Monthly Archive: February 2008

Feb 29

McCain, you ain’t off the hook yet

    By Donald Hank   According to an article in the Washington Post, John McCain has now said that we need border barriers. You may say that is not too bad for a Ted Kennedy bosom pal who worked his tail off last summer to keep the borders wide open and reward 12-20 million lawbreakers …

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Feb 28

Let kids spend “day of silence” at home

My wife was watching Jerry Springer just now and saw a presentation of a mom and her gay son dressed as a woman. The mom was yelling that the son was not allowed in the family until he recognized his own sex for what it was. Jerry told her that America did not agree with …

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Feb 28

The violent overthrow of America

 By Donald Hank Three of America’s enemies are positioning themselves to enter the White House, where one will continue the siege initiated by George W. Bush. Hillary hates us because we didn’t go to Harvard. The Obama’s hate us for our color — red, white and blue.  Barrack H. (don’t ask what it stands for) wants …

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Feb 27

President Lula, guilty by confession

Olavo de Carvalho is a respected journalist with a wide following in his native Brazil and is an increasingly popular public speaker in this country.  Mr. Carvalho provided Laigle’s Forum readers with an eye-opening article on the CFR and the Forum of Sao Paolo back on May 27, 2006, followed by several others including one …

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Feb 23

Churchians rob Christians of land and Bibles

Maybe you have noticed that there are a lot of groups out there who have used the gospel of Jesus Christ for a variety of purposes, such as getting political power, mostly on the Left these days, but chiefly for making money. Huge multi-million dollar churches dot the landscape from coast to coast, and this outward …

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Feb 22

Liars who boast of lying

By Donald Hank The next column, by Olavo de Carvalho, scheduled to appear within a day or two, will need some introduction. First, for those of you who follow the US media, I need to point out that Lula is the president of Brazil. The only thing said about him recently was from a few …

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Feb 22

Richard Viguerie: fight is just beginning

Richard Viguerie is a great conservative and the following is good advice, worth reading. But he leaves out something that deserves attention: third parties. If conservatives continue to battle and, in 4-6 years, still lose because of the hard-headedness of top-ranking GOP leaders, then that should signal to us that it is time to exit the …

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Feb 19

One Liberty Guarantees the Rest: Original Sin, the Government, and the Right to Bear Arms

By Anthony Horvath (For a spirited discussion of issues related to this topic, see this forum entry at sntjohnny.com) With yet another school shooting, this time in NIU, along with the so-called ‘meat cleaver’ killer in New York, we can take a few minutes again to revisit the question of the nature of man. Those …

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Feb 19

The good, the bad and the grotesque in Europe

 UK suicide town A small town in England has had a disproportionately high suicide rate. Here is the story of the latest victims. At the risk of appearing overly simplistic, let us not forget that England has long abandoned its Christian roots. Nothing is more demoralizing than nihilism, and that is all that many young …

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Feb 16

Lethal Delicacy

 by Olavo de Carvalho At the time of this writing, the Republican Party is torn between Baptist pastor Mike Huckabee and war veteran John McCain.  The Democrats have not yet decided between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.  The American electoral picture is thus divided between three enigmas and a frightening certainty.  No one has the …

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