Archive for: June 2009

June 24, 2009

Marriage Is More than Just Being in Love

With six states allowing homosexuals to marry, and New York’s Governor insistent on it being the seventh state to allow such unions, the definition and legality of marriage has come under more introspection than ever before.

President Obama not Doing Enough

We have had, since the fraudulent elections, a massive demonstration from the Iranian people of their discontent. At first this was about a presidential election and their belief that the vote was rigged to keep their candidate, Mr. Mousavi, out …

June 23, 2009

Fiscal Realism: Adam Andrzejewski Wants to be Illinois Governor

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 23 Jun 2009

First of all, I know it looks impossible to even say, so let’s clear up that last name. It’s pronounced An-gee-ef-ski. I know, I know, that means here in Illinois we could possibly go from a Governor Blagojevich to an …

New Intel Bill Will Protect Speaker Pelosi Not Americans

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 23 Jun 2009

The newest intelligence bill before members of the US House of Representatives may be more concerned with helping the Speaker of the House save face than with national security concerns, according to some members of Congress.

They also believe the new …

Which Side Really Inspires Violence, the Right or Left?

Is the right responsible for inspiring murder, such as that of late-term abortionist George Tiller by Kansas native Scott Roeder? Some certainly seem to think so. For instance, the Friday before last Bill O’Reilly had as a guest …

June 22, 2009

Why do Democrats Hate Our Soldier’s Kids?

Filed under: American Military,Education & Schools - 22 Jun 2009

Last Friday the Wall Street Journal once again excoriated the president and his henchmen in that mis-educational system so larded with self-interested union thugs (and other Democrats) by pointing out how these ne’er-do-wells are attempting to kill the D.C. …

Palestine – Obama and Netanyahu On A Journey To Nowhere

President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu appear on the surface to have found common ground in agreeing on the need to end the 120 years old conflict between Arabs and Jews by creating a new Arab State between Israel and …

Ivy League Realism

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 22 Jun 2009

The social justice views of Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor have deep roots.

Several recent articles in both liberal-progressive and conservative media attributed Judge Sonia Sotomayor’s interpretation of the law to the doctrine of legal realism. Specifically mentioned in that …

The Black Death

For the people of Europe who faced the Black Death in the middle 1300s, their lives before the plague appeared in many respects the same as for modern people today. People worked in the city shops, or the rural fields, …

June 21, 2009

House Impeaches Federal Judge in Sex Crimes Case; First Since Bill Clinton Impeachment

Filed under: Crime and Punishment,In The News - 21 Jun 2009

On Friday, the US House of Representatives formally impeached a federal judge imprisoned for lying about his alleged sexual assaults of two women.

Federal District Court Judge Samuel Kent of Texas will be tried in the US Senate, the first …

Honesty versus Corruption

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 21 Jun 2009

Recently an armored truck carrying megabucks overturned in Detroit, Michigan, and loads of money spilled onto the highway. Hundreds of people were seen stopping, picking up as much as they could, and driving off. The police later announced …

Barack and Hillary’s Hope for Terrorists and Change for Israel

Barack Obama, during his speech in Cairo, never once mentioned the term terrorism–even though he was, geographically speaking, in the epicenter of Islamic terrorism. His oratory resources were spent on the historical misrepresentation of the Muslim world and fawning over …

Is the Welfare State Fault of Christians?

The Obama Administration and both houses of the US Congress are fast-tracking a number of programs designed to increase the size of what’s commonly known as the Welfare State.

June 20, 2009

Playing Political Games With our Healthcare

These days, government lives to feed itself. It’s the old “nose in the tent” theory. Give ‘em an inch, they’ll take a mile. And government never fails to make itself more important with each new generation of self-important pols. Unfortunately …

Congress Is Dropping The Anchor On Obama

Filed under: Politics In General - 20 Jun 2009

There seems to be discontent in the House of Pelosi. Her ability to bulldoze the house members is beginning to show some cracks. Her solid partisan votes may be a thing of the past. How is this going to affect …

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