Stop Shouting: My Rebuttal to a Progressive who Admonished Me to Play Nice ….

November 22, 2010 § 2 Comments

The following rebuttal is mine alone. I do not speak for my husband, for my friends, for my children, but solely for myself.

I am tired of being told to sit down and shut up.

I am tired of being told what I can and can not say.

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John Hayward: A Suggestion For The Lame Ducks

November 19, 2010 § Leave a comment

Published by Human Events

November 16, 2010

Everyone has been watching the lame ducks waddle into Congress with trepidation. What will these “zombie representatives” do? Those who were voted out of office in the midterm elections will be tempted to use this final session of Congress to write themselves into the history books with taxpayer-funded ink. Alex Pappas at the Daily Caller quotes the apprehensive Phil Kerpen, vice-president of Americans for Prosperity, warning a Capitol Hill rally: “If they get their way on spending, we are going to get a trillion dollar omnibus spending bill that funds Obamacare, funds the EPA, funds everything that we want to stop.”

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John Hayward: Dream Of Universal Home Ownership Realized

November 19, 2010 § Leave a comment

Published by Human Events

November 16, 2010

Leon Wolf writes today at Human Events of Marco Rubio’s victorious Senate campaign as “a referendum on the greatness of America.” Rubio brings vital nourishment to a public starved for optimism and the celebration of greatness. The position of the Democrat Party and its President, on the other hand, is that America’s government has the potential to be great with them in charge, but its peasants are revolting. This has, in turn, contributed greatly to our economic malaise.

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John Hayward: The Poverty Of A Nervous Republic

November 19, 2010 § Leave a comment

Published by Human Events

November 17, 2010

Leon Wolf writes today at Human Events of Marco Rubio’s victorious Senate campaign as “a referendum on the greatness of America.” Rubio brings vital nourishment to a public starved for optimism and the celebration of greatness. The position of the Democrat Party and its President, on the other hand, is that America’s government has the potential to be great with them in charge, but its peasants are revolting. This has, in turn, contributed greatly to our economic malaise.

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John Hayward: The Case of the Disappearing Billions

November 19, 2010 § Leave a comment

Published by Human Events

November 17, 2010

The federal government spent about three and a half trillion dollars last year. It is the official position of the Democrat Party that not a single dime of that spending can be cut. When pressured to make spending cuts, the Left invariably sighs and trots out policemen and teachers as the first to be sacrificed, claiming there is no fat to be found anywhere else.

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Fred Reed: 396 – Sex and Head Space

November 19, 2010 § Leave a comment

Gonads and Gadgets

A Freddical View

Published by Fred On Everything

June 22, 2008

I have concluded that both sexes are grave mistakes, and constitute a sort of festering biological schizophrenia (if schizophrenia can fester), but they seem to be errors of different sorts. I wonder whether men and women live in quite the same mental world.

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John Hayward: An Interview With Brigitte Gabriel of ACT! for America

November 18, 2010 § Leave a comment

Published by Human Events

November 15, 2010

Today I had the pleasure of speaking with Brigitte Gabriel, founder of ACT! For America, a grassroots organization that provided crucial support for State Question 755 in Oklahoma. This is the law that would ban Oklahoma courts from considering Islamic sharia law, or other international legal codes, in their rulings. Last week, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) won a temporary injunction to block implementation of the law. Hearings for a permanent injunction are set to begin November 22nd.

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