I hope all is well, and I enjoyed your column about former President Nixon. I couldn’t help but notice that the same Travis County that indicted former Rep. Tom DeLay is the same one that went after Rick Perry so soon after he sent the Texas National Guard to defend the border.
It’s strange how the Stateman.com article featured on Yahoo News failed to mention the party affiliation of any of the district attorneys or other participants, save for the governor – or if any ... continue reading »
I mostly agree with what you wrote about Nixon’s legacy. I offer these two points, one of which somewhat opposes one of your statements and one that addresses an accomplishment you omitted.
1) When you wrote that Nixon “abused his executive powers in a way even Obama hasn’t done,” that is arguable, at best. BHO used his executive orders to violate his oath of office when he refused to enforce the Defense of Marriage Act; the actions he took on immigration viola ... continue reading »
I am sorry for the loss of a life in any situation. That being said, I am watching with dismay all the uproar and property loss in Ferguson, Missouri, before all the facts are known.
With all the resources available to WND, maybe you could determine something for me: Were there any work boots or work clothing taken during all the rioting and looting?
If lexicographers who edit thesauri were intellectually honest, we would find the political terms “left-winger,” “liberal” and “progressive” as modern synonyms for “liar.” Likewise, if left-wing mainstream media were intellectually honest, their broadcasts and publications would be prefaced by the disclaimers: “Don’t confuse us with the facts; our minds are already made up” or “All the news that’s fit to fudge.”
WND’s dedication to the facts in its news analysis and investigative journalism is a welcome relief to the coordinated lies and spin o ... continue reading »
Recently, a 7-year-old was shown holding the head of an unfortunate soul murdered by ISIS. Christian hunting is “in season.” The heads are not being preserved and mounted, yet.
It reminds me where the head of John the Baptist was presented to Herod. That was 2,000 years ago.
The life of a Barabbas will always be preferred by the mob over Jesus. This has not changed.
We live in a culture where if a decent man or woman puts themselves forward for public service, the infant killers come out.
Quick summary: Kill the “innocents,” destroy the prophets, murder the Messiah, crucify the followers ... continue reading »
Dr. Michael Savage is the providential voice of our times and hits all the right notes ["Michael Savage helps radio caller reject suicide"]. He’s compassionate and generous, and millions admire him for his courage to speak truth to power with anger, passion and an academic background of four degrees including two masters and a doctorate.
Americans worry most about government and politicians, according to a Gallup survey. The next worries down are immigration and the economy. These three concerns reflect a government that couldn’t c ... continue reading »