On “Hannity” this week, Sen. Rand Paul endorsed Mitt. Paul said he questioned Mitt and Mitt agreed with everything the Pauls believe – auditing the Fed and many other things. Rand said he will campaign for Mitt.
I think we can trust Mitt; he is not a socialist. He is a moral, good guy who loves America. Rand said any war will pass Congress first before Mitt commits to it.
Dear Mr. Farah,
I read with pleasure your review of the film “For Greater Glory.” I read your columns from time to time, and I have to admit I don’t always agree with the things you write about. Yet, I find it amusing that the little-known episode in Mexico’s history involving the religious persecution and eventual uprising became the focus of your attention.
As a Mexican immigrant, I think it’s refreshing that you can find something inspiring from an event that happened in Mexico long ago. Most articles written by conservatives dealing with ... continue reading »
Having attempted to listen at length to Mr. Neal Boortz on many occasions, I am vindicated in my lack of remorse at the announcement of his impending retirement ["Boortz announces retirement from daily talk radio"]. He had become overly self-absorbed resulting in too many non sequiturs, reiterations and insider comments for my sensitivities.
Bon voyage, Mr. Boortz. We hardly knew ye.
Tucked away in the WND treasure trove of news, information and opinion is a reliable predictor of things to come. The headline reads “24% believe states have right to secede.” While notable as a measure of American dissatisfaction with the federal government, it’s not exactly Fort Sumter a la April 12,1861. It’s the rest of the Rasmussen survey that forecasts restive days ahead. The poll finds that “only about one out of five Americans believe the government today has the consent of the governed.” That’s a thunderous message of no confi ... continue reading »
“Bill Press hates our National Anthem,” and you continue to have Bill Press as a columnists? What?! and WHY?!
With his stunning victory in the Wisconsin recall battle, Gov. Scott Walker has established himself as a bona fide national hero to conservatives, and as a model for labor, tax and spending reforms.
The governor proved that austerity does work, provided one has the political courage to make tough decisions and hold firm.
Most impressively, Walked showed the way for other states to reform the bargaining powers of public-sector employee unions so as to bring labor costs more in line with employees in private businesses.
Thanks to Walker, people now know that powerful economic reforms, including reigning in runaway ... continue reading »