Archive for: May 2007

May 24, 2007

Maybe we should remind them

Filed under: Immigration - 24 May 2007

Perhaps you don’t remember, the flames climbing up the buildings, the people who decided to jump rather than burn to death. Perhaps your memory is faulty and you don’t feel the same apprehension you did when a plane flew above …

You Can Stop America’s Suicide

Filed under: Immigration - 24 May 2007

“No man in the wrong can stand up against a man in the right that keeps on a comin’.” Captain McDonald, Texas Rangers. On Thursday of last week, Senators Kennedy, John McCain, Jon Kyl, Mel Martinez, Arlen Spector, Lindsey …

A silent majority no more

Filed under: Immigration - 24 May 2007

Maybe it is because I have been watching the biography channel tonight and inside 9/11. Or perhaps it is because I read about Deputy Frank Fabiano, who was shot in the face by illegal immigrant, Ezeiquiel Lopez. Or perhaps …

Should Latino Activists Get “the Vote”?

Filed under: Immigration - 24 May 2007

In my recent column “Mexico: Annexation or Desolation”, I pointed out (once again) that the thought process of a goodly number of Americans is tainted by the “well-funded campaigns of those who claim to represent Mexican immigrants and Mexican-Americans at …

Senate Continues to Bypass We-The-People

Filed under: Immigration - 24 May 2007

With yet another indication that the US republic is about to be brought to an end, US lawmakers are doing their best to rapidly push their amnesty for illegals bill through the US Senate. This latest version of the Kennedy-McCain …

Should George W. Bush Resign? Or Should He Retire?

Filed under: Politics In General - 24 May 2007

Nearly one year ago, a major figure in American politics said the following about Bush 43: “If you had a European Prime Minister who experienced what we’ve experienced it would be expected that he would retire or resign.” …

It is the Sovereignty Stupid!

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Immigration - 24 May 2007

The new “comprehensive” immigration reform bill is making quite the splash isn’t it? Is it amnesty? Its detractors certainly seem to think so, while its defenders are aghast that anyone would label it as any form of amnesty. Is it …

May 23, 2007

Dubya’s No Tax Vow–To Illegal Aliens!

Filed under: Immigration,Taxes & Taxation - 23 May 2007

Any American citizen who has had the misfortune of locking horns with the IRS in a dispute over income taxes realizes that the experience can be both frightening and costly. IRS agents are notorious for being hard-nosed, merciless creatures …

Cali Cartel Hit Hard by Feds

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 23 May 2007

Fernando Gutierrez-Cancino, a key participant in the Cali Cartel’s efforts to launder its vast cocaine proceeds, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 40 months in prison on money laundering charges, according to the federal law enforcement officials in New York …

Sorry Dr. Dobson, But There Is A Season For All Things Under Heaven

Filed under: Politics In General - 23 May 2007

Within the GOP there are well-meaning individuals who need to keep their convictions to themselves. Dr. James Dobson, founder of Focus On The Family, spoke words that were intended to tarnish Senator Fred Thompson. On a slow news day, Dobson, …

Greensburg, Kansas: When The Tornado Veers Left

Filed under: Potpourri - 23 May 2007

On April 19, 2000, a stormed gathered on a summer evening in Kansas. Not so unusual an event, nor the tornado watches that accompany so many summer days here in tornado alley. Having lived here since birth, I can tell …

Misguided Christians and Liberals

Some individual Christians, within Evangelicalism and within Catholicism, believe that society should be channeled into “correct” behavioral patterns by political edict. Pope Benedict confronted this materialistic doctrine in his recent journey to Brazil. Variously known as liberation theology or …

May 22, 2007

The Arlen Specter School of Problem Solving and Jurisprudence

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws - 22 May 2007

Arlen Specter has always been an enigma to conservative Republicans. His views are nearly as liberal as those held by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and the senator from Pennsylvania is famous for leading the charge against programs favored by President Bush …

Tens of Thousands of Criminal Aliens Invade US; The Senate Lie of Immigration Reform

Filed under: Immigration - 22 May 2007

It’s old news that Presidente Vicente Fox exported Mexico’s poorest citizens into the United States for a number of reasons: It relieved him of the responsibility of providing social and healthcare services for them; it provides his country’s economy with …

The Falwellian View of an Orwellian World

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 22 May 2007

As if to qualify his life and message those who loved and those who doubted Rev. Jerry Falwell often remind us that when it seemed he was extreme at least he apologized. The extreme times that the scripture says are …

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