Norvell Rose column
Norvell S. Rose is a veteran radio and TV journalist, writer, producer and director with five regional Emmy Awards to his credit. A Patriot with a rekindled passion for truth, honor, and liberty, Rose is a direct descendant of John Sevier — hero of the American Revolution, four times elected to Congress, and first governor of Tennessee. Rose lives with his wife and two children in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
February 23, 2010
How many times must we learn the painful lesson? What will it take for us to recognize the near-universal rule governing the outcome of any unwieldy Washington . . .
February 17, 2010
I thought I would take the occasion of the one-year anniversary of the Obama stimulus package to issue an urgent warning: Don't let your thinking be infected by . . .
February 14, 2010
In a recent column for CNN.com, fiery political analyst Roland Martin urged the President of the United States to get down and dirty with his political . . .
February 9, 2010
Despite its creepy implications, I was going to let that odd Super Bowl car commercial featuring the Green Police just ride quietly into the sunset. Until the . . .
February 5, 2010
Who could forget how Newsweek editor Evan Thomas practically fell to his knees last summer in adoration of President Obama, declaring on MSNBC: "I mean in a way . . .
February 1, 2010
Sometimes, a Washington whopper is just too big and juicy to resist. It absolutely begs to have a bite taken out of it. Such is the case with the interview . . .
January 31, 2010
It wasn't until the election of Barack Obama that I ever really considered myself a party person. Okay, I was a registered Republican, and I tended to vote for . . .
January 28, 2010
As is so often the case in Obama world, we can find our attention being diverted off of substance and onto style. The President and his parasites work to turn . . .
January 27, 2010
Occasionally, we are blessed with an accidental insight into the liberal mindset. A glimpse through the keyhole into the fortified control room envisioned by . . .
January 26, 2010
From Barack Obama and his well-oiled propaganda machine, we have come to realize that truth can be found only in the opposite of what's said. So, when the . . .
January 25, 2010
Okay, so this isn't the first time that someone writing about Barack Obama and his mystique of magniloquence has referenced the famous line in the 1967 movie . . .
January 21, 2010
"Distrust any enterprise that requires new clothes." ~Henry David Thoreau, Walden Without getting into the underlying political persuasions of Mr. Thoreau, . . .
January 20, 2010
In the turbulent wake of the Massachusetts special Senate election, pundits and politicians of different stripes generally agree — the Republican victory is a . . .
January 17, 2010
I must admit, I love irony. Especially when, like an avenging angel, it delivers a righteous blow to those who deserve being blown off their self-righteous . . .
January 15, 2010
There hasn't been so much heated discussion of "nullification" since the OJ trial. You remember that culture-clash moment in American Justice, don't you? When . . .
January 13, 2010
Like so many of you, I'm feeling sick. My head hurts. My body aches. And my stomach is so upset that "nauseous" hardly describes the awful feeling. H1N1? No, . . .
January 12, 2010
There's a classic episode of the original "Twilight Zone" TV series that offers an eerily insightful context for considering the truth about President Obama's . . .
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