Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Pledge of Allegiance — For What Does it Stand?

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Monday evening I attended a School Choice forum in a North suburb at a packed auditorium with several hundred people. The crowd, concerned about poor educational performance in the country, listened to a panel discussion led by talk show host Michael Medved and PBS-terminated-for-aberrant-views Juan Williams. The moderator started the event with the 31-word “pledge…

Liam Neeson Thinks Islam Sounds Pretty Cool, Might Convert

Liam Neeson reportedly is considering converting is Islam, especially after witnessing all the pretty mosques in Istanbul. In an interview with the Daily Sun, Neeson remarked that, “There are 4,000 mosques in the city. Some are just stunning and it really makes me think about becoming a Muslim.” He went on to say that “I…

IL Humanities Council’s Support of Bill Ayers Too Much for One Board Member

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The Chicago Tribune reports that, for at least Gary Koch of the Illinois Humanities Council’s board, being buddy-buddy with terrorist Bill Ayers doesn’t quite fulfill their mission. Koch, an instructor at Lincoln Land Community College, officially resigned his position in protest of the Illinois Humanities Council’s recent auctioning of a dinner with Ayers. “I ……

Illinois Senator Dick Durbin Fundraises for Marxist Senate Candidate Elizabeth Warren

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Today Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) sent out a fundraising letter for Massachusetts senate candidate Elizabeth Warren. You might recall the Warren a few months back uttering language eerily similar to that contained in Karl Marx’s very own “Communist Manifesto”. Read Durbin’s full plea here…. Warren claimed in the video below, ”There is nobody in this country…

Dick Durbin Fundraising Letter for Elizabeth Warren

Jeremy, Two years ago today, Wall Street and Tea Partiers across the nation celebrated as Scott Brown declared victory in a special election to replace my friend, the late Ted Kennedy, in the Senate. During his nearly fifty years in the Senate, Ted was one of the fiercest advocates for social and economic equality that…