Archive for: November 2006

November 17, 2006

The Spiraling Cost of “Free”

We all know how great it feels to be offered something for nothing. Most of us have rushed to the store to cash a coupon for a “free” item happily. But while the price to us on the …

Senator Clinton’s Empty Rhetoric

Filed under: The Democrats,War On Terror - 17 Nov 2006

“When I come to Washington, I feel despair. When I’m in Iraq with my commanders, when I talk to my soldiers and Iraqi leadership, they are not despairing,” said General John Abizaid, the head of US Army’s Central Command or …

MSM Can’t Bring Themselves to Say Democrat Extremists

Filed under: The Democrats,War On Terror - 17 Nov 2006

It has been interesting, to say the least, to watch the MSM twist itself into knots trying to report this story of Pelosi backing the extremist Murtha for Party leadership over the objections of the so-called “blue dog” Democrats who …

What Would Be Your Answer?

It has never been more apparent than in recent years just how much people take freedom for granted. The recent debate over “under God” in the pledge has grown like wildfire. Frankly, I believe it is their freedom to refuse …

November 16, 2006

Is America the Last Home for Those Who Love the God of Love

Filed under: Religion & Faith,Uncategorized - 16 Nov 2006

The coming apostasy (falling away) of the church is for some of us the most dreaded prophecy the Bible predicts. It may look like the world would be better off with John Lennon’s world with no religions but in fact …

Election 2008: Tancredo, Gilchrist or Dobbs?

Filed under: The Republicans - 16 Nov 2006

The GOP is in serious trouble. All conservatives I know are furious that the pro-amnesty Mel Martinez will be the new RNC Chair. A GOP county chair recently said to me, “If the GOP continues to move to the …

Media Constantly Misreports Abuse of Women in Islamic Countries

Filed under: Religion & Faith,War On Terror - 16 Nov 2006

I can only assume that the media is walking on eggshells, fearing that Muslims will claim “racism” or blame them for “intolerance” when it comes to properly identifying abuse of women in the Islamic world. Why else would they shy …

Aliens Sentenced for Hostage Taking and Smuggling Operation

Filed under: Immigration - 16 Nov 2006

Four aliens were sentenced in connection with a hostage taking and alien smuggling operation. The suspects were arrest on June 26 in Austin, Texas. Fernando Lopez-Ugarte, 21, a citizen of Mexico, was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison. …

Will Murtha Become the House Majority Leader for the Party of Ethics?

Filed under: The Democrats - 16 Nov 2006

With Rep. John Murtha seemingly destined to become the majority leader in the House of Representatives, I thought it appropriate to dig up an article published on December 3, 2005. I added a couple of updates to the article

November 15, 2006

I am glad he is not my son

Filed under: Politics In General - 15 Nov 2006

I have heard people call him Hitler; I have heard them call him Benedict Arnold and names I care not even to repeat. I remember a day when we all just wanted to see him and know he was OK …

A Divided Iraq

Filed under: War On Terror - 15 Nov 2006

Strategic Forecasting, a private intelligence company based in Austin, Texas, recently reported that jihadist groups in Iraq are attempting to create an independent region in Sunni-dominated areas. The jihadists recognize that there is a concerted drive among the Shiite and …

Gen. Pace’s Alternative to the Iraq Study Group

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 15 Nov 2006

One of the obvious shortcomings of the blue-ribbon panel, Iraq Study Group, is the reliance on politicians and the absence of military command officers who’ve actually led troops on the fields of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan.

November 14, 2006

I Pledge Allegiance

I pledge allegiance to the old man in the wheel chair, to old to turn back time, to a time when he knew nothing of the world we know today where nothing matters anymore until you get your way. I …

Thoughts On The Election

Filed under: Politics In General,Uncategorized - 14 Nov 2006

Well, first off, let me admit that I was wrong! I am on record as saying that Sen. Feingold’s recommendation that President Bush be censured was Feingold’s initial salvo in his presidential election campaign. Local newspapers and national media both …

America – United We Stand Divided We Are

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 14 Nov 2006

United we stand, divided we fall is a saying that can be spoken and understood even by a child. In America it has a different connotation, here with our two party system the saying could be altered to, United we …

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