Archive for: July 7, 2007

July 7, 2007

The Value of Anger

We have always been taught that anger is a bad thing that should be hidden, suppressed, bottled up, and generally denied expression by any means necessary. To mention the possibility that there may be a time and place where anger …

Scooter Libby Could Have Gotten a Much Better Deal!

Filed under: Politics In General - 07 Jul 2007

Within hours after a federal appeals court refused to allow Scooter Libby to remain free pending the appeal of his perjury conviction, President Bush rushed forward to commute the jail sentence of the former aid to Vice President Cheney. …

Task Force Arrests 22 Gange Members In “Operation Valley Star”

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 07 Jul 2007

Twenty-two known Nuestra Familia/Nuestra Raza/Northern Structure/Norteno gang members and associates have been nabbed as a result of a nearly two year investigation by the Stockton Violent Crimes Task Force (SVCTF), a FBI-led Safe Streets Task Force which consists of agents …

I’m Tired

Filed under: Immigration - 07 Jul 2007

I’m tired of living on the promises of yesteryear; tired of believing there will ever be real enforcement here. We have laws people have chosen to ignore and we have more people than we’ve ever had before. We can’t call …

Throwing Stones From Crony Filled, Glass Houses

I wish I could go just one day without a prominent liberal throwing a stone from their own glass house. When Hillary Clinton said of the commutation of Scooter Libby’s sentence by President Bush, “What we saw today was …

School Discipline

Filed under: Education & Schools,Featured Conservative - 07 Jul 2007

Enforcing proper behavior is anathema to liberals, but essential to learning. The recent Supreme Court decision in the MORSE ET AL. v. FREDERICK case, better known as the “BONG HiTS 4 JESUS” case, has generated controversy, both because of …