Archive for: September 6, 2008

September 6, 2008

McCain and Palin, Two Winning Mavericks

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 06 Sep 2008

While Republican conservatives were looking at Govs. Mitt Romney and Tim Pawlenty to fill the VP slot for Sen. John McCain, there was a distant buzz. Another name was floating around.

Liberals Mourn As New Orleans Survives Gustav

Filed under: In The News - 06 Sep 2008

With gleeful liberals and mainstream media vultures conjoined in readiness to celebrate the devastation of Hurricane Gustav as yet another legacy item in failed Republican governance, Mother Nature double-crossed the blood thirsty bleeding hearts by leaving New Orleans mostly intact.

WMD Exercise Provides Framework for City-Wide Programs

Filed under: War On Terror - 06 Sep 2008

Universal Protection Service, the largest provider of security services to the commercial real estate market in California and one of the nation’s largest uniform protection companies, participated with the San Francisco Fire Department and the United States Army 95th Civil …

English vs. Spanish: A Question of Racism?

Filed under: Immigration,Politically Incorrect Reality - 06 Sep 2008

In a rare show of wisdom several years ago, California voters passed Proposition 227 to abolish most forms of bilingual education. The premise was quite simple: When English is not spoken in the home, youngsters are at a decided disadvantage, …

World’s First Exhibit Dedicated to Understanding Terrorism Set to Open

Filed under: War On Terror - 06 Sep 2008

The Center for Empowered Living and Learning (The CELL) held a reception yesterday in Denver to introduce its inaugural exhibit, entitled “Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere: Understanding the Threat of Terrorism.”

Gustav’s “Cat Five” Political Spin

Despite dire warnings that Hurricane Gustav might exceed the 2005 Hurricane Katrina nightmare in terms of damage, lives lost, and overall intensity, this latest storm to strike the Gulf Coast was barely a Category Two by the time it made …