Archive for: February 2011

February 21, 2011

ICE agents’ attackers likely Los Zetas crime gang

The attackers of two American federal agents while traveling in Mexico yesterday are believed to be members or associates of the Mexican crime gang Los Zetas, a confidential source tells the Law Enforcement Examiner.

Greed Before Prudence

Wisconsin syndicalists are prepared to destroy organized government, if necessary, to continue looting the public treasury.

The spectacle of concerted strikes by teachers, other public employee unions, and by Democrat/Socialist Party legislators in Wisconsin is a throwback to the syndicalist origin …

February 20, 2011

Fort Hood shootings linked to political correctness, Senators claim

Filed under: Political Correctness Run Amok,War On Terror - 20 Feb 2011

The U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs began holding hearings on Tuesday that may ultimately unveil newly declassified information about the Fort Hood massacre that will prove political correctness played a part in a terror attack that …

Attaching Reality To Obama’s “Sputnik Moment”

Filed under: Politics In General - 20 Feb 2011

Perhaps the best manner in which to properly assess the true nature of liberalism is to revisit the issues and commentaries of a few weeks past, and compare them to the events of the current day. As any given situation …

Obama’s Budget & the Media: Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid

The liberal media is either stupid, insane or totally in the tank for Obama. My gut tells me it is the latter. Folks, America is in deep trouble. The liberal media’s blind all consuming idolatry of the first black president …

February 19, 2011

Good Religion, As I see It

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 19 Feb 2011

My name is Edward L. Daley, and I’m what’s known as a deist. That is to say that I embrace no particular religious faith, yet I do believe in an eternal creator of all life and existence… as best we …

Patriot Act provisions get House nod; Bill moves to Senate

Filed under: In The News - 19 Feb 2011

In a turnaround from last Tuesday, when they failed to renew provisions of the Patriot act, House Republicans succeeded on Monday in extending the soon-to-expire surveillance provisions of the nation’s anti-terrorism law.

The Unserious World Of President Barack Obama

Amateur hour at the White House continued this week. President Obama, who swears up and down, cross his heart and hope to die, that he is serious about tackling the federal budget deficit released his proposed budget for fiscal …

The Alternative Engine – The Not-So-Little Engine That Wouldn’t Go Away

by: Van D. Hipp, Jr.

The federal government’s penchant for wasting taxpayer money is nothing new. Sadly, it’s what we’ve come to expect.

And while the infamous $436 hammers and $600 toilet seats are distant memories, the current crop of …

February 18, 2011

Egypt, Israel and Gaza – Flashpoint For Future Confrontation

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 18 Feb 2011

The Egyptian Revolution has raised questions as to the possible termination of the 1979 Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty by Egypt. Any such concern – in the short term – seems to have been allayed by the Fourth Egyptian Military Statement …

Armstrong Williams Duped By Egyptian Hooligans

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 18 Feb 2011

Of the tumult in Egypt, columnist Armstrong Williams posted that America should not be afraid of Egypt’s emerging democracy that “will be different from America’s political system.”

Egypt: The Next Iran

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 18 Feb 2011

And here we go. After living through Jimmy Crater’s single, ineffectual term I am now watching a replay of victorious Islamic radicalism’s efforts to rule the world. The Carter Administration trusted the lies of the mullahs and stood mute to …

Here’s How to Save Money

The President thinks that he his being fiscally responsible by submitting a 3.7 trillion dollar budget(the founding fathers are rolling in their graves) and insists that any more cuts will cause the American people to suffer. The Congressional Republicans want …

February 17, 2011

Border War: Counterinsurgency needed at US-Mexico border, says lawmaker

Filed under: American National Security - 17 Feb 2011

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano’s recent visit to the U.S.-Mexican border was less than admirable, according to many law enforcement commanders. She accused them and others of exaggerating the danger and violence within border states such as Arizona, California …

GOP reveals hypocrisy with Patriot Act vote

By Chris Slavens

Both parties in the House failed to muster enough votes to extend controversial provisions of the Patriot Act on February 8, which required a two-thirds majority.

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