Archive for: July 22, 2008

July 22, 2008

Apollo 11: American Excellence Remembered

Filed under: History - 22 Jul 2008

Sunday July 20, 2008 will likely be a fairly typical summer day in America. People will get up, go to Church, and maybe hold a barbecue in the back yard. Perhaps the more industrious amongst us will wash the family …

Ordinary US Citizen Responds to World Court Re Execution of Mexicans

We are in receipt of your ruling dated July 16, 2008, in which your deliberative body “ordered” the United States to stay the execution of five brutal killers from Mexico until their dossiers can be reviewed.

Hugo Chavez’s Narcotics Connection

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 22 Jul 2008

Recently, Mexican military officials claimed they seized five-and-a-half tons of powdered cocaine from a commercial aircraft that landed in Mexico following a a trip from Venezuela. The street value of the drugs was estimated to be upwards of $100 million. …

Global Warming or Snake Oil?

Filed under: Politics In General - 22 Jul 2008

Do you believe in Global Warming? I do. But I do not think we can stop it. We know emissions of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide are increasing. These green house gases trap heat in earth’s …

The Audacity of the “N” Word

Filed under: Politically Incorrect Reality - 22 Jul 2008

Public figures who engage in politically incorrect speech involving race are usually condemned as bigoted, anti-American racists, or worse. Take the case of radio satirist Don Imus. A little more than a year ago, the I-Man ran afoul of …

Civil Rights Organization Fights Elitists and Racists

With the Heller decision only hours old, the National rifle Association, the nation’s oldest civil rights organization, filed suit against Chicago and San Francisco seeking to overturn obviously unconstitutional laws those cities have on the books. In the case …