null April 8, 2017

                                     Sam T. Harper

These columns were written between the years 2001 and 2004.  For Sam Harper's more recent articles Click  

Sitting at the Table of the Families of Our G.I.'s  4/15/2004

Cable/Satellite-less Random Thoughts on Iraq and Terrorism 4/1/2004

Conservative Career Advice: Learn to Zig and to Zag  3/15/2004

Why Domestic Bush is Different from Foreign Policy Bush   3/1/2004

Lessons in How Conservatives Should or Not Legislate and Help Citizens in Need

Conservatives, Quit Complaining and Strat Walking the Talk: Domestic Agenda  2/1/2004

Boys into Men   1/1/2004

Transform the C.I.A. From a Bumbling Bureaucracy  12/1/2003

Ya'll Democrats are Fixin' to Get Your Butts Whupped Down Here  11/15/2003

"..He Died In the Discharge of His Duties"  11/1/2003

Conservative Dilemma: Do We Cut Government Spending or Starve it?  10/15/2003

The Myth of the "Myth of Big Government"  10/01/2003

How Much of the $87 billion of the Iraq Bill should be Charged to the Administration  9/15/2003

Democracy Will Come to Iraq Through our Men and Women the Military  9/1/2003

Our Large Schools Doesn't Teach Our Kids to be Good Citizens  8/15/2003

Back When Men Were Celebrities  8/1/2003  (Unavailable)

Inefficiencies in Governmet Programs   7/15/2003

Why Medicare, Public Housing and Other Government Programs Are Out of Control  7/1/2003

The Inevitable Failure of Federal Programs   6/15/2003

Are There Lessons for Business from How the Military Works  6/1/2003

Legacy of 21st Century: U.S. Military has Made War Safer  5/15/2003

What is it About Military Service That Changes Your Perspective?   5/1/2003

Does America Need Conservative Leadership to Win Wars   4/15/2003

What the Media Doesn't Understand: How the Military Works  4/1/2003

How Can You Claim Budget Cuts When Spending Goes Up  3/15/2003

Tennessee's Democrat Governor Cuts the Budget--Has Hell Fozen over   3/1/2003

Would Raising Teachers' Salaries Improve Teaching?   2/16/2003

Is There a Liberal-Conservative War Going On in the Administration at Vanderbilt University?

Taking Care of Our Old Folks: Re-installing Self Governance into our Lives  1/15/2003

Campaigning Against Democrats Using the Truth: How to Defeat an Incumbent Southern Democrat (Part Four)  1/1/2003

In Tennessee, the Conservative Message Will Turn Out Voters: How to Defeat an Incumbent Southern Democrat (Part Three)  12/15/2003

Tax Increases are NEVER a Dead Issue for Democrats--How to Defeat an Incumbent Southern Democrat (Part Two)  12/1/2002

Lessons on How to Defeat an Incumbent Southern Democrat (Part One)  11/15/2002

...He died in the discharge of his duties"   11/1/2002

Religious Arguments in Bush's Case to Attack Iraq  10/15/2002

Throw the Democrats Out !! The Tennessee Tax Revolt ( Part 3)  10/1/2002
Harper Updates the State's tax situation with implications for the Country

Vanderbilt's Politically Incorrect Chancellor (Part 2)  9/15/2002
Harper Reponds to critics

Vanderbilt's Politically Incorrect Chancellor   9/1/2002

The End Al Gore's Political Career?  8/15/2002

Is the GOP Walking the Conserative Talk   8/1/2002

Tennessee's War on Tax and Spend Liberalism (Part2)   7/15/2002

Are Liberals Right? "Big Business is BAD"  7/1/2002

Keep an Eye on Tennesee's Tax and Spend Liberals  6/15/2002
They think they can tax their way out of deficits

Liberalism is De-Motivating  6/1/2002
By its very nature it hinders creativity

More Headlines You will Never See   5/15/2002
Back by popular demand (and now made a regular feature) headlines we'll only imagine seeing

Headlines You will Never See  5/1/2002
They may have never been published but they got a lot of attention at this site

Campaign Finance Reform: Special Interests Are Us  4/1/2002
Money is not an evil in campigns. It's a necessary tool to communicate to the people in the shortest amount of time

A major mistake in an, otherwise, powerful State of the Union Address  3/1/2002

A new education focus: results matter, not efforts!  2/1/2002

Is This A Red Counties War?  12/15/2001
Will red counties carry a disproportionate share of this war? An Online Journal