Archive for: October 18, 2008

October 18, 2008

Louisiana State Senator Pleads Guilty in Federal Corruption Case

Louisiana State Senator Derrick D.T. Shepherd pled guilty on Friday before US District Judge Carl Barbier on one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, announced US Attorney Jim Letten. According to court papers, the defendant admitted that he …

Dow Up 1,0000: Democrats Break Out in Cold Sweats!

Filed under: The Democrats - 18 Oct 2008

Pity the poor Democrats! After the collapse of the economy, Speaker Pelosi was all revved up to call the House of Representatives back into session just to waste another trillion dollars of taxpayer money on social programs.

A Conversation About Race – A Film by Craig Bodeker

First time filmmaker Craig Bodeker has created an interesting and important new film, A Conversation About Race, filled with forceful questions and intriguing proof that there has been no conversation about race in America. In fact, he believes that …

Pale Faced Dudes Can’t Rap? Eminem Voted “Best Rapper Alive!”

Filed under: Potpourri - 18 Oct 2008

To experts and alleged experts of Rap music, the announcement was not a great surprise. To the more casual observer, it was a shocker. From Hip Hip-Media Training, this story, in part, by Billy Johnson, Jr.

Socialism and the New World

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 18 Oct 2008

During this presidential election season we’ve all heard about the “New” world being offered to us under the guise of “Change” and the Progressive Socialism that comes with it.

The Maximum Wage Law

Fans and students of economics are no doubt fond of the many chapters in those exciting economic texts whose second or third paragraphs begin with “First, assume…” and go on to things that make it all sound like something happening …

NATO is Dying in Afghanistan

The United States is asking its allies in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to cough up more military forces for the war in Afghanistan. U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates just finished making the rounds at a two-day conference of NATO …