Archive for: August 15, 2008

August 15, 2008

I Never Said I Wanted A Perfect Candidate

As this year’s election cycle kicks into high gear, so too do the party hacks and unknowing pundits. I know that the English language has it’s quirks but it certainly is not that hard to understand for anyone that …

Spain’s Basketball Players Exhibit Their “Slant” on the Olympics

Filed under: In The News - 15 Aug 2008

Ever wonder why La Raza and other Hispanic organizations seem so racist and intolerant of other people? Perhaps the answer can be found in their Spanish (European) kinfolk? Not only do European Spaniards speak Spanish of the type that …

NYT Columnist David Carr: ‘It’s News When We Say It Is’

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

So, why did the Old Media seem to miss the John Edwards Love Affair story? Well, maybe it was because the Old Media hadn’t deigned to decide for us that it was “news” until after the New Media had chewed …

Did John Edwards’ Lies About Consensual Sex Cost Hillary?

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

Liberals are about as amusing as lung cancer, especially when their corrupt minds are allowed to distort and play havoc with truth. An excellent example is the recent statement made by a top Clinton aide who charged that John …

Government Security of Information Still Needs Work

Filed under: American National Security - 15 Aug 2008

Many federal operations are supported by automated systems that may contain sensitive information such as national security information that, if lost or stolen, could be disclosed for improper purposes.

Barack Obama’s A Series Of Fortunate Events

To hear Barack Obama tell it, America’s success in Iraq is the result of a series of unrelated accidents. In a July 21st interview with ABC’s Terry Moran, the senator explained, “I did not anticipate … the convergence of not …