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December 7, 2000
Every Republican should read the little booklet by David Horowitz, titled "The Art of Political War." This former radical of the '60s, who has become one of the most masterful conservative speakers, has set out the art of winning political battles, as summarized below. He tells how a sound-bite is a crucial form of political firepower. Symbols and sound bites determine the vote. "Tax breaks for the wealthy on the backs of the poor" is the continued prattle of Democrats.
NEWS
November 19, 2004
DENNIS MOUNTJOY The liberal elite -- from their East Coast newsrooms to their Hollywood studios -- never tire of attacking what they call the "Religious Right." They constantly proclaim that the American people do not want to hear politicians talk about moral values. On Nov. 2, the American people rose up and told them. "Oh yes, we do," and reelected President George W. Bush by a 3.5-million-vote margin. President Bush is a man that the political left loves to hate -- not simply to disagree with or dislike, but actually hate.
NEWS
April 15, 2000
Republicans do not win when they pander to the "left." Note the fall of both Bob Dole and the elder George Bush, as well as numerous others who tried to appease liberals over the years. A "slightly to the right" Republican candidate always loses, because the conservatives are the heartbeat of the party. They work hard to bring Christian ideals to this country. Just compare the Republican platform to that of the Democrats. That's why Gov. George W. Bush will lose if he picks a pro-abortion running mate, as some pseudo conservatives have recommended.
NEWS
By Chuck Sambar | September 11, 2006
September 11, another day of infamy to remember. The unspeakable brutality of Sept. 11, 2001, shocked our senses, changed our lives and caused all Americans to stop and reassess what is important and what we hold near and dear. We watched with shock and disbelief as the symbols of our military, economic and entrepreneurial strength and freedom were attacked with horrific loss of life and property. All civilized people were shocked at the violence and viciousness of the terrorist attacks of Sept.
NEWS
October 28, 2000
Jerry Lane October is a sandwich month -- stuck between the closing days of summer and the beginning of autumn. It usually seems unable to make up its mind about temperatures. As soon as you put away your shorts and take out those nice cozy sweaters, the thermometer jumps back into the 90s. The nights and early mornings are so cool that you need blankets; but once the sun is up, you are turning up the air conditioning. Back and forth we go, undecided about what to wear, what to eat and where to go for diversion.
FEATURES
August 27, 2008
Don’t give Schiff too much credit Regarding the recent Glendale News-Press editorial, let’s not give Rep. Adam Schiff too much praise (“Schiff in the Senate looks like a nice fit,” Editorial, Saturday). He has done well on local district issues, but his stance in the national field is very questionable after what occurred in Congress on Aug. 1. For those who have forgotten or are unaware of the actions that day of the Democratic-controlled Congress, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi seemingly cut off debate as well as the vote on the most important issue of offshore oil drilling, which the country wants and needs desperately.
NEWS
By: Tania Chatila | September 14, 2005
Lance Cpl. Julian Verduzco had armed forces gear strewn all over the living room floor of the East Palmer Avenue home where he lives with his mother and 9-year-old brother Tuesday afternoon. With less than a day's notice before departure, Verduzco hurried to pack his helmet, first-aid kit, sleeping bag and uniform while trying to tie up loose ends with friends and family. "I'm leaving tomorrow," Verduzco said as the calls came into his cellphone Tuesday.
NEWS
By: Tania Chatila | September 14, 2005
Lance Cpl. Julian Verduzco had armed forces gear strewn all over the living room floor of the East Palmer Avenue home where he lives with his mother and 9-year-old brother Tuesday afternoon. With less than a day's notice before departure, Verduzco hurried to pack his helmet, first-aid kit, sleeping bag and uniform while trying to tie up loose ends with friends and family. "I'm leaving tomorrow," Verduzco said as the calls came into his cellphone Tuesday.
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July 5, 2009
Let?s heed TR?s words on this issue Too many seem to be missing, or possibly avoiding, the point that was being made with Dan Kimber?s column regarding the Armenian Youth Federation?s position on the assimilation of Armenian youth in America (?Greet melting pot with open arms, April 17). Entering into the fray on this subject, or in any way questioning the motives or merits of anyone or anything Armenian, especially in today?s Glendale, is to risk being labeled as racist and uneducated on the topics of Armenian culture, Armenian history and the Armenian Genocide.
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NEWS
By Chuck Sambar | September 11, 2006
September 11, another day of infamy to remember. The unspeakable brutality of Sept. 11, 2001, shocked our senses, changed our lives and caused all Americans to stop and reassess what is important and what we hold near and dear. We watched with shock and disbelief as the symbols of our military, economic and entrepreneurial strength and freedom were attacked with horrific loss of life and property. All civilized people were shocked at the violence and viciousness of the terrorist attacks of Sept.
NEWS
By: Tania Chatila | September 14, 2005
Lance Cpl. Julian Verduzco had armed forces gear strewn all over the living room floor of the East Palmer Avenue home where he lives with his mother and 9-year-old brother Tuesday afternoon. With less than a day's notice before departure, Verduzco hurried to pack his helmet, first-aid kit, sleeping bag and uniform while trying to tie up loose ends with friends and family. "I'm leaving tomorrow," Verduzco said as the calls came into his cellphone Tuesday.
NEWS
By: Tania Chatila | September 14, 2005
Lance Cpl. Julian Verduzco had armed forces gear strewn all over the living room floor of the East Palmer Avenue home where he lives with his mother and 9-year-old brother Tuesday afternoon. With less than a day's notice before departure, Verduzco hurried to pack his helmet, first-aid kit, sleeping bag and uniform while trying to tie up loose ends with friends and family. "I'm leaving tomorrow," Verduzco said as the calls came into his cellphone Tuesday.
NEWS
November 19, 2004
DENNIS MOUNTJOY The liberal elite -- from their East Coast newsrooms to their Hollywood studios -- never tire of attacking what they call the "Religious Right." They constantly proclaim that the American people do not want to hear politicians talk about moral values. On Nov. 2, the American people rose up and told them. "Oh yes, we do," and reelected President George W. Bush by a 3.5-million-vote margin. President Bush is a man that the political left loves to hate -- not simply to disagree with or dislike, but actually hate.
NEWS
December 7, 2000
Every Republican should read the little booklet by David Horowitz, titled "The Art of Political War." This former radical of the '60s, who has become one of the most masterful conservative speakers, has set out the art of winning political battles, as summarized below. He tells how a sound-bite is a crucial form of political firepower. Symbols and sound bites determine the vote. "Tax breaks for the wealthy on the backs of the poor" is the continued prattle of Democrats.
NEWS
October 28, 2000
Jerry Lane October is a sandwich month -- stuck between the closing days of summer and the beginning of autumn. It usually seems unable to make up its mind about temperatures. As soon as you put away your shorts and take out those nice cozy sweaters, the thermometer jumps back into the 90s. The nights and early mornings are so cool that you need blankets; but once the sun is up, you are turning up the air conditioning. Back and forth we go, undecided about what to wear, what to eat and where to go for diversion.
NEWS
May 5, 2000
I am deeply distressed over the colossal blunder pulled by the Glendale City Council recently regarding its authorization of recognizing the Armenia Genocide and especially the lowering of the American flag to half-staff in observance of the Armenia Genocide anniversary. The American flag of this great nation is representative only of the United States of America and its citizens, no one else. It does not represent any foreign country such as the Republic of Armenia, nor reflect the views and politics of other countries.
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