Archive for: October 2006

October 16, 2006

Meanwhile, North Korea Was Building A Nuke

The dust has yet to settle in the wake of a possible North Korean nuclear weapon test, and accounts of the nature of the event differ greatly. Stories of the detonation range from its being a success, yielding up to …

October 15, 2006

American Jihadist First to Be Indicted for Treason in Terrorism War

Filed under: Our Laws,War On Terror - 15 Oct 2006

Adam Yehiye Gadahn, who appears frequently in Al-Qaeda propaganda videotapes, became the first person charged with treason in the War on Terrorism on Wednesday. He is also being charged with providing material support to terrorists.

Crime Does Not Pay – Except on American Television

The film industry must warn the public about violence when deciding what rating a movie must carry. Yet on any night of the week upwards of two hundred million Americans are watching thousands of violent acts on their own televisions. …

October 14, 2006

Phoenix Man Attempted to Create Biological Weapon

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 14 Oct 2006

Denys Ray Hughes, 59, of Phoenix, Arizona, was sentenced on Monday by United States District Court Judge Earl H. Carroll to 87 months in prison for the Attempted Production of a Biological Toxin for Use as a Weapon, and Possession …

Mark Foley Should Ask to Amend His Disclosures

What really happened with Mark Foley? I mean besides the fact that he was scoping out young male pages for possible sexual relationships both in the flesh and in cyberspace? Really when you get right down to it …

Defending the Right to Hate (Part 2)

Several months ago I wrote a column in which I defended the right of Fred Phelps and the Westboro Baptist Church to stage protests at the funeral sites of soldiers killed in the Global War on Terror. Despite many legal …

October 13, 2006

School Safety Becomes Hot-Button Political Issue Again

In the aftermath of the senseless murder of young children attending an Amish school in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, school safety is once again being discussed within the Beltway.

The Underrepresented Conservative Base

Tune your television to any political talk show during this venomous electoral season, and you’re bound to hear a bunch of pundits speculating on the future of the Republican party. Even before the Mark Foley e-diddling scandal broke a couple …

SHADDAP II: Electric SHADDAP You!

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 13 Oct 2006

After the warm response I received from my first “SHADDAP” column (titled appropriately enough “SHADDAP!”), I thought it would be a good idea to come up with another list of people who really need to be told to shut their …

A United Nations Story: The Beast on the East River

Filed under: The United Nations - 13 Oct 2006

The corruption of the UN is a common theme among its detractors. However, the true nature of the UN is not merely corrupt or petulant; it is outright subversive.

October 12, 2006

A Forgiveness That’s Out of this World

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 12 Oct 2006

The ability to forgive and forget has never been a strong suit of mine. It’s been said with some justification that I suffer from Irish Alzheimer’s: Forgetting everything but the grudges.

Marxist Subversion and Perversion of America’s Youth

A recent edition of the Hopewell News, a Virginia newspaper reported, “A Richmond attorney…has advised the Prince George County School Board not to block a proposed Gay-Straight Alliance club from forming at Prince George High School.” “Should the issue …

Feds to Correct Mistakes with Terrorism Watch List

Filed under: American Government,War On Terror - 12 Oct 2006

Lately, there appears to be more and more stories of names being erroneously placed on the federal government’s Terrorism Watch List. Last Sunday, CBS TV’s 60 Minutes aired a segment on some of the list’s shortcomings and the difficulties being …

Ooooo! I’m DYIN’!

Filed under: The Democrats,The Republicans - 12 Oct 2006

The title line is from the vintage Bugs Bunny cartoons; it’s something Bugs would shriek when the irony just got to be too much.
Whether or not Democrat operatives were involved in the timing of the release of …

October 11, 2006

Leftists; Enemies of Free Speech

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 11 Oct 2006

There are some great lies told in the world. The check is in the mail, for example, is an oft-repeated mistruth. When we hear it, we know, from experience, it is a lie. Likewise, when we hear someone from the …

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