Edward Daley column
Edward Daley was born to American parents on a U.S. military base in Stephenville, Newfoundland, Canada, and moved to the United States as an infant. He became active in politics in 1984--the first year he was old enough to vote for the President of the United States. Currently he is the full-time caregiver to his elderly father and a landlord of rental property. Edward has been a salesman, bar doorman, typesetter, and security guard. He is a college graduate with a number of hobbies and interests, including reading, writing poetry and short stories, web designing, watching professional football, and drinking 12-year-old single malt scotch. He currently lives in Thomaston, Maine.

Sherlock Holmes proves the existence of God
Edward Daley
January 10, 2016

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle once wrote that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. I agree with this . . .

The Psychopathic Socialists Party ÷ The Cowering Excuse-Makers Party = President Donald Trump
Edward Daley
August 27, 2015

Modern day Democrat politicians are socialists, which really isn't breaking news. Heck, that particular socio-political philosophy was adopted by the DNC during . . .

The future must not belong to those who slander everyone but the prophet of Islam
Edward Daley
January 10, 2015

On September 25th, 2012 President Barack Obama delivered a speech to the United Nations General Assembly in which he stated: "The future must not belong to . . .

Edward Daley
January 23, 2013

When I was a kid: reflections of a 50-year-old American
Edward Daley
January 15, 2013

When I was a kid... If you mouthed off to an adult – even a teacher in school – you'd more than likely get the taste slapped out of your mouth, . . .

You, Mr. Kristol, sound like a freakin' idiot!
Edward Daley
November 13, 2012

Apparently, Bill Kristol has the same mental deficiency as every single person who voted for Barack Obama last Tuesday. He doesn't seem to be able to grasp a . . .

Don't abandon the GOP, grow a pair and take it back!
Edward Daley
July 31, 2012

When you figure in the $85 million million (aka trillion) worth of unfunded liabilities from Social Security and Medicare, the total debt amassed by the federal . . .

Nullification chatter escalating, but could it actually happen?
Edward Daley
July 5, 2012

Did you know that nearly half of all U.S. states are run entirely by Republicans? It's true, there are currently 23 states that have GOP-controlled governments. . . .

Obamacare: the Supreme Court has just handed Romney the presidency, but is he smart enough to take it?
Edward Daley
June 29, 2012

Thursday's USSC decision upholding ObamaCare's individual mandate as constitutional has served one positive purpose, which is to practically guarantee Barack . . .

A little reminder to all you leftists on the anniversary of Osama's death
Edward Daley
May 2, 2012

If the C.I.A. had been forced to refrain from utilizing the enhanced interrogation techniques that Barack Obama and the entire Democrat party leadership fought . . .

A "failed" presidency? I think not
Edward Daley
February 12, 2012

Time and time again I hear Republican politicians refer to Barack Obama's administration as a total failure. That couldn't be further from the truth. The . . .

The tea party was right, and you know it
Edward Daley
August 8, 2011

In case you didn't hear- and you would have to have been living in a box for the past 72 hours not to — America's AAA credit rating was lowered to AA+ . . .

A response to Paul A. Ibbetson's article titled 'Sister Wives: the concubines of the cult of Kody Brown'
Edward Daley
July 23, 2011

The following is a retort to my good friend Paul A. Ibbetson's 'Sister Wives...' article of July 21, 2011 Original article: http://www.renewamerica.com . . .

Our manifestly unserious Republican House leader
Edward Daley
March 9, 2011

House Speaker John Boehner is not a serious adult when it comes to addressing the out-of-control federal spending of the Democrat party. That is evident in his . . .

Good religion, as I see it
Edward Daley
February 16, 2011

My name is Edward L. Daley, and I'm what's known as a deist. That is to say that I embrace no particular religious faith, yet I do believe in an eternal creator . . .

When will the GOP go after Obama for his crimes?
Edward Daley
February 11, 2011

That's right, I used the word crimes in the title of this article, and I make no apologies for it. What else would you call contempt of court, breach of . . .

The TSA versus American manhood
Edward Daley
November 26, 2010

I'm not a politician, although some of my friends have told me I should consider running for public office. That will never happen though, primarily because I'm . . .

The political correctness bomb that exploded at Fort Hood
Edward Daley
November 11, 2009

Nidal Malik Hasan is an Islamic terrorist who, with premeditation and contempt for our military's anti-terrorist mission in the Middle East, murdered 13 . . .

Edward Daley
October 2, 2008

I was reading an op-ed the other day in which the author (who's name was not attached to it) wrote that getting rid of corporate taxes as a means of helping to . . .

"Yes we can," but...
Edward Daley
June 10, 2008

Yes we can elect Barack Obama president, but... No we can't mention his middle name. No we can't win the war in . . .

A few questions for liberals
Edward Daley
August 3, 2007

1) The modern American "peace movement" is responsible for the deaths of far more people than the U.S.-involved wars its members have protested over the past . . .

The Grand Old Party is in trouble
Edward Daley
May 5, 2007

Apparently the entire Republican party has lost its collective mind, as is evidenced by the fact that the GOP's presidential candidates agreed to let a partisan . . .

A few words about gun control
Edward Daley
April 18, 2007

It was only a matter of time before anti-gun nuts all over the country started calling for stiffer gun control measures in the wake of the recent Virginia Tech . . .

I know it's hard to believe but...
Edward Daley
April 4, 2007

There are some people in the United States of America who think that George W. Bush orchestrated the atrocities of 09/11/01... and that Democrats are more . . .

Reflections of a real American
Edward Daley
March 1, 2007

Ever since the new Defeatocrat party took control of our Congress less than two months ago, the snarling anklebiters who make up its support base have allowed . . .

Reading between the lines of Hillary's "I'm in" announcement
Edward Daley
January 23, 2007

As most everyone knows by now, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (HRC) has recently thrown her hat into the ring of contenders for the 2008 Democrat presidential . . .

Fairness? Yeah right!
Edward Daley
January 19, 2007

Less than half a month has passed since the Democrats took control of Congress, and already they are proving to everyone just how far to the left their party . . .

Haunted by the ghosts of Chamberlains past
Edward Daley
January 2, 2007

It's no secret that Iran, and to a lesser degree, Syria, are responsible for supplying weapons to our enemies in Iraq, as well as encouraging would-be . . .

If I could choose the president, vice president, and cabinet in 2008
Edward Daley
December 7, 2006

Every once in a while (and don't tell me you haven't done this yourself) I allow my mind to drift off into fantasy-land for a brief period of time, where I . . .

If the GOP isn't a conservative party, it isn't a viable party
Edward Daley
November 10, 2006

A few weeks ago I wrote an article titled 'The Underrepresented Conservative Base' , in which I speculated that "Maybe losing the House of Representatives for a . . .

The underrepresented conservative base
Edward Daley
October 11, 2006

Tune your television to any political talk show during this venomous electoral season, and you're bound to hear a bunch of pundits speculating on the future of . . .

The pledge I'd like to see all political candidates take
Edward Daley
September 25, 2006

I, ________________________________________, upon signing this document, do hereby swear and affirm under penalty of forfeiture of office and wages, that I . . .

Cut And Run -- sung to the tune of ''Let It Snow''
Edward Daley
September 12, 2006

(Feel free to sing along with the instrumental version http://www.geocities.com/lupey_107/LetItSnow.mid) Oh the Weathermen all were Marxists Their . . .

Obligatory political correctness syndrome
Edward Daley
August 29, 2006

Are you a conservative? If so, have you ever asked yourself why you sometimes feel obliged to inject painfully obvious statements into your debates with . . .

Confronting bad behavior the liberal way
Edward Daley
July 26, 2006

I think I've come up with a foolproof plan to end crime in America, and I have liberalism to thank for it. It consists of disbanding every police unit in the . . .

America's mullahs
Edward Daley
July 10, 2006

The dominant view today among legal scholars, law professors, practicing lawyers, and judges in this country is that the Constitution is a "living, breathing" . . .

Proud to be called a right-wing extremist
Edward Daley
June 22, 2006

What do Ronald Reagan, Rush Limbaugh, and Ann Coulter all have in common, aside from the fact that history will judge them to be among the most successful . . .

A conservative convention (Part II) -- definitions and structure
Edward Daley
May 30, 2006

Over the past several days I've received a number of emails from people regarding the subject of my previous article (1), in which I advanced the idea of . . .

A conservative convention
Edward Daley
May 21, 2006

If you are a conservative who believes that the current leaders of the Republican party are abandoning your core values, and ignoring your opinions on issues . . .

American citizens know how to protest too!
Edward Daley
May 2, 2006

Well, Pinko De Mayo has come and gone, and this year's celebration of the Bolshevik Revolution by communism's useful idiots had new life breathed into it in the . . .

A specter of things to come?
Edward Daley
April 24, 2006

So I'm sitting at my computer this morning scanning the internet news websites like I do every day, when I happen upon an article in the 'Frankfort Times' . . .

What I believe... and what most politicians don't
Edward Daley
March 30, 2006

Here's what I believe to be true regarding some of the most important issues facing America today, and what most politicians apparently don't. IMMIGRATION . . .

I need a conservative television news network
Edward Daley
March 16, 2006

Every morning I log onto the worldwide web, not because I'm a computer geek, but because I want to understand what's going on in the world. I've long since . . .

The same old song and dance
Edward Daley
March 1, 2006

This past Monday, CBS, otherwise known as See? BS!, Al-Jazeera West, and the Corrupt Broadcasting System, proved once again that it is nothing but a shameless . . .

It's the principle of the thing
Edward Daley
February 23, 2006

Back on February 11th, I was very troubled to learn that a government-run United Arab Emirate (UAE) company called Dubai Ports World (DPW) had bought out a UK . . .

Reprobates and cowards
Edward Daley
February 8, 2006

On the 7th of February, 2006, Coretta Scott King was memorialized at the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, Georgia, eight days after her death . . .

Al Gore's MLK Day speech
Edward Daley
January 22, 2006

Former Vice President Al Gore gave another one of his famous anti-Bush speeches last week before an enthusiastic audience of left-wing extremists called the  . . .

Ann Coulter is right... again
Edward Daley
January 6, 2006

In her most recent Human Events column titled 'This Is Why We Don't Trust Democrats With National Security', Ann Coulter relates that "The Democratic Party has . . .

All I want for Christmas is a pro-America Senate
Edward Daley
December 19, 2005

So let me get this straight, last week John McCain insisted that the President agree on an amendment prohibiting the torture of war detainees by the U.S. . . .

The party of treason
Edward Daley
December 6, 2005

Article III, section 3, Clause 1 of the United States Constitution relates that "Treason against the United States shall consist only in levying War against . . .

Tofurkey or not tofurkey, that is the question
Edward Daley
November 23, 2005

If you go to the 'People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals' (PETA — http://www.peta.org) website you'll find a link to an article titled "Top 10 Reasons Not . . .

Where do we go from here?
Edward Daley
November 12, 2005

Perhaps the most important question on the minds of "undecided" American voters these days is: who should I entrust the security of the United States to in the . . .

Enough is enough!
Edward Daley
October 27, 2005

I have several requirements for supporting Supreme Court nominees, among them being that Chucky Schumer and Harry Reid must hate them. Let's face it, if these . . .

Media parasites undermine Bush's attempt to rally troops
Edward Daley
October 14, 2005

The "mainstream" media today, in a stunning display of left-wing bias, engaged in a coordinated anti-war propaganda campaign designed to overshadow an attempt . . .

It aint just a big river in Egypt
Edward Daley
October 4, 2005

On the 26th of September, former "Meet the Press" moderator, Marvin Kalb, interviewed Dan (I stick by the story — the story is true) Rather before the National . . .

The problem with evolution
Edward Daley
September 23, 2005

According to Dr. A. E. Wilder-Smith, Ph.D., the basic theory of evolution, as it relates to the origins of life on Earth, can be explained by using the . . .

You might be a left-wing extremist brainwashing victim if...
Edward Daley
September 6, 2005

You believe that the U. S. Constitution prohibits the open recognition of God by our federal (or any state) government, and the exhibition of religious symbols . . .

As loathsome as it gets
Edward Daley
August 31, 2005

I don't think I have to point out to anyone just how horrendous the situation down in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama is today. Hurricane Katrina has proved . . .

An open letter to America's troops
Edward Daley
August 19, 2005

If one were to rely exclusively on the left-leaning media as a source for information on the war, one would be led to believe that you folks in our armed forces . . .

The war casualty numbers nobody is talking about
Edward Daley
August 10, 2005

Want to find out how many Americans have died in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts over the past couple of years? The number of sources available for learning . . .

The federal funding of embryonic stem cell research
Edward Daley
August 3, 2005

Ever since last Friday, when Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist announced that he would support loosening restrictions on the federal funding of embryonic stem . . .

I sure hope Ann Coulter is wrong
Edward Daley
July 25, 2005

Last week the best-selling author and queen of anti-liberalism, Ann Coulter, wrote an article about the recent nomination by President Bush of Appeals Court . . .

Senator Durbin a suspect in wife's homicide?
Edward Daley
July 18, 2005

By I. P. Freely The body of Senator Richard (Dick) Durbin's wife, Loretta, was found lying motionless in the couple's bed over the weekend, touching off a . . .

Cry havoc!
Edward Daley
July 7, 2005

On July 7, 2005, terrorists attacked Great Britain's capital city, killing dozens of people and injuring hundreds more. Targeting London's mass transit system, . . .

Good bye Sandra... and good riddance!
Edward Daley
July 1, 2005

Ronald Reagan, like all presidents, made a few mistakes while he was in office, and one of his more regrettable blunders was nominating a judge by the name of . . .

10 things I'd do if I were the Commander-In-Chief
Edward Daley
June 26, 2005

If I became the President of the United States tomorrow, the first thing I'd do is hold a press conference, and condemn the actions of the Republican "moderates . . .

Liberals are Vietnaming us, and I'm sick of it!
Edward Daley
June 16, 2005

Remember when John F. Kerry testified before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations back in 1971? Just in case you forgot, or never knew about it in the . . .

Whose side are you on?
Edward Daley
June 13, 2005

I constantly hear liberals decry the policies of George W. Bush, using catch-phrases like "out of the mainstream" and "dangerously irresponsible" to describe . . .

Pig-face bags of rat guts
Edward Daley
May 31, 2005

A couple of weeks ago, Robert Blake was on CNN's 'Larry King Live' talking about his recent murder trial, and the manner in which he's been treated since his . . .

A few words from Chairman Dean
Edward Daley
May 23, 2005

On Sunday, May 22nd, 2005, Howard Dean was interviewed by Tim Russert on NBC's 'Meet The Press.' The following is a collection of Dean quotes taken from the . . .

In defense of patriotism
Edward Daley
May 12, 2005

The other day, I heard a liberal assert that patriotism is really just xenophobia wearing a happy face, and that people who wave the flag and shout "God bless . . .

Reaping what we've sown
Edward Daley
May 1, 2005

With gas prices higher than ever, and economists speculating that things are only going to get worse before they get better, it's not surprising that average . . .

Stalin would be proud of them
Edward Daley
April 21, 2005

What do most members of the Democratic National Committee, the American Bar Association and the American Civil Liberties Union have in common? They hate the . . .

Confusing political terms revisited
Edward Daley
April 16, 2005

In my previous article I asked if anyone could explain to me what a political moderate is, and within days of its publication I was swamped with answers to my . . .

Confusing political terms
Edward Daley
April 7, 2005

Can someone please explain to me what a moderate is, in political terms? Most Americans are able to agree on the general attributes of liberals and . . .

Paul Krugman is a petty, bigoted, cheap-shot artist
Edward Daley
March 30, 2005

Every once in a while I stumble across an opinion article that's so irrational, hate-filled and hypocritical that I feel compelled to comment on it, and New . . .

Our living, breathing Constitution
Edward Daley
March 24, 2005

Many judges these days like to refer to the Constitution of the United States as a "living, breathing document," implying that its text is designed to be . . .

Oh the humanity!
Edward Daley
March 13, 2005

Is there any doubt that there's something seriously wrong with a judicial process which leads to the prohibition of the care and feeding, by her own parents, of . . .

The march of freedom
Edward Daley
March 1, 2005

Paying close attention to the news these days might lead some people to believe that the Middle East is more chaotic and unpredictable than it has been in many . . .

Who will speak for you?
Edward Daley
February 17, 2005

A few weeks ago I was watching a program on C-Span pertaining to the impact of foreign court opinions upon the U.S. justice system. The primary participants in . . .

The raving, Bush-bashing, America-hating, loser left
Edward Daley
February 11, 2005

Well, it's been a depressing year for liberals so far, what with the steadily shrinking unemployment rate (down to 5.2%), the Dow at a three and a half year . . .

The Jennings mentality
Edward Daley
February 2, 2005

Do you consider all Americans of Italian descent to be affiliated with the mob, simply because they share the same heritage as the members of La Cosa Nostra? . . .

Bush's inaugural address -- in other words
Edward Daley
January 24, 2005

If you haven't heard the president's second inaugural speech, or at least read the transcribed version of it by now, chances are you're not very interested in . . .

It's time to privatize Social Security
Edward Daley
January 12, 2005

One of the most important political issues that will be debated this year is how to prevent the inevitable insolvency of our Social Security system. Although it . . .

Of advice and consent
Edward Daley
January 6, 2005

Article II, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution relates that "He [The President] shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make . . .

In no uncertain terms
Edward Daley
December 30, 2004

I'm getting damned tired of being made to feel like I have to defend the United States of America against accusations made by people from other countries who . . .

Leave Rummy alone!
Edward Daley
December 21, 2004

A good friend of mine once pointed out to me that the first thing liberals do, after someone commits a crime with a gun, is try to disarm everyone who didn't do . . .

Thank you ACLU
Edward Daley
December 9, 2004

Now that December has finally rolled around again, the time has come for all of us to take a few moments out of our busy, workaday lives and thank the American . . .

Bill's talking points
Edward Daley
November 29, 2004

I used to enjoy watching Bill O'Reilly on his primetime news/opinion program 'The O'Reilly Factor.' In spite of his somewhat pompous demeanor (now that I think . . .

Edward Daley
November 14, 2004

On November the 11th, 2004, Judith Miller of the New York Times wrote an article about the death of the infamous terrorist leader Yasser Arafat titled "Yasir . . .

From one conservative to all the rest
Edward Daley
November 3, 2004

Following the remarkable victory by Republicans over Democrats the other night in virtually every important respect, many of the people I've talked to on the . . .

A new low for liberals (Part II)
Edward Daley
October 30, 2004

The other day I wrote an article concerning the recent Al Qaqaa storage facility issue we've all been hearing so much about this week titled 'A New Low For . . .

A new low for liberals
Edward Daley
October 26, 2004

On Monday, October 25th, 2004, the New York Times printed a lengthy front page news story claiming that "380 tons of powerful conventional explosives" had . . .

All in the name of enfranchisement
Edward Daley
October 20, 2004

By now most Americans have heard that John Kerry plans to undertake a "preemptive" legal strike against Republicans during this election cycle. His . . .

The best laid plans of an absentee senator
Edward Daley
October 12, 2004

During the October 8 presidential debate in St. Louis, I noticed that John Kerry kept saying he has a "plan"; a plan for just about everything from saving . . .

Andy Rooney's loosening grip on reality
Edward Daley
October 4, 2004

Famed CBS commentator and leftist curmudgeon, Andy Rooney, has once again humiliated himself on national tv, and someone needs to tell him it's time to hang up . . .

John Kerry's can't-do attitude
Edward Daley
September 24, 2004

On September 23, 2004, Interim Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi addressed a joint session of the U.S. Congress. Below are some excerpts from that speech, and . . .

Edward Daley
September 14, 2004

The CBS television network, and Dan Rather in particular, are, if you'll pardon my use of the common military vernacular, in a world of s--t. As most everyone . . .

All the news that's fit to distort
Edward Daley
September 8, 2004

Now that the Democratic candidate for president has begun taking a beating in the polls, various members of the old Clinton election team, as well as most of . . .

To all you liberals out there
Edward Daley
September 1, 2004

Over the past few weeks, you folks have been trumpeting a charge directed at George W. Bush that he spent seven whole minutes continuing to read a story to a . . .

Here we go again!
Edward Daley
August 25, 2004

Before Bill Clinton was impeached back in 1998, liberals everywhere focused almost exclusively on his sexual affair with Monica Lewinsky, saying it was nobody's . . .

John Kerry is a scaredycat!
Edward Daley
August 17, 2004

John Kerry is a scaredycat. There's no better word to describe him at this point in time. How dare I write such a thing about a decorated war veteran? Well, the . . .

Turning a blind eye... and then closing the other
Edward Daley
August 5, 2004

The results of three polls published in the Washington Post and conducted on March 7th, May 23rd, and June 20th of this year, found that 61%, 61% and 55%  . . .

What Kerry said and what you need to know
Edward Daley
July 31, 2004

On Thursday the 29th of July, 2004, Senator John Forbes Kerry gave his acceptance speech before the Democratic National Convention at the Fleet Center in Boston . . .

At the old ball game
Edward Daley
July 26, 2004

Even with a couple of cheater's steps off the pitcher's rubber working in his favor, John F. Kerry, in front of a sold-out crowd at Fenway Park, couldn't . . .

The Kerry/Edwards healthcare solution
Edward Daley
July 20, 2004

John F. Kerry is a lawyer who complains that the healthcare system is too expensive, yet his running mate, another lawyer, has made his fortune suing doctors. . . .

A simple test
Edward Daley
July 9, 2004

I was going to write one of those "why the Kerry/Edwards ticket is wrong for America" articles this week, like so many of my conservative peers surely will in . . .

The war abroad and the war at home
Edward Daley
June 30, 2004

With the early handover of sovereignty by American forces to the new provisional government in Iraq, a tremendous landmark has been reached in our war against . . .

The growing tyranny of the judiciary
Edward Daley
June 17, 2004

The other day, Queens Superior Court Justice, Laura Blackburne, a notoriously anti-police judge, was reassigned to civil court for helping a robbery suspect, . . .

Edward Daley
June 7, 2004

Oh say do you recall his shining city on the hill Though strained and scarred by wickedness, that city stands here still A proud and grateful people watched . . .

The Normandy quagmire
Edward Daley
June 1, 2004

By I. N. Tanswer - June 9, 1944 Tuesday's invasion of the European continent by primarily American and British forces may go down in history as the biggest . . .

Senator Kerry to the rescue
Edward Daley
May 26, 2004

The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, John Kerry, once said "I would turn over to the U.N. legitimate authority for the civil reconstruction, for the . . .

Q: How many liberals does it take to screw in a light bulb?
Edward Daley
May 19, 2004

A: It doesn't matter because they'll still remain in the dark. Sound like a joke? Perhaps it is, but while conservatives may get a chuckle out of it, the . . .

More absurdity from the New York Times
Edward Daley
May 6, 2004

A New York Times editorial (http://www.nytimes.com/2004/05/05/opinion/05WED1.html) published on May 5th and titled 'The Torture Photos' begins with the . . .

An open letter to all pacifists
Edward Daley
April 26, 2004

George Orwell, the famous science fiction author of such books as 'Nineteen Eighty Four' and 'Animal Farm,' once wrote "Pacifism is objectively pro-fascist. . . .

The Left's unconscionable blame game
Edward Daley
April 14, 2004

During her appearance before the September 11 commission on April 8th, http://wid.ap.org/transcripts/rice.html Condoleezza Rice was asked by Commissioner Tim . . .

The president's biggest mistake
Edward Daley
April 7, 2004

I've spent a good deal of time thinking about the things George W. Bush has done during his three plus years in office that really bug me, and what the single . . .

The truth be known
Edward Daley
March 21, 2004

A recent MSNBC news story titled 'Hussein loyalists fade as factor in violence' states that foreign and Iraqi Islamic extremists (terrorists) are the dominant . . .

El ir wobbly en España
Edward Daley
March 16, 2004

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, the famous Spanish author of the book 'Don Quijote' (short title) once wrote "He who loses wealth loses much; he who loses a . . .

Irrational hatred and phony outrage
Edward Daley
March 7, 2004

Once again the forces of extreme liberalism, moral ambiguity and pacifism have banded together to create the illusion of indignation over something that our . . .

Mel's Passion
Edward Daley
February 26, 2004

When I woke up today I found myself suddenly motivated to comment on something which, of late, has been much on my mind, as well as the minds of millions of . . .

A dozen reasons why I'm a conservative
Edward Daley
February 11, 2004

Let me begin this article by stating that I am not a Republican. I am, however, a conservative. I embrace conservatism because that particular philosophy is . . .

Can I get a witness?
Edward Daley
February 4, 2004

I just can't let this one go. At first I was going to refrain from commenting further on the massive hypocrisy of Senator John Kerry, since so many other people . . .

The U.N. loving triad of toadies
Edward Daley
January 22, 2004

In September of 2002, while discussing President Bush's policy of preemption on the television program "Meet The Press," Howard Dean said, "Why do we have to do . . .

Don't push me Mr. Bush
Edward Daley
January 7, 2004

If you visit the White House's official web-site, click on the "National Security" link and then the "Immigration" link therein, you will find the following . . .

It's beginning to look a lot like X-mas
Edward Daley
December 24, 2003

Well, it's that time of year again... you know, the time when all Americans come together in the spirit of secularism to celebrate the ideals of non-spiritual, . . .

The liberal capitulation card replayed
Edward Daley
December 11, 2003

In a policy memo released several days ago, and available through the Pentagon's Project Management Office, Deputy Defense Secretary Wolfowitz stated that the U . . .

Don't turn on the "Central Air"
Edward Daley
December 3, 2003

Well, here we go again. The liberal elites have decided once more to try their sweaty hands at talk radio political punditry with the attempted creation of a . . .

No use for useful idiots
Edward Daley
November 20, 2003

Well, once again we hear the shrill, ear-piercing din of the anti-Bush crowd as they gather together to advance their faux "make peace, not war" agenda in the . . .

Daley v Democrats
Edward Daley
November 9, 2003

As most of us are now painfully aware, liberal legislators are routinely filibustering judicial nominees, supposedly because the views of those individuals are . . .

The last words of a great man
Edward Daley
October 30, 2003

My father, Master Sergeant Lawrence B. Daley, died last week at the age of 85. The last thing he said to me only a few days before he passed away, while he was . . .

It needs to be said
Edward Daley
October 1, 2003

Anyone who knows me understands that I abhor political correctness. It isn't hard for most people to figure out why I feel this way once they understand what . . .

Let's get a few things straight
Edward Daley
September 21, 2003

John Kerry, during the last Democratic presidential debate, said that President Bush "clearly didn't plan for the peace, and it's extraordinary. It's an act of . . .

We need to delay the presidential election indefinitely
Edward Daley
September 15, 2003

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Monday that the California recount election could not go forward as planned because six counties still use the . . .

The main problem with raising taxes on the "rich"
Edward Daley
September 5, 2003

Ok, so you're a single, working class Joe pulling down $20,000 a year at the age of 25. You're paying roughly a third of everything you make in taxes, from . . .

A few words about liberals
Edward Daley
August 28, 2003

Like most people who watch the nightly news, I've been following the story of Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore this week, and his struggle with higher . . .

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