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Lisa Fabrizio's Past Articles

147 articles

Groupthink America


published: January 13, 2013


Recent events in our nation have baffled those of the conservative stripe; none more so than the decisions made by our fellow Americans this past November. The reelection of Barack Obama, trailing ...

The Toy Department


published: December 23, 2012


I first heard of the horrific slaughter of innocent women and children in the nearby town of Newton, CT while listening to a sports-talk radio station in my car. My heart sank even before the grisl...

Not Just Another Pretty Face


published: December 09, 2012


The other day, I happened upon a piece by the Washington Post’s Richard Cohen; a columnist with whom I rarely agree.  In it, he dealt with the casting of hunky Daniel Craig as James Bond...



published: November 28, 2012


In the thousands of years before the inventions of the telegraph, television and the internet, continents and even countries were isolated from each other for most intents and purposes. Other than ...

Alien Voices


published: November 04, 2012


Having spent the prior two weeks soaking up the sun and scenery of sumptuous Italy, I returned to these shores on Friday to good news: Mitt Romney had retained and even built on the momentum genera...

Have the Terrorists Won?


published: September 30, 2012


Everyone remembers the days immediately after September 11, 2001. Amid the anger tinged with mourning and the brief but unnerving sense that our great land was not totally protected from harm by th...

Convention Intentions


published: September 16, 2012


What to say about the Democratic Partyís convention problems? Specifically their infamous decision to remove the word God from their official party platform? Itís hard to say which is...

A Plethora of Platitudes


published: September 03, 2012


Now that the convention action is finally heating up, we can fully expect the liberal propaganda machine to spin into high gear, as it were. From the phony hurricane allusions designed to invoke th...

Obama Mamas


published: August 07, 2012


There’s one thing I love about recent Democratic presidents; or should I say, the treatment they receive at the hands of those in the national press who worship at their feet. Before their el...

Guilt and Innocence


published: July 29, 2012


During the interminable days of baseball’s All Star break came news of Louis Freeh’s report on Penn State’s involvement with the heinous crimes of assistant coach Jerry Sandusky. ...

The States – Our Last Best Hope


published: July 09, 2012


Way back during the interminable weeks between the 2000 presidential election and the final decision in Bush v Gore, I spent hours upon hours explaining to otherwise intelligent and politically sav...

Are Democrats Listening?


published: June 17, 2012


When our Founding Fathers drafted our system of governance, they decided that a constitutional republic would most benefit the people; that it would suffice to protect them from governmental tyrann...

American Sins


published: June 03, 2012


I never, ever thought these words would escape my lips, let alone be offered for public consumption, but here goes: I miss President Bill Clinton. With his combination of hangdog looks and haughty ...

No Profile in Courage


published: May 20, 2012


We’ve been hearing a great deal lately about Barack Obama and his courage; or what passes for courage when a lapdog media is in control of its definition. Although I generally pass up most of...

Square Deal for America


published: May 06, 2012


My father was a unique character. I never met a man who was more set in his ways or more unwilling to change them, especially when it came to his looks. His one ill-advised attempt at updating his ...

Past Presidential Punditry


published: April 22, 2012


As it becomes more and more evident that Mitt Romney will be the Republican presidential nominee, a strange thing is happening; strange as in outlandish, but not surprising. For the past year or so...

Plain Speaking


published: April 08, 2012


I was speaking the other day to my friend Charles who’s a very intelligent man; in fact, a brilliant polyglot, who opined that the U.S. Constitution, like the Declaration of Independence, is ...

The Silent Sorority


published: March 26, 2012


For years, there has existed in America what came to be known in the 1960s as ‘the silent majority’. This referred to the great number of folks who did not take to the streets in protes...

Does Anyone Deserve to Lose Their Rights?


published: March 01, 2012


Short weeks ago, the political world was in welcome upheaval at the news that Barack Obama’s latest healthcare fiat was being met with great opposition, particularly by the Catholic Church....

Sex: An Inalienable Right?


published: February 19, 2012


Of all the hubbub rightly surrounding the healthcare mandate handed down from the imperial throne of Barack Obama, one aspect of this issue has not been sufficiently discussed: the disturbing fact ...



published: January 29, 2012


So let me see if I’ve got this straight; because being a brainwashed, knuckle-dragging, bitter clinger sometimes makes it hard for me to absorb all of the nuanced penumbrae emanating from the...

Election Deceptions


published: January 23, 2012


As often happens in our quadrennial game of presidential pursuit, certain assumptions become accepted by the political cognoscenti by virtue of their very existence. These notions leap into the rea...



published: January 06, 2012


It’s a weird thing in this country. When it comes to state and local elections, American citizens seem to act in a responsible manner; that is, they actually do the work necessary to make inf...



published: December 19, 2011


So what’s the deal with Tim Tebow? Is the Denver quarterback a miracle worker, inspirational role-model or the most over-hyped NFL player since Brian Bosworth? Well, it depends on who you tal...

Occupational Therapy


published: October 27, 2011


If you are old enough to remember the so-called “Summer of Love” that was perpetrated on this land by a bunch of bored, spoiled kids and their liberal enablers in 1968, then I don&rsquo...;

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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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