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2 October, 2007, 9:36 pm

Here is a question for Chairman Waxman. What is wrong with a perfect record? Congressman Henry Waxman who represents Hollywood or nearby is the Chairman of the Government Reform Committee in the House of Representatives and has established a record of wasting hard-earned American tax dollars conducting non-stop witchhunts of the Bush Administration and of just about anyone else since January when the Democrats took over Congress after a 12 year absence from majority control.

On Tuesday, Chairman Waxman's inquisition went after Erik Prince, the Chairman of the Blackwater company which provides first-class security for top government officials including for Members of Congress when they travel to dangerous areas such as Iraq and Afghanistan. Waxman's original...

1 October, 2007, 4:05 pm

Comments like 'America was founded on Christian principles' by Senator John McCain just might make him president. In an interview last Saturday with a Christian-oriented webset called Beliefnet, Senator McCain stated that "I just have to say in all candor that since this nation was founded primarily on Christian principles, personally, I would prefer someone who has a grounding in my faith." The fact that the left-wing Muslim groups vociferously reacted against McCain's remarks, just added validity to his comments, and indeed value for his presidential nomination hopes.

Senator McCain, who at this time last year led in most of the national polls for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination, needs something to break out of his current funk, that...

14 September, 2007, 12:59 pm

Free markets and traditional values are the twin pillars of conservative thought. Ronald Reagan embodied both of these beliefs, and was a master at promoting both of these ideas. However, Reagan fully understood that a reflexive anti-regulatory, pro-market ideology does not always promote the core values of decency and family that are at the foundation of the conservative movement. He believed these ideas must exist in concert, not one at the expense of the other.

Corporate America has one priority: to maximize profits for their shareholders and executives. This is a noble and worthy goal, and has served our country and society well in...

13 September, 2007, 11:45 am

When General David Patraeus was unanimously confirmed by left-wing Democrat Senators and those Senators with commonsense, Democrats had nothing but praise for General Patraeus' forthrightness and honesty during his Senate confirmation hearings.

Now that President Bush's and General Patraeus' surge of 30,000 troops has thus far been successful, these same left-wing Democrats are singing from the same surrender songsheet. Success of the surge is seen in the statistics: a 74% drop in dead civilians and a 66% drop in wounded civilians among many other indicators of success.

Many Democrats who voted for General Patraeus' confirmation -- who are invested in America's defeat in Iraq -- began disparaging General Patraeus and his successes in Iraq...

7 September, 2007, 11:23 am

On Thursday, the do-nothing Democrat-controlled 110th Congress -- which has not managed to send to the president even one appropriations bill out of 13 money bills to fund the federal government next year -- found time to pass one of their radical pro-abortion bills supported by their left-wing agitators. The legislation authored by long-time abortion fanatic, Senator Barbara Boxer, D-CA and the equally rabid Senator Olympia Snowe, a Republican from Maine, will completely overturn the "Mexico City Policy" instituted by President Ronald Reagan which has ensured that hard-earned tax dollars are not used to fund killing unborn babies overseas.

Senator Sam Brownback, R-KS, Chairman of the Senate Values Action Team, and presidential candidate said following the vote...

13 August, 2007, 1:41 pm

Justic Steven Breyer is venting about being on the losing end of major decisions during the recent Supreme Court Term:

SAN FRANCISCO—The Supreme Court's most recent term was a difficult one, Justice Stephen Breyer said Saturday, because he found himself on the losing end of several key cases. "I was in dissent quite a lot and I wasn't happy," Breyer said at the American Bar Association's annual meeting. Breyer was one of four liberal justices who dissented in cases involving abortion rights, school integration and pay discrimination. In the school case, in which the court struck down student assignment plans in Louisville, Ky., and Seattle, his frustration bubbled...

10 August, 2007, 1:19 pm

This is just disgusting:

In response to the Supreme Court decision upholding the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act, many abortion providers in Boston and around the country have adopted a defensive tactic. To avoid any chance of partially delivering a live fetus, they are injecting fetuses with lethal drugs before procedures.

That clinical shift in late-term abortions goes deeply against the grain, some doctors say: It poses a slight risk to the woman and offers her no medical benefit.

The benefit, of course, is purely in protecting doctors and medical facilities from being prosecuted for performing a partial-birth abortion. They...

9 August, 2007, 12:15 pm

Reports that firemen in San Diego were forced by their superiors to march in a gay pride parade is calling into question that city's commitment to the notion of religious liberty.

From World Net Daily:

Four firefighters are suing the city of San Diego for being forced by their superiors to attend the annual "Gay Pride" parade where they endured a barrage of sexual taunts and lewd gestures.

San Diego's fire chief, Tracy Jarman...