Archive for: October 2006

October 25, 2006

MINUTEMAN PROJECT SENDS DEMAND LETTER TO COLUMBIA

Filed under: Immigration - 25 Oct 2006

Columbia University, NY – Leftist Columbia students destroyed civility and assaulted academic freedom when they disrupted the Republican Club sponsored event by storming the stage at Roone Arledge Auditorium on Oct 4, physically preventing Minuteman Project founder Jim Gilchrist from …

5 YEARS LATER, THE THREAT OF ANTHRAX IS REAL

Filed under: War On Terror - 25 Oct 2006

This October marks the fifth anniversary of another terrorist attack against the United States. While the horrors of 9/11 are etched in our collective memories, the Anthrax attacks of October 2001 are a faint memory and something we need …

Why are the Dems Already Claiming Victory?

By now, we have all seen this business where the Media Dinosaurs are touting the upcoming midterm elections as already in the bag for the Democrats. But, we are also starting, just this week, to see stories disputing that assumption.

Hugo Chavez: Pat Robertson was right

On August 23, 2005, Christian broadcaster and one-time presidential hopeful Pat Robertson called for United States intelligence operatives to assassinate Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, calling him “a terrific danger” bent on exporting Communism and Islamic extremism across the Americas.

Word Games: “Undocumented Immigrants” or “Illegal Aliens” ?

Filed under: Immigration,Uncategorized - 25 Oct 2006

“Immigrants Built America” and “We are all Immigrants” are popular slogans at pro-illegal alien protests and in jargon used by those who favor open borders, regardless of the impact on America’s homeland security, economy or culture.

October 24, 2006

Conservatives Who Won’t Vote GOP Deserve Lost Influence!

Many of us are quite mad at the GOP today. And we are 100% right to be mad. Republicans today have become worse spenders than the Democrats, seem to have walked away from the Conservative principle of smaller government, and …

America Must be Willing to use its Military Might

War is many things. It is ugly, it is obscene, it is horrific, and terrible. At the same time, it is sometimes very necessary, and in certain cases, fighting a just war is far more humane than choosing the route …

The Paradox of Liberty

Liberal educators accord to John Stuart Mill’s essay “On Liberty” the status of holy scripture. Mill’s particular version of liberty, essentially that of the ACLU, is a prescription for anarchy degenerating into tyranny.

Ending the US-Mexico War

Filed under: Immigration - 24 Oct 2006

Despite the fact that politicians in America and Mexico will not admit it, the two North American neighbor nations are engaged in war.

October 23, 2006

Detecting Nuclear Material at Seaports: Easier Said Than Done

Filed under: American National Security,War On Terror - 23 Oct 2006

With President George W. Bush signing legislation that will require American seaports to use radiological detection as part of protecting the US from a nuclear attack, the hard part of fulfilling the President’s mandate is at hand.

America’s Problems Foreign and Domestic – The Combined Speeds Factor

Filed under: Religion & Faith,Uncategorized - 23 Oct 2006

Anyone who is familiar with Einstein’s theory of relativity knows about the combined speeds factor. National behavior and foreign responses are on a collision course. What does that mean?

October 22, 2006

Dutch Author Hiding from Islamic Extremists in Holland

Filed under: Religion & Faith,War On Terror - 22 Oct 2006

From 1998 until 2006, W.G. Van Dorian worked as an attorney in Criminal Law and Immigration Law in The Netherlands and Aruba. As such, Van Dorian came into close contact with terrorism and religious extremism.

Consequences of a Democratic Victory

As the mid-term election cycle comes full circle, it seems as though everyone in the country has all but conceded that the Democratic Party will win the House of Representatives, and possibly the Senate. Of course, in light of recent …

Kim Jong be-Il-lin’

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,The Democrats - 22 Oct 2006

With the recent news that North Korea tested a nuclear weapon, the world is left asking one question: Will Samuel L. Jackson sign on for a sequel to “Snakes on a Plane”? Yes, our mindset towards North Korea’s nuclear program …

October 21, 2006

Illegal Immigration: Time to Get Tough

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws,Uncategorized - 21 Oct 2006

Douglas S. Massey in a recent biased report, “Backfire at the Border: Why Enforcement without Legalization Cannot Stop Illegal Immigration,” funded by the open-borders Cato Institute, argues that enforcement of the border is unfeasible.

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