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November 2011 Archives

11.30.2011 The Potemkin President // Raj Kannappan

Senator Obama eventually came face to face with the realities of the highest office in the land; hopeless and changeless circumstances grounded his Messianic rise.

11.30.2011 Speaking Truth to Power // Mark Mayberry

The more we lay in the shadows, the further from victory we become.  It is time to stand up for what you believe in.

11.30.2011 Why I (Don’t) Love My Generation // Elissa Roberson

These stinky, lazy, self-righteous, and hypocritical hippies can only be called “revolutionaries” in the very sense of the word that the British intended: dirty rebels.

11.29.2011 Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow // Luke Stibbs and Kevin Reagan

Alas, the day has finally come. Representative Barney Frank (D-MA) has announced that he will not seek re-election in 2012. To say that we will miss him does not begin to encompass the wide range of emotions currently coursing through our minds and bodies.

11.29.2011 Salesman in a League of Warriors // Troy D. Ard

We live in strange times. Among conservative pundits and politicos alike, a bizarre quandry has developed. It seems impossible to find the Achilles heel of Obama foreign policy.

11.29.2011 Personal Responsibility and Self Reliance // Kevin Reagan

It went largely unnoticed, but one month ago President Obama unwittingly delivered a golden sound bite for conservatives.

11.29.2011 Indoctrination Story // Christine Rousselle

Why I can tell you all about gay sex, but I can’t define the word “predicate.”

11.28.2011 Of Principle and Pragmatism: Why Conservatism Always Trumps Moderation // Gabriella Hoffman

In this time of great moral and economic peril, certain individuals continue to call for a radical transformation of our nation’s traditions, laws, and customs.

11.28.2011 A Tale of Two Bad Budgets // Marc Seelinger Jr.

Fiscal problems seem to be all the rage these days. The federal government is broke, and the Democrats are relentlessly pursuing tax increases.

11.28.2011 The War That Must Be Won // Domenic Gelsomino

Let us show America that we don’t want an establishment puppet as a nominee.

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