Maybe Madeleine Albright needs to get her facts straight before she opens her fat mouth ["Look who Democrats wheel out in 'war on women'"]. The only person waging a war on women and everything American is Barry Hussein Soetoro. Liberals love to twist the facts and blame everyone else. They will take a pounding in November.
Just wanted to say thank you for your story on Mrs. Not-so-bright. Why she along with James Carter, Jane Fonda, Ahab and Jezebel (sorry, Bill and Hillary Clinton) have not been tried for treason is baffling.
Thanks for your input into the life of America. Blessings.
E. G. Keith
It’s about time the Republican Party comes up with a plan on what to provide for women concern “reproductive health care” when we take away free abortions! ["Look who Democrats wheel out in 'war on women'"]
As a pro-lifer, I have learned that most women do not want to kill their unborn children, but are terrified, pressured and do not have the resources to do anything else. What if insurance companies, instead of paying for elective abortions, were mandated to cover single-mom pregnancies? What if taxpayer dollars were diverted from Planned Parent ... continue reading »
Will there be another “Beer Summit” in the White House Rose Garden over the Trayvon Martin incident? Me thinks not.
More likely, all the Democratic conventioneers this summer will hit the stage appropriately dressed in “hoodies.”
What’s next? Gang-banger tattoos?
Thanks to BHO, we now have lots more to worry about.
[To Joseph Farah:] I just found your column “When racism doesn’t make news.”
I moved from the San Francisco Bay area to Kansas City in the fall of 1999 to go to Bible school and teach in the inner city. I came to help. I quickly learned they did not want me. I got hired on to fill a quota.
in my first week, I had a 10-year-old girl tell me out of the blue, “We ain’t reading any babysitter club books, if you have that in mind. We ain’t reading books for white girls.” I was shocked, but that was just the beginning. It was so sad and u ... continue reading »
You are a hero to me, and I read everything I can about you. But I think the “jock-itch” reference is a bit aof an overreaction ["Now Rush Limbaugh calls someone 'jock itch'"]. People say all kinds of adjectives describing something that’s irritating. So, why not jock-itch? It seems so silly to report that. If that’s the worst I’ve ever heard, I would be happy.
I like Rush. He’s not perfect, but he gets to the meat of the problem better than anyone I know. Let’s give Rush a little slack, please.
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