Archive for: May 2008

May 25, 2008

University Professor and Tennessee Tech Firm Indicted For Arms Exports

Filed under: American National Security - 25 May 2008

A federal grand jury in the Eastern District of Tennessee returned an 18-count indictment
yesterday charging J. Reece Roth, a Professor Emeritus at The University of Tennessee, and Atmospheric Glow Technologies Inc. (AGT), a Knoxville-based technology company, with conspiring to defraud …

America Must Not Forget Mary Jo Kopechne

Filed under: Potpourri - 25 May 2008

As news of Ted Kennedy’s malignant tumor was made public, prominent people from all across the nation, including President Bush, Senator Robert Bird, and others, expressed shock, grief, and deep sorrow at the fate that has befallen the senator from …

Actually My Friend; the World Does Not Owe You Anything

Contrary to popular liberal belief and the sense of entitlement, which has permeated our society; the world does not owe you anything. An individual is responsible for their actions and their decisions; each choice that each of us makes …

‘Dear American Voter’ – George Soros Says The World Should Pick Our President

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Featured Conservative - 25 May 2008

We’ve seen it over and over, people in Europe who imagine that they should be allowed to vote U.S. presidential elections. Some of these people imagine that they should have a voice in our elections because, they say, …

May 24, 2008

Arnold Seeks to Use Lottery, Gay Marriage to Balance California Budget

Filed under: Politics In General - 24 May 2008

Give California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger some credit. (Just don’t grant credit to the state of California!) Actually, Governor Schwarzenegger deserves some sort of recognition for being flexible and creative when it comes to balancing the state budget.

Gov’t Report: State Dept. Antiterrorism Program Needs Improvement

Filed under: American Government,War On Terror - 24 May 2008

The Department of State’s (State) Antiterrorism Assistance (ATA) program’s objectives are to provide partner nations with counterterrorism training and equipment, improve bilateral ties, and increase respect for human rights.

Good News: Illegal Aliens in Postville, Iowa Frightened!

Filed under: Crime and Punishment,Immigration - 24 May 2008

There is great news on the war against third-world invaders: Recent raids in Postville, Iowa are causing high anxiety in illegal alien communities in this and surrounding towns. The result is that macho men are being reduced to mush. …

Redefining Marriage

Filed under: American Society & Heritage,Religion & Faith - 24 May 2008

The decision of the California Supreme Court to redefine the definition of marriage is a radical and revealing one. In the history of mankind, marriage has meant one thing: the union of a man and a woman. Every society and …

Obama Makes His Case?

Peter S. Canellos, the left-wing Boston Globe’s Washington bureau chief, in his National Perspective column for May 20, 2008, depicts Senator Obama as a bold and even heroic voice for sound foreign …

May 23, 2008

A Hooters Girl In Every Bed

Filed under: J.J. Jackson's Opinion,Politics In General - 23 May 2008

My fellow Americans, I come before you today to humbly ask for your vote this November at a pivotal time in America. We can no longer ignore the pressing issues facing our country and that is why it is …

Liberalism Run Amuck: Gasoline Tops $4 Per Gallon!

America’s inability to free itself from dependence on oil from the Middle East may go down as one of the greatest failures in U.S. political history. Even the most generous historian will find it difficult to justify our continued reliance …

SF Mayor Ecstatic over Gay Marriage Ruling

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 23 May 2008

San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom couldn’t have been more ecstatic nor clear about his position on last week’s ruling by the California Supreme Court making gay marriage legal in the state. “It was an exhilarating feeling, that’s the best …

Is the Media Causing PTSD with Viewers by Over Playing Obama Footage?

In recent months we have read of issues with soldiers having Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in record numbers and in the last couple of weeks psychologists have noted the rise of foreclosures are having dire affects on the mental health …

Hillary Who?

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Democrats - 23 May 2008

In what is shaping up as a most dreary election season for conservatives, there is one ray of sunshine, one nugget of good news with which to take solace: The brutal pummeling of Hillary Rodham Clinton. Watching Hillary descend from …

Right to Religious Expression Depends on Color

As if the Reverend Wright issue and double standard of Democrat presidential just-about nominee Senator Barack Obama’s seeming imperviousness as far as the press and likely voters go weren’t odious enough, the candidate is now employing campaign materials focusing on …

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