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The Immigration Dilemma: Serving Too Many Masters

Every now and then the efforts of political parties to contort themselves in order to appeal to more and more constituent groups in the hopes of establishing a winning majority comes back to haunt them. I would argue that immigration is a case in point for our elected officials…an d the bill put forth by […]

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Grad Night Promises To Be A Blast

ABC News has reported that a recent ‘Suicide Bomb Training Graduation Ceremony’ has concluded with large teams of would-be martyr’s headed for points unknown in England, Germany, Canada, and the United States to spread fear, mayhem, and terror by means of suicide bombings.
The photo below (again from ABC News) shows a proud schoolmaster and teaching […]

Popularity: 46% [?]

GWB’s FBI: Muddying The “Water” And Breaching The “Gate”?

In the aftermath of Watergate, executive authority was diminished as it was determined that unbridled access to the ability to monitor and engage in unwarranted surveillance of U.S. citizens was far too tempting.
Under the Bush administrati on, the threat of terror allowed the executive branch to once again assert its authority to eavesdrop on phone […]

Popularity: 19% [?]

Is Bush Taking on Iran Too?

In my own mind I can picture the President setting up his game board of the Middle East with his tin soldiers with the full intent of stamping the entire region as “Prope rty of BIG U.S. OIL”. You can literally see the President staging the props for his next conquest and that target […]

Popularity: 36% [?]

BREAKING: New Alleged Terror Plot Thwarted- Again Without Destroying A Foreign Country

Todays announcement that law enforcement thwarted an alleged terror plot that sought to destroy Kennedy Internationa l Airport in New York, as well as a major jet fuel arterial running under the city proves again that the best defense against terrorists isn’t by invading and decimating a sovereign country, but through vigorous law enforcement.
The plot, […]

Popularity: 14% [?]

TB Patient Breeches Border: Feeling Safe And Secure?

We hear a lot of discussion about the safety of our borders and the efforts of the Homeland Security Department to prevent the entrance of terrorists. Given the fact that we haven’ t had any further attacks on U.S. soil since 9/11, the impression is that our efforts are succeeding. While I have no doubt […]

Popularity: 25% [?]

Bush + Border Security = Bullshit

“For decades, the government failed to stop illegal immigration. My administrati on has stepped up efforts to improve border security, doubling the number of Border Patrol agents.” -George W. Bush, 5/24/07
So said the president at his most recent press conference. The statement above is pulled from a short list of “immigration accomplishme nts” Bush […]

Popularity: 16% [?]

The President Is Insane- (Some Not So) Randomly Related Rants

The President is completely insane. I really don’t know how else to put it. His constant refusal to accept the reality of his failures is one thing. His compulsive lying and incompetence in nearly every task he undertakes are others. But some of his most recent remarks concerning recent instances leave me thinking that […]

Popularity: 30% [?]

FBI- Federal Bureau of Incompetance

The FBI, America’s supreme domestic law enforcement agency, is either filled with petty crooks or completely incompetant managers. A new report shows that the FBI loses, on average, 3 to 4 laptop computers every month and an equal number of weapons.
And these are the folks tasked with protecting America from internal enemies and criminals? They […]

Popularity: 10% [?]

US Supporting Terrorists?

Apparently when President Bush boldly proclaimed to the world that when it came to harboring or supporting terrorists you were “either with us or against us,” what he really meant was that he expected other nations to do as he says and not as he (or his administrati on) does.
Speaking this morning on KLSD radio […]

Popularity: 13% [?]

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