Monthly Archives: June 2009

Read My Lips: Take 2

In 1988 when George H. W. Bush was running for President he used that ever so famous line “Read My Lips: No New Taxes.” This line, written by the elegant Peggy Noonan, has become a buzzphrase connected to the word … Continue reading

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Leo Donofrio’s Recent Posts

For most of April and all of May, Leo Donofrio was silent on his blog. But he has returned in June with some excellent posts: Why do both Obama’s State Department and the Senate require two US citizen parents for … Continue reading

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Remembering Reagan Through His Speeches

Televised Nationwide Address on Behalf of Senator Barry Goldwater October 27, 1964 Ronald Reagan’s CPAC Speeches 1974 – 1988 Inaugural Address January 20, 1981 Remarks at the Annual Convention of the National Association of Evangelicals March 8, 1983 (What the … Continue reading

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Obama Tells Muslims and Atheists What They Want to Hear

Barack Hussein Obama has long been known for telling people what they want to hear. At Harvard Law, People had a way of hearing what they wanted in Mr. Obama’s words. … According to Mr. Ogletree, students on each side … Continue reading

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“It’s A-OK in Hollywood to attack The One…

…so long as you’re attacking from the left.”  (H/T HotAir) The YouTube video will be directly embedded in comment below.  Look also for a response to the attacks on Bush.

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“Establishment” Vs. “Endorsement”

The words “establishment” and “endorsement” have very different meanings. If I “establish” a restaurant that is totally different than if I “endorse” a restaurant. If I “establish” a restaurant, I create it, I own it, and I operate it. If … Continue reading

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“Liberation Theology” – Orwellian, Indeed.

There were many influences on Peoples Temple and on Jonestown. Peoples Temple was a blend of the beliefs and movements of the 1960’s and 1970’s, and Liberation Theology was one the most influential of those beliefs, a belief that still … Continue reading

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