Nathan Tabor

The Islamic Deception

By Nathan Tabor on Sep 3, 2006 - 10:00:00 PM
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Google the phrase “Muslim violence,” and more than 29 million entries pop up. Granted, some of these citations represent violence committed against Muslims, but, unfortunately, quite a few represent violence committed in the name of Islam.

  Morning After Mania

By Nathan Tabor on Sep 3, 2006 - 10:00:00 PM
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Forget the threat of terrorism…the price of gas…or the struggle for families to make the monthly mortgage payments. No, the issue on the minds of many newspaper editorial writers is whether women can get pills.

The Political Storm That Will Not Die

By Nathan Tabor on Sep 3, 2006 - 10:00:00 PM
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Each year, somewhere in America, families must struggle to rebuild what nature has taken away. It may be a tornado that rips off the roof of a family business, or a fire that leaves the family homestead in ruins.

  Say Hello to the Neo-McGovernites

By on Aug 9, 2006 - 9:58:00 AM
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I almost ignored anti-war Ned Lamont’s win over pro-war Joe Lieberman in the Connecticut primary last night until I got a load of two of Lamont’s cadre of celebrants.

The Party of Death’s Ploy

By Nathan Tabor on Aug 6, 2006 - 7:30:00 PM
The national Democratic Party, which author Ramesh Ponnuru calls the Party of Death, has set its sights on African-Americans during this critical election year.

  Democrats Hypocritical on Marriage

By Nathan Tabor on Jul 23, 2006 - 7:09:00 PM
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It’s become the common refrain in numerous news reports around the country—Republicans are simply using the Marriage Amendment as an election-year ploy to get voters to back GOP candidates in the fall.

The World According to Howard Dean

By Nathan Tabor on Jun 18, 2006 - 7:26:00 PM
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A political party chief is a lot like a football coach. He has to recruit quality players…try to mold them into champions…and produce a winning record.

  The Latest Dangers in Cyberworld

By Nathan Tabor on May 28, 2006 - 7:53:00 PM
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When you’re a new mother or father, you learn quite quickly that your child has been born into a world filled with hidden dangers. You have to make sure that the stuffed animal you place in your baby’s crib doesn’t represent a choking hazard…that your child doesn’t fall out of his high chair…that your two-year-old doesn’t stray into the street while chasing a bubble.

National Day of Regret

By Nathan Tabor on May 21, 2006 - 7:42:00 PM
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To hear liberals tell it, George W. Bush doesn't have a prayer of succeeding. What with the war in Iraq, soaring gasoline prices, and the high cost of medical care, the President's critics dismiss him on good days as ineffectual...on bad days as a dunce.

  Making Sure Crime Doesn’t Pay

By Nathan Tabor on May 14, 2006 - 7:01:00 PM
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It’s hard for me to think of a job that’s more frustrating these days than that of a local cop.

The Sad State of American Education

By Nathan Tabor on Mar 26, 2006 - 7:17:00 PM
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Each election year, you’ll find a candidate who says we desperately need to pour more money into our public schools. Ignoring the property tax burdens on senior citizens, the candidate will say that taxpayers need to be prepared to spend more on education—even if it entails incredible sacrifice.

  Who’s Looking Out for the US?

By Nathan Tabor on Mar 19, 2006 - 7:15:00 PM
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The United States is, without a doubt, the most generous country in the world.  We are generous in times of natural disaster, donating untold amounts of dollars to help rebuild the lives of those devastated by tsunamis, earthquakes, and other emergencies.  We are generous in the defense of freedom, offering military aid to oppressed peoples longing for democracy.


Main Stream Media Hypocrisy

By Nathan Tabor on Feb 26, 2006 - 6:04:00 PM
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At one time, the New York Times was considered the newspaper of record in this country. It soberly proclaimed “All the News That’s Fit to Print.” Aspiring journalists looked at the Times as the gold-standard for writing and reporting.

  The War on Drugs Update

By Nathan Tabor on Feb 12, 2006 - 7:14:00 PM
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Each night, network news programs in America turn their focus on the war in Iraq. Yet, routinely, the national news media ignore another war that’s been going on now for more than 30 years—the war on drugs.

Anniversary of Roe vs. Wade

By Nathan Tabor on Feb 5, 2006 - 5:47:00 PM
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This past Sunday marked the anniversary of the fateful Roe vs. Wade decision, allowing women the supposed right to terminate pregnancies at their own will. Feminists see this as a sacred right for a woman to choose whether or not to bear children, and forcefully contest any possible change to the current status of this law.

  Justice for the Most Vulnerable

By Nathan Tabor on Jan 22, 2006 - 7:11:00 PM
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As liberals bemoan what they describe as the carnage in Iraq, there is incredible violence going on right here in America, on street corners throughout the nation. Unfortunately, the victims cannot speak for themselves—therefore, it is up to us to speak out on their behalf.

Intelligent Design: What We’re Really Banning

By on Jan 4, 2006 - 6:20:00 AM
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The verdict is in in Pennsylvania: it is now ‘unconstitutional’ to teach Intelligent Design as an alternative to the theory of evolution in a public school classroom. It cannot be mentioned, studied or discussed by students or faculty.

  Merry Christmas vs. Happy Holidays

By on Dec 21, 2005 - 9:17:00 AM
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What's the real difference between wishing someone a "Merry Christmas" or instead, saying "Happy Holidays?" Both are said in kindness, meant to wish someone well during the same time of year.

It’s Not Polite to Use the “C” Word in Public

By on Dec 18, 2005 - 8:00:00 AM
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  Frankensteinian Republicans

By on Nov 20, 2005 - 7:03:00 PM
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Incentive Programs Gone Wild

By on Oct 25, 2005 - 5:11:00 PM
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When I consider the concept of “incentive programs,” I’m reminded of the old adage, “It looks good on paper,” but then you are faced with the inevitable question of how will it work in practice?

  China Experiments with Body Parts

By Nathan Tabor on Oct 9, 2005 - 6:16:00 PM
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Whenever any culture rejects the value of life and begins to rely solely on human wisdom and technology, bad things start to happen. Such is the case in Communist China today, where the authoritarian secular government has degenerated to a new low in its quest for cash.

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