As you all know by now, Atlanta Falcons Quarterback Michael Vick was charged yesterday with multiple Federal felony counts relating to his alleged dog fighting activities. The crimes and actions that he is accused of are beyond heinous. Of course, we still do live in the United States of America so, Vick does deserve to [...]
From The Patriot Post.
Our political leaders failed to grasp that we consider citizenship a privilege, not a political chip to curry favor with Hispanic voters.
Mr. Yarbrough’s brief statement is full of information. LibNOT.com agrees that the vast majority of Americans are so displeased with our elected official’s obvious use of the privilege of American [...]
Thanks to TV and for the convenience of TV, you can only be one of two kinds of human beings, either a liberal or a conservative.
Does the reader really have to guess as to the political leanings of libNOT.com’s administrators?
I would hope not!
Great interview with Colonel Bill Cowan on the problems that Pakistani President Musharraf is having with Al Qaida as well as his own people.
All the waste in a year from a nuclear power plant can be stored under a desk.
The quote above has been timely for a very long time. Politicians have, for many years avoided the topic of Nuclear Power Plants since the leftist environmentalists have demagogued those that support its implementation. Its clean, it works [...]
LibNOT.com has found one of the most interesting individuals to come down the pike in a long time.
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A monument to defeatism on the editorial page
12 July 2007
On July 8, the New York Times ran an historic editorial entitled “The Road Home,” demanding an immediate American withdrawal from Iraq. It is rare that an editorial gets almost everything wrong, but “The Road Home” pulls it off. Consider, point by point, its confused—and immoral—defeatism.
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