Archive for: December 13, 2008

December 13, 2008

Obama’s Weight Tip for Oprah

Filed under: In The News - 13 Dec 2008

Once again, Oprah Winfrey has ballooned to the size of the Goodyear Blimp while preaching to 20 million out of touch women every day, most of whom are unemployed welfare queens who treat Oprha’s every word as if it …

Lies and Myth and Propaganda and Conventional Wisdom

Filed under: Myths & Lies,Politically Incorrect Reality - 13 Dec 2008

“The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie–deliberate, contrived and dishonest–but the myth–persistent, pervasive, and unrealistic.” –John F. Kennedy Perhaps that’s so, but doesn’t the myth often develop from the relentlessly repeated lie?

Nuclear Safety: More Oversight of Nuclear Facilities and Operations

Filed under: American National Security - 13 Dec 2008

The Department of Energy oversees contractors that operate more than 200 “high-hazard” nuclear facilities, where an accident could have serious consequences for workers and the general public.

Why must it come Down to Popular V. Patriotic: The Obama Eligibility Question?

It’s America all over again. A few people decided to meet in a small room in Philadelphia to say they had enough British tyranny. A few people risked everything to turn Boston Harbor into a giant pot of tea. A …

Raging Constitutional Debate: Can Obama Pardon Himself?

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 13 Dec 2008

From the Washington Times, yet another nasty example of corruption from Illinois:

”A former Illinois bank official, now claiming whistleblower status, says bank officials replaced a loan reappraisal that he prepared for a Chicago property that was purchased by the wife …

Deadbeats Are Deadbeats Are Deadbeats

Refinancing deadbeats who have taken out more debt than they can afford is proving to be a folly. Over half of those homeowners that had their loans reworked and given more favorable terms are falling behind on payments again …

Blagojevich, Fitzgerald, And Real Political Corruption

For the moment, the abhorrent actions of Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich are admittedly making almost as many waves among the media elite as Idaho Senator Larry Craig playing “footsie” with an undercover agent in a Minneapolis Airport restroom. But while …