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Attack on the Pledge? It Must Be September!

September 14, 2009

Like clockwork, it’s September and the ACLU is at it again attacking the Pledge of Allegiance in schools!  Extending the idea that the students don’t have to say the Pledge in some states, they want those children to be informed by their teachers and administrators that they don’t have to say the Pledge – what some [...]

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Obama to Public: No Photos for You!

May 13, 2009

I completely agree with Obama’s decision to reverse his earlier decision on making hundreds of potential Abu Graib-like photos available to the public.  They would do no good during wartime except to foment more enemies, alienate those we’ve made progress with, and make our soldiers more appetizing targets for moderate jihadists (you know, those that [...]

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The Pirates Lose Their Gamble

April 12, 2009

Well, I was close — I thought the well-placed snipers would take all four of the pirates out, but only three got to meet their Creator today.  The fourth one, who left the lifeboat hours earlier to negotiate, is in custody ready to get Mirandized and receive ACLU/Amnesty International lawyers who are undoubtedly at the ready to get him off in [...]

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Movie Review: An American Carol

October 4, 2008

I just got back from David Zucker’s political spoof An American Carol.  It’s Charles Dickens for the pro-American American.  Here’s O’Reilly covering the trailer. Without giving anything away, I must say this about the film:  it’s got some really great political satire and sweet moments with great Americans-past, but much of the movie is Zucker-style Naked [...]

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