Archive for: June 23, 2007

June 23, 2007

Judicial Watch Fingers Congresswoman Virginia Foxx

Filed under: American Government,The Republicans - 23 Jun 2007

While posing as a diehard conservative, Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC) was fingered by well-known watchdog group Judicial Watch for a $550,000 allocation hidden in a transportation bill that would fund an obscure North Carolina teapot museum.

European Anti American Rage – Why Now

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 23 Jun 2007

According to travel specialist Americans now travel to Europe by a whopping 25 percent less than four years ago. General disdain for Americans has gotten confrontational and tourist now have epithets hurled at them, are spat on and in some …

Quiz on Illegal Immigration

Filed under: Immigration - 23 Jun 2007

With the debate over illegal immigration heating up again, here is a quiz to measure one’s liberal quotient on this vital issue. Liberal quotient, of course, is the exact opposite of ”intelligence quotient.”

Can America Survive Evolutionary Humanism?

Filed under: American Society & Heritage,Religion & Faith - 23 Jun 2007

In addition to original Darwinism, today there are two other versions of evolutionary theory: punctuated equilibrium, and neo-Darwinism, a revamped version of the original Darwinism. No matter the variant though, evolution serves as the creation myth for the theological …

The Horse Isn’t Dead Yet.

Filed under: Immigration - 23 Jun 2007

I was asked earlier today just how long I plan on beating a dead horse. I told him and I am telling you that horse is not dead yet and it is threatening all of the other horses in …

On Immigration: Take Our Freedoms, Please!

Filed under: Immigration - 23 Jun 2007

I’m glad immigration is in the news these days. I love when people start discussing immigration. No other topic does a better job of popping the veins in Bill O’Reilly’s forehead. It’s amazing how rarely we frame this debate …

The Great Depression Revisited

Labor unions are icons of the liberal-Progressives, who apotheosized them in the New Deal during the Great Depression. In addition to the primary status of unions in the Marxian labor theory of value, labor unions have been unfailing vote-getting allies …

Assaulting Liberty Through Regulation

In the early 20th Century the temperance movement was in high gear. Slowly, county after county then state after state passed laws prohibiting the manufacture, distribution and consumption of alcohol within their borders. The excuse of the temperance …