Archive for: June 2008

June 17, 2008

Barack Obama and the Audacity of a Loaded Gun

Until now, presumptive presidential nominee Barack Obama has come across as a bit of a wuss, a bloke without the cojones that any American president must have to gain and maintain the upper hand against blood thirsty terrorists and brutal …

The Countrywide Six

Filed under: Politics In General - 17 Jun 2008

The news that former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Alphonso Jackson was one of the sleaze bags who enriched themselves with sweat heart deals on mortgages from Countrywide Financial makes it a bipartisan scandal and eliminates the slim possibility …

John McCain’s “Anger” About Oil: Epiphany or Senior Moment?

Filed under: Elections & Voting,In The News - 17 Jun 2008

As an independent conservative who refuses to salivate and or worship at the feet of any politician simply because an R is attached to his name, I was nonetheless momentarily tempted by a headline concerning the GOP liberal running for …

Barack Obama Is Losing His Voice[s]

Filed under: Politics In General - 17 Jun 2008

As the voices that have been whispering in Barack Obama’s ear telling him what to say and when to say it are gradually being dismissed. His advisory group of [non-lobbyist ] lobbyists are gradually disappearing. Obama has yet to learn …

Change We Can Believe In

Senator Obama’s army of followers are energized by inexperienced and immature students and by Baby Boomer anarchists eager to relive their activist days of the 1960s and 70s. They stand opposed to the historical traditions of the United States. …

June 16, 2008

I Am Voting Democrat

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 16 Jun 2008

After two years of listening to and watching hundreds of debates and town hall meetings, I have finally reached a conclusion. I am voting Democrat because: Soaring prices at the gas pump will ultimately squash demand, thereby reducing …

Chgo Sun-Times Claims Denial of Rev. Wright’s Honorary Degree an ‘Injustice’

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,What The F@#K?!? - 16 Jun 2008

Leave it to Mary Mitchell of the Chicago Sun-Times to get her kufi in a twist over the decision by Northwestern University to withdraw the honorary degree they had intended to bestow upon Reverend Jeremiah Wright, Barack Obama’s racist …

The Five Follies of Keith Olbermann

For some time now a struggling MSNBC has employed a Bush hating mad hatter by the name of Keith Olbermann. Olbermann appears to be on an endless mission to disparage the president as well as the war on terror, and …

The Sketch Effect

An artist sketches a young subject. During the session, the artist engages in conversation with the subject, observes the subject’s mannerisms, and develops a sense of the subject’s personality. The finished work not only encompasses the physical exactness of the …

Sunset On The Clinton Era

Momentarily setting aside the tragic impact on America, should Barack Obama be elected president, it is nonetheless worthwhile to ponder the significance of Hillary Clinton’s announcement last Saturday that she is dropping out of the presidential race. To be precise, …

June 15, 2008

Militant Atheism At U of Virginia

Filed under: Religion & Faith,What The F@#K?!? - 15 Jun 2008

The one thing that always makes me wonder about atheists is how upset they seem to get about nothing. After all, they claim that there is no God and that religion is based on myth and foolishness, don’t they? They …

Aloha and Mahalo, Jidhadist Dudes!

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General,War On Terror - 15 Jun 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. Now these neurotic stowaways from the 7th century have flexed their financial muscle by threatening …

Father Knows Best

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 15 Jun 2008

Father Knows Best was one of the most widely-viewed and long-running TV shows of the 1950s. True, the program played to a romanticized image of middle-class Americana. But that beats the modern-day alternative of a raging epidemic of sexually-transmitted diseases, …

The Democratic Era that May Not Come

Since the 2006 elections saw a reversal in GOP fortunes, cocksure Democratic strategists, and not a few pundits, have been predicting the coming of a new Democratic era. They cite changing demographics and economics, voter trends and a spent …

Help Wanted: Executive Position in Washington, D.C.

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 15 Jun 2008

America is in a dilemma of catastrophic proportions since neither of the major party candidates is qualified to serve as the 44th president of these great United States. Both Barack Obama and John McCain are certified socialists with fascist …

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