Archive for: October 15, 2008

October 15, 2008

Anthrax Preparedness: HHS Secretary Announces New Steps

Filed under: American National Security - 15 Oct 2008

Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt last week announced two new actions in the department’s ongoing activities to bolster the nation’s preparedness for a potential outdoor anthrax attack. In development since March of this year, the steps being …

The Messiah and the Sheik

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 15 Oct 2008

A Christian, an Islamofascist, and a Hare Krishna all wanted to go bowling. The Islamofascist turned to the Hare Krishna and says, “Let’s cut off the infidel’s head and use it for a ball.” The horrified Hare Krishna says, “But …

Why Is Jimmy Carter Not Chasing ACORNs?

Filed under: Politics In General - 15 Oct 2008

America’s worst former president continues to amaze and dismay. This is the man who trots all over the globe to oversee elections in foreign nations so as to sound the alarm when election fraud occurs.

Democrats Prove We Can Drill Our Way Out Of The Oil Problem

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

The presidential debate between McCain and Obama recently came and went and Barack Obama managed to squeeze in the Democratic mantra for this election year regarding oil.

“Legacy Panic” Replaces Shock & Awe: Can U.S. Survive W’s Final Days?

Filed under: Politics In General - 15 Oct 2008

The most urgent question facing America these days is as follows: Has George W. Bush ceased taking his medications during the waning days of his presidential crusade against evil doers?

Time’s Beinart: Republicans Hate Obama For His Kenyan Father, it’s ‘Racism’

This furious beating of the racism drum by the left shows how worried they are that Barack Obama might lose this election. Time Magazine’s Peter Beinart once again charges “racism” against anyone that won’t support Barack Obama.

Obama: The Acorn Doesn’t Fall Far from the Tree

Voter registration fraud is a serious problem that endangers the security of our elections and puts legitimate voters at risk of having their ballots devalued or stolen. To combat this issue, Congress made such fraud a serious federal crime. It …