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31 May, 2011, 11:55 am

This writer is a former enlisted man before entering West Point and eventually served as an Army captain in the Vietnam War.   Most veterans are thoroughly disgusted with the way Barack Obama has politicized the United States military with his imposition of left-wing social experiments upon the military service.

John Howland, a 1964 U.S. Naval Academy graduate, who manages a web site on naval issues called USNA-At-Large, was quoted in yesterday's "The Washington Times" commenting about the social experimentations being imposed by the president on the U.S. military:  "It's pretty dire.  We're back to H.M.S. Pinafore."  This is a reference to the comic opera about English shipboard life.  Mr. Howland continued, "The leadership of the military is...

27 May, 2011, 10:13 am

Last week President Obama put our country in a position of undermining the peace and security of the nation of Israel.

As Christians, we cannot allow this to happen.

In a major foreign policy speech, Barack Obama called for Israel to return to its former borders prior to the 1967 “Six Day War” with Egypt, Syria and Jordan.  In some places, those borders leave Israel less than nine miles wide.

(Click here and Stand with Israel today!)


16 May, 2011, 10:06 am

As hard as it is to imagine, a mother of a sixteen year old girl has found out that her daughter's school counsellor arranged for her to have an abortion without the parent's knowledge.

The mother, a Christ Church New Zealand resident, only found out about the abortion four days after the fact.

After suspecting that something was wrong with her daughter, she confronted her friends who admitted that the school's counsellor had arranged for the abortion.

From the story:

Helen, not her real name,...

7 May, 2011, 1:54 pm

With the blanket news coverage of Osama bin Laden's killing and the Royal wedding two days before that, little attention was paid to the astounding news which occurred in Canada on Monday.  As "The Wall Street Journal" wrote today, "The federal parliamentary election on Monday dramatically reshaped Canada's political landscape."  The results portend a threat to the Democrats holding on to the White House and the United States Senate next year.
In the WSJ's accompanying "pre-election" and "post-election" charts showing the make-up of the Canadian House of Commons, the Conservative Party, under Prime Minister Stephen...

2 May, 2011, 12:17 pm

Regarding the great U.S. Navy Seals' killing of Osama Bin Laden yesterday in Pakistan, emails are bouncing around the Internet this morning and the sentiments are like this:  "Thinking people are asking why the authorities think it was wise to bury Osama's body at sea?" and "There will always be those who question whether or not it was his body" and this most important statement of all:  "I don't think we have any reason to trust that leaders of nations are not above conspiracy and deception for political reasons."

A father of a 9/11 victim reacting to the death of Osama Bin Laden on Fox News said this morning, "I wanted to see the body of Osama Bin Laden" and he said "I want to have closure."  This anguished father did not know why they buried Osama at sea and he...

12 April, 2011, 7:27 pm

Many Americans were enthusiastic about real estate magnate and television talk show host Donald Trump's recent blunt talk regarding the United States being on the short end of the stick in relationships with other nations such as China; about Barack Obama's dismal energy policy; about Trump's conversion to the pro-life position, his support for traditional marriage between one man and one woman, and other strong stands.

Trump continues a meteoric rise in the polls because of his blunt talk, most especially about the circumstances of Barack Obama's birth.  The latest CNN polls puts Trump even higher than he was polling last week and he is now tied for first place in the Republican primary battle with former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.  In addition, Trump is far...

22 March, 2011, 5:42 pm

After a long debate and hardly any involvement from the United States Congress or by a left-wing president in the White House, things are about to get dangerous for young children, and a lot of other people, on the Internet.  This week, pornographic content was awarded its own, top-level domain: XXX, by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN.)

Thankfully, there are organizations which are specializing in fighting pornography and protecting children from the dangers on the Internet.  One of these groups is Enough is Enough (EIE) which has been protecting children from the dangers of pornography on the Internet since 1994.  Its president, Donna Rice Hughes, is a respected leader of national efforts to protect children from online dangers....

21 March, 2011, 11:59 am

The more the bureaucracy moves to enact the Obama administration's notion of health care "reform", the worse it gets.  In this case, it's their move to eliminate the conscience protection rights concerning abortion that were provided for by the Bush administration.

Those protections were put in place on behalf of those in the medical community who did not want to be forced to participate in performing abortions.  The 2008 rule by the Bush administration was put in place to prohibit recipients of any federal funding from discriminating against those who had such moral objections.

The Obama administration now wants to reverse that somewhat and force those medical personnel to distribute drugs which are intended to induce abortion.