Archive for: October 2007

October 29, 2007

You Are One Great American

Filed under: Immigration - 29 Oct 2007

There were a lot of big name groups pushing people to call and email yesterday, but it still came down to one. You see even though a lot of us were sending out emails and posting pleas for help it …

Go to Military Power – To Fight the California Wildfires

Filed under: Current Events - 29 Oct 2007

“It’s just like Iraq out here only no one is shooting at you!” said the Military Pilot of the HS-60 Helicopter assigned to fighting the California Wildfires, which are threatening our cities. Camp Pendleton USMC base has assigned Helicopters and …

GOP Ideas for Ending Illegal Immigration Flawed

Filed under: Immigration - 29 Oct 2007

Isn’t it swell to have presidential candidates engaged in no-holds barred, full-scale food fights to see who can sound the toughest on illegal aliens? That is actually happening with the Republicans–sort of. Fred Thompson began the bidding on Tuesday; Rudy …

Applying Christianity

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 29 Oct 2007

It has to be more than an intellectual understanding. We must strive to live it. Pastor Steve Treash’s sermon at Black Rock – Long Ridge Congregational Church (North Stamford, Connecticut) was the last in a series on the practical …

Three Cities That Bode Ill for America

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Immigration - 29 Oct 2007

America’s future is increasingly in doubt, as indicated by three shocking events of the past several days. The fact that none of them likely come immediately to mind is, in itself, further indication of the dire straits in which the …

October 28, 2007

Bush Seeks Middle Ground On Children’s Insurance Bill

Filed under: The Democrats,The Nanny State,The Republicans - 28 Oct 2007

The Bush administration, looking for compromise on an issue causing heartburn for many Republicans, shifted its position on a major area of disagreement with Congress over a children’s health-insurance bill. Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt said the …

Democrats Play Cheap Partisan Politics As California Burns

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 28 Oct 2007

Say what you will about Democrats, if significant human misery and loss of property is involved, they will always seek to score cheap political points by blaming the Bush administration. Rather than coming together as Americans to help other Americans …

Shift Is Afoot on Mexican Border

Filed under: American National Security,Immigration - 28 Oct 2007

A security crackdown on the Mexican border is believed to have reduced the number of people trying to cross illegally into the U.S. while increasing business for professional smugglers with ties to the drug trade. Data to be released next …

Message to Democrats – Where do we go from here?

Filed under: The Democrats - 28 Oct 2007

Well, we’ve been listening to you for months now—Ms. Clinton, John Edwards, Obama, Reid and Pelosi, Murtha, Kennedy and all the rest—about how bad President Bush is, the battles in Iraq and Afghanistan and how wonderful each of you are. …

Internet Taxes to Come on Halloween?

Filed under: Taxes & Taxation - 28 Oct 2007

You want scary? Try the fact that the moratorium on government taxation of the Internet comes to an end on October 31st. And, in true fright movie fashion, it happens at midnight. One expects a crack and flash of lightning …

Shades of Green

I remember comedian George Carlin once said (approximately) that it was the height of hubris for humankind to think we have as much influence over the Earth in the cosmological long term as we presume, and that when we’re gone, …

October 27, 2007

Read Our Lips: NO New Amnesty!

Filed under: American Government,Immigration - 27 Oct 2007

We the people understand that the U.S. Senate is considering yet another idiotic attempt to grant amnesty to upwards of 38 million illegal aliens who have invaded the sovereign nation known as the United States. With all due respect …

Fred Thompson Is The Media’s Chosen 2008 “Village Idiot”

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,The Republicans - 27 Oct 2007

For as many presidential elections as I can recall two things are cretin, the media chooses who they perceive to be the most vulnerable candidate to tag as the election seasons “Village Idiot.” Then one candidate always puts his foot …

Investigation Leads to Guilty Plea by Foreign Terrorists

Filed under: War On Terror - 27 Oct 2007

Two South American men have pleaded guilty to conspiring to provide material support to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, a designated foreign terrorist organization, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Assistant Secretary Julie Myers, Assistant Attorney General Alice …

Erring on the Side of Hidden Harm: The Granting of Domestic Violence Restraining Orders

On September 19, 2005, Yvette Cade went before Judge Richard A. Palumbo seeking an extension of a domestic violence restraining order against her husband, Roger Hargrave. Palumbo, whether from confusion, clerical error, or a genuine belief that the extension was …

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