Archive for: December 2010

December 17, 2010

Who Is Auditing the Auditors?

In the past few months this columnist has authored a pair of articles (October 6 and December 1) regarding the assault on career colleges by the U.S. Department of Education. Unlike state-owned public institutions and private, not-for-profit colleges, …

December 16, 2010

America Sleeps While Mass Illegal Alien Amnesty Looms

Filed under: Immigration - 16 Dec 2010

A massive, nation changing, Dream Act amnesty for millions of illegal aliens hangs in the balance needing only one vote in the US Senate that may come any day now. Conservative media conduits like Fox News, Drudge Report, World Net …

ACLU wages war on Christmas

By Chris Slavens

It’s that “most wonderful time of the year” again. Children eagerly await a visit from jolly Santa Claus, while their parents try to squeeze shopping into a schedule already filled with parties, parades, church programs, and visiting relatives. …

All Fingers Point To Obama

Filed under: Politics In General - 16 Dec 2010

We learned a lot about Obama this week. We learned he can’t be trusted to keep his promises, we learned he will say and do anything to maintain his presidential stature. We learned he’s a man without principle, one …

Ending the TSA Madness: Listen Up, Folks, Here’s How You Win the Profiling Debate

One thing that saddens me about the TSA security controversy is that we’re missing a great opportunity. Sure, the insanity of patting down three-year-old, blonde-haired lasses and octogenarian grandmothers with prosthetics has caused a great backlash, as more and …

December 15, 2010

Wikileaks retaliation perpetrated by “hacktivists”

Domestic and foreign terrorist organizations, foreign intelligence actors, and criminal enterprises are increasingly using encryption technology to secure their communications and to exercise command and control over operations and people without fear of surveillance.

A Born Again Bush Booster and the Stealth Stimulus

President Barak Obama faced the nation as a born again Bush Booster as he reversed years of personal commitment and regurgitated rhetoric presenting the extension of the Bush tax cuts as his plan for recovery.

Lawless Government – The Great Non-Sequitur of the Last Days

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 15 Dec 2010

A non sequitur according to Wikipedia is “A logical fallacy where a stated conclusion is not supported by its premise.” In common vernacular it’s something that just doesn’t make a lick of sense no matter how you say it.

Tax Squabble Puts America At A Crossroads

The unprecedented power of this year’s conservative groundswell has placed Washington liberals completely on the defensive, which is a fate they never expected. It was barely two years ago that the future was seemingly in their hands. Now they must …

December 14, 2010

Pelosi Queen of the Liberals

Filed under: Politics In General,The Democrats - 14 Dec 2010

By: Dr. Phil Taverna

Did the Democrats make a mistake when they re-elected Nancy Pelosi?

Speaker Pelosi is without a doubt the most powerful woman in politics. Thank god she is a liberal otherwise she would be torn apart at the stake. …

US, EU to discuss new agreement to fight terrorism and crime

European Union justice ministers on Friday urged the beginning of talks between the EU and the United States on a personal data protection agreement when cooperating to fight terrorism and crime.

No, WikiLeaks and Julian Assange Do Not Have 1st Amendment Protection of Freedom of Speech

Julian Assange is the proprietor, creator, and engineer of WikiLeaks, the incorporeal mechanism for disseminating stolen classified cables, documents, and videos owned by the United States government. Assange is not a journalist, he does not have a story, he does …

Thoughts about the “best deal we could get”

As of this writing, it is difficult to speculate on whether or not the Democrats in Congress will pass the deal to maintain current tax rates, as agreed upon by Obama and Republican political leaders. If they fail to do …

December 12, 2010

Reid Flinches Runs To The House, Charge ALIPACers

Filed under: Immigration - 12 Dec 2010

With the breaking news on our homepage (alipac.us) reported from NumbersUSA that Maine Senator Olympia Snowe will vote No ON Dream Amnesty Cloture, Sen Reid is retreating!

LGBT: Kansas, you’re not in Kansas Anymore

Filed under: Politics In General - 12 Dec 2010

“Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” Those were the troubled words of Dorothy Gale as she found herself in a foreign world in the movie The Wizard of Oz. Many have used that sentence over the years …

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