Archive for: August 2006

August 28, 2006

Katrina’s First Anniversary: Lessons Learned

Filed under: Politics In General - 28 Aug 2006

As a result of the deadly and catastrophic events that occurred in Louisiana and Mississippi, and the extraordinary number of committees investigating the failures in responding to the Katrina disaster, this appears to be a good time to look at …

Spike Lee and Ray Nagin – What do They Have in Common

Spike Lee’s documentary, When the Levees Broke drew the attention of the country as the anniversary of hurricane Katrina drew near. It seemed nothing could upstage the undivided attention of the nation until Mayor Ray Nagin spoke up.

Spike Lee was …

Another United Nations Power Grab

The United Nations is expected to pass an international treaty that will give disabled people more rights. The idea is to replace charity with rights to be enforced by an international government.

Is War With Mexico Inevitable?

Filed under: Uncategorized - 28 Aug 2006

The rhetoric that one hears in the liberal media often goes along the lines that “Mexico is our friend.” Recent findings, however, may indicate otherwise. Not only is Mexico helping terrorists sneak into the United States, but they themselves …

Israel’s Minimalist War

Filed under: Featured Conservative,War On Terror - 28 Aug 2006

As the Israeli offensive into southern Lebanon unfolded in painstakingly slow fashion, reports of discontent from the troops on the ground made their way into news stories on several of the major cable news networks. The grumblings of the soldiers …

9-11 And Katrina: Disastrous Experiments In Liberalism

In the next few weeks, two very notable dates will be observed. August 29 marks the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s devastation of New Orleans. Less than two weeks following that will be the fifth anniversary of the September 11, …

August 27, 2006

Tell A PETA Nut That Dolphins Are Stupid

Filed under: Science & Technology - 27 Aug 2006

Hold on there, sports fans. I am not casting aspersions on those venerable gladiators of the gridiron residing in Miami, here. No, I am talking about the fishes. You know, the ones in the seas?

Michigan Seen as Home to Criminal Conspiracy to Fund Hezbollah

Filed under: American National Security,War On Terror - 27 Aug 2006

While Rep. John Dingell, a Michigan Democrat, proclaimed himself neutral — “I don’t take sides for or against Hezbollah; I don’t take sides for or against Israel,” he said — there appears to be problems of Hezbollah activities within his …

West Virgina County Feels The Pain of Lawyers, Greed

Across the United States there has been an explosion of litigation. People act as if they have won the lottery whenever their car gets tapped from behind or if a doctor, dentist, employer, or whoever, makes a mistake, big …

August 26, 2006

Poll: Europeans Critical of Israel

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 26 Aug 2006

The majority of people interviewed in the three main European countries (Germany, France and the United Kingdom) consider Israel’s military intervention in Lebanon in order to fight Hezbollah to be unjustified, according to a recent poll.

August 25, 2006

Fish Stories: Changing the way we talk about the War on Terror

Filed under: War On Terror - 25 Aug 2006

One thing I learned early in my fishing career was the existence of the fish story. The fish story is created and continues to exist in any place where at least one lure is sold and two people meet.

New Terrorist Group Claims Responsibility for Fox Journalists Abduction

Filed under: War On Terror - 25 Aug 2006

A new group of Palestinian terrorists, The Holy Jihad Brigades, has claimed responsibility for the kidnapping of two Fox News journalists. In a message, the terrorists said they will give the United States 72 hours to trade the journalists for …

MINUTEMEN: Multi-million Dollar Donation For Fence

Filed under: Immigration,War On Terror - 25 Aug 2006

Chris Simcox, President of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps (“MCDC”) today announced the donation by FOMGuard, USA, a Washington-based fiber optic mesh company, of up to $7 million in fencing materials to the Minuteman Border Fence Project. Simcox released …

Hillary may have to hide her brothers

Billy Carter, registered foreign agent of the Libyan government and brother of President Jimmy, urinated in public at the Atlanta airport. Sam Houston Johnson, alcoholic and brother of President Lyndon, claimed he was virtually a hostage in the White …

August 24, 2006

Liberals Prepare For The Lieberman Test

Anti war liberals in the Democratic Party are dreading election day in November because they are going to be put to the test. That test is going to deal with whether or not all of their yelling and foot …

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