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Archive for December, 2008

A Merry Little Christmas

Friday, December 12th, 2008

by J. F. Kelly, Jr. | Coronado

The theme was a familiar one: the true meaning of Christmas. The talk show host was inviting calls from listeners on what Christmas meant to them. The responses were predictable. Christmas is all about children, opined one caller. Nothing compares with the pleasure of watching the little ones seeing [...]

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Mumbai and the Jewish ‘Peace Camp’

Wednesday, December 10th, 2008

by Rachel Neuwirth | Los Angeles

The Mumbai massacre offers yet another reminder that many Israeli and American Jewish ”peaceniks,” despite all their moralistic and idealistic blather, have hearts of stone. All too many self-described  ‘progressive’ Jews seem to have a fanatical hatred for their fellow Jews in the Land of Israel , simply because they happen to reside on the wrong side [...]

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Taxpayers Have Been Compromising for Years

Tuesday, December 9th, 2008

by Jon Coupal | Sacramento

Another week, another special session of the Legislature.

California faces a nearly $30 billion shortfall over the next year and a half and, to address this crisis, last month the governor leaned on the outgoing legislators to stay to the final hour in the hopes of coming up with a solution that [...]

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Mixing It Up With Left-Wingers

Monday, December 8th, 2008

From ExileStreet.com

by Burt Prelutsky | Los Angeles

Whenever I refer to liberals in print as pinheads, chowderheads, morons and flakes, I can always count on angry responses. Invariably, they will accuse me of stooping to insult them, instead of dealing with [...]

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by K. Lloyd Billingsley | Sacramento

Last month, California’s Little Hoover Commission, a public watchdog agency, completed its first hearing on the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM). The proceedings flagged problems of governance and responsibility with the state’s stem-cell institute. At the same time, a medical breakthrough in Europe points out the shortfall in [...]

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Rally ’Round the Next President

Thursday, December 4th, 2008

by J. F. Kelly, Jr. | Coronado

It will come as a surprise to no one that President-elect Barrack Obama was not my choice for president. During the campaign, I and many others expressed concern over his lack of experience and thin political resume. I also criticized his very liberal voting record while in the Illinois [...]

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Government for the Government

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

by Jon Coupal | Sacramento

If Abraham Lincoln were delivering his Gettysburg Address today, he might feel compelled to conclude, “… that government for the government shall not perish from this earth.” He was “Honest Abe” after all.

Let’s take a look at how Sacramento really operates.

Those in power in the Capitol — as well as many [...]

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by Hugh Hewitt | Irvine

The last thing you want to think about right now is the 2012 GOP primary calendar, but I am afraid you have to, if you want the RNC chairmanship contest to have meaning and the GOP to have a good chance of recapturing the White House four years down the [...]

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Does The GOP Have A Future?

Monday, December 1st, 2008

From ExileStreet.com

by Burt Prelutsky | Los Angeles

I have no way of knowing whether the Republican party will go the way of the Whigs, the Bull Moose and the dodo bird. But perhaps it should. After all, when they held control of [...]

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