Archive for: April 2006

April 16, 2006

Come, See the Place where the Lord Lay

The angel who appeared to the women at the tomb in the early hours of Easter gave to our age a good call. “Do not be afraid,” he said, “for I know that you seek Jesus Who was crucified. He …

Nuclear Iran: Beware of the Russian Bear in the Middle East

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 16 Apr 2006

As the Iranians are moving closer to developing a nuclear weapons program, the Russian government is telling the world not to worry. An Russian official is being quoted as saying the centrifuges available to Iran are not sufficient to launch …

April 15, 2006

Donkey Kongs: Dems’ chest-beating is all noise

In a belated attempt to convince America that they are strong on national defense, the Democrats have produced a mission statement that is so utterly irreconcilable with their true agenda that their voting base can’t possibly support it, and the …

Easy Access: Russian and Chinese Spies Saturate US, UK

The practically legendary MI5 British counterintelligence service is said to be deeply concerned over an increase in spying by Russian and Chinese operatives in the United Kingdom. The United States’ Federal Bureau of Investigation has similar concerns with Russian and …

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 …

April 13, 2006

Drug Enforcement: Mr. President, Stop Covering Up for Vicente Fox and Mexico

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Our Laws - 13 Apr 2006

How often have you heard President George W. Bush or his minions tell the American people that his friend Mexican President Vicente Fox and Fox’s government are cooperating with US law enforcement to curb drug trafficking along the US-Mexican border? …

Two Days That Forever Changed The World

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 13 Apr 2006

What day do you think was the single most significant day in changing the course of human history? Perhaps it was the day when Columbus discovered America, or the day when men first walked on the moon. Maybe it was …

The Immigration Debate: GOP Commits Suicide

Filed under: Immigration,The Republicans - 13 Apr 2006

In elections one earns political capital. Once spent, c’est tout. Consumed capital cannot be replenished by a cauterized constituency, and today the Republican base boils. I recently spoke to someone who volunteered for Bush’s 2004 campaign. I asked whether he …

Women’s Health Hoax

Filed under: Politics In General,Science & Technology - 13 Apr 2006

Twenty-some years ago the mavens of medical misfortune sounded their shrill alarm. Hillary Clinton lashed out because of the “appalling degree to which women were routinely excluded from major clinical trials of most illnesses.” Marcia Angell, then editor of …

April 12, 2006

The Dumbing Down Of America

Is America getting more stupid? Are Americans, largely, becoming more clueless and less thoughtful? Well, ask just about anyone, and you will likely hear him or her exclaim “YES!” I must say I agree with them. Like it or not, …

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