Archive for: October 2008

October 27, 2008

Biosafety Laboratories: Congress Investigates Perimeter Security

Filed under: American National Security - 27 Oct 2008

Biosafety labs under the US Bioterrorism Act are primarily regulated and must be registered with either the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) under the Select Agent Regulations. Currently, all operational …

“Dewey Defeats Truman,” Harbinger of 2008?

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 27 Oct 2008

Sixty years ago, America held a presidential election that most pundits forecast as a win for Thomas E. Dewey over Harry S. Truman who ascended to the presidency when Franklin Roosevelt died in 1945.

Christians’ Biblical Role, Part One

Filed under: Politics In General,Religion & Faith - 27 Oct 2008

It seems that, in this election, clear battle lines have been drawn between conservatism and liberalism, between the politics of Reagan and the politics of Cuomo, between a culture of life and a culture of death. This, in fact, …

Cornell Staffer/Dean Oppress Student’s Free Speech

Students that belong to a pro-life campus group called Cornell Coalition for Life (CCFL) spent weeks and hundreds of dollars organizing a pro-life display to be featured on the Cornell University Engineering Campus in Ithaca, New York. This was no …

October 26, 2008

Joe Biden the Presumptive Vice Prophet – Crystal Ball in the White House?

Filed under: Politics In General - 26 Oct 2008

Joe Biden has taken to making predictions on his campaign romp across the state of Washington. No one so far has asked the Senator how he got his information or by what means he deduced this future vision, was it …

Senator Graham’s Words Come Back To Haunt Him: Conley Endorsed by ALIPAC

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Immigration - 26 Oct 2008

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, one of the leading national grassroots organizations fighting against Amnesty and for more immigration enforcement, has endorsed South Carolina’s Bob Conley for US Senate and intends to launch TV and Radio commercials that highlight Senator …

COMMON SENSE

Filed under: Politics In General - 26 Oct 2008

Barack Obama speaks of “Change you can believe in?” Consider this: John McCain and Barack OBama both gave their word to use public campaign financing for their campaigns. Barack Obama told Hillary Clinton, during one of their debates that, if …

Mandating a Perfect World

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 26 Oct 2008

Liberal-progressives’ conception of social justice always requires the political state forcibly to impose some form of equality. Social justice, in the catechism of the socialist religion, is no more than an exertion of raw power to force people to …

Oprah Bends Own Rules to Help Obama

Filed under: Politics In General - 26 Oct 2008

In refusing to interview Governor Sarah Palin back in September, Oprah Winfrey said, in part, “I made the decision not to use my show as a platform for any of the candidates.”

The Hidden Costs of Voting Early

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 26 Oct 2008

Voting early in the presidential election? Seems like a great idea to many Americans. For folks who have done their homework and believe themselves absolutely certain that their mind is made up about who they want to win an election, …

Confessions of a Racist

I confess. I am a racist of the most nefarious caste. Indeed, I am not a garden variety racist, as I have not wasted my time with intolerance of other races; I don’t see the point in advocating industrial racism …

October 25, 2008

Law Enforcement Supports California Proposition 4 Regarding Abortion

Filed under: Abortion - 25 Oct 2008

Four years after their 12-year-old daughter was impregnated by a 24-year-old man who took her for a secret abortion to cover up his crime, a San Bernardino County couple found out what happened and reported it to police. Without the …

Why I Would Vote Mc Cain… If I Were American.

Filed under: Elections & Voting,History,Immigration - 25 Oct 2008

“People have the Governments they deserve”, said my father as the TV screen unfolded line by line the computer-made image of just elected French President François Mitterrand. I was a little boy back in 1981, with no political conscience, …

Coming In On A Wing and A Prayer

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 25 Oct 2008

England, 1943. In the cold, gray overcast you could barely see the wet concrete that closed on infinity and was the runway for the American aircraft that were conducting the bombing raids over Germany in WW II. Worried eyes scanned …

After Attacks on Palin, Biden Given a Pass by Media for Not Holding Press Conferences

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 25 Oct 2008

The CBS News blog “From the Road” suddenly realized that Joe Biden was not giving the media any access and that he hasn’t held a press conference for well over a month. Even with this report, though, the media …

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