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December 31, 2007

The Save Act – Who Will It Save?

Filed under: Immigration - 31 Dec 2007

As everyone knows the Save Act is supposed to be the be all end all solution to illegal immigration. I disagree. I believe it to be a backdoor way to allow illegal immigrants to live and move freely among …

Walking a Fine Line

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Immigration - 31 Dec 2007

A Barack Obama campaign handout taped to the wall at Los Sauces, a restaurant in the heart of Des Moines’s Little Mexico, is like nothing on display at the typical Iowa campaign rally. On it, the Democratic presidential candidate greets …

Leaders Converge on Iowa to Expose Huckabee!

Filed under: Immigration,In The News - 31 Dec 2007

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) is launching an effort in Iowa today to warn GOP voters about the pro Amnesty stances of McCain, Giuliani, and especially Mike Huckabee who is trying to deceive voters with a tough immigration stance …

Illegals Aliens Say Adios, America Says Gracias!

Filed under: Immigration - 31 Dec 2007

As one who is adamant in the belief that English should be the only language in America, I am loathe to use Spanish for any purpose whatsoever. However, I am tempted to make an exception for the great news …

The Wrong Kind of Room Service

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 31 Dec 2007

The rise of the internet and the massive expansion of telecommunications networks have allowed individuals access to goods, services, and one another on an unprecedented level. Business mavens and economists hail the technology revolution, while social commentators question note the …

It’s a Grinch Thing

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Religion & Faith - 31 Dec 2007

Two thousand years ago, a man was born in Judea (a region of modern-day Israel). During three years of His adult life He preached a social philosophy similar to what many might call “The Golden Rule.” He gained a large …

December 30, 2007

The Secret Scientific Debate On Global Warming

Filed under: Science & Technology - 30 Dec 2007

The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) gave a grim assessment of the impact of global climate change in a new report dated November 17, 2007. According to the Panel’s latest report, the build-up of carbon dioxide on Earth …

What Might Christmas Be Like Under President Hillary Clinton?

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 30 Dec 2007

When deciding whether or not to vote for Hillary Clinton next November, one should be mindful of how Christmas might change with a socialist, feminist, Mexi-nazi in the White House. Such changes might include the following:

Same Party, Different Style

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 30 Dec 2007

In Iowa, the Republican presidential race has come down to two former governors who offer caucus goers a stark choice. It’s the pulpit vs. the boardroom, poverty vs. privilege, passion vs. preparedness. Mike Huckabee loves homespun tales and self-deprecating jokes. …

Aching for An Oppressed Minority to Support? Think Mitt Romney!

Filed under: The Democrats,The Republicans - 30 Dec 2007

Bleeding heart types looking for a “minority cause” to advocate on behalf of in the 2008 presidential elections are torn between the candidacies of a woman, two African- Americans, a Hispanic, and a former mayor of Cleveland who is more …

Clinton’s Right-Hand Woman Scrambles for a Win in Iowa

Filed under: The Democrats - 30 Dec 2007

DES MOINES, Iowa — With snow and sleet pounding her hotel window, campaign manager Patti Solis Doyle dialed in to an early-morning strategy debate a few weeks ago among the top advisers of Hillary Clinton, who were bickering over stumbles …

The Church of Huck: Growing Government in the Name of Religion

Just for the record, I share Huck’s faith in Jesus Christ. Not only have I no problem with religion in public life, I also understand that one can’t really separate a person’s world view from his politics. The …

Hillary Clinton, “Elect Me & Lower Oil Prices”

I’m sure the statement Hillary Clinton made at the Manchester YWCA was made in the heat of the moment. “Elect me and oil prices will instantly drop!” Her comments were based on the assumption she would scare the oil producing …

December 29, 2007

A Web Troll’s Toll on the Clinton Campaign

Filed under: Politics In General - 29 Dec 2007

FORT MITCHELL, Ky. — In Norse mythology, trolls steal babies and leave their own shape-shifting offspring behind. On the Internet, they just steal attention. As candidates increasingly use the Internet to build political bridges, their message boards have become …

Are You In the Christmas Spirit? How Can You Be Certain?

Filed under: Potpourri - 29 Dec 2007

Being in the “Christmas Spirit” is a very serious civic responsibility which is not to be taken lightly. Although it is probably not specifically mandated by the U.S. Constitution, being in the “Spirit” is nearly as important as voting, paying …

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