Recently during the GOP primaries in the South, we heard the haughty derision from liberals that poll results seemed to indicate that a great many people in Alabama and Mississippi believe Barack Obama is a Muslim instead of the Christina he claims to be. Well, how could anyone be so stupid as to believe that? I wonder what could have possibly led people to that conclusion? Quite a bit of evidence, actually.
Called the “Chief Architect of the Constitution,” he wrote many of the Federalist Papers which helped convince States to ratify the Constitution. He introduced the First Amendment in the first session of Congress. This was James Madison, born MARCH 16, 1751.
What a bunch of complete idiots, acting like spoiled five year old children. Remember this during this election year when you consider whether you should support a conservative candidate with your time, your money, or your vote.
Jason Mattera has been busy exposing the Hollywood hypocrisy of those who make huge amounts of money pretending to be someone else, and then in turn consider themselves qualified to lecture the hard-working people who make this country function on how they should live their lives.
On MARCH 15, 1984, the Senate voted down voluntary prayer in public schools. President Reagan said: “I am deeply disappointed that, although a majority of the Senate voted for it, the school prayer amendment fell short.” In 1982, Reagan had told the Alabama Legislature: “The First Amendment was not written to protect the people of this country from religious values; it was written to protect religious values from government tyranny.”
As we learn via Twitchy and Gateway Pundit, it seems (gasp, such surprise!) Sandra Fluke isn’t nearly so poverty stricken as we were led to believe.You may recall that she went before congress a few weeks ago to testify that she was having so much sex that she needed $1,000 a year to pay for the contraceptives necessary to prevent the natural outcome of sexual intercourse. But now we find her jet-setting to Spain and Italy with her boyfriend and having a great time…when so recently she was too poor to pay for her own birth control or to help her needy friends.
The ink barely dry on the surrender agreements signed by Germany and Japan and another tyrannical regime reared its head right here at home. It was of comparatively small scale, but vicious and determined none-the-less and only an armed citizenry could stop it.
This week, the DOJ blocked Texas’ voter identification law, falsely claiming it would be a burden to Hispanic people in the state. The simple question here is why do Democrats so viciously oppose common-sense voter ID laws? The simple answer is that Democrats, and even some so-called Republicans, cheat in elections. They have to cheat, because their communist ideology is diametrically opposed to the freedom and individualism that the majority of Americans cherish.
What is the “greater good”? It sure sounds important, doesn’t it? The only thing I can think of that’s better than the greater good would be the “Greatest Best”. But what it actually means is up to conjecture. We’re talking comparative words here, so we are forced to ask the question, “Compared to what?” Let’s break it down.
Have you heard about the desecration of the American flag perpetrated by the Democrats in Lake County, Florida? Seems they took an American flag and put a picture of Barack Obama over the stars in the flag. As contemptible as this behavior was, it nevertheless serves as a “teachable moment” to illustrate some important truths about how the Democrat Party views American and the principles for which the American flag stands.
These days, I often feel like I went to sleep in America and woke up in the old Soviet Union or some other Marxist hellhole. What do I mean? It’s the fact that meanings seem to have no meaning anymore. We have “Republican” legislators who vote down legislation that exemplifies Republican values; a Republican presidential candidate who has a pro-abortion, pro-homosexual, pro-government health care, and pro-global warming record; and now we have university authorities who are telling a Christian group they must have non-Christian leaders because they “aren’t a religious group.”