Archive for: December 4, 2007

December 4, 2007

Fiscal Discipline Required in Global War on Terrorism

Filed under: War On Terror - 04 Dec 2007

Since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Congress has provided about $542.9 billion, as of May 2007, to the US Department of Defense for the Global War on Terrorism. That figure doesn’t include the amount spent on domestic security operations …

Someone Is Telling the Truth but No One Is Listening

It’s a timeless story, The Boy who cried Wolf, one I can remember reading many times as a young child perusing Aesop’s Fables long past my bedtime, while the rest of the house was sleeping. It’s a simple moral, “There …

President Bush and Condoleezza Rice revel with the devil.

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 04 Dec 2007

Annapolis has come and gone but what happened there guarantees that the next 12 months of negotiations to implement the Bush two-state solution will end up going nowhere – just like the fruitless negotiations conducted over the last four years. …

Host Indicted, Clinton Fund-Raiser Canceled

Filed under: Politics In General - 04 Dec 2007

A Dec. 15 fund-raising event for Hillary Clinton at the home of prominent Mississippi trial laywer Richard “Dickie” Scruggs is off, now that Scruggs has been indicted for bribery. Bill Clinton was set to be the star attraction at …

Voluntarily Giving up Rights — Boston’s Outrage Against the Constitution

The recent outrage against Constitutional liberty by the Boston Police raises some very interesting questions. Can we voluntarily give up our Constitutional rights? Further, can government legally violate our rights even if we ask them to do so? These are …