Adam Zuvanich

Can the Raiders finally win in Stillwater?

By: Adam Zuvanich | Blog: Zuvie's Views

If Texas Tech can snap a three-game losing streak at Oklahoma State on Saturday, it will move into a second-place tie in the Big 12 South and put itself in great position to return to the Cotton Bowl. Are the Red Raiders, who are coming off a bye week, up for the challenge? That question will be answered soon enough, along with several others around the Big 12 and the country.

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scottslemmons

Friday Night Fights: Presidential Pain!

By: scottslemmons | Blog: Hero Sandwich

Another Friday evening is upon us, and that means it's time for FRIDAY NIGHT FIGHTS! Today, we're heading for 2007's Doctor 13: Architecture and Mortality by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang, as Dr. 13, the vampiric Andrew Bennett, and a talking Nazi gorilla take on a giant Mount Rushmore monster!

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scottslemmons

Dead Beetle

By: scottslemmons | Blog: Hero Sandwich

Donald R. May

Obama Plans to Lose War on Terror

By: Donald R. May | Blog: Mr. Conservative

How would Germany and Japan have responded if President Franklin D.

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scottslemmons

Strange Sports Stories

By: scottslemmons | Blog: Hero Sandwich

Donald R. May

Our Radical Left is a Dangerous Downer

By: Donald R. May | Blog: Mr. Conservative

With the Radical Left persistently attacking our military and denigrating their accomplishments, it is little wonder many veterans are severely depressed when they return home. Our veterans fought in Korea under “rules of engagement” designed to protect the Communists.  General MacArthur was fired because he was kicking Communist ass and on his way into China when Truman fired him and pulled back our troops.  Instead of deposing Mao and the Communists, the DMZ was finally set within conventional artillery range of Seoul.  Mao murdered more than 70 million Chinese who were not Communist enou

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Freddy Stockdale

White Wines for Thanksgiving, a Note To Peter and Our Men and Women In Uniform

By: Freddy Stockdale | Blog: Life...Sort Of

Will get to white wines for Thanksgiving and a note to Peter in a moment, but first things first... I obviously want to thank the men and women in uniform who serve our country. Others more talented than I will articulate this throughout Veterans' Day, so let me take a moment to address the men and women in uniform who serve our fast food. Quick question: why should I wait  more than 30 minutes for a cold hamburger, or even a tepid bean burrito? And don't give me the excuse about teenagers.

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scottslemmons

Labors of Hercules

By: scottslemmons | Blog: Hero Sandwich

Donald R. May

Veterans Day 2009

By: Donald R. May | Blog: Mr. Conservative

Each year on the eleventh day of the eleventh month we remember the service and the sacrifices of our veterans.  These men and women have stood between war’s desolation and us.  They have defended freedom and liberated untold millions. Our veterans liberated Europe and Asia from the crushing forces of Fascism and tyranny.  They held back the expansion of Communism in Asia giving nations such as the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Japan, and others time to become prosperous and well armed. Our veterans guarded Europe 24/7/365 giving Europe the longest time without war in its history.  The

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lubbockleft

Barbara Ann Comes Out Swinging

By: lubbockleft | Blog: Lubbock Left

I am already loving the campaign for Texas Attorney General, even at this early stage. Barbara Ann Radnofsky (who ran a great 2006 Senate race against KBH) is starting to get her message out in a meaningful way, and her latest point packs a mighty punch. Behold: The current Texas Attorney General is soft on crime and hard on victims, as he targets rape victims with abusive policies. Women and those who respect women will begin looking to make a change on Election Day.

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