Archive for: August 2007

August 29, 2007

Were CNN Poll Questions Weighted Against Surge Report?

CNN released a poll on the 16th that claims that 53% of Americans don’t trust the U.S. Military assessment of what is going on in Iraq and that 72% won’t have their mind changed on their view of the …

August 28, 2007

US State Department’s Efforts to Combat Terrorism

Filed under: American National Security,War On Terror - 28 Aug 2007

Efforts to combat terrorism have become an increasingly important part of government activities. These efforts have also become important in the United States’ relations with other countries and with international organizations, such as the United Nations. The Department of …

Urgently Needed: Sanctuary Cities for Americans!

Filed under: Immigration - 28 Aug 2007

At first blush, one is tempted to blame the “sanctuary city” insanity adopted in certain towns on poor water quality. Perhaps the water is contaminated with too much iodine or other chemical that kills brain cells, common sense, morality, …

Hickenlooper of Denver and Booker of Newark: Twisted Twins

Filed under: Immigration - 28 Aug 2007

Two weeks ago, Jose Carranza and Rodolfo Godinez, two illegal aliens, one an MS-13 gang-banger– forced three college bound teens to their knees before assassinating them in Newark, New Jersey. It’s been called “The Newark Massacre.” Two years …

Toto we’re not in America anymore

Filed under: Immigration - 28 Aug 2007

If you feel like you have woken up in the Land of Oz, be not afraid because most American citizens who have a clue what is going on fell down that hole right along with you. We have been feverishly …

Another Example of How Nutroots Are Completely Mad

It’s sad that the Nutrooters can’t even demagogue a story right! I mean, about all the extreme left in this country has left is demagogy, and they can’t even get THAT right anymore. Here is one from the fringe, …

August 27, 2007

Elvira Arellano Owed “Respect?” For What?

Filed under: Crime and Punishment,Immigration - 27 Aug 2007

In response to my August 20th article about the deportation of criminal Elvira Arellano, a confused reader angrily defended Arellano and demanded that I show more respect for the deposed criminal. As Captain Barbossa said in a classic line in …

Obama Adviser Wants Terrorists Treated like Regular Criminals

Filed under: The Democrats,War On Terror - 27 Aug 2007

Back on July 29th, the New York Times published an article that was ostensibly supposed to be a book review even as the first half of the long piece was an anti-Bush, ant-war-on-terror political rant. The byline was credited …

When Vice Presidents Are Silent

Filed under: Immigration - 27 Aug 2007

You know I think I can remember only two times in my life that the Vice Presidents were silent on an issue and I have taken that to mean that they disapprove. Take for instance Gore during the Monica …

I Beg Your Pardon?

Filed under: Politics In General - 27 Aug 2007

The uproar over the commutation of Lewis (Scooter) Libby’s prison sentence is another reminder that some in congress have selective memory or poor recall. Or perhaps it’s simply the usual… hypocrisy. Whatever it is, it couldn’t have happened at a …

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a column about my fatigue at seeing people, governments, and nations succumbing to the ever-growing demands of Muslims. Here in America, we have bent over backwards to accommodate Muslim traditions at the expense …

August 26, 2007

Atheistic Desperation

French revolutionary philosophers and the socialist theoreticians who followed them in the early 1800s were captured by what British socialist Graham Wallas called the liberal fallacy: the self-absorbed assumption that whatever their reasoning told them had, by definition, to be …

Most Parents Are Not Idiots Or Negligent

Filed under: Education & Schools,The Nanny State - 26 Aug 2007

Why do we need compulsory-attendance laws? Why compel parents to send their children to public schools? Wouldn’t parents naturally educate their children without compulsion? Human nature and history prove this to be the case. All over the world, parents push …

Elvira Arellano Deported: Who Says It Is ‘Impossible’?

Filed under: Immigration - 26 Aug 2007

Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Clause. That pleasant surprise became apparent when federal immigration authorities deported illegal alien-anarchist Elvira Arrellano within hours following her arrest on a beautiful summer afternoon in Los Angeles. Thus, the cowardly Mexican cleaning …

Liberal States Engaging in Anarchy For Illegals

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws - 26 Aug 2007

Showing once again that the will of the American people and the laws of the United States of America mean less than nothing to them, liberals and leftists have found a viable way to accomplish their continuing planned destruction of …

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