Editorials

 

 

Greatness is found in character.

Some political figures manage to find the right words

fitting the occasion and providing comfort to the People.

Editorial 

By Gordon Sinclair 

reprinted in Congressional Record

We'll Go On from This Moment

Open Letter to the Terrorists

 

Pres. George W. Bush

Address to the Nation

November 8th, 2001

Pres. George W. Bush

Address to the Nation

October 7th, 2001

A Nation Roused

Published online by

The National Review

 

Editorial

By Andrew Sullivan

from the Internet

Attributed to London Times

Bill O'Reilly

Interviews

Author Tom Clancy

 

 Some Politicians Find Wit

Here are some Amazing Quotes

"I was at a celebration of India's Independence Day, and a Frenchman came walking up to me and started talking to me about Iraq, and it was obvious we were not going to agree. And I said, 'Wait a minute. Do you speak German?' And he looked at me kind of funny and said, 'No, I don't speak German.' And I said, 'You're welcome,' turned around and walked off."

-Texas Representative and Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R)

2003 The Washington Post Company February 12, 2003

 

" . . . you know frankly, going to war without France is like going deer hunting without an accordion. You just leave a lot of useless noisy baggage behind."

Jed Babbin, former Deputy Undersecretary of Defense

Hardball January 30, 2003

 

"So, Your Honor, the pledge is unconstitutional because it says 'Under God'. Guess that means when you were sworn in with your hand on a Bible, and at the end of your oath repeated, 'So Help Me God' that makes your job unconstitutional; therefore, you have no job, which means your ruling doesn't mean shit."

Dennis Miller

Internet Circulation Winter 2002/2003

 

 

Some Politician
s Speak without Thinking

Here are some Amazing Quotes

"If I see someone who comes in that's got a diaper on his head and a fan belt wrapped around the diaper on his head, that guy needs to be pulled over."

-Louisiana Representative John Cooksey (R)

Radio Address September 18, 2001

 

Chip Speaks Out

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 Censoring Washington's team mascot - The Redskins.

        Original Editorial

        Chip's Reply

 

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Honor Guard on Probation at Texas A&M for disagreeing with anti-American protests

Original Article

Chip's Reply

Reply to Chip (Form Letter)

 

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KSUT, a Pagosa Springs, CO, Radio Station, censors its advertisers who believe in God

Original Article

Chip's Reply

Other Interesting Topics

The Myth of Global Warming

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David Legates (Washington Times: 08/25/2003)

 

The Working Poor
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Thomas Sowell (02/24/2004)

 

Observing Christmas

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Ben Stein (12/18/2005)

 

LSU Reveille

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Jay Potter's Article

 

Family in the News

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Volunteering