Archive for: September 2007

September 23, 2007

Harvard Professor: ‘Right Wing shanghaiing values… U.S. Not Same Country Anymore’

Harvard Magazine, a magazine that caters to the alumnus of Harvard University, gives us the blather of one of their professors, Howard Gardner, who is despairing on how we eeeevil conservatives are taking over his country. To …

Audacity and Diversion

Bear with me whilst I discharge the vitriol before moving on to the underlying significance of events that follow…
On Sunday, September 2, 2007 the Associated Press reported certain spiteful and arrogant remarks made by Mexican President Felípe Calderon upon the …

September 22, 2007

The Dream Act, America’s Nightmare

Filed under: Immigration - 22 Sep 2007

It would appear that some people in Senate believe that Americans are asleep again and that they can now bring up the dream act and we will just roll over and hit the snooze button. My snooze button is broken …

VAWA Gives More Rights to Illegals than Citizens

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,In The News - 22 Sep 2007

Attention, ladies of the world: The U.S. Congress has now granted you the Keys to Kingdom that will unlock the door to U.S. citizenship, a good-paying job, and tons of free services. Here’s how it works. First, get into …

Terrorist Leader Welcomed to USA

In another patently insane and suicidal move, the US Department of State is allowing Iranian President and terrorist leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad into the country. To add insult to injury, leftist-led Columbia University has invited Ahmadinejad (who has sworn—multiple times—the annihilation …

Labor Day National Holiday Should Be Canceled Until Work Ethic Improves

Filed under: Politics In General - 22 Sep 2007

Most people believe that Labor Day is a deserved holiday and that tribute should be given to America’s workers. Indeed, many people work very hard, but not all. It is somewhat interesting that a recent United Nation’s study showed that …

O.J. Arrest Proves America Still Blatantly Racist

Filed under: In The News - 22 Sep 2007

As a red blooded patriotic American, I am distressed at the news breaking from Las Vegas concerning the arrest of OJ Simpson on multiple felony charges. Do we Caucasians never learn from our mistakes and sins? Just 14 …

More Media Bias Against Guantanamo Facility

This USA Today story about an AP report should be called headline abuse instead of “detainee abuse” because if one were to just read the headline and move on, you’d get the wrong impression about what the story really reveals. …

September 21, 2007

AARP & Other Liberals Spearhead Charge For Clintoncare II

As groups get bigger I swear their collective intelligence decreases. Nothing could be a truer example of this than one of the largest groups in America, the American Association of Retired Persons. Often affectionately known as the AARP …

Why Smoking Bans Are Ridiculous

Smoking bans are ridiculous. Period. If this were 1987 instead of 2007, next to nobody would have a problem with smoking in public. And in fact, almost nobody did until 1993, when the EPA declared that “secondhand smoke,” a term …

Racism in Government Schools

A growing number of Americans believe that the US government school system has declared war on white, male students. In fact, many believe that young boys are treated more harshly than teachers who sexually exploit children. While Americans are …

Will Hillary’s New Civil Rights Include Whites

Hillary Clinton recently appeared before a group of NAACP members, [you can bet there wasn’t a person from the hood among them.] She told this august group that treatment of blacks in this country was totally out of balance. Frankly …

Why Is Federal Authority Inviolable In Hazelton, But Irrelevant In Newark?

Filed under: Immigration - 21 Sep 2007

Decent American citizens like those in Hazelton, Pennsylvania are increasingly disenfranchised as they struggle to protect their communities from unwelcome third world invaders here illegally in violation of our borders and laws. For the most part, Americans residing in Hazelton …

Evolutionary Humanism: the Antithesis

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 21 Sep 2007

The worldview of Evolutionary Humanism (or scientific naturalism) has two central components. The first is metaphysical; the second epistemological. Metaphysically, Evolutionary Humanism infers that the natural or material realm either self-created or has existed eternally.

‘History’ Teacher Asks 14-Year-Olds to Renounce U.S. Citizenship

One often hears that government schools in totalitarian nations brainwash their children to love the government. People in free nations decry that as oppressing the free will of innocent children, and rightly so. In American schools, however, just the opposite …

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