Archive for: August 2010

August 23, 2010

Impeach Judge Walker

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 23 Aug 2010

You know the old line about pornography: you can’t define it, but you know it when you see it. The same rule applies to judicial activism and incompetence, and right now no judge in the country is the poster boy …

Truth and the Pendulum of Change

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Featured Conservative - 23 Aug 2010

Last week we sat with some friends to talk about our up-coming primary. They wanted to sort out their thoughts with people they feel pay attention to such things. I had “dumped” a humongous stack of mailings from various candidates …

August 22, 2010

Border Patrol joins ICE agents in condemning Obama administration

Filed under: Immigration - 22 Aug 2010

On the heels of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents’ 258-0 “vote of no confidence” against their superiors, U.S. Border Patrol agents are slamming President Barack Obama’s administration especially Attorney General Eric Holder.

22 States Now Following Arizona’s Illegal Immigration Crackdown

Filed under: Immigration - 22 Aug 2010

America’s third largest national organization, focused on fighting against Amnesty and illegal immigration, is announcing that 22 states now have lawmakers pushing versions of Arizona’s illegal immigration crackdown bill SB 1070 following announcements by GOP lawmakers in Colorado and Alabama.

Defeating Obama and the Progressives: Is there Cause for Optimism?

The election of Barack Obama and a hard left Congress has not been a boon to the cause of individual liberty in the United States. Obama has worked hard to advance his goal of transforming America into a government-controlled, social …

August 21, 2010

Palestine – One Arab, Two States, Three Hats, No Jews

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 21 Aug 2010

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas continues to vacillate on resuming direct negotiations with Israel to create a new Arab State between Israel and Jordan.

Obama’s Arizona criminal alien dragnet politically motivated, say critics

Filed under: Immigration,In The News - 21 Aug 2010

What is being viewed by many as an effort to stem the tide of citizen complaints about President Barack Obama’s attacks on Arizona and its immigration enforcement efforts, the Department of Homeland Security is reporting the largest enforcement surge operation …

Conservative Media Has A New Friend

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 21 Aug 2010

The mainstream media seems to finally be taking note of some of Obama’s more serious blunders. Is the mainstream media playing catch up or are they looking to survive. Now that nearly sixty percent of the public has moved away …

Preparing For Democrat’s 2010 General Election Antics

Ever since the advent of the Obama Administration, and its systematic corruption and destruction of the nation’s constitutional framework, Americans have fervently anticipated their opportunity to atone for their past sins by way of the 2010 mid-term elections. That season …

The NRA, Poop Creek and A Missing Paddle

The National Rifle Association is not getting a lot of rave reviews from its members lately. In fact, by the looks of things the NRA is willfully taking a long trip up poop creek and doing so without a …

August 20, 2010

Does Obama really want a second term?

Filed under: Politics In General - 20 Aug 2010

As Barack Obama’s poll numbers continue to spiral downward, many are beginning to doubt his chances for re-election in 2012. Some are even wondering if he really wants a second term. The wildly popular Glenn Beck suggests that …

Where is the Science?

Filed under: In The News,Science & Technology - 20 Aug 2010

The “gay marriage” debate is really about the left’s effort to promote and legitimize homosexual conduct. But one thing is glaringly absent from their arguments – science. What does science say about this? It is not surprising …

When Islam Abandoned Reason

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 20 Aug 2010

What happened to Islamic civilization? How did we get from Avicenna and Cordoba to Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda? In his new book, The Closing of the Muslim Mind: How Intellectual Suicide Created the Modern Islamist Crisis, Robert R. Reilly …

The Emperor Has Clothes

Does the Emperor have clothes? His bare appearance of empty headed rhetoric, lies innuendoes and denials, escalates the absolute atmosphere of degenerate non-sense which unfortunately distributes swimwear to a populous left abandoned in a frigid blizzard. His hand picked entourage, …

August 19, 2010

Mexicans Resort to Clinton’s Crimefighting Strategy

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 19 Aug 2010

Mexican officials faced with growing crime and a quasi-insurgency by drug cartel thugs are seeking to replicate a program embraced by President Bill Clinton and his minions in the 1990s: a Mexican version of Midnight Basketball.

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