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Monthly Archives: March 2012
The Obama administration doesn’t typically run its agenda up the flagpole, but at a military base in Afghanistan, the soldiers did it for them. There, in the dusty desert of war, an Army outpost saluted the colors of the homosexual … Continue reading
Van Jones is back with a message for disappointed progressives, Occupy Wall Street and other “post-‘Hope’” Democrats still looking to President Barack Obama for the change they voted for in 2008: Get over it. “I think you need two sources … Continue reading
This is now the turning point. We either unite or our belovedAmericadies. Those of you who know me, know that I am not easily panicked. But the enemies of freedom are gathering, and we can unite or ourAmerica goes … Continue reading
I have NEVER called for a boycott, BUT everyone should boycott the movie “Butler” particularly all Vietnam Vets…OM In the midst of recruiting an all-star ensemble for his long-gestating passion project “The Butler,” director Lee Daniels has tapped Jane Fonda … Continue reading
Anyone who listens to or watches Glenn Beck knows of the great admiration he has for Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) and his non violent approach to the problem of segregation. Glenn has also gone into great detail about Margaret … Continue reading
Hey, Al Sharpton & LSM Where Are You as Boy, 13, doused in gasoline and set alight in racially-motivated attack
Police are investigating a possible race hate attack after a 13-year-old boy was doused in gasoline and set on fire. The teenager, who suffered first degree burns to his face and hands, is white and his two attackers black. His … Continue reading
This great Country was built by the common man and it will be saved by the common man. Our founders were common men but they were extraordinary in their faith, hopes and their common sense. They knew the nature of … Continue reading
SAN DIEGO — A Marine sergeant who started a Facebook group that is openly critical of President Obama and posted comments saying he will not follow the unlawful orders of the commander in chief is facing possible dismissal from the … Continue reading
Recently, I published a four part series, “Agenda 21 – Born in the U.S.A., Raised in the U.N.”. Like many authors who research a project, gathers the information, puts the information together and finally sits down and writes the piece, … Continue reading
An injured Marine and Purple Heart recipient has won a campaign to adopt the wounded combat dog she partnered with in Iraq. The U.S. Air Force has agreed to release the dog, Sgt. Rex, into the care of former Cpl. Megan … Continue reading
The Articles of Confederation served as a bridge between the British Crown Rule of the original 13 colonies and the adoption and ratification of the Constitution of the United States. It was drawn up after the Declaration of Independence by … Continue reading
Last week, the Obama Administration sought to increase the Chevrolet Volt purchaser tax credit from $7,500 to $10,000.(The buyers can use the money to buy fire insurance for their homes and property…OM) All this for a car so dangerous to … Continue reading
There is no greater loss than that of one’s child. Military members know this loss far too well, especially when service to the nation is a family calling. For one of the Marines’ most influential generals, this Veterans Day became … Continue reading
Please see follow up at end Evergreen Solar seeks OK to abandon Devens plant BOSTON—Evergreen Solar is asking a bankruptcy judge for permission to walk away from its former plant in Devens. The company, which received tens of millions in … Continue reading
Let’s revisit Agenda 21 and its associated Organization, ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, founded in 1990 as the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives. Whenever these two subjects are mention, some people look at the New World Order, while others may … Continue reading
A former Marine from New York is hitting bureaucratic red tape in her quest to adopt the military service dog she served with in Iraq before it is put down, My Fox New York reports. Former Corporal Megan Leavey, 28, wants to take in a … Continue reading
This is a short study of what these papers were and what they meant at the time they were written. Included will be two links that will give you a list of each as they are to many of each … Continue reading
This is the call going out from those who frequented breitbart.com and his affiliated websites. This is the call going out from the Web. The call comes in the form of buttons and signs. It calls out in the 11th … Continue reading
Gas prices are approaching if not gone over $4.00 a gallon and there is no sign of going down soon and the POTUS stands in front of the nation and LIES. The GOP in the House goes along with it … Continue reading
The Declaration of Independence is one of the three documents of great importance in American history for many reasons, the other two of these documents were The Constitution of the United States and The Bill of Rights (The Bill of … Continue reading
A123 Systems, the lithium-ion battery manufacturer (Another reason the Volt is going the way of the Edsel…OM) with operations in Livonia and Romulus, reported a $85 million, or 65 cents per share, loss for the last three months of 2011, driven … Continue reading
As everyone knows, gas prices are climbing to record highs for this time of the year and the critters in congress are doing what they do best, they have hearings. Now, whether you are a member of the “evil oil … Continue reading
General Motors said on Friday that it planned to halt production of the Chevrolet Volt for five weeks beginning later this month because dealers had more than they needed. The suspension, which will result in temporary layoffs for 1,300 workers at the … Continue reading
Home > News & Events > Imprimis > Imprimis Archive > Imprimis Issue 02/2012 February 2012 Paul Marshall Senior Fellow Hudson Institute Blasphemy and Free Speech PAUL MARSHALL is a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom. He has published widely in newspapers and magazines, … Continue reading