Archive for: July 2007

July 20, 2007

Terrorists: Using Our Liberties Against Us

I recently heard about a statement from a discussion that allegedly occurred between an Islamic student attending an American university, and a traditional America student. The following statement may well be a fictitious conversation based in urban legend, but it …

July 19, 2007

Political Correctness Continues Support of Terrorist Factions against West

Filed under: Political Correctness Run Amok,War On Terror - 19 Jul 2007

On 6 June 1944, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt delivered one of the most arguably powerful prayer speeches in history given by an American president. Over Radio, Roosevelt’s speech was given as allied forces comprised of Americans, Brits and Canadians battled …

Would America Be Better off Under Sharia Law?

Filed under: War On Terror - 19 Jul 2007

In yet another incident of egregious Muslim misbehavior, several thousand devotees of the “Religion of Peace” gathered in London and declared that Islam will soon have sovereignty over both the United Kingdom and the United States. In prophesying such …

Professing the “Faith” of Musli-Piscopalianism?

Filed under: Religion & Faith,War On Terror - 19 Jul 2007

Janet Tu, religion reporter for the Seattle Times, recently came out with a mind-boggling story. She chronicles the odd pronouncement of the Reverend Ann Holmes Redding, an Episcopalian priest from Seattle, who has decided that she is both an …

Why We Fight

Imagine if you will that your nine year old boy is playing in the parking lot of your apartment complex. He has probably run in and out the door many times for a drink of water or to get …

The Liberal, ‘Support the Troops’ Ruse

Sirius Satellite Radio has it all wrong. Their left leaning talk channel is called Sirius Left, while their right leaning talk channel is called Sirius Patriot. This has not a few leftist propaganda bloggers up in arms. How could Sirius …

July 18, 2007

Krugman and Friedman – Part Five

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,Economics - 18 Jul 2007

Previous postings (Part One; Part Two; Part Three; and Part Four) discussed aspects of Paul Krugman’s essay “Who Was Milton Friedman?” in the New York Review of Books. In that essay, Professor Krugman, the New York Times’s propagandist for …

Note to Republicans: Impeach Bush

Filed under: Politics In General - 18 Jul 2007

It’s great to see so many Republicans jumping off the George W. Bush bandwagon. Now that it’s considered political suicide for the GOP to support its own president, maybe we’ll finally have a party in Washington with the guts to …

The Wall of Names

Filed under: Immigration - 18 Jul 2007

It is a tiring battle, one in which you are never sure who your enemy is, yet you fight on never knowing if you are making any difference and sometimes wondering if there is any point to it at all. …

Shut Up, Cardinal Mahony!

Filed under: Immigration,Religion & Faith - 18 Jul 2007

Cardinal Roger Mahony, Archbishop of Los Angeles, should be the subject of an epic Hollywood biomovie to document his uncanny ability to triangulate moral decadence, spiritual fraud, and craven greed into anti-American political activism.

Indeed, this meddling old man who fancies …

When Even The Teachers Know Nothing

A short column by Ray Mcallister of the Richmond Times-Dispatch scolded a Virginia Middle School for having a drawing of Karl Marx on their graduation certificate.

July 17, 2007

Helen Thomas: Not Just Another Pretty Face!

Filed under: War On Terror - 17 Jul 2007

Thomas has been haunting presidential press conferences for nearly 50 years. In the 50 years prior to that, she was Herman Munster on The Adams Family, a role for which she was uniquely qualified because she required absolutely no make …

Europe’s ‘Immigrant Problems’ Close to Boiling Point

Filed under: Immigration - 17 Jul 2007

Islamofascism is fast over taking the immigrant communities of old Europe. Now, by “immigrant community” Europeans mean Muslim immigrants, of course. Whether they be Moroccans, or Africans or what have you, large segments of Europe’s immigrants are from Muslim countries …

Tired Of The War

Filed under: War On Terror - 17 Jul 2007

The U.S. Senate attempted to deceive the public with its “failed” immigration reform bill by toting it as a rational solution to the chaotic and reckless disregard for U.S. immigration laws. The consequences of ever passing such a bill …

Catastrophic Consequences of the “Colonization Act of 2007”

Filed under: Immigration - 17 Jul 2007

The U.S. Senate attempted to deceive the public with its “failed” immigration reform bill by toting it as a rational solution to the chaotic and reckless disregard for U.S. immigration laws. The consequences of ever passing such a bill …

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