Archive for: April 2011

April 22, 2011

Craig’s List Ripper: Crime scene may reveal ID of murderer

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 22 Apr 2011

The remains of ten people have been found dumped along the side of a beach-front road in a peaceful, affluent holiday resort on New York’s Long Island. The deaths are believed to be the work of a serial killer.

Climate refugees fail to materialize for UN

Question—if an international organization falls in the forest does it make a sound?  File it under “manufactured crisis,” but back in 2005, long before Climate-gate and a succession of brutal winters, the United Nations warned that “catastrophic climate …

April 21, 2011

Like him or not, Ron Paul is relevant

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 21 Apr 2011

At age 75, Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) is the oldest of a crowd of potential Republican presidential challengers, if only by a few years. If elected in 2012, he would be the oldest president in U.S. history; the record-holder, Reagan, …

Canada’s Election Could Impact the U.S. Economy

To say that the outcome of the current Canadian federal election campaign could have a direct effect on the United States would be an understatement.

Under Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s minority Conservative government, Canada’s economy has endured the global economic crash …

Liberal Dominance: You’re Not in Kansas Anymore!

Filed under: Politics In General - 21 Apr 2011

Attention patriots. Captain Lloyd Marcus of the Tea Party Army reporting on my mission in Hutchinson Kansas. I was the keynote speaker for the Hutchinson Tea Party. Our Kansas patriots are strong, committed and warm salt of the earth great …

April 20, 2011

Calculating Inflation

Filed under: Economics - 20 Apr 2011

Each month your finances get tighter. You haven’t had a raise in awhile and expenses appear to increase. Yet, the government insists there is very little inflation. How can that be?

Prop 8, If the Judge Ain’t Straight You Must Vacate

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 20 Apr 2011

Proposition 8 is an amendment to California’s State Constitution. It was passed by a comfortable margin via ballot initiative in 2008. Prop 8 maintained the age-old definition of marriage in the Golden State as requiring binary male-female compatibility. It remains …

The Department of Justice Cleared of Racial Discrimination by the Department of Justice

I knew it the moment I saw the video on November 4, 2008; Election Day. It was reminiscent of the Jim Crow laws: blacks trying to peacefully exercise their ability to vote, and whites suddenly breaching the exclusive polling places …

April 19, 2011

Salafists execute Italian activist in Gaza

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 19 Apr 2011

“Salafist jihadists are extremist Sunnis who believe they are the only true interpreters of the Koran. They are beginning to concern counterterrorism experts since Salafists are gaining more and more power in Egypt following the ouster of President Mubarak.”

A pro-Palestinian …

Thank God They Saved the Expensive Safety Nets!

By: Dr. Phil Taverna

The budget fight has been very revealing. It proved a lot of assumptions that have been made before. By now most people have weighed in but is this budget fight a good thing or a …

Palestine Recognized – United Nations Delegitimized

By: David Singer

Any decision by the United Nations General Assembly to recognize a Palestinian State next September could signal the beginning of the end for the United Nations as a credible organization pledged to uphold the rule of international …

Prohibition Is un-Catholic

Filed under: Featured Conservative,History - 19 Apr 2011

By: Jeffrey Tucker

Many Catholics have developed a bad habit of mind. They believe that if they are against something, it should be against the law — or, alternatively, if they are for something, it should be mandated by government. Many …

April 18, 2011

Ruminations Regarding Libya

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 18 Apr 2011

Another brilliant move on the part of the Obama Administration.

Officials have let it slip that the CIA has operatives on the ground in Libya.

Senate Leadership Hires La Raza Democrat To Redistrict

Filed under: Politics In General - 18 Apr 2011

In a move that will send shock waves across North Carolina, Senator Bob Rucho (R-Mecklenburg) has hired Matty Lazo-Chadderton who is a member of the illegal alien amnesty supporting groups La Raza and El Pueblo to help redraw Senate districts …

Obama’s speech: President plans cuts to defense budget

President Barack Obama, during his much heralded speech on Wednesday, mentioned his desire to “seek additional savings” within the U.S. Armed Forces which likely entail cuts to the Defense Department’s fiscal 2013 budget.

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