Archive for: September 2006

September 27, 2006

Chavez and Ahmadinejad: A Study in Evil

Although our small planet has virtually always been both a study and practical exercise in the battle of good vs. evil, recently this time-immemorial war has been escalating. The world’s history is rife with despots and other tyrannical rulers who …

September 26, 2006

Question for Europe – From 417,000 American Ghosts

Anti American sentiment is on the rise in Europe according to the latest polls. It has even spread to America’s staunchest ally Great Britain. So Much so that British Prime Minister Tony Blair commented recently saying it was “madness” to …

Phoenix’s 9/11 Memorial Blames America?

On September 11th, 2001, Islamofascist murderers killed nearly 3,000 Americans in attacks on non-military targets. Common, every-man citizens on their way to work, or perhaps headed for a vacation or a visit with family, were killed by these murderers. This …

Feds Allow Local Cops More Access to Critical Intelligence

Filed under: American Government - 26 Sep 2006

The National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan represents law enforcement’s commitment to take it upon itself to ensure that the dots are connected, be it in crime or terrorism.

The ACLU’s Christian View of War

In the Monday, September 18th addition of the USA today, a Tennessee minister named Oliver Thomas wrote an op-ed column entitled “A Christian view of war.” While Thomas expressed many sentiments worthy of consideration, he made a fundamental theological error …

Police Organizations Oppose Prop 86 Tax Scheme

Throughout the nation, state governments have been raising taxes on cigarettes under the guise of wishing to help smokers quit a deadly habit. For example, government officials in New Jersey — a group of politicians who never met a …

September 25, 2006

GAO Releases Report on Catastrophic Disaster Response

Filed under: Politics In General - 25 Sep 2006

Hurricane Katrina was the largest, most destructive natural disaster in our nation’s history. The problems experienced in responding to Katrina resulted in a number of investigations–by congressional committees, the White House Homeland Security Council, and others–regarding the preparations for and …

Terrorist Attack in Syria: US Embassies and Personnel Remain Targets

Filed under: War On Terror - 25 Sep 2006

On the day after the fifth anniversary of the 9-11 terror attacks, the US Embassy in Damascus, Syria was attacked by a four-man team that used two vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices. Three of the attackers were killed and one was …

Are We Ignorant Or Are They Violent?

Filed under: Featured Conservative,War On Terror - 25 Sep 2006

Until someone fesses up and we get the truth on the matter, I’ll remain skeptical, to say the least. When it comes to confusion of the positions of Muslims; when it comes to actions vice words, I need to refer …

September 24, 2006

Liberalism Is Destroying The Geneva Convention

Pick your issue, from the environment to “sexual harassment,” to the treatment of captured terrorists, and the liberal take on it is guaranteed to be wrong on every front.

Mexicans Producing Meth That Americans Won’t Produce

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws - 24 Sep 2006

As methamphetamine abuse continues its scourge of the country, state and federal elected officials have worked over the last two years to pass laws restricting sales of over the counter products containing pseudoephedrine.

Revival Fires in America – Where Will They Light

When a church puts a banner out announcing that they are holding a revival that usually means one thing. It means the evangelist is coming to fire up the church. It is said that an expert is only a man …

September 23, 2006

Putting two and two together, what Americans are unwilling to see?

Larry Butrick, assistant U.S. attorney in charge of criminal cases for the U.S. attorney’s office, said “in all likelihood,” the office will appeal, but he wants to wait for the return tomorrow of Ronald Johnson, the assistant U.S. attorney handling …

Fear of ‘Christocrats’ — Or How Christians Should Just shut Up

Filed under: Politics In General,War On Terror - 23 Sep 2006

As Muslims rage across the globe killing people for publishing cartoons and threatening religious leaders for reading the words of an historical figure, some people paradoxically seem to imagine a greater threat looms over the world.

Bringing the GOP Back to Its Conservative Roots: John Cox

John Cox is sure to remind anyone who’ll listen that two of the nation’s greatest presidents — Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan — came from his home-state of Illinois. He hints that maybe it’s that time in history when a …

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