Great article. How many presidents have actually have made it to this great event?
I think it would be a good thing to report on how our American presidents have vacated the act of prayer. I think it would good to report of how many presidents only show up for “church,” yet don’t do anything else. Naming them could be important.
I know the “greatest generation” in American history is getting old and dying off, and yet there are few to take their place. Getting people to acknowledge ... continue reading »
Mr. Farah, I want to thank you for all your excellent work and your great care and interest regarding the prevailing threats to our great nation and to our freedom as citizens of America.
The people of this country are so lucky to have you and the work you are doing daily and hourly for our people and our nation. Again, thank you.
You are absolutely right! ["Gun grab: It's about freedom's end"]
You wrote, “Yes, children were slaughtered at Newtown, Connecticut’s Sandy Hook Elementary School. But not one of those children would have been saved by Obama’s gun grab.” Perhaps you should have mentioned what would have prevented this horror by adding, “Only an armed citizen onsite could have stopped the gunman dead in his tracks and saved them.”
Battles are never won by staying on the defensive. They’re won by going on offense, doing what works ... continue reading »
Why is no one questioning the authority of Obama’s executive orders! Their authority does not extend to private individuals, so they can’t require private gun sellers to carry out background checks, as an example. They are also illegal when they change limits already addressed by the Congress when it passed a law that was then signed by a president.
Thank you, Jack Cashill, for probing and questioning the narrative of the Sandy Hook massacre, a narrative that was packaged and delivered by an agenda-driven government-media complex. Major calamities triggering an immediate government attack on our liberties should be viewed with healthy suspicion because the history of tyranny is replete with examples of contrived disasters and massacres that advance political and/or military ends.
May I suggest you view at Youtube the CNN video clip of the press statement by Robbie Par ... continue reading »
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 11,078 people were murdered with a gun in 2010.
According to the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) website: “In 2011, 9,878 people died in drunk driving crashes – one every 53 minutes.” This doesn’t include the hundreds more that die each year from alcohol poisoning or other intoxication-related deaths.
Some say we should take away guns to stop the killing. OK, let’s take away cars and alcohol, too. Tomorrow, the president should issue an executive order that all citizens must have a breathalyzer installed on their vehicles and undergo a ... continue reading »