Monthly Archives: February 2011

“Fellows, come over here and gather around. Doss wants to pray for us.”

True and inspiring story of a Conscientious Objector awarded the Medal Of Honor in World War II. Corporal Desmond Doss, the lanky medic, cringed inside.  This was not what he had meant when he’d suggested prayer to Lieutenant Goronto.  Faced … Continue reading

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Hate-A-Rama: The Vulgar, Sexist, Racist, Homophobic Rage of the Left

Where’d all that civility go the Dems were calling for a few short months ago? Civil? For thee, but not for me. Barack Obama’s new era of civility was over before it began. You wouldn’t know it from reading the … Continue reading

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The Rubicon of Wisconsin:Recklessly principled Republicans are tackling our fiscal crisis.

The magnificent turmoil now gripping statehouses in Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana and others marks an epic political moment. The nation faces a fiscal crisis of historic proportions and, remarkably, our muddled, gridlocked, allegedly broken politics has yielded a singular clarity. At … Continue reading

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Galveston County: A Model for Social Security Reform

In 1981 Galveston County Texas opted out of the Social Security Program. That’s right, they legally with the consent of the United States, developed an alternate plan and have been using it successfully for the past 30 years. Below are … Continue reading

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The Trouble with Public Sector Unions

When Chris Christie became New Jersey’s governor in January, he wasted no time in identifying the chief perpetrators of his state’s fiscal catastrophe. Facing a nearly $11 billion budget gap — as well as voters fed up with the sky-high … Continue reading

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Killing Owls to Save Owls

First they came for the loggers, destroying 30,000 jobs and countless lives. Now they’re coming for the Barred Owl. Anyone remember the Great Spotted Owl Controversy? Back in the late 80s and early 90s, it was the first major instance … Continue reading

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To Be a Republican Lawmaker in Madison

To Be a Republican Lawmaker in Madison February 17, 2011 6:01 P.M. By Jay Nordlinger Randy Hopper is a state senator in Wisconsin. A Republican. He is now holed up with his colleagues — his Republican colleagues — in the … Continue reading

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