Edward Daley column
Edward Daley was born to American parents on a U.S. military base in Stephenville, Newfoundland, Canada, and moved to the United States as an infant. He became active in politics in 1984
Don't turn on the "Central Air"
December 3, 2003
Well, here we go again. The liberal elites have decided once more to try their sweaty hands at talk radio political punditry with the attempted creation of a . . .
No use for useful idiots
November 20, 2003
Well, once again we hear the shrill, ear-piercing din of the anti-Bush crowd as they gather together to advance their faux "make peace, not war" agenda in the . . .
Daley v Democrats
November 9, 2003
As most of us are now painfully aware, liberal legislators are routinely filibustering judicial nominees, supposedly because the views of those individuals are . . .
The last words of a great man
October 30, 2003
My father, Master Sergeant Lawrence B. Daley, died last week at the age of 85. The last thing he said to me only a few days before he passed away, while he was . . .
It needs to be said
October 1, 2003
Anyone who knows me understands that I abhor political correctness. It isn't hard for most people to figure out why I feel this way once they understand what . . .
Let's get a few things straight
September 21, 2003
John Kerry, during the last Democratic presidential debate, said that President Bush "clearly didn't plan for the peace, and it's extraordinary. It's an act of . . .
We need to delay the presidential election indefinitely
September 15, 2003
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Monday that the California recount election could not go forward as planned because six counties still use the . . .
The main problem with raising taxes on the "rich"
September 5, 2003
Ok, so you're a single, working class Joe pulling down $20,000 a year at the age of 25. You're paying roughly a third of everything you make in taxes, from . . .
A few words about liberals
August 28, 2003
Like most people who watch the nightly news, I've been following the story of Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore this week, and his struggle with higher . . .