Archive for: August 25, 2008

August 25, 2008

McCain and Romney, Now That’s The Ticket

Filed under: Politics In General,The Republicans - 25 Aug 2008

We will soon know who the Democrat and Republican vice-presidential candidates will be. Who will Sen. John McCain pick to stand beside him? Although to some it is doubtful, will Mitt Romney be his choice? Common sense almost dictates …

Felipe Calderon: Stop Mexican Peasants from Invading America!

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Immigration - 25 Aug 2008

While visiting the United States in order to beg for money earlier this year, Mexican President Felipe Calderon wasted his breath by lecturing Americans about how illegal aliens from his nation-sewer are being mistreated. Like the equally demented Vicente …

Terrorism: General Cites Need for Interagency, International Effort

Filed under: War On Terror - 25 Aug 2008

Influencing, countering and ultimately defeating regional threat networks in the greater Middle East will require a “whole-of-many-nations’-governments approach,” a US commander said during a conference call yesterday with bloggers and online journalists.

Orlando Magazine ‘Duped,’ Publishes Artist’s Fake Biography as Fact

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 25 Aug 2008

Orlando Magazine (FL) published the amazing life’s story of Florida artist Mark Pulliam in their August issue. It was an amazing story of a man who seemingly did everything. Played Major League Baseball, hobnobbed with the likes of Paul McCartney, …

Slit-Eyed Gestures: Hispanic Racism, or Crude Tomfoolery?

Filed under: In The News - 25 Aug 2008

Legend has it that the Olympics are supposed to bring people from diverse races, nationalities, and cultures together so that greater understanding and appreciation can be achieved to the overall betterment of humanity. Diversity acceptance on steroids, as it …

McCain’s testimony before the Warren Commission

Up until now, many evangelicals have had good reason for afflictions of cold feet and uneasiness about McCain’s candidacy under the Republican banner. After McCain’s “testimony” this past weekend, I have a feeling that many weary pilgrims will be coming …