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  • Sen. Ted Cruz on the Larry Kudlow Show

    04/15/2015 11:04:16 AM PDT · by gwgn02 · 7 replies
    Youtube Larry Kudlow Show ^ | 4/11/2015 | Larry Kudlow
    Audio in link- Sen Cruz talks about a number of important issues, 1:00 Foreign issues- Iran, terror, 8:10 Economic growth and Ted's tax plan to be released.
  • Obama To Outline More Limited Approach To Foreign Policy

    05/26/2014 8:51:24 AM PDT · by Nachum · 37 replies
    Associated Press ^ | 5/26/14 | Staff
    WASHINGTON — Confronting critics of his foreign policy, President Barack Obama will soon outline a strategy for his final years in office that aims to avoid overreach as the second of the two wars he inherited comes to a close. (snip)Criticism over Obama has only mounted over the past year following Obama’s decision to pull back a military strike in Syria and his inability to stop Russia from annexing territory from Ukraine. A White House official said Obama would specifically address both situations, as well as the status of ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran. The president is also expected to...
  • Any Syria strikes will be symbolic, limited: experts

    08/29/2013 9:13:16 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 33 replies
    Yahoo! News ^ | 8/29/13 | Michel Moutot - AFP
    Expected Western strikes on Syria will target the military, intelligence services and possibly sites with symbolic regime links, but will not alter the balance of power in the country, experts say. The raids, if they go ahead, would be aimed at punishing President Bashar al-Assad's regime and sending him a message rather than wiping out his military capacity and handing the rebels a decisive advantage, they say. "Specific targets should include the Damascus-area headquarters, barracks and support facilities of the fourth and Republican Guard armoured divisions, two units heavily involved in the bombardment of civilian areas," said Jeffrey White of...
  • REPORT: Obama Is Considering A Limited Two-Day Strike On Syrian Military Targets

    08/27/2013 7:12:49 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 196 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 08/27/2013 | Michael Kelly
    President Obama is considering a strike on Syrian military targets involving sea-launched cruise missiles or possibly long-range bombers that would last no more than two days, according to senior administration officials and reported by Karen DeYoung and Anne Gearan of The Washington Post. Reuters reports that the West has told the opposition to expect a strike "within days." The limited strike would seemingly be a response to allegations that the Syrian government used chemical weapons on its own people before dawn on August 21. Hundreds were killed and thousands suffered "neurotoxic symptoms." The design of the potential attack implies sending...
  • Supreme Court revives challenge to ObamaCare on religious-liberty grounds

    11/26/2012 7:48:56 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 91 replies
    Hotair ^ | 11/26/2012 | Ed Morrissey
    A decision by the Supreme Court this morning opens up a potential new avenue of attack against ObamaCare on the grounds of religious liberty — and not just the HHS contraception mandate. The court overturned the dismissal of a lawsuit brought by Liberty University over the health-system overhaul, in a move that was not opposed by the Obama administration in court: The Supreme Court has revived a Christian college’s challenge to President Barack Obama’s healthcare overhaul, with the acquiescence of the Obama administration.The court on Monday ordered the federal appeals court in Richmond, Va., to consider the claim by Liberty...
  • Obama: Limited Gov't That Preserves Free Markets 'Doesn't Work. It Has Never Worked'

    09/03/2012 7:16:24 AM PDT · by Son House · 149 replies
    CNS News ^ | December 7, 2011 | Terence P. Jeffrey
    In a speech delivered at Osawatomie High School in Osawatomie, Kansas, on Tuesday, President Barack Obama argued that while a limited government that preserves free markets "speaks to our rugged individualism" as Americans, such a system "doesn't work" and "has never worked" and that Americans must look to a more activist government that taxes more, spends more and regulates more if they want to preserve the middle class. "'[T]here is a certain crowd in Washington who, for the last few decades, have said, let’s respond to this economic challenge with the same old tune. 'The market will take care of...
  • Mark Skousen On How Much Government Do You Really Need

    03/08/2012 9:30:07 AM PST · by appeal2 · 4 replies
    The Financial Survival Network ^ | 03/08/2012 | Kerry Lutz
    Mark Skousen, author and editor of The Journal of Economic Perspectives, is known as a“maverick” of economics for his contrarian and optimistic views, his sometimes-outrageous statements and predictions. His more unusual predictions include: Forecasting in the early 1980s that “Reaganomics will work!” Sending a special alert to subscribers of Forecasts & Strategies to “Sell all stocks and mutual funds” on Sept. 8, 1987, just six weeks before the 1987 Stock Market Crash Calling for the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and the collapse of Soviet Communism Predicting of the biggest bull market on Wall Street in the 20th...
  • Newt on Romney’s Limited Appeal: “People Aren’t That Stupid” (video)

    01/02/2012 10:53:07 AM PST · by Nachum · 27 replies
    Verum Serum ^ | 1/2/12 | John
    This is a longish clip from Reuters in which Newt talks about the Iowa race. About two minutes in Newt makes clear that he’s not very pleased with Romney. Asked specifically why his appeal is limited to 22-23% he replies that Romney is a a moderate pretending to be a conservative then adds “people aren’t that stupid.”
  • Joe Lieberman left with limited 2012 options

    11/24/2010 5:42:12 PM PST · by Vigilanteman · 58 replies · 1+ views
    Politico ^ | 11/24/10 3:53 PM EST | Molly Ball
    Joe Lieberman essentially has two options for 2012: Retire or become a Republican. The Connecticut senator and Democratic exile hasn't made up his mind whether to seek a fifth term, Lieberman and those close to him say. But if he does, the GOP ticket appears to offer his best shot at reelection. "That's his only hope," said John Olsen, president of the Connecticut AFL-CIO and a former state Democratic chairman. Even that, Olsen and others involved in Connecticut politics say, looks like a long shot. But no other avenue appears to be open to the 68-year-old Lieberman, who won a...
  • Judge limits briefing in challenge to Arizona law

    07/03/2010 11:30:03 AM PDT · by SandRat · 19 replies
    judge considering the five lawsuits challenging Arizona's immigration enforcement law is trying to avoid being buried by legal paperwork. U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton has imposed limits on so-called "friend of the court" briefs filed by groups that aren't plaintiffs or defendants in the case. Bolton's order lifts a requirement for the state to respond to all briefs and imposes size limits on new briefs being filed. She says the many briefs being filed in the case (in her words) "may well jeopardize the court's ability to rule" by July 29 on a request to prohibit the law from taking...
  • In Council celebrating the 4th of July comes with a parade, fireworks and porcupine races

    07/02/2010 6:19:37 AM PDT · by kbennkc · 2 replies
    Idaho ^ | 2 JUL 10 | KATY MOELLER
    After all, nothing says "so long, suckers" like a race for glory in which drowsy rodents are steered with brooms and plastic garbage cans across a high school football field. No animals are injured in the annual running of the porcupines, say locals in western Idaho's Adams County. And neither are the humans, though some have been barbed by quills. Read more:
  • Emanuel open to limited climate bill

    06/18/2010 7:02:50 PM PDT · by Nachum · 17 replies · 362+ views
    politico ^ | 6/18/10 | DARREN SAMUELSOHN
    President Obama’s chief of staff opened the door on Friday for a limited Senate climate bill that focuses on capping greenhouse gases from power plants. Rahm Emanuel told the Wall Street Journal that “a whole range of ideas will be discussed” when Obama hosts senators at the White House next Wednesday, including placing a mandatory limit solely on the heat-trapping emissions from electric utilities. “The idea of a ‘utilities only’ [approach] will also be welcomed,” Emanuel told the newspaper in an interview. Obama is expected to discuss the pending Senate energy and climate bill with about a dozen Democrats
  • The danger of a government with unlimited power

    06/07/2010 11:22:38 AM PDT · by Neil E. Wright · 3 replies · 29+ views
    Washington Post ^ | June 3, 2010 | George F. Will
    Today, as it has been for a century, American politics is an argument between two Princetonians -- James Madison, Class of 1771, and Woodrow Wilson, Class of 1879. Madison was the most profound thinker among the Founders. Wilson, avatar of "progressivism," was the first president critical of the nation's founding. Barack Obama's Wilsonian agenda reflects its namesake's rejection of limited government. Lack of "a limiting principle" is the essence of progressivism, according to William Voegeli, contributing editor of the Claremont Review of Books, in his new book "Never Enough: America's Limitless Welfare State." The Founders, he writes, believed that free...
  • Is Limited Government Possible?

    05/08/2010 4:58:44 AM PDT · by Anarchydeluxe · 21 replies · 444+ views
    Anarchy Deluxe ^ | 05/08/2010 | Michael Nichols
    When the economic crisis hit in 2008, it was only a matter of time before the usual uninformed voices started bashing the private markets and capitalism. A system based on greed can never work, we were told. And the laissez-faire policies of George Bush led to the crisis. Now, these sorts of statements are ludicrous and utterly laughable for those of us who champion free market capitalism. George Bush was anything but laissez-faire, and, in fact, Bush increased regulation and government with acts such as Sarbanes-Oxley. Not only did he not reduce the welfare state, he also continued to fund...
  • World's patience with Iran is limited: White House

    11/27/2009 2:05:33 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 47 replies · 1,527+ views
    Reuters on Yahoo ^ | 11/27/09 | Andrew Quinn and Jeff Mason
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The world is losing patience with Iran's behavior over its nuclear program and Tehran will be responsible for the consequences if it fails to meet its obligations, the White House said on Friday. Robert Gibbs, President Barack Obama's chief spokesman, said a vote by the U.N. nuclear watchdog to rebuke Iran illustrated the "resolve and unity" of the international community over Iran's nuclear program. The International Atomic Energy Agency's board of governors voted 25-3 to censure Iran in a decision that gained rare backing from Russia and China, which have in the past blocked attempts to isolate...
  • Video: Solider at McCaskill townhall meeting - powerful

    08/02/2009 7:04:32 AM PDT · by clyde_m · 23 replies · 1,387+ views
    The Patriot Room ^ | August 3, 2009 | Clyde Middleton
    "I don't want an explanation. I want an apology." Whew. This guy nails it - limited government. No healthcare mess. Dang, it's powerful.
  • Citizen Representatives and Senators

    04/11/2009 1:05:19 PM PDT · by dvan · 18 replies · 577+ views
    self | 4/11/2009 | dvan
    I know this is a radical idea that certainly won't be accepted by our present government. As conservatives one of our core principles is Limited Government. The less the better. This was a principle that was accepted during the earliest years of our Republic. Sending legislators to Washington, D.C. fulltime apparently hasn't worked for either political party. Today we find ourselves 'dominated and governed' rather than represented. Term limits haven't succeeded either. they simply overturn them ignore them or declare them 'unconstituional' while they sponsor 'pork barrel' earmarks that guarantee that they are re-elected by their special interests. We need...
  • James Madison - Limiting Government - Founders' Quotes

    11/17/2008 10:44:04 AM PST · by Loud Mime · 36 replies · 2,514+ views
    If Congress can employ money indefinitely to the general welfare, and are the sole and supreme judges of the general welfare, they may take the care of religion into their Own hands; they may a point teachers in every state, county, and parish, and pay them out of their public treasury; they may take into their own hands the education of children, establishing in like manner schools throughout the Union; they may assume the provision for the poor; they may undertake the regulation of all roads other than post-roads; in short, every thing, from the highest object of state legislation...
  • Obama / Congress cannot lawfully exercise non-existent federal government powers

    11/04/2008 10:11:00 PM PST · by Amendment10 · 22 replies · 1,337+ views
    Sadly, most of the country failed Constitution 101 tonight, IMHO. I don't know what Obama actually knows about the Constitution, but the Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution to limit the powers of the federal government. And the truth of the matter is that many of Obama's campaign promises are based on non-existent federal government powers. In fact, Obama's ideas are in contempt of the following constitutional statutes, in my opinion. (Republicans are guilty of this too.) Article I, Section 8, Clause 18: To make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers, and...
  • FBI resources limited for economic probes: report

    10/18/2008 7:42:07 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 18 replies · 549+ views
    Reuters on Yahoo ^ | 10/18/08 | Chris Michaud
    NEW YORK (Reuters) – The FBI, after years spent focusing on national security, is struggling to find agents and resources to investigate wrongdoing tied to the country's economic crisis, The New York Times reported in Sunday editions. Citing current and former FBI officials, the Times said cutbacks in its criminal investigative workforce following the September 11 attacks left the FBI weaker in areas like white collar crime. The cutbacks were the result of a shift in focus to terrorism and intelligence matters. More than 1,800 agents, or nearly one-third of all those in criminal programs, moved into those areas, the...
  • US agrees to limited Iraqi jurisdiction

    10/15/2008 12:33:27 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 2 replies · 806+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 10/15/08 | Qassim Abdul-Zahra - ap
    BAGHDAD – American troops could face trial before Iraqi courts for major crimes committed off base and when not on missions, under a draft security pact hammered out in months of tortuous negotiations, Iraqi officials familiar with the accord said Wednesday. The draft also calls for U.S. troops to leave Iraqi cities by the end of June and withdraw from the country entirely by Dec. 31, 2011, unless the Baghdad government asks some of them to stay for training or security support, the officials said. It would also give the Iraqis a greater role in U.S. military operations and full...
  • Obama's experience, limited in the Senate, is varied in the outside world

    01/16/2008 7:14:05 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 20 replies · 662+ views
    ap on San Diego Union - Tribune ^ | 1/16/08 | Christopher Wills - ap
    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – By some measures, Barack Obama has a thin record. He's a Senate newcomer who has never worked in the White House, governed a state or run a business. Democratic presidential rival Hillary Rodham Clinton points to his resume as evidence that Obama is not ready for the White House. “He was a part-time state senator for a few years, and then he came to the Senate and immediately started running for president,” she says dismissively. Obama's accomplishments are more substantial and varied than Clinton suggests. And he has a longer record in elected office than she does,...
  • What Would a Ron Paul Presidency Really Be Like?

    10/20/2007 1:49:17 PM PDT · by no nau · 101 replies · 412+ views
    True to his word, Ron Paul abolishes the IRS, the CIA, the border patrol, and calls all military personnel stateside to serve as border guards. Problems immediately start to arise. The income tax code is still law, but with no enforcement agency, people soon just stop paying taxes. Congress tries to implement supplementary measures, but ultimately enforcement is the duty of the Executive and the Paul Administration has announced they will pursue no enforcement of income or payroll tax collection. The US government goes bankrupt in the first year of the Paul Presidency. Social Security and Medicare benefits cease to...
  • Thirty-day plan for a smaller government

    08/30/2007 3:59:41 PM PDT · by sdnet · 11 replies · 782+ views ^ | August 30th, 2007 | Llewellyn Rockwell,
    When Eastern Europe broke free in 1989, we all realized just how little thought had been given to the transition from socialism to capitalism. Mises had told us the collapse was coming, and we should have been prepared. As America comes to resemble a command economy, we need a transition plan here too. Yuri Maltsev proposed a "One-Year Plan" for the U.S.S.R. We're not in that bad a shape (yet), so we could do it in 30 days. DAY ONE: The federal income tax is abolished and April 15th is declared a national holiday. The 40% reduction in federal revenues...
  • Ban on pet projects won't stop trading (Scope of Congressional earmark ban limited)

    12/26/2006 10:21:57 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 285+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 12/26/06 | Andrew Taylor - ap
    WASHINGTON - Democrats may have declared a one-year moratorium on pet projects treasured by members of Congress, but the move will hardly stop horse trading in Washington or moves by lawmakers to try to steer taxpayer money back home. Nor will it touch billions of dollars in already budgeted Pentagon earmarks, which go to everything from research into better body armor for overseas troops to finding bone marrow matches to treat leukemia patients. The temporary ban on earmarks — footnotes in spending bills that lawmakers use to deliver federal bacon to their states — has been greeted with applause by...
  • Democrats, the deficit, and all they want to achieve

    12/14/2006 9:05:10 AM PST · by shrinkermd · 20 replies · 549+ views
    Christian Science Monitor ^ | 14 December 2006 | Peter Grier
    Lower interest rates on student loans. More special forces for the military. Expanded prescription drug benefits for senior citizens. Greater federal support for renewable energy and alternative fuels. Congressional Democrats have a long list of priorities they'd like to enact when they assume the power of the majority in January. After all, they've been wandering in the political wilderness for 12 years. They've had lots of time to scribble down stuff under the heading "to do." But faced with record federal deficits and the expense of the war in Iraq, Democrats have also vowed to be more fiscally responsible than...
  • The List (Formerly See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil....)

    10/24/2006 9:05:39 AM PDT · by em2vn · 10 replies · 508+ views
    daily pundit ^ | 10-07-2006 | bill quick
    It's become more and more obvious that Republican apologists are going to be able to get away with blaming the upcoming "stunning" defeat on the Foley "scandal," rather than the fact that large chunks of its base and other normally dependable voters are going to stay home in disgust over the several years of: Wild-eyed pork, earmarks, and increasing government size and power. intentions to put Gonzales and Miers on the Supreme Court. Failure to engage the strongest enemies of the US, in particular Iran. Horrible mismanagement of the Iraq occupation. Passing and signing the Campaign Finance Reform act. The...
  • California's Limited Energy Supply Options Highlight U.S. Oil Import Dependence

    06/22/2006 12:19:36 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 5 replies · 354+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 6/22/06 | Tarek El-Tablawy
    NEW YORK (AP) -- Just two Arab countries have supplied almost 50 percent of California's imported oil over the past five years, a dependence that leaves the state more vulnerable than the rest of the country to disruptions in the world oil markets. The finding, based on an analysis of state and federal crude oil import statistics, underscores the challenges confronting both California -- the biggest gas-consuming state in the U.S. -- and the country as a whole as lawmakers grapple with consumer outrage over high prices at the pump and a U.S. deficit that has widened on the back...
  • Once Upon a Time in Texas, My (English-Speaking) Niece Hoped to Enter Pre-K...(*Vanity*)

    05/14/2006 8:08:23 PM PDT · by getmeouttaPalmBeachCounty_FL · 115 replies · 2,158+ views
    Texas Education Agency ^ | 12 April 2006 | Texas Education Agency
    Texas Pre-Kindergarten Limited English Proficient (LEP) Pilot Program The following applications have been preliminarily selected to receive a grant for the Texas Pre-Kindergarten Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Pilot Program. Revised 4/12/06 Contacts: Carlos Garza(Funding) Discretionary Grants Phone: (512) 463-9269 Roberto Manzo (Program) Office Education Initiatives Phone: (512) 936-6060 Program Description: The purpose of the Texas Pre-Kindergarten Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Pilot Program is: To implement multi-age programs serving 3-, 4-, and 5-year olds that assure that English language learning children receive appropriate activities to enter school prepared to succeed. The pilot program must provide many opportunities for the...
  • Rita's Damage to Refineries Is Limited

    09/27/2005 9:31:32 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 6 replies · 428+ views
    ap on Yahoo ^ | 9/27/05 | David Koenig - ap
    DALLAS - Oil companies said Monday that damage to their massive Texas refineries from Hurricane Rita appeared lighter than expected, but analysts are still predicting that retail gasoline prices may remain near $3 a gallon for weeks or even months longer. That's a consequence of tight supplies and the fact it may take weeks to restart refineries that closed in the wake of the hurricane in Texas and Louisiana — about a dozen. Combined with reports of Rita-related damage to rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, the idle refineries raised fears about shortfalls of heating oil and natural gas, fuels...
  • Catching up with Pat Toomey... 10 minutes with president of the Club for Growth

    04/19/2005 8:23:09 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 2 replies · 445+ views
    When he was named president of the Club for Growth ( last year, Pat Toomey didn't need anyone to tell him how important it was having the Republican lobbying group on his side in a tight political race. When the former Lehigh Valley congressman almost unseated Arlen Specter in the Senate primary last spring, the club — which specializes in helping candidates who favor small government, free markets and low taxes — contributed nearly $1 million to his campaign. I asked Toomey about his new job and his future political plans, when I called him at his offices in Washington:...

    08/16/2002 7:39:49 AM PDT · by Merchant Seaman · 735 replies · 30,137+ views
    Annoyed Reader
    The purpose of's multiple message boards is to limit the topics for each board to particular topics. Posting the same message on all the boards defeats the purpose of multiple-boards for special topics. It is very annoying to see the same message on every bulletin board. PLEASE! DO THE READERS A FAVOR. STOP CROSS-POSTING YOUR MESSAGES!
  • Thomas Sowell: The fallacy with 90 lives

    11/23/2004 10:53:49 PM PST · by LibWhacker · 7 replies · 941+ views
    Naples Daily News ^ | 11/20/04 | Thomas Sowell
    Thomas Sowell: The fallacy with 90 lives By THOMAS SOWELL, Creators Syndiucate November 20, 2004 Cats are supposed to have nine lives but fallacies must have at least ninety. Some notions will be believed, no matter how many times they have been refuted by facts. One of these seemingly immortal fallacies is the implicit assumption that our enemies have unlimited resources, so that our efforts at strengthening ourselves militarily are doomed to be self-defeating. At least as far back as the 1930s, the intelligentsia and others have warned against military spending as setting off an "arms race" in which each...
  • Identifying Moderate Muslims

    11/23/2004 2:24:40 PM PST · by stevejackson · 29 replies · 1,575+ views ^ | November 23, 2004 | Daniel Pipes
    Editor's note: Readers may also be interested in Moderate Islam or Fata Morgana? and Speaks Out.There is good news to report: The idea that "militant Islam is the problem, moderate Islam is the solution" is finding greater acceptance over time. But there is also bad news, namely growing confusion over who really is a moderate Muslim. This means that the ideological side of the war on terror is making some, but only limited, progress.The good news: Anti-Islamist Muslims have found their voice since September 11. Their numbers include distinguished academics such as Azar Nafisi (Johns Hopkins), Ahmed al-Rahim (formerly...

    08/28/2004 12:49:16 PM PDT · by forest · 6 replies · 901+ views
    Fiedor Report On the News #314 ^ | 8-29-04 | Doug Fiedor
    If there was ever a "Most Valuable Player" award given for a political campaign, this year it would most definitely go to the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth[1]. Because they spoke out against a liberal Democrat, these men are getting a constant anal exam by the Kerry campaign and Kerry's socialist cheerleaders in the major media. Yet, no matter the heavy amount of professional media harassment received, the Swifties continue on, walking point, representing American veterans with courage and honor. And look at that faux war hero, John Kerry, running scared like a little girlie-boy again. With just two little...
  • S.F.proposes limited non-citizen voting

    06/21/2004 4:51:14 PM PDT · by Nachum · 94 replies · 473+ views
    Washington Times ^ | June 21, 2004 | UPI
    <p>San Francisco, CA, Jun. 21 (UPI) -- A plan is being considered that allow non-citizens, including illegal immigrants, to vote in San Francisco school board elections.</p> <p>The San Jose Mercury News said Monday the proposed November ballot measure was aimed at getting more parents involved in their children's education by waiving California's requirement that voters be U.S. citizens.</p>
  • Panel: FBI Hampered in Fighting Terrorism Pre-9/11

    04/13/2004 6:26:27 AM PDT · by Momaw Nadon · 8 replies · 465+ views
    Reuters via Yahoo! ^ | Tuesday, April 13, 2004 | By Tabassum Zakaria
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Despite increasing concern about terrorist threats to the United States, the FBI before the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks was hampered by a culture resistant to change, inadequate resources and legal barriers, the national commission investigating the attacks said on Tuesday. "From the first World Trade Center attack in 1993, FBI and Department of Justice leadership in Washington and New York became increasingly concerned about the terrorist threat from Islamic extremists to U.S. interests both at home and abroad," said the report, presented at a commission hearing. Attorney General John Ashcroft, his predecessor, Janet Reno, former FBI Director...
  • Some Men Would Do Just About Anything To Be Invited to This

    11/13/2003 6:26:57 AM PST · by OESY · 48 replies · 434+ views ^ | November 13, 2003 | SHELLY BRANCH
    <p>At the Robin Hood Foundation's charity auction in New York last year, the most coveted prize wasn't the slumber party with Britney Spears, or the skating lessons from Olympic gold medalist Sarah Hughes. It was a package called "Yeah, Baby!" that included a trip to the Bahamas and a dozen tickets to the annual Victoria's Secret lingerie fashion show. The winning bid, from five couples, was $560,000.</p>
  • Damascus Is Defiant In Face Of Air Strike, But Options Are Limited

    10/07/2003 6:49:38 PM PDT · by blam · 15 replies · 278+ views
    The Guardian (UK) ^ | 10-8-2003 | Brian Whitaker
    Damascus defiant in face of air strike, but options are limited Brian Whitaker Wednesday October 8, 2003 The Guardian (UK) Syria's youthful president sounded resolute and defiant yesterday in his first public comment on the Israeli air raid that struck deep into his country's territory. "We can, with full confidence, say that what happened will only make Syria's role more effective and influential," he told the pan-Arab newspaper al-Hayat. "We are not a superpower, but we are not a weak state either. We're not a country without cards ... We are not a state that can be ignored." In the...
  • Court OKs Limited Drugging of Defendants

    06/16/2003 7:50:31 AM PDT · by bedolido · 22 replies · 232+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 06/16/03 | Staff Writer
    Supreme Court Rules There Are Limits on When Government Can Forcibly Drug Criminal Defendants The Supreme Court ruled Monday that there are limits on when the government can forcibly medicate mentally ill criminal defendants to make them well enough to stand trial for fraud or other charges. The 6-3 ruling, a defeat for prosecutors, means that the government will have to revise a common practice now of putting defendants on anti-psychotric drugs for their trials. Justices said that the Constitution allows the government to administer drugs only "in limited circumstances." The case required the court to balance the government's interest...
  • What Happened To Limited Government? (Why go along with democrats and liberalism?) Rush Limbaugh

    05/21/2003 7:52:37 PM PDT · by TLBSHOW · 45 replies · 495+ views
    rushlimbaugh ^ | May 21, 2003 | Rush Limbaugh
    What Happened To Limited Government? The calls I took on Tuesday from guys in their 30's asking what happened to calls for limited government on our side have turned out to be quite prescient, folks - yet apparently they went unheard. Yes, as you can hear in the audio links below, the conservative intelligentsia in Washington D.C. (who only talk to other people inside the Beltway), doesn't think our 20 or 30 million strong EIB family exists and that nobody is making the argument for limited government. They see incremental liberalism (40% of what liberals want) as the new way...
  • Voluntary Alternatives to Taxation

    01/11/2003 7:34:51 PM PST · by ultimate_robber_baron · 13 replies · 746+ views
    The Hawaii Reporter ^ | April 16, 2002 (what a date!) | Stuart K. Hayashi
    Voluntary Alternatives to Taxation Stuart K. Hayashi Most Americans believe paying taxes is a patriotic duty. Yet this very nation was founded upon people evading taxes in 1776. When individuals don’t pay taxes, the government goes after them with guns, even though they haven’t used force on anyone else. Thus, taxation is an initiation of physical force against the individual’s right to life, liberty and property. Because taxation is forcible extortion, it violates your right to property. If you don’t pay taxes, you can be jailed, hence depriving you the right to liberty. And if tax “evaders” fight tax...
  • Iraq's Restrictions on the 'Unrestricted' Offer

    09/17/2002 2:10:50 PM PDT · by Arthur Wildfire! March · 40 replies · 323+ views
    Arthur Wildfire! March
    Yes. Restrictions on 'unrestricted access'. Fetters on 'unfettered access'. Iraq fooled Charlie Brown again, but not Bush. Rush reported this at 3:30, referring to an article I've yet to find. Hannity at 3:30 said he 'Almost drove off the road' when he heard Rush's find. There's an article out there somewhere that the 'unlimited inspection' offer is limited, to military bases. Inspections are, in fact, limited only to military bases, which makes them useless.
  • Christ Died For Me But Not for You: Did He Die for All or ONLY a Preselected Few?

    07/23/2002 7:40:31 AM PDT · by xzins · 121 replies · 661+ views
    Middletown Bible ^ | Middletown Bible Church
    The Cross-Work of Christ Is It Limited or Unlimited?  What Does the Bible Teach? SALVATION Unlimited Salvation Limited Salvation "For therefore we both labour and suffer reproach, because we trust in the living God, who is the Saviour of all men..." (1 Tim. 4:10a). "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son... "The Father sent the Son to be the Saviour of the world" (1 John 4:14; compare John 12:47). "For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through Him might be saved" (John 3:17; and compare...
  • Jesus Died for All, Not Just For a Select Few

    05/24/2002 8:27:55 PM PDT · by xzins · 35 replies · 526+ views
    UNLIMITED ATONEMENT Definition of Unlimited Atonement: "A reference to the doctrine that Christ's redemptive death was for all persons." "Representative Passages Offered in Support of Unlimited Atonement (Note: To clarify my position on a few of these verses, I have added some expositional text and quotations from various biblical scholars.) Luke 19:10: "For the Son of Man came to seek and to save what was lost." (The "lost" seems to refer to the entire world of lost humanity, not just the lost elect.) John 1:29: "The next day John saw Jesus coming towards him and said, 'Look, the Lamb of...