Archive for: January 30, 2008

January 30, 2008

Poll Numbers Horrid But Dems Stay The Course

With Poll numbers showing the Democrat led Congress is enjoying the worst approval numbers since I don’t know when, the Democrat’s strategy to combat this perception in the minds of voters would seem to be – more of the same …

Strategizing for Super Tuesday

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 30 Jan 2008

For weeks, presidential candidates have waged battle one state at a time. But now the race enters a new phase, with candidates delving into the complex coast-to-coast contest known as Super Tuesday, and tough decisions are being made about where …

Man Falsely Accused in Sex Attack Brings Calls to Restrict… the Falsely Accused?

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,What The F@#K?!? - 30 Jan 2008

Only the left and their lapdogs in the media can construe a story about a construction worker that was falsely accused of sexually molesting a girl in a school where he was working as a call to further restrict construction …

The Hoarse Race: When Candidates Lose Their Voices

Filed under: Politics In General - 30 Jan 2008

Presidential hopefuls from John F. Kennedy to Mrs. Clinton’s husband, Bill, lost their voices at some point during White House bids — silencing them temporarily and prompting quests for unusual remedies. Mr. Clinton hummed, drank up to 1½ gallons of …

May the best man win…

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 30 Jan 2008

I am going to attempt to keep this short and sweet, OK short, maybe. I have had more than a few people ask me what now since both Duncan Hunter and Fred Thompson have dropped out and I am going …

Nuclear Security: US Finding Jobs for Former Soviet Weapons Scientists

Filed under: In The News - 30 Jan 2008

To address concerns about unemployed or underemployed Soviet-era weapons scientists in Russia and other former Soviet Bloc nations, the US Department of Energy established the Initiatives for Proliferation Prevention or IPP program in 1994. The general idea was to engage …

Election Year Nonsense

To use a play on Winston Churchill’s cynical words, the best argument against democracy is a five-minute perusal of election coverage. Another way to put it – at risk of sounding trite – is if it weren’t for nonsense, …