The U.S. Senate is a backed-up latrine that needs a good flushing at every senatorial election cycle.
Most of them are career politicians that are more dangerous to our freedoms than even Obama and his gang. John McCain loves to talk about bombing countries. McCain and Carl Levin authored the part of the NDAA that allows indefinite detention of American citizens. No American is safe from sinister maniacs like these. The Senate is overstocked with their kind, lovers of the Washington status quo and the endless gravy train.
It’s no surprise, then, that McCain would back Obama and undercut Sheriff Arpaio by his approval of ... continue reading »
How can so many Republicans want Sen. Marco Rubio to be the vice presidential choice? So Farah’s right, and they’re all wrong? He’s entitled to his opinion, but I don’t agree with it and believe that time will show him just how very wrong he is.
So, you think that Newt and Rick should stay in to the bitter end, even though they have next to no chance of winning the nomination. To what end? Spending more money in attack ads? Using up more of the donated monies from donors, monies that could be used to point out Obama’s dismal record?
Joseph J. Pa ... continue reading »
Dear Mr. Farah,
I believe that by the act of revealing to the head of an unfriendly foreign power his intention to hide something from the American people until after the November election, President Obama has indulged in an illegal conspiracy against the American people and against the United States.
For this and for other reasons, the time is long past due for the House of Representatives to institute impeachment proceedings, and to begin an investigation to find answers to the many questions about the occupant of the White House.
Over the past several weeks, I’ve been pondering some old quotes over and over again and wondering why. I’ve been a fan of Hal Lindsey for quite some time now and decided to save a section of one his recent writings. The following are the items.
“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.”
– Edmund Burke
“Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men.”
– Lord John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton (1887)
“Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light an ... continue reading »
With all this Trayvon outrage, where is the outrage over the recent black-on-white hate crime that happened in my hometown of Kansas City, Mo., (actually I live in a burb) where two 16-year-old African-American boys beat up a 13-year-old white boy and set him on fire, stating that’s what he deserved as a “white boy.” I go to the lake on weekends where I don’t get service and heard not a peep about this until I received a link to a story from a friend. (And it appears that only two of our local news stations reported it.)
We read of all the horrible stories about things that happen to minorities and to the peo ... continue reading »
Thanks for the link to the list of the advertisers that have stopped advertising on Rush ["Rush: Fleeing advertisers getting 'creamed'"]. I am going to use that link to switch some of my business purchases from now on as long as some of these same advertisers support a number of hate-spewing left-learning talk shows. For example, I now shop at Lowes instead of Home Depot, have switched from Netflixs to Blockbuster’s online service, and so on down the list.
I think someone needs to drive this point home to these businesses.
John Shepherd ... continue reading »