Archive for August, 2010

Why do Beck and Palin Create Fear in the Hearts of Liberals?

August 30, 2010

On Saturday, Glenn Beck hosted a rally at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.  Reports on the attendance at the rally vary from 300,000 to 600,000.  No matter how you look at it, it was a big crowd.  One of the speakers was Sarah Palin who is looked at by the far left as the Devil […]

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The Definition of MAD is Not “Monday is Always Depressing”

August 30, 2010

It’s Monday morning, so if you’re not in the mood for a heavy topic, that’s understandable. You might want to postpone reading this article until Tuesday.  If not, then read on. In somewhat simpler times, mutually assured destruction (MAD) was a mindset shared by America and the Soviet Union that served to keep the peace. […]

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Muslims Go Home!

August 26, 2010

                                                                          Muslims Go Home!                                                                                           By                                                                                  Ira Schwartz “Muslims Go Home” was the chant that echoed through the canyons of Park Place in NYC. “If you hate us so much why don’t you leave” quickly followed. That was the rhetoric that escalated the protests outside the proposed mosque located two blocks from the World […]

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It’s the Economy and We Are Not Stupid.

August 25, 2010
It’s the Economy and We Are Not Stupid.

This morning, as I pored over at least 20 pages of blogs, it was obvious that there were two main topics of discussion.  One was the proposed Córdoba House Mosque two blocks from Ground Zero.  The other was the economy.  Both are significant. There has been so much dialogue in the media regarding Córdoba House […]

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Don’t Vote, Just Keep Fighting

August 19, 2010
Don’t Vote, Just Keep Fighting

Stories this week have been consumed with headlines regarding the proposed mosque at Ground Zero as well as the Blagojevech trial.  There is also a lot of discussion regarding Obama’s Democratic fund-raising dinners in Los Angeles and Miami which cost north of $30,000 a plate and caused 4 hours of grid-locked traffic.  Perhaps that’s why […]

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To Build or not to Build

August 19, 2010

In the previous article “It’s About Respect”, written by my friend and partner Frank DeMartini, Frank discusses the numerous moral reasons why a proposed “Mosque” should not be built in the area presently located several blocks from the old World Trade Center site. This mosque/community center has ignited a firestorm of debate not only across […]

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It’s About Respect

August 16, 2010

In an Article written for this column by my partner Ira Schwartz last September entitled “Hallowed Ground”, regarding the World Trade Center attacks on 9/11/01, Mr. Schwartz stated:             “Many say the United States simply does not understand the people of the Middle East.  I say it is the Middle Eastern countries that fail to […]

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“Not One Single Dime”

August 4, 2010

Today Congress is debating whether the Bush Tax Cuts should expire or be renewed. The fact that this is being debated at all amazes me. The worst thing you can do during a recession is raise taxes. Everyone knows that; even the most uneducated among us. The second worst thing you can do is try […]

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