Monthly Archives: July 2011

I think I crapped my pants.

Listening to “our” President tonight, I reached the boiling point. The man who has amassed more debt than every President in American History combined, who passed the ultimate government TRILLION dollar boondoggle, who has grown government by more than 30% … Continue reading

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What we can all learn from Thomas Voeckler

Some background, and yes, this post will serve a larger message. For the few of you left who have been reading me for a while, you know that, despite my baseball background, the Tour de France is my favorite sporting … Continue reading

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Ikhwan, Ikhwan, we got an Ikhwan

The Tipping Point: Embracing the Muslim Brotherhood By Frank J. Gaffney, Jr. The Obama administration chose the eve of the holiday marking our Nation’s birth to acknowledge publicly behavior in which it has long been stealthily engaged to the United … Continue reading

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Freedom House ranks the least (and most) free countries in the world

The Least Free, according to Freedom House? Belarus Burma Chad China Côte d’Ivoire Cuba Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Laos Libya North Korea Saudi Arabia Somalia Sudan Syria Turkmenistan Uzbekistan Tibet South Ossetia Western Sahara Of the other middle East nations, all … Continue reading

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Does Glenn Beck know something we don’t?

Nope, this isn’t going to be what you think it is. Here in NY we have some experience with a media personality leaving the conventional “system”. Actually 2 of them. The first was, famously, Howard Stern. His show was syndicated … Continue reading

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