Sunday, September 30, 2007

ABCNEWS: Clarence Thomas: Progressives worse than Southern Racists...

ABCNEWS: Clarence Thomas: Progressives worse than Southern Racists...
It was a good 60 Minutes episode
"These people who claim to be progressive … have been far more vicious to me than any southerner," Thomas says, "and it is purely ideological."
Thomas talks about the virulent racism he encountered growing up in the segregated South, when blacks were considered second-class citizens and kept separate from whites by law, and he equates those attitudes with the stereotypes he believes people hold today.
"People get bent out of shape about the fact that when I was a kid, you could not drink out of certain water fountains. Well, the water was the same. My grandfather always said that, 'The water's exactly the same.' But those same people are extremely comfortable saying I can't drink from this fountain of knowledge," Thomas says. "They certainly don't see themselves as being like the bigots in the South. Well, I've lived both experiences. And I really don't see that they're any different from them."

Friday, September 28, 2007

Senior Al Qaeda in Iraq Leader Killed by U.S. Forces


Ben Stein to battle Darwin in major film 'Ferris Bueller' actor stars in 'Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed' --WND
Scientist Dawkins rails at 'creationist front' Famed Darwinist claims he was duped into 'Expelled' film role --London Guardian

IT'S A HIT! Missile Defense Test Successful...

Buying votes, I guess, is something that never goes out of style

Smearing Limbaugh (video)
who was talking about Jesse McBeth

O'Reilly smeared

Juan Williams on Media Matters smear

So then CNN calls him a "Happy Negro!"

Nickelodeon Day of Play

This is unheard of in this day and age! Good for Nickelodeon!!!

The Worldwide Day of Play will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2007, throughout the nation, and Nickelodeon will go ‘dark’ for three hours in order to encourage kids to go out and play!

Nickelodeon Day of Play:
Let's Just Play

Our Disappointments Matter to God

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Congress Denounces Iranian President proving that they don't dissaprove of our prescence in Iraq as much as they say they do. They've been doing nothing more than making political "hay" out of it for the sake of regaining the presidency in '08. We couldn't be in a more strategically perfect place than Iraq should we need to deal with Iran.
France doesn't stink as bad now that he's in office.

Iranians Condemn US Reception of Leader...
But I know more level-headed Iranians that think otherwise.

Israeli President Shimon Peres on Tuesday criticized a U.S. university for hosting Iran's president, comparing the event to attempts to engage Adolf Hitler in dialogue before World War Two. It's worse than that though....Be for World War II, no one knew how depraved Hitler would get. Today, we have a very good idea just how atrocious a man like Aquavelvajad can be. Yet! we still give him a forum IN THE NAME OF FREEDOM OF SPEECH!!!!! While at the same time, shutting down speeches of our very own citizens (to whom Freedom of Speech is actually given) simply because we disagree with their scientific data let alone views and actions. This reveals the disingenuiness of those that use a right of citizenry improperly towards foreigners who kill our cititzens.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Boycott Iran

Companies that do business with Iran:

Hyundai: South Korea’s Hyundai supports Iran by supplying it with energy-related construction and development help, manufacturing components and ship maintenance. Among its other mega-deals with Iran, Hyundai recently signed a $1 billion contract along with Daewoo to build oil tankers for the regime. [22] cars

LG Engineering and Construction Co.: In 2002, South Korea’s LG Engineering and Construction Co. signed a $1.6 billion deal for a gas processing plant project in the South Pars gas fields. The company has a 45.3 stake in the deal that allows it to claim $700 million of the total project cost. [24] electronics (TV’s)

Royal Dutch Shell: In 1999, The Dutch-British energy giant, Royal Dutch Shell spent over $800 to develop two Iranian offshore oil fields. Royal Dutch Shell together with Spain’s Repsol recently signed an agreement that could result in a $10 billion contract to develop sections 13 and 14 of Iran’s South Pars gas field. [31] Oil companies

Siemens AG: Siemens AG helped build Iran’s nuclear reactor in Bushehr but officially stopped working on the site after the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Siemens AG is currently active in Iranian telecommunications, high-tech, automotive and power industries. Siemens also trades with other rogue states including Sudan and Syria. [32] tons of stuff

All these have products we can choose to boycott here in the U.S.

Free speech they say? Columbia protesters quash Minuteman speech Storm stage in near riot, forcing security to whisk away founder Gilchrist No, college students aren't interested in free speech, on the contrary, they use the tag line as an excuse for intolerance.

GAY-FREE IRAN EARNS AUDIENCE LAUGHS: 'In Iran we don't have homosexuals like in your country'...

Your hard earned tuition dollars are sucking the humanity, civility, and reason from your college kids lives: "Our intentions weren't 'hey let's really upset the community," McSwane said. "Our intentions were let's get college students talking about freedom of speech." As if they really needed help and this was the only way to give it! Look at Columbia students. Aquavelvajad got more cheers than jeers. Colleges have become institutions of devolution.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Alan Greenspan must be proud!

Saturday, September 22, 2007

Need I say more?

Israelis seized nuclear material in Syrian raid
Let's give Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad an honorary degree from Columbia!

Friday, September 21, 2007

Amsterdam draws curtain on sex industry as red light windows close...
Looks like the liberal shangri la is disintegrating. But is it too late for the US to learn the lesson and reverse the course of imitating Europe by returning to common sense? Alas, a little too lttle, a little too late. Socialism still marches forward in this country by small, incrememtal steps; college students, media, Hollywood figures continue to beat the drum of change-for-change-sake (as long as it's change we haven't experienced yet), Dems continue to show their willingness to achieve their "righteous" goals by any and every means possible. When protesters and Democrate Senators alike justify everything they do and say with "Freedom of Speech" and at the same time do everything including threaten violence to silence the speech of those they disa gree with, we've got BIG problems people. There is a difference between intelligence and wisdom. The collegiate, hollwood elite and drive-by media have NOT figured that out yet. Next?
a liberal power grab of tyranny to a one party government, anarchy looms, and civil war ensues. Mark my words.
What's this have to do with Amsterdam? Not a thing. but needed to be said. Crush the smug class.

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Senate Condemnation of Move On's Attack Ad

To express the sense of the Senate that General David H. Petraeus, Commanding General, Multi-National Force-Iraq, deserves the full support of the Senate and strongly condemn personal attacks on the honor and integrity of General Petraeus and all members of the United States Armed Forces: Passed 72-25

The Nays:

NAYs ---25 Akaka (D-HI)Bingaman (D-NM)Boxer (D-CA)Brown (D-OH)Byrd (D-WV)Clinton (D-NY)Dodd (D-CT)Durbin (D-IL)Feingold (D-WI) Harkin (D-IA)Inouye (D-HI)Kennedy (D-MA)Kerry (D-MA)Lautenberg (D-NJ)Levin (D-MI)Menendez (D-NJ)Murray (D-WA)Reed (D-RI) Reid (D-NV)Rockefeller (D-WV)Sanders (I-VT)Schumer (D-NY)Stabenow (D-MI)Whitehouse (D-RI)Wyden (D-OR)

Monday, September 17, 2007

Greenspan Clarifies

Alan Greenspan, the former Federal Reserve chairman, said in an interview that the removal of Saddam Hussein had been "essential" to secure world oil supplies, a point he emphasized to the White House in private conversations before the 2003 invasion of Iraq..........."I was not saying that that's the administration's motive," Greenspan said in an interview Saturday, "I'm just saying that if somebody asked me, 'Are we fortunate in taking out Saddam?' I would say it was essential..............Given that, "I'm saying taking Saddam out was essential," he said. But he added that he was not implying that the war was an oil grab."

Saturday, September 15, 2007

More News the "News" Doesn't Want You To Read

Poor Jim Moran (D-VA). Just when people start forgetting his past anti-Semitic tirades and paranoid ramblings about mysterious Joooish moneymen, he puts on his jackboots and starts goose-stepping all over again. Isn’t there a rehab center for demented old fools like that?

UC system proves too politically correct

UC Davis Disinvites Lawrence Summers

Friday, September 14, 2007

Elizabeth Edwards criticizes
A Sister Souljah moment?
Good for her! She's right!

Greenspan Book Criticizes Bush And Republicans...
Says Economic Policies Were Driven by Politics...
Except that we have had a better economy than Clintons. Hmmmmm......

Report: Iranian president to attend UN General Assembly
U.N. OUT OF THE U.S.!!!!!!!!!!!

Chicago Record COLD TEMPS!

Senate and House Dem's suck

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Monday, September 10, 2007

Clinton to Return $850,000 Raised by Hsu
Will she give back all the money from Hsu's straw donor's from Daily City and elsewhere?

Friday, September 07, 2007

Court to Hear Other Hillary Fundraising Case

Mexican trucks approved
for long-haul trips in U.S.

'We aim to expose Bush plan
to sneak this past the public'

1st North American Union driver's license created
Logo intended to standardize documentation across continent

Thursday, September 06, 2007

Last night's New Hampshire debate on FOXNEWS was most watched debate of '07 election season..3.1 million viewers tuned in (854,000 in the 25-54 demo) ... Debate blows out CNN's Bill Clinton appearance on KING which averaged just 1.4 million viewers...

Dem Slogans

"Vote Early, Vote Often, Que Pasa";
"LBJ's Great Society: One More Decade Oughta Do It";
"Dumb it Down for Democrats in '08";
"Democrat Victory Through Defeat of the United States"; and
"We're Winning, Let's Quit."

In covering the 2008 presidential campaign, the network morning news shows are "overwhelmingly focused on Democrats, [and] they are actively promoting the Democrats' liberal agenda," according to a study released today by the conservative Media Research Center (MRC).The study examined 517 campaign segments on the morning news shows broadcast on ABC, CBS and NBC in the first seven months of 2007. It found that the shows covered Democrats "nearly twice as much" as Republicans and framed interview questions from a liberal perspective most of the time.

People who come into the United States illegally and then become victims of crime may get special protection from the U.S. government.The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on Wednesday announced an interim final rule that grants "temporary immigration benefits" to crime victims who assist government officials in investigating or prosecuting the criminal activity.

The only problem with this is that it encourages false reports of crimes and adds to the over burdened and understaffed (thanks Pelosi and Reid) court system.

Big Surpise!: Dems already dismissing Petraeus Report...
Remember when Harry Reid said the surge had failed even before all the troops had been sent over. This has been the Dem stratedgy ever since Gore lost in Fla. They are SO predictable. An unchallenged lie quickly becomes the truth.

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Monday, September 03, 2007

China, Iran, N. Koreo? Quick! We need Hillary ato be nice to them!
She's already buddiaes with one fugitive donar Chinaman.

Saturday, September 01, 2007

DeLay vs. Lauer