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Columbia Free Trade Pelosi’s Dangerous Game

On: 10/02/2008 14:10:13 In: Big Labor By HOWARD RICH With America’s economic, national security and geopolitical interests teetering on an extraordinarily precarious footing, now is not the time for our nation’s leaders to allow a narrow special interest to circumvent the will of our democratic institutions. Unfortunately, that’s precisely what’s happening in Washington, D.C. right now as Speaker Nancy Pelosi […]

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Orphans of the Corn

On: 10/02/2008 16:34:07 In: Energy Crisis, Global Warming Fraud, and the Environment     “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” – Albert EinsteinEverything the Greens touch may be turning red. Blood red. Like the Pharaoh Ramesses of old, Congress is bringing plague after plague upon itself. And mankind. In the […]

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Raising the Flag of Free Enterprise

On: 10/02/2008 16:48:06 In: Health Care Republican presidential candidate John McCain came out earlier this week with yet another proposal to help treat the country’s much-ballyhooed health-care crisis. Last month, you may recall, the putative nominee proposed encouraging states to allow residents more leeway in purchasing insurance plans from out-of-state providers who may offer more economic coverage. So far, so […]

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Big Trouble in Latin America

On: 10/06/2008 09:49:19 In: Hard Left While the presidential candidates are immersed in debates on foreign policy ranging from the war on terror to NATO expansion, and the media is obsessed with the Clinton/Obama spat, there is real trouble brewing south of the border in Latin America. And, in fact, some of the more troubling items show a pattern of […]

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Cerberus-like Sebelius

On: 10/06/2008 10:11:03 In: Energy Crisis, Global Warming Fraud, and the Environment “It is not the critic who counts, nor the man who points how the strong man stumbled or where the doer of deeds have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena; whose face is marred by dust and sweat and […]

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Judging the Constitution

On: 10/06/2008 10:23:33 In: 2nd Amendment If the Supreme Court’s recent ruling in the Crawford v. Marion County Election Board voter-ID case is any indication, the Court could be going a long way towards repairing the damage done by decades of judicial activism. It could also portend well for other rulings this year – including the Heller v. D.C. gun […]

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Higher Education: Boon or Boondoggle?

On: 10/06/2008 10:48:21 In: California News “We are living in 1937, and our universities, I suggest, are not half-way out of the fifteenth century. We have made hardly any changes in our conception of university organization, education, graduation, for a century- for several centuries.” – H.G. Wells As the State of California teeters on the brink of a budget crisis, […]

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Liberty let the Gentleman see, Just how nice a dame you can be

On: 10/06/2008 11:06:58 In: Energy Crisis, Global Warming Fraud, and the Environment We guess it’s all a matter of priorities. Over the course of the past week, headline writers throughout the world sounded a clarion call for immediate action to rescue what ALG News in its editorial cartoon called “The Orphans of the Corn.” Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) apparently got […]

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Democrat Committees Using Watergate Tactics

On: 10/06/2008 11:21:35 In: First Amendment On April 23rd, an arm of the Democrat Party took a chilling step over a line that people of all political views and parties had honored for more than 30 years. It deliberately attempted to drag the IRS into the rough and tumble of political discourse.Just six days later – as if to prove […]

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Feathering the Bed at Taxpayer Expense

On: 10/06/2008 11:38:17 In: Fiscal Responsibility While Rome burns, the politicians are busy feathering Big Government beds with new make-work jobs. That’s the news from our nation’s capitals. With the economy faltering amid slowing growth, rising prices, falling government revenue, and the private sector tightening its belt, public sector employment is skyrocketing according to USA Today: “Federal, state and local […]

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