Archive for: January 2008

January 27, 2008

Time Mag Revives ‘Discovery’ of Christ’s ‘Tomb’ Story

In 2006, movie mogul James Cameron lent his name to a “documentary” detailing the “discovery” of the tomb of Jesus Christ and his family. The film was widely panned by archeologists, Christians, Jews and non-believers alike and the evidence of …

Businessman Busted for Harboring Illegal Alien Cop-Killer

Filed under: Crime and Punishment,Immigration - 27 Jan 2008

A Texas businessman, who employed an illegal alien charged with capital murder in connection with the 2006 shooting death of Houston Police Department Officer Rodney Johnson, was arrested Wednesday and charged with harboring an illegal alien here. This case was …

I for one will not be considering any of them either…

Filed under: Immigration - 27 Jan 2008

Angel Jesus Hernandez, Armando Martinez-Lozano, Juan Felix Salinas, Erik Jovani Martinez, Terapon Dang Adhahn, Victor Benitez, Jose Perez Gonzalez, I am willing to wager that you do not recognize any of those names and I am also willing to wager …

Invading Mexicans Run Over, Kill BP Agent: Where Are the Marines?

Filed under: Crime and Punishment,Immigration,In The News - 27 Jan 2008

In one of the most blatant and outrageous acts in the undeclared war that Mexico is waging against America, Mexican invaders ran down and killed a brave Border Patrol agent who was simply doing his job at the Yuma Sector. …

Fed Rate Cut Halts Market Free Fall

Filed under: American Economy,Economics - 27 Jan 2008

The Federal Reserve chairman, who normally tries to avoid reacting directly to financial markets, saw global markets in free fall, and yesterday abruptly orchestrated the single deepest cut in the Fed’s main interest-rate target in more than two decades. …

Maladjusted Managed Economies

The experience of the Soviet Union, Japan, and China should, but will not, cause liberal activists to proceed with caution.
According to today’s New York Times: “Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton said that if she became president, the federal government would take …

January 26, 2008

Romney’s Wallet Keeps Him in the Race

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 26 Jan 2008

Mitt Romney lost three of the first five big Republican contests and lags behind in most major state and national polls. Yet he is still widely seen as a credible contender for the nomination thanks mainly to one trait: his …

Can Congress Accept Hillary’s Socialist Agenda

Senator Clinton laid out her proposals for what she believes to be the governments roll in controlling the markets as well as public habits. It’s her contention government can do a better job than private business in growing the economy. …

Never Count the Clintons Out

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 26 Jan 2008

A recent addition of a conservative publication had a headline theme reminiscent of the late Edgar Allen Poe. The title was “The Fall of House of Clinton.” Ostensibly this referred to the poor showing that Mrs. Clinton suffered in Iowa, …

Wallets Open Up on Wall Street

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 26 Jan 2008

Despite Wall Street’s recent woes, people who work in the financial industry continue to dig deep for political donations to Republican and Democratic candidates for president. Employees of Wall Street firms are the single largest source of campaign cash, …

For Edwards, a Role as Possible Kingmaker

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Democrats - 26 Jan 2008

As the banjo strains of his warm-up act faded to silence, John Edwards took the stage, telling the 200 assembled supporters the truth. “The truth is, I am the underdog,” he said. “Everybody knows it.” Indeed, the question among many …

In South, Democrats’ Tactics May Change Political Game

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Democrats - 26 Jan 2008

The contest between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton in South Carolina this Saturday is the next big test in the tight battle for the Democratic presidential nomination. In the long term, the showdown could also upend the way politics are …

And The Exit Pools Predict … Ooops

Time and time again the polls are proving to be wrong and yet the media clings to them as though they were a crystal ball. After the first caucus in Iowa the MSM choose Huckabee and Obama as the nominees. …

Are You Terrified Of Economic Trouble?

Are you worried that the markets are going to crash, that you aren’t going to have enough money to pay off your credit cards, that your investments might falter, that the company you work for might not have enough work …

W’s Latest Leftward Lurch: Assault on Second Amendment

Filed under: Politics In General,Second Amendment - 26 Jan 2008

Conservatives who voted for George W. Bush in either 2000 or 2004, or both, have once again been stabbed in the back by the most liberal president to occupy the White House since Jimmy Carter.

« Previous PageNext Page »