Year: 2003

Take That, Hans Blix!

An observation from NCPPR executive director David W. Almasi: President Bush's strong stand against Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein and the prospects of an Iraqi program to produce weapons of mass destruction made the writing on the wall very clear to ...
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WSJ – The Politics of Autism

Trial lawyers on the loose again, this time in an effort to cash in on a very tenuous (probably nonexistent) link between vaccines and autism. Vaccines have saved a lot of lives. We know this for a fact. Science doesn't ...
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Raining on the Environmentalist Parade

NCPPR executive director David Almasi rains once again on the environmentalists' parade: In his 2003 State of the Union Address, President Bush promised $1.7 billion in funds to develop hydrogen fuel cell technology. Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham envisioned "a world ...
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Protesting Affirmative Action, One College Application at a Time

This interesting website takes a grassroots approach to the cause of promoting a colorblind society by asking students heading to college or grad school to formally pledge to refuse to play the affirmative action game by entering their race incorrectly ...
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And This Shall Be A Sign Unto You

And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed. (And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria.) And all went to ...
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None Dare Call It Dictatorship

From our executive director, David Almasi: Here's just one example of why President Bush is inclined to nominate judges who adhere to a strict interpretation of the law, and why the liberals are opposing him to the degree that they ...
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Leftist Darling Still Supports Saddam

NCPPR executive director David W. Almasi feels vindicated: Back in the 1980s, when conservative foreign policy interest was concentrated on forcing Soviet influence out of Latin America, conservative activists had a whole stack of quotes from Nicaraguan dictator Daniel Ortega ...
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The Hand of Providence

The American Minute for December 25: American Minute with Bill Federer December 25th In the first six months of the Revolution, the Continental Army was driven back, out of New York, across New Jersey and into Pennsylvania. The American troops ...
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And in a Stunning Victory, More Human Rights Were Lost

Thousands of French Muslims have gone to the street to protest Jacques Chirac's ban on head scarves, yarmulkes and crosses in French public schools. Chirac apparently is afraid that a child in France might accidentally grow up with a conscience ...
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Mystery

Who or what is the shadowy figure caught on security cameras at the doorway of Henry VIII's reputedly-haunted Hampton Court? ...
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