On Jan. 20, Barack Hussein Obama will be inaugurated for a second term. A rough estimate is that half the country will celebrate Obama’s highly questionable victory while the other half will mourn the demise of liberty and American exceptionalism.
Given that approximately 50 percent or more of the country reject Obama, his treacherous methods and his radical dictatorial socialist agenda, may I suggest that alternate festivities be held on Jan. 20 in public and private venues? The song list might include “Lies, lies” by the Knickerbockers (1965), “Monster” by Steppenwolf (1969) and Chopin’s iconic funeral march, t ... continue reading »
Wow! Any coincidence that CBS used a very significant, prophetic word in the headline to this piece? No!
James Simpson’s investigative article “Did Obama steal the 2012 election?” is superior journalism, a dispassionate factual analysis of the 2012 presidential election. My takeaway is that the Democratic Party is unofficially committed to massive election fraud and vote rigging that include absentee-ballot fraud, ballot stuffing, electronic rigging of vote machines, ineligible-voter fraud and the obstruction of efforts by states to guarantee honest elections through genuine ID requirements.
The Democrats’ dedication to stolen elections within the context ... continue reading »
The story regarding voter fraud is interesting ["Did Obama steal the 2012 election?"]. If one believes it or not is not the point.
So very often you publish articles that are interesting, but no conclusive proof is shown, no proof that can be taken into court.
You need to do more than publish allegations that, if true or not, only bring harm to the country when those allegations cannot be proved.
Get provable facts and publish those.
Great column, Pat ["The winter of conservative discontent"]. I’ve just taken down my white flag and re-hoisted the Jolly Roger.
The fight continues – thanks for all you do in the battle!
Dear Mr. Farah,
Thank you so much for your column today about Hanukkah and the history of the celebration. I have now a deeper understanding of my own Judeo-Christian faith, as Jesus was Jewish. This Christmas, my household shall have a menorah. I will continue to study and appreciate and hold dear the Jewish People and their struggles today. I shall celebrate the life of Jesus with a deeper faith and understanding this year.
Thank you for the journalistic integrity of your publication! I depend upon the articles and journalistic skills of you and your excellent staf ... continue reading »