Archive for: November 2007

November 20, 2007

Affluent Voters Switch Brands

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 20 Nov 2007

Driving her city bus through downtown Denver, Angela Williams would seem to be one of those “invisible” people Hillary Clinton and fellow Democrats appeal to. She’s a Hispanic union member who earns $39,000 a year. Jim Kelley, whose office …

Barry Bonds: Lying and Obstructing Justice While Black And Under Immunity

Filed under: In The News - 20 Nov 2007

Barry Bonds has experienced exhilarating highs and loathsome lows throughout 2007. The high mark came on August 7, when Bonds smashed career homer No. 756 into the San Francisco Bay, thereby supplanting Henry Aaron as the all time leader in …

Christmas Under Assault: Dumping the Christmas Tree for a ‘Family Tree’

In a further erosion of our American traditions and holidays, Lowe’s Hardware stores has decided that they aren’t in the business of selling Christmas trees anymore. They have decided, instead, that the big seller for 2007 will be the erstwhile …

Only Children: Who cares if the prez is pro-life?

Filed under: Abortion - 20 Nov 2007

For decades now, abortion has been the touchstone issue that has defined Republican presidential primaries. Not only has it been a highly prioritized issue in its own right, but it has served as a reliable indicator of the candidates’ overall …

Debunking Myths about the “Lost” War

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s April proclamation that the Iraq war was “lost” and the surge ordered by President Bush last January was not accomplishing anything generated a significant amount of debate about the conflict and America’s prospects for a …

November 19, 2007

Mexican President Calderon Proves That Stupidity Is Transferable

Filed under: Immigration - 19 Nov 2007

When the term of former Mexican President Vicente Fox ended nearly one year ago, many pundits predicted a new age of enlightenment in third world Mexico. Felipe Calderon, Fox’s eventual successor, was supposed to usher out the traditional stupidity that …

The Real Inconvenient Truth – Has Already Taken Fifty Million Lives

Filed under: Abortion - 19 Nov 2007

With an ocean of pro-choice Presidential candidates on the progressive side of the fence it seems reasonable to wonder why they are not labeled as digressive candidates. Wasting a human life should never be considered progress on any level. …

Liberal Media Noisy On Outsourcing: Stays Mum On Insourcing

Filed under: American Economy - 19 Nov 2007

Foreign companies have provided over 6 million jobs here in the U.S. in recent years, most of those paying well above the average. Job displacement is unfortunate but inevitable. In a perfect world, no job would ever be lost. …

Dobbs Is Advertising for Himself

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 19 Nov 2007

Lou Dobbs for President? Don’t laugh. After months of telling reporters that he “absolutely” would not consider leaving his highly-rated CNN show in which he crusades against free trade and illegal immigration, Mr. Dobbs posted a commentary on his Web …

Happy Thanksgiving from “Good hearted, Hard working” Illegal Aliens

Filed under: Immigration,Politically Incorrect Reality - 19 Nov 2007

Growing up in a Christian home, I was taught that it is especially important to be charitable and giving at Thanksgiving and Christmas in honor of the birth, life, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. However, to the best of …

Hollywood Writer’s Strike is Rush Limbaugh’s Fault?

Hollywood’s Variety is wounded. They are upset that their buddies across the lines of the Hollyweird writer’s strike have written some mean things about them on the Internet and they are just cut to the quick over it all. Aghast, …

November 18, 2007

Judicial Watch Lawsuit: No Driver’s Licenses for Illegal Aliens

Filed under: Immigration - 18 Nov 2007

Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced that it filed a lawsuit on behalf of a New York taxpayer in the Supreme Court of the State of New York against New York Governor Eliot …

Matching Top Colleges, Low-Income Students

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 18 Nov 2007

Last year, when Amherst College welcomed 473 new students to its idyllic campus, 10% of them came from QuestBridge. But QuestBridge is no elite private school. It’s a nonprofit start-up in Palo Alto, Calif., that matches gifted, low-income students with …

Showdown for Ataturk’s Republic

In early October, members of the separatist Kurdish Workers’ Party (“PKK”) stationed in northern Iraq, instigated a clandestine military attack, which led to twelve casualties. This attack is a minuscule part of a spate of intensified attacks by the Kurdish …

It Is Payback Time

Filed under: American Government,Immigration - 18 Nov 2007

Friends, the government up until today have been very concerned about the illegal immigrants rioting. I am here to say they might want to start worrying about us as of today. I am not calling for any rioting I am …

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