Archive for: January 2007

January 22, 2007

North Carolina Justice Hang ‘em High Then Try ‘em

The liberal bent in North Carolina’s “justice system” has never been more evident than it has been in its trying-in-the-media case of the three Duke University student Lacrosse team players—who were falsely accused of and then charged with rape. Nifong …

January 21, 2007

North America Superhighway Protest

Filed under: Immigration,Uncategorized - 21 Jan 2007

The Iowa Chapter of the Minuteman will protest January 19, 2007 outside the Embassy Suites Hotel in Des Moines, located at 101 Locust Street, in opposition to the Moving America Forward Conference, which seeks to promote the building of a …

Will Israel Attack Iran (Part 2)

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 21 Jan 2007

In November of last year, I wrote an article speculating about whether or not the Israelis would take the matter of Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons into their own hands by launching a preemptive strike against the Islamic Republic.

Democratically Elected?

The truly important determinant of a good political society is, not the mechanics of electing leaders, but the moral culture that shapes citizens’ understanding of the right thing to do. And the atheistic materialism of liberal-socialistic-progressivism has failed miserably in …

Mexican Government Corruption Fuels US Drug Problem

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 21 Jan 2007

Mexico continues to be the source or entry point for the vast majority of the narcotics that are consumed in the US. Mexico is the leading transit country for cocaine and heroin consumed in the US. It is also the …

January 20, 2007

Bloggers Might be Fined $200,000 by the Federal Gov’t

Thomas Paine wrote one of the most famous tracts of the Revolutionary era. Titled “The Rights of Man”, it was a tract that many said, should it not have existed, the Revolution could not have occurred. In fact, historians contend …

Undersecretary General of UN Indicted in Oil-for-Food Case

Filed under: The United Nations - 20 Jan 2007

United Nations Undersecretary General Benon Sevan of Cyprus and Ephraim Nadler, a/k/a “Fred Nadler” of New York City were indicted on charges of bribery and conspiracy to commit wire fraud, in connection with the United Nations Oil-for-Food Program.

Congress Resurgent?

Filed under: American National Security,History - 20 Jan 2007

Will we have a reprise of the post Nixon-era Congressional invasion of the President’s Constitutional powers that led, among other things, to eviscerating the CIA? Congress is reassessing the President’s Constitutional powers, as it did in the aftermath of …

Don’t Just Stand There! Do Nothing!

On January 4th, Democrats took control of the House of Representatives and tenuous control of the Senate. With the change of power comes the possibility of something big government types dread.

January 19, 2007

Is There a National Guard Crisis?

Filed under: American Military,War On Terror - 19 Jan 2007

The September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and the subsequent the global war on terrorism have triggered the largest activation of National Guard forces since World War II.

It’s Time To Take On Big Water

Jennifer Strange was a mild mannered woman with a husband, two sons and a daughter who wanted nice things for her family. But all that changed last week as Mrs. Strange became the latest victim of a radical lobby …

Sabotaging Our Country And Iraq

Filed under: The Democrats,War On Terror - 19 Jan 2007

There is no longer a reason to dance around the topic or mince any words. Those who oppose the president’s new plans for Iraq are trying so to prevent him from doing his job as Commander-In-Chief. They want to render …

Cultural Momentum

Liberal historian Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., often referred to his father’s theory that political standards follow a thirty-year cycle, first conservative, then liberal, and back to conservative, and so on. There is some truth to that observation, but the problem is …

Nifong, Fitzgerald, and Earl: American Justice Defiled

A pattern of abuse is spreading and escalating throughout America, at the hands of out of control public prosecutors, who are clearly pursuing their “duties” with no intention towards justice, but with personal and political agendas. As such, they undermine …

January 18, 2007

George W. Bush’s Early Hurricane Warning to Louisiana

Filed under: Politics In General - 18 Jan 2007

Where does the time go? Here we are just a few months away from the official start of the 2007 hurricane season. It seems like only yesterday Mother Nature was beating up poor black people in New Orleans …

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