Category: Uncategorized

February 9, 2009

“DEA” Hits the Streets of New Jersey for Second Season on Spike TV

Filed under: Potpourri,Uncategorized - 09 Feb 2009

Spike TV returns to the streets of the billion dollar illegal narcotics trade, this time in New Jersey, to offer viewers a glimpse into the inner workings of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Produced by Al Roker Entertainment, Inc. …

February 5, 2009

Liberal Musings

Filed under: Uncategorized - 05 Feb 2009

I hope the “Rangel Rule” becomes law. Why should Charlie Rangel, Tim Geitner and Tom Daschle be the only guys on the block not having to pay penalties for cheating on their taxes?

January 25, 2009

Change We Never Imagined

Filed under: Uncategorized - 25 Jan 2009

Well, the high-sheen veneer and cult-of-personality euphoria surrounding America’s new oratory endowed president looks to be dissolving rather quickly. While millions had hoped for a political “messiah,” it’s fast becoming evident that, instead, we’ve stuck ourselves with an extreme leftist …

January 8, 2009

Obama’s Non-intelligent Choice for CIA

Filed under: Uncategorized - 08 Jan 2009

By nominating Leon Panetta to head the CIA, President-elect Barack Obama has confirmed fears that he, and Democrats in general, are not capable of applying sufficient priority to the war on terror and national security because they simply do not …

October 9, 2008

Do We Really Want to Fix Washington Politics?

Filed under: Uncategorized - 09 Oct 2008

Barack Obama’s candidacy and rhetoric are laying the groundwork for a terrible crash. The crash will come when voters – many young, some older – discover that a President Obama can’t begin to deliver what he pledges: national harmony …

August 1, 2008

World Tour Confirms Truth: Barack Obama Unfit for Command!

Filed under: Uncategorized - 01 Aug 2008

Barack Obama’s grand tour across the Middle East and Europe was supposed to shore up the candidate’s non-existent foreign policy and equally vacuous commander-in-chief credentials.

June 29, 2008

Texas School: ‘There is one god, Allah’

Filed under: Uncategorized - 29 Jun 2008

Bob Unruh writing for WorldNetDaily reports that students at Friendswood Jr. High school in the Houston area of Texas have received education during class time from CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

June 19, 2008

Healing, Hope, and Restoration For Our Courageous Troops

Filed under: Uncategorized - 19 Jun 2008

Physicians and nurses are a part of the surgical teams that bring our troops hope and healing. They are proud to serve awesomely brave men and women of America’s armed services who fight the war against terror in Afghanistan and …

May 10, 2008

Can Hillary Clinton Still Pull It Off

Filed under: Uncategorized - 10 May 2008

Traditionally nothing is ever settled by Democrats until the last gavel sounds at their national conventions. Historically the primaries aren’t the deciding factor, which was a George McGovern innovation. Some of the leading candidate’s indiscretions seem to get in the …

May 5, 2008

Coyle Strikes Again: Missile shield skeptic rattles on

Filed under: Uncategorized - 05 May 2008

If conservatives are having trouble motivating themselves to vote this November, they might keep in mind that a Democrat victory could mean the return of Philip Coyle to the Pentagon. An inveterate missile defense skeptic, Coyle is usually presented by …

April 20, 2008

War in Iraq

Filed under: Uncategorized,War On Terror - 20 Apr 2008

We are a nation divided. We are a nation divided against an enemy who wants to destroy us. The events on 9/11 showed clearly showed just how dangerous they are.

March 26, 2008

Jewish Man Attacked in Brooklyn By Muslims Yelling ‘Allahu Akbar,’ Media Silent

Filed under: Uncategorized - 26 Mar 2008

On March 19th, I found a story on The Jerusalem Post detailing an attack by Muslim youths on a rabbinical assistant that occurred at a Brooklyn, New York subway station. The youths grabbed Uria Ohana’s yarmulke off his head …

February 4, 2008

McCain, Clintons Reveal Political Parties’ Ugly Undersides

Irrespective of all the in-depth political analysis that deals far too specifically with each candidate’s professed policies and appeal to voters, the bulk of this campaign season is primarily being driven on both sides by pragmatism born of fear.

January 7, 2008

Focus Turns to the Independent Voters

Filed under: Uncategorized - 07 Jan 2008

As the presidential race moves from Iowa to New Hampshire, independent voters take on added importance, particularly for Republican Sen. John McCain and Democratic Sen. Barack Obama.

November 9, 2007

How Buddhism Became Force for Political Activism

Filed under: Uncategorized - 09 Nov 2007

After evening prayers on Sept. 18, the abbot of a small monastery in Myanmar’s largest city convened the roughly 30 Buddhist monks in his charge. The bonds between secular and religious authority had broken, the abbot said. Then he gave …

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