Monthly Archives: October 2011

Quote of the day

“People say, well isn’t this great, we’re having an Arab Spring. Well I don’t know, I think we may in fact be having an anti-Christian spring. I think people should actually be taking this pretty soberly.” – Newt Gingrich Gingrich Warns … Continue reading

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“This carnage was only one of several violent attacks Iran was planning to perpetrate on American soil. It seems safe to say that President Obama’s outreach to the mullahs is not going well.” – Mona Charen Obama’s weakness invited Iran’s … Continue reading

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“A huge part of the 2012 campaign will be pro-growth tax reform versus “fairness,” redistribution and soak-the-rich. In a stalled-out economy, I’ll take the supply-side bet anytime. Pro-growth, flat-tax reform is going to win.” – Lawrence Kudlow The GOP Pro-Growth, … Continue reading

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Harold Camping, Rob Bell, and Identifying Heresy

Well, another doomsday prophesy has come and gone, and with it I hope that the vast majority of Harold Camping’s followers will finally have their eyes opened.  I had written a fair amount about Harold Camping last Spring as the … Continue reading

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“Romney isn’t a principled conservative. In fact, you could make the case that he’s not a principled politician at all. He was pro-choice. Now he’s pro-life. He was for gay rights. Now he defends marriage between a man and a … Continue reading

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“In a 2008 debate, Charlie Gibson asked Barack Obama about his support for raising capital gains taxes, given the historical record of government losing net revenue as a result. Obama persevered: “Well, Charlie, what I’ve said is that I would look at raising … Continue reading

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