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August 30, 2006

A Sanity-Neutral Lifestyle

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 30 Aug 2006

How much do Republicans care about National Security? Figure that it will take roughly 80% of the Connecticut Republican vote just to keep a liberal, pro-choice, anti-business, anti-gun, former-Vice Presidential candidate of the Democratic Party in office.

August 1, 2006

Saving Sui Lang Panoke

Sui Lang Panoke needs some saving. What is a Sui Lang Panoke, you ask me. No, it’s not a tree, an art school program, or an exotic endangered species. It’s a grad student who wants me to pay for her …

June 12, 2006

The Best Offense is a Good Fence

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Immigration - 12 Jun 2006

Despite recent assurances that building a fence to keep people from illegally crossing over the border “won’t work,” I’ve decided to redouble my support for such a crazy plan. Whenever a politician says that something “won’t work” it only means: …

May 5, 2006

Boycott this Column

Filed under: American Economy,Immigration,Uncategorized - 05 May 2006

Oh yeah, they showed us. The brilliant “revolutionaries” of the pro-illegal-immigration movement really taught us – umm, gringos as they were calling us on Monday – a lesson by not opening up their businesses. Somehow their refusal to open shop …

April 19, 2006

An Amigo a Minute

Filed under: Immigration - 19 Apr 2006

Well, at least we don’t have a massive, festering, nasty mess on our hands. It could be worse; we could have thousands of people illegally crossing into the United States on a daily basis, lowering the wages of American workers, …

March 28, 2006

Concerned Men Misguided

Filed under: Abortion,American Society & Heritage - 28 Mar 2006

The website for The National Center for Men offers a bumper sticker that reads KIDS NEED BOTH PARENTS. Statistics have consistently shown that children raised by only one parent are far more likely to drop out of school, turn to criminality, and fall into poverty, and thus the phrase is both true and meaningful. So it is somewhat counterproductive when the “men’s rights” group began to seek ways to abdicate themselves from the responsibility of fatherhood and force kids to be raised by only one parent.