Archive for: January 2009

January 30, 2009

Is a “Kennedy-free” Senate Possible in Our Lifetime?

Filed under: Politics In General - 30 Jan 2009

Heaven knows that I do not, never have, and never would wish misfortune on U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy.

The esteemed gentlemen from Massachusetts has given America nearly 48 years of public service, including several days of sobriety, usually part of …

Checks and Balances

Following a meeting at the White House on the new massive spending package one day last week, some members of Congress were met by the media. After Senate Majority Leader Harry “Speed” Reid’s group was walking away, one more question …

January 29, 2009

News Shocker: Freed Gitmo Thugs Back in Business with Al-Quaeda!

Just as President Obama finished drafting Executive Orders to close Guantanamo Bay, outlaw torture, and otherwise make the world a kinder, gentler place for murderous Islamofascists, an unexpected outbreak of inconvenient truth blasted through the fog of delusion and denial …

Obama’s First Week a Smashing Success

Filed under: In The News - 29 Jan 2009

Obama’s first week in office was a surprising success. But, one man’s success is another man’s failure, when using ideology as the benchmark. An ideology detached from this country’s foundational core is what won this week. Obama won, but The …

Headed to Mexico? Do Not Drink the Water or Eat the Pozole!

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 29 Jan 2009

Pozole is the name of a very popular Mexican stew which includes a rich variety of meats, vegetables and seasonings.

However, hungry amigos in Mexico are thinking twice before ordering the spicy delicacy after it was disclosed that Santiago Meza López, …

Foreign National Imprisoned for Smuggling East Africans into the US

Filed under: Immigration - 29 Jan 2009

A Ghanian man was sentenced Friday in the District of Columbia for his role in smuggling East Africans into the United States, according to reports and court papers obtained by the National Association of Chiefs of Police.

Christmas Responses Taken To Extremes

At one point in its history, one could argue that the West was too sure of itself as the foremost of civilizations. However, such is no longer the case today. In theory, pluralists and multiculturalists contend that no …

Mexican Government Corruption Hampers Anti-Drug Operations

Mexico continues to be the source or entry point for the vast majority of the narcotics that are consumed in the US. Mexico is the leading transit country for cocaine and heroin consumed in the US. It is also the …

Taxpayer Funds for International Abortion, Obama Priority One?

One of many Bush Administration policies being immediately overturned by the new Obama cabal is the existing ban on the use of federal tax dollars to promote and fund abortions here and abroad. Obama planned to sign an executive …

Why Government Is The Problem

As Friedrich Hayek noted (A Free-Market Monetary System), government monopoly of the right to issue currency is the ultimate source of our economic miseries.

President Reagan, in his first inaugural address, famously said:

January 28, 2009

Preemptive Strike Against Mexico Needed to Protect Americans

Filed under: Crime and Punishment,Immigration - 28 Jan 2009

As Mexico’s “war on drugs” decays further and further into civil war, President Obama and Homeland Secretary Janet Napolitano need to be aware of the sub-human Mexican animals whose barbaric behavior could eventually endanger the lives and well being of …

Media Worried Obama Rules Them With Iron Fist

On January 22 the Associated Press posted an interesting little tidbit of news about how Team Obama is treating the press. Apparently, the Obama White House is trying to force news agencies to use Obama’s own, special, ostensibly “official” …

Needing That Armored Conservative

Filed under: Politics In General - 28 Jan 2009

I have been reading a lot from so-called conservative writers and pundits of the needs of the Republicans to regain power in Washington, D.C. One of the foremost “needs” is voiced as a need to be civil and tolerant …

Los Angeles-area alien gang arrests reach nearly 2,000 in 2008

Filed under: Crime and Punishment,Immigration - 28 Jan 2009

“The faster we get them [illegal alien gangbangers] locked up, the faster illegal immigrants replace them,” said a Los Angeles police officer. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested nearly 2,000 gang members and gang associates in the Los …

Obama Targets Real Threats: Rush Limbaugh, Unborn Fetuses!

Filed under: Abortion,In The News - 28 Jan 2009

In yet another bold move in a week of unprecedented executive action by an inexperienced community organizer in the White House, President Barack Obama abandoned several “old school” concerns harbored by the Bush administration in order to properly address more …

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