Obama seemed like the nicest guy when he came to office. We all felt that he would shake this cruel world by its scuff and make this planet a more peaceful place. The countries would purr with good neighborliness.
Obama was very global and multicultural. He would stop warfare and generate communal feeling. He told us that the states would no longer be painted red or blue. Division would turn to a haven of cohesion. Obama would bring us together.
However, as soon as he took over he rammed our superiority into an ostrich hole. He announced that he was following in the tradition of Reagan, but he ditched to the opposite directio ... continue reading »
[To Molotov Mitchell:] I think the commercial you showed of Republican women was “right on the money.” Everything those women said was true! ["The sliming of Todd Akin"]
Regarding the statement about “Obama’s economy,” there needs to be some clarification – it’s the economy left to him by Bush, which he is slowly getting better, with almost no help from the Republicans in Congress who made it very clear before he was even sworn in that they were going to make him a one-term president.
Regarding the new voter-ID laws, it is so obvious itR ... continue reading »
Dear Joseph Farah, God’s grace.
Please, as a Christian I do not feel comfortable that you use the term “Avatar” as the tag for uploading images in our profiles. Could you change the name to something else that will not be promoting strange gods from India? It now appears that the Western world is getting increasingly swallowed up by these Hindu and and New Age terms, especially Christians. Even if others are, at least Christians should be more vigilant on this issue. I believe that there is a better word that could be used. We Christians should not be promoting things that are increasingly desensitizing present-day ... continue reading »
Walt Whitman and Lord Monckton were dead wrong in calling our republic any kind of democracy ["A sad farewell to the U.S. Constitution"].
Democracy is an evil form of government, rejected by our founders, under which individuals have the right to vote and no others. Once the majority has spoken, EVERYONE has to march in lockstep with it.
Please stop letting your contributors call our republic a democracy.
Great article, “‘America doesn’t need a birther-in-chief.’”
What can be done about getting Obama’s records open to the country and to those who can take legal action to have him impeached? His actions are blatantly unconstitutional, if not illegal.
This charade has gone on much too long. If those responsible did their jobs in the beginning, we would not be having this dangerous conundrum.
Regarding the story “Atheists pull billboards on prez candidates’ faith”:
I can see that we have a group of atheists that don’t quite understand the damage they are causing. Let me see if I can help make some points very clear for those of little belief in anything but themselves.
This country was founded on the belief of Christianity. Now, Christianity does not mean just Christians, but all faiths that are derived of it. Catholicism, Mormonism, Protestantism and even Judaism are all a part of this well-tuned religious machine yo ... continue reading »