Equal Time For Tesla?

Written by Eric Peters on Monday, 02 March 2015. Posted in Opinion, Eric Peters

The FCC, in its new attempt to regulate the Internet, is trying to force sites like American Daily Herald and EPAutos offline. As Eric Peters observes, this is a sign that we are winning the debate.

Equal Time For Tesla?

Will I, as an online car colonoscopist, be forced by the FCC to give “equal time” to people outraged by my doubleplusungood articles about Tesla and electric cars generally? Will men in black visit me if I “deny” what they call “climate change” (such a convenient term given that climate changes constantly in whatever direction, so anyone who touts warming or cooling or both is always right) and refuse to publish a rebuttal?

Trumpeting The Gentle Revolution

Written by Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas on Monday, 02 March 2015. Posted in Opinion, Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas

The hour is late, and darkness is looming. It is time, at long last, for Christians to trumpet a GENTLE REVOLUTION. Not a revolution of guns, bombs, and carnal weapons, but a spiritual, moral, and godly revolution.

Trumpeting The Gentle Revolution

“For if the trumpet give an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself to the battle (1 Corinthians 14:8)?”

Green Slander

Written by Alan Caruba on Monday, 02 March 2015. Posted in Opinion, Alan Caruba

With tens of millions of dollars of backing, the progressive fascists of the environmentalist movement have begun a campaign of propaganda, hate and intimidation against those who stand up for science and the truth.

Green Slander

It is a sure sign that the advocates of the “global warming” and “climate change” hoaxes know that the public no longer believes that the former is occurring or that the latter represents an immediate, global threat.

Watchdog Group Releases Anti-Christian-Bigotry Map

Written by J. Matt Barber on Monday, 02 March 2015. Posted in Opinion, J. Matt Barber

A new effort from a mainstream Christian organization highlights the extent of anti-Christian bigotry in the United States.

Watchdog Group Releases Anti-Christian-Bigotry Map

In 2007, and with that same nauseating arrogance that has come to define him, then presidential candidate Barack Obama duplicitously quipped, “I am absolutely convinced that culture wars are just so ’90s. Their days are growing dark.”

Effete Elites Will Not And Cannot Fight

Written by Donald Hank on Monday, 02 March 2015. Posted in Opinion, Donald Hank

Bullies have taken away our rights, upended the Constitution and imposed new regulations without Congressional approval. But, they are empowered only so long as the people fail to oppose them. Remember the opening line of the Constitution:We the people...

Effete Elites Will Not And Cannot Fight

I just got done reading a news report in an email from Dutch radio station BNR (Business News Radio). It seems a member of the Dutch 2nd Chamber by the name of Buma made an angry speech condemning the hypocrisy of the Euro Zone, which gave Greece only 4 months to get its house in order or lose its opportunity for a new loan arrangement but gave France, which also has an illegal deficit, 2 more years, until 2017, to get its house in order. Don't worry. Predictably, neither country will comply.

Blame Nixon

Written by Eric Peters on Monday, 02 March 2015. Posted in Opinion, Eric Peters

It is well-known that the American car industry suffered in the 1970s. Blame is usually given to the Japanese who, in theory, out-competed domestics. The truth is that it was the Nixon administration that really destroyed dominance of Detroit's Big Three.

Blame Nixon

The American automobile industry has loved Uncle a long time now. But it was not always so – at least, not to extent we’ve come to accept as normal. There was a time – some of you will remember it – when the car companies would actually resist government intrusions into their business, even to the extent of end-running some of its edicts. A story (true) comes to mind that will give you an idea how far we’ve come since then. 

The Word from Brazil

Written by Alan Caruba on Sunday, 01 March 2015. Posted in Opinion, Alan Caruba

Americans hear little in the media from South America, including from Brazil, a large and important nation. Yet crisis there may have repercussions north of the Equator.

The Word from Brazil

The carnival in Rio de Janeiro from February 13 through the 17th was one heck of a party. It was celebrated by the locals, plus an estimated one million visitors, complete with fabulous parades, street parties and balls. Brazil is blessed with some great beaches, the most famous of which is Ipanema, thanks to the 1962 bossa nova classic “Girl from Ipanema”.

Thinking About Lying

Written by Rev. David Whitney on Sunday, 01 March 2015. Posted in Opinion, David Whitney

Let’s not take our modern culture’s acceptance of lying, lying down. Jesus taught that we should always pray and not lose heart. Revival begins with our own lives getting right with God, repenting of sin and praying for the lost all around us.

Thinking About Lying

Lying has been making the headlines the past several weeks. Weve seen NBC anchor Brian Williams suspended for lying about a wartime story as well as lying in a Hurricane Katrina report. How about the Imposters chief strategist, David Axelrod, admits in a new book that Obama lied all along during his first-term election campaign about his position on sodomite un-marriage. He was for it all along, but lied to get black Christians to vote for him (which by the way they did in droves). Don’t forget this one: "We will keep this promise to the American people. If you like your health care plan, you'll be able to keep your health care plan, period.It turns out that was a whopper of a lie as has been admitted by another adviser to the imposter. So much so that if he were that wooden puppet, his nose would be ten feet long.

Test Drive: 2015 Mercedes GLA250

Written by Eric Peters on Sunday, 01 March 2015. Posted in Automotive, Business

Mercedes Benz gets into the sporty crossover wagon segment with the GLA250. And it looks like their new entry in the segment is a winner.

Test Drive: 2015 Mercedes GLA250

Everyone wants to get in on the compact crossover sporty wagon action – even Mercedes, which until recently refrained from entry, preferring instead to concentrate on coupes and sedans and SUVs (all of them built on rear-wheel-drive-based layouts).

Edward Snowden Wins Oscar, Loses Country

Written by Jake MacAulay on Friday, 27 February 2015. Posted in Jake MacAulay, Opinion

America has turned upside down, wherein a nation founded to protect and defend freedom, now restricts liberty and persecutes those who expose wrongdoing.

Edward Snowden Wins Oscar, Loses Country

Edward Snowden was recently recognized for his heroic Patriotism again as Citizenfour, the film chronicling the events surrounding his heroic and historic revelation of U.S. government wrongdoing, received critical acclaim including an Oscar.  As you may recall, Snowden made public the unconstitutional, unlawful, and criminal behavior of the National Security Agency.

As The World Turns, Be Bold

Written by Vicki H. Moss on Friday, 27 February 2015. Posted in Opinion, Vicki H. Moss

It is the Age of Crisis, of ISIS, and of immorality. Yet it is in this age, when Christianity is under threat and Christians are martyred, that the greatness of Christ's salvific mission and God's infinite Grace shines through and offers hope.

As The World Turns, Be Bold

This morning, I saw on the news where more Christians had been abducted by ISIS. I had just been thinking ISIS will not stop until they annihilate every Christian in the Middle East. Their goal: to eradicate those who do not believe in Islam and to destroy the West, especially Big Satan and Little Satan as they’ve labeled America and Israel.

The End of Freedom in America

Written by Alan Caruba on Friday, 27 February 2015. Posted in Opinion, Alan Caruba

If the Democrat-controlled FCC has its way, the Internet will slow your access and could eliminate access countless sites that provide news and express opinions the federal government finds offensive. That's what tyrannies do.

The End of Freedom in America

The America that has existed from the days of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, when its sovereignty was acknowledged by a treaty with England 1783, and its founding in 1788 with the ratification of the Constitution is no more. The America for which thousands fought and gave their lives is no more.

Test Drive: 2015 VW Jetta

Written by Eric Peters on Friday, 27 February 2015. Posted in Automotive, Business

The Volkswagen Jetta is plain, practical, and affordable. For 2015 it remains a winner for those looking for a competent transportation machine.

Test Drive: 2015 VW Jetta

VW’s Jetta sedan hasn’t got a lot of sex appeal.

Why Won’t They Just Say It?

Written by Karen Vaughn on Friday, 27 February 2015. Posted in Opinion, Billy & Karen Vaughn

In the face of rampant extremist Islamic terrorism, why can't the Obama Administration name the enemy?

Why Won’t They Just Say It?

The White House is holding a summit this week titled “Countering Violent Extremism,” but you won’t hear them using the words “Islamic extremism”—and that’s on purpose.

Why Should We Audit the Fed?

on Friday, 27 February 2015. Posted in Economy, Business

The Federal Reserve is one of the most powerful entities on earth, yet it keeps its operations secret. It's time to audit the Fed.

Why Should We Audit the Fed?

I can only think of ten reasons:

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