Archive for: January 15, 2007

January 15, 2007

Should Martin Luther King Day Be a National Holiday?

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 15 Jan 2007

Although I am most grateful for the paid day off on Martin Luther King day, I have reservations about the propriety of making the occasion of his birth a national holiday.

Success! Illegal Alien Cop-Killer in US Custody

Filed under: Crime and Punishment,Immigration - 15 Jan 2007

An illegal alien cop-killer, who escaped capture by returning to Mexico and evading capture for almost four years, is now in US law enforcement custody. This killing ignited outrage across the United States.

Sec. Rice Attacked by Sen. Boxer Over Childlessness

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 15 Jan 2007

Is it not outrageous that Senator Barbara Boxer (Dem, Cal) verbally attacked Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for not having children as Rice appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Thursday to discuss the Administrations position on Bush’s Iraq …

Michigan: The Islamic Capital of the US

As of 2005, Michigan held the largest and still growing Muslim population in the United States and the second largest Arab population outside of the Middle East. Outside of Muslim-run countries, Paris—which still experiences nightly vehicle torchings and mayhem in …

Washington Versus America: Grim “Two Party” Reality

Despite the complete disdain that conservative America holds towards former Assistant Attorney General Jamie Gorelick, it is hardly likely that she actually intended to help Bin Laden’s terrorists to successfully perpetrate the September 11 attacks. Rather, her goal was to …