Archive for: April 29, 2008

April 29, 2008

Reverend Al Sharpton, OJ Simpson, and American Justice

Filed under: Politics In General - 29 Apr 2008

On October 3, 1995, OJ Simpson was acquitted of murder. His guilt had seemed so obvious, to some. The verdict shocked and angered scores of millions of Americans. In the minds of millions of Americans, Judge Lance Ito had …

In The Name Of Rationality And Reason

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 29 Apr 2008

We can reason and rationalize just about anything, including our lack of exercise and bad eating habits. We rationalize insensitivity to others’ feelings because we live in a world that has become coarse and crude. Are we reasonable? Are we …

The Abdullah-Abbas Circus Comes To Washington

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 29 Apr 2008

King Abdullah – the sovereign ruler of 77% of former Palestine (now called Jordan) – and Mahmoud Abbas – the touted President of another proposed Arab State in 1-6% of former Palestine (now called the West Bank and Gaza) – …

Telling the Truth about Obama Means You’re a Racist

As more information emerges about Barack Hussein Obama—although decidedly not from the mainstream media who diligently work to protect him—it has become patently obvious, to those who still have the ability to reason, that he is both a radical and …