Archive for: January 10, 2007

January 10, 2007

While We Sit In Our Comfotable Home

Twenty-one-year-old Army Spc. Michael Crutchfield died Saturday from a non-combat injury. He might still be alive today if the leaders in our country were not divided regarding what we’re trying to accomplish in Iraq. Michael might have felt more certainty, …

“Snake Eyes” Takes Aim on American Troops

Since officially shattering the glass ceiling last week, Speaker Nancy Pelosi has launched into a legislative agenda that could easily convert Washington, D.C. into the most socialist city in the world. Following her first round on the …

We Must Negotiate with Iraqi Terrorists and Insurgents Say ‘Experts’

Filed under: War On Terror - 10 Jan 2007

Chronicle staff writer, Robert Collier, wants the US to “negotiate” with the radical, Islamist, terrorists and the old guard Saddamists that are vexing Iraq’s attempts to move into the 21st century preventing them in their laudable attempt to build …

Barack Obama and the Making of a Vice President

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 10 Jan 2007

Ever since his “coming-out party” in 2004 as the keynote speaker at the Democratic National Convention in Boston, Massachusetts, Obama has garnered much fawning praise, and is now considered as a contender for the White House in 2008.

G.W Bush and His “January Surprise”

Filed under: Politics In General - 10 Jan 2007

With most of the world anxiously awaiting the president’s announcement concerning new plans for the war in Iraq, beltway insider Opel Bijiquiovarti reports that Bush will rock America and all of the world with a “January Surprise.”

The Big Lie About Immigration Enforcement

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Immigration - 10 Jan 2007

How many times have we heard mayors and governors, when faced with complaints regarding illegal aliens, claim that their police officers aren’t authorized or trained to enforce immigration laws? Too many times, if you ask me. Well, either these …