Archive for: March 2007

March 28, 2007

Brown Is Beautiful? What About Mexico?

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Immigration - 28 Mar 2007

Brown may, in fact, be beautiful. But in Mexico these days, pinko seems to be the dominant hue. In an unbelievable reminder of why Mexico is, and will probably forever remain, a third-world cesspool, last fall President Vicente …

A Soldier who Did Not Die In Vain

Filed under: War On Terror - 28 Mar 2007

“My son did not die in vain.” – Nadia Cadavero Army Spc. Jonathan D. Cadavero called his sister from Baghdad a week before he was killed while proudly serving his country in Iraq. I …

Another Bush Administration Bigwig Pleads Guilty in Corruption Case

James Steven Griles, the former deputy secretary of the Department of the Interior, has pleaded guilty to obstructing the U.S. Senate’s investigation into the corruption allegations surrounding former Washington lobbyist Jack A. Abramoff. Griles, 59, of Falls Church, Va., …

March 27, 2007

Former US Sailor Charged with Terrorism and Espionage

Filed under: War On Terror - 27 Mar 2007

A federal grand jury in Bridgeport, Connecticut, has returned a two-count indictment charging Hassan Abujihaad, formerly known as Paul R. Hall, age 31, of Phoenix, Arizona, with material support of terrorism and disclosing previously classified information relating to the national …

Tim Robbins Two

Stalin recognized that movies in the 1930s had become the most powerful propaganda tool for influencing mass opinion. That’s why he ordered the Communist Party USA to organize Hollywood screenwriters and crafts workers into Communist dominated labor unions.

“Misundestimating” Nancy Pelosi

Filed under: Politics In General - 27 Mar 2007

The events of March 23, 2007 will surely gone down in history as pivotal in defining what America stands for and what Americans are willing to fight for.

Western States Regulate “Interior Designers”, Where’s the Public Interest?

The State legislature of Nevada wants to be sure your home’s Feng Shui is smooth. New Mexico’s officials want to be sure that your “space” is well arranged. They are all about home decor. In fact, it wouldn’t surprise me …

March 26, 2007

Labor Unions: Double-Edged Blade

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 26 Mar 2007

Tuesday’s edition of the Stamford Advocate, my local newspaper, has a front-page article about actor-director Tim Robbins’s attempt to revive public interest in his 1999 film “Cradle Will Rock.” Mr. Robbins, a resident of the adjoining Westchester County town …

Report: Problems Continue in IDing Foreign Nationals Entering US

Filed under: Immigration - 26 Mar 2007

The Department of Homeland Security established the US Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology (US-VISIT) program to collect, maintain, and share data on selected foreign nationals entering and exiting the United States at air, sea and land ports of entry.

A Portrait of a Patriot

Filed under: Politics In General - 26 Mar 2007

There are Liberal patriots and there are Conservative patriots. Being a patriot has nothing to do with how well you disagree. It has nothing to do with how right you think the country is. It is a first step requirement, …

Are You Smarter than a Fifth-grader?

Have you seen the new program called, “Are You Smarter than a Fifth-grader?” I guess it could be called a game show, of sorts. The set-up is this: The contestants are adults; some with college degrees. In a mock classroom, …

March 25, 2007

What if Homosexuality is Biological?

The Rev. R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky., recently penned an article that has both fellow evangelicals and homosexual activists feeling none too gay. Mohler raised the ire of the former …

The Second Most Dangerous Organization in America

While researching a story about a city council race for a local newspaper, I came across one of the most disturbing and disgusting phenomena I’ve yet seen come onto the scene in American politics.

Hillary Headed for a Britney-Style Meltdown?

A few weeks ago Hillary Rodham Clinton surprised a San Francisco audience with the announcement, “I’m not running as a woman candidate.” But then HRC had a change of heart, and on March 6 she unveiled her “I Can Be …

The Door Is Still Wide Open

There will be no moment of silence around the world on the anniversary of their death; there will be no memorial with their names read aloud with a bell tolling after each one. There families will never receive checks totaling …

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