Thursday, January 7, 2010

A Bronze For Weakland?

It is hard to image a less appropriate image than Archbishop Weakland depicted as a protector of children.


Catholics Must Act NOW!

Re-Cap of Recent Feingold Listening Sessions

Fox Politics

Video footage of fine Wisconsinites in action during Feingold's visit earlier this week to Washington and Ozaukee Counties can be viewed at Wisconsin Eye.

Obama Program Diverts Intelligence Assets to Climate Research

As terrorists continue to infiltrate America, the Obama Administration is tasking some of our nation's most elite intelligence-gathering agencies to divert their resources to environmental scientists researching global warming. Experts with The National Center for Public Policy Research are decrying this practice as a distraction from important counterterrorism duties. They further question if it a possible avenue to renew climate change subterfuge already plaguing some of these scientists.

"This is another example of President Obama not taking terrorism seriously," said Deneen Borelli, a fellow with the National Center's Project 21 black leadership network. "Our enemies must be laughing at the Obama Administration's incompetence." A January 5 article in the New York Times reported that the White House restarted a program in which scientists are obtaining classified intelligence data from the Central Intelligence Agency and National Reconnaissance Office. Information from these secret government surveillance programs is being used to track climate change.


Sen. Feingold Listening Sessions

He is on tour now!

Found out when he is coming to your area!

Tea Party Convention


Sarah Palin to Attend

Schools Could be Pressured to Adopt 4-year-old Kindergarten

Obama's “Race to the Top” Dollars

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Universal Voter Registration

Many are puzzled that Democrats persist in ramming unpopular and destructive legislation down our collective throats with no apparent concern for their plummeting poll numbers. A widespread belief is that the Democrats are committing political suicide and will be swept from one or both houses of Congress with unprecedented electoral losses next November. But since Democrat politicians rarely do things that will not ultimately benefit themselves, this column asked two weeks ago, "What do they know that we don't?

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Sen. Chris Dodd Will Not Seek Re-election

Connecticut Sen. Christopher Dodd, chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, is set to announce he will not seek re-election this fall, Fox News confirmed early Wednesday.

The five-term Democrat's decision is the latest in a string of big-name Democratic retirements revealed on Tuesday as the party struggles to contend with a challenging political climate.

Word of his retirement came hours after North Dakota Democrat Byron Dorgan announced he will not seek re-election, stunning many in his party.

The departure of Dodd, first elected to the Senate in 1980, carries the most symbolic value because of his seniority and his close association with the financial system bailout and other economic policies.

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