Paul Walfield column
Paul Walfield is a freelance writer and an attorney and counselor at law with an undergraduate degree in Psychology and post-graduate study in behavioral and analytical psychology. He resided for a number of years in the small town of Houlton, Maine, and is now practicing law and writing about current events in California.
Paul's articles have been published in numerous publications, including WorldNetDaily, NewsMax, Accuracy in Media, GOPUSA, and CNS News. Paul has a website at www.usanewsandviews.com, and can be contacted at email@example.com.
Johnny Depp: tough love
September 8, 2003
Johnny Depp — star of stage, screen, television, and the hate America crowd — has done it again. Once again the American expatriate has informed the world that . . .
Saving Democrats from themselves
August 29, 2003
Nine presidential hopefuls, all democrats, and all without a snowball’s chance in hell of becoming president in 2004. No matter how you slice it, unless the . . .
Keeping up with the Joneses
August 26, 2003
One of the more telling aspects of a society which has embraced a “progressive” way of life is what is acceptable and what is not. It would appear then that . . .
Janeane Garofalo: what a joke
August 20, 2003
Warm and fuzzy, cute and cuddly have absolutely nothing in common with the venom spewing Leftist, Janeane Garofalo. Janeane makes her living as a comedienne . . .
Celebrities, politicians, and affairs of state
August 18, 2003
Democrats are very upset with Californians and their apparent willingness to resort to the democratic process, and California law to recall Gray Davis. It is . . .
Never having been children themselves...
August 15, 2003
W. C. Fields is credited with saying, “Anyone who hates small dogs and children can't be all bad,” well, actually, they can. The people who are in charge of . . .
August 13, 2003
All sorts of things happen. America gets attacked by terrorists flying jetliners in 2001, and some folks want us to understand why fanatics seeking a ticket to . . .
August 11, 2003
By now most everyone is aware of the Left’s desire to have their views on just about everything be referred to as “progressive.” They even call themselves, . . .
Larry Flynt: California hustle
August 6, 2003
Larry Flynt, publisher and soon to be candidate for governor of California wants everyone to know that he is a champion of free speech. He is also fond of slot . . .
Happy cows, desperate PETA
August 5, 2003
In the 21st century, most people can be counted on to agree that any kind of cruelty or unethical treatment of animals is not only wrong, it has to be stopped. . . .
Kobe Bryant -- sex, lies, and liberal traits
August 3, 2003
In America, unlike some of the more “progressive” nations of Europe, a person is innocent until proven guilty. While some folks would like to make it out to be . . .
Gay schools and ghettos
July 29, 2003
New York City has many interesting places to visit. In fact, it is the number one spot for tourists visiting America. Even people who are from the US; New . . .
Not even liberal professors are that dumb
July 28, 2003
Recently, articles about a new “study” done by a group of college professors entitled “Political Conservatism as Motivated Social Cognition” decry the authors’ . . .
Charlie Rangel: "American" Congressman
July 24, 2003
American forces in Iraq killed Saddam Hussein’s two barbaric sons in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on July 22, 2003. Most accounts of the incident depicted . . .
Land of the free?
July 21, 2003
When just about anyone thinks of high crime and dirty streets, New York City seems to be among the first places to come to mind. It is actually a bad rap, but . . .
July 10, 2003
Imagine living in a place where 12-year-old girls can voluntarily decide to have surgery and it would be illegal for the people to make a law that says the . . .
What your doctor may not tell you...
July 8, 2003
CNN.com ran a story on July 8, 2003, that should make a lot of people very nervous. The story is entitled “Is your doctor holding out on you?” and it discusses . . .
Caring less for our children
July 3, 2003
Most people who go to law school will remember learning about the tremendous deference given to children by the courts. Law students are taught that in just . . .
America without borders
June 29, 2003
Many city and local governments have passed ordinances that in effect prohibit the police from enforcing federal immigration laws. The federal government, our . . .
The rise of Amerika
June 24, 2003
Many of us are familiar with the story about the frog and the frying pan. If you slowly turn up the heat, a frog in a frying pan won’t notice it is being . . .
June 20, 2003
Six-year-old gangsters, tempting innocent passersby with their illegal contraband, were shut down today after a daring daylight raid by the Naples, Florida, . . .
A father is going to jail
June 16, 2003
It may not seem like a long time. After all, it will be for “just” three days. Be that as it may, Ronald Dixon is being taken away from his children, his home . . .
Wally, we hardly knew you
June 10, 2003
Walter Cronkite, to many Americans, was the voice of all Americans. We would listen to his words and understand everything that was important to know. Walter . . .
If you lie, they will come
June 4, 2003
Anyone paying attention to the Left’s tirades over the past few months has had to notice that as soon as one of them gets audacious enough to shout a lie loud . . .
Boys will be boys, or not...
May 30, 2003
Just about anyone who can remember going to see Star Wars at the movies knows all too well the lack of originality coming out of Hollywood and on television . . .
Heroes and victims
May 29, 2003
Journalism has been thought of as being a noble cause. In a culture that relishes liberty and truth, journalism has been elevated to a necessary component of a . . .
What liberals "know"
May 28, 2003
It is always interesting, but just about never enlightening, to view what is understood as “truth” by liberals. Looking at the opinion section of MSNBC.com is . . .