Archive for: September 14, 2008

September 14, 2008

Philly Inquirer’s New Palin Slam: She Sold her State’s Plane? So What?

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,What The F@#K?!? - 14 Sep 2008

Mario Cattabiani of the Philadelphia Inquirer wants you to know that Governor Sarah Palin’s selling of her state’s plane is no big deal. Why? Well, because Democrat Governor Ed “Fast Eddie” Rendell sold his state’s plane, too, and he …

National Survey Shows Lack of Preparedness for Dirty Bomb Attack

Filed under: American National Security,War On Terror - 14 Sep 2008

The Radiological Threat Awareness Coalition (R-TAC) today released a national survey on homeland security preparedness, showing that at least 81% of those polled said the threat of a “dirty bomb” is serious, yet less than one third (32%) feel prepared …

More Poignant: Red Lipstick on a Pig, Or Green Envy on an Outsmarted Community Organizer?

Filed under: In The News,The Democrats - 14 Sep 2008

A bitterly chastened Barack Obama is striking out like a rattlesnake in heat now that a gun-toting grandma from Alaska has stolen his thunder, absconded with his female voters, fleeced five million dollars from Chicago donors who should know better, …

Freddie and Fanny: When Government Gets Too Big…

Bad things happen. It screws up everything – even the correct understanding of what, exactly, government is supposed to do and, more importantly, what it ought not to do. For those within the government, especially you “progressive” and …

CAIR Attempts to Sabotage Law Enforcement Terrorism Training

Filed under: American National Security,War On Terror - 14 Sep 2008

The Council for American Islamic Relations has been trying in vain to stop a counter- terrorism program in Sarasota Florida, aimed at providing first responders with information on subjects such as building safety, suicide terrorism, technologies against terrorism and more. …

What does it mean to be a conservative?

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 14 Sep 2008

What does it mean to be a conservative? While there are many interpretations of this viewpoint, to me, first and foremost is that we should be conservative in the responsibilities that we give to the federal government, therefore limiting …