Archive for: May 2011

May 26, 2011

Game On: Pawlenty calls for phase-out of ethanol subsidies

Filed under: Elections & Voting,In The News,The Republicans - 26 May 2011

Tim Pawlenty is serious. I’ve been saying for awhile that a ticket with Pawlenty, a two-term governor from Minnesota, at the top, and a galvanizer – an Allen West or a Marco Rubio – at the bottom, can bring …

New al-Qaeda chief threatens Brits with retaliation

Filed under: War On Terror - 26 May 2011

Over the weekend, United Kingdom military and police forces have increased security measures at various locations after hearing the new al-Qaeda leader Saif al-Adel promise his group would perpetrate terror attacks throughout London to avenge the death of Osama bin …

Palestine – Obama Continues To Fudge On America’s Commitment To Israel

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 26 May 2011

President Obama in an address to the AIPAC Policy Conference on 22 May has failed to redress the enormous damage done by him to America’s integrity and reputation during his speech three days earlier at the State Department.

“Green” Products and Free Market Conflicts

In recent years the move toward green products and technologies has gone into overdrive. Everything from the expansion of windmills and solar technologies to the hard rush toward passenger vehicles that run on alternative fuels is in the media. Few …

May 25, 2011

Why opposition against voter ID is indefensible

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 25 May 2011

Recently the legislature in the state of Wisconsin passed a law requiring ID to vote, with certain specified exceptions. Many people have voiced their opinion opposing requiring voter identification. I have trouble understanding those objections.

Palestine – Obama Sinks America’s Integrity and Reputation

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 25 May 2011

Remarks made by President Obama at the State Department in Washington on 19 May indicate he is prepared to honour some – but not all – commitments made to Israel by former American President George W Bush in …

There Is No Third Way

By: Jeffrey Tucker

Catholic discussion of economic policy usually takes place on a ridiculous level of abstraction. What is fairness, and can the market accomplish that? Shouldn’t the civic order bear responsibility for the health and well-being of its members? How …

May 24, 2011

Rush is a Racist, what next? Maybe there is no middle ground so stop looking.

By: Dr Phil Taverna

The other day a caller called Rush a racist? And the only reason Rush was called a racist is because he disagreed with Obama! This is nothing new; in my columns we make fun of …

Almost half of illegal aliens entered U.S. legally, but overstayed visas: Senators say

Filed under: Immigration - 24 May 2011

This population is of grave concern to law enforcement officials. Five of the 9/11 hijackers overstayed their visas, and GAO found that 36 of the roughly 400 people convicted of terrorism-related charges since September 2001 had overstayed their visas. – …

The Constitution Failed

People often ask me, “How could you write a book entitled The Constitution Failed?”  If the Constitution was written to ensure a limited government and if today we have an unlimited central government my question is, “How can anyone …

May 23, 2011

Another Corrupt Judge

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 23 May 2011

I don’t believe there is anything I feel more contempt for than a corrupt judge delivering unconstitutional decisions that affect the lives of American citizens; especially when that judge, in all probability, made his decision on how much a defendant …

Secret WikiLeaks Document Confirms North American Union Plan

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 23 May 2011

A secret document recently released by WikiLeaks reveals a high level US ambassador promoting a merger of the United States, Canada, and Mexico into one combined consumer and labor market, with a common currency and a mutual electronic security perimeter …

Arab Spring Will Lead to Iranian Harvest

Americans always cheer for the little guy. We root for David over Goliath, Rocky over Apollo Creed, the Continental Army over the British. So it’s not too surprising that the initial American reaction to the uprisings in the Arab world …

May 22, 2011

You Can’t Win A War While Abetting The Enemy

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 22 May 2011

By: Rabbi Major (ret.) Fishel Jacobs

“What’s in the boxes?” I asked.

“Ping pong tables.”

Oh… I thought. A Red Cross truck is bringing us supplies. How nice.

“And, what’s in those?” I asked again.

Conservative – the new cool

We all want progress, but if you’re on the wrong road, progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case, the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive.

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