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Are the fundamentals of the economy sound or not?

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During the campaign, Obama heavily criticized McCain for saying the fundamentals of the economy were sound. Now he’s saying the same thing. What has changed besides the economy getting notably worse?

Mourning the death of the American idea

I’ve been really busy lately with work and probably will be for the next several days, so my posts will be few and far between. I did, however, want to share this article by Mark Steyn. I disagree with my fellow conservatives who think the Obama-Pelosi-Reid-Frank liberal behemoth will so obviously screw up that they’ll […]

Praying for Obama

HT: Kansas Bob Michael Hyatt, CEO of Thomas Nelson publishing, encourages Christians to make these four commitments to our new president: I will pray for him and our country. I will assume his motives are good, giving him the benefit of the doubt. I will not speak ill of him, even if I don’t always […]

A McCain-Palin Landslide?

Here’s hoping Paul Marston is correct. My gut tells me McCain is going to win, too (although I believe it will probaby be a clincher). The opinion polls historically favor Democrats by large margins. I’d say this time around it’s no different.

Riots if Obama loses?

The Left is hinting at widespread chaos if Obama loses. Are they trying to scare people into voting for Obama? Are they trying to legitimize violence in the event that their candidate of choice loses? Are these Democrats convinced that if their candidate does not win then democracy will not/does not work? What exactly is […]

Would it kill him to be honest?

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If this isn’t an example of deliberate fact twisting, I don’t know what is.

Randy Alcorn on the election

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Randy Alcorn says, I don’t think someone is a good candidate just because he is prolife. But he cannot be a good candidate unless he is prolife. Personally, if he is committed to legalized child-killing, as a matter of conscience I must vote against him.

Obama and the New Party

Anyone still want to argue that Obama is not or never has been a socialist?

Obama the divider

Thomas Sowell on Obama: Barack Obama has carried election-year makeovers to a new high, presenting himself as a uniter of people, someone reaching across the partisan divide and the racial divide — after decades of promoting polarization in each of his successive roles and each of his choices of political allies.

The white enemy

Is it racist to point out that someone else is racist? Are regular Americans racist if they are alarmed by the teachings of Black Liberation Theology? Would it be racist to be uncomfortable with the fact that Obama attended a church that teaches this herecy for more than 20 years? Apparently so, but it scares […]