Archive for: August 10, 2006

August 10, 2006

Kill Them All. Let Allah Sort Them Out.

To date we have fought a war against these terrorists with both hands and one leg tied behind our backs. And just to give our enemies a sporting chance we have amputated our other leg at the knee, blinded …

Oh Say Does That Star Spangled Banner Yet Wave

Filed under: American Society & Heritage,War On Terror - 10 Aug 2006

Oh say does that star spangled banner yet wave, ore the land of the free and the home of the brave? I am asking myself that question more and more here of late, I am want to know if men …

UK Aircraft Terror Plot: Airport Security Evaluation in US

Filed under: War On Terror - 10 Aug 2006

Federal intelligence agencies have reported that in the past, terrorists have considered using general aviation aircraft (all aviation other than commercial and military) for terrorist acts, and that the September 11th terrorists learned to fly at general aviation flight schools. …

Chicago – No Heroes Live Here

Filed under: Politics In General - 10 Aug 2006

The news of Chicago’s newest statue was all over the TV and newspapers last week. As the Pantheon of the “famous” who have recieved the honor of a full sized, free standing statue in Chicago increased by one, the City …

The Mel Gibson saga: An unfortunate setback for Braveheart

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 10 Aug 2006

The latest media circus, the Mel Gibson arrest, has the potential to stay under the big top as a side show for a while. Gibson was arrested for DUI. He was pulled-over for speeding down a west coast freeway …

Elian Gonzalez and Bill Clinton

A little Cuban boy named Elian, who in 1999 was scooped up by a federal SWAT team in Miami and shipped back to Cuba, is in the news again for the get well card he and his family sent to …

Mel-icious Intent

I’m not really sure how many times Mel Gibson will be thrown under the bus. What he said was boneheaded, vile, racist, and the Jewish component of the entertainment industry wants blood. No apology is enough, and forgiveness is out …