Archive for: August 2006

August 17, 2006

Lieberman: Eighteen years and no gold watch

When observing the recent Connecticut democratic primary, which put an end to the incumbency of Senator Joe Lieberman, you have to wonder about the direction the liberals are taking this party. Recall that only six years ago, Lieberman was the …

August 16, 2006

Clintons Played Footsies with Terrorists

Whenever I hear New York Senator Hillary Clinton talk tough about terrorism, I’m always surprised that a bolt of lightning doesn’t strike her atop her $3,000.00 haircut. If I wasn’t so angered by her calculating rhetoric I’d probably roll on …

Infertile Minds: Behold the voices of “science”

Filed under: Abortion,Science & Technology - 16 Aug 2006

The way that the media define our national debate over embryonic stem cell research is that one side represents science, while the other, by default, is anti-scientific. Some liberals have even used the issue to accuse pro-life conservatives of waging …

Europe’s Continued Moral Confusion

Post modernism has a such a death grip on Europe that it has opened the door for Islamofascism to take root in its ancient soils, to grow becoming one of Europe’s most immanent internal threats raising the level of fear …

Judeo-Christianity and the Constitution

In 1639 representatives from the Puritan towns of Windsor, Hartford, and Wethersfield in the Connecticut River Valley assembled in Hartford to create the world’s first written constitution that established a functioning government. It was the progenitor of the Constitution …

August 15, 2006

Just my rambling mind

Filed under: Immigration,Religion & Faith - 15 Aug 2006

Most everyone knows I am a Catholic, I attend Sunday Mass regularly, I do not agree with everything the church mandates since I also believe that any time you 100% agree with any church without any hesitation you have joined …

UN Ceasefire Will Allow Terrorists to Rearm

UN Resolution 1701 is a Pablum-like gruel, being served up in place of more nutritious shredded wheat or grape nuts. In other words, it is some as yet unidentified foodstuff that contains little to no texture or substance. Instead, it …

Cease-Fire Deal Is Defeat for Israel

Filed under: War On Terror - 15 Aug 2006

After weeks of intense fighting between Hezbollah and Israel, the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution designed to end the current conflict in the Middle East. The cease-fire deal represents a clear victory for Hezbollah and a defeat for …

Analysis – Arabs and Israelis Unhappy with UN Resolution

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 15 Aug 2006

The Arab League and Israeli lawmakers are already complaining about the terms of UN Security Council Resolution 1701. The controversial resolution calls for a cease-fire between Israel and Hezbollah, but doesn’t single out Israel as the primary aggressor, which was …

August 14, 2006

NYPD Beats ACLU in Court Battle Over Anti-Terrorism Program

A US appeals court ruled in favor of New York City Police Department conducting random bag searches at subway station entrances throughout the city. The court said that it viewed the random searches “as an adequate method to curb terrorism.” …

Who Will Benefit From The Lieberman Debacle?

So the dearest dreams of the extreme-left have come true. Joe Lieberman (D.-CT), historically a very liberal Senator from a very liberal state, was nonetheless defeated by primary challenger Ned Lamont, who can now boast a greater acceptance among the …

Searching For Heroes At The Movies

Rarely these days do you see a movie that would make John Wayne proud. In an age of moral equivalence, heroes at the movies have become hard to find. “World Trade Center” is a good film because it …

Democrats Must Stop Waffling

We hear endless criticism of the administration’s foreign policy. It is long past time for Democrats to tell us exactly what they plan to do after they order troop pull-outs in Iraq.

August 13, 2006

President Putin, Middle East Arms Merchant

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 13 Aug 2006

Russia’s cash-strapped defense, biotechnology, chemical, aerospace, and nuclear industries continued to be eager to raise funds via exports and transfers. Some Russian universities and scientific institutes also showed a willingness to earn much-needed funds by providing WMD or missile-related …

Lamont’s ‘Message’ A ‘Sour’ Electorate – Conservative Message? Fuggidaboutit!

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 13 Aug 2006

It is interesting how the MSM covered the primaries this year. Especially the Lieberman/Lamont fight in Connecticut, naturally. But, looking over the coverage I saw a strange difference in how the MSM treated the Connecticut race and one not so …

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