19 Ways Romney is better than Obama

October 5, 2012
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19 Ways Romney is better than Obama

  I have read that some consider Romney to be only slightly better than Obama or that the two candidates are too much alike. Well, here is my list of the 19 ways Romney outshines his opponent. Romney has a solid and indisputable record of success in business – Obama does not. As far as…

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THE WAR THE ARMY MIGHT LOSE!

October 1, 2012
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THE WAR THE ARMY MIGHT LOSE!

by Brian C. Hood, Editor, Military Affairs   Arguably, in as much as the United States Army never lost a battle in Vietnam which involved U.S. Forces as large as a battalion, and never lost that large a battle in Iran, Afghanistan or any place else since Korea, it can be said that we lost…

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You belong to whom?

September 29, 2012
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You belong to whom?

Most people missed it. It was an innocuous piece, a media presentation of the type one expects to see. Both the Republican and Democratic National conventions showed them often. But this one carried a particularly revealing line. Please watch it next, it is but a few seconds long. Here it is:     It is…

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Circlular Logic

September 27, 2012
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Circlular Logic

By David Fritsche Although trained in the science of logic, I do not pretend that I always think or argue in a straight line. Like most people, there are times that I catch myself slightly off course, or, well, possible more than slightly. But, we are in the season of political campaigns, arguments and the…

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Obama at the UN: Un-American

September 26, 2012
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By Brian Sussman This week President Obama spoke before the United Nations, heralding the virtues of “democracy” in the Middle East.  In actuality, Barack Obama praised a form of rule that is antithetical to the American experiment. In his speech he proclaimed, “We insisted on change in Egypt, because our support for democracy put us…

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The Oldest Freedom

September 26, 2012
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The Oldest Freedom

By Brian Hood, Major, US Army, Retired In the year 1634 a group of English settlers arrived off the coast of the New World in a place now known as Maryland.  They sailed from England so as to escape religious persecution by the English Crown.  The settlers of Maryland arrived aboard two appropriately named ships:…

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Free Speech and the Innocence of Muslims

September 26, 2012
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The internet video, “Innocence of Muslims,” mocks Islam by mocking its prophet Mohammed.  Those of us who value freedom should be bothered when people use their right to free speech in this way, though we also should be encouraged that most do not believe such speech should be restricted.   Clearly, the speech used in…

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