Kaye Grogan column
Kaye Grogan is a freelance writer who lives in Virginia. She writes, produces, and hosts a daily commentary called "Viewpoint" on her local radio station. She has written op-eds and articles for the Daily Republican newspaper. She also writes editorials for online newspapers and local papers.

Kaye has many published poems, one published book, and has been featured in a popular woman's national magazine. She is currently working on two books for children. Her hobbies include photography and she has won photo contests all over the world.

Like it or not . . . 9/11 is forever a part of history
Kaye Grogan
September 11, 2007

Unfortunately, many people are insensitive and wrapped up selfishly in their own little socialite cocoons, assuming they deserve immunity from the hardships of . . .

Scandals and national security . . . don't mix
Kaye Grogan
September 4, 2007

What we desperately need in our leaders are "godly" men. Not just in name only, but in actions. Every time you turn around, another scandal rocks Washington, . . .

Smoking mirrors . . . or a real firestorm?
Kaye Grogan
July 27, 2007

Smoking mirrors or a real firestorm brewing? Every time the undercover plot of a North American Union surfaces those-involved grab their "fanning the flames" . . .

Freddy Krueger on steroids type of amnesty bill . . . suffers defeat
Kaye Grogan
June 29, 2007

Now that the Freddy Krueger on steroids type of amnesty immigration bill has suffered defeat (at least for now) the president needs to concentrate on securing . . .

Don't resurrect the amnesty bill
Kaye Grogan
June 13, 2007

The last priority on our list should be for congress to pass a new comprehensive immigration bill to secure our borders. What we desperately need instead are . . .

Give half of Congress pink slips
Kaye Grogan
June 8, 2007

Unduly some things never change. Take for instance the "rhetoric" in congress. More than 80 percent of Americans are opposed to the road to amnesty for a bunch . . .

Amnesty bill...a disaster in progress
Kaye Grogan
May 22, 2007

While everyone is running around like chickens with their heads cut off, sending "say no to amnesty" faxes to their representatives, the only way to stop the . . .

Imus dribbled the ball . . . in the wrong court
Kaye Grogan
April 15, 2007

The furor over the insult Don Imus directed at the young ladies on the Rutgers basketball team really has opened up a large can of worms. Let me say up front . . .

Pass the campaign offering plate . . . please!
Kaye Grogan
April 6, 2007

There is one sure-fire way to become an instant millionaire. Just run or appear to be running for a political office. Candidates run and candidates lose, but . . .

Get out your shark gear . . . Mr. Attorney General
Kaye Grogan
March 16, 2007

Here we go again with the same old double standards! The Clinton Administration rapidly fired all 93 U.S. Attorneys when the former president first took office  . . .

Americans . . . self-destructing
Kaye Grogan
March 2, 2007

America is still beautiful with her mountains, lakes, etc. But alas! ... many of the people are destroying themselves, and are grossly misled assuming they are . . .

President Hillary Clinton? ...Lord help us!
Kaye Grogan
February 1, 2007

One of the most crucial presidential elections of our era will take place in 2008. And the very thought of a Democrat, especially with the last name Clinton . . .

War on children in America. . .more dangerous than Iraqi war
Kaye Grogan
January 16, 2007

Let's forget about the Iraqi war for a few minutes and concentrate on the sexual war here in America that has targeted our children as innocent victims.  . . .

True meaning of Christmas under fire
Kaye Grogan
December 22, 2006

Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the King, behold, there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem saying, "Where is he that is . . .

Merry Christmas to you too . . . ACLU!
Kaye Grogan
December 16, 2006

There has been and always will be people who try to dispel the true meaning of Christmas. Here is a perfect example: There may have been more than three wise . . .

You're invited . . . to the hypothetical baptism of Congress
Kaye Grogan
November 16, 2006

Since Nancy Pelosi has promised the American people to head the most ethical congress in America's history can we expect an invitation to gather around the . . .

The voters sent in the clowns
Kaye Grogan
November 9, 2006

By now the leftover champagne of victory is stale and the winners are actually losers. Contrary to what a mass of liberal ideologues might be smoking in their . . .

Extra! Extra! ...read all about the November surprise!
Kaye Grogan
November 5, 2006

Time and time again bogus polls have been the downfall of the Democrats. Yes, high percentage numbers while misleading looks good statistically on paper. But . . .

Window of opportunity? . . .quick close it!
Kaye Grogan
October 19, 2006

Are you getting mired down from the annoying propaganda of the political analysts who think they have a cutting edge on reading the minds of the voters as they . . .

The comeback kid . . . has his own "made for TV" mini-series
Kaye Grogan
September 9, 2006

The Democrats always want you to believe that they are straight-shooters unless of course the pistol is aimed at them, then they want those who couldn't hit . . .

Give me that "old time religion" . . . Republicans
Kaye Grogan
September 1, 2006

Recent polls are indicating that the Republican Party is going to have to get back to "give me that old time religion" platform or suffer the consequences . . .

Republicans wasting away in margaritaville . . . and Mexican border
Kaye Grogan
August 26, 2006

The American people are sick and tried of being promised a bunch of futile and useless pipeline dreams especially when it comes to reforming the illegal . . .

Twice burned never learned = Democrats
Kaye Grogan
August 9, 2006

Now that Senator Joe Lieberman has been ousted from the Democratic Party, he is a shoe-in as an Independent new Democrat. Heaven knows the Democrats don't have . . .

America needs rescuing . . . from Catch-22 bureaucracy
Kaye Grogan
August 5, 2006

It is downright scary the mess our government is in right now. I believe there has always been, and will always be corruption in government. But the corruption . . .

Wanted: "A more productive Congress"
Kaye Grogan
August 1, 2006

Here lately it is downright painful to read or hear about the results of how our congressional members are voting on key issues in the house and senate chambers . . .

Who are the real losers?. . .get in line
Kaye Grogan
July 7, 2006

There are some people who just don't know how to lose gracefully. Just because many think they are God's gift to the world, does not mean everybody else is in . . .

Missing . . . one more true American in the Senate
Kaye Grogan
June 28, 2006

If you want to know just how messed up many Americans are just listen to the open call-in phone segment on C-Span every morning beginning at seven. One of the . . .

Watch out for those cliffhangers!
Kaye Grogan
June 14, 2006

Most Americans would practically still be in the stone age era or having to rely on smoke signals for information, if news sites like WorldNet Daily, Newsmax, . . .

Politicians . . . practice what the immigration laws of Mexico preach
Kaye Grogan
June 5, 2006

So, the Democrats are foolishly eyeing regaining power in both the House, Senate (in 2006), and the presidency in 2008? The truth of the matter is: Americans . . .

Tithes are tax exempt . . . so pass the offering plate!
Kaye Grogan
May 27, 2006

Evidently, when Howard Dean chairman of the Democratic party goes on record attacking churches for being involved in politics, he is conveniently forgetting . . .

Speak English . . . or else!
Kaye Grogan
May 20, 2006

Okay it's official I hope! It has taken 200 plus years for English to become America's official language. Maybe we missed something here. Did another boat . . .

Oh say can you see . . . America is becoming Mexico
Kaye Grogan
April 30, 2006

If you are a born American you don't have the right to be offended. Now if you are from another country, especially if you are in America illegally, then you . . .

Just where the heck . . . is the back of the line?
Kaye Grogan
April 12, 2006

What kind of lousy fence do we have built alongside the border anyway? The pictures I've seen of the fence and on television, reminds me of something made out . . .

An open letter to the President of the United States
Kaye Grogan
April 3, 2006

Dear Honorable President Bush: It is obvious that the illegal immigration problem is getting totally out-of-hand. The first mistake centers around the . . .

Prisoners would make excellent crop harvesters
Kaye Grogan
March 31, 2006

Let me say a big AMEN! . . . to Rep. Dana Rohrabacher of California, for suggesting that prisoners pick the crops in the United States. This is an excellent . . .

Americans vote too . . . ya know!
Kaye Grogan
March 28, 2006

Our government has become so transparent even a fake crystal ball gazer can read what their next step is going to be. While they sat back (in spa rooms) this . . .

Two words for Democrats . . . GET REAL!
Kaye Grogan
March 25, 2006

For whatever reason, many Americans are in denial that Saddam Hussein may have been involved with helping to orchestrate the 9/11 attack. I am sure when Hussein . . .

Maybe it's time for separation of school and sex?
Kaye Grogan
March 15, 2006

Is there a movement on to desensitize your children to sexual misconduct? And who is behind flooding school libraries with obscene reading material? Well, . . .

Computer character assassination . . . freedom of speech or libelous?
Kaye Grogan
March 10, 2006

The 212th legislature Assembly # 1327 sponsored by Assemblyman Peter J. Biondi to hold Internet providers responsible for content in New Jersey should set the  . . .

Abortion clinics . . . on the way out?
Kaye Grogan
February 24, 2006

You know what? I wouldn't cry one single tear if every abortion clinic in the world was shut down. But I can tell you that I have probably cried at least 47 . . .

What's next . . . surrendering our flag?
Kaye Grogan
February 17, 2006

I think it is way past time some heads in Washington went to the shrink's office and laid down on the long black couch. To even consider allowing a company . . .

Super Bowl snub. . . oversight or over slight?
Kaye Grogan
February 9, 2006

Shame on the Super Bowl coordinators for lining up several notables to be recognized just before the National Anthem Sunday, but failing to mention our troops . . .

Write-in ballots . . . could end two-party dominance
Kaye Grogan
February 2, 2006

There is a way to beat the two-party political system. If all conservatives would rise up, and write-in Judge Roy Moore or James Dobson for president in 2008, . . .

Judges in--judges out . . . lock the door behind them!
Kaye Grogan
January 27, 2006

Senator John Kerry is trying for one last "hurrah" using Judge Samuel A. Alito as his whipping post calling for a filibuster. Where were you Mr. Kerry when . . .

Protestors. . . missing in action
Kaye Grogan
January 17, 2006

You want to talk about the lives lost in Iraq? Well, I want to talk about the lives lost right here in America. Did any of you anti-war protestors march against . . .

Where art thou . . . liberal news media?
Kaye Grogan
January 10, 2006

For those who think the Jack Abramoff money laundering scandal involves only the Republicans think again! Boy, those old kettles the Democrats have been . . .

Clemency makes a mockery of the judicial process
Kaye Grogan
January 6, 2006

People on death row denied mercy to those they killed, so why should they be granted clemency years after the fact? Death row inmates have had years (at the . . .

So what else is new . . . about eavesdropping?
Kaye Grogan
December 29, 2005

The government has been eavesdropping on the American people for years. So what else is new? Naturally, the liberal news media gave it their best shot to try . . .

Just who are our enemies?
Kaye Grogan
December 10, 2005

Is the liberal news media aiding and abetting the enemy? Well, let's put it this way: they are informants alerting the enemies of the United States just how . . .

On NOTICE . . . Christmas spirit alive and well
Kaye Grogan
December 6, 2005

Try as they might the Christmas foes cannot suppress the true meaning or spirit of Christmas. It can't be seen, but it sure can be felt. Wait a minute . . . . . .

Freedom of speech and expression . . . most abused rights
Kaye Grogan
November 29, 2005

Freedom of speech is perhaps one of the most abused freedoms we have. From profanity to nudity these moral destroyers are acceptable and protected, and yet the . . .

Bah-humbug . . . retailers!
Kaye Grogan
November 23, 2005

The anti-Christmas groups are gearing up again to oppose the display of nativity scenes in public and the singing of Christmas Carols. And not to be outdone  . . .

Left PUNCH ... now right PUNCH Mr. President!
Kaye Grogan
November 15, 2005

Well, Mr. President now that you've thrown a left punch at the liberal Democrats for blatantly challenging your reasons for the Iraqi invasion, it's time to . . .

Plamegate . . . fact or fiction?
Kaye Grogan
November 9, 2005

The Democrats can't beat the Republicans at the polls, so they want them all to apologize and resign. Poor Karl Rove hasn't been indicted in the Flame Plamegate . . .

Unveiling of the ACLU . . . has finally arrived
Kaye Grogan
November 1, 2005

Don't you think it's time the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) proves beyond a bunch of rhetoric that saying "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance is an . . .

Border control is simplistic . . . so just do it!
Kaye Grogan
October 21, 2005

There is a simple way to control the borders. Just put 100,000 volts of electricity on the fence the illegal immigrants use to climb over into America. But . . .

Is Dick Morris trying to make history?
Kaye Grogan
October 19, 2005

Fox News political analyst Dick Morris is dreaming, if he insists that the current Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is the only one who can beat Hillary . . .

Qualifications for U.S. Supreme Court nominees . . . secondary to Democrats
Kaye Grogan
October 10, 2005

If President Bush picked Jesus Christ for the U.S. Supreme Court, the liberals would crucify him again. It is obvious no matter who the president selects to . . .

Gas gouging...creating piggy bank era
Kaye Grogan
October 7, 2005

Even during hard times some industries are of the notion that they still have the right to make huge profits, irregardless of the state of the economy or the . . .

The worst presidential candidates . . . candidate one
Kaye Grogan
September 27, 2005

I can tell you I am not the least bit impressed with some of the names on the presidential roster for the Democratic nomination for 2008. In fact, the first . . .

President Bush . . . the fall guy
Kaye Grogan
September 21, 2005

Sooner or later people need to realize if they keep building homes in high risk areas, they are not putting too much value on their lives or the lives of their . . .

Meet big bad John of America
Kaye Grogan
September 14, 2005

I have come to the conclusion governmental employees need to work on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Good Friday. Why shouldn't the mail run on these days? After . . .

Send in the clowns
Kaye Grogan
September 12, 2005

Well, well . . . the three ring circus is about to begin featuring Judge John Roberts, and the Judiciary Committee. So without further ado: "Send in the Clowns. . . .

President Bush . . . alias mother nature
Kaye Grogan
September 7, 2005

As the convoys of the U.S. National Guard arrived in New Orleans, their first priority was to try and restore civility, law and order, before they could begin . . .

Disenfranchised voters . . . or propaganda puppets?
Kaye Grogan
August 30, 2005

Why on earth would a voter feel intimidated or disenfranchised if they have to show an Identification card before voting? If they are who they say they are, and . . .

Without liberals . . . the world couldn't rotate
Kaye Grogan
August 27, 2005

There are two sets of rules: one for liberals and one for conservatives. For some odd reason, liberals are convinced that the world cannot turn on its axis, . . .

If you don't want your children to grow up to be heroes . . .
Kaye Grogan
August 20, 2005

If a liberal drove through a "pothole" it would be President Bush's fault! Before you know it, the parents of sons and daughters who lay their lives on the line . . .

We no speak English
Kaye Grogan
August 10, 2005

Have you ever wondered why English is not the official language in America? After 200 plus years of English being the predominantly spoken language what else . . .

Write in James Dobson for President . . . in 2008
Kaye Grogan
August 4, 2005

Of course Hillary Clinton is the favorite Democratic presidential candidate, if you poll groups like NOW, People for the American Way, pro-abortion groups, etc. . . .

Toss us a bone . . . every now and then
Kaye Grogan
August 1, 2005

All it takes for an ole' lazy hound dog to be content and happy is to toss it a chicken or ham hock bone every now and then. The ole' hound dog doesn't have . . .

Bring on the Goody's headache powders. . .for Judge Roberts
Kaye Grogan
July 25, 2005

Just how much money does it take to buy a "Supreme Court Justice?" Now I know that money talks, and the more chatter the bigger the wad, but spending millions . . .

Just whose land is it . . . anyway?
Kaye Grogan
July 17, 2005

Is America for sale? With the right buyers and moolah you betcha! In fact, the project offering the sell of big condos in big cities to mostly foreign buyers . . .

Democrats have "resignation" . . . embedded in their brains
Kaye Grogan
July 14, 2005

Resignation, resignation . . . do the Democrats know any other word in the English language? I didn't hear a single Democrat calling for Senator Dick Durbin's . . .

Abortion issue same old song and dance . . . with same partners in crime
Kaye Grogan
July 12, 2005

How can a woman's life be in any danger after the baby is 90 percent born? Surely, most medical experts know when a woman's life is in peril during childbirth, . . .

Clinton ALERT: Americans stingy with foreign aid
Kaye Grogan
July 6, 2005

Former President Bill Clinton is way off base, when he tells Europeans: Americans are stingy when it comes to being generous with foreign aid. Of course, . . .

Author Edward Klein . . . is no match for Reverend Billy Graham
Kaye Grogan
June 28, 2005

Ah . . . whatever happened to "freedom of the press?" Every time Fox News boasts that they are "fair and balanced" if you believe this hogwash, you need to pay . . .

ACLU . . . sweating flag amendment passage and ratification
Kaye Grogan
June 21, 2005

Here is my take on anyone desecrating the American flag: if you stomp on it, spit on it or burn the American flag, you are not deserving of being protected by . . .

Please God . . . rescue us from a one-world order inclusion
Kaye Grogan
June 17, 2005

If the combining of nations to form a one-world order is going to force or mandate a one-world religion, we need to bow out pronto with a "thanks but no thanks" . . .

The government is like a hung jury . . . they can't agree on anything
Kaye Grogan
June 14, 2005

As long as the crybabies in Washington keep dropping their pacifiers they are incapable of getting anything accomplished past their whining. I have pondered . . .

Let DNC Chairman Howard Dean . . . eat his foot stew
Kaye Grogan
June 10, 2005

Apparently, Democratic National Chairman Howard Dean missed his calling. He would have made an excellent stand-up comedian. Actually, he's the Republicans' best . . .

Playing blame game for many . . . justification for bad behavior
Kaye Grogan
June 7, 2005

Playing the "blame" game shows immaturity, and a lot of other areas lacking in self-discipline. If you do something wrong like a child look around and see who . . .

Slavery in America very much alive. . .through taxation
Kaye Grogan
June 2, 2005

If you thought slavery was a dead issue in the nation then loosen up, and I'll tell you why we are all slaves, and will remain that way until the rapture.  . . .

Republican Democrats . . . help to keep filibuster alive and kicking
Kaye Grogan
May 28, 2005

Once again the Republicans proved what cowards they are, as they caved into the pretentious filibuster resolution. At face value, the resolution appears to make . . .

Newsweek . . . stealing CBS's thunder
Kaye Grogan
May 19, 2005

The "feeble" attempt by Newsweek Magazine to retract the extensively damaging article where the Koran Bible was (supposedly) flushed down a toilet by American . . .

Give our hospitals to illegal immigrants . . . and be done with it!
Kaye Grogan
May 10, 2005

If you're an "undocumented" illegal immigrant, and you need medical attention well, get on the "gravy train" for free healthcare compliments of our government . . .

Majority or minority . . . Democrats think they should rule
Kaye Grogan
May 3, 2005

The openly "underhanded" tactics going on dealing with the nominations of federal judges intentionally being derailed by the Democrats, reveals a lot more than . . .

Back peddling on immigration issues ho-hum . . . what else is new?
Kaye Grogan
April 22, 2005

It's hard to believe that someone as astute and able to memorize movie dialogue like California's Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, could possibly get "closed" . . .

Broadcasting "Fairness Doctrine" preposterous . . . and twenty years too late
Kaye Grogan
April 20, 2005

The "primary" liberal news media is suffering from "withdrawal" symptoms as the onslaught of conservative talk radio hosts intensifies, leveling out the playing . . .

Stay and fight, DeLay . . . follow Bill Clinton's example
Kaye Grogan
April 18, 2005

I have a little more "unsolicited" advice for House Majority Leader Rep. Tom DeLay of Texas, in dealing with the Democrats. Since they are trying to make you a . . .

Frying pans and euthanasia . . . strange association
Kaye Grogan
April 14, 2005

If the New York Times and the Democrats are going to try and fry Republican House Majority Leader Tom DeLay of Texas the Republicans need to be heating up . . .

One liberal judge will suffice . . . send overpaid legislatures home
Kaye Grogan
April 12, 2005

Now I know it's common protocol these days for the liberals to take exception with those pointing out how "run amok" liberal judges and courts are in their . . .

Whether appointed or elected . . . judges still subject to impeachment
Kaye Grogan
April 8, 2005

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg confirmed what many of us suspicioned all along. Now you should know firsthand why so many questionable decisions . . .

Terri Schiavo Zogby poll immaterial . . . eternity too late
Kaye Grogan
April 5, 2005

How convenient for a Zogby poll to come out after the fact. Where were they when the liberal Time Magazine conducted their manipulated poll indicating the . . .

Stuffing stockings is usually for Christmas . . . except for Sandy Berger
Kaye Grogan
April 4, 2005

If the so-called wrist smacking punishment for Sandy Berger former National Security Adviser holds up with a mere $10,000 dollar fine and one measly maximum . . .

Life & liberty belongs to everyone . . . except Terri Schiavo
Kaye Grogan
March 30, 2005

As the hands of the clock move ever so rapidly toward another day of keeping life-sustaining food and water away from Terri Schiavo, the only two positive . . .

To those responsible for denying Terri water
Kaye Grogan
March 25, 2005

Playing God is not going to work. Sooner or later, the ones daring enough to say when it's time to pull the plug on ill patients or liberal judges who think . . .

Urgent message to President Bush: use your executive power to save Terri
Kaye Grogan
March 24, 2005

Amid vigils, prayers, and hope for justice to prevail, Terri Schiavo still lays helpless, hungering, and thirsting to death. Even the most vile amongst us are . . .

The death penalty is a punishment . . . not a deterrent
Kaye Grogan
March 14, 2005

The death penalty opponents don't have a leg to stand on when they argue the death penalty is not a deterrent for committing murders. The death penalty is a . . .

Wanted: Ann Coulter's head/ Thomas and Kennedy granted a pass
Kaye Grogan
March 10, 2005

I find it ironic and highly offensive I might add, many liberals are calling for Ann Coulter's head to be put on the ole' chopping block for calling Helen . . .

Other cultures . . . should not supercede American traditions
Kaye Grogan
March 8, 2005

Although I don't think it should be mandatory that people who don't want to say the "Pledge of Allegiance" be forced to, I don't think those who are opposed to . . .

Somewhere...there's an invisible ocean of blood
Kaye Grogan
March 6, 2005

A country that will allow the brutal killing of innocent unborn babies will eventually come to ruin. Somewhere, there is an invisible ocean of blood filled to . . .

Madame President? ...only to Bill Clinton
Kaye Grogan
March 1, 2005

I had to chuckle no change that to guffaw when I read where former President Bill Clinton said that his wife Hillary would make a good president. Of course, . . .

Next . . . terrorists will be checked into Hilton Suites
Kaye Grogan
February 19, 2005

It wouldn't surprise me in the least to hear that the terrorists we are holding, have been checked into the lavish executive suites in the Hilton, and eating . . .

Freedom of speech . . . has nation in pig sty
Kaye Grogan
February 8, 2005

How sad that something as powerful as "freedom of speech" has brought a great nation down. The very freedom that should be cherished has turned a nation into a . . .

Liberal judges ...have judicial system turned upside down
Kaye Grogan
February 6, 2005

Where on earth did the liberal judges get their training from? Most of them seem to be attempting to put their own personal agenda, and patent on laws. I'm on . . .

Third term presidency amendment idea . . . should be nixed
Kaye Grogan
January 24, 2005

If there is one thing the country doesn't need it's a possible third term presidency from former President Bill Clinton. Why should he get a third chance to . . .

America the beautiful . . . America the ugly
Kaye Grogan
January 17, 2005

Thursday, President Bush will be sworn into office for his second term. But why does the formal, pompous occasion have to cost around $40 million? The . . .

National corruption hitting epidemic proportions
Kaye Grogan
January 11, 2005

Where are the liberal news media when you need em'? Surely someone knew about the forthcoming indictment of David Rosen long before the news surfaced a few days . . .

Immigration incentives in America . . . too inviting
Kaye Grogan
January 4, 2005

We hear about how lax and unstable our borders are breeding grounds for terrorists if you will, and yet, so far, beyond a bunch of congressmen throwing their . . .

Current voting system encourages voter fraud
Kaye Grogan
December 22, 2004

The way to win or steal elections if push comes to shove, is fairly simple. First you keep calling for recounts, and if you're lucky a miraculous discovery  . . .

ACLU Christmas haters . . . still trying to steal Christmas
Kaye Grogan
December 10, 2004

Why should the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) think they have the authority to tell citizens they are forbidden to openly display and practice . . .

Democrats want their votes counted...and counted...and recounted
Kaye Grogan
November 30, 2004

How many times do the Democrats want their voter voices heard in the 2004 election? They say they want every vote to count. Makes one wonder how many times they . . .

Religion & politics walked hand in hand. . .until they met up with a liberal
Kaye Grogan
November 10, 2004

There are some myths and untruths surrounding the role God plays in our daily lives. To say that religion and politics do not mix, is certainly a myth, unless . . .

We're having an election . . . or are we?
Kaye Grogan
November 2, 2004

Well, today is the big day. We should know sometime late tonight or early in the morning who the president will be. But don't count on it. I believe we are in . . .

Stop your sniveling, Republicans. . .stand up against liberal Democrats
Kaye Grogan
October 24, 2004

The liberal Democrats get things done because they stick together and fight. The Republicans go off into corners, and hide out until they think the storm is . . .

Liberal Representative Rangel dodged his own draft bill
Kaye Grogan
October 19, 2004

Just what kind of games are the Democrats playing? House representatives Charles Rangel of New York, and Ernest Hollings of South Carolina, both Democrats, . . .

Democrats braying over payback time . . . is typical
Kaye Grogan
October 13, 2004

Most Democrats lauded Michael Moore's mockumentary Fahrenheit 9/11, portraying President Bush in a bad light. They even gave Moore a VIP seat at the Democratic . . .

Those caught committing voter fraud . . . need a cold jail cell
Kaye Grogan
October 6, 2004

Everybody involved in voter fraud should be arrested, and their voting rights stripped away from them! I know most everything bad under the sun, is just filed . . .

Similarities between President Bush and President Reagan obvious
Kaye Grogan
September 29, 2004

As Ron Reagan Jr., makes the stopovers on liberal talk shows making the "unfair" claim that President Bush is a liar, and a cheat nothing remotely close to . . .

Democrats mudslinging on walls not sticking
Kaye Grogan
September 15, 2004

My, my, the plot just keeps thickening. If the "bogus" reports centralized around President Bush's National Guard service records weren't so serious many . . .

Senator Miller compares Kerry's war weaponry to spit balls
Kaye Grogan
September 2, 2004

I can see why Democrat Senator Zell Miller of Georgia is frustrated with his party. Since the far-out liberals have united like a band of wolves trying to . . .

Stolen honor documentary... may sink Kerry's presidential boat
Kaye Grogan
August 25, 2004

Democrats acted as though they had lost their capacity to speak when many were confronted with the 59 lies presented so transparently in Michael Moore's  . . .

Are voting problems in Florida real or staged?
Kaye Grogan
July 28, 2004

Many people are beginning to smell a big rat in Florida and the stench is rising to high heaven. Is there really a voting problem in Florida or do they just . . .

An open "scathing" letter to Republican leaders
Kaye Grogan
July 6, 2004

Dear Republican Leaders: As an independent voter who is not affiliated with any particular political party, I feel compelled to point out some strategic . . .

Clinton presidential memoirs view 1998 impeachment as illegitimate
Kaye Grogan
June 23, 2004

A replay of former President Bill Clinton's tenure in the White House is boring at the very least. The tell all book "My Life" is lacking in detail, . . .

Modern day Sodom & Gomorrah rewinding for replay
Kaye Grogan
June 16, 2004

We are living in an era where there is a war going on to see who can be the most outrageous, the most disrespectful, and the least patriotic, and still win . . .

Liberal news media forced to pay tribute
Kaye Grogan
June 8, 2004

Too bad the liberal news media must sit quietly by . . . chewing invisible nails, as they suck it up and have to (at least on the outer surface) say good things . . .

The era of five surviving former presidents ends
Kaye Grogan
June 6, 2004

The era of five living former presidents has come to an end. With the death of former President Ronald Reagan, the list of surviving former presidents is now . . .

Bush phenomena treated as mundane
Kaye Grogan
June 2, 2004

How many women can boast they are the wife of a former president, the mother of a president, two governors, and the daughter-in-law of a former senator in one . . .

Gore's selective memory needs jolting
Kaye Grogan
May 27, 2004

Apparently, former vice-president Al Gore is having a problem with selective memory recall. After doing everything, but dancing on the White House lawn after . . .

Saddam's weapons of mass destruction more than fiction
Kaye Grogan
May 21, 2004

What will the "nay sayers" do if they find out Saddam Hussein's "weapons of mass destruction" were deployed to Syria and Lebanon? Will they want to apologize to . . .

Federal Marriage Amendment could force showdown
Kaye Grogan
May 18, 2004

The U.S. Congress has been dragging their feet on addressing the controversial same-sex marriage issue long enough. With the Christian Coalition breathing down . . .

Kerry-McCain presidential dream team not likely
Kaye Grogan
May 17, 2004

Republican Arizona Senator John McCain, has stated "emphatically" on several occasions, he is not interested in a Kerry-McCain ticket. So what part of "no" does . . .

FairTax plan gaining momentum
Kaye Grogan
May 13, 2004

Citizens for the FairTax plan are growing in leaps and bounds. At last count there were around 600,000 plus members. Along with the member support, eight out of . . .

Democrats want Republican heads to roll
Kaye Grogan
May 11, 2004

As time goes by, the Democrats continue to want the heads of Republicans to roll, while they think their heads are immune from any type of sanctions. And if . . .

Pat Tillman filled the combat boots of a true hero
Kaye Grogan
May 2, 2004

Before former football player Pat Tillman was killed in action in Afghanistan, I had never heard his name before, much less anything about the unselfish motive . . .

Interpreting Constitution incorrectly appears intentional
Kaye Grogan
April 26, 2004

With all due respect to the United States Supreme court, I don't think it sets a good example to be selective in what cases they will hear and won't hear. They . . .

Aiding and abetting our enemies should stop
Kaye Grogan
April 23, 2004

When will the leaders of this country realize they have been aiding and abetting our enemies by pumping money to them like a muscle builder pumps iron? No . . .

Terrorist threats should take precedence over political rhetoric
Kaye Grogan
April 20, 2004

If anyone is hare-brained enough to think all we have to do with the al-Qaida terrorist group is to kiss and make up, they are way beyond reality. Make no . . .

Children are becoming our most endangered species
Kaye Grogan
April 15, 2004

The innocent unborn children have a real friend in President Bush. He is fighting diligently to protect their little bodies from the abortionist's knives and . . .

Kerry's 10 million jobs are needed now
Kaye Grogan
April 8, 2004

If Senator John Kerry has the ability to create 10 million jobs as president. . . I have some good advice for him. Why not create those jobs now, and you'll . . .

Rupert Murdoch leaves liberal news media outfoxed
Kaye Grogan
April 7, 2004

News media mogul Rupert Murdoch has made a wise decision to back President Bush's re-election. Democrats Senator Zell Miller of Georgia and former New York City . . .

Removing muzzles from ministers long overdue
Kaye Grogan
April 6, 2004

It's time for ministers to get back to preaching against immorality. The pulpit is not the place to be politically correct. It's time to step on some toes and . . .

Time for political rhetoric to be canned
Kaye Grogan
April 5, 2004

We keep hearing how wonderful North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is, and how we are benefitting from thousands of our jobs going overseas. We're really . . .

FCC chairman Powell can't have it both ways
Kaye Grogan
April 3, 2004

Head of Federal Communications Commission Michael Powell can't have it both ways. When restrictions and rules are adopted concerning "indecency" guidelines to . . .

Unfounded accusations against presidents should be a felony
Kaye Grogan
April 2, 2004

There needs to be a law passed where any person who disrespects the "Office of the Presidency" by making false accusations and spreading deliberate rumors about . . .

Trust in government still on a slippery slope
Kaye Grogan
April 1, 2004

Is it any wonder since 1960, the people's trust in their government has been steadily declining? While this may not be good news for the government, it shows . . .

Abortions are a blight on country
Kaye Grogan
March 30, 2004

Just because a baby is inside the womb surrounded by fluids does not mean the baby is immune to pain. The people who think abortion is as painless and simple as . . .

Pie in the sky promises define Democrats
Kaye Grogan
March 27, 2004

Here we go with another "pie in the sky" promise from presidential contender Senator John Kerry. His summation that jobs are pushed overseas due to tax burdens . . .

Pledge objection infringes on constitutional rights
Kaye Grogan
March 24, 2004

Hopefully, by the end of the day, we'll know if one man has the power with the United States Supreme Court's help to abolish and rip God's name from the "Pledge . . .

Clarke's 911 allegations need more than just hearsay
Kaye Grogan
March 23, 2004

The allegations making the rounds on the talk shows by Richard Clarke, about President Bush's possible "dereliction of duty" concerning the 9/11 attacks, is a . . .

Schools should teach basics, not questionable lifestyles
Kaye Grogan
March 19, 2004

What on earth has happened to the institutions of learning? They are no longer centered on reading, writing, and arithmetic, as their prime subjects in early . . .

Definition of indecent defines Howard Stern show
Kaye Grogan
March 18, 2004

Since Viacom President Mel Karmazin is of the notion, Howard Stern's talk radio show does not fall under the indecency code. Apparently, Mr. Karmazin has not . . .

Separation of church & state prohibits governmental intrusion
Kaye Grogan
March 17, 2004

When the government and agnostic people try to interfere with the peoples' right to practice religion freely, this results in overstepping boundaries, which in . . .

Wake up America or be devoured
Kaye Grogan
March 16, 2004

Wake up America! You've been in a deep sleep far too long. While you were sleeping, forces have been at work. Little by little, your religious rights have been . . .

Cure for lax borders is not Aspirin
Kaye Grogan
March 12, 2004

It's going to take more than "take two aspirins and call me in the morning" cure for the lax borders allowing illegal immigrants to cross over without any . . .

Guns still need their triggers pulled
Kaye Grogan
March 9, 2004

I've yet to see one gun shoot a person on its own. Somebody has to pull the trigger. The hypocrisy swarming around in the United States Senate chambers is . . .

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