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December 23, 2008

Rod Blagojevich Dumps Lump of Coal in Obama’s Stocking

Filed under: Politics In General - 23 Dec 2008

Illinois politicians, and especially President-elect Obama, were hoping that embattled Governor Rod Blagojevich would go quietly into the night, taking his countless “F” bombs and wiretapped “pay to play” call list with him.

The GOP Cannot Win Until…

Filed under: The Republicans - 23 Dec 2008

Of course we are all roaming around trying to figure out what will work, what hasn’t worked and who’s fault it all is. Powell blasts Limbaugh, Limbaugh replies, voters blast McCain, the moderate Republican illiterati try to blame it all …

“Buyers Remorse” Haunts Obama

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 23 Dec 2008

Barack Obama’s position on same-sex marriage is, and has always been, crystal clear: He believes that marriage should be limited to one man and woman. That has been his public position from the start of the presidential campaign.

Arnold Terminates Democrat Scheme to Raise Taxes

Filed under: Taxes & Taxation - 23 Dec 2008

For a couple of hours Thursday afternoon, gooey-eyed Democrats thought they had devised a clever scheme to side step California’s Constitution, which requires that tax increases must be approved by two-thirds of the state legislature.

Gutting of US Economy Continues

Filed under: Economics,Politics In General,The Democrats - 23 Dec 2008

As the fast and furious gutting of the US Treasury’s current and future funds continue, all too many Republicans have closed their eyes to the destruction of the US economy that has been so ably affected by Democrat leadership. Democrats …

Whence Comes the Concept of Fairness, of Right and Wrong?

Without acknowledgment of God-created human souls, society is reduced to a random collection of people guided only by pursuit of their individual ideas of pleasure and avoidance of what they find painful. In such a society, nothing is inherently …

December 22, 2008

Homeland Security Department Expands Collection of Biometrics for Visitors

Filed under: American National Security - 22 Dec 2008

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced yesterday to several law enforcement organizations — including the National Association of Chiefs of Police — that it is expanding the categories of non-US citizens required to provide digital fingerprints and a …

Bloke Who Threw Shoes at Bush Seeks Redemption

Filed under: In The News - 22 Dec 2008

Muntadhar al-Zeidi, the brain-dead Iraqi reporter who became a hero to millions of Islamofascists and air headed American liberals for throwing his shoes at President Bush, no longer walks with the swagger and arrogance of a proud Islamofascist.

Palestine – UN Security Council Flirts With Racist Fantasyland

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 22 Dec 2008

“All these attacks prove that settlers are dangerous and that it’s impossible to live with them. If these settlers are allowed to stay, that would mean more friction and confrontation. Peace can be achieved only if Israel withdraws to the …

California Democrats Should Follow Obama Lead on Raising Taxes

Filed under: Politics In General,Taxes & Taxation - 22 Dec 2008

California Democrats believe they have found a way to side step the two-thirds requirement for raising taxes: Instead of calling taxes what they are, Democrats would call them “fees.”

After Attacking McCain for Them, Suddenly Newsweek Finds Lobbyists Are Just Fine After All

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,What The F@#K?!? - 22 Dec 2008

During the recently completed presidential campaign, Newsweek’s Michael Isikoff was all excited over his “web exclusive” piece on staffers with the McCain campaign that had connections with past lobbying efforts. Back in those days Newsweek was all about the …

Missile Defense Flight Test Results in Successful Intercept

Filed under: American National Security - 22 Dec 2008

The Missile Defense Agency announced that it has completed an important exercise and flight test involving a successful intercept by a ground-based interceptor missile designed to protect the United States against a limited long-range ballistic missile attack.

Bush’s Legacy: Socialism

For conservatives, it wasn’t supposed to be like this. We elected a Republican didn’t we? We beat that lunatic Al Gore in 2000 and that empty headed buffoon John Kerry in 2004, and for most of these last eight years …

December 21, 2008

Our Bailout Culture and the Beauty of Bankruptcy

Filed under: Economics,History,Politically Incorrect Reality - 21 Dec 2008

The story of the Prodigal Son teaches a beautiful lesson about repentance and forgiveness. As you may know, it involves a lazy, irresponsible young man who insists upon taking his share of the family inheritance immediately and striking out …

The Great Ponzi

Filed under: Economics,In The News - 21 Dec 2008

The news is full of the term “Ponzi Scheme” in the past weeks as the Madoff investment plans collapse. Charles Ponzi conned hundreds of investors out of millions of dollars in 1921 by promising 40% return on investment in …

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