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JR Dieckmann
JR Dieckmann is Editor, Publisher, Writer, and Webmaster of GreatAmericanJournal.com. He also works as an electrician in Los Angeles, Ca. He has been writing and publishing articles on the web since 2000. Permission for reprints and reposts of his articles are freely granted and approved by the author, provided credit is given to the writer and linked to the original source at GreatAmericanJournal.com. JR can be contacted at www.greatamericanjournal.com/contact.htm


Some want their freedom, some fear it
JR Dieckmann
January 24, 2011

The conflict between liberals and conservatives in America is an ideological one. When our Founders came to this continent, they created a country where all men . . .


Partisanship, finger pointing, and the Giffords shooting
JR Dieckmann
January 10, 2011

Partisan political attacks are all a part of the game, I suppose, but it has become much worse over the past couple of years since the nation has had to deal . . .


The U.S. government vs. the Constitution
JR Dieckmann
January 3, 2011

I have seen many articles since November 3 that make the point that this election was not a win for the Republican Party, but rather a win for the people. The . . .


Obamanomics has failed and we're stuck with the bill
JR Dieckmann
December 20, 2010

"If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in five years there'd be a shortage of sand." — Milton Friedman Obama and the . . .


Our country is fine, but the government is broken
JR Dieckmann
November 29, 2010

The problem we face is not a lack of good ideas to fix the economy, create jobs, and solve the problems facing our nation. The problem is that the current . . .


Straw men on the other side
JR Dieckmann
November 1, 2010

There can be little doubt that the election this year will be a referendum on public rejection of Obama's socialist, economic policies. The people who, because . . .


NASCAR turning hard left, and not just on the track
JR Dieckmann
October 25, 2010

First with Nascar's "Drive for Diversity" program, created in 2004, and now with the introduction of EC-15 biofuel in Nascar racing, the organization seems to . . .


And so it came to pass
JR Dieckmann
October 11, 2010

Once there was contentment in the land of America as people worked and prospered under the Bush. Everyone had work who wanted it, and profits were made in . . .


The lies and distortions just keep coming
JR Dieckmann
September 13, 2010

This most recent statement from the community organizer in the White House is just typical of the stream of lies and distortions that have been flowing from . . .


Islam is not a religion, it is foreign law
JR Dieckmann
September 1, 2010

The time has come to question if Islam is protected under our First Amendment rights to freedom of religion. Yes, everyone in America has the right to freedom . . .


Is Obama really a Muslim slave?
JR Dieckmann
August 24, 2010

In an ABC radio newsbreak a few days ago, the reporter reported briefly on the Pew survey that shows 18% think Obama is a Muslim. They then attempted to explain . . .


The enemy abroad and the enemy within, same result
JR Dieckmann
August 17, 2010

Where is our military when we need them? They are on the other side of the planet trying to win the hearts and minds of a people who hate us, and engaged in a . . .


Ground Zero mosque not about religious freedom
JR Dieckmann
August 16, 2010

Just as he did with the Arizona immigration law when he said that Arizona's 1070 "provides for racial profiling," the Babbler in Chief has missed the target . . .


Obama doesn't know what Independence Day is
JR Dieckmann
July 7, 2010

On July 4th, King Barack sent the following email to his subjects: This Fourth of July The Fourth of July is especially dear to my family. For us, it is . . .


Hidden dangers in the Gulf -- fact or fiction
JR Dieckmann
June 28, 2010

While the media have been focusing on the damage from the oil spill to the Gulf waters and coastline, they have been ignoring what could be an issue of far . . .


Oilgate could spell the end of Obama
JR Dieckmann
June 21, 2010

What is wrong with Obama? Did he actually go down to the gulf and try to suck up oil with a straw after saying he couldn't do it? You might think so by the way . . .


Barack Obama is Hugo Chavez on steroids
JR Dieckmann
June 6, 2010

"After 12 years in power and $960 billion in oil earnings, Venezuela's Hugo Chavez is down to stealing private swimming pools to bring the good life to . . .


The Sestak-Clinton smoke screen
JR Dieckmann
May 31, 2010

Last summer during an interview, Joe Sestak let it slip that he was offered a "high level position in the Obama administration" in exchange for dropping out of . . .


A shout-out for Arizona
JR Dieckmann
May 24, 2010

The Arizona immigration law has really brought to the public attention which side of legal immigration, and the Constitution, our public leaders are on. While . . .


Is the universe full of water?
JR Dieckmann
May 12, 2010

And God said, "Let there be a firmament between the waters to separate water from water." So God made the firmament and separated the water under the firmament . . .


Was the BP oil platform explosion an accident, or...?
JR Dieckmann
May 3, 2010

Maybe it's just me, but I find the devastating explosion of a BP oil rig, and resulting oil spill, in the Gulf of Mexico at this particular time somewhat . . .


Obama: authority or authoritarian
JR Dieckmann
April 12, 2010

Rarely does a day go by that we don't see the community organizer in front of a camera pretending to be an authority on something. His mindless and childish . . .


The showdown that sinks the Obama ship
JR Dieckmann
March 22, 2010

Obamacare passed the House on Sunday night by a vote of 219 to 212. Obama was becoming so desperate to get his healthcare proposal passed that he was telling . . .


Obama: serving ambitions, not citizens
JR Dieckmann
March 12, 2010

This recession isn't going to end as long as Obama is in office. The recession is an essential part of the "Progressive" plan to transform the foundation of the . . .


Has Toyota been a victim of sabotage?
JR Dieckmann
March 1, 2010

Sabotage surely seems like a possibility in Toyota's unexpected acceleration problem. It would be hard to deny that there is plenty of motive for such a . . .


The future of NASA and a "moon shot" at the economy
JR Dieckmann
February 16, 2010

One of the victims of Obama's miniscule cuts to his multi-trillion dollar budget is NASA's Constellation program. NASA had big plans to go back to the moon and . . .


The evolution of Marxism in America
JR Dieckmann
January 31, 2010

A people can remain free and self governing only for as long as they are educated and informed, and are willing to accept personal responsibility for their own . . .


Hope and change comes to Haiti
JR Dieckmann
January 17, 2010

"Never let a crisis go to waste. It's an opportunity to do things you couldn't ordinarily do" Rahm Emanuel. The Earthquake in Haiti has presented this . . .


Who commands Obama?
JR Dieckmann
January 10, 2010

In August of 2008, I wrote about The Senate Mentality of John McCain, who was then the Republican candidate for president. In response to this article, I found . . .


Closing Gitmo, the terrorists' paradise of the West
JR Dieckmann
January 4, 2010

The synthetic president, Obama, never passes up an opportunity to blame President Bush for the failures of the Obama administration. Whether it's the recession, . . .


The greatest hoax since the Piltdown Man
JR Dieckmann
December 20, 2009

Every member of Congress has sworn an oath to protect and defend the Constitution. I'm pretty sure they have now replaced that oath with a new oath to protect . . .


Liberalitis: the reckless spending and despotic disease in Washington
JR Dieckmann
December 13, 2009

In less than one year, we are seeing our country go from a nation of laws to a nation of men. Obama, a community organizer, with his regime in Congress, is the . . .


Holding Congress accountable with a constitutional panel
JR Dieckmann
December 7, 2009

When congress was established by the Constitution in 1776, it was expected that responsible and honorable men would be elected to serve their country in the . . .


How many lies is enough?
JR Dieckmann
November 24, 2009

"I don't think it will be offensive at all when he's convicted and when the death penalty is applied to him." Barack Obama When questioned later on being . . .


The U.S. Constitution 2.0, the Obama rewrite
JR Dieckmann
November 16, 2009

The Obama Administration is developing a new socialist constitution for America to replace the original Constitution written by our Founders. Every single one . . .


Obama's "status quo" has become the status quo
JR Dieckmann
October 18, 2009

In his weekly radio address this week, the Obama child again accused health insurance companies of "dishonest and misleading advertising" because they disagree . . .


Healthcare is making me sick
JR Dieckmann
October 4, 2009

Had enough of this nation's obsession with health lately? Are you tired of seeing actors playing sick people on TV constantly complaining about their aches and . . .


Doomsday is coming to America
JR Dieckmann
September 28, 2009

In light of disclosure of Iran's latest secret nuclear facility, Obama again repeated his call for "a world without nuclear weapons" at the U.N. G-20 summit . . .


Embracing racism
JR Dieckmann
September 21, 2009

Am I a racist? I never thought so. But lately, those on the left have been redefining racism, just as they have been redefining our Constitution and American . . .


Healthcare is just one battle in our war for survival
JR Dieckmann
August 31, 2009

When a driver is too much of a risk for the insurance companies to accept, we have a plan called "assigned risk" where the insurance commission assigns the . . .


Obamacare vs. America
JR Dieckmann
August 19, 2009

I think most Americans don't want any more "help" from this government. How about giving the free market a chance while we still have some of it left? Obama and . . .


Has American independence come full circle on the 4th of July?
JR Dieckmann
July 4, 2009

For 232 years, Americans have celebrated our freedom and independence from oppressive rule and restrictive control over our lives on the 4th of July. I now fear . . .


A cancer in the Capitol is killing us
JR Dieckmann
June 24, 2009

There is a rapidly growing cancer in the nation's capitol, a disease called progressive socialism which comes from repeated exposure to Marxism and Communism, . . .


Obama, the game show host
JR Dieckmann
June 22, 2009

Again last week, Obama had shown that he just can't stay away from the cameras and instant gratification of a live audience or forum. Of course his work in the . . .


Will Obama take over the internet?
JR Dieckmann
June 3, 2009

Obama announced on Friday, the creation of a new "Cyber-security Czar" to oversee Internet security. We all can agree that Internet security is important to . . .


Another knee-jerk reaction to North Korea
JR Dieckmann
June 1, 2009

So, I hear North Korea claims to have tested another quasi-nuke while launching a half dozen Flash Gordon rockets over the past week or two. How does America . . .


Conservatives and the future of the Republican Party
JR Dieckmann
May 19, 2009

The United States was founded on the constitutional principles of freedom and liberty, limited government, low taxes, and personal responsibility. These things . . .


Analyzing the analysis: DHS's right wing extremists report
JR Dieckmann
April 19, 2009

The recent DHS report entitled: "Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment" has nothing . . .


Misguided priorities and misdirected outrage: Obama's war on prosperity
JR Dieckmann
March 22, 2009

As President Ronald Reagan famously said: "Government is not the solution to the problem. Government is the problem." This was never more evident than in the . . .


The hypocrite who hijacked Air Force 1
JR Dieckmann
March 1, 2009

Like all dishonest politicians, Barack Obama consistently talks out of both sides of his mouth as he attempts to pander to both the left and the right. What he . . .


Acting President Obama wants communism in America
JR Dieckmann
February 22, 2009

Hundreds of billions of dollars are now set to flow into left wing liberal and environmental programs from the Government Stingallus (sting-all-us) Bill. But . . .


The new dictator in Washington will change America
JR Dieckmann
January 28, 2009

The Democrats' answer to government overspending and overextended credit is more overspending and overextended credit. Obama now wants another trillion dollars . . .


Letter of resignation to the RNC; I quit!
JR Dieckmann
January 18, 2009

After wrestling with this decision for two years now, I have resigned from the Republican party. The party no longer represents my values and I see no hope for . . .


People of Gaza, you got what you voted for -- stop complaining
JR Dieckmann
January 4, 2009

Palestinians in Gaza voted for Hamas, and now they are getting exactly what they voted for: A terrorist regime, provoking war with Israel, suicide bombers, . . .


Israel gets slammed again for defending itself
JR Dieckmann
December 29, 2008

In a world view increasingly dominated by Islamic and socialist propaganda, reaction to the latest Israeli-Hamas conflict would be almost funny if it weren't so . . .


Obama's "stimulus package" is a huge slab of pork
JR Dieckmann
December 15, 2008

Obama's public works "stimulus package" is a huge slab of pork. It assures that plenty of federal funds will be available to state union workers for funding . . .


Why the media blackout on Obama's citizenship
JR Dieckmann
December 9, 2008

It seems that everyone today is asking why there is no media coverage of the many legal challenges to Obama's eligibility to become president, based upon many . . .


Public perception worked for communism too
JR Dieckmann
November 29, 2008

During the Soviet Empire, communists employed the tactics of public perception to control the thinking of the Russian people with propaganda distributed through . . .


The rush to socialism
JR Dieckmann
November 10, 2008

John McCain didn't just lose the election, he butchered it. This had to be the worst run campaign ever in the history of the United States of America. McCain, . . .


We can win the election, it's up to you
JR Dieckmann
October 31, 2008

I'm not kidding. We have victory within our grasp. And all you have to do to assure a Republican victory is show up to vote. This election is too important to . . .


Blindly we go -- down the path of socialism
JR Dieckmann
October 21, 2008

When Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher, commonly known as "Joe the plumber," asked Barack Obama about his tax plan for small businesses, the Democrat candidate spilled . . .


McCain keeps missing the ball
JR Dieckmann
October 14, 2008

A lot of campaign and media attention is being focused lately on Barack Obama's association with Bill Ayres, but it seems that both McCain and the media are . . .


Bush bailout derails Democrat election tactic
JR Dieckmann
October 6, 2008

Why did so many Republicans vote for a socialist bailout bill that goes against everything Republicans have always stood for? More to the point, why did . . .


Has America lost its mind, or just its Constitution?
JR Dieckmann
October 1, 2008

Would you want to trust your life savings to a group of people who can't even manage their own budget? Would you trust your investments to a stock broker who . . .


Abolishing the American dream
JR Dieckmann
September 15, 2008

In his interview with Bill O'Reilly, Barack Obama talked extensively, but in stealth terms, of his socialist plans to redistribute the wealth. To O'Reilly's . . .


Barack Obama meets Horatio Bunce
JR Dieckmann
September 6, 2008

It was a fine sunny day for ride in the Tennessee countryside, as Barack Obama was out on the campaign trail engaged in his primary occupation as a political . . .


Sarah Palin, McCain's ticket to victory
JR Dieckmann
August 31, 2008

Rather than showing up at the polls just to vote against Obama, conservatives now have a reason to support the Republican ticket not just a reason, but a good . . .


U.S. helpless to help Georgia?
JR Dieckmann
August 20, 2008

Why is the American left not reacting to the Russian invasion of Georgia in the same way that they reacted to the American invasion of Iraq? Where are the . . .


For the general welfare of the country
JR Dieckmann
August 18, 2008

For far too long, Congress has been violating the Constitution by passing legislation that gives them powers that were never authorized by the Constitution. In . . .


We need to end our phone addiction!
JR Dieckmann
August 10, 2008

Ridiculous, you say? Is it really any more ridiculous than the statement "We need to end our oil addiction?" Just look at the hazards being created by . . .


The Senate mentality of John McCain
JR Dieckmann
August 3, 2008

John McCain just doesn't seem to get it. Barack Obama is the embodiment of everything that is wrong with the Democrat party. McCain is the embodiment of . . .


The impeachment hearing that wasn't
JR Dieckmann
July 28, 2008

What would you call it when a group of Bush hating, hallucinating, antiwar liberals get together for an antiwar, Bush bashing party on the taxpayers' dime? . . .


Signs of intelligent life discovered in Washington
JR Dieckmann
July 20, 2008

A funny thing happened on the way to Pelosi's House the other day. A handful of Democrats and Republican House members took a detour and found themselves in a . . .


The AP steps in its own excrement
JR Dieckmann
July 15, 2008

In an Associated Press article released July 6, Joseph Murphy informs us that the final shipment of Saddam's 550 metric tons of yellowcake uranium has arrived . . .


From oil to Armageddon
JR Dieckmann
July 7, 2008

What if oil prices continue to rise with no end in sight? Even now with gas at $4.50 a gallon on the west coast, it's becoming difficult for many people to fill . . .


The irrationality of Demofuel
JR Dieckmann
July 1, 2008

If you think that the high price of gas today is the fault of President Bush, and not due to the obstruction by Democrats of petroleum development over the past . . .


CNN and O'Reilly are distorting the energy issue
JR Dieckmann
June 24, 2008

After paying $65.00 to put 14 gallons of gas in my car the other day, I came home and sat down to watch "The O'Reilly Factor" on Fox News. I no longer watch the . . .


The anti-energy policy, how stupid is that?
JR Dieckmann
June 17, 2008

The Democrat anti-oil agenda has to backfire on them sooner or later. The people hardest hit by high gas prices are the very same people the Democrats pretend . . .


Clinton suspends campaign, but not her socialism
JR Dieckmann
June 8, 2008

The founders promised us "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" through individual freedom, initiative, incentive, and responsibility, not through . . .


The redistribution of liberty
JR Dieckmann
June 2, 2008

Just after 8:00 AM Friday morning in New York, a construction crane toppled from its 200 foot tower, crushed a portion of the penthouse across the street, and . . .


Pointing fingers in the wrong direction
JR Dieckmann
May 28, 2008

In typical congressional fashion, Senate Democrats have tried to shift the blame for high gas prices from themselves and others, to the oil company executives. . . .


An early October surprise
JR Dieckmann
May 13, 2008

Is it any coincidence that in this year of 2008 we face perhaps the most important presidential elections in our history, and in the same year, a doubling of . . .


Nothing to offer, nothing left to say
JR Dieckmann
May 6, 2008

For the past 3 days I have been trying to come up with a topic to write about this week, but I keep coming up with the same answer nothing. Which . . .


Scaring the public back into the stone age
JR Dieckmann
April 28, 2008

On the eve of Halloween, October 30, 1938, Orson Wells and his Mercury Theater On The Air scared the pants off of tens of thousands of radio listeners with his . . .


McCain leading America off a cliff
JR Dieckmann
April 13, 2008

John McCain made a daring and dangerous venture into the world of Femilibs Thursday morning when he wandered onto the stage of ABC's "The View." Of course I . . .


How politicians are stealing your money
JR Dieckmann
April 8, 2008

Did you know that the House of Pelosi just voted in favor of spending $50 billion of your money on AIDS patients in Africa? That's right. In a vote of 308 to 11 . . .


Patches won't save a sinking ship
JR Dieckmann
March 30, 2008

How would you feel about working for a company which issued the following mandate? "To All Employees, "Due to foreign competition, we find that our sales . . .


Devious media cover-up in passport security breach
JR Dieckmann
March 23, 2008

The State Department has fired two contract employees and disciplined a third for inappropriately looking at presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama's passport . . .


Gore, I mean Obama: "The debate is over"
JR Dieckmann
March 21, 2008

When Barack Obama gave his Jeremiah Wright speech on Tuesday morning, it was thought that he would explain his relationship with the Reverend Wright and the . . .


Obama's cat is out of the bag
JR Dieckmann
March 18, 2008

By now, I'm sure you are familiar with the controversy over statements made by Barack Obama's pastor at the Trinity United Church of Christ, so I'm not going to . . .


Global warming is just an excuse
JR Dieckmann
March 17, 2008

Motivation behind global warming activism has never been about concern for the planet or life on Earth. Aside from using the evidence of a one degree rise in . . .


It's getting cold, but some say it's still too warm
JR Dieckmann
March 3, 2008

While politicians on the left are telling us that global warming is threatening to destroy our planet and we need to take affirmative action to stop it by . . .


Obama changed my mind about McCain
JR Dieckmann
February 24, 2008

On Tuesday night, Feb. 19, 2008, Barack Obama let the cat out of the bag for the first time, when he gave a 45 minute, off the cuff speech after his victory in . . .


The last straw, or, the final nail in the coffin
JR Dieckmann
February 10, 2008

When the primary elections began, John McCain was at the bottom of the list of those favored to become president. Then, almost overnight, one of the most . . .


Heading into the final stretch
JR Dieckmann
February 4, 2008

So far, just about everything has gone wrong for conservatives in this election. So what more can happen to further damage the conservative cause? It's . . .


Disenfranchised conservatives, stolen elections
JR Dieckmann
January 24, 2008

The 2008 primary election process has clearly been unfair to conservative candidates, and here's why. Several liberal and moderate/independent states chose to . . .


Power trumps political ideology
JR Dieckmann
January 23, 2008

The Republican party leaders don't care about conservative values. The party leadership cares only about power and getting their party elected at any cost. Of . . .


Is conservatism dead?
JR Dieckmann
January 22, 2008

Is conservatism dead in America? It would seem so, or at least it has shrunk to a no longer viable political ideology. There was a time when the Republican . . .


Which is broken, the government or the people?
JR Dieckmann
January 14, 2008

This is starting out to be a most interesting election year. While Republican candidates are telling us that government is broken and the people need to fix it, . . .


Political change or just pocket change?
JR Dieckmann
January 6, 2008

Democrats are calling for "change," but isn't that the same line we here in every election campaign? Don't they like the security and prosperity we've been . . .


The battle of the light bulbs
JR Dieckmann
January 3, 2008

Since the passage of the new energy bill in Congress, there has been a lot of confusion and a lot of misinformation about the Compact Florescent Lamp or "CFL." . . .


Democrats are pro war
JR Dieckmann
January 1, 2008

Absolutely they are. The problem is, they have chosen the wrong enemies. Instead of supporting war against Islamofascism, crime, and socialism in America, they . . .


Dem leadership on display -- not a pretty picture
JR Dieckmann
December 28, 2007

The first year of Democrat congressional leadership in 15 years has ended not with a bang but a thud. Reid and Pelosi spent the entire year trying to show their . . .


What has Pelosi been smoking?
JR Dieckmann
December 17, 2007

In all her frustration of not being able to force the Code Pink, antiwar agenda on the House of Representatives as well as pass bills to raise taxes and . . .


Thompson rejects liberal debate questions
JR Dieckmann
December 13, 2007

Republican candidates are fed up with debate questions posed by liberals. This became clear on Wednesday when Carolyn Washburn, editor of The Des Moines . . .


Teddy bears, torture, and the high ground
JR Dieckmann
December 10, 2007

Last week, British school teacher Gillian Gibbons was pardoned and released from jail by Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir with notice that her visa was . . .


Standard TV to become obsolete
JR Dieckmann
November 23, 2007

On February 17, 2009 your standard TV will go blank. That is if you have not prepared for the conversion to digital TV and are still using an antenna to . . .


"With freedom and liberty for all"?
JR Dieckmann
November 22, 2007

Look not to government to make your life better. Look to yourself to take advantage of the opportunities this great country provides. That is the message that . . .


The liberal contradiction -- their own worst enemy
JR Dieckmann
November 5, 2007

Remember back in the sixties where modern American liberalism got its start? They were the days of Woodstock in New York and Woodstock West in Los Angeles, . . .


Wildfires, bureaucrats, and media hype
JR Dieckmann
October 27, 2007

As I sit here and look out toward the Santa Monica Mountains, I can barely see the tall buildings 2 miles away in Westwood which are now mostly obscured by . . .


What's on TV? Oh, it's Mrs. Clinton again
JR Dieckmann
October 21, 2007

As I was switching around to the various news channels this morning, it occurred to me how much leftist propaganda we are being subjected to constantly on our . . .


Fixing the healthcare problem
JR Dieckmann
October 14, 2007

Democrats and some Republicans seem to be trying to make government-run healthcare the major issue for voters to consider in the coming elections. The only real . . .


Rush to get Limbaugh off the air
JR Dieckmann
October 10, 2007

The election year is coming soon and Democrats know that Rush Limbaugh is perhaps the biggest threat to their political success in November, 2008. Why is . . .


Universities are for scholars, not thugs
JR Dieckmann
September 22, 2007

Universities are for scholars, not dictators and thugs. So why is Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadi-Nejad being permitted to speak at Columbia University? . . .


Suspension of belief
JR Dieckmann
September 16, 2007

How many times have we heard that "we shouldn't be in Iraq but rather our efforts should be concentrated in Afghanistan on the people who attacked us on 911?" . . .


Investigating Congress
JR Dieckmann
September 10, 2007

The only investigation needed, but will never see the light of day, is an investigation into the motives and agenda of the 110th Congress. Who is this 110th . . .


SPP or NWO, that is the question
JR Dieckmann
August 27, 2007

Why would a semi-conservative Republican president support and participate in a program created by left wing, global socialists? Did Papa take George W. out . . .


Is foreign aid contributing to world poverty?
JR Dieckmann
August 23, 2007

We have all seen close up how welfare handouts from the U.S. Treasury maintain a poverty level income for those who refuse to or are unable to work. The . . .


Morlocks and Eloy
JR Dieckmann
August 10, 2007

In the 1960 production of H. G. Wells, The Time Machine, George Pal gave us a glimpse of life in the far distant future. As Rod Taylor's character, George, . . .


The Department of Peaceful Illusions
JR Dieckmann
August 8, 2007

The first time I heard of Dennis Kucinich's campaign slogan, "Strength Through Peace," was last week during the CNN/YouTube Democrat debate. At first it was . . .


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