Hi Chuck Norris and Joseph Farah,
I am writing about our court system and its violation of our rights to a speedy trial.
They tell you that your trial will not be for weeks, months or years in the future, so you must bond yourself out of jail. Should you not be found guilty, you just lost the bond money. I ask: Is there a money trail behind the walls we can’t see? You will also be deprived of all assets spent in your defense although you are not guilty. This seems to me that the lawyers will steal from us, and go home with no accountability for damages done.
I am a longtime reader and used to enjoy listening to your radio show on WATT here in Cadillac, Mich. I really appreciate your insights and dogged determination to seek the truth about Obama. You were a guest on G. Gordon Liddy’s show a few years ago and we spoke on air. I told you that while I didn’t know if I would every meet you in person here on earth, I looked forward to getting to know you in eternity when we will have plenty of time.
For the past year or so I have been telling people that I would not be surprised if Obama dropped out of the race and Hillary Clinton became the Democrats’ n ... continue reading »
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 »