Archive for: September 2006

September 23, 2006

Disney / ABC deserve credit-Sept. 11th ABC movie

Filed under: War On Terror - 23 Sep 2006

It is rare, rare indeed when a major media entity bucks the trend, and does what it believes in. Recently ABC under Disney’s guidance aired the $40 million production, “The Path to 9/11″. This was a five hour-two night portrayal …

How to Handle Iran

The big game of nuclear chicken being played between the United Nations and Iran is over. After threats of harsh sanctions against Iran, President I’vebeenadinnerjacket said he would defy the UN and continue his nuclear program.

September 22, 2006

The Laughter of Ahmadinejad

It has now been almost a month since the United Nations demanded that Iran cease it’s enrichment of uranium or face sanctions from the world community. Sadly, the united front demonstrated during the passing of the U.N. Security Council’s resolution …

The Choice in November

Filed under: The Democrats,The Republicans - 22 Sep 2006

Like many conservatives, there are a number of reasons why I am disappointed with the Bush administration and unhappy with the Republican-controlled Congress. With control of the White House and both houses of Congress, so much was possible and yet …

McCain’s Folly: Suspected Terrorists Suing United States

With US Senators John McCain, Lindsey Graham and John Warner leading the charge to prevent defining what is and is not torture, as was requested by President George W. Bush — besides the danger to Americans and their property — …

September 21, 2006

And We’re The Barbarians?

Filed under: Political Correctness Run Amok,War On Terror - 21 Sep 2006

To listen to the nonsensical debate about how we should treat terrorists taken from the field of battle going on between the far and not so far political left one might wonder who the real barbarians are. While radical …

New Report Alleges Problems with Death Penalty

The report was released by a group of Florida lawyers and jurists whom critics say are left-wing activists who have always opposed capital punishment. Florida is one of the leading states to impose the death penalty and to execute those …

A Farewell to Armitage

After three years of accusations, media appearances, and heated exchanges, the Valerie Plame situation has gone from a bang to a fizzle. The media played a huge role in bringing us the details of Plamegate, as well as appearances by …

Torture what it really is

It would seem that the liberals have suddenly lost their taste for torture since they seemed to be quite hungry for it early in the Clinton administration. How many of you remember Waco?

Yes! A Celebrity Purge!

Oh, but isn’t this going to conjure up images of cattle cars, gas chambers and Stygian vaults of torture where the most outspoken of the celebrity Blame America Firsters spend the very short remainder of their lives shrieking under the …

September 20, 2006

There’s the Truth, Then There’s What the Saudis Say

The American left has been quickly losing their collective mind with an ever-escalating indulgence in wild conspiracy theories that began in earnest during Bush’s first election in 2000.

Illegal Immigration: Hispanics Ban White Authors

Filed under: American Society & Heritage,Immigration - 20 Sep 2006

As the reconquista and invasion of the Southwestern United States continues, Hispanics have basically declared war on “gringo culture.”

The Calling of Our Generation

Filed under: Featured Conservative,War On Terror - 20 Sep 2006

“The war against this enemy is more than a military conflict. It is the decisive ideological struggle of the 21st century, and the calling of our generation.” These are the words of President Bush on September 11, five years after …

Churches Firebombed by Members of the “Religion of Peace”

Filed under: War On Terror - 20 Sep 2006

Early Sunday morning in the West Bank, two more churches were firebombed by members of the “Religion of Peace” as anger over the Pope’s comments grew throughout the Muslim world.

Time for NATO to Step Up to the Plate

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 20 Sep 2006

United States Marine Corps General James L. Jones recently called upon member countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to send an additional 2,000 to 2,500 troops to Afghanistan to supplement the nearly 20,000 already taking part in military operations …

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