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Sat, 5 June 2004

Ronald Reagan Passes

After a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease, Ronald Wilson Reagan, 40th president of the United States, passed at the age of 93. Arguably the greatest president since Teddy Roosevelt, Ronnie combined the charm of a diplomat with the unwavering strength of an ideologue. He arrived…
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Fri, 28 May 2004

The Cos’ and Some Common Sense

So often Bill Cosby comes across as a leftist and a racist. Like the majority of black entertainers, rather than seeking to be known “by the content of character” his skin color defines who he is. But on the 50th anniversary of the Brown v.…
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Wed, 12 May 2004

The Disease of Liberalism

Did the animals know they were getting a “two-fer” when they murdered poor Nick Berg? With all of the bizarre aspects of what happened to Nick I wouldn’t doubt it if they did. That is certainly the case when you examine what Nick’s father, Michael…
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Tue, 11 May 2004

Best Wishes

11 May 2004 I am glad to see that you are speaking your mind.  Although we certainly do not agree on every issue (and never have), I believe that informed and well debated issues result in better informed policy and voters.  I will continue to check in…
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Fri, 30 April 2004

Abu Ghraib In Perspective

Photographs that appear to have been broken either by CBS or press from Europe are being aired which show Iraqi prisoners who were forced by their American captors to make geometric shapes with their bodies while in the nude. A muslim terrorist is about to…
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Fri, 23 April 2004

Pat Tillman, Abortion and Islam

America received a somber message today—U.S. Army Ranger Pat Tillman died during operations in Afghanistan within the last 24 hours. When Pat Tillman left his $3.6 million contract behind, renouncing his job as defensive back for the Arizona Cardinals in favor of joining the Army…
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Wed, 21 April 2004

Born Again Traitor…To Israel

Mordechai Vanunu finally emerged from Ashkelon prison in Israel today after serving nearly 18 years for disclosing to the world the extent of Israel’s nuclear weapons program via the London Times in 1985. Vanunu seems a strange character. When I first heard his story I…
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Sat, 17 April 2004

Hamas Leaderless Yet Again

Gaza City: Israel assassinated Hamas leader Abdel Aziz Rantisi in a missile strike on his car today...his son and bodyguard were also killed...The attack came less than a month after Israel killed Rantisi’s predecessor, Hamas founder Sheik Ahmed Yassin in an air strike outside a…