Archive for: April 2006

April 20, 2006

American Defeat, In General

As many of you know, I was an enlisted man in the Navy. As many of you who have served know, there is a wall between enlisted men and the officer class. A wall designed out of a need to …

April 19, 2006

An Amigo a Minute

Filed under: Immigration - 19 Apr 2006

Well, at least we don’t have a massive, festering, nasty mess on our hands. It could be worse; we could have thousands of people illegally crossing into the United States on a daily basis, lowering the wages of American workers, …

Mexico The 51st State? No Way Jose!

Filed under: Immigration - 19 Apr 2006

My friends think that what I do is easy. They think that writing about events and offering reasoned commentary is something that anyone can do. And believe me, they try. Little do they realize that what I …

Whatever Happened to Limited Government?

Filed under: American Government,The Republicans - 19 Apr 2006

For some reason, Republicans are scratching their heads and wondering why their poll numbers are crashing, their public support waning, and the fact they might lose seats in Congress during the mid-term elections. Well, here is a reason or …

Abracadabra Democracy

We as Americans possess an ingrained cultural impatience that is a source of both our greatness and many of our ills. The latter example is how this impatience is unfortunately commanding our view of democracy’s prospects in Iraq. Our …

Blue Cross Leads Way To Government-Mandated Calisthenics

Citing “a growing body of research,” the proposal concludes that cities and towns can have positive impact on rates of physical activity through careful planning of municipal infrastructure and policy. Offered to municipal and county governments is their favorite thing: …

April 18, 2006

The Fed, Campaign Finance Reform, and Budget Deficits

Federal budgets will not be balanced and campaign finance reform will remain a sham so long as the Federal Reserve is free to manufacture money at the whim of politicians. Stopping the influence of big money in politics will …

Race, Race, and More Race

Have you noticed the similarities between some of our high-profile news stories lately? You too? Yes, it’s all about race, isn’t it? The Cynthia McKinney-Capitol police officer altercation, in which the Black female congresswoman from Georgia clocked a Capitol police …

Current Issues of Immigration in America

Filed under: Immigration - 18 Apr 2006

For a great many people born in this great nation, citizenship is taken for granted. However, aliens, seeking permanent residences, have long appreciated the abundance of wealth and opportunity available to citizens residing in this country.

There’s Trouble (Meters) Ahead!

Cruising the chat rooms as I do (given the extra time granted by not having that thing people call a social life), I’ve noticed there is a lot of chatter about the Republican Party being in serious trouble. Infighting, low …

Bringing Reality to Leftists:Mission Impossible?

As a public service, I am going to attempt to introduce Leftists to reality. Now I realize many of y’all are rolling your eyes right now. I fully recognize that this is a venture many will tell me is, to …

April 17, 2006

Can A Book Harass at Ohio State University?

Conservatives are not anti-intellectual. I say that to immediately put to rest the first suspicion that many extremist, leftists have when another story crops up featuring Conservatives bemoaning leftist bias in our nation’s Universities.

American flag appropriated by illegal immigrants

Filed under: Immigration,The Democrats,Uncategorized - 17 Apr 2006

“We are not criminals,” was constantly intoned at rallies around the country Monday. That’s nonsense. People who break the law to enter the United States are by definition criminals. Even if, as at the Washington rally televised …

Tucson Student Forced to Listen to Pro-Illegal Immigration Propaganda

Americans better start waking up and doing something about the madness that’s occurring in our nation’s high schools and elementary schools. Youngsters are being subjected to left-wing propaganda and when teachers and principals are caught they start two-stepping around the …

Las Vegas and the Fed

Filed under: American Economy - 17 Apr 2006

Prudent investors planning for the long term don’t gamble by putting every penny in the stock market. Why then are we willing to gamble the nation’s future on speculative monetary policy? Managed money, artificially controlled by the Federal Reserve, …

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