Archive for: October 5, 2007

October 5, 2007

Giuliani Quotes Bible, Misses Jesus’ Point

Filed under: Religion & Faith,The Republicans - 05 Oct 2007

Rudy Giuliani said that people should heed Jesus. Giuliani referred to this biblical setting: The woman caught in adultery was dragged before the Savior. Pharisees ordered Jesus to have her stoned. Jesus said that if anyone was without sin, …

Is Hollywood Filled With Artistic Cowards?

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 05 Oct 2007

Hollywood loves to abuse young girls and routinely depicts underage and taboo breaking sexual encounters, not to mention its perennial depiction of extreme violence, so it is amazing that every year we are treated to Hollywood types decrying that the …

Banning Boyhood

Filed under: Political Correctness Run Amok - 05 Oct 2007

Huck Finn must be spinning in his literary grave. Just recently a Colorado Springs, Co., elementary school banned tag during recess, joining other schools that have prohibited this childhood pastime. Upon hearing this, I thought about the movement …

Should Canada Buy Su-27s, Su-30s – Should the US Give Them the Bone Yard Aircraft?

Filed under: Politics In General - 05 Oct 2007

There are tons of old US fighter aircraft in the desert slowly decaying, most have worn out engines and tired airframes and are no longer very safe. To keep them flying would cost a bundle indeed. Should we give those …

Does America Need a Woman As President?

Filed under: The Democrats - 05 Oct 2007

Now that Hillary Clinton is the presumptive favorite to become the presidential nominee of the Democrat Party in 2008, she and her Democrat colleagues must confront the fact that nearly 50 percent of voters are unfavorably disposed toward her candidacy. …

Phony Soldiers, Phony Outrage, and Phony Patriotism

Once again, liberals have wandered into the unfamiliar waters of patriotism, righteous indignation, and pontification offered in “support of the troops.” And once again, their moral and philosophical bankruptcy, their intellectual dishonesty, and their overarching hysterics reveal far more about …