Archive for: May 2009

May 31, 2009

U.S. Embassy to Hold First-Ever Gay Pride Party Tonight – In Iraq

Filed under: In The News - 31 May 2009

In the short time that President Obama has been in office, there have been many breaches of foreign protocol such as an overt familiarity with the British Queen and bowing to the Saudi King. But the most significant indiscretion …

ALIPAC Opposes Hispanic Supremacy on Supreme Court

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 31 May 2009

ALIPAC is launching a national campaign today to oppose President Obama’s nominee for the US Supreme Court Sonia Sotomayor because of her racist comments and her membership in a racist organization called “The Race”.

The media hate the truth, and they lie on behalf of Obama

There is a helpless, sinister sense that seems to be hanging like a heavy weight over the country. One can compare the emotion to that of a death of a loved one — America.

Faith-Based Politics

Conservatives generally base their politics and other secular decisions on facts and logic. Whether they gather all the facts and apply rigorous logic and to what extent is the subject of another discussion, but I submit that in the …

May 30, 2009

Circumnavigating the Rule of Law

Filed under: Politics In General - 30 May 2009

The last I heard, the United States was not a signatory to the Law of the Sea Convention. Yet back in 1996, under President Clinton, we became signatories to an agreement with the Commonwealth of the Bahamas “concerning a cooperative …

Sonia Sotomayor: Supreme Misandrist?

Filed under: In The News - 30 May 2009

Does this remark make you want to head for the hills?

“I would hope that a wise Caucasian man with the richness of his experiences would more often than not reach better conclusion than a Latina woman who hasn’t lived that …

Hope and Mirrors: Stimulus ‘Saved’ Cops To Be Fired Anyway

On March 6, Obama’s mouthpiece, Robert Gibbs, happily told the nation that the Obama “stimulus” plan had saved the jobs of 25 Cops in Columbus, Ohio. This was an example, Gibbs trumpeted, of how Obama’s supposed stimulus package was …

Palestine – Jordan Jittery But Not To Worry

Filed under: Uncategorized - 30 May 2009

King Abdullah of Jordan has obviously got a bad attack of the jitters as Israeli politicians now focus their attention on Jordan returning to re-occupy the heavily Arab populated areas of the West Bank – as Jordan had done so …

Sotomayor Wrong for Supreme Court

Give it to President Obama, when he said that empathy would be his greatest qualification for a federal judge he meant it. His first nominee to the United States Supreme Court, Sonia Sotomayor, doesn’t exactly have the greatest reputation as …

Look! Up In The Sky! It’s Sotomayor!

Liberals are gushing over, and President Obama is praising endlessly, Sonia Sotomayor. Repeatedly we are being barraged by the left with the personal story of one who could possibly be the first Hispanic woman on the Supreme Court.

May 29, 2009

Conservatives: Oppose Sotomayor at Your Own Risk?

A few of our newly minted spokesmen for all those seemingly ubiquitous new Republican moderates out there are starting to say that if we oppose Sotomayor, we do so at our own risk. By this they mean that if we …

Reflections on Memorial Day & My Brother, a Fallen Soldier

Filed under: American Military - 29 May 2009

There are some of us lucky enough to know very early what we are supposed to be. My brother, Sergeant Jonathan Cadavero, was one of those fortunate people. He never had dilemmas about the path he was supposed …

What A Supreme Court Justice Should Be

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 29 May 2009

An appointee to the highest court in the land shouldn’t considered gender or ethnicity as a criteria. There’s entirely too much hyphenating in our culture without bringing it into the courts. Most immigrates came to America to be Americans, they …

Cheney, Limbaugh, And The Liberal Paper Tiger

If the Republican Party does intend to incorporate the ideologies promoted last week by former Secretary of State Colin Powell it should first change its mascot from an elephant to a horse, specifically of the Trojan variety.

May 28, 2009

My personal trial by fire

Filed under: Potpourri - 28 May 2009

Every now and then, some event in life occurs that changes your entire outlook on things. Such an event merits writing about despite the fact that it deviates from the usual political analysis in this column. The information shared or …

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