Wednesday, December 29, 2010
I would like to take a few moments to offer my readers and online friends my sincere wishes for a healthy, happy, safe and prosperous New Year in 2011. People from different countries all over the world, including, of course, the great United States of America, view various articles on my website, and I appreciate the diversity of people, from all different walks of life, who visit my official website. Whether you are a conservative or a liberal, a Republican or a Democrat, an Independent or a Libertarian, I wish all of you great joy and success in 2011. May God bestow His blessings upon every person who reads these words.
In New Year 2011, let us all experience optimism, instead of pessimism, in 2011. Let us all learn to be more optimistic, rather than pessimistic, about the circumstances in our lives, no matter how depressing or upsetting they might be. Let us all learn to rise above the daily, mundane experiences we all have to deal with, and remember that mediocrity is not the most important thing going on in our lives. Above all, let us all bear in mind that life itself is precious and highly significant, and that we should always strive to develop the gifts God gave to us at birth. The potential for true greatness dwells within each and every one of us, and it is my hope that in the New Year of 2011, my readers, as well as myself, will attain to the greatness, in the spiritual sense, that we all deserve.
Friday, December 17, 2010
The GOP Pledge to America, which is a great read, goes on to say that the Republican party pledges to respect and value family life and traditional marriage, and to be good and truthful stewards to the American people. You can read the entire pledge, and also watch the Pledge to America Preamble, a You Tube video of A Pledge to America, here:
I highly recommend that every conservative man and woman read the GOP Pledge to America. The GOP pledge is an excellent summary of what it is that Republicans believe, and wish to proclaim, to America and to the entire world.
Monday, November 22, 2010
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Why do some people prefer to believe in ridiculous theories that people who have common sense recognize as being lies? Truthers choose to believe in myths because they do not have any true respect for truth, but prefer to believe in lies and falsehood. Truthers believe that a lie (myth, hoax, or conspiracy theory) is the truth. Some truthers have accused me of trying to brainwash the public, but the truth is that if any brainwashing is going on, it is the conspiracy theorists, in whom truthers have put their trust, that are the guilty ones.
If you believe in a conspiracy theory, you may as well also believe in occult teachings. Maybe you already do believe in the supernatural realms of the occult. Legends are legends, and truth is truth. A theory is a theory and a fact is a fact. This is the truth about 9/11 conspiracy theories and the FEMA Concentration Camp Hoax: they are both lies, myths, hoaxes, or conspiracy theories. Conspiracy theorists want to steal your common sense away from you. If you value your own ability to think for yourself, do not believe in conspiracy theories, myths or hoaxes.
*Dig Deeper Into The Truth About Conspiracy Theories, including 9/11 Conspiracy Theories and the FEMA Death Camp Hoax:
FEMA Concentration Camps in America: Myths, Hoaxes and Lies
FEMA Concentration Camps: One More Conspiracy Theory for Truthers
9/11: NO MORE CONSPIRACY THEORIES PLEASE
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Veterans Day is a day when Americans can show their patriotic love for America in the simple gesture of displaying American flags on their front lawns for all people to see. How is Veterans Day different from Memorial Day? According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, many Americans are confused about the meaning of these two national holidays. Also, there are Americans who do not know the reason why Veterans Day is celebrated on November 11th every year. In other words, many Americans are not familiar with the history of Veterans Day.
Here is a little bit of history about Veterans Day, in the hopes that the reasons for celebrating these two national United States annual holidays, Veterans Day, and Memorial Day, will be clearly understood:
Veterans Day was previously known as Armistice Day. The legal holiday known as Armistice Day was created to celebrate the end of World War I. World War I ended on November 11, 1918. The Act of 1938 was passed on November 11, 1938. Armistice Day was "'dedicated to the cause of world peace and to be hereafter celebrated and known as 'Armistice Day.'" 1 Armistice Day paid tribute to veterans of World War I.
After the end of World War II and the Korean War, various Veterans organizations asked the 83rd U.S. Congress to amend the Act of 1938, by substituting the word "Veterans" for the word "Armistice." This legislation was approved on June 1, 1954. The original date of Armistice Day, November 11, was kept, and, to this day, Veterans Day, which is an annual holiday celebrated every year on November 11, is the day Americans take the time to remember and honor all American Veterans who served in any war.
Memorial Day honors servicemembers who died in service to their country or as a result of injuries incurred during battle. Deceased veterans are also remembered on Veterans Day but the day is set aside to thank and honor living veterans who served honorably in the military - in wartime or peacetime.
Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s letter to Harvey V. Higley, Administrator of Veterans' Affairs, designating him Chairman, Veterans Day National Committee:
The White House OfficeWhat is the difference between Veterans Day and Memorial Day?
October 8, 1954
Dear Mr. Higley:
I have today signed a proclamation calling upon all of our citizens to observe Thursday, November 11, 1954 as Veterans Day. It is my earnest hope that all veterans, their organizations, and the entire citizenry will join hands to insure proper and widespread observance of this day. With the thought that it will be most helpful to coordinate the planning, I am suggesting the formation of a Veterans Day National Committee. In view of your great personal interest as well as your official responsibilities, I have designated you to serve as Chairman. You may include in the Committee membership such other persons as you desire to select and I am requesting the heads of all departments and agencies of the Executive branch to assist the Committee in its work in every way possible.
I have every confidence that our Nation will respond wholeheartedly in the appropriate observance of Veterans Day, 1954.
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER 1
Memorial Day remembers and honors military members who have died in service to America, or died due to war injuries. Although military members who have died in service to America are also honored on Veterans Day, the main purpose of Veterans Day is to honor and thank military veterans who are still living. Veterans Day also honors all military veterans who served America in the military, whether in times of war or in times of peace.
Veterans Day is not just an annual Federal Holiday in which some people receive a day off from their jobs. Veterans Day, formerly known as Armistice Day, has a purpose. Please remember to take a few moments during the day to remember those brave military veterans who willingly sacrifice their lives in order to protect Americans and America. Veterans Day is a day to wave your American flags and show your patriotism.
1 The History of Veterans Day
*For more information about the history of Veterans Day, click The History of Veterans Day.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
You are invited to celebrate the Marine Corps' 235th birthday at the Marine Corps' official ball. The Commandant of the Marine Corps is inviting the general public to officially celebrate the Marine Corps' 235th birthday. The United States Marine Corps' 235th Happy Birthday Celebration will be this coming Saturday, November 13, 2010 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. This is the Marine Corps' official ball, and everyone is invited. For more information, please click Commandant's Marine Corps Birthday Ball. If you are unable to attend the Marine Corps' 235th birthday ball, please contact your local Marine Corps' unit to find out if there will be a birthday celebration in your area.
The Marine Corps began on November 10, 1775, when the Continental Congress met in Philadelphia to pass a resolution which stated: "'two Battalions of Marines be raised' for service as landing forces with the fleet." The Continental Marines were established with this resolution. These Marines served on both land and sea. The Continental Marines ended after the end of the Revolutionary War in 1783. The Marine Corps was established again on July 11, 1798. The Marines often fought against Barbary Pirates along "the Shores of Tripoli." The United States Marine Corps has protected America throughout its long and honorable history. 1
1 Click Brief History of the United States Marine Corps to read more interesting information about the history of the United States Marine Corps.
The "Marines' Hymn" has been widely used since the mid-1800's, but the "Marines' Hymn" did not become the official hymn of the Marine Corps until 1929. The writer of The Marines' Hymn remains anonymous to this day. There is a bit of a controversy as to who actually wrote the hymn. According to Heritage Press International -- History of the Marines' Hymn, Col. A. S. McLemore, USMC, spent years trying to discover who wrote "The Marines' Hymn." Finally, in 1878, Col. McLemore told the Marine Band leader that he believed the hymn had been adopted from Jacques Offenbach's operetta "Genevieve de Brabant." However, other people think the hymn was derived from a Spanish folk tune. 2
Lyrics to the famous "Marines' Hymn"
From the Halls of Montezuma,
To the Shores of Tripoli;
We fight our country's battles
In the air, on land, and sea;
First to fight for right and freedom
And to keep our honor clean;
We are proud to claim the title
Of UNITED STATES MARINES.
Our flag's unfurled to every breeze,
From dawn to setting sun;
We have fought in every clime and place
Where we could take a gun;
In the snow of far off northern lands
And in sunny tropic scenes;
You will find us always on the job --
The UNITED STATES MARINES.
Here's health to you and to our Corps
Which we are proud to serve;
In many a strife we've fought for life
And never lost our nerve;
If the Army and the Navy
Ever look on Heaven's scenes;
They will find the streets are guarded
By UNITED STATES MARINES. 2
2 Click Heritage Press International -- History of The Marines' Hymn to read more about the history of "The Marines' Hymn."
Happy 235th Birthday, United States Marine Corps! Thank you, honored Marines, for everything you have done, and continue to do, for Americans and America. If there is any truth to the lyrics in The "Marines' Hymn," regarding the sentiment that Marines even guard Heaven's streets, then I am glad to know I can depend on the Marines to keep me safe!
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
I just received an email reminding me that Wednesday, November 10, is the 235th birthday of the United States Marine Corps. This will be Wednesday's focus on Conservative Wordsmith TM.
Sunday, November 7, 2010
Shalane Flanagan is not by any means a newcomer to marathon running. In 2008, American runner Flanagan won the Olympic bronze medal in Beijing, China. In the same year, Flanagan broke the American record in the 10,000m two times, and won three United States running titles.
Click the following link to read a great interview with NYC Marathon runner-up Shalane Flanagan:
As featured in the Web Only issue of Running Times Magazine
A solid half marathon debut for the Olympic medalist
New York City, USA: Chilean miner Ed Pena, one of the 33 Chilean miners rescued in the massive October Chile mine rescue, is planning on running in the NYC Marathon race today. Ed Pena is 34 years old and is an avid runner. Ed Pena practiced for the New York Marathon by running through tunnels for several miles a day while he was trapped in a Chile mine for over two months. Marathon world-record holder Haile Gebrselassie met Edison Pena at the airport on Thursday morning. Pena said, speaking in English, "It's incredible". Pena entertained more than 100 media members with his rendition of some lines from his American idol Elvis Presley's song "Return to Sender." Pena listened to Elvis Presley when he was trapped underground. Pena practiced for the NYC Marathon with his daily 6 to 7 mile run through the Chile mine's underground tunnels. I just saw a clip on NBC of Ed Pena singing Elvis' "Return to Sender," and I must add that his performance was quite charming. NBC is airing the New York City Marathon, which is in progress now. Ed Pena told the media that he was thinking about beating destiny during those weeks when he was trapped underground in a Chilean mine: "What I thought about as I ran in the mine was that I was going to beat destiny," Pena said through a translator at a packed news conference Thursday, hours after flying into New York. "I was going to turn the tables on destiny. I was saying to that mine, 'I can outrun you. I'm going to run until you're just tired and bored of me.' "And I did it." 1 The NYC Marathon officials wanted to invite Ed Pena as a guest of honor, but Ed Pena insisted on running the race himself. Chilean miner Ed Pena is currently suffering from a bad knee, and his goal is to complete the New York City Marathon race in 6 hours . The race is 26.2 miles long. I am so happy that Chilean miner Ed Pena is strong enough to run the race in the NYC Marathon. The entire world, the United States of America and all of New York City salutes you, Edison Pena. You are a hero today.
New York City, USA: Chilean miner Ed Pena, one of the 33 Chilean miners rescued in the massive October Chile mine rescue, is planning on running in the NYC Marathon race today. Ed Pena is 34 years old and is an avid runner. Ed Pena practiced for the New York Marathon by running through tunnels for several miles a day while he was trapped in a Chile mine for over two months.
Marathon world-record holder Haile Gebrselassie met Edison Pena at the airport on Thursday morning. Pena said, speaking in English, "It's incredible". Pena entertained more than 100 media members with his rendition of some lines from his American idol Elvis Presley's song "Return to Sender." Pena listened to Elvis Presley when he was trapped underground. Pena practiced for the NYC Marathon with his daily 6 to 7 mile run through the Chile mine's underground tunnels. I just saw a clip on NBC of Ed Pena singing Elvis' "Return to Sender," and I must add that his performance was quite charming. NBC is airing the New York City Marathon, which is in progress now.
Ed Pena told the media that he was thinking about beating destiny during those weeks when he was trapped underground in a Chilean mine:
"What I thought about as I ran in the mine was that I was going to beat destiny," Pena said through a translator at a packed news conference Thursday, hours after flying into New York. "I was going to turn the tables on destiny. I was saying to that mine, 'I can outrun you. I'm going to run until you're just tired and bored of me.'
"And I did it." 1
The NYC Marathon officials wanted to invite Ed Pena as a guest of honor, but Ed Pena insisted on running the race himself. Chilean miner Ed Pena is currently suffering from a bad knee, and his goal is to complete the New York City Marathon race in 6 hours . The race is 26.2 miles long.
I am so happy that Chilean miner Ed Pena is strong enough to run the race in the NYC Marathon. The entire world, the United States of America and all of New York City salutes you, Edison Pena. You are a hero today.
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
3 Illanes Palma, Juan
4 Mamani Solis, Carlos
5 Sanchez Laguez, Jimmy
6 Araya Araya, Osman
7 Ojeda Vidal, José
8 Yañez Lagos, Claudio
9 Gomez Heredia, Mario
10 Vega Salazar, Alex
11 Galleguillos Orellana, Jorge
12 Peña Villarroel, Edison
13 Barrios Contreras, Carlos
14 Zamora Bugueño, Victor
15 Segovia Rojas, Victor
16 Herrera Campos, Daniel
17 Reygadas Rojas, Omar
18 Rojas Carrizo, Esteban
19 Rojas Villacorta, Pablo
20 Segovia Rojo, Darío
21 Barrios Rojas, Yonny
22 Avalos Acuña, Samuel
23 Bugueño Alfaro, Carlos
24 Henriquez Gonzalez, José
25 Avalos Silva, Renán
26 Acuña Cortés, Claudio
27 Lobos Ramirez, Franklin
28 Villarroel Godoy, Richard
29 Aguilar Gaete Juan, Carlos
30 Bustos Ibañez, Raul
31 Cortez Contreras, Pedro
32 Ticona Yañez, Ariel
33 Urzúa Iribarren, Luis
Fema Concentration Camps: One More Conspiracy Theory For Truthers
Friday, October 8, 2010
I did check out "I'm an American," and I can honestly tell you that this song/video is absolutely awesome beyond any words I can think of writing. I like the song immensely. No, I love the song immensely. I have listened to, and watched, the extremely inspirational and patriotic song/video "I'm an American" over a dozen times since I received John's initial email and link on September 28, 2010. This song is music at its best; it resonates with the minds and hearts of its listeners.
"I'm an American" is the kind of song a person never gets tired of hearing. The words are remarkable, and the melody is the kind of memorable tune that causes people to hum it during the day. All of this has been accomplished by one man, John Schwarzman, a man who describes himself as being a "spare bedroom guitar player," who mentioned these words to me: "I have never written an actual song before." This is quite remarkable.
Why did John Schwarzman write "I'm an American?" A truck driver told him that someone should write a song that describes how Americans are feeling about the wrong direction in which America is heading, and John decided to give it a go himself. John found and hired musicians and a studio. John also found the singer, Todd Googins, who is a phenomenal talent in his own right. Todd Googins' moving rendition and performance brings "I'm an American" to an even greater level of appreciation by the listening and viewing audience.
John Schwarzman mentioned to me the following: "All I want is to be a one-hit wonder if this can be my hit!" I wish John the best of luck in this endeavor. I hope "I'm an American" will be brought into every home in America and around the world, because John's song deserves to be recognized not only by Americans, but by everyone who loves America.
John, I want to tell you this: Your song and video "I'm an American" is already a huge HIT in the minds and hearts of many people who have already had the good fortune to hear and see this song/video. There is one word I can think of to describe "I'm an American" and the word is "Wow!" Wow, John Schwarzman, you rock!
Your song is amazing. You should be so very proud of your accomplishment. It isn't everyday that someone writes a song as great as "I'm an American." You are a good and humble man who has taken the time to listen to your heart. Your story is an inspiring example to me and to people everywhere. I wish you the best, John!
Thursday, September 23, 2010
As a sign of protest, United States delegates walked out during Ahmadinejad's speech when he started to recite his conspiracy theories, including the real clincher: that "some segments within the US government orchestrated the attack to reverse the declining American economy and its grips on the Middle East in order also to save the Zionist regime."
By the way, just in passing, Ahmadinejad's speech happened right here in New York City. That's right. Ahmadinejad is allowed to voice his anti-American thoughts right here in the United States of America. Why is Ahmadinejad even allowed to legally enter the United States of America? And how is it possible that Ahmadinejad, a cruel dictator, vile anti-Semite, hater of the United States of America, and conspiracy theorist is allowed to voice his unwanted opinions to the United Nations General Assembly?
Obama has been steadily losing popularity. The Rasmussen Daily Presidential Polls have repeatedly indicated this fact. Obama's plan to bring his variety of "change" to America is not what the vast majority of Americans want or need. Will a Republican be in the White House again in 2012? Only time will tell, but chances are looking very good at the moment.
Saturday, September 11, 2010
Thirty-six religious leaders representing Christians, Jews, and Muslims met in Washington D.C. on Tuesday night, having responded to an invitation of the Islamic Society of North America.The sentiments expressed by these 36 religious leaders, in regards to the majority of Americans who are protesting plans to build a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero, is that these Americans are bigoted and guilty of religious intolerance. Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, a Roman Catholic archbishop, asserted that protests concerning the building of a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero are "not American."
Those of you who are familiar with my published writings know that I am against religious intolerance. As a matter of fact, I have written and published several articles about tolerance vs. intolerance. For example, I fully supported former Republican Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, a Mormon (Latter-Day Saint), when he was campaigning for United States President during the 2008 Presidential Election. I outspokenly criticized those, including some (not all) born again Christians, who refused to support Mitt Romney solely because of his religious beliefs.
I don't like religious intolerance of any kind. For this reason, I don't use my words to bash all Muslim believers. In fact, whenever I have written, or continue to write, about Islam, my emphasis and focus has been, and is, on fanatical Muslim views as they relate to Muslim or Islamic (Jihadist) terrorists and terrorism. Consequently, I am appalled at the extent that certain prominent religious leaders have taken in order to support the plans to build a Muslim mosque near New York's Ground Zero.
In the meantime, it turns out that a Muslim imam is behind the building of the Ground Zero Mosque. Previously, news reports indicated that Muslim businessmen are responsible for the idea. But Feisal Abdul Rauf is the man, the Muslim imam, behind the plan to construct a Muslim mosque near New York City's ground zero. You can read what Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf wrote in a recently published New York Time's Op-Ed Opinion article entitled "Building on Faith."
Among other things, the Imam Rauf states that the plans are to build a community center called Cordoba House, in which there will be designated prayer areas for Muslims, Jews, Christians, and those of other religious persuasions. Feisal calls this a "multifaith, multinational effort." Plans are to include a include a "multifaith memorial dedicated to victims of the Sept. 11 attacks."
The problem is this: When you read Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf's "Building on Faith" statement, there is no mention as to why the Cordoba House needs to be built near Ground Zero, as opposed to some other less controversial location. With all due respect to Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf's well-written New York Time's Op-Ed article, is the Cordoba House concept just one more attempt, very cleverly disguised in seemingly spiritual words and garb, at the Islamization of America?
According to Imam Rauf, construction of the Cordoba House has not yet begun. Let those of us who are tolerant conservatives pray that this attempt to ingrain Muslim tenets ever more deeply into American society will not succeed.
Imam Rauf's seemingly religious, spiritual, intelligent, and caring words do not fully indicate the rationale behind the idea to build a Muslim mosque, or Muslim-based community center, in America, near Ground Zero, where over 3,000 innocent Americans were murdered by Muslim terrorists on September 11, 2001. The true and underlying motives and reasons need to be understood in greater depth.
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Certain religious leaders have voiced their opinions that anyone who is against the construction of a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero is tantamount to being a Nazi. The religious leaders did not actually use the word "Nazis" or "Hitler," but the implication is definitely present when you read the religious leaders' comments about the Ground Zero Muslim mosque, even going so far as Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick's assertion that any protest about the building of a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero is not American.
Friday, September 3, 2010
Muslim fanaticism is dangerous to everyone, including those who proclaim themselves to be peaceful Muslims. An Islamic terrorist and a Muslim pacifist differ greatly about their political ideals, but a Muslim pacifist who does and says nothing is not really a pacifist. Why? The so-called Muslim pacifist's silence in the face of brutal Islamic terrorism helps to support terrorists and their ideologies. Islamic terrorist activism is extremely dangerous to America and to the world. It is more than a mere political gesture on the part of fanatical Muslims. It is a statement about their core beliefs, which in and of themselves are extremely frightening.
Friday, August 20, 2010
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
This seems to be one of the many problems that is alienating more and more Americans from Obama's presidency. Obama just doesn't seem to have any regrets over any of his irresponsible acts and words as acting President of the US. I don't think the word "accountability" is in Obama's dictionary; at least not where Americans are concerned.
Read more: Obama has 'no regrets' over Ground Zero mosque remarks; poll finds 63% oppose WTC location
Sunday, August 15, 2010
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Saturday, August 14, 2010
If Muslims have rights to buy property and build a mosque near Ground Zero, so does Greg Gutfeld of Fox News' Red Eye. Greg Gutfeld wants to break down the Muslim religious walls against homosexuality, and what better way to cater to Islamic gay men than to build a gay bar right next door to the Muslim mosque?
One more thing: Perhaps there should be a sign near the Muslim mosque and Greg Gutfeld's Islamic gay bar reading:
This is the place where American tragedy turned into absurd mockery.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has turned out to be a huge disappointment, not only to conservatives, but to many New Yorkers, as he verbally applauded President Obama's defense of the mosque. In an official statement issued Friday evening, Mayor Bloomberg also spoke positively about the Ground Zero mosque, saying: "As I said last week, this proposed mosque and community center in Lower Manhattan is as important a test of the separation of church and state as we may see in our lifetime, and I applaud President Obama's clarion defense of the freedom of religion tonight."
Obama continues to succeed at being at odds with the majority of Americans on just about any topic, whether it concerns health care, politics, or religion. The vast majority of Americans (68%) are outraged about Muslims having the gall, and the legal right, to build a mosque near Ground Zero. This is a slap in the face to the relatives of those people who were unexpectedly and mercilessly murdered by Muslim (Jihad) terrorists on 9/11.
Oh, by the way, if Obama thinks Americans don't have the legal right to say the word "Muslim," "Jihad," or "Jihadist" before the word "terrorists," (another word on his politically incorrect list) he had better think again. Does he plan on changing Americans' right to freedom of speech? Is this one of the big "changes" Obama promised during his presidential campaign?
The truth is the truth, and the terrorists (yes, President Obama, there really are terrorists in the REAL world) who flew their airplanes into New York City's World Trade Center on 9/11 were Muslims. This is a fact, and no amount of politically correct editing of words will ever change the facts of what happened on that terrible day in American history. I applaud journalists Peter Nicholas and Julia Love, Tribune Washington Bureau, by the way, for not being afraid to use the words "Muslim terrorists" in their article.
The whole idea of building a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero is so ridiculous that it borders on the absurd. The absurdity and near-lunacy of liberal thinking is evident when political leaders unabashedly state that building a Muslim mosque in the same part of New York City where the World Trade Center once proudly stood is a legal right and a way to test the separation of church and state.
Friday, August 13, 2010
Hitchens said that any religious remarks or sentiments he might utter would be due to lunacy and fear caused by the cancer spreading to his brain, and added that it is possible he might say something indicating he is a religious believer, but that if he does utter these types of words, they would be spoken by someone he doesn't know or recognize. "The entity making such a remark might be a raving, terrified person whose cancer has spread to the brain. I can't guarantee that such an entity wouldn't make such a ridiculous remark, but no one recognizable as myself would ever make such a remark," he said.
Christopher Hitchens: 'I'm Dying' (VIDEO): The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg Interviews Christopher Hitchens; with Author Martin Amis, Hitchen's "dearest friend."
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The Religion of Christopher Hitchens
Christopher Hitchens Is Not Great
Ben Franklin's Title to Hitchens' Book
Benjamin Franklin on God and Prayer
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
It is important to remember the fact that Abe Lincoln was a Republican, because people need to know, and fully understand, that it is not Democrats but Republicans, as representatives of the Republican Party, who have always been the people in government who especially opposed and abhorred liberal thought regarding the acceptance of slavery, the raising of personal income taxes, and the idea of government taking care of people instead of people governing themselves and their own lives. Yes, President Abraham Lincoln's Republican tenets really are still true today.