Tony DiPasquale column
Tony DiPasquale is 32 years old and lives in Orlando, Florida, where he is attending Barry Law School. Self-employed in the construction industry, he recently earned a BS degree in political science from SUNY Brockport, where he graduated with a 3.75 GPA and was a member of both Alpha Chi and Pi Sigma Alpha. Presently, Tony's goals for political activity center in grassroots and lobbying. Readers can contact him at email@example.com
Rush to judgment
October 12, 2003
Rush Limbaugh shocked the political community this week when he admitted that he was addicted to prescription drugs. Some of the opposition, such as Alan Colmes . . .
You are known by the company you keep
October 5, 2003
Most of us can recall a time when are parents warned us to "choose are friends wisely." Suffice it to say, they were referring to the way in which others would . . .
Should we kick God out of the country?
September 9, 2003
Today, a number of Americans, many of them college educated, espouse the virtues of separation of church and state. Somehow our education system has failed, for . . .
Terminating conservatism in California
August 15, 2003
With the recall of Governor Grey Davis underway in California, voters are being inundated with a plethora of candidates to fill the potential vacancy. One of . . .
Up in smoke
July 31, 2003
For years, New York residents have been disillusioned as to what freedom is truly about. Administration after administration told us, albeit indirectly, that . . .
The runaway judiciary
July 18, 2003
Today, we are all too aware that many judges are no longer upholding the law, but in fact legislating it themselves. Even so, no one could have anticipated the . . .
Thoughts on Independence Day
July 3, 2003
This July fourth marks our country's two hundred and twenty-seventh birthday. What an unbelievable accomplishment it was for the colonists to overthrow British . . .
The looming Republican crisis
June 24, 2003
Confusion is running amuck in Washington. It seems Republicans have forgotten which side of the aisle they are sitting on. No longer are they espousing the . . .
The era of big government is alive and well
June 14, 2003
As we speak, a raging debate is taking place in Congress. No, it is not about the affordability of the recent tax cut, nor is it over ways to cut spending in . . .
The Bush Tax Cut: nothing more than a mountain made out of a molehill
June 4, 2003
Last Wednesday, President Bush signed a $350 billion dollar tax cut into law. Democrats naturally went into a frenzy, suggesting all sorts of negative outcomes . . .
Thoughts on Memorial Day
May 25, 2003
With the celebration of Memorial Day looming, we should take time to re-evaluate our own contributions to our country. Continually we are reminded that this is . . .