Archive for: November 13, 2007

November 13, 2007

Secure Border Initiative: GAO Observations

Filed under: American National Security - 13 Nov 2007

One element of SBI is SBInet — the U.S. Customs and Border Protection program responsible for developing a comprehensive border protection system through a mix of security infrastructure (e.g., fencing), and surveillance and communication technologies (e.g., radars, sensors, cameras, and …

McCain Uses M Word–Mom and Mormonism–Against Romney!

You know a presidential candidate is struggling for survival when he or she drags out his or her elderly mother in an attempt to smear an opponent. John McCain played the game to perfection on Friday when he postponed …

A Laymen’s View of George Bush’s Accomplishments

Filed under: History - 13 Nov 2007

Let’s give credit where credit is due and lay blame where blame is due. Terrorist’s attacks on American interests began in earnest with the taking of the American Embassy hostages by the New Iranian Government during the Carter years. With …

China Bans Bibles from Olympics?

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Religion & Faith - 13 Nov 2007

In another move that both infuriates and attempts to suppress Christianity, China is reported to have officially banned Bibles—for athletes—from the 2008 Olympics. The Bible was included on a “prohibited items list” prepared by the Chinese government and distributed to …

Macon, Georgia: Race Baiters Flourish at City Hall

Filed under: Political Correctness Run Amok - 13 Nov 2007

Macon’s The Telegraph gave us some clear proof that substance and seriousness is not the standard operating procedure for the denizens of the city government there. In the story titled “Insensitive e-mail raises race concerns at City Hall”

Duncan Hunter a Definite Maybe

Trying to choose a favorite in the Republican race for the presidential nomination brass ring has been an interesting experience. While the Democrat campaign has become so morbidly boring that you actually have to remind yourself to pay attention (or, …