Although I have grave trepidation about the U.S. recovering from BHO’s willful devastation, when augmented by the immoral cowards in Congress and the Supreme Court, I can’t be at peace with myself if I do nothing to combat it. So for the last three months, I’ve been pondering my best parry. Following Christ’s advice, “By their fruit you’ll know them,” I started a list of the leftists’ fruit, and it didn’t take a genius to recognize it as Satan’s modus operandi – the diametric opposite of God’s Ten Commandments.
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Mr. Farah, you’ve summed it up well: “Government is out of control. It is unaccountable to both the people it is supposed to serve and the rule of law.”
An unaccountable federal government whose purpose is to create more government is a comfy racket to justify more spending and control. Talk about a shovel-ready nightmare – the federal leviathan eats up our personal liberty and economic freedom while we indentured servant-citizens shovel money into the bottomless bowels of politicians and bureaucrats.
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In reading the article about Dr. Benjamin Carson and his boldness in confronting President Obama, and at such close range, I have been thinking about a lot of the black Americans who do not fall in the category of the Al Sharptons, Jesse Jacksons, etc.
There are many black Americans, I believe, who are good strong conservatives, but they’re afraid to speak their minds. Hopefully they will follow the lead of Dr. Carson and others who are bold enough to stand up for what is right, regardles ... continue reading »
I just wanted to say I am really enjoying reading Taylor Rose’s articles. His writing is fresh and energetic.
I really enjoyed and appreciated the opinion piece by Maj. Gen. Patrick Brady. Thank God, when I was in the Navy in the ’60s, there were no women on the ships.
The general mentioned that he didn’t know where the expression “girly men” came from. Please tell him it was coined by Arnold Schwarzenegger to describe most politicians.
I think Congress should demand to know why Homeland Security needs 1.7 rounds of ammo at a cost of $177 million.
I also think – given what happened in Bear Creek, Calif., and Waco, Texas – that federal and local law enforcement should be banned from having access to CS gas.
I no longer trust our government.