Archive for: February 2007

February 13, 2007

Loyalty to an Ideal or to a Person?

The Republican Party suffered a blow in the 2006 elections, losing control of both houses of Congress. Many have hoped that the party would analyze the results of that election and correct the problems before the 2008 elections. However, the …

February 12, 2007

US Border Patrol Agents: Someone Might ‘Splain to Andrew McCarthy

Filed under: Immigration - 12 Feb 2007

In a recent National Review Online commentary piece, Andrew McCarthy blasts and issues ad hominem attacks against WorldNet Daily, the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin’s Sara Carter—and me—for writing exposés on DHS Agents who lied in their provision of bogus “evidence” …

Martin Luther King, Jr., On Trial for Being a Communist

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,History - 12 Feb 2007

What was the first thing that ran through your head when you read that headline? Did it confuse you? Maybe you were shocked? Perhaps you were even angered? I am sure a few even said something like “At last” …

Is George W. Bush No Longer Fit for Command?

Filed under: American Government,Immigration - 12 Feb 2007

Does George W. Bush ever read objective news about the impact that “good hearted, hardworking” illegal aliens are having in America?

Political and Moral Dissolution

Liberals’ head-in-the-sand urge to pull troops out of Iraq is nothing new. Western democracies, entranced with liberal Progressivism, have failed repeatedly to preserve social and political stability. In words that apply to public opinion today, Walter Lippmann, in The …

February 11, 2007

A Friend On A Mission

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 11 Feb 2007

Most people in America focus on gaining ever more money, power and status. Once in a great while, you come across someone who could have these treasures abundantly, but chooses not to seek them. Instead, he or she strives for a higher purpose in life. This is a story of such a person.

About five years ago, I would journey across Tampa every Monday night to the Seminole Heights area to attend a Bible study with about 100 other men. I had been doing this for a few years, and over time I had become the treasurer of the group.

It’s Not Whether You Win or Lose

Filed under: Potpourri,Religion & Faith - 11 Feb 2007

I’m not one who lives for sports, but there are some I really like; football is definitely on that list. I still remember last year’s Super Bowl. Not because it was a great game, but because it was such a …

US Government Lied About Border Patrol Agents

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,Immigration - 11 Feb 2007

In order to gain a conviction against US Border Patrol Agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean, the US Department of Homeland Security has admitted it lied to Congress. DHS Inspector General Richard L. Skinner, testifying before the Subcommittee of the …

Global Warming: Just Another Liberal Orthodoxy

An astounding range of absurd ideas have been incorporated into the “mainstream” of modern America, based not on any inherent merit, but rather on the benefits to liberalism that can be derived from them. So much of today’s “conventional wisdom” …

February 10, 2007

British Accent – The only difference Between Madalyn O’Hair and Richard Dawkins

Filed under: Religion & Faith,Science & Technology - 10 Feb 2007

Richard Dawkins not surprisingly is emerging as the world’s most famous atheist at a time when the fundamentalism of secular science is in debut.

Twenty-Four Years Later, It’s “Star Wars” to the Rescue

For on March 23, 1983, President Ronald Reagan revealed to the American people his vision for the nation’s protection by asking this question:

Get A New Job!

The current race for the White House resembles drive-time on an L.A. freeway: more traffic than the road was intended to bear, everyone jockeying for a place in the fast lane and a bit of road-rage. For people in the …

Of Nancy Pelosi, Air Travel, and “Military Free” San Francisco

As nearly everyone knows, Speaker Nancy Pelosi hails from San Francisco, the most liberal-infested city in all of America. The Sodom and Gomorrah of contemporary civilization. The antithesis to logic, reason, rule of law, and rational Republicanism.

February 9, 2007

Please Big Daddy Government Save Us!

Filed under: Politics In General,The Nanny State - 09 Feb 2007

New York State Senator Carl Kruger really feels with every fiber of his little bleeding heart that government is the solution to all the really pressing problems in society. In particular he thinks that government is the best way …

America Urgently Needs President Michael Savage in 2008!

Filed under: Politics In General - 09 Feb 2007

Did I hear the news correctly? Michael Savage is mulling a run for the presidency? Hallelujah! President Michael Savage in the Oval Office would be a blessing to America, and would be a positive answer to …

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