Zitat des Tages von Paul Weyrich:
Both Christians and religious Jews are finding it increasingly difficult to practice their faiths through college groups on so-called mainline campuses in the United States.
Cameras in classrooms are no substitute for greater authority by parents and teachers.
Conservative voters increasingly understand that the one legacy a president can leave is his judicial appointments.
Policy makers still think that if we just hand out more money the world's problems will be solved.
Judges were not the biggest issue for most voters in Georgia in 2002.
If liberals want to send tens of millions of dollars down the drain, I have no problem with that.
Advertisers are very wary of ideological media.
The reason that conservative talk radio works is because there is an audience for it.
In the past, children learned their values at home, reinforced by organizations such as the Boy Scouts and, of course, their church or synagogue, but in all too many families that is no longer the case.
So along with several very popular Internet sites, talk radio has served as alternative media that gives listeners information that they otherwise would not hear.
Many nations are like rebellious teenagers who try to figure out just how many times they can kick us in the teeth while still taking our money.
CAIR officials or former officials have been arrested on charges related to terrorism yet all it offers is silence and stonewalling in discussing what are its real motives.
Politicians often lie.
Unfortunately, too many public school officials believe that cameras are needed to enforce order and discipline.
The White House alone cannot hold its opponents accountable.
The President has a short time to let people know that he is serious about getting spending under control.
If a liberal News channel were launched it would fall flat on its face.
Politics aside, it will be hard for any new liberal radio network to outdo the professionalism of NPR.
Television is now the dominant factor in the lives of too many American children.
Now the truth is, a president really can't control the economy, although his policies do have some effect on it.
Despite being able to demonstrate a very large audience, major advertisers at first wouldn't touch Limbaugh.
Radical Islamic fundamentalists harbor contempt for our democratic way of life and, given the opportunity, will stop at nothing to accomplish their goal of bringing our country to its knees.
Every Arab nation votes against us at least two thirds of the time.
Without the ability of issue groups to tell the truth, who knows what the public will believe.
It is commonly agreed that children spend more hours per year watching television than in the classroom, and far less in actual conversation with their parents.
The Fox News cable channel is doing very well because there is a market for what Fox News has to offer.
Conservative talk radio works because there are lots of conservatives who are convinced that they are not getting the whole story from the regular media.
Self-professed conservatives comprise about 40% to 45% of the electorate.
For one, the Qur'an is considered by Muslims to consist entirely of words spoken by Allah himself.
Self-professed liberals are only 15 to 20% of the electorate.
Second, a quarter to a third of those who listen to Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity are liberals.
But the threat posed by the radical Islamists represents an unusual conflict, unlike any experienced by our nation before: we face an enemy that is not a state.
The average voter has to hear a point seven times before it registers.
Absent scandal, a federal judge can serve for decades on the bench, underscoring the importance of appointing judges who have a proper understanding of their constitutional role.