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- Genesis 3:22: Man Was Like One of Us
- The Martyrdom of Zechariah in Rabbinic Literature and Matthew 23:35
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- Christmas Services; Abuse of Power; The Real Extremists, the Far Left, by Billy James Hargis
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Category Archives: Richard Cheney
On page 287 of President Nixon: Alone in the White House, Richard Reeves states: “If that deficit spending would entice more private spending, by both corporations and consumers, then the Republican president was now ready to buy into the pump-priming … Continue reading
My latest reading of Take It Back: Our Party, Our Country, Our Future, by James Carville and Paul Begala, was about national security. Essentially, Carville and Begala criticized how George W. Bush’s handled 9/11—-both the events leading up to it … Continue reading
In my latest reading of The Conscience of a Liberal, Paul Krugman tells a typical left-wing narrative, and yet he also diverges from it, in areas. Where Krugman echoed the typical left-wing narrative was in his argument that a number … Continue reading
Tomorrow, I will finish and return Stephen Hayes’ biography of Cheney, so I want to take this opportunity to share some more of its jewels. The book is Cheney: The Untold Story of America’s Most Powerful and Controversial Vice President … Continue reading
I’m currently reading Stephen F. Hayes’ Cheney (New York: HarperCollins, 2007), which is based on hours of exclusive interviews. On Saturday night, I read the chapter entitled “Dick Cheney: New Democrat?” That was about the Vice-President’s recent conversion to neo-conservative … Continue reading