Archive for: March 2008

March 31, 2008

March 31 in California: Holiday Based on State-Sanctioned Racism!

Filed under: What The F@#K?!? - 31 Mar 2008

According to specious liberal logic, people of color are, by definition, incapable of being racists. In truth, however, racism is evident in all racial and ethnic groups. Racism is just as wrong and un-American when practiced by people of …

Media Doesn’t Get Why Hollywood’s Dismal Iraq War Pics Are Flopping

On the 25th, the Washington Post served up a lament for Hollywood’s dismal box office returns for the many Iraq war pictures it has churned out over the last several years, wondering why they have all failed so spectacularly? The …

Hillary Clinton Under Sniper Fire in Kosovo, Bosnia & Washington for Exaggerating & Lying to America

Filed under: Myths & Lies,Politics In General - 31 Mar 2008

Is telling the truth important when you are running for the highest office in the land, perhaps the world? Apparently Hillary Clinton doesn’t think so. Hillary Clinton has admitted that she “did misspeak” about landing in Bosnia under sniper …

Is Barack Obama Alien?

Filed under: Politics In General - 31 Mar 2008

The Reverend Jeremiah Wright, Senator Barack Obama’s spiritual mentor, believes, among other things, that merging Marxism with the Gospel may show the way to a better tomorrow. The basis for the black liberation philosophies advocated by Reverend Wright is the …

Iraq and Afghanistan: Counting our War Dead

In mid-2006, the media was obsessed with the fact that the number of U.S. casualties in Iraq had reached 2,500, a number repeatedly referred to as a “grim milestone” and a “tragic benchmark.” By the end of that year, the …

March 30, 2008

Capitalism- Not Perfect, But Certainly the Best

As the United States enters into the 2008 and another presidential election, there is widespread anxiety over the state of the economy. The subprime mortgage crisis, and the subsequent collapse of the housing market have cast a pall across even …

The Audacity Of Hopelessness

As a Jew, growing up in New York, I participated in religious studies no different from my Christian friends. Although the books we read may have been different in context, the message was the same. Be a good person, believe …

This Time, the Japanese Have Just Gone Too Far!

Filed under: Potpourri - 30 Mar 2008

We Americans are, for the most part, a tolerant people, willing to forgive and forget over time. Which is why, despite the best efforts of George W. Bush, America still enjoys positive, and mutually satisfying, relations with most other nations …

Pentagon Plans Expansion of US Special Forces

Filed under: American Military,War On Terror - 30 Mar 2008

Since the start of the Global War on Terrorism, the Pentagon has taken steps to expand the role of the United States Special Operations Command and its forces. In response, the Command has transformed its headquarters to coordinate counter terrorism …

Cultural Affirmative Action

In a way, I prefer the old, overt affirmative action. While it was government-sanctioned discrimination, at least it was, in some measure, more honest than our cultural affirmative action. There is such a thing. It’s when people in the market …

March 29, 2008

Obama HAS to Hate America or Lose ‘Black Vote’

On Friday, March 28th, Barack Obama made his latest stab at explaining away why he spent 20 years as a comfortable member of the volatile and racist Trinity United Church of Christ on the south side of Chicago. This was …

Chinese Aid and Abet Persecution of North Koreans Seeking Asylum

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 29 Mar 2008

Fleeing North Koreans — especially Christians — are finding that the Chinese are no big help in providing asylum from the brutality and state-sanctioned killing in North Korea. Kim Jong Il’s government wields unrestricted power in the Democratic People’s Republic …

If Bill Richardson Be Judas, What Does That Make Hillary?

Filed under: Politics In General - 29 Mar 2008

Writing in his 2000 book titled, “Stickin’: The Case for Loyalty,” James Carville, political sycophant for the Clintons, claims that his out spoken ways have caused him to be called a court jester, clown, comedian, serpent head, gamecock, slimy little …

The Question McCain Needs to Answer

Many Republicans—this writer included—are not happy with the thought of Senator John McCain as their presidential nominee. Many of these same Republicans are not happy with the Republican Party’s drift toward big government and away from conservative principles.

March 28, 2008

“Middleclassness” Bad “Richness” Good

Barack Obama’s pastor, excuse me “former” pastor – like that makes a difference, the hate spewing Reverend Jeremiah Wright has made a career of telling his congregation to avoid “middleclassness” as well as preaching to them from the pulpit about …

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