Archive for: November 2, 2007

November 2, 2007

Americans Ready For Another Domino’s Pizza War?

According to a recent Zogby poll, 52% of Americans support “a U.S. military strike to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon”. Just in case that is unclear, it means that the majority of Americans are in favor of …

Democrats Employ Risky Budget Strategy

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 02 Nov 2007

WASHINGTON — In a risky change of strategy, Democrats are pursuing a plan that would dare President Bush to veto a massive bill that combines spending for veterans care, education and the Pentagon. The package, which combines three bills …

Challenges Remain for Airport Security

Filed under: American National Security - 02 Nov 2007

Within the Department of Homeland Security, the Transportation Security Administration’s mission is to protect the nation’s transportation network. Since its inception in 2001, TSA has developed and implemented a variety of programs and procedures to secure commercial aviation.

Congress Weighs Sweeping Overhaul Of Consumer Product Commission

A bill that would substantially boost fines, add staffers and increase transparency at the embattled Consumer Product Safety Commission is moving through the Senate. The moves represent efforts to address what consumer groups and critics widely see as the weakness …

Nanny Krugman

Filed under: Economics - 02 Nov 2007

A New York Times propagandist believes that the political state must supervise conduct to compel social justice. No question, the tribulations of borrowers who are defaulting on subprime mortgage loans are real. Those borrowers deserve our sympathy and our …

Is Crackdown on Illegals Working?

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,Immigration - 02 Nov 2007

The New York Times is scolding us mean ‘ol Americans for hurting the Mexican economy. You heard that right, we are hurting them! The Times is mad at us because illegal Mexican immigrants are sending fewer U.S. dollars

Great News for America: Democrats Plan Shorter Workweek

Filed under: The Democrats - 02 Nov 2007

With an 11 percent approval rating to contend with, Democrats in the U.S. House did the only thing that makes sense: They announced a 20 percent reduction in their work week! House majority leader, Representative Steny H. Hoyer of Maryland, …

The Iraq War is Not Lost, Yet

Filed under: Featured Conservative,War On Terror - 02 Nov 2007

There’s been a noticeable decrease in the anti-war rhetoric coming out of Washington lately, no doubt because there has been a noticeable lack of bad news coming out of Iraq. Each day, more critics of President Bush’s Iraq policy are …