Archive for: April 2008

April 20, 2008

Charlotte Mayor McCrory and His Miserable City

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 20 Apr 2008

When Forbes Magazine released their list of the 10 most miserable cities in America, Charlotte’s Mayor and gubernatorial candidate Pat McCrory couldn’t come up with a better excuse than “I think they need drug testing at Forbes.”

Smoking Something: War critics are comfortably numb

Filed under: Featured Conservative,War On Terror - 20 Apr 2008

The summary of a recent Pentagon report says there was “no ‘smoking gun’” connecting Saddam Hussein to al-Qaeda. One can just imagine how furiously somebody must have lobbied to have that language included, because those are the same three magical …

Dear CAIR: Please Boycott the Following Flights in May!

Filed under: War On Terror - 20 Apr 2008

No longer content with just ramming airplanes into skyscrapers, devotees of the “Religion of Peace” have raised the terror bar another couple of notches.

The President We the People Have Been Waiting For

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 20 Apr 2008

In his speech on March 26 at the Los Angeles World Affairs Council, Senator John McCain gave his Foreign Policy speech. Not surprisingly, nothing in his speech included an America that conservatives could embrace. McCain made it quite clear, that …

April 19, 2008

Agreeing With Both Obama and Hillary!

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 19 Apr 2008

As the national mud wrestling match being staged by the Democrat Party grinds on and on and on, I am startled to find myself in agreement with much of what Barack Obama has to say about Hillary.

SEIU Storms Conference, Injures Visitors

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 19 Apr 2008

Well, it was funny seeing the SEIU and the CNA squaring off for a battle royale, but now things are really getting serious and at this point even a staunch anti-unionist has to say that things are getting out of …

A Culture of Corruption: The News Media

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 19 Apr 2008

During a segment of Fox News Channel’s The O’Reilly Factor, former CBS TV newsman now media critic, Bernard Goldberg, stated clearly and consisely, “The news media are corrupt.” His fellow guest Jane Hall, formerly of the L.A. Times and now …

Innovative Equipment Transforms Soldiers Into Land Warriors

Filed under: American Military - 19 Apr 2008

Recently, the U.S. military outfitted team leaders in the legendary 4/9 infantry with new Land Warrior gear for use on the battlefield. The gear, 15 years in development, is a system of devices designed to increase a soldier’s awareness, mobility …

An America United Like This Will Die

You may have heard the commercials being run around the country sponsored by the AARP as part of their “Divided We Fail” campaign. If you have not had the nauseating displeasure of hearing these ads, here is the deal. …

Free Exercise, Not Theocracy

Liberal support for the removal of prayer in schools, the Ten Commandments from public buildings, and other expressions of religious belief in the public square is premised upon the United States as a “secular nation.” When conservatives object to such …

April 18, 2008

Let’s Fool Taxpayers And Hide Taxes Behind A New Name: ‘Dues’

Well, it was just April 15th and we all know what that means. It was tax day, the day when we must pay tribute to the Lords in Washington. And on that day, The New York Times published a …

Is Barack Obama Pandering To Whites, Ya-think

It seems Barack Obama is trying to do a 180 degree turn from some of his earlier statements. At this point it’s not clear if Obama is a black racist, a Harvard educated elitist or both. Until [Goofy Old Uncle] …

Counterproductive Liberal-Progressivism

Liberal-progressives are enthralled with imposing collectivist regulation to satisfy their religion’s “feel-good” agendas. But the cost of liberal-progressive worship of collectivist abstractions is great. Diverting limited economic resources into less important or less effective uses, inherent in the straitjacket …

Global War on Terrorism: The Cost of Freedom

Filed under: American Military,War On Terror - 18 Apr 2008

Since 2001, Congress has provided the Department of Defense with hundreds of billions of dollars in supplemental and annual appropriations for military operations in support of the Global War on Terrorism.

Jimmy Carter: Citizen Traitor

The political left in America is like a deranged passenger on a jetliner who repeatedly attempts to storm the flight deck and crash the plane, but who the crew and other travelers are limited in their ability to restrain due …

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