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American Confidence In Organized Religion Wanes

Organized religion trails the military, the police, and small business in a new Gallup survey of the confidence Americans have in their major institutions . Religion leads banking by a small margin and it exceeds the presidency, congress, the criminal justice system, and television news by wide margins.
In the last year, those who expressed a […]

Popularity: 23% [?]

George W. Bush & John McCain: A Tale Of Two Fools

Is it any wonder that George W. Bush has the lowest approval ratings since Richard Nixon? This President has pursued his vision of Iraq for over four years despite numerous signs and signals that it was an exercise in futility. His most recent stab at salvaging Iraq has been his highly touted surge…the addition of […]

Popularity: 36% [?]

You Are the Crapweasel Our Fathers Warned Us About

Newsflash there Big Dick…last time I checked, this country was still a democracy.
The founders well knew of the dangers of unchecked power in the hands of insane asshat with pretentions of Napoleonism. They knew that if a crapweasel with the morals of a ferret and the ego of Saddam was left unchecked, severe damage […]

Popularity: 59% [?]

U.S. Politics: Time To Reject Religious Litmus Tests?

The notion of a litmus test has long been associated with politics. Strangely, when asked if they employ such a methodology, the vast majority of politicians vehemently deny that they would bring any such bias to their position as a public servant.
On the other hand, voters tend to display their litmus standards as a badge […]

Popularity: 43% [?]

Cheney Asserts Independence From Executive Branch- Is The Vice-President Now An Official ‘Rogue’ Element In Our Government?

Vice-Preside nt Dick Cheney has obviously spent too much time in “undisclosed ” locations because since 2003 he has directed his office to quit complying with Executive Order 12958 that requires the National Archives to inspect federal agencies and White House offices to ensure that they are complying with the security procedures regarding classified information.
In […]

Popularity: 32% [?]

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 […]

Popularity: 25% [?]

As We See It: Pardon Me Edition

I Beg Your Pardon, I never Promised You a White House Rose Garden

Of Course Contractor Fraud in Iraq is Limited, Nudge…Nudge… Wink…Wink

Bloomberg Can’t Stand The Smell, Bolts Republican Party

Mission Accomplished  : Iraq Sinking Fast

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Popularity: 73% [?]

Around The Net: A Contemplation on “Isms”

Jonah Goldberg has an interesting article posted in “the corner&rdquo  ; on the National Review Online. His article is actually a discussion of points raised in other articles. The first is called Religion And The Threat Effect by Paul Waldman at The American Prospect. The second, appearing in The Atlantic, is titled Crisis Of Faith, […]

Popularity: 25% [?]

Who is Fixing the Books at Consumer Price Index?

I know that I am not alone in knowing that the cost of everything has skyrocketed the last year or so. Buying a grinder and a soda for lunch is up at the local pizza place and so is the cost of buying a burger at Wendy’ s. Those costs increases are directly […]

Popularity: 38% [?]

The Beginning of the End For Both Political Parties?

Sure, it’s another round of poll results, but two recent polls show that Americans, in large numbers, don’t support President Bush, the Congress, or either major political party to put this country back on “the right track,” regardless of what that track may be.
The main thrust of discontent seems to be Iraq. Okay, no big […]

Popularity: 25% [?]

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