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The death of Saddam Hussein at the end of a hangman’s rope Dec. 29 says more than the obvious message — that a tyrant has received what most consider justice for his manifold crimes.
Let’s face it, the nation’s founders didn’t create the Second Amendment to allow people to kill defenseless, unarmed school children.
Parents of slaughtered military personnel in our Middle East adventurism try to comfort themselves that their offspring are now watching from heaven with approval as we prosecute those “wars.”
Right after the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, a dry cleaner’s storefront was vandalized and set ablaze in Modesto, Calif. The reason? The business was named “French Cleaners.”
Could there be a more unlikely Hollywood sex symbol than Edward Norton? The drained complexion, the stooped shoulders, the nonexistent jawline.
Except for a 5-4 vote on a technicality, the Bush administration would have been 0-for-3 at the Supreme Court on terrorism cases.
Every time I am stopped by the police I tell them I am taking the Fifth and refusing to answer their questions.
“Why it is always a cold snap or a heat wave, but never a cold wave or a heat snap? Just askin’.”
WASHINGTON - President Bush on Monday gave Saddam Hussein a 48-hour deadline to flee Iraq or face a U.S.-led invasion. ‘‘The tyrant will soon be gone,’’ Bush vowed as 250,000 American troops stood poised to strike.
“To one who vents: ‘Why do law abiding citizens need assault rifles?’ As long as police forces and governments worldwide use tools like this to impose laws and policies, I will support a citizen’s right to carry those same tools to protect themselves. The 2nd Amendment has been protecting citizens from criminals and tyrants since Dec. 15, 1791. The 2nd Amendment is not for hunting …”
This nation is in the middle of trying times not seen for generations. The 10 steps below offer a blueprint to bring us back from the brink of disaster and return us to the prosperity democracy and capitalism have offered for over 200 years.
Islamic terrorists have repeatedly tried to hit Jordan, with indifferent success, until Wednesday when U.S. chain luxury hotels popular with diplomats, tourists, foreign business travelers and the local well-to-do were bombed with significant loss of life, including guests at a wedding party.
December 16, 2004
A few thoughts on freedom, no embellishment needed:
CIA Director George Tenet said in a speech Thursday that his agency never contended that Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction were an imminent threat, and Sen. John Kerry then exploded as if he were himself a weapon of mass destruction.
Joining rallies at statehouses across the country, hundreds of gun owners and Second Amendment advocates descended upon Arizona's Capitol on Saturday in support of gun rights amid federal proposals aimed at new strict gun controls.
It seems to me that what is missing in the top two contenders for the Republican presidential nomination is passion. While Ron Paul speaks with passion of the Federal Reserve and Rick Santorum speaks with passion about life, Newt Gingrich speaks passionately mostly about Mitt Romney; and Mitt, it seems, merely speaks in sound bites.
It seems to me that what is missing in the top two contenders for the Republican presidential nomination is passion.
Guest commentary by Dan K. Thomasson
Prop. 406: Vote 'yes’ to keep Gilbert safe
The United States must maintain its leadership position in world affairs, Republican presidential candidate John McCain told hundreds of attendees at the national American Legion convention in downtown Phoenix on Tuesday.
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ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) -- President Bush on Monday honored U.S. troops who have fought and died for freedom and expressed his steely resolve to succeed in the war in Iraq. "As before in our history, Americans find ourselves under attack and underestimated," he said.
“Why is it when the courts made the fatal error of releasing an illegal alien resulting in a murder, Judge Barbara Mundell said ‘we all owe the victim an apology’? The victim is dead! That’s why one should vote against retention of all of the judges at election time.”