Archive for: January 25, 2009

January 25, 2009

New York Governor Paterson Sees Through Caroline Kennedy!

Filed under: In The News - 25 Jan 2009

Just when it seemed as though the world had gone completely wonky what with Barack Obama occupying the White House and Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid polluting Congress, New York’s Governor David Paterson rushed in to save the day.

Gaza – Cranky Ban Ki Engages In Hanky-Panky

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 25 Jan 2009

The dust has settled temporarily in Gaza with at least one fact clearly established – a badly bloodied but unbowed or unrepentant Hamas still remains firmly entrenched in occupation and control of Gaza’s civilian population.

Obama Suspends Guantanamo Bay Commissions

And so it begins — President Barack Hussein Obama’s terrorism war strategy. Looks like he kept the right guy in place as the Secretary of Defense, although, in my humble opinion, Robert Gates was never gung-ho about fighting terrorists. Which …

Pop Quiz: Inauguration Media Coverage

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 25 Jan 2009

Although I was (thankfully) able to avoid most of the Obamania celebrations broadcast by the liberal media on January 20, there were circumstances beyond my control that left me vulnerable a few times throughout the dreary day.

Who Is The Baddest

Filed under: Politics In General - 25 Jan 2009

George Bush’s 8 years in office was an total disaster for Conservatives and the Republican Party. The only thing he seemed to get right was home land security. I have warned people for years that all the Bush’s’ are not …

Obama AG Nom Eric Holder Approves of Bookstore and Library Searches… Where’s Outrage?

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 25 Jan 2009

Last Thursday, Barack Obama’s nominee for Attorney General, Eric Holder, admitted during his Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing that he supported renewing the part of the Patriot Act that allows for the FBI to seek records from businesses, libraries and …

The Transformation of Organized Crime

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 25 Jan 2009

While most of the focus of federal law enforcement today is on counterterrorism, federal police agencies must still contend with more traditional anti-crime operations including emerging organized crime gangs. Criminal enterprises represent a near and long-term threat to our …

Change We Never Imagined

Filed under: Uncategorized - 25 Jan 2009

Well, the high-sheen veneer and cult-of-personality euphoria surrounding America’s new oratory endowed president looks to be dissolving rather quickly. While millions had hoped for a political “messiah,” it’s fast becoming evident that, instead, we’ve stuck ourselves with an extreme leftist …

Obama – Iceberg President – Hope And Change

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 25 Jan 2009

The president of hope and change has rapidly engaged in giving hope and change to his various constituencies. He has rescinded abortion restrictions to give hope to those who want Roe v. Wade as the national gold standard for …