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reviewed Shaping Our Nation: How Surges of Mig.... August 03, 2013
Shaping Our Nation: How Surges of Migration Transformed America and Its Politics
Since the founding of these United States there have been a number of mass migrations that have profoundly impacted our economy, our culture and our politics. Some of the ramifications of these shifts …
reviewed Bullies: How The Left's Culture of Fe.... January 13, 2013
posted in Politics Your Way
Bullies: How The Left's Culture of Fear and Intimidation Silences America
"When we talk about political bullying, we're talking about the bullying of private citizens by government actors, media heavies, Hollywood, and organizational allies outside of government. THAT …
reviewed Who's Counting?: How Fraudsters and B.... September 11, 2012
posted in Politics Your Way
Who's Counting?: How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote At Risk
"Americans must produce a photo ID to obtain a library card, drink a beer, cash a check, board an airplane, buy a train ticket, or check in to a hotel. They understand that requiring voter ID is …
Cowards: What Politicians, Radicals and the Media Refuse To Say
This observation from author Glenn Beck on page 81 of his important new book "Cowards: What Politicians, Radicals, and the Media Refuse to Say" sounds perfectly reasonable to me. And yet the …
reviewed Can A Catholic Be A Democrat?. April 13, 2012
Can A Catholic Be A Democrat?
Needless to say today's national Democratic party bears precious little resemblance to the political party that our parents and grandparents were so loyal to. In years gone by the Democratic party …
reviewed The Lost Majority: Why the Future of .... April 11, 2012
The Lost Majority: Why the Future of Government Is Up For Grabs - and Who Will Take It
It seems we hear the same discussion after nearly election cycle. The party that lost the election is about to consigned to the political scrap heap. The pundits tell us that the election was "transformative" …
reviewed Suicide of A Superpower: Will America.... October 28, 2011
Suicide of A Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?
Imagine an America where every major city from coast-to coast looks like Los Angeles.  Sound far-fetched?  According to author, syndicated columnist and conservative political commentator Pat …
reviewed After America: Get Ready For Armageddon. August 25, 2011
After America: Get Ready For Armageddon
And that is really the crux of the problem isn't it? Common sense dictates that redistributing wealth from future generations to the present is pure folly. Now there can really be only two explanations …
Of Thee I Zing
Several years ago I received copy of a book by the conservative commentator and radio talk show host Laura Ingraham as a birthday gift. Now I really like Laura and the things she stands for but I must …
reviewed Inflation. March 31, 2011
Inflation
"Inflation is going to be serious".  That is the sobering assessment offered by Wal-Mart US CEO Bill Simon during a recent meeting with the editorial board of USA Today. We have already …
The Faculty Lounges: And Other Reasons Why You Won't Get The College Education You Paid For
He came out of nowhere in 1974 to become the first Republican mayor of the city Providence, R.I. in four decades. Before long he was hobnobbing with President Gerald Ford at the White House and was viewed …
reviewed 2011 Wisconsin Budget Battle. February 19, 2011
2011 Wisconsin Budget Battle
A funny thing happened in Wisconsin in the 2010 mid-term elections.  A state reputed to be one of the bastions of liberalism and one that had been dominated by Democrats for decades elected a Republican …
reviewed Chris Christie. February 17, 2011
Chris Christie
Such was the pledge made by the newly elected Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie in his inaugural address on January 13, 2010.  Chris Christie is a Republican attempting to affect meaningful change …
reviewed Restoring Honor Rally. September 02, 2010
posted in Politics Your Way
Restoring Honor Rally
The contrast could not be more striking.  Last Saturday between 300,000 and 500,000 Americans descended on our nation’s capital from every corner of the country.   These were ordinary …
reviewed School Uniforms. August 30, 2010
School Uniforms
Well it’s back to school time once again and in recent days a fascinating controversy has erupted here in Rhode Island that I thought I might tell you about.   Woonsocket is the sixth …
Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto
The lines have been drawn and the battle for the hearts and minds and the very future of America is well underway.  Mark R. Levin is a nationally syndicated radio talk show host and noted constitutional …
reviewed Immigration Reform. July 08, 2010
Immigration Reform
Let's get real!  There is no simply possibility of resolving the deep divisions in this country until the matter of illegal immigration is settled once and for all.  …
Stealing Elections
As we approach the 2010 Congressional elections it is difficult not to be alarmed at what has become of the election process in this country.  John Fund brings us all up to date on just what is …
reviewed Rush Limbaugh. May 27, 2010
posted in Politics Your Way
Rush Limbaugh
In 1988 a brash, highly opinionated and exceptionally talented broadcaster burst onto the national scene and changed the face of radio in America.  For over a decade AM radio had been struggling …
reviewed Soda Tax. May 23, 2010
Soda Tax
In these days of record budget deficits cash-strapped governments at all levels are looking for creative ways to raise additional revenue.  Despite what government officials say one look at …
reviewed Barack Obama. May 12, 2010
posted in Politics Your Way
Barack Obama
During the Presidential election campaign of 2008 the mainstream media hailed Sen. Barack Obama as the man who could heal our nation's wounds and bring us all together.  He was a "uniter" …
reviewed Tax Day Tea Party Protests 2010. April 16, 2010
Tax Day Tea Party 2010
I took a vacation day on Thursday so that I might be able to attend Rhode Island's 2010 Tax Day Tea Party which was held on the steps of the State House in Providence.  Here in one of the bluest …
reviewed What Sex Is A Republican?: Stories Fr.... April 09, 2010
What Sex Is A Republican?: Stories From the Front Lines in American Politics and How You Can Change the Way Things Are
Terri McCormick from Appleton, Wisconsin looks at the world just a bit differently than most politicans do.  Terri does not define the political battle currently being waged in this country as merely …
reviewed State of Emergency: The Third World I.... March 24, 2010
State of Emergency
For nearly two decades now Pat Buchanan has been pleading with America to stop the madness!  In a number of successful books and in his television work on CNN and MSNBC Pat Buchanan has been warning …
reviewed 2010 Health Care Reform Bill. March 22, 2010
2010 Health Care Reform Bill
So there you have it.  President Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and the rest of the Democrats have gotten their way. The 2700 page 2010 Health Care Reform Care bill will become law.  …
reviewed The Big Squeeze: Tough Times for the .... February 24, 2010
The Big Squeeze: Tough Times for the American Worker (Borzoi Books)
I imagine that many conservative talk show hosts who have heard of or even read  "The Big Squeeze" will dismiss out of hand Steven Greenhouse's new book as just more predictable liberal …
reviewed Congressional Reform Act of 2010. January 28, 2010
Citizen Legislator
"Government is not reason;  it is not eloquence;  it is force!  It is a dangerous servant and a terrible master."  -- George Washington Please take a moment to read the proposed …
True Enough Learning To Live In A Post Fact Societ
It may be hard to believe but the fact of the matter is that a significant number of Americans still insist that Sadam Hussein possessed WMD despite the fact that not one shred of evidence has emerged …
Fighting for Air: The Battle to Control America's Media
The genie is out of the bottle.  Over the past 15 years our radio and television stations, newspapers and magazines have been gobbled up by a handful of media conglomerates.  Turn on the radio …
reviewed Countdown with Keith Olbermann. January 20, 2010
posted in Politics Your Way
Countdown with Keith Olbermann
I have always found it very interesting that liberals and Democratic leaders in Congress like Sen. Chuck Shumer support legislation like the so-called "Fairness Doctrine" …
reviewed Scott Brown. January 14, 2010
Scott Brown
It’s not Kennedy’s seat, It's not the Democrats seat, It’s "The People’s Seat".   This brilliant response to moderator David Gergen's loaded question during …
Ravens In The Storm
What a long strange trip it was for Carl Oglesby!   In 1965 Oglesby was busy working for the defense contractor BDS.   He was happily living the middle class lifestyle in suburbia …
reviewed Green, Inc.: An Environmental Insider.... November 25, 2009
Green Inc.
Big cars, fancy office, lots of talk and nothing to show for it."  This scathing indictment of the environmental group Conservation International was made by United Nations investigators during …
reviewed Trying Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in NYC. November 19, 2009
Trying Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in NYC
The idea of trying the accused mastermind of the 9/11 attacks Khalid Sheik Mohammed and his co-conspirators in a civilian courtroom in the heart of New York City is simply outrageous.  …
reviewed Sarah Palin. November 17, 2009
Sarah Palin Headshot
She is a person who resonates with the folks in middle America who "cling to their guns and religion."   Her new book "Going Rogue: An American Life" has been a runaway bestseller …
Consider The Source
It matters not your station in life.  Whether you are a business professional, working journalist, high school or college student or simply a concerned citizen we are all looking for ways to better …
reviewed Lotteries. October 28, 2009
Lotteries
Back in 1964 the State of New Hampshire introduced the first state sponsored lottery in the United States in nearly a century.  The logic was quite simple really.  Lotteries were thought to …
Losing The News
It is death by a thousand cuts.  Slowly but surely, year by year, the kind of aggressive and unbiased journalism that generations of Americans have come to rely upon to help decide public policy …
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If you are an avid student of U.S. history, you have no doubt come across frequent references to New York City's legendary Tammany Hall.  So just what was Tammany Hall anyway?  Tammany Hall …
reviewed Mark Lloyd. August 15, 2009
Mark Lloyd
I have run out of fingers.  Lets see.....Mark Lloyd's recent appointment as "Chief Diversity Officer" at the FCC makes him something like the 33rd "Czar" in Barack Obama's …
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