Archive for: October 2, 2008

October 2, 2008

The Changing Face of Welfare Abuse

Filed under: Politics In General - 02 Oct 2008

Ending “welfare, as we know it” was one of the rare issues on which President Bill Clinton and Republican members of Congress actually agreed in the 90s. As a result, the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of …

Even Old Time Socialist Says Obama Supporting Union is Corrupt

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 02 Oct 2008

Bill Fletcher is all about the wringing of hands over the corruption scandal of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and is afraid that it will get in the way of the upcoming presidential campaign. Fletcher, a long time union …

Nuclear Security: Los Alamos National Laboratory Faces Continued Challenges

Filed under: American National Security - 02 Oct 2008

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) is one of three National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) laboratories that designs and develops nuclear weapons for the U.S. stockpile. LANL employees rely on sensitive and classified information and assets that are protected at different …

Liberal Hat Trick

Mid-Term 2006 Elections: Democratic Congressional control laid the foundation for the longest presidential and marketing campaign in history. The 2+ year investment by the Left to capture the White House, and retain Congressional Control …

Palin Critics Swallowing Camels?

Filed under: Politics In General - 02 Oct 2008

With only days left to the final showdown between John McCain and Barack Obama it looks like the Dem’s have taken to the lowest common denominator in their hunt for dirt on Sarah Palin. Its only politics as usual but …

Obama Voter Fraud reaches Fever Pitch

It appears that Barack Obama has trained his minions well—very very well, in fact. Obama’s group ACORN is under scrutiny or indictment in at least 14 states for voter fraud, embezzlement and misuses of taxpayer funds. One of the states—Missouri—is …

Gwen Ifill Full of Obamamania: Must Be Yanked As Moderator!

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 02 Oct 2008

Gwen Ifill is scheduled to moderate the debate between Governor Sarah Palin and Senator Joe Biden on Thursday evening. In that role, she is supposed to be objective, unbiased and neutral.

Those Responsible for Meltdown are Vultures and Vipers, Not Victims

President Bush and the Congress are about to transfer $700 billion dollars of taxpayer money to unethical bankers and investors whose predatory and unethical business practices have finally caught up with them. Make that caught up with us.