Archive for November 18th, 2012

Benjamin Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu: Leader of the Free World

As the world government ship of fools drifts unmanned amid a sea of unparalleled global volatility, we, her passengers, behold – brewing on the horizon – an economic and foreign relations “perfect storm. Historically, the president of the United States has captained the ship. He has, heretofore, been duly regarded “leader of the free world.” Not now. Not with Gilligan reaching for the helm.

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Susan Rice

A Black Caucasus Lady Didn’t Really Say That, Did She?

We dare not question dear Susan Rice with regard to her official act or we be racist and sexist? Give me a break! Four people died over in Libya! We need to know why. We need to know what happened? We need to know what went wrong and why they weren’t saved? Who was at fault? Who made the wrong call?

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Ronald Reagan, 1985

Quote of the Day: Blurring the Difference

“I don ‘t know about you, but I am impatient with those Republicans who after the last election rushed into print saying, ‘We must broaden the base of our party’—when what they meant was to fuzz up and blur even more the differences between ourselves and our opponents.” – Ronald Reagan, 1975

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American Clarion Week in Review, Ending Nov. 17, 2012

American Clarion Week in Review, Ending Nov. 17, 2012

These are the top articles at American Clarion for the past week, including: How Conservatives Lost Women Voters; An American Soldier Known But to God; Now, How Do We Get Rid Of Obamacare? Nullify It!; Should We Write a Blank Check to Emergency Relief?; God Will Not Be Mocked; To Which Voice Are You Listening: Choosing Life or Choosing Death?; Will the GOP Be Blamed for Democrat Tax Increases?; and more!

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President George W. Bush bows his head as Rep. J.C. Watts, Jr. (R.-Okla.) leads a prayer before the swearing-in ceremony for Rod Paige, right, as Secretary of Education, Jan. 24, 2001.

Doing What’s Right When Nobody’s Looking

Julius Caesar Watts, Jr., better know as J.C. Watts, was born NOVEMBER 18, 1957. A college and pro football player, he was a youth minister and, in 1994, was elected to the U.S. Congress, where he was chosen House Conference Chairman. In response to the President’s 1997 State of the Union Address, Congressman J.C. Watts stated: “I was taught that character is simply doing what’s right when nobody’s looking.”

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