Obama’s ineligibility: It is time to create a genuine opposition
By Lawrence Sellin Full Story
The 2012 election is underway and it will be a street fight, whose outcome will determine if the United States survives as a republic.
It is futile writing to Congress for the redress of grievances. They are only interested in getting elected, not in representing their constituents.
Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) is the Senate Majority Whip, the second highest position in the Democratic Party leadership in the Senate.
FLOTILLA CRUISELINE:Mediterranean cruise to Gaza
By Barry Shaw Full Story
It’s summer, and the radicals are basking themselves in the Greek sunshine and touring the beautiful sites of Greece before embarking on FLOTILLA CRUISELINE for their Mediterranean cruise to Gaza.
We have attached their shore excursion of Gaza.
Wow! Now I understand why they paid so much to join this cruise…
I never liked reading the Washington Post because it is exclusively a leftist paper. However, there are views that are important to ponder in order to stay informed of the disastrous direction our country is being forced towards by a minority of Americans who lust to live in socialist Europe. I wonder why the left “suffers” in our “socially unjust” country when we would gladly buy them a one-way ticket to the communist paradise of their choice.
Leave Me Alones vs Make It Betters
By Daniel Greenfield Full Story
The two streams in American politics are not liberal vs conservative, they can be roughly defined as “Leave Me Alone” vs “Make It Better”. Leave Me Alone seeks personal independence, self-reliance and freedom from interference. Make It Better believes in the progressive betterment of society through regulation, intervention and education.
Most people associate the “Leave Me Alones” with conservatism and the “Make It Betters” with liberalism. That’s partly true, but not entirely. The hijacking of liberalism and the Democratic party by the radical left has them into the standard bearers of a ruthless “Make It Better” agenda. But “Make It Better” is found often on the right as well. The loss of the cultural war to the left has pushed conservatives into a defensive position. And the ascension of the left has moved it into a state of permanent aggression.