Archive for: August 11, 2006

August 11, 2006

Has the UN Become Irrelevant?

In a September 2002 speech to the UN General Assembly, President Bush asked a pointed and crucially important question to the national representatives who had gathered to hear him talk about the looming war with Saddam Hussein’s Iraq: Will the …

The NAACP, NCAA, Hypocrisy, and South Carolina

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 11 Aug 2006

Political correctness attack many things in America. Free speech, Conservatism, individualism, traditions, and especially history and heritages have been viciously attacked by the PC brigades. Southern history and heritage have been on the receiving end of political correctors perhaps more …

Ann Coulter Is Right: Schools Are a Hotbed of Violence and Crime

In her bestselling and controversial book, Ann Coulter examines the abysmally poor US public education system. One of the elements of the overall failure of public schools is the fear on the part of students that their fellow classmates may …


Filed under: Immigration - 11 Aug 2006

Chris Simcox, Honorary Chairman of Minuteman PAC, tonight congratulated former State Representative Tim Walberg on what appears to be a ten-point win over incumbent Congressman Joe Schwarz in yesterday’s Republican Primary.

US Muslim Group Slams Bush for Using Term “Islamic Fascists”

Filed under: Political Correctness Run Amok,War On Terror - 11 Aug 2006

The nation’s largest Muslim group expressed concern over President Bush’s use of the term “Islamic fascists” in a news conference about the arrest of 21 suspects in a plot to bomb airliners flying between Britain and the United States …

Hollywood Celebrities and Pop Culture – The Rape of the Mind

Fans of the fabulous celebrities are prone to cast off all dignity for the glimpse of one of their idols. Many people are also willing to cast off their better judgment and common sense in their unbridled applause of the …

Tancredo Almost Singlehandedly Fighting Illegal Alien Voter Fraud

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws - 11 Aug 2006

During the pro-illegal alien rallies in cities across the US last Spring, activists were hard at work registering illegal aliens to vote as Democrats. In New York, a city that doesn’t require proof of citizenship to vote, activists registered tens …