Archive for: April 14, 2006

April 14, 2006

The Monk Bought Lunch

Filed under: Immigration,War On Terror - 14 Apr 2006

It’s been 4 years and 7 months since 2996 Americans were slaughtered in New York, Pennsylvania and D.C. The passengers, and dozens if not hundreds of others, died when the planes slammed in to buildings and American soil. An …

Indecision on Immigration

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Immigration - 14 Apr 2006

A dear friend who is now deceased often told me that big problems are just little problems that were neglected when they were small. Never was a truer word spoken in regards to the current immigration imbroglio. Congress has …

Seymour Hersh’s Fantasyland

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 14 Apr 2006

One of the top stories being covered throughout the globe is the allegation that the United States has stepped up secret planning for a possible airstrike on Iran. The source for this story is journalist Seymour Hersh. Hersh’s story appearing …

A Legal Illegal Backlash

Filed under: American Society & Heritage,Immigration - 14 Apr 2006

As much as I try and be original, I made a point in the radio spot to be aired this Friday (April 14) that I’m going to use to set up this column. I wrote (read)… “I’m going to sneak …

The New Journalist’s Collegiate Dictionary

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 14 Apr 2006

I have come into possession of a highly classified document being issued to the graduating class of America¹s top school of journalism in Paris, France. A careful reading of this address to those journalism students is revealing and will assist …

Outrage in Alabama: Kids Shown Political Video with Obscenities by 8th Grade Teacher

An elementary school science teacher, who’s a Democrat nominee for the legislature, got a slap on the wrist from school officials when he showed 8th grade students a vulgar slide show that repeatedly refers to President Bush, members of his …