Archive for: May 2007

May 31, 2007

The New Evangelicals – Busy Sweeping Out Spider Webs

Filed under: Politics In General,Religion & Faith - 31 May 2007

Some forty years past I had to look up the word “apostasy.” In the Bible it refers to the church in the last days being influenced by faithlessness, liberalism and secularism. Sadly I have witnessed this trend gaining and now …

Unexpected Benefits of Adversity

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 31 May 2007

Sunday’s sermon at the Black Rock-Long Ridge Congregational Church (North Stamford, Connecticut) was delivered by Rev. Kevin Butterfield. His message was the need to let go, to move out of our comfort zones and become witnesses to the unchurched, secular …

Self-Fulfilling Prophecy and Just Sheer Propaganda

Filed under: Immigration - 31 May 2007

Whatever one thinks about the most, they bring to them. That is what a lot of the self-help people claim however I think about money a lot and it hasn’t come yet. Seriously though it does work in most …

America in Crisis: Rosie and Cindy Throw Bras Out!

In an unprecedented shakeup in the American feminist movement, two female intellectuals have shredded their bras in dramatic protests of authority and establishment norms. Rosie O’Donnell, America’s foremost lesbian and military expert specializing in Middle East warfare and Islamic …

Contemplating the Gift of Freedom

In Taranto’s, “Best of the Web Today,” is a mention about U.S. military officials who, while raiding an al-Qaeda safe house in Iraq, discovered crude drawings depicting torture methods such as a “blowtorch to the skin” and “eye removal.” Soldiers …

May 30, 2007

Exporting Inflation to China

Our failure to maintain a sound currency guarantees a trade imbalance with China and threatens a repetition of the stagflation of the 1970s. Republican and Democratic politicians, through ignorance of economics or sheer perversity, have for three quarters of …

Today We Rise and Fight

Filed under: American Society & Heritage,Immigration - 30 May 2007

Today is a brand new day. Today is one more day that we have to let our leaders know under no circumstance will we accept this bill or S.2611, the precursor to this bill. We will not be good democrats …

Is the “O’Malley Curse” Hindering Barry Bonds?

Filed under: Potpourri - 30 May 2007

As a lifelong Los Angeles Dodgers fan, I am genetically at odds with anything and everything associated with “our” arch rivals, the San Francisco Giants. My disaffection for all things SF Giants includes the club’s superstar, the insufferable Mr. …

Treachery Against American Civilization

Filed under: Immigration - 30 May 2007

Senate Bill 1348, giving mass amnesty to 20 million illegal aliens, proves a treacherous and outrageous act against our civilization by Congress and President Bush. “Every aspect of the current immigration bill, and of the arguments made for it, …

A Classic Bad Republican/Good Environmentalist Story – Despite Facts

Reuters wants us to know that Republican Senators who block honors for “environmentalist pioneers” are bad but they don’t want to just come right out and say so, of course. So, they write a story that presents the environut in …

May 29, 2007

War on Terror: Securing and Stabilizing Afghanistan

Filed under: War On Terror - 29 May 2007

Since 2001, the United States has appropriated over $15 billion to help secure, stabilize, and reconstruct Afghanistan. In February 2007, the administration requested $12.3 billion in additional funding to accelerate some of these efforts to prevent the conflict-ridden nation from …

American Muslims Ready to Attack USA?

Filed under: War On Terror - 29 May 2007

I have waited for about a week to comment on a new Pew poll that queried over a thousand Muslims living in the United States. The reason I held back from commenting on the unnerving (some publications have called them …

Maher O’Donnell Hagee and Hagee – Not the Law Firm

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Religion & Faith - 29 May 2007

Great American contrasts are produced by controversial figures everyday in the land of the free. Some of them lead to heated verbal responses, while others leave us speechless. Freedom and speechlessness may be the great American non sequitur.

May 28, 2007

Our country, Wrong or Right – Honor Whether We Agree Or Not

Filed under: American Military,History - 28 May 2007

Memorial Day always seems so much more poignant when we have our soldiers in harm’s way as we have these last several years in Afghanistan, Iraq and around the world. As we set our minds to remember the sacrifices of …

Memorial Day (USA) 2007

Filed under: American Military - 28 May 2007

I am tired of hearing people say they support the troops but then say we should run from conflicts. Just because you profess that we should not be involved, doesn’t not mean you have the right to profess treason. …

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