Archive for: May 1, 2006

May 1, 2006

Gasoline Price-Gouging?

Oil companies are not, as angry consumers believe, generating higher profits by gouging at the gasoline pump. Demanding that your political representatives impose windfall taxes or price controls will guarantee even higher pump prices long into the future.

It’s All about La Raza-The Race

The May Day illegal alien “Great American Boycott” and Communist Workers’ Day strike/boycott/protests/demonstrations (you pick your favorite) are all about “the race”-the Hispanic race, that is.

Illegal Immigrants are Stealing Your Identity.

Filed under: Crime and Punishment,Immigration - 01 May 2006

Here is something to say to yourself as you are watching the May 1st illegal immigration protests, “I could be one of them.” Quite literally, you could be. You are probably well aware of the raid by Federal …

May 1: Illegal Immigration Day

Filed under: Immigration - 01 May 2006

On May 1, immigrants, both legal and illegal, will purportedly take to the streets to call for–which is just the politically correct way of saying “demand”–amnesty for the unknown millions within the United States

Many Hispanics Oppose Illegal Immigration Boycott

Filed under: Immigration - 01 May 2006

Recent nationwide street demonstrations by illegal aliens and their supporters, demanding amnesty for 12 million or more illegal immigrants, have been portrayed in the media as representing the views of all Hispanics in the US.

Good Immigration Policy Starts With Building A Fence

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Immigration - 01 May 2006

Polling results are clear. Upwards of 80% of Americans want the federal government to get tougher on illegal immigration. While politicians pander to cheap labor and cheap votes, we the taxpayers pick up the tab for increased health-care, education, and …

Mexicans, You Are Marching in the Wrong Country!

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Immigration - 01 May 2006

The upcoming demonstrations and boycotts of U.S. businesses by the illegal immigrant community and their supporters on May 1 would appear to be a huge public relations blunder by the protest organizers. Even the Mexican government has realized this, saying, …

The Misunderstood 11th Cpmmandment: Thou Shall Not Judge

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 01 May 2006

Regardless of the level of theological sophistication, we can always be sure the critics “know” one thing: The Bible says that we should not judge one another. Anyone who would do so is clearly being un-Christian. Such obtuse reasoning is …