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Top Story Of 2007: The Surge, The Military, And The Media

December 28, 2007 by

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Michelle Malkin There should be no question what the top story of the year was: America’s counterinsurgency campaign in Iraq, the Democrats’ hapless efforts to sabotage it, and the Western mainstream media’s stubborn refusal to own up to military progress. What happened in January defined the rest of the year. We rang in 2007 with […]

Bad Day In Pakistan: Bhutto Killed

December 27, 2007 by

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It’s a bad day in Pakistan… and a bad day for the US. RAWALPINDI, Pakistan, Dec. 27 — Former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto was assassinated Thursday at a political rally, two months after she returned from eight years of exile to attempt a political comeback, officials said. Bhutto, 54, was shot at close range […]

Year’s End

December 27, 2007 by

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Mr. Shuldig and his dog Doobie, saying goodbye to 2007. In case you haven’t heard how the Olmert government will have an answer to the Qassams in 2010 (maybe) click here Your thoughts please? Tagged: Appeasement, Gaza, Hamas, Israel, Missiles, New Year, Olmert, Palestinians, Peace, Qassam, Sderot, Terrorism, U.S.A.

Good Will To All Mankind – Unless You’re Israeli

December 26, 2007 by

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December 26, 2007 Christian based charities such as Christian Aid and War on Want, have a mandate to fight poverty, hunger and disease. But their noble aims are being seriously undermined by obsessive condemnations of Israel, especially at Christmas time. Only when the same standards are applied to all countries, in accordance with true universal […]

Bethlehem At Christmas (1996)

December 26, 2007 by

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I used to have friends who lived in Bethlehem… a town just a 20 minute drive from where I then lived (in Jerusalem’s “Greek Colony” neighborhood). Before we gave their city to the PLO I would hang out with them a couple of times a week. Today’s Golden Oldie is from Christmas 1996. My friends […]

Benjamin Franklin’s Comment About Christmas

December 25, 2007 by

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“How many observe Christ’s birth-day! How few, his precepts! O! ’tis easier to keep Holidays than Commandments.” – Benjamin Franklin (Poor Richards Almanack, 1743) Reference: Poor Richard: The Almanacks, for the Years, 1733-1758, Intro by Van Wyck Brooks (111) ———————————- Founders’ Quote Daily is a service of The Patriot Post, the most widely read conservative […]

Jackie And Dunlap’s Christmas Message: What Matters Most

December 25, 2007 by

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The Red State Boys, Jackie And Dunlap’s Christmas Vid Posted By Pat Dollard. Read & See more of Pat Dollard reports. Tagged: Bible, Christ, Christian, Christmas, Messiah.

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