Posts Tagged ‘Ronald Reagan’

A WWI vet writes on Gun Control

Questions on GUN CONTROL, an essay by Carl E. Smith History is learned best from those who made it as submitted by Craig Masters Carl E. Smith was born May 19, 1899.  A World War I veteran who served on the German front lines and later served as a German interpreter after the Armistice and Avid outdoorsman, [...]

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Is the GOP Suicidal?

By Matt Barber Leave it to the Republican Party to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. While nearly every poll definitively affirms that Democrats are in deep doo-doo come November, and as leftist talking heads like Chris Matthews have already conceded a likelihood that Republicans will take the Senate in the 2014 mid-term elections, [...]

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By Jack Minor –   Tired of government keeping secrets?   Tired of scandals that never get investigated by government?   Think of how family members of the victims of a shoot-down of a commercial airliner 30 years ago today feel.   On September 1, 1983, Korean Air Lines flight 007 took off from New [...]

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Politician puts money where mouth is, gives money back to government

by Matt Lacy –   While many politicians talk about the need to cut spending, one Senator is putting his money where his mouth is by returning money back to the government.   Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky has returned $600,000 to the U.S. Treasury that was given to him by the federal government to run [...]

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Massachusetts school learns, “don’t mess with God”

by Jack Minor –   A Massachusetts elementary school that believed it would prevent people from being offended by removing the word, “God” from a well-known patriotic anthem written by Lee Greenwood achieved just the opposite result. The Stall Brook school in Bellingham, Massachusetts wanted to replace the phrase “God bless the USA,” which is [...]

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Trump says won’t run if Romney nominee, might if nomination goes to another

by Peter Grady – In a possible attempt to persuade Republican voters, Donald Trump has still held out the possibility of running as an independent if the Republican’s don’t pick the “right candidate.” Last Thursday, Donald Trump told a group of reporters in Las Vegas that he was endorsing Mitt Romney as the Republican nominee [...]

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Gardner says Obama appointments “usurp” will of Congress, people

by Matt Lacy –   A former Attorney General has said president Obama’s four appointments is unconstitutional because the Senate is not in recess. On Wednesday, Obama appointed former Ohio Attorney General Richard Corday as head of the Consumer Financial Protections Bureau and three members to the National Labor Relations Board. While the move has [...]

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Is the media overplaying the Iowa caucuses?

By Craig Masters The mainstream media has produced non-stop coverage of Republican candidates fighting among themselves to “win” the Iowa Caucuses and hopefully move on to be the next President of the United States. But is the mainstream liberal media really interested in discovering the opinion of Iowa republicans or is the over-the-top coverage really [...]

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Obama breaks with tradition, refers to Christ as just “good man” not “Son of God”

by Jack Minor – While we acknowledge there are many different religions in America, and believe in the Constitutional right of people to choose to believe whatever they want to about their god (or choose to believe nothing at all), the Christmas holiday is traditionally recognized as a time to remember the birth of Jesus [...]

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Republican candidates assail Dept. of Education

  by Jack Minor – Returning to a party position advocated by Ronald Reagan, the Republican candidates for president vowed to dismantle or greatly reduce the power of the Department of Education to control local schools. The position of the candidates has received scant media coverage, with most stories reporting on the sparring between Governors [...]

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Political Theatre in the House of Representatives

by Dr. Michelle Bellini Today the US House of Representatives voted down two bills related to the US military intervention in Libya. One bill was sponsored by Democrats to endorse the intervention, the other bill was sponsored by Republicans to strip funding for the operation. Both bills failed. Clearly, the House is ambivalent about this [...]

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Colorado Republicans remember Reagan’s optimism, love of America

By Jack Minor His life was the American dream. He grew up in a small house in Illinois that was typical of the average American. He went on to become an actor then Governor of California and finally to become the ruler of the greatest nation on earth. His name was Ronald Wilson Reagan and [...]

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