I was just reading memorial tributes to Henry Lamb, a weekend columnist on WND whose column I have followed since being a WND reader as well as a Whistleblower subscriber for years. My question is: Who is going to pick up the reins of Henry? Who is going to keep us informed on Agenda 21, all the subversive treaties the U.N. puts out and global governance? Who has that knowledge?
The man was a legend. How I miss those Saturday columns. Who is going to pick up the reins and keep me informed as Henry so successfully did?
John Rocker is right. In America we speak English. When in Rome do as Rome does.
Peter B. Hrycenko
You are missing something hugely important with your decision to hold your nose and vote for Romney. This is precisely what the power brokers behind the scene want us to do! ["None of the above in 2012?"]
We are being “spoon fed” Romney. He will take our country down the path to ruin as sure as Barack Obama would. You’ve already admitted this. So why throw in the towel by voting for him? America cannot reverse course through capitulation. Capitulating is surrendering, plain and simple. It’s time to stand our ground and vote for neither, even ... continue reading »
I’m sorry my respect for you had to come down a notch. ["None of the above in 2012?"] The country will not end even after the next term of Obama’s. But we will certainly entrench the GOP leadership that brought us Dole/McCain/Romney if we keep voting in fear and not on principle.
It’s time we made a few changes in our fair country that would help get thing back on track again.
Number 1, no one should have the right to vote if he or she is not a taxpayer, and by that I mean if they do not pay income taxes. Those people are not contributors, so they don’t have a say in choosing a representative, a president or voting on any issues.
It’s time we limited our representatives to one term and absolutely no more than two terms. Being a representative wasn’t meant to be a lifetime career. Not having to worry about winning election after election would free them up to do what was best fo ... continue reading »
I disagree with you on the “right to bear arms.”
I am not a lawyer, but the Second Amendment states:
“A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”
It clearly and unequivocally states that: “a well regulated militia” is “necessary to the security of a free state.”
Besides, our Founding Fathers did not state “right of a person” to keep and bear arms. It states instead, “right of the people.” The word “people” is a plural and means ... continue reading »