Archive for: November 8, 2007

November 8, 2007

An American Hero Dies – General Paul Tibbets Dead at 92

Filed under: American Military,In The News - 08 Nov 2007

The AP reported in a bland article today Brig. General Paul Warfield Tibbets, who as a young colonel in the AAF dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima Japan, has died. He was 92. He piloted the B-29 Superfortress …

Oprah’s ‘Soft Landing’ In the U.S. Media

Filed under: In The News - 08 Nov 2007

When the ‘Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls’ was established in South Africa, America’s foremost talk show host reveled in praise and adulation from the liberal media. It was almost as though this humble black girl from Tennessee had transcended …

Hillary Flips over her Debate Flop

What are we to make of a presidential candidate who portrays herself as strong and independent, a courageous exemplar to the members of her gender — but at the first hint of criticism collapses as the pitiable victim of gender …

U.S. Farm Worker Shortage? Where?

Filed under: Immigration,Politically Incorrect Reality - 08 Nov 2007

A report just released through the Washington, DC based Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) seriously challenges the boundless myth that there is a shortage of farm workers in the United States. The unsubstantiated claim, espoused by illegal alien …

Mexican Mafia Leader Arrested and Extradited to US

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 08 Nov 2007

A man alleged to be the second-highest ranking member of the Mexican Mafia’s criminal enterprise in the Coachella Valley was arrested by law enforcement authorities in Mexico at the request of the FBI, announced Eric Velez, Acting Assistant Director in …

Is Paul Krugman at it again?

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman is not in doubt. In his November 2 column he writes:“My chance of surviving prostate cancer — and thank God I was cured of it — in the United States? Eighty-two percent,” …