Archive for: August 10, 2008

August 10, 2008

Islamists Rule American Publishing Industry

America is the land of liberty. It is the place where political expression is protected by law and custom. It is the freest nation on Earth… unless, of course, you wish to talk about Islam. Then, unless you bow and …

Palestine, Cocktail Parties and Prejudice

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 10 Aug 2008

By David Singer

“The cocktail party is easily the worst invention since castor oil” – Elsa Maxwell

If you happen to be Jewish and live in the West Bank then you have certainly blown your chances of ever being invited to a …

US Prepares for Nuclear Terrorism

Filed under: War On Terror - 10 Aug 2008

The United States Department of Energy maintains emergency response capabilities and assets to quickly respond to potential nuclear and radiological threats within the United States. These capabilities are primarily found at DOE’s two key emergency response facilities — the Remote …

Voter Fraud: Without It, Democrats Cannot Win!

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Democrats - 10 Aug 2008

With the election less than 90 days away and John McCain showing no reliable signs of a disabling injury or worse, Barack Obama and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) have decided to use a campaign strategy that has served Democrat …

Face to Face with the Death Penalty

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 10 Aug 2008

Last May in Tucson, Arizona, two young men named Armando Estrada and Rosendo C. Valenzuela were working for Mamie Gong, an elderly Chinese woman. Mamie, who owned a trailer park and some land outside the city, had hired the men …

Barack Obama: Oil Whisperer

Filed under: In The News,The Democrats - 10 Aug 2008

Barack Obama unveiled his solution to the nation’s rapidly emerging energy crisis during a speech last week to potential voters and future energy savers in Missouri. A very simple revelation to solving the energy crisis, according to Obama, is:

Jed Clampett and Rethinking the American Dream

Old Jed Clampett sure had me fooled. As a young baby boomer, I thought the Clampetts were living the American Dream. Only in America, could an impoverished mountain family just outside Bugtussle, Arkansas, strike it rich, move to …