Archive for: May 2010

May 20, 2010

What Is Sovereignty and Who Has It

Sovereignty is accepted as absolute uncontested authority. This definition of the concept of sovereignty emerged along with the nation-state. The nation-state hasn’t always existed. Everyone tends to see the circumstances of their own times as the static …

May 19, 2010

Filed under: In The News - 19 May 2010

Our schools in American are becoming a war zone created by a wimpy United States Government, full of individual subservient cowards of idiocy. Our precious commodity and asset, which are our children, are being used as pawns, taught by the …

The Stock Market, The Business Cycle, and Obama

Filed under: Economics - 19 May 2010

The stock market had a decent though not spectacular climb from around 8500 to 11,000, and at that point there ensued some severe fluctuations, large dips and almost as large rebounds. I hope you were all in the market …

Court grants asylum to Obama’s illegal alien aunt

An immigration court judge granted asylum to President Barack Obama’s aunt, allowing her to remain in the United States in spite of breaking the U.S. immigration laws.

Fifty-seven year old Zeituni Onyango, President Barack Obama’s aunt on his Kenyan father’s …

May 18, 2010

Obama-ism Is Nothing But Ground Up Socialism

Filed under: Politics In General - 18 May 2010

Barack Obama can call his new World Order anything he likes; it’s still the old Karl Marx manifesto reworked. Their corps principles are the people are dependent on and responsible to the state. The state is the primary decision …

Sister Carol Keehan Misrepresents Her Support of the Health-Care Bill

Filed under: Abortion,Religion & Faith - 18 May 2010

Sr. Carol Keehan responded to the standing ovation she received at a gathering of Obama’s Catholic coalition by making a very strange claim about her support of the recent health-care legislation signed by President Barack Obama.

America and Greece: Beware the Path of the Black Cat

In you live in America, Europe, or many other places on the planet, then you probably have heard the tales of bad fortune that befalls unprepared souls who allow a black cat to cross their paths. In this realm of …

May 17, 2010

Media Demands, “Take Us To Your Leader, Sarah Palin!”

Filed under: Politics In General - 17 May 2010

Is Sarah Palin the leader of the Tea Party Movement? This is asked as a “gotcha” question by the liberal mainstream media of every spokesperson of the Tea Party Movement. The liberal mainstream media is so far out of touch …

Arizona immigration law: Politicians and activists deception exposed

Filed under: Immigration - 17 May 2010

How many times have Americans heard lawmakers, mayors, governors, and immigration advocates when asked about Arizona enforcing immigration law, claim that their police officers aren’t authorized or trained to enforce immigration laws?

“Well, either these government leaders are too ignorant …

Fake Virtues Are Worse than Vices

Lately I’ve felt like Lex Luthor without any Kryptonite. For the past few weeks here I’ve been vindicating the rights of the merely natural against the claims of supernature. (Sheesh, that even sounds boring to me.) It’s not a …

May 16, 2010

Book On Hitler Youth Warns Of Communitarian Dangers

Filed under: History,Politically Incorrect Reality - 16 May 2010

When pondering the evils of Nazism and Adolf Hitler, one’s mind reflexively turns to the horrors of the Second World War and the Holocaust because of the overwhelming loss of life surrounding these historical events. However, coming in high …

The TMI President

Filed under: Featured Conservative,What The F@#K?!? - 16 May 2010

In the 1960’s, AT&T’s public relations department supposedly coined the term “Information Age.”

This past weekend during his commencement address at Hampton University, President Obama may have coined another term, “TMI Age.”

May 15, 2010

In Star Spangled Spirit Tea Parties Will Prevail.

Filed under: Politics In General - 15 May 2010

I watched a History channel program about the War of 1812. Folks, I can not explain why, but the segment about the battle of Baltimore at Fort McHenry and the writing of our national anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner moved me …

Obama Accelerates, Israel Graduates, The West Bank Separates

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 15 May 2010

The announcement on 10 May that Israel has been invited to become a member of the Organisation For Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has been interpreted by many as being a “reward” for Israel entering into proximity …

The Stars & Stripes: Always ‘Two Thumbs Up’

by David Bozeman

AOL News reports that film critic Roger Ebert criticized the five California teens who wore clothing bearing the American flag to school on May 5 — Cinco de Mayo. He announced on his Twitter page that …

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