The Jumah at 2012 DNC attracted a lot of publicity. In the end it was a peaceful event that kicked off three days of Islamic events prior to the DNC. Published August 31 2012
Price-driven famines threaten to break out around the world, and the U.S. government demands that we burn corn as fuel. That's indecent. Published August 25 2012
Tampa and the RNC are in the path of a hurricane; Charlotte and the DNC are in the path of Islamists. Which storm will be worse? Published August 23 2012
Many Republicans are distancing themselves from Akin. This is odd since their platform projects the same sentiment related to rape and abortion. Are they believers or just hypocritical? Published August 22 2012
Whatever you think of them, Paul Ryan is no ignoramus on Medicare and economic issues, and Mitt Romney is too methodical to be impetuous. His choice of Ryan is no gift to Democrats. Published August 22 2012
Joe Biden is not my Vice President. And God forbid he ever sits in the Oval Office. Published August 22 2012
Ads that appeal to fear without reason are political pornography. And everyone knows, we love our porn. Published August 20 2012
At the top of the to-do list for the group is to save American lives, including curtailing leaks from as high up as the White House. Published August 15 2012
The Obama Administration has given us four years of mounting deficits, divisive politics, and religious intolerance. Isn't it time for change we can believe in? Published August 14 2012
You really have to wonder, after listening to countless man-in-the-street interviews, if the man in the street is worth listening to anymore Published August 14 2012
The Virginia Beach construction sites however remind me of something entirely different: that we still encourage illegal immigrants to work in our town Published August 11 2012
It has been confirmed: Paul Ryan (R-Wis) is Mitt Romney's choice as running mate leaving the question as to whether Ryan will be the choice of the American people. Published August 11 2012
If you have the ap for that, you will be among the first to know who Mitt Romney chooses for his Vice Presidential running mate. Published August 11 2012
There are people that would rather stay up all night to hear a lie, than to work all day to hear the truth, and that seems particularly true in political circles. Published August 10 2012
Dan Cathy and Chick-fil-A are being attacked by the media for something he never said. Published August 5 2012
Obama killed the Keystone pipeline, and Canada decided to sell its oil to China. Why is anyone surprised? Published August 2 2012
"Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day" drew large crowds to "eat mor chikn." Published August 2 2012
Want to be the first to know Mitt's choice? He's got an app for that! Published August 1 2012
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