Archive for: February 13, 2008

February 13, 2008

Republicans Who Won’t Vote For McCain

Since Fred Thompson and Mitt Romney pulled out of the race I’m being inundated with questions regarding McCain’s possibilities of becoming the winner in the presidential race. Most who’ve contacted me are conservatives who have serious doubts about Senator McCain’s …

If Berkeley and Toledo can do it we can too

Filed under: American Military,What The F@#K?!? - 13 Feb 2008

The Company A 1st Battalion 24th Marines were conducting an urban warfare exercise at the Madison Building and Promenade Park. Then someone from the mayor’s office told the 200 Marines that the training area was no longer available and to …

Gutless Heart Association Tells Lies that Harm Women

Filed under: In The News - 13 Feb 2008

Each year 1.1 million American women are admitted to a nursing home where they will be medicated, monitored, and left with a $56,000 tab. Half of these women have no husband or other living relative. And here’s the heart-breaker: …

Conservatives: America’s Forgotten and Disenfranchised Voters

Should things continue to erode in this the wildest of political seasons, it is probable that conservative voters will have little real choice in November. That is so because the presidential ballot might very well look like this:

Santorum Warns McCain Presidency Is Dangerous For Republicans

During the interview, Levin said that McCain was recasting himself as more conservative in order to win the Party’s presidential nomination. Santorum responded to this by saying, “It’s amazing to hear what John McCain is trying to convince the voters …

Liberal-Progressive Paganism

Pagan gods of the Old Testament were powerless against God, as Pharaoh discovered when he balked at God’s demand to liberate the Isrealites from slavery. Nonetheless, Middle Eastern peoples, and even the Israelites, kept turning to their idols of stone, …

The Lesser of Two Weevils

First, I suppose I ought to explain the irony of the analogy I propose: Weevils, of the insect family Curculionidae, include approximately 40,000 species (Encyclopædia Britannica), but the most common association relates to those species which typically feed on grain.