Archive for: November 2007

November 28, 2007

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, …

November 27, 2007

Liberals Jump To Confusions

Filed under: In The News - 27 Nov 2007

Like a pack of starving banshees, jumping at the first odor of raw flesh, the liberal and foreign press have fallen all over themselves to write about a short excerpt of a book by Scott McClellan. The problem is, the …

Annapolis drop-ins and “Mary Poppins”

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 27 Nov 2007

The spotlight is now directly focused on Annapolis as preparations are finalised for the opening night of the proposed revival of the show “Road Map” – first conceived by President George Bush in 2002. Tickets have been finally mailed …

A Day Without Shadows

Filed under: Immigration - 27 Nov 2007

For those of us who believe there will come a day where there will be no shadows, a day when the son will shine so brightly upon us that it will be impossible to hide in any shadow. On that …

Caution: Was Your Holiday Turkey Imported from China?

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 27 Nov 2007

It is scandalous enough that George W. Bush has refused to secure America’s borders and enforce U.S. immigration laws during time of war, said malfeasance leading to millions of illegal aliens stealing public services from American taxpayers and hastening the …

PC Feminism and the DV Courts

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 27 Nov 2007

Political correctness is not, as many believe, the act of being non-offensive. It is, rather, an ideology resulting from the transformation of the Marxist concept of class oppression. Orthodox Marxism teaches that the world is made up of two economic …

Does President Bush Seek UN Jurisdiction Over the USA?

In several speeches he gave across the country, former US Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton revealed that President George W. Bush and his administration are buckling under pressure from this nation’s Internationalists in the current controversy over Mexico …

November 26, 2007

Children of Fallen Police Officers Remembered on Christmas

Filed under: Potpourri - 26 Nov 2007

In 1990, National Association of Chiefs of Police treasurer, Debbi Chitwood, suggested that a program be put into place where age-appropriate new gifts be selected, wrapped and sent to survivor children at Christmas time and at the time of each …

Farmers and their free money addiction

Filed under: Economics,The Nanny State - 26 Nov 2007

Farmers must not own mirrors. If they do, how could they possibly stand to look at themselves in one? These are the fattest cats ever to be on a steady feed of government dole, taking shamelessness to a new low. …

Family Holiday Gatherings: Joyous Occasions, Or Subtle Torture?

Filed under: Potpourri - 26 Nov 2007

Years ago, it came to pass that I discovered that those obligatory family gatherings on big holidays can be more hazardous to one’s health than smoking. Therefore, being of sound mind and addicted to tobacco, I did the prudent …

A Globalization Winner Joins in Trade Backlash

Filed under: Economics,Elections & Voting - 26 Nov 2007

WATERLOO, Iowa — At a John Deere plant here, bright green tractors bound for Brazil, Russia and China roll off assembly lines. Global demand for tractors is good, and that’s been good for Waterloo. Yet over the last couple of …

Exporting Inflation to OPEC

Filed under: Economics,Foreign Countries & Policy - 26 Nov 2007

Profligate spending at the Federal level, funded by the Federal Reserve’s creation of money out of thin air, in excess of the underlying increase in production of real, useful goods and services, is destabilizing worldwide currency exchange rates. The …

Obama’s State Government Records Are Missing

While in State government here in Illinois, Barack was known as a “nice guy,” but has little to show for his years in state government. He was never particularly known by the public at large as a vocal leader and …

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