Archive for October 2nd, 2008

Free Speech Between 12 and 1 on Tuesdays and Thursdays With 10 Days Advanced Notice

From today’s StopLight: A college student is threatened with expulsion for sharing the Gospel.

Men in Black Squash the People

This is a very good ad in favor of Yes on 8, the marriage protection amendment in California. It outlines the usurpation of democracy and the will of the people perpetrated by the judicial activists in California, in addition to what’s at stake.

The Joe Biden Embarrassment Wagon

A little preview of the kind of things we might hear from Joe Biden at tonight’s vice presidential debate. I don’t know about you, but I have the popcorn ready to pop. If Joe’s ready to gaffe, I’m ready to laugh. Give us some more tips on some of that Red “patriotism”! Don’t disappoint us, […]

New Video: Marxist Children Sing for the Obamessiah

Courtesy of Reason.TV and WorldNetDaily, we now have a version of the “kids singing to the Most Beneficent Lord Barack Obamessiah” video that hit a day or two ago. This one is a little more in touch with its Marxist roots, in the best Pyongyang tradition.

Whether You Like it or Not

The Yes on 8 at have their first ad out in support of Proposition 8 in California to protect marriage from the homosexual hijackers and their accomplices in the judiciary. The people of California voted in 2000 to protect marriage and spell out what rational people have understood instinctively for thousands of years: that […]

Archbishop Burke: Democrats Risk Becoming Party of Death

From Reuters comes word that former St. Louis Archbishop Raymond Burke, who now leads the Vatican’s Supreme Court of the Apostolic Signature, didn’t pull his punches when he recently described the Democrat Party as a “party of death” recently. According to the Reuters piece, in June he told the Italian Catholic newspaper Avvenire that the […]

Ifill Already Disparaged Palin, More Expected Tonight

More evidence today that Gwen Ifill “moderating” tonight’s vice presidential debate between Joe Biden and Sarah Palin is a joke. Though Ifill already has a clear track record of liberal extremism, Jim Meyers at NewsMax points out that some her bias is specifically toward Palin: Later Ifill said about Palin: “Lots of talk about, what, […]

Regaining Confidence After the Wall Street Earthquake

By Marie Jon’ Our people in Congress who contributed to the Wall Street uncertainties must take their share of the blame. They have been exposed by new media pundits and conservative talk radio. The old drive-by-media will not be able to spin the culprits out of this problem. American voters have sufficient time to learn […]

Pastors Can Speak Out Without Joining Pulpit Freedom Initiative

With all the talk and news on the Alliance Defense Fund’s (ADF) Pulpit Freedom Sunday effort to regain constitutional freedom of speech and freedom of religion for America’s pastors and churches, it should be noted that America’s pastors don’t even have to join this courageous effort to still speak out and be effective in the […]

Dykstra Points to Failure of Leadership from Johnson

Republican Joel Dykstra isn’t playing around with this new ad. He calls Senator Johnson on the carpet for refusing to debate him and defend himself, and for not showing leadership on the Senate Banking Committee–leadership that might have averted the massive financial mess we face. If Senator Johnson isn’t willing to be proactive in solving […]

The Book of Barack

Is your name in the book? No, not the Book of Life; the Book of Barack.

Better Off Under Obama?

You won’t be better off under Barack Obama, that’s for sure.