When I first heard about published reports that Chick-Fil-A had supposedly reached some kind of an “agreement” with a bullying Chicago alderman to stop donating money to Christian groups like Focus on the Family in order to get permission to open a new store in Chicago, the anguished phone calls from Chick-Fil-A supporters came flooding into my radio show today.
If they Chicago teachers strike proves just one thing, it is this; liberals hate teachers. If you would permit me, let me explain this seemingly counterintuitive statement.
If you asked a team of expert psychologists and sociological researchers to come up with a design that was sure to infuriate and offend liberals in America, they’d probably come up with what we call the Great Seal.
I’m fascinated by the many life lessons that come our way each and every day. And it seems to me that the destruction of the political career of Arlen Specter is a powerful life lesson that every man, woman and child can learn.
Nashville seems to be “the forgotten city.” The iconic home of country music, that uniquely American genre, has been devastated by floodwaters. Everywhere you turn, there is loss and damage and destruction. And yet to pick up a newspaper or turn on the evening news, you wouldn’t even know it.
Several students at a high school in California wore tee-shirts with American flags on them during Cinco de Mayo day and a vice-principal ordered them to turn the shirts inside out, remove them or make the walk of shame to the principal’s office.
I never thought being called an “a$$” on national TV could be so much fun.
Fury has erupted because Arizona lawmakers had had enough and decided to become the first state to have the guts to give police the authority to do the unthinkable: enforce the law.
I don’t know why I read his weekly rants against conservatism in the Sunday Times.
To complain about multiple tours of duty as an excuse for an act of sheer evil is wrong. There's nothing rational about evil.
>Evidently, the Brits have compiled a list of 22 people they deem so shameful in their speech or actions that they have barred them from setting foot in their country.
Because I want to stop the swine flu, I must be a racist.
We continue to live smack dab in the middle of a “Twilight Zone” episode.
A few years ago, I was introduced to an international relief organization called “Food for the Poor.” I traveled to Jamaica to see in person what this wonderful agency does for the world’s poorest of the poor.
I am so angry at the government right now I could spit. But I’m not livid over Wall Street or the TARP plan or Obama’s socialist-leaning speeches and TV appearances right now.
I might be a lone voice in the wilderness on this, but I don’t think US Airways owes any of these people one red cent.
The Obama Inauguration featured one of the most vicious displays of racism imaginable, another fact barely covered by the liberal, Obama-worshipping news media
History will show that this was a good president
The entire Mideast situation is a mess. Of course it is complicated and nuanced. But for me, things get pretty simple when I know that one side wants the other side dead.
When governors are being arrested and the economy is in the tank, we tend to forget that this is a great nation made up of the greatest people in the world.
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