Archive for: July 2012

July 15, 2012

Obamacare: Obama We Love You, Thank You for the Gift!

Filed under: Politics In General - 15 Jul 2012

The Supreme Court decision was a shocker, but it is more like a Trojan Horse then a victory for Obama. Up until now many people were confused. Obama says the private sector is doing just fine. And up until …

Food Stamps

America’€™s Food Stamp program has more than doubled in the last few years. It has grown from $39 billion in 2008 to $82 billion this year. Today, 46 million people – about 1 in 7 – receive food stamps. We …

London Olympics: Anti-gang operations intensify

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 15 Jul 2012

Besides anti-terrorism operation by Scotland Yard and MI5 to make London safer for the anticipated throngs of 2012 Olympic Games athletes staff and spectators, the Yard is also attempting to prevent the city from being overrun by street gangs. This …

July 14, 2012

Colombia’s new Justice Minister faces uphill battle with narco-terrorists

On Friday, Colombia’s President Juan M. Santos appointed popular attorney and law professor Ruth Stella Correa as the nation’s Justice Minister, according to a source at the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

No One’s Higher Than The Law

Filed under: Corruption - 14 Jul 2012

Whenever someone is caught performing any incompetent act of ridiculous stupidity which initiates loss of any kind, whether it’s to the littlest minute infraction, to the most enormous display of human tragedy or travesty, the response is to deny everything …

A World Filled With Strangers Keeps Getting Stranger

Filed under: Politics In General - 14 Jul 2012

Some people believe in the Six Degrees of Separation Theory: the idea that everyone in the world is separated from everyone else by six links. Some people believe all of us are in this thing together, and that diversity …

Obama Ineligible For Presidency, Liberals Argue

I do so love the liberals that torture themselves every week by reading my articles. Last week, they got their panties in a bunch over how, by their own “logic”, they are still supporters of race-based slavery. I …

July 13, 2012

The Real Reason John Roberts Upheld ObamaCare?

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 13 Jul 2012

It’s now well established that Chief Justice John Roberts had ulterior motives for upholding ObamaCare. The usual theories involve his being concerned about the Court’s, or maybe even his own, losing of respect by seeming to operate in a …

Palestine, Peoplehood and Presbyterians

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 13 Jul 2012

The attempt by the Palestinian Arabs to create a second state – in addition to Jordan – reached the hallowed halls of the two million members of the Presbyterian Church in America this week.

By a razor thin margin of 333-331 …

Does John Roberts’ Capitulation Spell Doom for the US?

Anyone who engages in a competitive sport has experienced the moment when, even though the outcome of the match or game is theoretically still in doubt, the participants know absolutely who shall prevail. To look in your opponent’s eye and …

July 12, 2012

The United States And The Muslim Brotherhood

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 12 Jul 2012

Mohammed Morsi, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), has been elected president of Egypt. This is a significant event for many reasons. For the purposes of this article, I will cite numerous sources showing that the Muslim Brotherhood presents …

The Fall of the house of Roberts

Unless you are Rip Van Winkle, you have heard an earful about how Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, John Roberts, has sided with the liberal wing in declaring the Obama health care bill constitutional. A host of prognosticators have …

July 11, 2012

Abortion ‘holocaust’? If the shoe fits…

I recently finished reading “Bonhoeffer” by Eric Metaxas. The book, a nearly 600-page biography of German pastor and influential theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, was simply life-changing. Throughout his page-turning treatise, Metaxas brilliantly illustrates how Bonhoeffer lived and died by Christ’s admonition, …

Views on the News – 7/7/2012

Filed under: In The News - 11 Jul 2012

There is a compelling divergence regarding President Obama’s reelection chances when we consider what the poll numbers are telling us versus what the boots on the ground are indicating, because the partisan media is overtly shading the news to favor …

July 10, 2012

How Chicago Plays Ball

Filed under: Politics In General - 10 Jul 2012

In Chicagothey play “Chicago Ball.” This is a form of soft ball that is as location specific to the Chicago area as Hoover Ball is to West Branch,Iowa. In this game a sixteen inch softball that is as …

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