Archive for: May 10, 2008

May 10, 2008

A Pandemic of Stupidity: Mexico Accuses U.S. of Border Violations

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Immigration - 10 May 2008

With 12-30 million third-world Mexican illegal alien peasants dumped on the backs of U.S. taxpayers, one would expect Mexican officials to keep their mouths shut about border violation issues. You know, do not bring up a subject that will …

Can Hillary Clinton Still Pull It Off

Filed under: Uncategorized - 10 May 2008

Traditionally nothing is ever settled by Democrats until the last gavel sounds at their national conventions. Historically the primaries aren’t the deciding factor, which was a George McGovern innovation. Some of the leading candidate’s indiscretions seem to get in the …

Abbas Tears Up The Road Map

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 10 May 2008

President Bush’s Road Map was publicly shredded by PLO Chairman and Palestinian Authority President – Mahmoud Abbas – in Ramallah this week. US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was there when it happened.

Breaking News: Hi-Technology Anti-Hillary Filter Now Available!

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 10 May 2008

While the United States Congress may eventually prohibit water boarding as an interrogation technique, there is an inexpensive, legal, and ethical way to root the truth out of reticent rag heads. Namely, the Pentagon should create a professionally edited …

A More Perfect Union Rests on a Balance of Ideas

By reading the Greek historians Herodotus (484BC-425BC), Thucydides (460BC-395BC), known as the father of scientific history and political realism, Polybius (203BC-120BC), who wrote about political balance, and Plutarch (46AD-120AD) who emphasized the importance of virtue, and philosophers Plato