Archive for: August 2009

August 27, 2009

The Lockerbie Bomber Release: Accommodation of Jihad

Filed under: In The News - 27 Aug 2009

I remember the day. I was in my apartment, studying for finals, on a cold December morning, when I heard the news about Pan-Am flight 103 over Scotland. I remember, in particular, the name Syracuse and how 35 …

CIA Agents being investigated by Obama Administration

Filed under: In The News - 27 Aug 2009

The Obama White House announced Monday that the CIA will no longer interrogate suspected terrorists. Any and all interrogations will be conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation under the direct supervision of a member of the Obama Administration, although …

Senior Punishment

Filed under: Politics In General - 27 Aug 2009

By: William P. Frasca

The senior citizens, together with all the other social security recipients, which includes survivor children and the disabled are going to feel the wrath of the chosen one sooner than later. It seems as though there is …

How to Argue with a (Guilty) Liberal

Like a demanding and ill-mannered child, liberals are used to getting their way. Whenever they lapse into the losing side of an argument, they reflexively resort to name-calling and mud-slinging. Epithets like “neo-Nazi,” “crypto-fascist,” and “imperialist stooge” buzz like mosquitoes …

Senator Kennedy Not the Greatest Senator of Our Age

Senator Edward Kennedy, the longtime Senator from Massachusetts, has died. Upon the news of his deaths tributes from around the world started pouring in for the senior Senator. He was hailed as a great Senator, he was praised for helping …

August 26, 2009

Fool Me Once …

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 26 Aug 2009

By: Dr. Owens

Don’t be fooled. The Progressives may backpedal. They may make noises about dropping the government option. They may call Obamacare insurance reform. They may talk about saving money and being more efficient.

The Race Idiots

Filed under: Politics In General - 26 Aug 2009

With relativistic people, there is no such thing as a true axiom, yet you’d never know it listening to our modern mantras. We hear things such as “Our strength lies in our diversity,” “Religion has caused all the wars …

Guantanamo Detainees & Obama Politics

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 26 Aug 2009

Thanks to Aljazeera’s English addition we’re learning the Guantanamo prison in Cuba has an evil twin in Afghanistan. Aljazeera reports there’s an even more secretive prison on the US Air Force base at Bagram north of Kabul the Afghan nation’s …

Only this Congress could Delete the Death Panel Clause that Never Existed

Behold, the beast with multitude of heads shall ascend out of the bottomless pit and go into perdition: and those that dwell in the righteous Congress shall wonder, when they behold the beast that brandishes pitchforks, torches, swastikas, gathering its …

August 25, 2009

We The People

Filed under: Politics In General - 25 Aug 2009

President Barack Obama, you’ve overwhelmed “We The People.” Since you were given the prestige of the highest office in the land, there has not been one day of peace or tranquility for the citizens of our country. Many Americans are …

They Got It Backwards

Jack Nicholson usually offers a slam-bang performance whatever his role in a movie. As a Marine colonel in “A Few Good Men”, he played a tough commander who had to make sure his men were alert and prepared for the …

Thank God And Got-Ch-Ya Liberals Are Losing

Filed under: Politics In General - 25 Aug 2009

Who says got-ch-ya is a bad thing? Its bringing liberalism to the front for accountability. For the first time conservatives are out shouting liberals and liberals are crying foul. We’re seeing a difference between organized liberal protesting and grassroots …

Government Stimulus Spending: Differing Perspectives

President Franklin Roosevelt, speaking of the intractable Depression, sourly admitted that Keynesian fiscal policy, in theory, was the simplest thing in the world, but in practice, a disaster.

August 24, 2009

Afghanistan is Worth the Time

Afghanistan had its second Presidential election on Thursday. The first election where there was real opposition to President Karzai. We’ve been in Afghanistan now for 8 years, we’ve accomplished a great deal, and we still have a great way to …

Barack Obama Makes Me Sick

Filed under: Politics In General - 24 Aug 2009

Barack Obama makes me sick. Indeed, that’s the best way to begin this article. In an era of thought police and correctness, it’s likely going to offend the group-think crowd, the socialist S.E.I.U. and Jane Fonda, but, being …

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