Archive for April 21st, 2009

Intolerance of the Tolerant: Predictable as Sunrise

Homosexual activists have made a big show in recent years of demanding “tolerance” for their immoral and unhealthy sexual practices. Ironically, the tolerance they demand from society isn’t something they find easy to return.  In fact, many show considerably more contempt for morality, normalcy and health than the average American ever dreams of showing toward […]

US Navy Motivational Poster

From The Patriot Post (www.PatriotPost.US) (May it motivate America’s enemies…to think twice before considering harm to an American)

Planned Parenthood Annual Report: Abortions, Revenue Up

The nation’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, recently released their annual report, this one covering the fiscal year 2007-2008. Among the items in the report: the number of annual abortions performed  by Planned Parenthood is up over 5% to 305,310. Taxpayer funding for this morally bankrupt organization is also up, from about $337 million to just under […]

The Narcissist in Chief

Charles Krauthammer may really be onto something here in understanding the un-American behavior of our own American president Barack Obama. (see video below) Krauthammer points out the fact that, unlike most presidents, Barack Obama refuses to defend his own country against any attacks made on it by some of the most notorious thugs in the […]

The Latest Member of Obama’s Undermining-America Team

A few weeks ago I talked about the “dream team” President Barack Obama is assembling. It’s a dream team with impressive qualifications…to inflict grievous harm on the moral fiber and national security of the United States. And it appears President Obama is still adding to that team. WorldNetDaily reports on the newest member, and here […]

The Measure of Mark Twain

  American Minute from William J. Federer “Mark Twain,” a river measurement meaning “12-feet-deep,” was the pen name of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, who died APRIL 21, 1910. Growing up on the Mississippi, Clemens left school at age 12 when his father died, became a printer’s apprentice, then piloted steamboats till the War between the States […]