Not so long ago, it was Christmas Holiday for most Americans and Chanukah for some others, or, otherwise, a season or “holiday” period of the year for annual, relatively if not expressly religious celebrations and memorials. That the holiday, Christmas, even exists is due to a profound religious event. Whether one believes or not in […]
Colorado Congressman Mike Coffman writes to the Denver Post (pay special attention to the statistics [*] that Rep. Coffman identifies as to who it is illegally entering the U.S. via our Southern border): I just returned from our southwest border with Mexico. I wanted to see firsthand the progress — or lack of it — […]
National Review Online just can’t let go of the Appease the Left and Insult the Conservatives movements. Here they go again, another crazy columnist guy at NRO, wailing profanely (“Lord”) about an issue he appears too dense to get. However, above-the-head (and heart) of this NRO columnist guy is this: it’s not singularly an argument […]
McCAIN — ENGENDERS TRUST, SECURITY, OPTIMISTIC FUTURE vs. OBAMA — UNRELIABLE, EGOTISTICAL, ERRATIC AND ANGRY
Based upon the issues, my favor in this second Presidential candidates’ debate was with McCain. Obama made many irregular and contradictory statements, the most glaring and problematic of which — also why I say he is “erratic” and “unreliable” — was when Obama lapsed into his visibly emotional, angry verbal harangue as to Pakistan and […]
On May 17th, Sandy Berger, President Bill Clinton’s National Security Adviser, voluntarily gave up his law license and with it the right to practice law. That is a stunning move for an accomplished lawyer, one of the nation’s most influential public officials. Someone should take note. In fact, everyone should.
“Ordinarily, anyone who has spent the time, effort, and money needed to master one of the ‘learned professions’ fights with the utmost determination to keep his license. That is not merely a ticket to practice your chosen profession – it is also a badge of honor and accomplishment. Ask any doctor or lawyer, any architect or CPA, any professional at all, what it means to give that up.
That Berger didn’t fight speaks volumes.
TIMELINE of Sandy Burgular’s activities.
1. When caught, he first blamed Archives employees for misplacing the documents.
2. Then he admitted having taken them inadvertently (this is the point at which he cut the plea deal).
3. Finally, Sandy Burgular acknowledged that he intentionally removed and destroyed documents BUT ONLY after the investigation began to reveal that Sandy Burgular had removed and destroyed them.
The Clintons change clothes and hope you won’t notice their pants:
Sandy Berger’s an official advisor and then he’s merely a friend and an advisor when he’s not merely a friend advising another one, depending, of course, on what the meaning of the word, “is” is.
Harry Reid is not well. I don’t think it’s appropriate to criticize people who are mentally ill, but in Reid’s case, he’s in Congress and he holds a public office that bears the responsibility for much that affects the safety and well-being of citizens and residents of this country (as also, worldwide, given his position […]
“…The fact is, Bush failed to secure our borders. Kennedy and McCain failed to abide by their oaths of office. As Kennedy drove the car over a bridge, he killed only one woman. Today, he’s about to kill an entire civilization.” – Frosty Wooldridge. WHERE’S THE FENCE? – national television ad without a response from […]