Archive for: November 2011

November 10, 2011

Liberals Suddenly Care About Sexual Harassment . . . Again

It is hard to know where to begin listing the reasons why “liberalism” and “hypocrisy” have become synonymous. But the latest flap over some warmed over charges of “sexual harassment” against Herman Cain is a sterling example. Outrageous though this …

November 9, 2011

Veterans Day

Filed under: American Military - 09 Nov 2011

One of our Nations most recognized respected and most deserving Holiday in which we celebrate each and every year, is Veterans Day. This honor is well earned and bestowed upon all our unselfish men and women. Who answered the call, …

Will Newt Gingrich Win the Republican Nomination?

Filed under: Elections & Voting,In The News,The Republicans - 09 Nov 2011

If slow and steady really does win the race, Newt Gingrich could well end up being the Republican nominee for president.

Obama: It Does Matter

Just been doing a lot of thinking about the guy pretending to be president of the once greatest nation the world had ever known: how he’s managed to discredit America; driving it towards third world status, how he’s practically negated …

November 8, 2011

Ballot Measure Boondoggle – High Speed Rail Costs Balloon to $100 Billion

Nearly $100 billion. That’s what High Speed Rail is now going to cost California taxpayers – more than double the costs initially promised by the proponents of Prop 1A, which contained the initial taxpayer financing for the project.

No Regrets: Frank Kravetz’s Story

Filed under: History - 08 Nov 2011

“Just existing became what was important,” says 87-year-old Frank Kravetz of Pittsburgh, captive of the “hell-hole” that was Nuremberg Prison Camp. “Yet even as I struggled with the day-to-day sadness and despair, I never once had any regrets that I …

Root of the Problem

By now, America has seen enough of the bad behavior of the ‘Occupy’ movement protesters.

That aside, it’s easy to understand their frustrations when it comes to the excesses of Wall Street.

Who Votes for Democracy?

Democracy! Democracy! Democracy! This is the mantra that we hear from Tahrir Square to Yemen from Belarus to Wall Street protestors are on the march around the world demanding Democracy!

November 7, 2011

“Nothing Dramatic”—Karl Blake’s War Story

Filed under: American Military,History - 07 Nov 2011

“It was nothing dramatic,” says Dr. Karl E. Blake of Wexford, Pennsylvania, retired surgeon and member of the World War II generation, “but it was important, and no one has written about it, at least that I’ve seen.”

Israel prepares for another flotilla confrontation

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 07 Nov 2011

The Israeli military issued a statement Wednesday night that it is ready and waiting to interdict two ships currently sailing for the Gaza Strip, in order to thwart a radical group’s attempt to challenge Israel’s blockade against the coastal enclave.

Times Unemployment Poll, Shocking to say the least!

Filed under: Politics In General - 07 Nov 2011

I was shocked by the results of the Times poll. I thought the folks would be more negative and less optimistic then I would have expected. Of course the NY Times could only write about the negative parts of the …

It’s not Red or Blue, it’s Black and White

Every four years Americans come together to make a big decision. We decide who is to be the next President of the United States, and while every election is important some are more important than others. Would America have been …

November 6, 2011

Open Letter To Herman Cain From A Fellow Black Conservative

Filed under: In The News - 06 Nov 2011

Dear Herman Cain,

Thank you for your courageous decision to run for president as a conservative Republican. I am sure you anticipated opposition from the left. But, no one could have possibly anticipated the current level of intense hatred and vitriolic …

Palestine – UNESCO Rebuffs PLO Huffs and Puffs

The PLO application seeking admission of Palestine to the UN has been dealt a serious blow – after 86 of its 193 members failed to support a mirror application for Palestine to join UNESCO.

Short-Lived Euphoria in Europe

Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, was a giddy day for European politicians and global investors. European Union officials announced a plan for addressing the EU’s worst financial problems. There would be a partial write-down of Greek sovereign debt—a 50 percent haircut …

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