Archive for: July 15, 2008

July 15, 2008

President Bush Is an Idiot. Right?

Filed under: Politically Incorrect Reality - 15 Jul 2008

It has become fashionable “blood sport” among intellectual elitists in the media, and among goofy iberals, to ridicule President Bush by calling him stupid, either directly or by inference.

Hope And Change Worth Having Without An Obama Racial Test

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 15 Jul 2008

Let us be extremely wary when we ask for “change.” The Democrat Party is guilty of injecting race into the presidential campaign. America is no longer a racist country, and Americans are deeply offended when it is portrayed as such. …

Fox News Goes Almost All Obama All the Time

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 15 Jul 2008

Recently, I have been hard pressed to turn on cable news and go more that 5 minutes without hearing some rah-rah campaigning for Democrat POTUS candidate Barack Obama. However, the recent and developing story is that this phenomenon is no …

More Racially Insensitive: Lynching or “Cutting His Nuts Off”?

Filed under: In The News - 15 Jul 2008

Back in January, during broadcast of a major tournament by the Golf Channel, host Kelly Tilghman and analyst Nick Faldo discussed the preeminence of Tiger Woods on the PGA Tour, and how Tiger’s very presence overwhelmed younger players who aspire …

Obama Steps on Political Land Mine!

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Immigration,The Democrats - 15 Jul 2008

Following the hard lessons of New York Governor Elliot Spitzer’s failed attempt to give licenses to illegal aliens and John McCain’s close call with political destruction for supporting Comprehensive Immigration Reform Amnesty in 2007, Barrack Obama has stepped on a …

The Electoral College: a hallmark of the republic

Filed under: American Government,Elections & Voting - 15 Jul 2008

Over the last several years, numerous editorial letters have been the subject of complaints that American politics do not reflect a true democracy. Many of them suggest that the current electoral system needs to go, and that the popular vote …