Archive for: May 2007

May 19, 2007

“Duyba Shock”: Lanny Davis a Bushie!

Filed under: Politics In General - 19 May 2007

How many hard-core, bootjack conservatives are aware of the fact that Lanny Davis was an official in the Bush administration? Yes, the same Lanny Davis who is credited with teaching Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton how to lie with …

Protests at Creation Museum – The New Politics of Science

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 19 May 2007

Science that heretofore seemed hard connected to empirical gathering of data and basic protocols of discovery seems to be losing its subjectivity. Darwinists are taking to active social protesting. Will they next try to make their views the law? …

Remember This Is Just A Worst Case Scenario

Filed under: Immigration - 19 May 2007

What started out as a peaceful celebration of the amnesty granted by the US senate today ended in tragedy as the celebrations turned violent, propelled by what they felt was a clear mandate from the senate to take control of …

Rudy Giuliani Has His “Dukakis Moment”

Back in 1988, as the Reagan era drew to a close, it was almost amusing to watch the Bush/Dukakis presidential race unfold. With the senior George Bush widely presumed to intend an administration that would be a continuation of the …

Where Is Candidate Rudy Paul or Ron Giuliani

Filed under: The Republicans,Uncategorized - 19 May 2007

The 2008 GOP presidential nominees seem to be not inspiring much support among conservatives. Oh sure, among the center-right Republicans candidates like Mitt “Damn I Look Good” Romney, Rudy “I’m The Anti-pro-anti-abortion Candidate” Giuliani and John “Say Good-bye To …

May 18, 2007

Left Works to Change Image of Fort Dix Six

Filed under: War On Terror - 18 May 2007

Although I still have difficulty fathoming why the secular Left seems bent upon suicide-by-proxy, at least it has told us who (if not what) comprise the members of its substitution group. They are the Islamists. However, in the case of …

Canadians Ignorant re: Afghanistan War

Filed under: War On Terror - 18 May 2007

Canadians support for our involvement in the Afghanistan war has fluctuated greatly since the campaign began. While everyone claims to ‘support the troops’, not all are in favor of the continued presence of our military in the war-torn nation. The …

John Edwards–John Edward in ’08

Filed under: The Democrats - 18 May 2007

The pairing of Sen. John Edwards the lawyer with John Edward the paranormal medium is a marriage made in heaven, literally. When John Edwards the lawyer tells the country he hears the voices of dead soldiers speaking to him from …

Oh well I guess they have our votes as well…

Filed under: The Democrats - 18 May 2007

Well now I have just been reading the same news I have been putting on the Voice today and I have decided that if you are a white American citizen, who happens to be a Christian and owns a gun …

In Electronic Age, Americans Getting Less Educated

Filed under: Education & Schools,Featured Conservative - 18 May 2007

A few weeks ago the Pew Research Center released their newest Political Knowledge Survey, a report that tracked the general political knowledge of responding Americans, and compared it to similar survey results from 1989. The results show that, as …

May 17, 2007

Fort Dix Six, 9/11 And Muslims

Filed under: War On Terror - 17 May 2007

The “Fort Dix Six” creates a catchy phrase to add to our lexicon. The carnage that group planned proves anything but catchy.
How about a national memory-refresher? Do you remember Bobby Kennedy being shot to death in …

TSA Continues to Revise Airline Passenger Screening

Filed under: War On Terror - 17 May 2007

The Transportation Security Administration’s most visible layer of commercial aviation security is the screening of airline passengers at airport checkpoints, where travelers and their carry-on items are screened for explosives and other dangerous items by transportation security officers.

Are Some Mothers Overrated?

Filed under: Potpourri - 17 May 2007

Mine is not, of course. After all, she brought moi into the world and ever since that joyous occasion, the joint has not been the same. For gifting the world with me, my mum deserves the eternal gratitude …

Starbucks Coffee a Taste of Heavenly Ignorance

Filed under: Politics In General,Religion & Faith - 17 May 2007

Starbucks makes the news again not because they have produced the best coffee in the world but because once again they have created a controversy with their messages printed on Starbucks cups. Starbucks based in Seattle Washington has been …

The Real Immigration Threat

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Immigration,Our Laws - 17 May 2007

Most of us will publicly lament our immigration woes, but not without a disclaimer. “Look, I have no problem with immigration,” say we, “I just want people to come here legally.” This, after all, is supposed to be …

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