Archive for: September 2006

September 30, 2006

National Intelligence Estimate? So What?

Sometimes I envy liberal Democrats. Unlike conservatives, they are permitted to have it both ways. Who permits them to have such a political advantage? Those sanctimonious geniuses working in the mainstream news media.

As American As Baseball, Apple Pie and ‘Hot Moms’?

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 30 Sep 2006

There was a day in American culture when Mom was considered a saint, when a harsh word about her was considered fighting words, when she was placed on a pedestal and revered. There was a time when TV portrayed her …

Celebrity Worship and the Meaning of Words

By now (given my recent writings) you may have correctly deduced that I have declared war on the cult of celebrity. Not all celebrities themselves, to be sure; a growing number of celebrities are “coming out,” as it were, and …

How Would You Like To Be President Right Now?

How would you like to be the president of the U.S. right now? No matter what he does, he is wrong by default. He has to deal with the opposition, not merely of thoughtful critics, but ideologues and third-world bullies …

September 29, 2006

The Pledge I’d Like To See All Political Candiates Take

I, upon signing this document, do hereby swear and affirm under penalty of forfeiture of office and wages, that I shall:

Peace and Patriotism Are Not Related

Sometimes I take a look around at what items and slogans liberals are using to express themselves. I admit that I like a good laugh and liberals seem always able to provide one. So I was perusing a …


Filed under: The United Nations - 29 Sep 2006

Normally, Ted Turner is the last person I’d look to for deep philosophical questions, but he came up with a pretty good one during a CNN interview recently. He asked what the world would be like without the United Nations. …

Judge Made Law

Supreme Court Justice Benjamin Cardozo was a quintessential judicial activist, basing his jurisprudential philosophy on sociology, rather than statute law or legal precedent. From that jurisprudence came the social disintegration of American society in the late 20th century.

NY Times Iraq Report Fodder for Democrat Party

When the mainstream news media and their bosom buddies in the Democrat Party throw accusations around about the conservative-right information machine, most clear-thinking Americans recognize it as a cleverly manufactured smokescreen. The conservatives and Republicans are pikers compared to the …

September 28, 2006

Does the Army Have Enough Soldiers?

If you pay attention to the New York Times, the leadership of the Democratic Party, or the left wing pundits filling the airwaves, you get the impression that the U.S. Army is struggling to find men and women willing to …

Bill Clinton’s Meltdown and Deception on Fox

Americans who watched B.J. Clinton’s performance Sunday morning on Fox News, got a heaping tablespoon of Clintion’s meltdown for their breakfast. It was quite revealing that even in the heat of being defensive, a string of lies, half-truths and conspiracy …

Why I am Not Voting Republican This Fall

A friend of mine recently was surprised when I told him that I am not voting Republican this fall. “You are one of the most conservative people I know,” he said.

September 27, 2006

Live from New York’s U.N. Theatre – The Devil and the Dancing Dictators

As if the UN did not already have a mountain of failures to live down, along comes the two of the worlds most P.T. Barnum like dictators complete with misinformation, ranting and name calling. Diplomacy and civilized discourse itself has …

Los Angeles Man Arrested for Being Saddam Hussein’s US Spy

Filed under: War On Terror - 27 Sep 2006

A Los Angeles, California, man is facing about 20 years in federal prison over allegations that he failed to disclose to the US government that he served as a spy for former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein’s regime.

How mMch Good Will Have We Squandered?

The word of the month is squander. As in, we have squandered all the good will the United States enjoyed after the 9/11 attacks.

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