Archive for March 13th, 2010

Time to Pop Zepplin Head Barbara Boxer

Time to Pop Zepplin Head Barbara Boxer

It’s called “Hot Air: The Movie” and it’s a campaign video from Carly Fiorina who is running against ultra-liberal Democrat Barbara Boxer from California. The video points out that in the 18 years Senator Boxer has been in Washington has accomplished little…little good, that is.

Obamafeld

Obamafeld

This hilarious video merges current events in Washington D.C. with the Jerry Seinfeld universe to produce “Obamafeld.” My favorite scenes are where President Barack Obama “talks to” Republicans, and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi “invites” the news cameras into the political discussions. Of course, the Joe Biden cameos are priceless, too.

School Censorship Case May go to Supreme Court

School Censorship Case May go to Supreme Court

A legal group on Thursday filed a petition requesting the U.S. Supreme Court to review the case of a kindergarten student’s poster that was censored by a school because it contained the image of Jesus. When Antonio was in kindergarten, he drew a poster with several religious figures with the words, “The only way to save the world” for an art project about the environment.

Boomsday: Coming to a Theater Near You

Boomsday: Coming to a Theater Near You

Without a robust family-centered culture to care for America’s elderly, the State will continue to expand its role in this arena. The only remaining hope is that we as a society can learn from our mistakes, move away from our radical individualistic, self-centered mindset, and rediscover the great blessings – and great responsibilities – of true family.

On ‘Obamacare,’ just say no

On 'Obamacare,' just say no

When Barack Obama was sworn in as president, he chose the bible that Abraham Lincoln used on which to take the oath of office. A little over a year later, as President Obama strong arms House and Senate Democrats to pass a health care bill that will nationalize 17 percent of our economic lives — a bill that many Americans don’t want — we ought to recall Lincoln’s famous words at Gettysburg.