Lord Moncton: Obama To Cede American Sovereignty

October 17, 2009 by Lisa Krempasky  
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I dislike alarmists, but if Lord Moncton is correct we are headed not only toward political collapse and the One World government, but the end of days as predicted in the Bible. This treaty should require congressional ratification and I will keep you updated on what you can do to voice your concerns.

Does Evil Exist?

October 14, 2009 by Lisa Krempasky  
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I’ve been torn about whether to put this post in the faith or politics category. Good and evil is obviously a question of faith, but their implications are far beyond faith, touching on each aspect of our lives. In the political realm we struggle over what is “good.” Both parties are absolutely certain their good [...]

Are Power, Ego & Compromise Ok?: Conservative Rules For Radicals (Part 4)

May 11, 2009 by Lisa Krempasky  
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As conservatives we value the independence of individuals. We defend truth. We take the moral high ground. We are bold and courageous…or at least we want to be. And we look at liberals as mealy-mouthed and more about tactics and winning than about truth. But you know what? They look at us as power-hungry and [...]

A Day With Constituent Services

May 1, 2009 by Lisa Krempasky  
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Today I had a banking problem. Bank of America which got my TARP money…well, I’m not going into all of the details. But watch out for them. In fact, if you can, you might want to switch from them as I’ve heard from many their practices are, well, questionable. Since BOA got TARP money I [...]

How to Choose Your Means: Conservative Rules for Radicals (Part 3)

April 29, 2009 by Lisa Krempasky  
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Does the end justify the means? Conservatives have a tendency to play by the rules so we view this question as irrelevant. We have a blanket rule that the end does not justify the means and when the liberal does not play by this rule we criticize them. But by doing so we let them [...]

Conservative Rules For Radicals: Identifying the Problem and the Players (Part 2)

April 18, 2009 by Lisa Krempasky  
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The most significant thing we can do in our attempts to change the world is to recognize the world for what it actually is in the here and now and not for what we want it to be. In the model of Alcoholics Anonymous we must first realize there is a problem. If you don’t [...]

Conservative Rules for Radicals Prologue

April 14, 2009 by Lisa Krempasky  
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As one who wants to change my culture and my nation I thought I would look at a classic manual on how to do just that. In the 70s Saul Alinsky wrote Rules for Radicalsto teach a generation of liberals how to effectively change their culture. Though I don’t agree with the change they sought, [...]

Shut Up: Fairness Doctrine and Net Neutrality

April 11, 2009 by Lisa Krempasky  
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For generations the left has been bent on silencing objections. Notice I did not say answering objections. I said silencing them. The goal is not to win in the arena of ideas because their arguments cannot win. Instead, the want to win in the arena of public relations where the loudest idea wins. Listen to [...]

How To Save the Republican Party

April 4, 2009 by Lisa Krempasky  
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I hold no loyalty to any party. I vote my values. Those values often, but not always, align with the GOP. If the Republican Party wants to make sure my values align with them this is how to do it. The GOP is made up of 3 types of conservatives. Those whose primary focus is [...]

The Greatest Play in Baseball

April 2, 2009 by Lisa Krempasky  
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The greatest play in baseball in not what you would expect. It happened during the 4th inning of the Dodgers Cubs game on April 25, 1976. Two I hate America protesters got on to the outfield with a lighter fluid drenched American flag and matches. As they lit the first match Cubs outfielder Rick Monday [...]

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