Archive for: April 2006

April 24, 2006

The Duke Rape Case: The Truth About Interracial Rape and Violence

Filed under: Politics In General - 24 Apr 2006

The Duke University rape case is getting more media attention than the war on Iraq, the Iran nuclear threat and even the baseball steroid scandal. It’s even getting as much media attention as Tom Cruise’s newborn.

April 23, 2006

The War against US Border Security

It certainly comes as no surprise that Mexico’s President Vicente Fox is not in favor of any US-Mexico border protections. He has called such protections “shameless”. Fox and other Mexican presidents have been exporting their impoverished people and criminals to …

Media Ignore Mexican Gov’t Brutality of Central American Immigrants

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Immigration - 23 Apr 2006

If the news media were truly unbiased in their reportage of Mexican illegal immigration and told the whole story, Americans would be shocked at the degree of Presidente Vicente Fox’s hypocrisy.

For instance, in a recent press release the Mexican government …

Anonymous drive-bys

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 23 Apr 2006

Even the intelligent, fair-minded among us can be blind to the threat and its consequences. Take the example the case this week of Los Angeles Times Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, Michael Hiltzik. The Times suspended Hiltzik’s online “blog” because he violated …

Russian Government Duplicity Strikes Again

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 23 Apr 2006

When President George W. Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin met for the first time in 2001, Bush said, “I’ve looked into his eyes, and seen his soul, and I liked what I saw.” Well, I too looked in …

April 22, 2006

Learned Helplessness In Our Nanny Society

Some of the recent happenings in the economy illustrate how the present generation of Americans have learned to become helpless and pathetic. We see the price of oil going up almost daily, yet people see themselves as merely victims of …

Is America Losing Its Faith?

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 22 Apr 2006

Americans are losing their faith. Not their faith in God or religion, though that is slackening as well, but their faith in the essential rightness of America itself. Until recently Americans were quite sure of the basic truths upon which …

Chavez’s Venezuelan Drug Trade and Corruption

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Uncategorized - 22 Apr 2006

On Wednesday, Mexican military officials said they seized five-and-a-half tons of powdered cocaine from a commercial aircraft that landed after a trip from Venezuela. The street value of the drugs was estimated to be upwards of $100 million. Mexican …

April 21, 2006

Corporate America’s Vanishing Allegiance

The European Union is in tatters, which admittedly is not a bad thing. Yet the particular reasons for its continuing collapse portend a dark future for the continent that once defined Western Civilization. In short, the EU represented a futile …

Democrats Doth Protesteth Too Much About Oil

It’s spring, and America’s attentions turn to that beloved of all sports, bashing Big Business for one thing or another. This time, Exxon Mobil is in the crosshairs for two reasons. One, they recorded record profits last year in the …

Arizona Governor Vetoes Illegal Immigration Bill: The Two Faces of Napolitano

Filed under: Immigration - 21 Apr 2006

Illegal Immigration critics are complaining that Arizona’s governor is playing politics when she announced a state of emergency last year in response to illegal aliens and then she vetoes a new bill that would aid law enforcement in curtailing rampant …

From Bias to Bigotry: CBS News Goes into Free-Fall

What will Dan Rather be most remembered for – the forged memos from the ill-fated Texas Air National Guard story? Or will it be this candid admission, “Who among us have not lied about somebody? I think you can be …

Oprah Blends Confusion With Compassion

Filed under: American Society & Heritage,Uncategorized - 21 Apr 2006

You think Tom Cruise hopping up and down on Oprah’s couch was as silly as it can get? You must have missed the talk show queen’s recent program about people living on low wages. Claiming that 30 million …

April 20, 2006

Anti-Military Sentiment in San Francisco Is Nothing New

It’s no secret that the beautiful, picturesque city of San Francisco probably the nation’s headquarters for anti-war sentiment. Not only are there anti-war protests, civil disobedience and other actions aimed at furthering opposition to the war in Iraq, but …

America, While You Were Sleeping.

The setting is a common room in Maspeth, Queens, an old and history-laden area within the sprawling metropolis that is New York. In the common room, about 15 to 20 tradesmen await the time-clock’s imminent arrival of 3:00 …

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