Archive for January 26th, 2009

Thinking Charitably

Liberal politicians are fond of claiming they care more about people in need, because of whatever legislation they’re pushing. But in his Stoplight® commentary, Stuart Shepard compares the two ways people can “give.” – Bold New Plan, n. 1) Loosely translates to “Liberals care more about people than conservatives do.” (Wild-Eyed Liberal Mainstream Media Dictionary); […]

More Former Club Gitmo Vacationers Return to Terrorism

In the wake of President Barack Obama’s decision to close Club Gitmo, we continue to hear more and more about former guests going back to terrorism (the question is begged among rational people: why were they let go in the first place???). A couple of weeks ago we learned that an increasing number of former […]

Few Worshipping at the Altar of Global Warming

Looks like the fantasy of anthropogenic global warming is finally getting the attention it deserves. According to CNS News,  it came in dead last in a list of 20 concerns proposed to the American people in a recent survey: Americans are concerned about the economy first of all, and they are tired of the “hype” […]

The Culture of Responsibility is the Culture of Life

STAR PARKER FOUNDER & PRESIDENT COALITION ON URBAN RENEWAL & EDUCATION In these uncertain times, some things remain constant. One is the arrival each Jan. 22 of tens of thousands of pro-life Americans to Washington, D.C., to note the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision and to mourn. Forty-eight million American children, […]

Massive Opposition to Obama DOMA Repeal

Reprinted by permission of the Christian Post By Katherine T. Phan Christian Post Reporter Mon, Jan. 26 2009 09:05 AM EST Thousands of traditional marriage supporters have contacted President Obama to voice opposition to his plan to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act. Almost immediately after the inaugural ceremony, the new administration updated the Whitehouse.gov […]

Sean Hannity Interview with Rush Limbaugh Part 4

In Part 4 of Sean Hannity’s interview with Rush Limbaugh, Limbaugh tells how expects President Barack Obama will overreach, how there is an ethical double-standard for Democrats and Republicans, liberal myths, how conservatives have lost the culture, and talks about President Bush. Excerpt: HANNITY: Let me, let me ask you this because we have Geithner, […]

The Downfall of Compassionate Conservatism

Until 60 or 70 years ago, when Americans hit hard times and needed help, they helped each other.  There were no government programs, there were no handouts, there were no welfare checks, just private individuals, family, charities and churches helping people in need. This system Marvin Olasky, author of The Tragedy of American Compassion, writes about […]

Divine Attributes in the Face of Danger

American Minute from William J. Federer Douglas MacArthur was born JANUARY 26, 1880. He commanded in World War I, was superintendent of West Point, and the youngest Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army. A four-star general, he retired in 1939, but returned in 1941 to defend the Philippines. When Japan invaded, President Roosevelt ordered […]

Cuss or Bust: Opposition to the No-Cussing Club

Fifteen-year-old McKay Hatch started a “No Cussing Club.”  Even if you’re not a moral crusader, you’d agree it would be a good thing to clean up language, make our communication more uplifting and dignified, right? Apparently many people disagree.  According to this report from Fox News, the young man and his family have been the recipient […]