Friday, October 31, 2008

From being watchdogs to needing watchdogs - by David Limbaugh

The mainstream media long ago abdicated their role as government watchdog and now require a watchdog themselves. Never has that been clearer than in the 2008 presidential election, during which they are covering up rather than covering Barack Obama's shady past and alliances, and involvement in corrupt practices threatening our democratic system.

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America's future is in our own hands - by Hal Lindsey

Thomas Jefferson warned us about this: "Government big enough to supply everything you need is big enough to take everything you have." In this election, we are making a clear choice: Either continue to pursue our own destiny and well-being, or give the government the power to establish a "welfare state" in which it slowly takes over our freedoms.

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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Obama's Worst Nightmare! Know what it is?

There is somebody that is very afraid that he could still lose the election. That person is doing all he can to silence this story, but it is of no avail. He feels the "heat". Though the pundits would say it was too late, there are those of us that are just plain fired up. You betcha! Oh, yeah, us, the "hayseeds that ought to be on the NASCAR circuit."

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The coming 1st Amendment crackdown - Joseph Farah

Know this: Idiots like Jeff Bingaman (D-NM), Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama can't handle dissent. They know their detestable policies cannot win the day in the free and open marketplace of ideas. So what they do is what tyrants have always done – they use the coercive power of government to control debate, using the "Fairness" Doctrine.

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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Sarah Palin vs. Barack Obama

This is a comparison table of the qualifications and experience of Barack Obama and Sarah Palin. Pretty amazing. read more | digg story ~ submitted to digg by pcamerica

Monday, October 27, 2008

Barack, Sarah, and the Bible - By Jim Bramlett

Barack Hussein Obama has taken the nation by storm. From obscurity, with zero executive experience, or much of any kind, he has vaulted into the position of Presidential frontrunner. It is stunning. On the surface, it appears attributable only to his eloquent oratory and his race. But an invisible factor may be a strong spiritual force behind him. read more | digg story

Newspaper shows Obama belonged to socialist party - by Aaron Klein

Aaron Klein writes about evidence that while running for the Illinois state Senate in 1996 as a Democrat, Obama actively sought and received the endorsement of the socialist-oriented New Party. The New Party was formed by members of the Democratic Socialists for America and leaders of an offshoot of the Community Party USA, and alliance with ACORN.

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'What's wrong with socialism?' - By Joseph Farah

We assume that most Americans understand socialism is an evil, immoral system of economics and government. However, it seems that not everybody knows why socialism is so bad. Farah believes that the only way many people will ever understand why it is so evil, is if they see it for themselves, as they will if Barack Obama is our next President.

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Obama's 'authoritarian media practices' slammed

Joe Biden trips over another stumbling block

By Aaron Klein, WorldNetDaily's Jerusalem bureau chief All freedom-loving Americans and independent-minded journalists must be concerned about the authoritarian actions practiced in recent days by Sen. Barack Obama's campaign, which cut off future interviews to a local news network after its anchor dared to ask legitimate but pressing questions to Democrat vice presidential candidate Sen. Joe Biden. The boycott move is a direct threat to what little is left of America's free press, highlighting to reporters the ramifications of questioning the Obama campaign on issues it doesn't want to talk about. As a Mideast reporter, I've seen this kind of action before. It's routinely practiced by Middle East dictators and has resulted in an intimidated press corps which toes the jihadist line, in part out of fear of having their contacts cut off.

During the exchange in question, labeled as "hostile" by the Obama campaign, WFTV Orlando's Barbara West started an interview by asking Biden whether he was embarrassed about the "blatant attempts to register phony voters by ACORN," stating Obama had been tied to the controversial organization which has been convicted in massive cases of voter registration fraud.

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Sunday, October 26, 2008

Warning to Citizens: Ask questions at your own risk

Apparently, we (concerned citizens, patriots, the New Media, "Joe the Plumber" Wurzelbacher, Sarah Palin) have made somebody very, very angry. Well, you see the problem, don't you? We weren't supposed to know that Barack Obama is a Socialist (or worse). We were also supposed to be kept unaware of what Obama's promise of "change" would be.

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Joe the Plumber Background Check Investigated

State and local officials in Columbus, Ohio are investigating if state and law-enforcement computer systems were illegally accessed when they were tapped for personal information about Joe “the Plumber” Wurzelbacher.

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Saturday, October 25, 2008

Rush Limbaugh on polling

Rush spoke to the Fox & Friends hosts this morning to discuss polling and the state of the race. Rush argues that pollsters want to shape opinion rather than measuring it, especially media-sponsored polls. Why? To produce a steady drumbeat of pessimism for Republicans. read the transcript from | digg story

Letter from 2012 in Obama’s America

What will the United States be like if Senator Obama is elected? The most reliable way of predicting people ’s future actions is by looking at their past actions. Jesus himself taught, “You will recognize them by their fruits” (Matthew 7:16). Anyone who has hired employees knows that – the best predictor of a person’s future job performance is notwhat he tells you he can do, but what he has actually done in the past. (This blog post will point you to Letter from 2012 in Obama’s America.) digg story, submitted by ThirstyJon

Conservatives on DIGG

There are Conservatives on DIGG. Getting conservative articles to the front page has not been as easy. However, after plenty of trial and error and searching, something has been found that may just change all of that. It is time to pull together and change what we see on the front page. read more | digg story, submitted by BadgerDigger

Our global Big Brother - By Henry Lamb

October 24 was the birthday of the United Nations. In its 63 years of operation, it has spent billions of dollars in its quest to create global governance. Its goal is almost in its grasp. European leaders are pushing for a summit meeting with President Bush to create a new global "central bank" with the authority to control global monetary policy.

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Friday, October 24, 2008

Charles Krauthammer: McCain for President

Charles Krauthammer writes about why he is for John McCain:
WASHINGTON -- Contrarian that I am, I'm voting for John McCain. I'm not talking about bucking the polls or the media consensus that it's over before it's over. I'm talking about bucking the rush of wet-fingered conservatives leaping to Barack Obama before they're left out in the cold without a single state dinner for the next four years.

But, here is my favorite quote from this commentary:

The case for McCain is straightforward. The financial crisis has made us forget, or just blindly deny, how dangerous the world out there is. We have a generations-long struggle with Islamic jihadism. An apocalyptic soon-to-be-nuclear Iran. A nuclear-armed Pakistan in danger of fragmentation. A rising Russia pushing the limits of revanchism. Plus the sure-to-come Falklands-like surprise popping out of nowhere. (Emphasis my own)
Now, you have a reason to check out this story. read more | digg story

Biden Hides After Guaranteeing Enemies Will Test Obama

Transcript from the Rush Limbaugh Show on October 21, 2008: BIDEN: The whole world is waiting, folks. The whole world is waiting. I know almost every one of these major leaders in the world by their first name -- not because I'm important, because they were young parliamentarians when I was coming up and we've been hanging around a long time. Tell you what, and mark my words. Within the next -- first six months of this administration, if we win, we're gonna -- we're gonna face a major international challenge, because they're going to want to test him, just like they did young John Kennedy. They're going to want to test him, and they're going to find out this guy's got steel in his spine. RUSH: He went further than that, of course, in his comments. He said that you're not going to like what we do; you're not going to appreciate our response. "Please hang with us," he said. "Our poll numbers are probably going to be low after this happens, so please hang in there with us, 'cause it's going to be bad. It may not look like we're doing the right thing." He went on and on and on and on, and what he was basically saying was, that if McCain's elected, there will be no test. Everybody knows what McCain is going to be. All these foreign leaders know he's not going to take any guff. They're going to test little Barack because Barack is out there saying... The big question in all this, though -- the big question -- is, "How can this be? How can all of these people who have evil designs on the United States not love us after Obama's elected?" read more | digg story, submitted by digg user bigw3260

Sarah Palin calls out CNN and the Mainstream Media

Sarah Palin, in an interview on CNN. exposes the double standard the Mainstream Media has continuously applied to herself and John McCain versus the Barack Obama/Joe Biden Campaign.

digg story, submitted by rexpardo

Joe Biden Warns America Against Barack Obama

Joe Biden committed the crime of truth yesterday. Joe Biden (not Joe - The Plumber), yes Joe Biden unwittingly said what we have been saying for a long time. Obama simply cannot be trusted. Obama cannot be trusted on any issue. Obama cannot be trusted by his friends. Obama cannot be trusted by his enemies... read more | digg story, Submitted by lisaj62

Will the neo-communists censor the Net? - by Melanie Morgan

Anybody who is listening or reading knows that a President Barack Obama would yank America toward socialism by the largest margin since FDR's New Deal. Thanks to Joe the plumber, we know Obama wants to redistribute wealth, spread it around like it belongs to the government instead of the people who earned it. And there is something worse looming.

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America's imperiled democracy - by Hal Lindsey

It grows increasingly likely that Election 2008 will make us long for the good old days when elections were fair and civilized processes. If the current election continues in the direction it seems headed toward, America's electoral process may be broken beyond repair, thanks to ACORN and Obama's broken promise to accept public financing. read more | digg story

Newscast from the Future

By Janet Porter This week, I decided to do something different – my column is in video form. It's a newscast from a future we must make sure we never see. In it, you'll get a glimpse into our nation should Barack Obama be elected president – complete with the kinds of people he'll appoint and policies he'll enact based on Sen. Obama's real promises, positions, record and advisers. It would be comical if it weren't so scary. It is an eye-opening look at what the future could hold if we don't do everything we can to prevent it. I encourage you to watch it (rather than read it) and forward it to everyone you know in an effort to sound the alarm before it's too late … or the news we watch next January will look something like this: Watch the video, and/or continue reading digg story, submitted by monboy2303

Biden's fearful warning - by Joseph Farah

Kennedy was tested by Nikita Khrushchev precisely because, as a young, U.S. senator, he had little experience – especially executive experience. Biden seems to be acknowledging the mere election of his running mate will prompt the same kind of test. Biden went on to say, "Because it's not gonna be apparent initially, it's not gonna be apparent that we're right." Scary! read more | digg story

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Obama: Never a Christian - by Joseph Farah

In saying that Obama has always been a Christian, Colin Powell is dead wrong. Obama may not be a practicing Muslim, but Obama is certainly no follower of Jesus. Obama, who calls himself a Christian, has no concept of what it means to be a follower of Jesus. He says there are many paths to heaven. Obama's worldview is sown from spiritual confusion.

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Why Joe the plumber is more articulate than McCain

Ever wonder why a guy like Joe the plumber is more articulate on the issues than John McCain, a man who has been a United States senator for 22 years and who won his party's nomination for president of the United States? McCain's policies, for the most part, are the right policies, but he needs an interpreter, in this case, Joe the Plumber!

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Ayers: Radical loon when Obama was only 47 - by Ann Coulter

The media are acting as if they completely and fully vetted Obama during the Democratic primaries, but in fact, the mainstream media did no vetting. They seem to have all agreed, "OK, none of us will get into this business with Jeremiah Wright, 'Tony' Rezko, Saul Alinsky, Bill Ayers, or an angry Michelle Obama on 'The Jerry Springer Show'".

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Limbaugh fights 'Hush Rush' push

On-the-air comments by a Democratic senator looking to bring back the Fairness Doctrine are sparking new fears the voices of Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly and Michael Savage could be silenced if Democrats control the White House and Congress.

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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Joe the Plumber Explains Socialism to America

As soon as the story came out, where the world saw verification that Obama is a Socialist that wants to redistribute the wealth, the left-wing tools of the mainstream media moved in to try to discredit "Joe the Plumber." Well, that didn't work out too well, as Joe is able to repel the attacks. His weapon? Knowledge. He knows what Socialism is.

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'Landslide Like Reagan' - Latest Zogby Poll

Still hope for John McCain? Digg user pjs1840 thinks so. "Three big days for Obama. Anything can happen, but time is running short for McCain. These numbers, if they hold, are blowout numbers. They fit the 1980 model with Reagan's victory over Carter -- but they are happening 12 days before Reagan blasted ahead." read more | digg story

Why Colin Powell is wrong (And Joe Farah is right)

Joseph Farah sums it up perfectly when he ends the column with, "Powell's endorsement of Barack Obama doesn't make me view Obama any differently. But it sure makes me think much less of Colin Powell."

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Monday, October 20, 2008

Palin's Big Brother 'Excited for Her'

Palin's brother talks about how his family responds to all the supportive letters received and a special letter from an 8-year-old girl who lost her mother. Palin was able to meet this girl and her family at a rally in Florida. Definitely a tear-jerker. Nice to see positive news like this, instead of the character assasination.

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Really, We Weren't Supposed to Know

We never know when our last moments on this earth will be. And what if you had something on your heart that you wanted to tell people, but your time came before you had the opportunity, or before you took advantage of having an opportunity? What if you knew that if you stuck your neck out....? Here's the ultimate tease: We weren't supposed to know. read more | digg story

Ayers/Obama Update: David Blaine Award Goes to NYT Magic Act

That real story is the ball the Times must hide because it leads inevitably to the conclusion that the fundamental political world view of Ayers, not his tactical foray into bombings for a few years, is influencing the Obama candidacy. So what is the evidence of the influence of Ayers' world view on Obama and his presidential candidacy? (Submitted by magecko at By Steve Diamond of Global Labor and Politics The Sulzberger family has been in the newspaper business for a very long time. When they decide that they want to shape public perception they know how to do it. Theirs is an important, even awesome, power in a mass society like the United States but it is a delicately balanced power - if they abuse their power they can lose their legitimacy and thus their power. That happened most recently to the Times when they promoted the idea that, indeed, Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction. That helped lay the groundwork for a war the Times now believes was a mistake. Thus, when they decided recently that the relationship between Bill Ayers and Barack Obama (a candidate already advocating another dangerous war!) was too important to ignore, yet at the same time so critical for their political purposes to debunk, their method had to be pitch perfect. How did they do it? Continue reading | digg story

A personality profile of Obama's leadership - by Chuck Norris

Obama will not lose his bid for the presidency by allegations of his connections to Ayers, Acorn or socialist politics. In fact, he won't lose it because of his stand on any issue. Obama's presidential election downfall will come only through convincing the American public of his lack of decisive leadership under pressure.

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Obama's money trail - Part 6 of a series by Brad O'Leary

This final installment of this 6-part series focuses on several of the people who helped accelerate Obama's political career. The "enablers," though not necessarily radical leftists, are the ultra-wealthy driving forces behind Obama's campaign and many of the leftist foundations for which Obama worked. Related stories: Read Part 1, "The Obama-Ayers incestuous money trail." Read Part 2, "Obama's sweetheart-deal home loan" Read Part 3, "The groups Obama kept off his résumé" Read Part 4, "Obama's mentors" Read Part 5, "Obama's radicals" read more | digg story

Socialism on the march - by Joseph Farah

Obama has not even been officially elected president yet, but socialism American-style is already on the march. In a development that went virtually unnoticed last week, Treas. Secretary Paulson effectively nationalized the nation's 9 largest banks at a potential taxpayer tab of $2.25 trillion, on top of the $700 billion bailout. It will get worse.

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Barbara Simpson says, "Obama, tell us the truth"

It's a given that when someone runs for office, their life is examined, especially when it's for the presidency. Given the immense responsibility of that office, it's critical we know who that person is. It seems to apply to everyone except Barack Hussein Obama. Yet, look at how the media has made sure we know more about "Joe the Plumber" than BHO!

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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Obama: Reagan Right on Economy

Obama: "You know, I think that Ronald Reagan was delivering the right message at the right time. Because what had happened was I think the Democrats had gotten complacent, had gotten fat and happy. They thought you could get a government program to solve every problem. (Emphasis, my own) There wasn't much attention to how regulation might be choking business. And so Ronald Reagan came in and said we need to break out of the old ways of doing things and create a leaner, more effective government. That was the right message then." Source: Fox 13 Tampa Bay's "," 10/17/08. read more on COVERTRESS | digg story (submitted by covertress)

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Is Obama a socialist? - by Henry Lamb

Socialism, according to Karl Marx, is the transition between capitalism and communism. To achieve communism, Marx says, there must be continuing revolution in which the fundamental principal is: The end justifies the means. For more than half a century, capitalism in the United States has taken a beating from the socialist revolution. Despite the best efforts of conservatives since the Roosevelt era, socialists have made great strides toward converting the nation to socialism. Apparently, the majority of Americans either fail to recognize the transition, or welcome it. The enthusiastic support for Barack Obama, especially among young people, is abundant evidence. Capitalism seeks prosperity; socialism seeks equity. Freedom increases as prosperity increases. In a socialist system, there can be neither. read more | digg story

Flash! It's now cool to be frugal - by Patrice Lewis

What we discovered many years ago: frugality is freeing. You don't have to keep up with the Joneses. Your ego blooms as you realize you don't care what people think of your possessions. You can give up the security of a deadening corporate job to embrace the financially insecure but never-boring life of working for yourself. Kinda neat, isn't it?

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McCain must push 'classic' Republicanism - by Star Parker

How can anyone be surprised that Americans are confused with the Republican brand? This was the party that once captured American hearts and minds by restoring focus to principles of limited government, traditional values and personal responsibility. Barack Obama is a socialist, and McCain must say it. It's not mud-slinging but stating fact.

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New World Order Overview - The Illuminati Agenda

In submitting this story to, my good digg friend michael4lsu writes the following: The following is a transcript of a recording distributed in 1967 by Myron C. Fagan. He had hoped that if enough Americans had heard (or read) this summary, the Illuminati's plan to destroy America would have been aborted. read more | digg story

The big picture: Loss of a republic? - by Pat Boone

The media seems to be buying into the whole "politically correct", "progressive" idea: Hey, why not a one-world government and economy and social structure? Won't that be great, and won't that solve all our differences and all the world's problems? And isn't all this nationalistic, "America first" notion unnecessary in a Brave New World?

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Friday, October 17, 2008

Weasels in the Henhouse - By T. L. Farlow

To protect their assets, the chickens in the henhouse - providing meat and eggs - had to be guarded by the farmers and their families, to keep varmints and predators from decimating their food source... Now, just like millions of other Americans, we have placed our valuables in the care of institutions that are charged with guarding the "henhouse".

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Jerome Corsi releases statement blocked by Kenya

WND is publishing for the first time the prepared opening statement by Jerome Corsi for the scheduled Oct 7 press conference in Nairobi that was shut down when he was detained by Kenyan military and immigration authorities. As Corsi developed the text the previous day, he shared it with key government officials and accepted suggestions for changes.

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Vote Obama … and decimate the military - by Melanie Morgan

An Obama presidency will decimate our military, increase welfare rolls, socialize health care, and take away guns and rights to free speech. A veteran wrote and asked an important question that each of us should consider when we vote: "Wouldn't that tip the scales on an already thin military and mean Obama would have to institute a draft?"

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Socialism! There, I've said it - by David Limbaugh

The class warfare-receptive Obama voters are told: Don't aspire to achievement, success and wealth because a) it is immoral to have more than others, b) the government will take your wealth away from you, anyway, and give it to others, and c) why bother to bust your rear end to make more when you can vote yourselves money from the public trough?

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Glenn Beck signs deal with Fox News Channel

Michael Calderone writes on that Glenn Beck has closed a deal for the 5:00 pm (I am assuming that is Eastern time) show with Fox News. Michael writes, "Drudge teased this earlier, and Fox News has announced that conservative radio and television host Glenn Beck is joining the network, leaving behind CNN's Headline News. Beck will host a show at 5 p.m. on Fox beginning in the spring (Full release after the jump)." read more | digg story

The problem is debt - by Joseph Farah

Government agencies and officials actively pressured banks to write more loans to people who were poor credit risks. The idea was to make home ownership a national right, rather than a benefit of hard work, savings and achievement. Two government-sponsored enterprises – Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac – were at the forefront of this political scheme.

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Thursday, October 16, 2008

ACORN and the Obama tree - by Jane Chastain

Ties between Obama and ACORN are legion. However, now that ACORN's part in the sub-prime mortgage mess has been exposed and the group's voter registration programs have become an object of public scorn, the junior senator from Illinois is trying to throw ACORN overboard as he did his former pastor and a laundry list of other unseemly characters.

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November results 'already tainted' by ACORN

John Danforth warns that the election could be contested more bitterly, and for a longer time, than the Election of 2000, with everybody wondering whether every vote cast was lawful.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

I Back Mac!

When I watched McCain give his "Fight For What's Right for America" speech, I said to myself, here's the John McCain we've been waiting for -- the winner. I'm proud to back Mac. - Be proud too. - Watch/read.

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The ACORN Connection (that few know about)

To my friends within the "blogosphere", the mention of ACORN has been widespread for quite some time now. And to those of us "news junkies" that watch the news constantly, we've been hearing about ACORN, literally on a daily basis, and much of the news is alarming. However, I've found people out there that weren't aware of ACORN or ties to Obama.

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Monday, October 13, 2008

They came for Jessica, and I WILL NOT BE SILENT!!

Roger Hedgecock writes about Jessica Hughes of Lufkin, Texas, former Marine, mother of three, who answered her cell phone in the car. The caller was a female Obama volunteer who asked if Jessica would support Obama for president. Jessica made a remark and hung up. The next day, two Secret Service agents showed up at her door. This is scary!

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Bailout push included threat of martial law! Breaking story!

WASHINGTON – During deliberations over the $700 billion federal bailout of banks and financial institutions, several members of Congress were threatened with the prospect of martial law if they did not act quickly and decisively to approve the measure, according to Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., an ardent opponent of the plan.

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Sunday, October 12, 2008

Memories of Toad Hop, Indiana

Sen. Harry Truman, it was said, drove right through Toad Hop every summer on his way to Independence, Mo., and I used to fantasize that someday he would stop and get a Royal Crown for himself and we would sit on the outdoor bread box and talk about politics and history.

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Why are you unemployed

Take a look in the employment section of the newspaper. It's not exactly blank. Look at the job sites on the Internet. There are jobs waiting for someone willing to actually show up and work. Someone who speaks fluently and treats people with respect. There are jobs to be had. There is no excuse for being unemployed for a long period of time.

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How Modern Liberalism came to existence

A normal brain would have discarded any theory that it is not compatible with reality, but the leftist brain is not normal: if the reality does not confirm the theory, to hell with the reality! So to deploy Socialism in the West, they concluded that it was necessary to destroy Judeo-Christian morals... read more | digg story

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Glenn Beck warns of global government

Here is a clip from Glenn Beck's show on CNN's Headline News Network, where Glenn talks about the calls for a global currency and a New World Order. Is this a sign of what is to come?

Farrakhan on Obama: 'The Messiah is absolutely speaking'

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, another powerful Chicago-based political figure associated with the Rev. Jeremiah Wright and other long-time associates of Democratic Party presidential candidate Barack Obama, is leaving no doubt about what he thinks of the leader in the campaign for the White House.

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For the Children: It should be an easy decision

This blog is about a most profound subject that needs to be discussed and debated, and to know who the adversary is. The "Born-Alive Infant Protection Act", BAIPA, was something that the Obamassiah went against. Well, think about that, okay? Is that who we want leadiing this country? It's "For the Children" and it should be an easy decision. read more | digg story

People vote for Obama without paying attention!

Digg user pittpat, a.k.a. Jason, gets a bit snarky with his fellow Obama supporters and writes in the digg description for an audio clip that he submits, "I'm a big Obama supporter but this just pisses me off! PAY ATTENTION PEOPLE!" Of course, I was unable to resist the temptation to have a little fun with this. I wrote the following in a comment: "pittpat, are you kidding me? If those sheeple were paying attention, they wouldn't be voting for Obama! But what do you expect from the MTV / xBox generation? Certainly not... ummm... intelligence and being informed! While I do understand your frustration, though, your description went perfectly with that audio. I was lucky that I didn't fall off my chair when I was laughing so hard (but thanks for making the Dr. Pepper I was drinking come out of my nose!) LOL!" On a serious note, though, my friend bmcelrath stated the following in her comment, and sadly, it is so true: "Really scary to think people who are this uninformed are going to select the next President." Listen to the hilarious audio | digg story

Reality check: Time to get back to basics - By Star Parker

It's not unusual for success to lead to a loss of focus that indeed there are basics from which it all started. In the language of proverbs, pride precedes the fall. At a time like this, when markets are in chaos and everyone is worried, moralizing is likely to provoke rolling of eyes. But, I think this is exactly the time to think about basics.

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The savaging of Sarah Palin - by Pat Boone

To sum it up, Pat writes, "Sarah Palin already has had more successful executive and administrative experience, as mayor and governor and in business, than either Democratic candidate. And she has the character to go with it. Let the Gibsons and Courics gloat over their cunning traps. I'm hoping the voters will have the last, and best, laugh."

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More McCain pain - by Joseph Farah

Joseph Farah said he had predicted that McCain would win the election because it was inconceivable that Obama could possibly win for all the reasons he listed. However, after the second debate loss and a lackluster campaign where McCain refuses to take apart Obama, Farah isn't so sure that Obama could still find a way to lose.

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The 'change' Obama brings - by Henry Lamb

The "change" Barack Hussein Obama so desperately seeks is to change America from a nation that thrives on capitalism, free markets, private property and individual freedom, to a socialist "ObamaNation" in which government sets wages, provides housing, manages markets and dictates to every individual what may, and may not, be done.

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Friday, October 10, 2008

October, Surprise! - By Melanie Morgan

This presidential election has already been punched by the October Surprise. It came on us like a plague that has been festering on Wall Street and in the halls of Congress for years. Some call it "The Financial Crisis." Melanie calls it the Obama bailout, a self-fulfilling gift that has put him ahead of Sen. John McCain in the polls. read more | digg story Related Story: The Perfect October Surprise

Can McCain still win? - By Patrick J. Buchanan

That is a good question. Two weeks after the Republican convention in St. Paul, Minn., John McCain and Sarah Palin were striding forward toward victory. They had erased the eight-point lead Barack Obama had opened up in Denver and watched as one blue state after another moved into the toss-up category. That is ancient history now. We have to pray!

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Kenya's Corsi caper - by Joseph Farah

Fortunately, WND senior staff reporter Jerome Corsi is safe and sound following his detention at gunpoint just as he was about to reveal some of what he had learned at a Nairobi press conference. Meanwhile, mainstream media accounts of the critical events leading up to Corsi's release were inaccurate and biased in ways that were astonishing.

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Letter from a future prisoner - By Janet Porter

I found this column tonight, almost a year after it was written by Janet Folger (now Janet Porter)- or should that be almost two years BEFORE it was written? At the moment most forms of Christianity are illegal in Islamic Nations and Communist nations (i.e. half of the earth). Adherents are imprisoned and/or put to death. Soon Biblical Christianity will be illegal in the Western World. This is because Christianity is about hatred, so they say, i.e. of evil. As child-killing and perversion is law, goodness is criminal. With the election coming in less than four weeks, and with Barack Obama being the Democrat candidate instead of Hillary Clinton, this column should be something to think about. Will we make the "same" mistake by voting for a 3rd Party candidate instead of John McCain, making it possible for Barack Obama to bring about what Janet prophetically wrote about a year ago? You decide!

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ACORN seldom falls far from the tree - By Hal Lindsey

The most underreported story of this election season is the Association of Community Organizers For Reform Now, known by its acronym, ACORN. ACORN grew out of what was the most destructive advocacy groups America has ever known, the National Welfare Rights Organization. Now ACORN is being investigated for massive organized voter fraud.

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Thursday, October 09, 2008

Oops! Financial Experts = Bunch of Amateurs - by T. L. Farlow

Oops! We have no more money, because we have spent trillions already and it is doing no good. Let’s get our friends in Washington to help us once more, by getting another bailout scam in the works... Oops! Our printing presses can’t keep up with our spending. Let’s buy more printing presses.

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In September October 1995 he signed a contract promising an visible and open relationship with the Marxist New Party: About 50 activists attended the Chicago New Party membership meeting in July. The purpose of the meeting was to update members on local activities and to hear appeals for NP support from four potential political candidates.

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Wednesday, October 08, 2008

The Perfect October Surprise - by John Kubicek

The economic collapse, the formula for those in the government to make sure we will all survive.... NOT! It's crunch time, folks. It is our patriotic duty to express what needs to be done. It is down to the last few outs, and the team is hanging on to the last chances. Let's see what we can do about this situation! Time to put on the rally caps!

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Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Don't go wobbly – follow Sarah | By David Limbaugh

Now is not the time for conservative politicians to go wobbly, even if some conservative commentators are. It is the time to fight back – to challenge the fundamental assumptions of liberalism and to underscore the threat it represents to this country. So keep it up, Sarah, and maybe others will follow your courageous example.

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Monday, October 06, 2008

Let sleeping voters lie

Doug Powers discusses the "undecideds", the noble way to label morons too ignorant to care, those voters that don't know who they're going to vote for just 30 days before an election. If Republicans are always the ones being called stupid, why is it that the Democrats are the ones out there marshalling the motor voter short bus into polling places?

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What do We the People do now? - by Roger Hedgecock

Now that the Messiah of Change, his opponent the Maverick for Reform and an incumbent Republican president have joined to push through a taxpayer bailout of banks that amounts to a federal takeover of the financial industry, what do "We the People" do now? How about if We the People vote out everyone in Congress that voted for the EESA?

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We Will Soon Know "The Prince"

In my conversation with a wise man today, I learned about the book, "The Prince", by Machiavelli. It was unexpected to be the recipient of this knowledge. This wise man told me how that book, "The Prince", has become the manual for dictators, and Adolph Hitler was one that learned from it. Be prepared to be afraid. Very, very afraid.

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Barracuda watch - By Barbara Simpson

No, not a TV news host "thrill up my leg," but in this case it was a shiver of excitement and an irresistible urge to shout "Way to go, Sarah!" From the moment Palin walked on stage and greeted Democrat candidate Joe Biden with a friendly question "Can I call you Joe?" she owned the show, with 70 million people watching. Sarah, YOU ROCK!

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Pay attention to business - by Joseph Farah

The day before the FDIC seized the assets of Washington Mutual, the nation's largest savings and loan, WaMu offered some insight into the largest bank failure in history. It would come in the form of the company's last press release before the total collapse of its business. "WaMu Recognized as Top Diverse Employer—Again" for hiring Hispanics and GLBT employees. read more | digg story | The WaMu News Release

Sunday, October 05, 2008

Obama Youth Cultists Go Militant

New Obama Youth cult video has teens marching around in pseudo-military garb chanting about how Barack Obama is their Alpha and Omega and reciting policy positions as if they were military cadences. Clearly blind idolatry like we’ve not seen since the late 1930s.

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The Dems did it! - By Henry Lamb

The current crisis can be traced directly to President Clinton's revision of the 1977 Community Reinvestment Act, or CRA. The revision essentially REQUIRED banks to expand their loan portfolios to include more low-income customers.

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Alec Baldwin Points Fingers at Barney Frank & Democrats for Fiscal Crisis

Video of Mr. Baldwin confirms the FACTS of Fannie/Freddie lies from Barney Frank. Socialist agenda pushed loans to millions who could not afford the payments.

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Saturday, October 04, 2008

Letter to Governor Sarah Palin

After the train wreck I went through yesterday when I submitted a T. L. Farlow piece, mostly due to my shout, some may be surprised to see me submit this one. Well, first of all, it is because I'm not like the newspaper editors out there in the MSM that won't allow a letter to the editor to be printed just because I don't agree with it. RELATED STORY: STEP DOWN – John McCain! - by T. L. Farlow read more | digg story

Democrats missed the best candidate - by Pat Boone

Pat Boone talks about how Barack Obama was groomed and picked to be the "savior of America" for the Democrats, and then tells us about a man that the Democrats really should have picked. You'll have t o read this to find out who! What I want to know, though, is why the black man Pat talks about isn't a Republican!

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I'm with Chuck Norris - by Joseph Farah

"God is our national treasure". Brilliant!! If this truth was celebrated in our churches, our schools, our state houses, and our homes---it would CHANGE America. We need the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; not the god of Obama, Wright, and Farrakhan!

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STEP DOWN – John McCain! - by T. L. Farlow

Yes, T. L. Farlow makes some great points about the many things that John McCain has been doing wrong. Farlow wants McCain to step down "for your country’s sake...for your party’s sake...for your own sake...for your family’s sake...for the citizens’ sake...for the world's sake...for sanity’s sake...for my sake...for my children’s sake..." UPDATE, October 4, 2008 If the following text seems to sound familiar, it is because I took it from a comment that I wrote for another T. L. Farlow column that was posted today: Right at the moment, I'm living a life close to peril. I know that allowing T. L. Farlow's writings to be broadcast to the world, published in my forums, and then dugg here for the world to see, could be seen as an attempt by me to sabatoge the McCain campaign. After a Farlow piece I published yesterday, I was slapped around a bit, and I surely deserved it. When sending out a shout yesterday to make people aware of that column, "STEP DOWN - John McCain", I sounded like I was ready to give up on John McCain. But, I need to assure you, that is not my objective. So why did I submit this one (Letter to Governor Sarah Palin)? Completely for my own redemption. It's that simple. A selfish reason, I know, but what needs to be said is that I understand what is at stake in this election. I could never agree with John McCain on every issue. However, I do highly respect his character. I know that it could make a major difference in the ultimate survival of this country. There may not be a way for me to be on Cindy McCain's Christmas card list, I've been pretty rough on John for quite awhile. So, how did I find a way to finally support John McCain? Well, first, there is my absolute terrifying fear that Obama could end up being President. Second, there is Sarah Palin. And even my good friend T. L. Farlow has that part right. Should our love for Sarah as a VP candidate make that much difference in how we feel about John McCain? Absolutely! And should we vote for John McCain just because he picked Sarah Palin as the VP, even if we despise the guy and feel he picked her just to get the Conservative base back? Absolutely! But, in all honesty, I do not despise John McCain.... yeah, even though I'll have to admit I haven't always been greatly rejoicing for his political stance on some things. For now, I am going to overlook some of the major differences. For now, I am going to accept that he honestly believes in Country First. I do have great belief in his character, regardless of whether or not he has been drastically wrong, in my humble opinion, on some issues. He HAS shown his great character, which I very much respect. But I can tell you this one other caveat. Oh, man, he better not mess up as President should we be so fortunate that he is our next. He is going to be watched by many that hold the same general feelings and nervousnous as I am experiencing. He is going to be held accountable should he win this election. Many of his potential voters truly ARE going out on a limb, we're going to trust him to do the right things. And we're going to let him know in a big way should we be let down. However T. L. Farlow sees it, however far he steps over the line, I'm not going to throw my friend under the bus for his views. I'm doing my best to address his concerns while staying committed to my belief that at all cost, we must stop the ObamaNation. And, folks, this is politics. There really is a time for people to find a way to find unity in order to avoid extremely bad consequences. And, as to this letter... the letter to Sarah Palin by my good friend, T. L. Farlow. I do not agree with the negative idea that McCain can't or shouldn't win. I do not agree with the opinion that McCain wants to lose the election, but I do have to wonder why John McCain is not slamming Obama for the stuff he's suggesting. I know, his name is John... He's too much like me, he is trying to be a really nice guy. He doesn't believe in slamming people that he doesn't agree with. I respect that wholeheartedly. Well, maybe he needs to listen to Sarah Palin a little bit more; it's possible to connect with people without slamming those that we don't agree with. She might just know a little more than John McCain when it comes to dealing with adversity like this. My suggestion has to be this: John, listen to your VP running mate. And John McCain, you probably do NOT want to read what T. L. Farlow has been writing. I would give the same advice to the Chicago Cubs today, going into the 3rd game of the NLDS, knowing you're down in the hole, don't pay attention to the ones that will bring your hope and your spunk down. Go out and win the next three, that's what I'm saying. Pay no attention to those that don't give you any hope. read more | digg story

Friday, October 03, 2008

U. S. of A - Death by Jackals - Commentary by T. L. Farlow

"Having grown up in America, having done my patriotic duty serving my nation, having toiled and labored my entire life to support my family and community, I have awakened to a sad day. I have awakened to find my country is no longer. I have found myself “lost in a strange land.” I have arisen to find the United States of America has died." Serious.

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Can the MARs save McCain? - by Patrick J. Buchanan

Buchanan hits it on the head. The Middle American Radicals (MARs) - those of us that cling to our Bibles and guns - have been responsible for many of the firestorms of public dissent that have stopped such things as amnesty for illegal immigrants, and won virtually every referendum concerning gay marriage. McCain has 5 wks to win back our favor.

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$1 trillion game of 'chicken' - by Hal Lindsey

For over a week, American's have watched a perilous game being played by the economic powers behind Wall Street and the revolted taxpayers behind the U.S. Congress. The drama began to publicly unfold when Henry Paulson and Ben Bernanke went to the president and the U.S. Congress and laid out an "apocalyptic scenario" of utter economic disaster.

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Election-altering media bias - by David Limbaugh

Unlike the MSM, the alternative media are honest that they are in the opinion business and freely admit their ideological leanings. They don't pretend to exemplify objective journalism. But unlike the MSM, their ethical commitment to truth is not routinely compromised by their mind-altering bias, as with that disgraceful episode known as Rathergate

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Gov. Palin whoops him - by Melanie Morgan

The debate last night between Sen. Joe Biden, a Democratic crony, and Gov. Sarah Palin, an intelligent executive leader, could be called "the drop kick and hockey slap shot heard around the world." Gov. Palin took him down in energy issues. She smacked him down on the economy. She flattened him on the war against radical Muslim jihadists.....

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Obama and his brown shirts - by Joseph Farah

It's fascism we need to guard against, to be vigilant about opposing, to recognize and fight at every turn if we want to preserve any vestige of freedom in our republic and around the world. One thing very important to understand – fascism is not a right-wing ideology; it is a left-wing ideology. It always has been and always will be.

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Thursday, October 02, 2008

Obama Fishes for Scripted Rape Victim -- What's Next?!

Obama obviously know no bounds when it comes to the exploitation of and the discrimination against gender and race. The Obama Camp appears to have aimed its cross hairs against those who are already the most violated of all females.

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Time for a little R&R... NOT!

This post was written WAY back on February 11, 2008. It still applies: Yes! The end of my week at work, time for a break! Boy, would I like to have one of those "get-aways", like to an island with sunshine and warm temperatures! Except, right now, that wouldn't be prudent. I am feeling a sense of great urgency to do all I can. Today, I wrote about that "urgency". You'll have to read this to get the gist.. read more | digg story

Palin assets show Palins are everyday Americans unlike Obama

The Palins have pieced together a uniquely Alaskan income that reached comfortably into six figures even before she became governor, capitalizing on valuable fishing rights, a series of land deals and other ventures to build an above-average lifestyle. The Palins have the entrepreneurial spirit, a spirit dems hold in contempt and want tax endlessly

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Bailout Strikes the Heart of America with Wooden Arrows

There's a reason why the Stock Market is down with this massive bailout bill, Wall Street knows that this will be bad for the economy and will cause the dollar to continue to slide.

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When is a NO not a NO? - by T. L. Farlow

The other day, we were warned that even though the American people had spoken (they called by the millions to their congressional representatives) with a resounding NO to the $700 BILLION bailout bill, that Congress would start all over again to pass something through. Well, here it is again folks. And in even worse shape!

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Memo to McCain: Take the gloves off - by Larry Elder

Blown opportunities? Let us count the ways. McCain wants to "put his country first." The best way is simple: Get aggressive and win the election.

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Biden Secret Service code name: 'Assassination insurance'

Ann Coulter writes, "While Gov. Sarah Palin is being grilled on her position on mark-to-market accounting rules, the press can't bother to ask Joe Biden if he could give us a ballpark estimate on when Franklin D. Roosevelt was president – or maybe take a stab at guessing the decade when televisions were first available to the public."

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Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Help Doesn't Come From a $700 Billion Bailout

Once in awhile we get that "ah-ha" moment when we realize that there absolutely was a reason for that pastor to have been hammering out a point in that sermon long ago or maybe not so long ago.

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Why I would like to support Barack Obama

I would love to be unencumbered by thought, morality, and a desire for liberty... all of which would be required in order to support Obammunism. read more | digg story | Go directly to the story by Sam Pierce

Cost Savings or Revolt - By T. L. Farlow

Has our form of government been transformed so far that we can no longer recognize its original form? If so, how do we get it back? Has Nancy Pelosi stolen all the power that belongs to the people? Wake up America! Your country has been stolen! Your country has been hi-jacked by political terrorists in Washington!

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