Archive for: March 17, 2009

March 17, 2009

Russian mobsters consort with terrorists, slave traders

Filed under: War On Terror - 17 Mar 2009

From Himalayan villages to Eastern European cities, people — especially women and girls — are attracted by the prospect of a well-paid job as a domestic servant, waitress or factory worker. Human traffickers recruit victims through fake advertisements, mail-order bride …

Mr. President What If It Doesn’t Work

Filed under: Politics In General - 17 Mar 2009

What if all this lending of money the country doesn’t have doesn’t work, and then when we’re out of money and out of options? Then what? No country is about to bail out America when it’s flat on its back. …

Faol, Foul Varlet, and Hie Thee Hence!

Filed under: Politics In General - 17 Mar 2009

If the Obamatons had any sense of decency, they would have fostered real bipartisanship with Republicans. Obama should have a relationship with the former President that would have allowed him to pick up the phone and say, “So, Dubya, whaddya …

Obama’s Nominee to Justice Dept. Was a Terrorist’s Lawyer

Filed under: Politically Incorrect Reality,War On Terror - 17 Mar 2009

On March 9, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on one of Barack Obama’s latest nominees. This time it was to assess the suitability of Tony West, Obama’s nominee for the assistant attorney general in charge of the …

A Dollar To Day A Cent Tomorrow

Filed under: Economics - 17 Mar 2009

Don’t you just hate to be right. Chinese premier Wen Jiabao urged the US to take measures to guarantee it’s good credit. Because China is the number 1 debt holder in T bills which will start coming due in 2012 …

Obama Ignores the Madness of Fighting a Politically Correct Terrorism War

President Barack Obama’s Attorney General Eric Holder announced on Friday that the term enemy combatant will no longer be used by the federal government to describe enemy combatants captured on the battlefield during counterterrorism and counterinsurgency military operations. To many …