Archive for: January 2011

January 28, 2011

Why States Must Nullify Unconstitutional Acts of Congress

Instructions from Hamilton, Madison, & Jefferson.

During August 2010, the People of The State of Missouri approved Proposition C and nullified key parts of “obamacare”.  As a matter of constitutional principle, may the People of the States lawfully do this?  …

January 27, 2011

Daniel Pearl murder investigation a sham, claims report

Filed under: War On Terror - 27 Jan 2011

More than eight years after the brutal murder of American journalist Daniel Pearl by terrorists, a group of U.S. journalists claim the Pakistani government botched the investigation and prosecution of the high-profile case.

Regarding The Black Tea Party

Filed under: Politics In General - 27 Jan 2011

Since their national debut on the Hannity Show, I have been swamped with patriots wanting to know my opinion of the Black Tea Party. Some are offended by blacks separating themselves. From my understanding, these black patriots are not separating …

Congress Asked To Investigate False Information about Tucson Shooting

Filed under: Immigration,Myths & Lies - 27 Jan 2011

ALIPAC is calling on members of Congress to investigate why the Department of Homeland Security sent a memo to the media containing false information implying that the Tucson shooter Jared Loughner, was motivated by Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ religion and stance …

Olbermann Fired: V-K Day

What a weekend!  There I was, in my ante room, cleaning mud off my cleats, when it came over the wire: the era of Keith Olbermann’s ranting is through.  A tale immediately sprang to mind of how my father had …

January 26, 2011

The 8th Deadly Sin: Procrastination

Filed under: Politics In General - 26 Jan 2011

He who hesitates is lost.

When we have the opportunity to accomplish something and we miss that opportunity because we fail to take action or we allow ourselves to be diverted from the best to accomplish the good that isn’t defeat …

Tucson as an Object Lesson in Political ‘Reality’

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 26 Jan 2011

Mine was a circuitous route from philosophy to politics, and there are few recent events that better illustrate the difference between my origin and ultimate destination than the tragic event in Tucson last week.

Myths for 2011

Filed under: Myths & Lies - 26 Jan 2011

By: Dr. Phil Taverna

I can’t believe all these lies that are coming out since the massacre in Tucson.

All of a sudden we are going to have civility. By removing the word “killing” and changing it instead to “job …

Newt Gingrich: the Chameleon

First let me say, I like Newt Gingrich, or at least, I’ve tried to like him as he’s morphed into a political chameleon who talks out of both sides of his mouth.  Gingrich is articulate and shrewd, but the author …

January 25, 2011

Will Obama bow to the demands of Chinese President?

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 25 Jan 2011

Chinese President Hu Jintao — who also serves as general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party — is in Washingrton, DC today for a summit meeting with President Barack Obama.

The censorship of Huckleberry Finn

By: Sarah Bolton

There has been recent debate whether to censor Mart Twain’s Huckleberry Finn; more specifically to remove the “n-word”, which appears no less than 219 times, according to Publisher’s Weekly. Instead …

A little Iffy

People sitting in chairs staring blankly ahead, sleeping on the floor, or standing in a never-ending line… all waiting for the same thing: news that a flight, cancelled due to bad weather, meant to take them somewhere other than …

NAACP Creates Box O’ George Washington

While reading her emails, I heard my wife say, “This is so absurd, it has to be an internet hoax doctored photo”. It was a photo of a rally on MLK Day hosted by the South Carolina NAACP held at …

January 23, 2011

Al-Qaeda in Yemen urges to supporters to kill Americans throughout the world

Filed under: War On Terror - 23 Jan 2011

Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has urged its members, associates and supporters to attack the American government and its citizens whether in the United States or in other parts of the world.

The Final Word on Julian Assange, WikiLeaks, the 1st Amendment, and Journalism

Filed under: In The News - 23 Jan 2011

Ever since Julian Assange consummated his pathological compulsion for recognition and notoriety by releasing stolen classified documents via WikiLeaks, and his subsequent arrest, journalists have mobilized en masse to defend Assange and his conduit to pandemonium and criminality, WikiLeaks. Statistically …

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