Archive for: July 24, 2008

July 24, 2008

Media Shuts Out McCain

In yet another blatant attempt to render the Republican presidential candidate impotent, therefore propping up their secular messiah Barack Obama, the New York Times has rejected an Op-Ed by presidential contender John McCain. Instead, this “news” paper has reportedly told …

Big Government: Now Better Than Mother Nature

Filed under: Politics In General - 24 Jul 2008

Teddy Roosevelt impressed the nation with his focus on conservation and while he was president was responsible for pushing to conserve our nation’s wilderness in the form of sundry national parks, mostly in the western U.S.

AFF launches new Harry Reid radio ad, “YouTube Sensation”

Filed under: Politics In General - 24 Jul 2008

Des Moines, IA – The American Future Fund (AFF) today purchased airtime on radio stations in Nevada and the District of Columbia to run the 60-second ad “YouTube Sensation,” which calls on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to explore domestic …

Sarkozy Succumbs To Mediterranean Mismatch

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 24 Jul 2008

France’s President Nicolas Sarkozy has had to eat humble pie after his ground-breaking plan to establish the 43 member Mediterranean Union failed to reach an agreed final communiqué because of the opposition to its wording by the Palestinian Authority (PA) …

PA Top Cop Says Tasers Protect Public and Officers

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 24 Jul 2008

The recent deployment of Tasers to State Police troopers for use in confrontational situations is helping to ensure the safety of the public and officers themselves, Commissioner Jeffrey B. Miller said yesterday. “Tasers already have proven to be highly …

Judge-mentally Impaired Should Get Off Michael Savage’s Back

Filed under: Featured Conservative,In The News - 24 Jul 2008

t seems as if taking offense is the recreation of choice in modern America. The latest example (of which I’m aware; I’m sure our UPS {umbrage per second} statistic is sky high) has resulted in a planned protest at …