By Alan Caruba: News releases trumpeting not merely inaccurate, but false, science have become a way of life for Americans and others around the world. There is rarely, if ever, any fact checking done by [Continue Reading]
By J.D. Longstreet: Restoration or Revolution? My South Carolina ancestors must have felt the way I feel (at this writing) on the eve of the 1860 election. It, too, was held on November 6th.
By Alan Caruba: With the polls showing an appallingly tight race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, it is, of course, essential that everyone vote for Romney and the GOP congressional candidates.
By Marita K. Noon: Benghazi isn’t the only White House cover up being exposed through leaked emails.
By Rev. Austin Miles: “You know, comrades that I think in regard to this: I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this — [Continue Reading]
By Lloyd Marcus: During dinner on the Rebuild America Defeat Obama bus tour, a fascinating discussion evolved amongst our team. Someone said he fears who we have become as a people; a nation in which [Continue Reading]
By Jim Kouri: Even after the deadly terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, President Barack Obama continues to give himself credit for all but destroying al-Qaeda and it’s offshoots.
By Sharon Sebastian: Retired General Colin Powell raised the specter in the media, unintentionally or otherwise, that when it comes to voting — skin color matters.
By Alan Caruba: No previous election has ever held the fate of the nation in its hands since the reelection of Abraham Lincoln in the midst of the Civil War. If Obama is elected, he [Continue Reading]
By J.D. Longstreet: As the election approaches, it is extremely important that we get as many voters as humanly possible to the polls to vote for Romney — or against Obama.
By Lloyd Marcus: On Fox & Friends, Geraldo Rivera was extremely upset regarding what he considers to be irresponsible misinformation regarding Obama’s culpability during the attack on our embassy in Benghazi, Libya.
By John Lillpop: President Barack Obama has admonished voters to forsake the traditional “boo” as a means for expressing displeasure with political office seeks.
By Rev. Austin Miles: U.S. military personnel out of the country were anxious to get their absentee ballots in. Then the puzzling news came out that the military vote was much lower than expected.
By Marsha West: How should Bible believing Christians prioritize the issues as they vote on Tuesday?
By JB Williams: If ever there was a case for right to work legislation in a northern union demolished state, this story coming out of storm ravaged New Jersey today should do the trick.
By Rev. Austin Miles: NEWARK,NJ (11/1/12) Obama made a trip to New Jersey to speak to the people, reassure them that all would be well, and had several photos taken with Governor Chris Christie.
By JB Williams: Barack Obama and Joe Biden want to run their 2012 race for re-election against George W. Bush rather than Mitt Romney, the person they have blamed their entire four year term on [Continue Reading]
By Marita K. Noon: When he is confronted about the failed green-energy loan program, President Obama deflects blame—pointing to “career bureaucrats” in the Department of Energy (DOE) who supposedly approved the loans that have become [Continue Reading]
By Dr. Robert Owens: Anyone who has read this column for any appreciable amount of time should have no doubt as to this author’s opinion of Progressivism and its agenda for America. I have tried [Continue Reading]