Archive for: November 29, 2007

November 29, 2007

The Disgrace of CNN’s Nancy Grace

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 29 Nov 2007

At the recent Democratic debate in Las Vegas, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer lobbed softball questions at Hillary Clinton. Then he allowed the audience to boo Hillary’s opponents – a callous breach of debate etiquette. And when it came time for the …

It’s Christmastime While American Muslims Conveniently Become Insulted By LAPD’s Mapping Program

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 29 Nov 2007

Thanksgiving Day is over and happy shoppers are out in droves. Millions are in our malls looking for holiday bargains while enjoying the beautiful Christmas decorations. However, they are seemingly oblivious to the potential danger they are putting themselves in …

There is a remedy for everything, if we pay for it.

Filed under: Economics,Immigration - 29 Nov 2007

It really is not enough that our tax dollars go to give illegal immigrants health care, to educate their children, and a host of other social services. There are companies who for a small price that will somewhat protect us …

Women Who Refuse to Have Babies Just To Save the Planet

Goreism is a newly discovered disease that impairs one’s judgment, dulls the senses, and replaces rational thought with leftist pap. Known in old school medicine as liberalism, Goreism is actually far more potent and aggressive than the garden-variety version of …

Distorting Plato

Filed under: History,Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 29 Nov 2007

The “common good,” Democrats’ current campaigning slogan, is a new name for the same old attack upon the moral virtues championed by Plato and Aristotle. Academic propagandists of atheistic materialism have warped Plato’s dialogues into a formulaic skepticism aimed …

Illegal Aliens Jeopardize US Biosecurity

In the United States, Tuberculosis infection and disease occur most often among people born in areas of the world where TB is common, such as Asia, Africa, and Latin America. In most cases, these foreign-born persons become exposed to and …