Why Egypt Matters

February 9, 2011 
Filed under National Defense, Voices of Liberty

Why Egypt Matters

By Chris Hill. Every form of media has been abuzz with the news out of Egypt. Whether they are peaceful demonstrations in pursuit of “freedom,” or riots in search of a strong man depends upon to whom you turn for news. What is not in doubt is that President Muhammad Hosni Sayyid Mubarak is not going to be the head man in charge for much longer. What happens next is anybody’s guess.

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Freedom in America

February 6, 2011 
Filed under Conservatism, Voices of Liberty

Freedom in America

By Richard Minnick. Since the early history of our country, the protection of our basic freedoms has been of the utmost importance to Americans. A poem by Langston Hughes, “Freedom,” emphasizes the struggle to enjoy the freedoms that he knows are rightfully his. He reflects the American desire for freedom now when he says, “I do not need my freedom when I’m dead. I cannot live on tomorrow’s bread.” American’s recognize the need for freedom in its entirety without compromise or fear.

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Economic Freedom and Conservatism

February 3, 2011 
Filed under Conservatism, Economy

Economic Freedom and Conservatism

The Heritage Foundation’s annual analysis of global economic freedom has a wealth of information on how embracing the conservative principles of individual liberty and limited government (spending) promote prosperity for all.

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Excerpts From Eisenhower’s Farewell Address

January 23, 2011 
Filed under Conservatism, History

Excerpts From Eisenhower’s Farewell Address

On the 50th anniversary of President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s farewell, this fine speech concisely describes many conservative values and ideals.

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Aggression Over Merry Christmas?

January 13, 2011 
Filed under Conservatism

Aggression Over Merry Christmas?

By Tony Basilio Jr. I say Merry Christmas because, as a lifelong Christian myself, I happen to celebrate Christmas as the birth of Jesus. For me it IS the Christmas Season and not the holiday season.

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WCASD and the Sexuality of Students

January 10, 2011 
Filed under Education, Issues

The info  following has been passed to parents of high school students in the West Chester Area School District.  Isn’t is the sole responsibility of a parent to handle the issue of sex and their children, without interference from the WCASD or from such extreme leftist’s such as Debra Haffrner? A call or letter to […]

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A Response by a Conservative Thinker

January 9, 2011 
Filed under Conservatism

A Response by a Conservative Thinker

By Bill Hanrahan. To Karen Porter, Chester County leftist: You and I will probably never agree on many issues but we can and must be civilized. There is a lot of hatred in the political discourse in America and it is certainly not just those on the right that are to blame.

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West Chester’s Washington Monument Syndrome

January 7, 2011 
Filed under Taxes, Voices of Liberty

West Chester’s Washington Monument Syndrome

By Sean Carpenter, December 23, 2010. West Chester residents were presented with the classic Washington Monument Syndrome: cut the most visible and appreciated service in order to provoke outcry and then increase taxes instead.

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A Patriotic Christmas

December 28, 2010 
Filed under National Defense

A Patriotic Christmas

A poem by Bill Hanrahan in honor of our troops during Christmas. “On this Christmas we thank the soldiers who fight…”

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Mr. Obama, the people have spoken

November 16, 2010 
Filed under Activism

by Anthony J Oleck Daily Local News Nov. 6, 2010 On Election night the American people put the team of Obama, Reid and Pelosi in check. Precisely because all levels of government were being run by a team of unchecked progressives, the people got an up close and personal look at what a far left […]

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