God bless you and your fabulous staff, Joseph Farah. We do not know what we would do without your daily communications to all of us with the truth of the matters. My slogan is and always will be: The truth shall set us free, for it has no agenda and contains no error.
You are the most uninformed and brainless “news” organization in the 21st century. It is very worrisome that people actually read your junk. I wonder where this country is headed. Do you understand what the word “conservative” means? It has something to with CONSERVE. Your organization is apparently only interested in DESTROY and DESTRUCTION. So sad.
I was among those fortunate enough to be in Washington, D.C., Oct. 13 to honor our World War II veterans and to allow them access to their memorial to pay their respects to the fallen. The sitting president is doing everything in “Rules for Radicals” by Saul Alinsky to create chaos and to turn the U.S. into a Communist country.
I spoke with a young biker from Oklahoma who has not been receiving your email newsletters; he was told the rally had been postponed until Tuesday and only at the last minute after work on Friday found the truth. He stood beside and with me through the entire peaceful assembly.
Republicans and conservatives have “deficit attention disorder.” They obsess about it when they are out of power and ignore it when they are in power. The 2001 George W. Bush tax cuts were the biggest contributor to our current $16.7 trillion deficit. The unjustified war in Iraq from 2003 thru 2011 was the second-biggest contributor.
How come Republicans and conservatives in Congress had no problem raising the debt ceiling seven times during the George W. Bush presidency while he was squandering hundreds of billions in Iraq chasing after Saddam Hussein’s imaginary WMDs?
Pat Buchanan is always “right on!” I think the GOP should look at the polls the way Gov. Chris Christie
advised at the Republican Convention: “Real leaders don’t follow polls, they make them!”
Stand for what’s right, and “let the chips fall where they may!” Politicians shouldn’t think of themselves as having a career in politics. They should think of themselves as servant leaders, serving the best interests of the country and their constituents, and then look to Providence – and history – for ... continue reading »