Archive for March 7th, 2008

McGovern Becoming an Economic Conservative?

I don’t know what’s happened to the ultra-liberal George McGovern, but his column in the Wall Street Journal today sounds like it could have been written by an orthodox conservative. Under the guise of protecting us from ourselves, the right and the left are becoming ever more aggressive in regulating behavior. Much paternalist scrutiny has […]

Eulogy for Huckabee’s Campaign

The Wall Street Journal has what I believe is a fitting eulogy for Mike Huckabee’s campaign, now that he’s dropped out: Mr. Huckabee’s main weakness was that he seemed to lack any real convictions other than his religious faith. He tried to sound hawkish on security even as he mimicked the liberal critique of the […]

McCain Makes His Pitch to Hard Core Conservatives

Today John McCain will speak before the Council for National Policy meeting in New Orleans. The Council for National Policy is a group of conservatives primarily interested in social issues, but generally seeking conservative solutions in most areas. According to today’s Washington Times, the impression McCain makes could turn out to be his make-or-break pitch […]

Ron Paul Hangs Up His Spurs

Ron Paul posted this video on his website last night as he threw in the towel and hung up his spurs in his ride for the presidency. Except for his Libertarian tendencies and opposition to the war in Iraq and the War on Terrorism, I liked him a lot. He has a rare reverence […]

NewsBusted Conservative Comedy, 146

Topics in today’s show: –John McCain faces ques… (more) Added: March 06, 2008 Topics in today’s show: –John McCain faces questions about his eligibility to run for president being born in Panama –Pictures of Barack Obama incorrectly believed to be dressed in Islamic clothing continue to trouble the Illinois Democrat –ABC fakes anti-Islamic hatred –The […]

Ellsworth B-1 Incident in Guam

From Pacific News Center comes word of an accident involving one of the B-1 bombers from Ellsworth Air Force Base in Rapid City, South Dakota. No injuries involved, fortunately. It seems the crew had just exited the aircraft when it rolled into some support vehicles. (Guess they forgot to put it in “Park”) 🙂 From […]

The Death Penalty: More Protection for Innocents

GUEST COLUMN By Dudley SharpJustice Matters Often the death penalty dialogue gravitates to the subject of innocents at risk of execution. Seldom is a more common problem reviewed. That is, how innocents are more at risk without the death penalty. Living murderers in prison, after release or escape or after our failures to incarcerate them, […]

California Court Shows Contempt for Parental Rights

A California Appellate Court has effectively made home schooling illegal, further eroding the rights of parents to care for their children in the ways they think most appropriate. Instead, childen will be required to attend government schools, or, at least, have only government approved teachers. This comes only months after the Los Angeles Times reported […]

More Intimidation of Churches in Abortion Debate

In modern America, it seems almost everyone is welcome at the political table. Almost any person or group can legitimately enter the arena of ideas, articulate a position and advocate it’s adoption. Today’s political arena has room for almost every group, except one: Christians. It’s becoming a recurring theme during election season to have everyone […]

Hillary Clinton Talks About Jesus

The Brody File at CBN News has a transcript and recording of an interview Hillary Clinton gave to New York Times reporter Michael Luo last year about her faith. For those who take their Christian faith seriously, you may be interested in some of the quotes Brody features. Reporter: And, do you believe on the […]