Archive for: December 22, 2007

December 22, 2007

Newsweek’s Hirsch Pleads for Al Gore in ’08

I wasn’t aware that Michael Hirsh of Newsweek magazine was a writer of such biting satire but after reading his latest titled, “Why Isn’t Al Gore Running?,” I found myself marveling at his wit… or sad for his intellectual …

Bush Nears a Victory Over Spying Powers

Filed under: Politics In General - 22 Dec 2007

With floor consideration scheduled to start today, Democrats are split on how to cut back on the administration’s surveillance powers. The only option that appears to have sufficient backing is a bipartisan measure the White House has blessed. Opponents of …

Leaders Rebuke Minuteman’s Endorsement of Mike Huckabee for President

Filed under: Immigration - 22 Dec 2007

The immigration enforcement movement, which is made up of hundreds of organizations, was stunned to hear of Minuteman Co-Founder, Jim Gilchrist’s endorsement of pro-amnesty Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee and over 80 organization leaders have signed a letter rebuking him for …

Huckabee Taps Renewed Fervor Of Evangelicals

Evangelical voters, dispirited with their options in the Republican presidential field for much of the year, are feeling new energy and intensity as they flock to former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee. And with their support, Mr. Huckabee’s campaign is soaring …

Twas the Night Before Liberal Christmas v.2007

T’was the night before Christmas and all ‘bout The House
Agendas collapsed and all the liberals did grouse!
Good word from Iraq was the news of the day,
That we could just win, caused the leftists to bay.

Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee’s “SAVE AMERICA PLAN”

Filed under: Immigration - 22 Dec 2007

Here is former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee’s Save America Plan that he has published on his web site at The “Plan” addresses the more salient issues regarding the current out-of-control and un-enforced immigration laws. These words are Governor Huckabee’s …

The Ferrous Doctrine: Just one kook, that’s all it took

Offendedness replaced baseball as our national pastime long ago, so what has happened in Allentown, Pennsylvania should come as no surprise. The local minor-league baseball team, the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, held a contest to name its new mascot. A controversy …