by Kelly Sloan | 12:49 pm, March 9, 2012
Early in his Presidency, Barack Obama directed a ‘reset’ in U.S. policies towards Assad’s Syria, the Ayatollah’s Iran, and Putin’s Russia. Perhaps instead of arranging for someone like Sandra Fluke to hijack an issue by prattling on about how everyone else should subsidize the contents of her bathroom cabinet, the Administration could devote some time and effort towards considering how best to handle international questions that bear nuclear implications.
by elpresidente | 7:22 pm, September 9, 2011
I posted this on my old blog on the fifth anniversary of September 11, 2001. I reprint it here on the eve of the 10th anniversary. This meager effort will surely not assuage the grief and pain felt by Dennis Cross’ family, but it is hoped it will provide a small glimpse of the man [...]
by Kelly Sloan | 4:37 pm, August 29, 2011
The removal of Muammar Qaddafi is hardly unwelcome news. The Libyan tyrant, responsible for (among other things) the Lockerbie bombing, the killing of U.S. servicemen in Germany, and for opening his country up to terrorist groups of all stripes for training, has been an on-again- off-again threat to the West for several decades. Although the [...]
by Joshua Sharf | 7:44 am, May 22, 2011
Political apologists for President Obama didn’t waste much time in claiming that his Thursday speech didn’t really say anything new about the Arab-Israeli conflict. Too bad that none of the principal actors in the region are behaving that way. We all know about the…tepid…joint appearance by Prime Minister Netanyahu and President Obama Friday. It came [...]
by T.L. James | 9:28 pm, May 1, 2011
Jose is on the spot in front of the White House, live broadcasting the impromptu celebration… Yes, it’s a little hard to follow, but about a minute in you’ll start hearing the cheering and seeing the crowd in the darkness.
by T.L. James | 12:49 pm, March 18, 2011
Highlights from the 2011 Leadership Program of the Rockies Annual Retreat, featuring Charles Krauthammer, KT McFarland, Brian Wesbury, Daniel Hannan, Ted Cruz, Grover Norquist, Stephen Hayes, and John Gizzi. Thanks to videographer Drew McCullough for his excellent video work at this years event.
by T.L. James | 8:43 pm, March 16, 2011
Why act like a leader, when you can play golf, pick your NCAA brackets, and take (yet another) fancy vacation? It’s good to have your priorities straight.
by T.L. James | 3:30 pm, March 5, 2011
Mosab Hassan Yousef, son of Hamas founder and leader Sheikh Hassan Yousef, spoke in Denver on Feb. 10, 2011. He described his experiences as a Shin Beit informant within Hamas, his disillusionment with the movement and leadership among the Palestinians in general, and his optimism for peace in the Middle East.
by The Toxic Hypoxic | 11:24 am, April 4, 2009
Fox News via Youtube Knock Knock Who’s there? Gestapo! Gestapo who? We will ask the questions! I had thought that the Missouri troubles were finished, but now they seem to have reared their heads again, this time at Lambert (St. Louis International). I am not entirely convinced that this should be placed in the militia [...]
- PPC Training for Activists
UPDATE: Something apparently got messed up with the PayPal buttons during this past weekend’s database glitch – fixed now. Yes, it’s that time again — PPC will be conducting training classes for center-right activists on Saturday, April 20 and Saturday, April 27, at Independence Institute in Denver. The tentative class schedule is as follows: Saturday, [...]
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