Archive for: June 2010

June 22, 2010

Arizona took off its rainbow shades

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Immigration - 22 Jun 2010

Most of the arguments over the heated immigration issue take on a similar form. People claim that Arizona’s new law allows police to racially profile Hispanics. Those in favor of the law swear it does not, but only allows police …

June 21, 2010

America Is Becoming Its Own Worst Enemy

Filed under: Politics In General - 21 Jun 2010

… thanks to Barack Hussein [Little Berry Dunham] Obama

For nearly a year and a half President Obama has launched attack after attack on nearly every one of this countries institutions and industrial bases. Barack Obama’s made America …

Let’s be Realistic About Afghanistan

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 21 Jun 2010

Opinions on Afghanistan run the table from hopelessly optimistic to dangerously pessimistic, with most commentators falling into the latter category. Men like Ralph Peters of the New York Post, and Tony Blankely of the Washington Times insist that our mission …

Let’s hear it for the girls! Women and the conservative movement

We are currently watching the beginning of an American return to conservative values. What is unique about this return is that it is being led by an increasing number of politically savvy women. Political positions in almost all local, state, …

June 20, 2010

Obama Nominee Defended Saudi Terrorist

President Barack Obama’s nominee for the number two spot at the U.S. Justice Department served as a lawyer for the Saudi royals who helped finance the 9-11 terrorist attacks and raked in millions of dollars to “monitor” a collapsed insurance …

Louisiana: It’s Our Butt that’s getting Kicked!

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 20 Jun 2010

In less than twenty minutes I can reach the areas affected by the oil gushing from the BP deep water drill site in the Gulf. We here in St. Bernard Parish will feel the brunt of this disaster for decades …

Barack Obama in Search of Ass to Kick

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 20 Jun 2010

Barack Obama, when unscripted, instinctively displays the tawdry substance that burdens his character. Obama seems overwhelmingly challenged with the obligation of displaying, at the least, a perfunctory element of noblesse oblilge. His latest fraudulent paroxysm regarding the oil spill in …

June 19, 2010

Olympics Subtly Lure Tots Into Paganism’s Embrace

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 19 Jun 2010

Over the past decade and a half or thereabouts, I have published occasional columns pointing out that there is more going on in terms of worldview at the Olympic games than good sportsmanship and keeping a stoic outlook no matter …

Illegal Alien Incarceration Bad for States’ Budgets

Filed under: Crime and Punishment,Immigration - 19 Jun 2010

President Barack Obama says he wants lawmakers in both houses of Congress to make progress this year on reforming the immigration system. However, he’s not talking about how his administration is failing to protect citizens from criminal aliens.

Gaza – Red Cross Plays Politics And Ignores Evacuation

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 19 Jun 2010

The Red Cross – like the United Nations – has unfortunately chosen to play the political card in calling for Israel to end its blockade of Gaza – rather than using its prestige and influence to call for the Gazans …

Colby Hall and Poor Congress Members Being Asked Questions

Filed under: Featured Conservative,In The News - 19 Jun 2010

When being questioned by two college students with video cameras, Rep. Bob Etheridge lost his cool, grabbing at the camera and grabbing one of the students by the wrist. Rep. Etheridge assaulted the students, yet to people like Colby Hall, …

Dealing With The Oil Spill The Liberal Way

Personally I am absolutely astonished that President Obama, the consummate leftist that he is, is allowing his public standing to be denigrated by not taking decisive action to solve the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico the way liberals …

June 18, 2010

Sharron Angle Victory for Tea Party/ We The People

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 18 Jun 2010

“We’re havin’ a tea party across this land…if you love this country, come on and join our ban”, excuse me for starting this article singing a line from my “American Tea Party Anthem”, but I feel good. Sharron Angle endorsed …

The Bottleneck is Always at the Top

Why does bureaucracy cover the world? Because bureaucracy is the most efficient form of organization ever devised. Max Weber first pointed out the defining traits of a bureaucracy calling it the ideal type of organization because it’s rational, …

Real Change From The Silent Majority

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 18 Jun 2010

Real political change is in the air, you could actually feel it throughout your whole body, mind and spirit, like a cool summer breeze. It’s not an illusion portrayed by phony, self righteous, demigods, of vain non-sense and non-existent promises …

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