Archive for: March 2007

March 31, 2007

The Controversy Over Data Mining

The government’s interest in using technology to detect terrorism and other threats has led to increased use of data mining. A technique for extracting useful information from large volumes of data, data mining offers potential benefits but also raises privacy …

Have We No Compassion? What About The Haitians?

Filed under: Immigration - 31 Mar 2007

As millions of illegal aliens marched in cities all across America DEMANDING citizenship and full rights after ignoring US borders and immigration laws, one must cautiously wonder: What next?

It Would Be Nice If We Knew

Filed under: Immigration - 31 Mar 2007

We live in a very busy world where half the time you don’t even know your neighbors and as the past has proven even some of us who thought we did, really didn’t. That being the case you will need …

Anatomy of a Bush Administration Scandal

Day 1: The New York Times reports that President Bush regularly holds clandestine gatherings among his hand-selected cronies, who devise federal policy in secret, as a sort of “shadow government.” The White House issues a press release, explaining …

Two More Good Reasons to Annex Mexico

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Immigration - 31 Mar 2007

In my newly-released book, Annexing Mexico: Solving the Border Problem Through Annexation and Assimilation, I outline an in-depth and quite feasible plan for the peaceful annexation of Mexico and the use of resources already present there (rather than U.S. taxpayer …

March 30, 2007

Yes, It Really Is That Simple

Filed under: Politics In General,The Nanny State - 30 Mar 2007

You can tell when someone has a political agenda that doesn’t mesh with common sense. How you ask? It’s easy to do because one of the first comments to come out of their mouth is to claim “it’s …

Michael Savage Honored With Prestigious Freedom of Speech Award!

Filed under: Potpourri - 30 Mar 2007

In a stunning boost to his White House aspirations, conservative radio talk show superstar Michael Savage has been named the recipient of the TALKERS Magazine Freedom of Speech Award for 2007.

Mostly in Denial about the Fem-Fascists

I first offer an apology to my readers who may be put off by the tone of this week’s column. But as I explain below, I have reached the conclusion that modern-day feminism has become totalitarian in its ideology, tactics, …

Krugman and Friedman – Part One

My neighbor David Lane asked for reactions to Mr. Krugman’s essay, which appeared in the February 15, 2007, edition of “The New York Review of Books.” Mr. Krugman pays tribute to the late Milton Friedman, but disagrees with some aspects …

The Great D.C. Pig-Out!

If a “culture” were dropped into a Petrie dish every time Nancy Pelosi used the words, “culture of corruption” before last year’s election, by the time we’d voted, the country would’ve been awash in bacteria. No matter the topic, she …

March 29, 2007

Art and Degeneration

Filed under: Politics In General - 29 Mar 2007

Art historically expressed the highest aspirations of society. In the 20th century art reversed field.

I Tube, You Tube, We All Tube…

Filed under: Politics In General,Potpourri - 29 Mar 2007

This column is all about me, dammit. Despite all the assumptions to the contrary, I write this column on my own time. I’ve never been paid one thin dime for one word. As I’ve told them, I do it …

Is Global Warming Real? Dr. Katie Couric Says So!

Filed under: Politics In General - 29 Mar 2007

Americans received a special blessing this past week when the issue of global warming, its causes, potential harm to Earth, and the options for reversing this curse on humanity were unveiled.

The Disturbing Words of John Edwards

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 29 Mar 2007

Normally I don’t tune in to 60 Minutes on Sunday evenings, but this past weekend I made an exception so that I could watch the much-publicized Katie Couric interview with Democratic Presidential candidate John Edwards and his wife, Elizabeth. After …

March 28, 2007

U.S. Military Has Lost the PR Battle – But they Can Turn That Around

If this war is another Vietnam fiasco in the end, it will be just as much the fault of the Public Relations arm of the US Military as it is that of the enemy or the Mainstream Media. (Called PAOs …

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