Archive for: December 10, 2008

December 10, 2008

Domestic Violence Industry: Criminal

Filed under: What The F@#K?!? - 10 Dec 2008

The domestic violence industry has a habit of attracting unsavory characters into its ranks. And now three former operatives are doing hard time. Take Barbara Dehl of Nampa, Idaho. Ten years ago Dehl single-handedly lobbied for passage of Cassie’s …

Smatterings of a Republican Renaissance?

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 10 Dec 2008

Republicans took a real thumping on November 4, which inspired left wing pundits and Democrats to dance with glee on the grave of the Grand Old Party. Republicanism as we knew it was dead, kaput, done, according to those who …

Reuters Calls Name Calling a ‘Violent Hate Crime’ Against Arab-Americans?

Apparently, if one calls an Arab-American an A** H*le, Reuters and the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee want all Americans to know that this is to be considered a “violent hate crime.” At least that is what it seems when looking …

North Carolina Law Enforcement Finds Success in Tracking Suspects

Nearly 30 North Carolina law enforcement agencies have succeeded in locating offenders and wanted suspects without leaving their desks. The agencies are part of a five-county pilot project utilizing an integrated justice solution called JusticeXchange. The computerized service provides law …

Palestine and Obama – Ego Trip Or Meaningful Journey?

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 10 Dec 2008

Hillary Clinton’s appointment as Secretary of State will afford many future opportunities to compare her performance with her predecessor Condoleezza Rice in bringing finality to the allocation of sovereignty in the West Bank and Gaza – where no internationally recognized …

Illinois Governor Arrested for Auctioning Obama’s Senate Seat

Illinois Governor Blagojevich and his aide allegedly conspired to sell U.S. Senate appointment, engaged in“pay-to-play” schemes and threatened to withhold state assistance to Tribune Company for Wrigley Field to induce purge of newspaper editorial writers.