhibitions of its games on television sets or screens larger than 55 inches because smaller sets limit the audience.

Last Friday, "The Washington Post" reported that the 200-member Immanual Bible Church in Springfield, Virginia -- which...