Archive for: June 2009

June 27, 2009

Don’t Allow Turf Wars or Pettiness to Side Track Tea Party Movement

Filed under: Politics In General,Taxes & Taxation - 27 Jun 2009

A concerned patriot wrote me the following. “…our Tea Party efforts are taking a weird turn. As you know the April 15th nationwide rallies were a BIG success! The issues were Runaway Federal Spending and lack of primarily, the Federal …

Surfing USA: Drug Smuggling Ring Uses Surfboards

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 27 Jun 2009

Last Thursday night, U.S. Border Patrol agents in San Diego, CA arrested two men for attempting to smuggle 141 pounds of marijuana, valued at approximately $84,600, according to a report sent to police organizations including the National Association of Chiefs …

Left-Wing Hyperbole: Know what Healthcare is Just like? Slavery

See, we know that it isn’t wild-eyed, hyperbole to say that slavery is “just like” our current healthcare debate because Glenn W. Smith of the extremist left-wing site Firedoglake helpfully tells us that “this is not hyperbole.”

Obama Is 95% Cured Of Something For Sure!

President Barack Obama, answering queries about his signing of a law giving Congress unconstitutional power to regulate the tobacco industry, proclaimed himself a 95% cured smoker. What this means is anyone’s guess as the vilification of tobacco and people …

Barack Obama’s Robust Debate Taking Place in Iran

Two of the most ludicrous and perplexing statements regarding the Iranian elections came, poignantly, from Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Unfortunately, they occupy the top two positions within the hierarchy of American foreign policy.

June 26, 2009

How do we stop Communism? Pray!

Many clear-thinking Americans believe that Marxists are in control of our country — and that there is no reason to believe they will ever give up their power.

The question at hand is what can be done to remedy the situation …

Liberals: Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

I still remember the knot in my stomach upon seeing the sea of white faces from the window of our school bus. It was the first day of school 1961. We came from a neighboring black community, about a hundred …

Obama Quietly Pushing Back Healthcare Deadline to December?

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 26 Jun 2009

The folks at HealthcareHorseRace.com have discovered an interesting inconsistency with Obama’s June 20 statements on his healthcare bill deadline and that posted in the “official” transcript on the White House website.

B. H. Obama’s Socialist & Bankrupt Circus

P. T. Barnum was an American showman and founder of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. He was also widely known for his flamboyant style and elaborate hoaxes. A famous quote from the audacious showman says a quite …

June 25, 2009

RICO Case: Mexican Mafia “Shot Caller” Nabbed for Murder of 3-Week-Old Baby

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 25 Jun 2009

Federal and local law enforcement authorities on Tuesday arrested eight of 39 members and associates of one of the most entrenched “cliques” of the 18th Street Gang after the return of federal criminal charges alleging that the gang operated a …

Snob tries Slumming for ‘Sacrifice’

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism,Myths & Lies - 25 Jun 2009

When President Obama came to office he told the nation that a shared sacrifice was key to America’s recovery. He urged Americans toward self-reliance and thrift. In those early days the idea of reviving the “victory garden” concept of WWII …

The Supreme Court Nominee Who Can’t Write

Supreme Court opinions are words for the generations that can affect the lives and welfare of millions. No one doubts that Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor has a compelling life story. But more to the point, we need to inquire …

I’m Sorry… So Sorry…

No, really. I’m sorry. You’re sorry. We’re all sorry. At least that’s what President Barack Obama said about us when he spoke to our global friends and foes in his recent travels. Hmmmm… I don’t recall “shame-faced apologist” being part …

June 24, 2009

Domestic Terrorism: Sabotage and the Saboteur

Filed under: War On Terror - 24 Jun 2009

Sabotage, like any other weapon, offers its user an amplification and extension of his own strength, both to harm others and defend himself. Sabotage has the additional appeal of destroying much evidence of itself, and is usually hard to prove.

Post-Election Iran and the Way Ahead

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 24 Jun 2009

Any hope that the result of last week’s presidential election in Iran might be overturned is now, more than likely, gone. More than 200 of the 290 members of Iran’s parliament have endorsed the victory of incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, …

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