Political Arena/Duty of Citizenship

Bobby Jindal’s speech to the Republican National Committee in Charlotte

By John Biver

Let me warn you in advance that I plan to talk big picture here tonight, and I plan to say some things that may challenge your assumptions.You may not agree with all of it, but that’s ok, ours is a party that can handle real discussions. And now, after losing two Presidential elections in a row, is certainly the time for some candid discussion. […]

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Obama’s scary new reality

Obama’s scary new reality

By John Biver

One more on B.O.’s inaugural — this one from Dr. Michael Brown: If you heard Barack Obama’s inauguration speech, it’s clear that what was once associated with the extremist views of radical gay activists…

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Obama’s Second Inaugural Address, Translated

Obama’s Second Inaugural Address, Translated

By John Biver

From Heritage: Members of Congress—who are about to debate raising the debt ceiling tomorrow—should have paid attention yesterday. The President was very clear that he sees no urgency about reducing the debt and cutting…

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Obamanation Inauguration

Obamanation Inauguration

By John Biver

From Bill Muehlenberg: Spiritually, morally and politically, the second inauguration speech of Barack Hussein Obama is very frightening indeed. Obama is again showing his true colours as a radically secular, radically immoral, and radically…

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FLASHBACK: Political battlefields to reach the middle third

FLASHBACK: Political battlefields to reach the middle third

By John Biver

Yes, I predicted a second Obama term before the first one began — see the closing line: [N]ew thinking has to start with those who hold power — whether it’s elected, party, or bully pulpit power. If it doesn’t start soon, we risk not only a first Obama presidential term but a second one to boot. […]

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2013: The time has come

2013: The time has come

By John Biver

An excellent article by Judson Phillips is posted at teapartynation.com — here’s an excerpt: We need people who are willing and able to put their lives and careers on hold so they can work…

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The Great Progressive Church

By The Editor

Of course liberalism/progressivism is a religion. From Robert Hall at American Thinker: Psychologists say that people need religion in one form or another, and will always invent a theology if they are not given…

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