Monthly Archive: October 2008

Oct 29

Prominent feminist: A McCain presidency would threaten abortion “rights”

Prominent feminist urges abortion advocates to vote for Obama   by Laurie Higgins In an op-ed piece appearing in the Wall Street Journal on Oct. 21, University of Michigan feminist law professor, Catherine MacKinnon, provides pro-lifers multiple compelling reasons to vote for John McCain: judges, judges, judges. Concerned that women’s “legal” and “social” equality will …

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Oct 29

Would I vote for a Democrat?

Would I vote for a democrat?   By Donald Hank If I lived in South Carolina, you bet I would! Frist of all, I would vote for almost anyone if I knew it would help defeat Lindsay Graham, the man who infamously said Americans who oppose amnesty for illegal aliens are bigots. But in this …

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Oct 28

The free market needs your help NOW!

The free market needs your help   (email Rush. See sample email and address at end)                                                                         by Donald Hank Americans often think there is little we as individuals can do to change politics as usual in Washington. The $700 billion bailout, opposed by almost all of us, is a sad reminder of our limitations. …

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Oct 24

Republicans get a bum rap in financial crisis

Don’t blame the Republicans for the financial crisis   Ken Brinzer Blaming the current problems of the economy on Bush, McCain and the Republicans doesn’t cut it.   Here’s why: 1.  In 2006 Bill Lockyer the Democrat California State Attorney General sued the Big Three Automakers – soon perhaps to be the Big Two American Automakers …

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Oct 24

Subprime crisis: the overall picture

Subprime crisis : the overall picture By Vincent Benard   In many aspects, the current financial meltdown that brought many banks and insurers to insolvency may be compared to the nuclear meltdown that affected the Chernobyl power plant. And whatever Big Government pundits may tell us endlessly – without real in-depth arguments – inappropriate state intrusions …

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Oct 23

The lawsuit none dare mention

The lawsuit none dare mention   By Donald Hank People all around the world are concerned about the lawsuit brought by Hillary supporter Phillip Berg, charging Barack Obama and the DNC with improprieties centered around Obama’s apparent inability to prove he is a US citizen, and in fact his having presented patently false documents, making …

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Oct 22

So you want to be a useful idiot

Olavo de Carvalho explains, in the column below, the psychological and sociological mechanisms by which people become pawns in the hands of leftwing political activists, who use them to get their man elected and keep him in power. Donald Hank   Quick lesson in sociology By Olavo de Carvalho Emile Durkheim, the founder of sociology, …

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Oct 20

A modern-day Lafayette rallies the troops

A modern-day Lafayette rallies the troops Fellow Conservatives, forget everything you “know” about the French right now. Yes, it is true that they have long dabbled in socialism and big government (statism), and their country’s economic policies show it. But likewise, our country’s economic policies show our own flirtation with these disastrous policies. In fact, …

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Oct 19

So you want to be a communist

So you want to be a communist   By Donald Hank Many conservative pundits today are trying desperately to warn their fellow Americans that Barack Obama has been linked to various far-left organizations, seems to have been reared by a convinced communist, and has ties to the far-left organization ACORN and with leftist terrorists like …

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Oct 15

MY BRETHREN–Who are Jesus’ brother and sisters?

Richard Hess is a Bible teacher who has studied the scriptures in depth. He is also a friend and brother in Christ. May the Lord bless you, Dear Reader, as you read Brother Hess’ expounding of the Holy Word of God. Donald Hank   MY BRETHREN Who are Jesus’ brothers, sisters and mothers? By Richard Hess  In Matthew chapter …

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