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David N. Bass is an eighteen-year-old home school graduate, a committed Christian, and a proud conservative. He is a writer for World Newspaper Publishing and a regular columnist at AmericanDaily.com, ARationalAdvocate.com, and RenewAmerica.us. He is also a contributing writer to many other on-line sites, including Tolkien-Movies.com. David is currently working on his first novel.

Democrats play the religion card
David N. Bass
December 2, 2003

Howard Dean is no longer the only Democrat presidential candidate for guys with Confederate flags in their pickup trucks, according to a recent article by CNN . . .

Slouching towards a "living Constitution"
David N. Bass
November 22, 2003

According to Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, making an "all important good impression" in the international community is more essential to the judiciary than . . .

Democrat hypocrisy on judicial appointments
David N. Bass
November 18, 2003

The Republicans have finally filibustered the filibuster. In a lengthy jabber fest that ran several days the GOP put action behind its words and physically . . .

The deplorable double standard
David N. Bass
November 14, 2003

Today's Democrats are known to employ selective forgiveness. Last Tuesday's "Rock the Vote" debate among Democratic presidential hopefuls solidifies that . . .

When lawyers go nuts
David N. Bass
October 30, 2003

All the controversy surrounding Terri Schiavo in Florida boils down to one major issue: differing worldviews. Battles over right-to-die cases inevitably come . . .

The liberals' dirty little word
David N. Bass
October 22, 2003

Impeachment has become a dirty word to liberals. The judiciary can display in-your-face defiance of both the Constitution and the people's will, but if . . .

Where have all the good judges gone?
David N. Bass
October 14, 2003

Handing down wacky rulings seems to be in vogue right now in judicial circles. It's almost like a game, with Americans as the spectators. Which court can garner . . .

The poor man as brother or citizen?
David N. Bass
October 1, 2003

With apologies to humanists everywhere, let's face the facts: charity isn't a human inclination. In fact, if left to its own devices, humanity will usually . . .

Greens bash Democratic governor for speeding
David N. Bass
September 23, 2003

It seems that everyone except the Green Party knows it's a major no-no to criticize the driving habits of Democrats. Arianna Huffington can limousine from one . . .

Aborting the will of the people
David N. Bass
September 17, 2003

If nothing else, the summer of 2003 has taught us one thing: The Democrats no longer care about national opinion. But then again, that's become old hat to the . . .

The spirit of Montgomery
David N. Bass
September 4, 2003

Not surprisingly, the media is failing miserably in their coverage of the Alabama Ten Commandments rallies. Their portrayal of Judge Moore's supporters as . . .

The Land doctrine
David N. Bass
August 28, 2003

When the president of the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission can openly criticize Chief Justice Roy Moore's stand for the Ten Commandments . . .

Democrats turning Green at chances in 2004
David N. Bass
August 25, 2003

The greatest threat to the Democrats' bid for the White House in 2004 is not George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, not Fox News or talk radio, but the so-called . . .

When good Democrats go bad
David N. Bass
August 20, 2003

There's no longer room for moderates in the Democrat Party. But don't take my word for it. Presidential hopeful Joe Lieberman is making my point for me. I used . . .

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