Monday, April 30, 2007

warming Scams Emerging as Predicted

Airline slams 'snake oil sellers' in carbon offset market...

Let's see if the biggest fear mongers are profiting most. Duh!

Saturday, April 28, 2007

Thursday, April 26, 2007

Scientists call global warming debate 'completely irrational'...

Capitol Hill finally takes food away from the troops. Imagine being on the side of "loss."
How would the libs look if we began to, and then, won the war? They would be the losers. And would be sad about it. Thank God for the veto. They still need money though.

McCain's looking better. Rosie's gone! The economy still rocks. We're making headway in Iraq (unreported).

PUTIN SAYS WILL STEP DOWN NEXT SPRING...
We'll see........

So, if we adopt Sheryl Crow's hair-brained idea, can we then expect a "Spare-The-Square" Day?
How about "Square Credits" for Gore and Soros to buy more than there share at our expense?

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS FIRST NATIONWIDE BAN ON AN ABORTION PROCEDURE
A Small Step In The Right Direction

'SUPER-RICH' POPULATION SURGES IN '06...
Mostly business owners (who will be hurt by raising taxes)
Not the same rich, 'new' rich. And don't forget, we're helping illegals make more money at the other end of the spectrum. Everyone is winning.

Monday, April 16, 2007

Jan 31, '06 Virginia House Bill 1572 Would have allowed Virginia Tech students to protect themselves against the heinous murderer that killed 30 students today. Sadly it was quickly defeated by people who think like this guy:

Virginia Tech spokesman Larry Hincker was happy to hear the bill was defeated. "I'm sure the university community is appreciative of the General Assembly's actions because this will help parents, students, faculty and visitors feel safe on our campus."

Some of the dead were not only prevented from defending themselves (and potentially saving many other lives in the process) but were prevented from fleeing their lecture hall because many of the double doors were chained shut.

Well, perhaps, like Mr. Hincker said, at least they "felt" safe.

GUN BANS DON'T WORK--- THEY MAKE THINGS WORSE

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Do you love the way Dianne Feinstein sat as head of the Senate military appropriations committee and directed billions of dollars to her husband's companies? She makes Cheney and Halliburton look like pikers. You should check out the Pulitzer-quality exposé written by Peter Byrne in, of all places, the San Jose Metro, a left-wing liberal smut rag.

Senator Feinstein's Iraq ConflictAs a member of the Military Construction Appropriations subcommittee, Sen. Feinstein voted for appropriations worth billions to her husband's firms

And why isn't Pelosi being held to account for her usurpatious role as Sec of State? Is she Secretary Speaker Pelosi? All foreign visits by valid reps from the Exec branch are required Congressional debriefings. Hers aren't. We need hearings and investigations!

From 'Rock Star' to Pariah: Conservative Teacher Sues University
(CNSNews.com) - An academic who received awards for excellence and produced several peer-reviewed publications said he fell from grace when he began espousing "religious beliefs and [a] conservative political viewpoint." He is now suing his university for denying him promotion. Full Story

Monday, April 09, 2007

It's easy to find people!


MIT Scientist: 'Alarm over climate change is based on ignorance of what is normal for weather and climate'...

The seismic jolt that unleashed the deadly Solomons tsunami this week lifted an entire island metres out of the sea, destroying some of the world's most pristine coral reefs. Let's see, How can we make this Bush's fault?

Elizabeth Edwards: Scared of 'Rabid, Rabid Republican' Neighbor...

Though she never met him.

Dear Speaker Pelosi:

We are writing to urge you to call the House back into session immediately so that Congress can finish its work on the emergency legislation to fund the Global War on Terrorism. This funding request has been pending since February 5, but your leadership team chose to leave town for more than two weeks rather than completing this bill. As a result, our troops have been put at risk.

We are especially troubled by the House's failure to appoint conferees. The Senate appointed conferees on March 29, moments after passing its bill, but the House never did so despite passing the bill a week earlier. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid told the Senate that he hoped the House-Senate conference would begin on March 30. That hoped-for progress has been thwarted by your failure to act.

It should go without saying that our military leaders are in the best position to know the needs of our troops, and they have left no doubt that this funding is needed urgently. General Peter Schoomaker, United States Army Chief of Staff, has written that, "without approval of the supplemental funds in April, we will be forced to take increasingly draconian measures which will impact Army readiness and impose hardships on our Soldiers and their families." Secretary of Defense Robert Gates has also emphasized the dangers of delay: "This kind of disruption to key programs will have a genuinely adverse effect on the readiness of the Army and the quality of life for soldiers and their families."

Our troops need this funding, and they need it soon. The Senate is in session and ready to work. We respectfully request that you cancel the remainder of your break, call the House back into session, appoint conferees promptly, and work in good faith to pass a clean supplemental funding bill that the President can sign as soon as possible. Every day we don't fund our troops is a day their ability to fight this war is weakened.


Sunday, April 08, 2007

We’re fierce … we’re Christians … and we’re in your face!

New Jersey school district's depiction of school hostage takers as Christians has prompted the launch of a new campaign – using the name that the school created for its terrorists, "The New Crusaders."

The website was launched even while the furor continued over the "drill" in which school and municipal officials said the "right-wing fundamentalists" were shooting up a school and taking hostages because they didn't believe "in separation of church and state" and they were upset over an issue of prayer at school.

WND reported that Chris Manno, the superintendent of the Burlington, N.J., district, praised the exercise to test the response of the school and police.

White House: Bush economy stronger than Clinton economy...
But before reading this link, remember the costs of 9/11, the War on Terrorism, Iraq, the Tsunami and Hurricane Katrina all serve to hinder the Bush economy. None of which, Slick Willie had to deal with.

Saturday, April 07, 2007


The Wonder of Life in the Womb


Samuel Armas' tiny hand grips Dr. Joseph P. Bruner's finger just as Bruner finishes returning him to his mother's womb - Dec. 9, 1999

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Global War On Terror

Peace protesters Students Pelt Karl Rove In D.C. Protest...
Al Qaeda-linked group targets Dalai Lama for death...
Terrorists openly endorse Pelosi's Mideast trip
Arab Expert: Pelosi Appeasing Dictators
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(sorry Nancy)

Kidnap American civilians and you too can have a representative pray in State Congressional sessions

yet

School drill portrays hostage takers as Christians
'We need to practice under conditions as real as possible,' says superintendent

Oh yes, that's where the emphasis should be placed: Christians. They are the ones we really need to worry about. Right?
People who elect those who are coming up with these insane, upside down policies
are themselves, insane.


Testimony leaves Murtha allegations wilting

Sexual predation getting creative:
Woman, 30, posed as teenage boy for more than a year; accused of assaulting 14-year-old girl...

Oil Prices Down As Iran Pledges to Free British Sailors
Sorry haters, the prices weren't Cheney's doing