Archive for: March 19, 2009

March 19, 2009

Living Like it’s 1899, What does ‘Sacrifice’ Mean?

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 19 Mar 2009

Newsweek has some prescriptions to save us all. We should live like it’s 1899 instead of 2009. Don’t use a dryer for your clothes, chop your own wood for heating fuel, buy a black and white TV because it’s …

Cops Battle 21st Century Crime Gangs

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 19 Mar 2009

Law enforcement officers from communities unaffected by gangs until the 1980s or early 1990s often find themselves scrambling to obtain training relevant to what are called hybrid youth gangs in the 21st century.

The Michael John McCrae Economic Stimulus Plan (Revised)

Filed under: Politics In General - 19 Mar 2009

In all seriousness I believe we can revive the American economy, not with hundreds of billions of dollars given to democrats or corporations. In my plan everyone is bailed out and the economy is almost completely salvaged by giving the …

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

Filed under: Politics In General - 19 Mar 2009

In October 2008 Ben Bernanke the chairman of the Fed arranged for funds from the FDIC to be used to shore up the wavering banking community. This was a decision approved in principle by George Bush however Bernanke didn’t need …

First Fifty-Six Days: What Obama Hath Wrought

Filed under: In The News - 19 Mar 2009

The first fifty-six days of the Obama presidency have been—to put it mildly—planned frenzy. Frenzy in an attempt to keep We-the-People from knowing what’s really going on (chaos is a tyrant’s friend) and planned because it was! Just some of …

The Unconstitutional Quest for Washington, D.C. Voting Rights

This incessant push to grant Washington, D.C. voting rights in the House of Representatives, sans a microcosm of a parliamentary order, is one more blow to the ever increasing raping of our Constitution. This past week the Senate voted, …