Archive for: November 2, 2008

November 2, 2008

Freedom Watch Attorney Sues OPEC Oil Minister for Economic Terrorism

In a bold move in front of members of the news media, Freedom Watch Chairman and Chief Legal Counsel Larry Klayman literally jumped out from behind a line of TV cameras and microphones on Friday, October 24, to serve a …

Obama Election Party: Kool-Aid, Favors Courtesy of DNC

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 02 Nov 2008

In a joint communiqué issued by ACORN and the DNC, Democrats announced plans for a huge Obama election party on November 4 to celebrate, officially, the election of America’s second black president.

Forget the Internet, Let the ‘Established’ Media Tell You About it

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 02 Nov 2008

John Hollenhorst, reporter for KSL TV in Salt Lake City, Utah, wants you to forget about all those gosh darn Internet rumors. In fact, forget the Internet altogether and just rely on the “established news organizations” to tell you …

Pork Bomb

Filed under: War On Terror - 02 Nov 2008

I read a few years ago that the Israeli Army was considering using pigs instead of dogs as guard animals for settlements and borders (The Independent, 29 October 2003). Sadly, the brass decided against the idea. Imagine guarding your …

Victory At Any Cost: ACORN, Voter Fraud, and Illegal Contributions

Have you ever wondered about “community organizing” and the swarming “get out the vote” goon squads that the Left increasingly mobilizes for presidential elections? ACORN is one of the largest of these entities and has an extensive and long history …

Compared to Nancy Pelosi, Governor Palin a “Roads” Scholar!

Filed under: Politics In General - 02 Nov 2008

Liberals and their humble servants in the mainstream media have waged all out war against Governor Palin by arguing that the governor does not possess the requisite intellect to be president should disaster befall her 72-year old boss, John McCain.

Why I Am Voting for John McCain

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 02 Nov 2008

Every four years the United States has a presidential election. Each election cycle generally presents a unique reason, or reasons, for the public to vote for one candidate or another. It may be a one issue vote, such as taxes, …

Global Crash Dem’s Extreme Capitalism Makeover

Filed under: Economics,The Democrats - 02 Nov 2008

A veteran Trader/Investor aptly put that in a market crisis the bottom is a process not a place. The 40% loss of the stock market over the first 2 months beginning Black Thursday Oct. 24, 1929 marked the beginning …

Wave of First Time Voters Just a Trickle?

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 02 Nov 2008

When George McGovern ran for president against Richard Nixon in 1972 the conventional wisdom before the polls opened was that the vaunted first-time voters among the youth of America were going to propel McGovern to victory. It was the first …

Open Letter to Bay Area Newspaper Editors

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 02 Nov 2008

Once again, the editorial staff at your liberal-infested rag has delivered a full slate of election recommendations that would send any card-carrying communist into orgiastic overload.

Sarah Palin, The Republicans New Rising Star

Filed under: Politics In General,The Republicans - 02 Nov 2008

One week before the national election the winner of the presidential campaign is questionable. Regardless of the winner of the 2008 presidential election there’s a new star on the horizon. Sarah Palin will be a prominent figure in the future …

How Socialist Politicians, Legislating Judges and A Leftist Media Defeated “We, The People”

I suppose it really began in the mid 1930’s when Franklin Roosevelt was elected President and started his “New Deal” political escape from the throes of the world-wide “Great Economic Depression.” (Which, by the way, was nothing like the current …