Archive for: November 28, 2007

November 28, 2007

Tightening the Noose on Iran

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 28 Nov 2007

Al-Qaeda has suffered a humiliating defeat in Iraq, and the Sunnis who were once allied with them now oppose them. We may be finally witnessing an historic change in a democratic Iraq that will have profound effects throughout the region. …

The Holidays Are A Time For Reflection

Filed under: Politics In General - 28 Nov 2007

I often question the rational of perfectly normal people who have some very strange ways of justifying some rather bazaar practices. I will start with abortion. I believe abortion is murder by any standard and should be treated as such. …

Clinton Hits Rough Patch

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Democrats - 28 Nov 2007

As Hillary Clinton huddled with advisers not long ago, she was pressed to stake a position popular with the party’s left-leaning voters on one issue. But the presidential front-runner resisted. It wasn’t her position. “If I do what you …

Islam vs. all Women and Where are the Feminists?

Recently, at his Columbia University appearance—an appearance to which he was actually invited by the university’s administration—Iran’s terrorist President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad spoke about Islam’s treatment of women. Despite all actual evidence to the contrary, Ahmadinejad had this to say: “Women …

More Hazardous: Driving While Black, Or Policing While White?

Filed under: Political Correctness Run Amok - 28 Nov 2007

U.S. Rep. Danny Davis (D-Ill.) was recently pulled over and ticketed for a traffic violation in Chicago by two white police officers who said he had swerved over a center line before making a left turn. Davis received a $75 …

Newspapers Are Guardians of Truth, so say ‘Journalists’

Last Sunday, from the pen of editorial page editor of the Seattle Times James Vesely, we got a pretty good indication of why the new media of the Internet is so swiftly taking over the traditional role of the old, …