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Lisa Fabrizio's Past Articles

147 articles

To Rise and Not to Rest


published: October 13, 2011


In the news of late are all sorts of accusations concerning hate, prejudice, race-baiting and class warfare. Not surprisingly, these indictments have been hurled from left to right, although some m...



published: October 02, 2011


The vice-presidency of the United States was once infamously compared to “a bucket of warm spit” by the 32nd man to assume that office, John Nance Garner, who served unde...

Blown Away


published: September 03, 2011


How to handle a hurricane? Well, to heed the non-stop advice available via 24/7 TV coverage, I suppose that the order of business at minimum was to stock up on all available comestibles, dash off t...

They Won’t Believe Me


published: August 18, 2011


They Won’t Believe Me was a 1947 Alfred Hitchcock movie starring Robert Young as a charming yet roguish hustler whose duplicitous ways finally lead to personal disaster, both for him and thos...

Red, White & Republican


published: August 05, 2011


Lost in all the debt ceiling hubbub are a few stories which, at first glance seem odd but on further reflection are downright bizarre. One such of these was a report by researchers at Cornell Unive...

Runs, Hits and Errors


published: July 17, 2011


The longest day of the year came and went a few weeks ago and now we are in the midst of its longest week; for baseball fans, that is. And so we are at the All-Star break, with the so-called Mid-Su...

The Bear in the Woods


published: June 25, 2011


Way back in 1984 when the Cold War still raged, the re-election campaign of Ronald Reagan ran an ad that cautioned, “There is a bear in the woods. For some people, the bear is easy to see. Ot...

TV Turnoff


published: June 10, 2011


Now that summer is nearly here, there are some Americans who will be heading off for weeks away in exotic locations or to endless rounds of golf, unburdened by the cares of life. But for those of u...

Sacred Cows


published: May 05, 2011


Quickly eclipsed by the precipitous earthly departure of Osama bin Laden, last week’s big story was the royal wedding between Kate and William of Great Britain, proving that storybook endings...

Why Not Santorum?


published: April 28, 2011


I’ve always subscribed to the notion that, by and large, the leaders most admired by the American people are those who speak plainly; that is, they represent themselves as who they are and wh...

American Mastery


published: April 14, 2011


I’m not the most ardent or knowledgeable golf fan in the world, but my husband is. And so it was that he and his friends were in the unenviable position of watching the last round of the Mast...

Religion Extinction?


published: April 01, 2011


The war on organized religion usually manifests itself in battles around Christian holidays like Christmas and Easter, yet minor skirmishes abound at other times as well. The latest foray emerges o...



published: March 10, 2011


I read with interest somewhere that last Tuesday was National Sportsmanship Day, as advanced by a group called the Institute for International Sport, with an eye to “engaging athletes and oth...

Union Blues


published: February 25, 2011


Back in the good old days, if you weren’t a union supporter, you were un-American. Those of a certain age remember movies like Norma Rae, where poor, impoverished Southern women were crushed ...

American Love


published: February 17, 2011


I have a sister who’s around a decade younger than me. One day, a few years ago, we were discussing the presidency of Ronald Reagan when she made a most interesting comment. “When Reaga...

Evicting Jesus?


published: February 04, 2011


I have often written that the reason some folks persist in calling themselves Catholic is to be ready when reporters from the New York Times come to call. Sometimes I think that the Old Gray Lady m...

Gone to the Devil


published: January 20, 2011


In a reading group I belong to, we studied the first monks to go out into the Egyptian desert in the 2nd and 3rd centuries. We read of heroic men and women who performed supernatural feats--like Si...

A Few Grown Men


published: January 15, 2011


Anyone who reads this column knows I am no fan of modern culture with its crudity, inanity and especially the constant noise which blots out the desire for all but the most shallow of pursuits. Th...

Truth or Consequences


published: January 06, 2011


Two thousand years ago, one man said to another, “For this I was born and for this I came into the world; to testify to the truth. Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice.&rdquo...;

A Liberal Carol - (A Ghostly Story in Two Parts) - Part II


published: December 24, 2010


Sometime during the night--he was never sure when, since the clock in his office ever-after remained at twelve midnight--he was awakened by what sounded like music from a tinkling piano. “Wha...

A Liberal Carol - (A Ghostly Story in Two Parts)


published: December 16, 2010


Liberalism was dead; as dead as a doornail. This must be distinctly understood, or nothing wonderful can come of the story I am going to relate. The problem was, at least for the occupant of the Ov...

Happy Holydays


published: December 03, 2010


The conclusion of Thanksgiving, originally a day of solemn acknowledgement that all that we have that is good is a gift from God, brings us to the celebration of the greatest gift from our Creator:...

Nothing But Grit


published: November 25, 2010


While watching a football game last week I noticed with interest the PR campaign surrounding the release of the remake of the 1969 classic, True Grit. It was at first, like most intrusions upon my ...

Deo Gratias


published: November 17, 2010


We’ve come to a weird place in the history of our nation. With the advent of the Tea Party movement has come a neo-nascent appreciation for out founding documents; particularly the Constituti...

A Grander Old Party


published: November 11, 2010


Not a day. Not even for one day were conservatives allowed to bask in the glow of the tremendous victory of last Tuesday. No sooner had the Democrats delayed results in two or three contests long e...

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Lisa Fabrizio

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Lisa Fabrizio is a freelance writer who lives in the People\'s Republic of Connecticut. She is a proud conservative whose aim is to recapture the public from the all-consuming fog of liberalism which seizes them early in school and pervades almost all aspects of their lives. Her work has been featured on many sites including WorldNetDaily, The Washington Dispatch, Toogood Reports, American Daily, Intellectual Conservatives, Renew America, Men\'s News Daily, Enter Stage Right, The Conservative Voice and GOP USA.



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