Archive for: March 2008

March 21, 2008

Purdue U Liberals, Stupid is as Stupid Does

My Momma didn’t always say stupid is as stupid does, but someone’s did. In any case, who ever it was that said it, the sentiment is dead on when the bromide is applied to the union thugs and liberals (I …

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 …

California Should Celebrate March 31 as Dr. Michael Savage Day!

Filed under: Politics In General - 21 Mar 2008

California is world renowned for goofy politics and politicians, leftist lunacy, and just plain craziness. That insanity obviously spills over to the manner by which priorities are established here in the Golden State.

Freedom’s Foundation

Over the past eight years, out-of-control spending, Iraq, economic concerns, and the culture wars have eclipsed gun control in the public debate over politics. However, the renewed debate that accompanied the expiration the assault weapons ban has shown that Americans …

March 20, 2008

Businessman Supplies India with US Missile and Fighter Jet Technology

The owner of an international electronics business has pled guilty to one-count arising from a conspiracy to illegally export controlled microprocessors and electronic components to government entities in India that participate in the development of ballistic missiles, space launch vehicles, …

New York Governor Paterson Lacks Vision and Morals

Filed under: In The News - 20 Mar 2008

How utterly clever of the great state of New York to, having just expunged all manners of decadence and moral rot from the governor’s mansion following the abbreviated, but hilarious, term of Eliot Spitzer, to turn around and install another …

Are we now seeing the Real Obama?

or months Democrat Senator and now presidential nominee-hopeful Barack Hussein Obama has presented himself as the ‘inspirational’ candidate of ‘change’ who would ‘heal the divisiveness in the nation’. However, instead of providing change or healing the nations’ disunity, Obama brings …

Contrary to Claims, Obama Very Close With Racist Preacher, Wright

Many in the newsmedia are reacting with quite restraint to the revelations of comments by Obam’s racist “spiritual mentor,” Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Jr. Imagine if this were a Republican politician linked to such outrageous talk and you’ll realize how the …

March 19, 2008

Barack Obama: Wrong About Wright, and Wrong for America!

Filed under: The Democrats - 19 Mar 2008

Barack Obama has campaigned relentlessly about the urgent need for “change” to break up the network of corrupt old men and women (Hillary) who work in the shadows for lobbyists and interests other than those of the average American. …

GAO Report to House: Stabilizing and Rebuilding Iraq

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 19 Mar 2008

Since 2001, Congress has appropriated nearly $700 billion for the global war on terrorism. The majority of these funds have supported U.S. efforts in Iraq. Congressional oversight is crucial to improve performance, ensure accountability, and protect US programs from fraud, …

Dumping Pastors to Get Elected – Theology America Does Not Understand

Filed under: In The News,Religion & Faith - 19 Mar 2008

If you are Catholic the epistemology or the body of knowledge you refer to see if things are orthodox or conservative would be ex-cathedra or Papal encyclicals and Catholic dogma. Although it is not always that clear even Catholic teachings …

Obama‘s Wright More Trouble than McCain’s Hagee

As you should know by now, Democratic Presidential hopeful Barack Obama has a Wright problem. That would be a Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. problem. It turns out that Barack Obama’s “spiritual mentor” has a long, long history of …

Church and State are Mutually Supportive

Our country and its laws were established on the fundamental belief that our morality emanates from God. While the Constitution begins with the line, “We the people,” it does not contain any religious words. Some people cite this as evidence …

March 18, 2008

What Geraldine Ferraro Should Have Added, But Did Not

Filed under: In The News - 18 Mar 2008

Although Geraldine Ferraro’s remarks about Barack Obama were factual, and not racist as claimed by some, her analysis might have been better received had she included an equally- factual critique of Hillary Clinton.

A De Facto Declaration

Being new to Southern Baptists I suppose I should stay out of the political side of it, unfortunately, it is completely against my nature. I champion what most say are lost causes. I am not saying this in an attempt …

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