Senator Burris Caught Red Handed

We thought the Great Senate Seat Auction Scandal had faded into the past.  But in Barack Obama’s Chicago, political scandals have many lives. Former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich or “Blago” as he was affectionately known, was impeached for seeking bribes in return for an appointment to President Obama’s former Senate seat.  In the subsequent fallout, […]

The Obama Track Record: Promises Vs Results

The purpose of the original chart (all the blue parts) and the report it came from was to help sell the “stimulus” package, or “recovery plan,”  by planting in the public mind the perception that experts had done the math and knew how the government could “save or create 3.5 million jobs,” by borrowing and […]

Honoring Heroes on Veterans Day (1)

On thy grave the rain shall fall from the eyes of a mighty nation! ~Thomas W Parsons John William Finn: First Medal of Honor Recipient of World War II During the first attack by Japanese airplanes on the Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, on 7 December 1941, Lt. Finn promptly secured and manned a .50-caliber […]

Honoring Heroes on Veterans Day (2)

“Green sods are all their monuments; and yet it tells A nobler history than pillared piles, Or the eternal pyramids.” ~James Gates Percival Michael A. Monsoor: Awarded the Medal of Honor for Heroism in Iraq President Bush awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously to Petty Officer Second Class (SEAL) Michael A. Monsoor at the White […]

Honoring Heroes on Veterans Day (3)

Raymond R. Wright: Awarded the Medal of Honor for Heroism in Vietnam While serving as a rifleman, Spc4 Raymond R. Wright, 22,  distinguished himself during a combat patrol in an area where an enemy ambush had occurred earlier. Spc4. Wright’s unit suddenly came under intense automatic weapons and small-arms fire from an enemy bunker system […]

Honoring Heroes on Veterans Day (4)

They fell, but o’er their glorious grave Floats free the banner of the cause they died to save. ~Francis Marion Crawford Audy Murphy: Most Decorated Soldier of World War II Near Holtzwihr France, on January 26, 1945 2d Lt. Murphy commanded Company B, which was attacked by 6 tanks and waves of infantry. 2d Lt. […]

They Gave The Last Full Measure of Devotion

Originally published in 2008 Congressional Medal of Honor Citations for heroes interred in the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington Cemetery, Washington D.C. World War I By virtue of an act of Congress approved 24 August 1921, the Medal of Honor, emblem of highest ideals and virtues is bestowed in the name of the Congress […]

Abortion Dogma at Notre Dame

The establishment media are on their knees in praise and worship of President Obama for “hitting head on” the controversy over Notre Dame, a Catholic University,  inviting him to speak at commencement, even though his position on abortion conflicts with church doctrine.  But in reality, he went through his entire speech without a single word […]

Torture, Pelosi, and the Elephant in the Parlor

Nancy Pelosi has given several contradictory statements regarding her role in the Congressional committee that oversees CIA’s secret operations, including aggressive interrogation techniques that have been called “torture” by some politicians. The political-media establishment, including Commentators on the right have focused on Speaker Pelosi’s embarrassingly  incompetent press conference yesterday where she was incoherent in her […]

Godliness makes a nation great, but sin is a disgrace to any people Proverbs 14:34

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