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Lisa Fabrizio's Past Articles

147 articles

Some ‘Splainin’ to Do


published: October 28, 2010


Hopefully, a week from today all of conservative America--nearly half of the country according to pollsters--will be in the warm embrace of a sweet and luxurious electoral hangover; exhausted yet j...

From Apathy to Action


published: October 21, 2010


Every few decades or so, the electorate of our nation manages to produce leaders who almost immediately prove to be so disastrously inept, that many Americans are left asking, ‘How in the wor...

Independence for the Constitution State?


published: October 07, 2010


The other night in my hometown of Stamford, Connecticut, I had the fortune to be in the audience for a marvelous local production of 1776; a show which, in its original incarnation on Broadway in 1...

November Song


published: September 30, 2010


Many of you may be familiar with the haunting American pop standard, ìSeptember Song.î It was written by Kurt Weill and Maxwell Anderson as a vehicle for the limited vocal range of Wal...

Cafeteria Constitutionalists


published: September 24, 2010


Those of us who are faithful Catholics have the misfortune of coexisting with those of our brethren who are not in communion with all the teachings of the Church. Some of these folks attend Mass ea...

Ready for their Close-ups


published: September 17, 2010


The other night, I happened to flip on Turner Classic Movies and came upon a film called The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg. This was a silent version of a novel that became an operetta by Sigmun...

The Islands of Lost Boys


published: September 01, 2010


Most people live on a lonely island, Lost in the middle of a foggy sea.   So begins the haunting tune from Rogers and Hammerstein's South Pacific, which sings of fulfilling one's inner hope...

Advice from the Ledge


published: August 26, 2010


It’s really not a great time to be a Democrat. The economy remains, for the most part, as depressed as the millions of Americans who cannot find work, while scandal has engulfed the Party, wi...

What’s Broken


published: August 12, 2010


For those of you who can idly pass these dog days of summer contentedly dozing on a beach, letting the soft hot breezes flip the pages of the book beside you while the weeks roll leisurely by, cons...

Created Equal


published: August 06, 2010


As the winds of prevailing opinion blow, I would seem to be a pretty vile individual. I am a faithful Catholic which, in the eyes of most liberals, makes me a bitter homophobe. I am a woman who cel...

A Paean to the Printed Page


published: July 29, 2010


When you are a child, little things make a big impression on you. One of the first things I can remember as a little girl was huge. My father was always surrounded by a great pile of books that see...

How to Party in November


published: July 22, 2010


It had to happen. The Tea Partiers--a term which covers a whole range of folks from conservatives to libertarians whose uniting commonality is a biting aversion to big government and bigger taxes--...

Hot Fun in the Summertime


published: July 15, 2010


Summertime means many things to many people. For some it’s time for a few days to get together with family and friends to beat the heat; to others it represents an opportunity to travel and u...

War of Words


published: July 02, 2010


As we know, the world of political journalism has radically changed in the post-WWII decades. The methods, the tone and the very role of media have morphed over time, although they have always been...

The World's Game, But Not Mine


published: June 17, 2010


Now I'm not one to complain, but right in the middle of a fine baseball season, one replete with triple plays, perfect games and a heckuva start by the defending champion New York Yankees, somebody...

The Reagan Days


published: June 03, 2010


When I wrote last week that I was encouraged by recent events in the Northeast--particularly the potential purpling of some of the truest, bluest states--some readers accused me of promoting gradua...

A Tale of Three States


published: May 27, 2010


Folks outside of the Northeast have long been perplexed by an apparent electoral anomaly; for years, these states that consistently send liberals to congress have chosen Republicans as their govern...

The Blame Game


published: May 20, 2010


Regardless of what you may read in the papers or see on TV, these are not the best of days for Barack Obama and his administration; double digit unemployment, nuclear tensions emanating from our ev...

Speaking of Sports


published: May 13, 2010


The late Howard Cosell is reported to once have opined that “Sports is the toy department of life;” meaning that watching sports was a way to slip into a simpler world, untouched by the...

Return to Hollywood


published: April 29, 2010


Itís not often that I write a column in answer to feedback from a previous one, but last week's piece on Hollywood generated a great deal of criticism. And surprisingly, much of it came from...

All About Hollywood


published: April 23, 2010


The other day, a friend of mine asked if I had seen a recent broadcast of All About Eve on TV. We laughed as we recalled how many times weíd seen the flick and how we admired the tremendous ...

The View from the Left


published: April 17, 2010


We find ourselves in the midst of the latest leftist media attempt to explain to us exactly who and what we conservatives are. You know the drill; racist, homophobic, bitter, gun-slingin’, bi...

Fear Itself


published: March 31, 2010


So, mean right-winger Tea Partiers are hurting the feelings of our sainted elected officials in Washington. There are rumors of intimidation, death threats and, horror of horrors, inappropriate lan...

Vive La Différence


published: March 24, 2010


I’m so confused. Whenever I’ve entered the voting booth, I foolishly believed that I was in there in order to elect a representative to conduct the business of a constitutional republic...

Aborting Healthcare Reform


published: March 18, 2010


And so it comes down to this: President Obama wants his signature healthcare reform bill passed this week, no matter what; whether or not the American people want it and whether or not his own part...

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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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