Archive for October 17th, 2008

Deciphering the Debate

With both John McCain and Barack Obama dodging the straightforward answers at the last presidential debate, it can be challenging to decipher what was said. In a special edition of the Focus Action Election Update, Stuart Shepard and Carrie Gordon Earll examine how the presidential contenders handled a debate question concerning Roe v. Wade and […]

South Dakota Dist. 35 Candidates on Gun Rights for College Students

From the South Dakota Family Policy Council’s 2008 general election voter guide, comparing South Dakota District 35 legislative candidates on gun rights for college students: Support an act to regulate the right to carry a firearm on the campuses of public institutions of higher education? The legislation allows law abiding citizens to bare arms for […]

Lib Talker Ed Schultz Walks Off the Set

During a debate on Fox and Friends between liberal radio talk show host Ed Schultz and conservative talk radio host Steve Malzberg, Schultz couldn’t take the heat and walked off the set in the middle of the discussion. From our friends at NewsBusters, the discussion was about Joe the Plumber (now Liberal Public Enemy #1) […]

Barack the Plumber

Barack the Socialist Plumber is ready for work, eager to siphon off the fruits of your labor and give them to someone else. Did the other folks deserve the fruits of your labor? Do they really need it? Will it help them? Who cares! At least Obama can say that he’s “compassionate.” Courtesy of our […]

The Handiwork of Obama’s Terrorist Associate Bill Ayers

If you’re not an Obamaniac who’s firmly buried your head in the sand to keep from hearing any truth about Barack Obama’s domestic terrorist associate Bill Ayers, you might be interested in Joseph Morrison Skelly’s piece at the National Review today. Though liberals would rather the American people just ignore this whole issue as a […]

South Dakota Dist. 30 Candidates on Right of Conscience for Pharmacists

From the South Dakota Family Policy Council’s 2008 general election voter guide, comparing South Dakota District 30 legislative candidates on right of conscience for pharmacists: Support an act to clarify the application of certain statutes relative to contraception and birth control? This measure takes away and repeals current legal protections for pharmacists that allow them […]

Pro-Abortionists Stretch Reason to Keep Abortion Legal

The pro-abortionists at Sanford Health in Sioux Falls must be desperate to keep unrestrained abortion legal in South Dakota. As the local Black Hills Fox News station reports, a “leaked” internal memo from Sanford Health says the health giant has, um, concerns about the implications of Initiated Measure 11. Initiated Measure 11, incidentally, is a […]

Great Solution to Fix Health Care Accessibility

This video report, while light-hearted at times, holds some very important truth about our “health care crisis.” It also contains a very important truth about socialism itself. Take note of both the visible and underlying attitudes of some of the people interviewed here. If you think they’re rare and isolated incidents, you’re either out of […]

Palin Wows Maine

Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin wows Bangor on energy, the war, national defense and other topics. Joshua Tardy said she talked as one of the people, on everyday people’s terms. That’s what we need. We’ve had too much blather and too little forthrightness from our leaders.

A Signal Stroke of Providence

American Minute from William J. Federer Her beautiful, long hair was scalped off her head by Indians after she was shot. This was the fate of Jane McCrea, whose loyalist fiancĂ© David Jones had only weeks earlier joined “Gentleman Johnny” Burgoyne, the British General marching with 5,000 troops from Canada to Albany, New York. Capturing […]

Do We Know Enough to Elect John McCain?

With a shady past like this, I think we need to hold hearings.