Archive for: April 2011

April 30, 2011

Build it… They’ll Buy It

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 30 Apr 2011

I received an email entitled: “The Gospel According to Hollywood”, by John A. Murray, headmaster of Fourth Presbyterian School in Potomac, Md. Mr. Murray asks the reader to imagine meeting a person who had never heard of Easter; then asking, …

Mexico to file lawsuit against U.S. gun industry

In what’s being characterized as Mexico’s latest attempt to squeeze the United States for more cash, the officials of that corrupt and impoverished country announced yesterday they’ve hired a United States law firm in order to sue the U.S. gun …

Listing of lizard may shut down Texas oil

You can’t make this up.  First, a Spotted Owl destroyed the timber industry of the Pacific Northwest, then a minnow turned the most productive agricultural land in the world into a dustbowl, and now, as energy prices spike and …

Nipping Rick Santorum’s Presidential Aspirations In The Bud

Rick Santorum, a former Senator from my home state of Pennsylvania, is out wading through the political swamp and exploring a potential run for President. How do I know this? I know this because he and or his …

April 29, 2011

Blockade-busting voyage against Israel planned by Islamists, leftists

The main organizers of last year’s so-called Gaza Flotilla, the Turkish-based Foundation for Human Rights, Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief (IHH), the Free Gaza coalition, and assorted radical-left leaders such as President Obama’s friends and colleagues William Ayers and Jodie Evans, …

From Hope and Change to Duck and Hide: Obama swings left

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 29 Apr 2011

Is this guy for real?  The transmogrification of Barack Obama, who when he’s not getting down with Jay-Z is out spewing clap-trap on the Fantasy Tour, has mired him squarely in the political gutter.  Anyone who’s been to the pump …

Let’s Review: 15 Predictions from the first Earth Day in 1970

Filed under: Myths & Lies - 29 Apr 2011

Another Earth Day has come and gone and the world is still rotating on its axis.

Here are 15 brazen predictions made by noted environmentalists in recognition of the first Earth Day in 1970 that did not come true. But …

Do We Even Have a Foreign Policy?

I’m not surprised when there are foreign policy changes when we have a new administration. Each President is different in his outlook of the world, each President has different challenges to face, and each political party emphasizes different ways of …

April 28, 2011

Tea Party: David Vs Two Headed Goliath: Obama Administration/Liberal Media.

Filed under: Politics In General - 28 Apr 2011

On the O’ Reilly Factor TV show, Dennis Miller was asked his thoughts regarding the media’s response to Obama’s numerous flip flops. Miller said the media will report whatever Obama does in a positive light.

Obama orders review of military budget cuts

Filed under: American Military,In The News - 28 Apr 2011

President Barack Obama is continuing to pursue his goal of cutting U.S. military spending in spite of American forces active in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and other locations throughout the world.

Truth Justice and the American Way

Filed under: Economics,Politics In General - 28 Apr 2011

Who in their wildest dreams ever thought we would see a headline that says, “China Urges U.S. to Protect Creditors”?  For those of us who grew up in an America that was the undisputed leader of the free world …

Inflation At The Gate, The Fed Talks About Deflation

Filed under: Economics,Featured Conservative - 28 Apr 2011

While flooding the banking system with excessive amounts of fiat dollars, Fed Chairman Bernanke has talked endlessly about the need to avert deflation. Unspoken was the real reason: promoting inflation – robbing retirees and working people who are saving …

April 27, 2011

Israel – A Boycott Without A Buoy

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 27 Apr 2011

The recent attempt by the Marrickville Council in Sydney to impose a boycott on its purchase of Israeli goods and products spectacularly collapsed after the Council was advised by its Chief Officer that enforcing the boycott would cost its ratepayers …

Libyan Quagmire

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 27 Apr 2011

By: David Warren

The Libyan affair — one does not know what to call it; not a war precisely, more an “experimental bombing” — is one in which both Canada and the United States are participating. We have a general election …

No, Beauty is Not in the Eye of the Beholder

Filed under: Potpourri - 27 Apr 2011

The American Thinker’s Rick Moran recently wrote a blog piece about how some Catholics in France destroyed two of Andres Serrano’s creations, excreta that some euphemistically refer to as art.  Moran opened by saying that his topic would make for …

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