Archive for: August 2006

August 24, 2006

Russia Is Not a Friend of the United States

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 24 Aug 2006

During the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union embarked on the most massive military buildups in history. Part of President Reagan’s strategy for winning was to entice the Soviets into a competition it could never even hope …

UN Window-Dressers

Filed under: The United Nations,War On Terror - 24 Aug 2006

The only substance to the UN is the building on the East River that houses it. Apart from that distinctive physical presence, it’s a dangerous charade that distorts the reality of foreign affairs and invites suicidal policies.

Black Filth

“Black filth.” Like a phrase that would have done a segregationist Dixiecrat proud near the beginning of the Civil Rights movement, perhaps it’s similar to the kind of thing you might hear amongst latter-day separatists.

August 23, 2006

ABC News – Fetishizing ‘Minority’ History

American history has been under attack since the 1920′s when Communist and American historian, Charles Beard, made himself famous by pushing the claim that the Constitution was merely a document of hate and greed as opposed to one based on …

Terminating the Politics and Irrelevance of Intelligence Analysis

Filed under: American Government,War On Terror - 23 Aug 2006

Closely tied to the question of how best to set intelligence requirements are the larger questions of how to improve analysis by the intelligence community and how to increase its impact. Many current and former policymakers are critical of …

Has the Time Come for Passenger Mutinies?

As US Democrats and the worldwide leftist power elite continue to push their patently insane message “It’s better to die than to be politically incorrect”, an intrepid group of airline passengers finally decided to take matters into their own hands.

August 22, 2006

Kofi Annan Again Blasts Israel

Filed under: The United Nations,War On Terror - 22 Aug 2006

United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan Saturday blasted Israel for what he characterized as a violation of ceasefire in Lebanon saying that he’s “deeply concerned on the issue.”

This is a Religious War

If there are doubts about the title of this article, perhaps it is because we have not thought of this war on Islamic terror as a religious war. But it must be a religious war.

Counterintelligence in a Dangerous World

Filed under: Politics In General - 22 Aug 2006

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has principal responsibility for countering the activities of foreign intelligence services within the United States in order to protect both classified US Government information and proprietary information held by US industry. The CIA is responsible …

August 21, 2006

Is Lieberman Loss Just a Republican Dirty Trick?

If the loony MSM were viewing Joe Lieberman’s primary loss to leftist, Ned Lamont, in any more a convoluted manner, they would be crosseyed, tonguetied, and hogtied. I mean, the backflips they are making to explain this story are so …

KISS: Keep It Simple Stupid

Filed under: Education & Schools,Featured Conservative - 21 Aug 2006

How many times in life have I been reminded of the principle “Keep it simple stupid,” or “Know your audience.” Apparently, I have failed this standard miserably. Many times I have said that it doesn’t matter if the proverbial chicken …

CAIR Continues to Undermine US-Israeli War on Islamic Fascists

Filed under: War On Terror - 21 Aug 2006

In an effort to drive a wedge between two allies in the Middle East who actually fight Islamic Fascists, on Monday, August 28, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) will host a panel discussion on “The Israel Lobby and the …

August 20, 2006

My Diplomats Have Always Been Cowboys

Time ran an article last month proclaiming “The Era of Cowboy Diplomacy Is Over” because of President Bush’s problems with foreign policy. This sentiment has been echoed by Democrats who are quick to jump on any policy failure, real or …

Liberal-Left Confuses Americans About the NSA Surveillance Program

U.S. District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor ruled this week that the communications intercept program conducted by the National Security Agency is unconstitutional. While many are shocked or feigning shock over her decision, this writer wasn’t shocked or surprised at this …

The Folly of Cease-Fires with Terrorists

Now that the United Nations, and other assorted Leftists and dreamers have seen, their hopes for a cease-fire in Lebanon come true, it is time to examine what, exactly, this most inane idea will bring us.

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