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Spread The Word - National Coming Out Day [Sep. 9th, 2005|06:58 pm]

The Leadership Institute's mission is to identify, recruit, train, and place conservatives in politics, government, and media.

National Conservative Coming Out Day
Mike S. Adams
August 29, 2005
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Is there someone who can "slay" the Beast in 2008? [Aug. 11th, 2005|06:41 am]
Maybe Sam Brownback would be a good candidate for president in 2008. I don't know. I'm sure of one thing though, and that is whoever runs against Hillary Rodham needs to be rock solid on pro-life issues and one with no leftist anti-war sentiments. He or she will have to be more conservative than President Bush. Bush's weakness is his liberalism, the liberalism that struck down his father in his 1992 presidential bid. There is something about the Bushmen that offers just a touch too much to the other side and that seemingly has a penchant for seeking to be acceped and loved by liberals. Liberals are not going to love conservatives, nor are they going to try to be bipartisan unless they are out of power. Once the liberals are in power, there is no "reaching out to the other side (the conservatives)" There is only the Democrat Party totalitarian blanket of tolerance and diversity indoctrination, training, and punishment smothering the land.

We need a fireball conservative in 2008. Someone who won't turn tail and run when the libs start in with their accusations, character assasinations, and attempts to criminalize the conservative candidate. Who?
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(no subject) [Jul. 26th, 2005|11:14 pm]

greetings fellow conservatives! as we look towards 2008 there are several people looking at the presidency. One candidate that I have my eye on is Kansas's Senior Senator Sam Brownback and so I have created a community for people who want to respectfully discuss is chances. His grass roots appeal has taken him to the Senate despite being opposed by the popular Republican Governor (the 1st Rep. Gov re-elected in Kansas in almost 100 years). brownback2008 hope to see you all there, and here as we discuss electing a Conservative in 2008. May we see victory in '08!
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I know you all know this already, but... [Jul. 23rd, 2005|10:44 pm]
The War on Terror is the only vital issue we have on hand. Gay marriage and Supreme Court justices are backburners compared to the imminent threat coming from the Islamicist terrorist section of Islam and from 90 percent of other Muslims who seem to be either too scared or too indoctrinated to take a stand against the murderous behavior of the Islamofascist. To take President Bush as being serious about securing our borders is to take Michael Moore seriously. To take President Bush for his War on Terror in Afghanistan and Iraq is to take him seriously and applaud his efforts.

I myself have decided to go whole hog in defeating Islamofascism by supporting our troops 100 percent not only in spirit but in deed. I think if we really support our troops we will stop worrying about Hillary and her boobs (her Democrat Party and liberal followers) and concentrate on sending the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan morale-boosting material -- whatever they need and whatever they want. I speak now as a hypocrite, for I have done no such act to help our men and women fighting the War on Terror. Tomorrow, when I wake up I want to be able to look at myself in the mirror and, after screaming in horror at the sight of my ugly mug, for once in my life see a man of action, not just a hypocrite full of vitriol at the anti-war crowd and full of words but no action. God bless our troops.
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(no subject) [Jul. 21st, 2005|02:04 pm]

Greetings, I just joined I am the founder of kevinsview ak http://www.kevinsview.com and today I posted an article on Canada's gay marriage and am amazed at the number of liberal votes on the poll connected to said article. At last count the liberal votes out numbered the conservative votes 4-1...most of whom are not even members of the community, but obviously read it...this one story has become the most talked about article on the community which is something else that amazes me.
Finally, we have several editorial spots open and are looking for people to volunteer for those spots, if any conservatives are interested, just let me know.
Thanks, the address for the story I mention and the poll are...

also I am off to create a community for the Conservative favorite for President in '08
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Cultural issues [Jul. 17th, 2005|09:16 am]

[Current Mood |distresseddistressed]
[Current Music |Level 42 - To Be With You Again]

I've tried very hard to sell this article on child actors, but no one seems interested. I'm really disapointed that such an obvious cultural issue, one that people say "Well everyone knows about that..." is one that no one wants to actually talk about, address or even debate.


I don't know if you agree, or if you are one of those who think this is just something we all know about and should accept, but I will keep trying to get people to be 'educated' on it. I have two more articles to follow up on this one and will be posting it at the same site, where I am an editor. I hope, that if it piques your interest at all, you will spread the link around.

You know how I am about my 'crusades'....
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has anyone figured out who is good for 2008? [Jul. 12th, 2005|07:58 am]
[Current Mood |horseshit and tail feathers]
[Current Music |sounds of a gastric ulcer]

I can't figure out who is going to be able to beat the Harridan in 2008? I don't see another Bush (Jeb), that's for sure. Mitt Romney - no. What we need is a conservative with balls (male or female) who knows and understands what conservatism truly is and who is if at all possible a "silver-tongued devil." Newt Gingrich comes to mind, though I'm not sure if he will run. All during the Clinton hellwhore years there was only one man-woman who could out-talk and out-maneuver Bill Clinton, and that man-woman was Newt Gingritch. I like Condi Rice but she's pro-choice and has other liberal tendencies. I think conservatives can cut it with a pro-choice person as long as that person is not an outright abortionist and a slavering baboon when it comes to appointing judges that will affirm and absolutize the neverending bloodbath upon the unborn. No moderates need apply, in my opinion. What's your opinion?
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New guy here [May. 2nd, 2005|10:06 pm]

Hello all, I am a 19 year old conservative in Ohio. Just recently voted in my first Presidential election and very happy that the guy I voted for one. Looking forward to being a member of this community and adding (hopefully) insightful opinions.
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this one's for my daughter [Apr. 26th, 2005|10:00 am]
[Current Mood |calmclearly fighting mad]
[Current Music |sound of printer in my right ear]

Taken from David Horowitz's Frontpagemag.com --

Some parents' comments about the abuse of children by leftist teachers - Monday, April 25, 2005 11:24 AM

This kind of opinion abuse by liberals is not confined to colleges and universities. My 3 kids are in high school in So. Ptld., ME. Their teachers are always carrying on about how we're in Iraq for oil and how bad they think President Bush is, etc. The school even promotes liberal student groups. My kids take after me though and are quite vocal about not putting up with the liberal propaganda in the school. :) Thanks for the good work you do.

Thank You so much for having the courage to face these liberal professors who have set themselves up as "the last and only word that matters". My daughter went to a very prestigious, private college in our area, and was impressed by most of the teachers there. Yet when it was time to hand in papers that could be seen as controversial, her straight A's would quickly disappear. She wouldn't be graded on knowledge of the subject or English grammar,etc. but on the opinions of the professor and how well she parroted their thoughts. You simply cannot have opinions of your own especially when it comes to Christian principles, and a Christians slant on History. It would make me fume whenever she would come home angry and upset after getting a lower grade on a paper that she had spent sometimes weeks doing. There wasn't anything that we could do, except go along with what they wanted her to do, right or wrong you had to put your feelings aside. Now she is in Nursing school and is struggling with different kinds of professors but doesn't have to worry about opinions and slanted liberals. It's all about what you know. What a relief! Keep on truckin'.
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Death and Taxes [Apr. 17th, 2005|11:48 am]

I really think you should watch the video from O'Reily (Fox News). It's toward the bottom and titled: Talking Points
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News [Apr. 8th, 2005|09:19 am]

Grandmama is old and I think it is time she went home to Jesus...

In her living will, Magouirk stated that fluids and nourishment were to be withheld only if she were either comatose or "vegetative," and she is neither. Nor is she terminally ill, which is generally a requirement for admission to a hospice, but is being starved to death in a Hospice in GA.

We had at least two of these cases in Houston, but they were not as widely publicized as the Terri Schaivo case.

In an age where many people bemoan English's growing global influence, advocates of local languages scored a small victory last week when Ireland enacted a law outlawing English in road signs and official maps on much of the nation's western coast, where many people speak Gaelic.

Locals concede the switch will confuse foreigners in an area that depends heavily on tourism, but say it's the price of patriotism.

A group of migrants walks to cross the border fence to Arizona desert Wednesday April 6, 2005

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Authorities determined Thursday that three volunteers involved in a civilian project to watch the border and report illegal crossers did not hold an illegal immigrant against his will.

Good looks translate to higher pay, study finds (Survival of the Prettiest...)

Autism: The Hidden Epidemic?" is a compilation of NBC News special reports on the subject of America's fastest growing serious developmental disability.

The commander of NASA's first shuttle mission since the 2003 Columbia accident said Thursday she was confident the spaceship would soon be cleared for flight after two crucial reviews scheduled this month.

The Pope was a great man who worked miracles in the world, opening up doors for both democracy and Christianity. I pray the next pope will be even a fraction as influencial for good. God be with you Papa.
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why we love death - a postmodernist soul-ill-oh-queen for a day [Apr. 7th, 2005|07:42 am]
What was stated in a subtle fashion in a previous post was stated in a not-so-subtle fashion in mathematics books for German children during the Nazi era. The math problems would look at the retarded and the handicapped and indicate how much it cost the taxpayers and the German government to take care of these people. It was clearly understood that it would be a great blessing and an economic boon to remove these people from support, cut off their life support. It didn't directly say "kill these people" but the implications were that no money should be directed towards caring for these people or prolonging their lives. And this became a reality in Germany, as the handicapped and retarded were executed.

Ninth graders in my daughter's high school promote abortion as a method of stopping Adoption. They hate the idea of adoption and think that orphanages are the biggest evil there ever was (aside from George Bush, Republicans, and worst of all - conservatives). One 8th grader a year ago in my daughter's middle school proposed abortions for all people working at MacDonald's because they did not earn enough money to supply their possible offspring with the "quality of life" they deserved.

So, let us proceed with the killing machine of the Democrat Party and its Left Wing. Let us rejoice that the Democrat Party of Kucinich, Kerry, and Dean has become our beloved National Socialist Party.
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What is the price of a life... [Apr. 6th, 2005|02:54 pm]

TERRI Schiavo's protracted death focused attention on the right to die, but it should also spark some serious thinking about an equally vital — and emotion-laden — matter: the cost of keeping people like Schiavo, and those near death, alive.


For people like Schiavo (and certainly folks more functional than her), subsidized long-term care may be the only morally defensible option.

But what about the pain to public employees, like those in Erie, who lose their jobs? Or to residents denied sufficient police and firefighters? Or to firms forced to close, move or fire workers because of onerous Medicaid-fueled taxes?

What about the millions of New Yorkers who must struggle to pay outrageous tax bills to cover the costs of elderly or home-bound New Yorkers?

Let's face it: Keeping people alive — and providing for much, if not all, of their long-term care — takes a huge economic toll.

click on above for full Op Ed
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Future Mom's & Dad's listen up! [Apr. 5th, 2005|08:33 pm]

[Current Mood |touchedtouched]

It Wasn't the Nails
by Bev Lowry & Dean Haskins

Our world today is writhing in pain,
Children killing children, time and again
Many say guns are the problem today
It isn't the weapon, it's people, I say.
It isn't the music, or even TV
The problem today is the family.
Getting rid of the guns will not stop the crime
Jesus is the answer, don't you think now is the time?

It Wasn't the Nails
That caused my Savior to die
Not the wood from the tree,
Or the spear in His side.
But a heart full of sin
That He wanted to win
Don't outlaw the nails,
Just outlaw the sin.

America is crying,
When will this violence end?
How can we make it like it was once again?
By teaching our children accountability,
It's up to moms and dads to show how God wants us to be.

This was a poem that my professor co-authored with someone. It just struck me as relivant to politics... -with it's comments about gun control. Anyway, i wanted to share it...

X-posted a few places
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(no subject) [Apr. 5th, 2005|05:43 pm]
In October of 2002, the United States suspected that North Korea was in possession of nuclear weapons after U.S.Assistant Secretary of State, James Kelly, found evidence of a secret-uranium-enriching program that defied the 1994 Agreed Framework . North Korea insisted that the need for these weapons was purely for self-defense and claimed they had ended all uranium programs. After U.S. Secretary of State, Condoleeza Rice’s comment that North Korea was one of the “six outposts for tyranny”, North Korea was angered and suspended participation in nuclear program talks for an indefinite period . Since then, North Korea has returned to these talks and the U.S. is working on persuading North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapon production. The North Koreans defied the 1994 Agreed Framework, which was aimed at keeping peace on the Korean peninsula, forcing the U.S. to take action by halting oil shipments to North Korea.
North Korea feels that they have to produce nuclear weapons in order to guarantee their safety from the U.S. and any international coalition that might be threatened by their existence. The U.S.; however, feels that North Korea shouldn’t have these weapons because of North Korea’s refusal to comply with the 1994 Agreed Framework. This is understandable considering the fact that North Korea has the ambition and potential to expand its communism and invade nearby countries including South Korea.
Korea’s closest ally, China, was pulled into the international efforts to expel nuclear weapons from North Korea . China’s power over North Korea has aided in this difficult situation. It is in China’s interest to keep the peace because if the U.S. invades North Korea, China will be flooded with North Korean refugees and China would be compelled to join North Korea in repelling U.S. invasion, which could possibly end in nuclear fall-out.
In summary, it is understandable that North Korea would want to protect itself by arming itself with nuclear weapons. It is also understandable that the U.S. would want North Korea to comply with the 1994 Agreed Framework because of North Korea’s possible inclination to spread communism or even sell these weapons to other countries or terrorist organizations. Bringing China into this situation is important because of their influence in the region and their economic influence over North Korea. A solution to this problem can not be foreseen without the inclusion of China.
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