Archive for: July 2007

July 25, 2007

The Perils of Starring While Black

Filed under: Potpourri - 25 Jul 2007

Those who are who are neither black nor athletically talented cannot really appreciate the cross that black superstar athletes are forced to bear in the contemporary sports world. In the parlance of the time, you have not walked in …

Is Impeaching Bush Becoming A Publics Sport

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 25 Jul 2007

Representative John Conyers [D-Mi] spends much of his time obsessed with the impeachment of George W. Bush. This is where the media falls short in their responsibility to inform the public. Rather than explain the procedures for impeachment they …

The Ag worker bill is farm subsidies at its best

Filed under: American Government - 25 Jul 2007

When you think of farm subsidies, you think of Willie Nelson and the farm aid concerts or those poor families being kicked off their farms because they can no longer pay the mortgage. You don’t necessarily think of Pilgrims …

Democrats Overtly Support Terrorists against US Citizens

Filed under: The Democrats,War On Terror - 25 Jul 2007

Just when we thought Congress could not become more demented—it has. As the Democrat-run Senate and House of Representatives are experiencing their lowest approval rating in recent recorded history (Zogby polling ranks said approval at only 14%), with the stroke …

The Poverty Campaign

John Edwards’s campaign mantra should be, James Carville-style, “It’s the capitalists, stupid!” Today’s Wall Street Journal says that John Edwards may be trailing Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, but his Johnnie-One-Note hammering on poverty and “the two Americas” is …

July 24, 2007

Tammy Faye – A Season We Will Always Remember

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 24 Jul 2007

As enigmatic as a mystery that we can’t seem to take our eyes from, even while we barley understand what it is we are seeing, this was Tammy Faye Messner. That mystery will be seen and pondered no more for …

Storming of the Bastille – First Amendment Style !

Filed under: Immigration - 24 Jul 2007

That is the battle cry being echoed by minutemen and women across the nation in our continued effort to bring national awareness to, and eventual exoneration of, members of U.S. law enforcement that have been systematically singled out for prosecution …

MSM Highlight GOP ‘Defections’, Ignore Dems Voting Against Their Own

Filed under: The Democrats,The Republicans - 24 Jul 2007

We are seeing all over the MSM the reports highlighting the Republicans in the House and Senate who are turning away from the Party line and voting against — or at least seeming to vote against — the President’s …

Plays Of The Weak… And All Night

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 24 Jul 2007

It’s been on a long week in three states shooting footage for an upcoming documentary on Ronald Reagan and the Cold War. It’s time to catch up on some current events, and some overdue gripes.

July 23, 2007

Is Houston still there, Mommy?

It is funny the things you remember when you have gone through something traumatic. When I think about 9/11, and I mean really think about it, I can remember seeing the planes hit the buildings and the flames and …

Jim Gilchrist to Tour Mississippi

Filed under: Immigration - 23 Jul 2007

Aliso Viejo, CA- Jim Gilchrist, founder of the nationwide volunteer “neighborhood watch” program for the borders of the United States known as the Minuteman Project, will be traveling the state of Mississippi on Monday, July 23, 2007 to find and …

Radical Islamism or Islam?

Filed under: Religion & Faith,War On Terror - 23 Jul 2007

In the last days God’s judgment will befall all man made religions. There is only one true God. He alone created the heavens and the earth. Because of the tumultuous days in which we live, there are many who believe …

Seven Minutes of Limbaugh

As a growing debate builds over a Democrat inspired push to resurrect the Fairness Doctrine and artificially decrease the market demand for conservative radio, there may be no better time to pay homage to one of the stalwart radio personalities …

What Has Happened to Cal Thomas?

Few Americans, back when first subjected to the insipid banalities of Jimmy Carter, presumed him to be a deliberately malignant force striving to wreak horrendous harm on the country. Rather, he was perceived as a naive imbecile who was had …

Iraq, Will We Win Or Will We Quit And Let al-Qaeda Win?

Filed under: Featured Conservative,War On Terror - 23 Jul 2007

In 1776 we declared Independence. In 1783 we actually signed The Treaty of Paris with Great Britain recognizing our Independence. The states ratified the Articles of Confederation in 1781 and by 1787 were at the point of civil war. We …

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