Archive for: December 20, 2008

December 20, 2008

There’s Gold In those Layoffs

Filed under: Economics - 20 Dec 2008

Ancient Rome was built and crumbled on the excesses of the old Roman Senate, this has been a pattern throughout history. Those who are the elected decision makers never seem to understand they’re not there to create new worlds; they’re …

South America – Baby Reaching Toward A Hot Stove?

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 20 Dec 2008

It took a few tries to find one report that wasn’t decidedly anti-United States but the “Stars and Stripes” online report by AP writer Bradley Brooks came closest to being a straight up piece of journalism entitled: “Latin American summit …

Suspected Mexican Murderer and Gangster Added to Most Wanted Fugitive List

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 20 Dec 2008

The US Marshals Service announced the addition of Joseph Allen Garcia to the 15 Most Wanted Fugitive List, according to a report obtained by the National Association of Chiefs of Police. Garcia is wanted in Texas on charges of …

Castration Plot Leaves Delaware Man Holding the Bag

Filed under: Potpourri,What The F@#K?!? - 20 Dec 2008

People without broad band Internet connections and HDTV are likely to do damn near anything for entertainment and a few laughs. Take the case of Wilbur Eichman, for instance. This yahoo from Hockessin, Delaware decided to liven up his …

Say Goodbye To Middle Class America

Filed under: Economics,Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 20 Dec 2008

I have said time after time ” the liberals and socialist are out to take over America”. I was just wrong on how they were going about doing it. I thought that they were trying to bankrupt America using …

T’was The Night Before Liberal Christmas 2008

The tradition of my rewriting T’was the Night Before Christmas into T’was the Night Before Liberal Christmas continues in 2008. It has become quite a popular tradition with several imitators popping up, but each year it remains one of …

Catholic Politicians Funded by Abortion Lobby

Filed under: Abortion,Religion & Faith - 20 Dec 2008

Lisa Correnti is a San Diego mother of seven children. But like many other Catholic mothers, she has engaged in politics in order to defend the basic values of her faith. For several years she has quietly built her Web …

No Isolated Incident: Why Was the Boston Massacre so Shocking?

Filed under: Featured Conservative,History - 20 Dec 2008

You may heave heard of the saying “nature abhors a vacuum”? In essence, it means that once something disappears nature quickly fills the hole left behind. Well, in history there is another axiom about “vacuums.” It is that nothing occurs …