Archive for: May 2006

May 31, 2006

A Conservtive Convention (PART II) – Definitions and Structure

Over the past several days I’ve received a number of emails from people regarding the subject of my previous article (1), in which I advanced the idea of creating a ‘Conservative Convention’ in the coming year, for the purpose of …

Republican Challenger Blasts Rep. Murtha Comments

Filed under: The Democrats,The Republicans - 31 May 2006

Pennsylvania 12th district Republican Congressional nominee Diana Irey, surrounded by a dozen supportive war veterans, demanded that John Murtha apologize for his statement that US Marines are guilty of killing Iraqi civilians in cold blood.

Liberal Aggression and the Da Vinci Code

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 31 May 2006

Despite Dan Brown’s disclaimers, his book and the movie version are attacks on Christianity. Liberalism’s hopes for survival necessitate such unprovoked aggression. Liberal intellectuals know that the survival of Christian truth is life-threatening to liberalism.

Episode?

Filed under: Immigration - 31 May 2006

I have decided we are living through a really bad episode of 24, we are living in suspended animation until the man of the hour Jack Bauer can come to the rescue. After which there will be a commercial then …

May 30, 2006

Will House Republicans Kill the Bush Immigration Plan?

Republican members of House of Representatives continue to send their collective message to President George W. Bush and Senate liberals such as Sen. John McCain (R-AZ): They are overwhelmingly opposed to any deal that provides illegal immigrants a path to …

May 29, 2006

L.A. Times- In English, But Still Unintelligible

On May 24th, the L.A. Times printed the oddest Opinion Editorial on the subject of making English the national language. “American Spoken Here” was written by David Eggenschwiler, professor emeritus of English at USC, but I defy anyone to tell …

Senate Immigration Plan Biggest Power Grab Since The Great Society

Filed under: American Government,Immigration - 29 May 2006

The top sponsor of the House of Representative’s immigration bill on Friday fiercely rejected a the proposal to give millions of illegal immigrants a “get out of jail free card” and a direct path to US citizenship. Many Washington insiders …

Who’s Who?: Media Confuse Allies With Enemies

“Hundreds killed, thousands wounded in attack on New Orleans.” If people had read headlines like that in January of 1815, their natural conclusion would have been that the city had been sacked, and its inhabitants slaughtered. Nobody would have …

The North American What?

Filed under: American National Security - 29 May 2006

Attorney General Gonzales recently announced a new national strategy to crack down on violent street gangs. Joining forces with the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) “Operation Community Shield”, Gonzales has targeted criminal street gangs in …

African-Americans Oppose Illegal Alien Amnesty; Urge Tough Enforcement Only

Filed under: Immigration - 29 May 2006

As US lawmakers, with the backing of President Bush, rush to pass a bill that grants amnesty to tens of millions of illegal aliens and opens the doors to millions more “guest workers,” a new coalition of African-American leaders is …

May 28, 2006

William Jefferson – Liberals Sacrificial Lamb

Liberal Democrats are trying very hard to look “tough” on Congressional misconduct. After all, one of their major political platforms this fall in an attempt to regain Congress has been the “culture of corruption” which they claim surrounds only …

We Do Not Fear Our Soldiers – Memorial Day 2006

On March 15th, 1784 at twelve in the afternoon, after eight long, exhausting years of war, General George Washington unexpectedly entered a room filled with his highest officers gathered together to consider how to address the Continental Army’s predicament. A …

Disillusioned

I do not know who I am more disillusioned with right now? The Senate, the President or the people, the Senate and the President because I was always raised that their sole job was to work for the American people. …

ABC Refuses to Retract Bogus Story

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 28 May 2006

ABC News continues to refuse to retract their story by newsman Brian Ross who reported yesterday that House Speaker Dennis Hastert is under investigation by the FBI to determine his role in a public corruption scandal.

May 27, 2006

Is the U.S. Senate Incompetent or Deceitful?

The so-called “Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act” (“CIRA”) being debated in the United States Senate is quite possibly one of the most far-reaching and dangerous pieces of legislation to be proposed in many years. It is unfortunate that it bears the …

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