Friday, August 31, 2007

Six fingers, six toes

While one in 2,000 babies is born with an extra finger or toe, it’s much rarer to have extra digits on each appendage, said Dr. Robert Marion, director of genetics at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore.

See story and photos here

Islamic conversions

At least 7 Islamic countries apply the death penalty to those who convert from Islam - Sudan, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Mauritania.

In other states, like Egypt, converts are condemned to prison, not as apostates but for contempt of Islam.

$23.5 Billion

It’s hard for the average working stiff to contemplate a number as vast as the $23.5 billion the federal government has allocated to Mississippi for Katrina recovery.

Think of it this way:

It’s enough money to buy two average-sized houses for each of the 65,000 families in Mississippi who lost their homes.

And, there would be enough left over to buy each family a brand-new Honda Accord to drive between their two $166,000 houses. That’s the EX-L, V-6 four-door sedan Accord, with all the extras and navigation, not a base model.

It’s enough to give each man, woman and child in the three southernmost counties $68,500 apiece. Or, to look at it another way, federal Katrina spending in Mississippi will cost each person in the United States about $94.


- and imagine the amount that will be spent in New Orleans! -

Buying Bread in Iraq

Evil American soldiers caught on video.

See it here

Clinton Legacy

Today's Democrats claim that Bush is the most "corrupt" president in history. As usual, the Democrats are prone to exaggeration, if not outright denial.

Lest you forget....

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Why I’m fleeing South Africa

I am leaving South Africa. I have lived here for 35 years, and I shall leave with anguish. My home and my friends are here, but I am terrified. I know I shall be in trouble for saying so, because I am the widow of Alan Paton.

Fifty years ago he wrote Cry, The Beloved Country. He was an unknown schoolmaster and it was his first book, but it became a bestseller overnight. It was eventually translated into more than 20 languages and became a set book in schools all over the world. It has sold more than 15 million copies and still sells 100,000 copies a year.

As a result of the startling success of this book, my husband became famous for his impassioned speeches and writings, which brought to the notice of the world the suffering of the black man under apartheid.

written in 1998 by a supporter of ending apartheid

- this is a stark description of a disillusioned liberal -


Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn’t.

- Mark Twain

This is not your country anymore, Gringos....

"The popular coalition has made great gains. We have shown that we are not only for protecting the rights of the undocumented but we are struggling for Latinos to become a voice for justice for all of Latin America. We have supported self-determination and opposed assimilation into this nation’s individualistic, imperialistic values. We have taught that our people did not come here because of the American Dream but because of what the American nightmare did to our countries of origin. We have asserted that our demand to be here and to be fully enfranchised here is a right not a privilege [sic] and a destiny of our people to transform this nation."

- Quote from: UNIFY AND FOCUS OUR MOVEMENT NOW! by Emma Lozano, presidente Pueblo sin Fronteras and Elvira Arellano, presidente La Familia Latina Unida

-Note: Elvira Arellano is the woman recently deported to Mexico after claiming sanctuary in a Chicago church for over a year. Emma Lozano is the wife of the minister of the Chicago church where Arellano was given sanctuary -

I dismembered my boyfriend's girlfriend
...and I don't think much of "waitresses" either

Margaret Sanger

In her 1922 book Pivot of Civilization, Sanger called for segregation of "morons, misfits, and the maladjusted" and sterilization of "genetically inferior races." She also came up with a plan to reach the black community with her message. Under the "Negro Project," she hatched a scheme to use black preachers and doctors to hype contraception, sterilization, and child killing.

She wrote, "The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We do not want the word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it occurs to any of their more rebellious members."


Note - According to Wikipedia, Margaret Higgins Sanger was an American birth control activist, an advocate of negative eugenics, and the founder of the American Birth Control League (which eventually became Planned Parenthood). Initially met with fierce opposition to her ideas, Sanger gradually won some support, both in the public as well as the courts, for a woman's choice to decide how and when she will bear children. Margaret Sanger was instrumental in opening the way to universal access to birth control.

Did you know?

According to Article 30 of the Mexican constitution, "Those who are born abroad of Mexican parents, of a Mexican father or a Mexican mother" are "Mexicans by birth."

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Sickness on the Left

Our enemies in the Muslim world are our enemies precisely because they are sick men from sick societies who wish to spread their disease to the rest of the world. But in our own part of the world, approximately half of the population suffers from a soul pathology that prevents them from making judgments on, or even perceiving, the soul pathology of our external enemies. Thus, there are no feminist groups who have rallied behind George Bush, who has liberated more Muslim women than perhaps any other human being in history. Likewise, I know of no leftists who celebrate the achievements of the great liberator Ronald Reagan, who gave millions of victims of a satanic ideology the opportunity to become human again. For if leftists were to acknowledge these achievements, they would no longer be leftists. They would be cured.

- Robert Godwin

Ten Best Photos from Hubble Telescope

See them here

Britney Spears seriously seeking attention


Democrats see the recent declines in the stock market as terrible, hand-wringing tragedies. Republicans see it merely as an economic correction and an opportunity to buy stocks at a lowered price.

You don’t get rich by buying high and selling low, you get rich by buying low and selling high. Any questions?

Memo to Gays

Hey, guys, if you’re looking for respect and tolerance from the American people, then use public restrooms for their intended purpose and go rent motel rooms like the rest of us when we want a little bit of seedy sex. Thanks.

Rape of Nanking

I wonder why we never hear more of this....

There are no memorials for the thousands and thousands of Chinese slaughtered by the Japanese during the Rape of Nanking, a slaughter that killed more people than both atomic bombs.

More info here

Pamela Martin & Associates

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No additional charges beyond this amount are expected or required.

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Soccer and Miss USA

The U.S. men’s national soccer team has a new secret weapon: a 5-foot-11 beauty queen from Clarksville, Tenn., who has never played organized soccer and admittedly has never seen a soccer match in person. More here

This won’t make it on the biased Nightly News

Former state Sen. John Ford was sentenced today to 5 1/2 years in prison and two years of supervised release for his bribery conviction. . . . The Memphis Democrat, took the most bribe money by far of the Tennessee Waltz lawmakers and is the best known statewide. He is a member of one of Memphis’ most active political families and is the uncle of former congressman and U.S. Senate candidate Harold Ford Jr., who is currently chairman of the centrist Democratic Leadership Council.


"Right to Dry" Movement

It started out innocently enough. Concerned about global warming and her family’s energy consumption, Michelle Baker wanted to hang her wash outside. She scoured stores for a clothesline durable enough to withstand Vermont winters and classy enough for her Waterbury backyard. She came back empty-handed every time. Rest of the story here

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

First Mortgage Bust?

Late in the 1880s, long before the institution of the Federal Reserve, Eastern savers and Western borrowers teamed up to inflate the value of cropland in America’s Great Plains. Gimmicky mortgages and loose talk of a new era in rainfall beguiled the borrowers. High yields on Western mortgages enticed the lenders. But the climate of Kansas and Nebraska reverted to parched, and the drought-stricken debtors trudged back East or to the West Coast in wagons emblazoned, "In God we trusted, in Kansas we busted." To the creditors went the farms...



The peculiar shift from long narrow heads to those of a rounder shape, and back again, which took place between the 11th and 13th centuries, has been noted at sites throughout western Europe. More here


"Those who hammer their guns into plows will plow for those who do not."
- Thomas Jefferson

"Calling an illegal alien an "undocumented immigrant" is like calling a drug dealer an "unlicensed pharmacist."
- Unknown

Pakistan’s Islamist press calls for jihad

Pakistan’s Islamist media published a series of explicit calls for violence against India in the six weeks before the Hyderabad bombings — a development that analysts believe reflects the weakening of General Pervez Musharraf’s regime, and raises fears of a renewed wave of terror strikes.

- it must be something in the water over there -


Now that Alberto Gonzales has resigned, the next loser that should be shown the door is Chertoff, the so-called chief of the Homeland Security. He’s one of the guys who thinks open borders is a really neat idea. F*ck him.

"I guess I’ve done my duty"

Incredible story of a female soldier in Iraq. Read it here. God bless her.

India and Terrorism

India has since 2004 lost more lives to terrorist incidents than all of North America, South America, Central America, Europe and Eurasia put together. All of these vast swathes of the globe lost a total of 3,280 lives in terrorist incidents between January 2004 and March this year. India alone lost 3,674 lives over the same period of three years and three months.

Full story here

- the Religion of Peace is everywhere! -

Monday, August 27, 2007

$800,000 Desktop

Photos here

9/11 Coincidences?

Strange events in the Towers

Why I’m not a fan of Wal-Mart

One of Wal-Mart’s biggest issues is their high turnover rate – approximately 70% of its employees leave within the first year, primarily due to lack of recognition and inadequate pay.

More than 70% of the goods sold in Wal-Mart are manufactured in China.


The Templar’s plague

Arguments can be made that the infrastructure the Templars had created in Europe disappearing literally over night caused a certain amount of upheaval. Possibly the effects of the "1315-1322 Great Famine" could have been lessened had the Templars still been in control of their vast farm holdings.

And a lack of cats didn’t help either

God and Allah

Many Christians and Muslims claim that they worship the same god, that the Christian God and the Islamic Allah are one and the same.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

The Christian God sent his Son to Earth to redeem humanity. Islam denies that Jesus is divine though it does credit him with being a great prophet.

If God and Allah are the same then both religions would recognize Jesus as the Son of God. They don’t. Allah never mentioned to Mohammed that he had a Son named Jesus. We are forced to believe that Allah either has a poor memory or is an entirely different deity. Take your pick, it’s your call.

New World Order

"In the next century, nations as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single, global authority. National sovereignty wasn’t such a great idea after all."

- David Rockefeller, Trilateral Commission, 1991

"We shall have world government whether or not you like it, by conquest or consent."

- James Warburg, Council on Foreign Relations, 1950

Obama’s got Religion

Speaking to Sunday church congregants in New Orleans, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama invoked Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount days before the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Rest of the story

- he made no mention of abortion, though -

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Of Bridges and Taxes

Minnesota spends $1.6 billion a year on transportation—enough to build a new bridge over the Mississippi River every four months. But nearly $1 billion of that has been diverted from road and bridge repair to the state’s light rail network that has a negligible impact on traffic congestion. Last year part of a sales tax revenue stream that is supposed to be dedicated for road and bridge construction was re-routed to mass transit. The Minnesota Department of Economic Development reports that only 2.8% of the state’s commuters ride buses or rail to get to work, but these projects get up to 25% of the funding.

- but, but,'s Bush's fault, isn't it? -

Lisa Nowak

According to her biography at NASA’s website, "Nowak logged over 1,500 flight hours in more than 30 different aircraft."

I think she is a joke. She was promoted in a world gone crazy with political correctness. Does the Navy even have "30 different" types of aircraft? She is referred to as a "test pilot" in other publications. I wonder which planes did she "test?"

It’s all politics. She’s a sham. A joke. A jealous little bitch who dumped her husband for someone more flashy and exciting. That’s the real tragedy of Lisa Nowak.

Rich People are Different from You and Me

The estranged wife of one of Sydney’s wealthiest businessmen has told the Family Court she needed an allowance of $16,202 a week to maintain her "very high standard of living" including $1000 for eating out and entertaining.

In a bitter multi-million dollar divorce fight, the wife has claimed $1000 a week for clothing, shoes and accessories - and $300 to clean a swimming pool that doesn’t exist.

Cocaine, Booze, and Pot

"When analyses were conducted controlling for covariates, the frequency of alcohol and cocaine use was significantly related to violence, suggesting that pharmacological effects [of the drugs] may play a role in violence. Frequency of cannabis use, however, was not significantly related to violence when controlling for other factors."

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Amnesty Shamnesty

Amnesty-first GOP presidential candidate John McCain is now singing the enforcement-first tune. And GOP presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani vowed Tuesday to stop the flow of illegal immigrants into the U.S.

He’s touting a "tamper-proof ID card" that includes fingerprints for everyone entering the country and a central database to track when they leave.

What Rudy-come-lately fails to comprehend is that there are already multiple alien tracking databases mandated by federal law that have yet to be fully implemented, integrated and used.

The reason they don’t work is because open-borders interests have sabotaged them by restricting funding for them, objecting to them on civil liberties grounds, and pushing local and state governments to forbid public employees from checking them to verify citizenship status.


Note: Guiliani is also pro-choice, an advocate of gay-rights, and is not much of a "family values" man according to his ex-wives. And it is rumored that Giuliani dropped out of the 2000 U.S. Senate race against Hillary Clinton not because he had prostate cancer but, according to those close to the campaign, because he was convinced he could not beat her.


"I understand that people have a hard time with the concept that we get to decide what is news and what isn’t, and what is fair and what isn’t."

- David McCumber, Managing Editor, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

- who elected him to be Overlord? -

Bumper Stickers

I souport publik edekasion - vote Demmokrat

Jesus loves you, and Allah wants you dead

- thanks, Aaron -

Austin's swimming hole at Barton Creek

Reality Shows, Soap Operas, and Pornography

Are all three just a socially acceptable form of Voyeurism?

And is Voyeurism a practice in which an individual derives sexual pleasure from observing other people or can it be defined as someone who receives enjoyment from witnessing other people’s suffering or misfortune (schadenfreude)?

More here

- Note: women are partial to reality shows and soap operas, men are partial to pornography -

And the Game is months away...

It may not be October yet, but the Red River Rivalry has already gotten nasty.

An Oklahoma City man is facing charges of aggravated assault and battery after a run-in that left a Texas fan with serious damage to his scrotum, The Oklahoman reports.

- the annual Oklahoma University vs Texas University is THE game each year -

Leftists and Poverty

"Despite whatever the Left may say, or even believe, about their concern for the poor, their actual behavior shows their interest in the poor to be greatest when the poor can be used as a focus of the left’s denunciations of society.... When the poor stop being poor, they lose the attention of the left. What actions on the part of the poor, or what changes in the economy, have led to drastic reductions in poverty seldom arouse much curiosity, much less celebration."

- Robert Godwin

Canada’s violent crime rate is double ours

...for violent crime, one has to head north to Canada, where there are 9.5 violent crimes for every 1,000 people. That figure is down 5 percent from 1996. The numbers are from Statistics Canada.

That’s double the violent crime rate in the United States.

Barber Shops closed in Iran

Police in Tehran have closed two dozen barber shops and hairdressers in a fortnight in the latest phase of a "morals" crackdown aimed at enforcing Islamic dress codes among young Iranians.The businesses were shut after being identified as purveyors of decadent "western" culture.

Friday, August 24, 2007

How China negotiates with Kidnappers

Photos here

Pascal’s Wager

"The Wager posits that it is a better ‘bet’ to believe that God exists than not to believe, because the expected value of believing (which Pascal assessed as infinite) is always greater than the expected value of not believing."


I am reminded of John Donne's famous quote, "And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; It tolls for thee."

Did you know?

Drug Companies Spent $30 Billion On Drug Ads In 2005

- is it any wonder why we have drug problems around the world? -

Why Liberals support Illegal Immigration

Liberals know they’re losing the demographic war. Christians have lots of children and adopt lots of children; liberals abort children and encourage the gay lifestyle in anyone with a flair for color. They can’t keep up.

- Ann Coulter

Who Is Allah?

Europeans love to mock the salience of religion in American society, but they won’t be laughing for very long. The de-Christianization of Europe in the name of "tolerance" is rapidly driving the spiritually shiftless continent into the arms of Islam. And now, amidst the postmodern theological confusion that defines contemporary Europe, even Catholic clergy are jumping on the Islamomania bandwagon.

Why the U.S. Ranks Low on WHO’s Health-Care Study

The New York Times recently declared "the disturbing truth ... that ... the United States is a laggard not a leader in providing good medical care."

As usual, the Times editors got it wrong.

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Belgium breaking up?

Belgium is comprised of Flanders (Dutch speaking) and Wallonia (French speaking). Flanders comprises 60% of the population while Wallonia is 40%.

While Flanders pays most of Belgium’s taxes the bulk of the money flows to Wallonia. There a welfare-receiving electorate votes for parties which for over three decades have been blocking any attempts at reforming the collapsing welfare system.


"Africans have never really entered history. They have never really launched themselves into the future. In a world where nature controls everything, man has remained immobile in the middle of an unshakable order where everything is determined. There is no room neither for human endeavour, nor for the idea of progress… the African peasant only knows the renewal of time, rhythmed by the endless repetition of the same gestures and the same words. In this imaginary world where everything starts over and over again, there is no place for human adventure or the idea of progress."

- French President Nicolas Sarkozy


Idiot of the Week

"The United States is the one who broke the law first. By letting people cross over without documents. By letting people pay taxes."

- Elvira Arellano

What Arabs like about Israel

"I’ll bet you’ve all been wondering what the Arabs like about Israel. Until today, I didn’t think they liked anything about us. I was wrong. There’s something they love about us: pornography."

Did you know?

Saudi Arabian Airlines (known as Saudia) declares on its English-language website that the kingdom bans "Bibles, crucifixes, statues, carvings, items with religious symbols such as the Star of David."


Katie Couric

Ed Klein’s new biography of America’s sweetheart Katie Couric hasn’t officially been released, but it already is creating media buzz for its surprising revelations about the one-time "perky" morning host who became the anchor of the "CBS Evening News."

Why Women shouldn't be Police Officers

Passers-by have been praised for coming to the aid of two female police officers who were assaulted by a man believed to be high on the drug ice in western Sydney.

- imagine having to rescue two women from one man! -

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Big, big news from Iraq

Story is here

Totalitarian Chic

"His stint as head of the National Bank, during which he printed bills signed ‘Che’, has been summarized by his deputy, Ernesto Betancourt: ‘[He] was ignorant of the most elementary economic principles.’ Guevara’s powers of perception regarding the world economy were famously expressed in 1961, at a hemispheric conference in Uruguay, where he predicted a 10 percent rate of growth for Cuba ‘without the slightest fear,’ and, by 1980, a per capita income greater than that of ‘the U.S. today.’ In fact, by 1997, the thirtieth anniversary of his death, Cubans were dieting on a ration of five pounds of rice and one pound of beans per month; four ounces of meat twice a year; four ounces of soybean paste per week; and four eggs per month."


- has socialism ever thrived anywhere? -


When Hillary Clinton visited Iraq last month the Army Blackhawk helicopter used to transport the Senator was given the call sign "Broomstick One."

And they say the Army has no sense of humor.

I don't know what he's doing, either

Camel Kills Woman

Okay, now I’ve seen everything.

Did you know?

President Bush loves spending time on his ranch in Crawford, Texas during August when it is super hot because the travelling White House news reporters have to follow along and suffer the heat.

Michael Vick

Vick is in trouble for dog fighting and animal abuse. Stories in the media inevitably describe him as "talented" and "gifted."

Last year he passed for only 2474 yards and 20 touchdowns, and finished the season with a Quarterback rating of 75.7. In six years he has passed for 11,505 total yards and 71 touchdowns.

In contrast, Peyton Manning passed for 4397 yards and 31 touchdowns, while finishing the season with a Quarterback rating of 101.0. In his nine years in the NFL, Manning has passed for 37,586 yards and 275 touchdowns.

No More Newspapers

This guy is no longer reading newspapers

"...I noticed that there were two sorts of topics in the papers. They were topics I had first-hand knowledge of, and things of which I knew little. And I noticed that without fail, articles written about anything I had intimate knowledge about were absolute nonsense. And I began to notice the little word shifts and shimmies and angles that the authors and editors would use to grind whatever sort of ax they had."

Moose Population in Trouble for Belching

The poor old Scandinavian moose is now being blamed for climate change, with researchers in Norway claiming that a grown moose can produce 2,100 kilos of methane a year — equivalent to the CO2 output resulting from a 13,000 kilometer car journey.

How was your summer?

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Women Should Know Their Place

"Women are simply not accepted by the Muslim community," says Mohammed. "So women had also better not do this work." Mohammed is my colleague social worker [integration civil servant] in Antwerp’s immigrant quarters. He looks at me gravely. "That is just the way it is, and that is why I prefer not to work with a woman, that simply doesn’t work." He is complaining about another colleague, a Flemish woman who is his superior.

Rest of the story


I saw a post somewhere on the internet last week that asked some good questions. If it’s okay to kill a healthy full term fetus, it should be okay to kill Grandma or Grandpa, or even Mom and Dad, if you want to get your inheritance a few years ahead of time. And it should be okay to "abort" any little two year-old devil who makes life a living hell. And it should be okay to "abort" the little wife who knowingly restricts or inhibits her husband’s freedom. Hey, fair is fair.

By the way, even Democrats are re-thinking support for abortion

Why I left Islam

"I am often asked, Why I left Islam? As absurd as it may be, some Muslims cannot even allow themselves to think that leaving Islam is an option, or even possible. They rather think that those who leave Islam are paid Jewish agents than accept the fact that people have freedom to think and some may even think that Islam is not for them. The following are my reasons...."


Seen on Tee Shirt

"I’m blonde - I don’t need to be good at math"

Reverse Discrimation?

The New Orleans district attorney lost his fight Wednesday against a ruling that said he violated the civil rights of dozens of white employees when he fired them after taking office in 2003 and replaced them with black workers.

Orleans Parish prosecutor Eddie Jordan claimed he filled key positions with political supporters and did not discriminate based on race when he took over from longtime District Attorney Harry Connick Sr. in 2003; he fired 53 of 77 employees.

Meanwhile, violent crime intensifies in New Orleans

Global Warming?

"Climate scientists have known for many years that the energy output from the Sun varies and believe it or not, when the Sun is putting out more energy, the Earth heats up and when the Sun cools down, so does the Earth. What appears to be so simple is actually much more complex as the Sun can vary its output differentially in the various portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. For example, the Sun can actually increase its production of gamma rays while decreasing the level of infrared emission, and these patterns of energy output can reveal themselves quite differently in terms of response of Earth’s climate."


Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton

Governor Ted Nugent

At age 58, Nugent still brims with teenage enthusiasm for hard rock music. He is also one of the nation’s most outspoken gun and hunting advocates. And he is considering a run for political office.

UFO Incident

Video of UFO incident from Trumbull County, Ohio

Monday, August 20, 2007

Quote from a Democrat

"God has created [the United States] and brought us to our present position of power and strength" in order to defend "spiritual values — the moral code — against the vast forces of evil that seek to destroy them."

- Harry S. Truman

- was Truman the last good Democrat? -

John Edwards, Airhead

When an Iowa resident asked former senator John Edwards Thursday whether the United States should follow the Cuban healthcare model, the 2004 vice presidential contender deflected the question by saying he didn’t know enough to answer the question.

"I’m going to be honest with you — I don’t know a lot about Cuba’s healthcare system," Edwards, D-N.C., said at an event in Oskaloosa, Iowa. "Is it a government-run system?"

But just three days earlier, the candidate was asked a question about the Michael Moore documentary "Sicko" — which focuses extensively on the Cuban healthcare system.

Edwards, in between autographs outside Dan’s Pizzeria in Onawa, Iowa, replies, "I watched Sicko," later adding, "It’s a great movie."

From Russia with Love

Feminist Hot Air

To thunderous acclaim from the liberal intelligentsia, a team of feminist icons - including Gloria Steinem and Jane Fonda - last year launched a women-run radio network. The mainstream media dutifully parroted press releases describing the launch as a "breakthrough" for women in the male-dominated world of talk radio.

The Boston Globe, for example, proclaimed that "GreenStone gives women an outlet." Business Week described the venture as "Talk Radio Minus The Testosterone."

Last Friday, GreenStone Media signed off for good. Why did this effort fail? After all, the programming carefully was designed by feminist experts to appeal to female tastes. According to Steinem, "women are more and more turned off by the hostility and argumentative nature of AM talk radio." Greenstone Media was supposed to capitalize on that by offering a different tenor, more "community" and greater respect for different points of views.

We are a Drug Addled Culture

The amount of five major painkillers sold at retail establishments rose 90 percent between 1997 and 2005, according to an Associated Press analysis of statistics from the Drug Enforcement Administration.

More than 200,000 pounds of codeine, morphine, oxycodone, hydrocodone and meperidine were purchased at retail stores during the most recent year represented in the data. That total is enough to give more than 300 milligrams of painkillers to every person in the country.

- evidence of the decline of America? -

Stupid Quote

"There’s no more debate. We face a planetary emergency. . . . There is no more scientific debate among serious people who’ve looked at the evidence."

- Al Gore

From Little ACORNS...Democrats Grow

...on July 26, 2007, local prosecutors in Seattle indicted seven ACORN workers on charges of submitting phony registrations in what Secretary of State Sam Reed, himself a Democrat, terms the "worst case of voter registration fraud" in state history. (If Reed is actually capable of recognizing vote fraud, one wonders how he was able to preside over the Democrats’ brazen theft of the Washington governors office in 2004.)

In the present case, ACORN workers turned in registration forms containing the names of such well-know "Washingtonians" as Dennis Hastert (former House Speaker from Illinois), Frank Rich and Tom Friedman (New York Times columnists), as well as totally fictitious persons such as Stormi Bays and Fruto Boy. The addresses given were all traced to various homeless shelters.

According to the indictments, of the 1,805 registrations submitted by ACORN, only nine have been confirmed as valid. Election officials are still trying to validate the remaining 34 registrants.

- and yet Democrats always claim the high moral ground -

Correction - Secretary of State Sam Reed is actually a Republican! I received an email from the office of Mr. Reed stating that he is a Republican. Everything else is presumably true.

Jamaica and Hurricane Dean recap

• at least 8 killed

• passed south

• uprooted trees, flooded streets and tore roofs off many homes, businesses and a prison (No prisoners escaped)

• police in shootout with looters at shopping center in central parish of Clarendon (no injuries)

• curfews in effect through tonight

• only 47 of 1,000 shelters occupied for fear of looting


Democrat Beliefs

Sunday, August 19, 2007

Christa Gail Pike, Murderer

Criminologists who are looking to solve the question of nature vs. nurture in determining what causes criminal behavior won’t get anywhere by examining the terrible case of Christa Gail Pike of Knoxville, Tennessee. The only people who might get anything of value by looking at Christa’s life and crimes are those of us who like to scare ourselves silly by staring into the heart of evil.

Mount St. Helens Volcano Cam

Best viewed, obviously, during the daytime hours.

Go here.

- keep in mind that it rains a lot and is also often cloudy -

How Societies Commit Suicide

The sound of a civilization committing suicide can be heard in these stories; for civilizations collapse not because the barbarians are so strong, but because they themselves are so morally enfeebled.


Life is strange

Think about it, Keith Richards outliving Jim Fixx...

Virginia Dare

Oops, I forgot to post that yesterday was the birthday of the first child of the first American settlers to be born in the New World, on August 18, 1587.

Happy Birthday, child.

Salma Hayak looks good even when pregnant

Mexico deporting Illegals

Mexican authorities are deporting many of the thousands of Central American migrants who were stranded when a railroad closed.

The government sent hundreds of police and soldiers Tuesday to clear out the U.S.-bound migrants, who for decades have hopped freight cars on the Chiapas-Mayab railway.

Saturday, August 18, 2007

The Myths of Islam

Muslims often complain of the popular "misconceptions" about their religion in the West.
We took a hard look, however, and found that the most deeply held myths of Islam are the ones generated by Muslims and its Western apologists. The only glaring exception to this is the misconception that all Muslims are alike (they aren’t), but even Muslims fall into this trap as well, as evidenced by the various contrary factions insisting that they are the true Muslims, while others are either infidels, hijackers, or hypocrites.

Don’t be fooled!

Memo to New Orleans...

Intelligent people do not build houses, schools, or entire cities in flood zones.

More here

A Critique of Evolution

‘Origin of Species’ is, first and foremost, a sustained effort to solve the problem of how to account for the design of organisms, their complexity, diversity, and marvelous contrivances, as the result of natural processes. Darwin brings about the evidence for evolution because evolution is a necessary consequence of his theory of design.


The Aztecs believed that without human sacrifices to their gods, the world might come to an end or that their crops will fail. This belief created a big demand in human sacrifices and kept the Aztec state perpetually at war with its neighbors. Prisoners of war and criminals were constantly needed for sacrifices. Thus their religion is a religion of war because their religious beliefs compel them to wage war.

It is fortunate for the world that Cortez and his Spaniards were not tolerant, multiculturalists and moral relativists. Otherwise, in the name of religious tolerance, the Aztec gods would still be worshiped today. Instead, Cortez ordered their temples to be converted into churches. Those who resisted were dealt with in the familiar 16th century way — they were killed.


Missing Miners in China

Some 172 people were missing early Saturday after a mine in east China’s Shandong province was flooded by surface water, state media reported.

China’s coal mines are the most dangerous in the world and fatal accidents happen almost every day.

More than 4,700 workers were killed last year, according to official figures, although independent labour groups put the real death toll at up to 20,000 annually, with many accidents covered up.

John Stewart on Nancy Grace

Lies, Fabrications, and Plagiarism

The next time you buy a newspaper you might think of this story....

"Offenses include lying and fabricating, doctoring photos, plagiarism, conflicts of interest, falling for hoaxes, and overt bias. Some are hilarious, such as an action figure doll being mistaken for a real soldier. Some are silly, such as reporting on a baseball game watched on TV. Some are more serious."

Obama is a Moron

Well, things just get worse for the Illinois senator. First it was his pledge to meet with every dictator with no conditions. Then it was threatening ground troops in Pakistan. Then it was taking nukes off the table. Then it was calling U.S. policy in Afghanistan "just air-raiding villages and killing civilians." Now, worst of all for his chances, comes this headline from the AP....

Rest of the story

Russian Wrestler
Needs more steroids and less potato soup

Friday, August 17, 2007


An atheist complained to a friend, "Christians have their special holidays, such as Christmas and Easter. And Jews celebrate their holidays, such as Passover and Yom Kippur. Muslims have their holidays, too."

"Every religion has holidays to celebrate. But we atheists," he said, "have no recognized national holiday. It’s an unfair discrimination"

His friend replied..."Well, why don’t you celebrate April 1st?"

Getting away with Murder

Mary Winkler, the Tennessee woman who shot her minister husband to death while he slept, was released back into society this week after serving just 67 days, most of it in a prison hospital.

Did she get away with murder?

- Yes, she did. Hasn't she heard of a divorce? Can men kill their wives if they are forced to do things they don't want to do, like the dishes? -

$999,798 to Ship Two 19-Cent Washers

Your tax dollars at work

A small South Carolina parts supplier collected about $20.5 million over six years from the Pentagon for fraudulent shipping costs, including $998,798 for sending two 19-cent washers to a Texas base, U.S. officials said.

The company also billed and was paid $455,009 to ship three machine screws costing $1.31 each to Marines in Habbaniyah, Iraq, and $293,451 to ship an 89-cent split washer to Patrick Air Force Base in Cape Canaveral, Florida, Pentagon records show.

Man arrested for having big muscles

A well-built man was forced to take a drugs test in Stockholm recently after a police officer assumed that muscles like his could only have been developed with the help of illegal substances.

- as any man knows...women are sometimes too suspicious -


"Following the path of least resistance is what makes rivers and men crooked."

- Unknown

Hate Crime and Art

Stock Market

While some see the latest nosedive of the stock market as a sign of looming financial disaster others see it as an opportunity to buy stock at lower prices than it will be in the future. Some are selling at a loss and ridding themselves of valuable stock. Others are buying now because the value of the stock will inevitably go back up. So it goes.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

The Dark Side of Illegal Immigration

...very few Americans are against a reasonable amount of legal immigration, regardless of race, nationality or ethnicity, but most Americans are against any amount of illegal immigration, regardless of race, nationality or ethnicity.

- this website details all the negative aspects of illegal immigration -


Four things Leftists cannot tolerate: Christianity, conservatives, Israel and anybody who disagrees with them. But conservatives have to tolerate everything, of course. Democracy would of course be impossible if most people could not tolerate others with different views.

- Dr. John J. Ray

Fayette Factor

The Fayette Factor has been examined for years by collectors of Forteana, but recent attention may be the highest in years.

UFO’s and the Bible

The escort that accompanies the travelers is called a "pillar of a cloud" by day and a "a pillar of fire" by night. The word pillar is translated from ‘ammuwd,’ pronounced, am-mood; a column as standing; also a stand, i.e. platform. This means that this could either be a column or a platform that had the appearance of a cloud in the daylight and, when the sun went down, it was illuminated. And, it was staying close to the people, in other words, hovering.

Do you believe?

Part II here

O.M.G.!! Now it’s Global Cooling

Solar scientists predict that, by 2020, the sun will be starting into its weakest solar cycle of the past two centuries. They say this will likely lead to unusually cool conditions on Earth. It is also predicted that this cool period will go much longer than the normal 11 year cycle, as the Little Ice Age did. The climate threat is actually cooling, especially to countries like Canada. On the northern limit to agriculture in the world, very little cooling would likely destroy much of its food crops.

Dr. Kukla (Czechoslovakian Academy of Sciences) says he and many others realize that global warming always precedes an ice age. Each lasts about 100,000 years, punctuated by briefer, warmer periods called interglacials. We are in an interglacial now. This ongoing cycle closely matches cyclic variations in Earth’s orbit around the sun. Kukla says, "The relationship is just too clear and consistent to allow reasonable doubt. It’s either that, or climate drives orbit, and that just doesn’t make sense."

Cities targeting illegals’ cars

"We have had a substantial decline in our quality of life, our neighborhoods. We believe there is a direct correlation with illegal immigration," says Sam Abed, deputy mayor of Escondido, Calif., who is pushing an ordinance to limit overnight parking on public streets.

Be careful when you use certain words

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Idiot of the Week

Catholic churches in the Netherlands should use the name Allah for God to ease tensions between Muslims and Christians, says a Dutch bishop.

- this moron is senile and should be retired -

Palestinian Psychiatry

Imagine a Palestinian going to a Palestinian psychiatrist and free associating. "You know, I’ve been having these weird thoughts.... I don’t think that Jews are responsible for all my problems.... In fact, I’m starting to think that they’re an admirable people, and that we should be imitating them instead of murdering them.... Let’s be honest, Doc, Arabs have contributed nothing to the world, but just by being in proximity to Israel we were the most prosperous Arab ecomomy, but we stupidly destroyed all of that with the meaningless intifada. We actually cheered when those planes went into the Twin Towers, but now I’m starting to have second thoughts, Doc. Am I crazy?"

"Yes. Not just crazy but evil. As a way of curing you, I am recommending that you be hung by your ankles from the nearest lamp post and be disemboweled by an angry mob."


Blacks vs. Latinos

Last year Pew, a pollster, found that one-third of blacks believe immigrants take jobs from Americans—more than any other group. Yet in some ways their views were benign. Blacks are less likely than whites or even Hispanics to believe that immigrants end up on welfare or commit crimes. Latinos, on the other hand, appear to make no such concessions. One survey of Durham, in North Carolina, found that 59% of Latinos believed few or almost no blacks were hard-working, and a similar proportion reckoned few or almost none could be trusted. Fewer than one in ten whites felt the same way.


Leftist Zimbabwe collapsing

...a decade ago the currency traded at the rate of eight Zimbabwe dollars to $1, it now takes 200,000 Zimbabwe dollars to buy a single American dollar.

Mugabe was the darling of the leftists twenty years ago. He installed a socialistic system on a once prosperous country and confiscated farms from white farmers who produced enough to actually export food. Nowadays they don't have enough money to import anything.

Do we really know Reality?

"The life we live, the world we live in, is a mirage. If we understand a mirage, we understand a miracle."
-Rodney Collin

"On such things as matter we have all been wrong, what we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter."
- Albert Einstein

Muslim Subversion

"The Ikwhan must understand that all their work in America is a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and sabotaging their miserable house by the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and Allah’s religion is made victorious over all religions."

Sounds like the latest screed from Osama bin Laden. But it comes from the Muslim establishment in America.

A Christian in Iran

Iranian authorities in Tehran lashed a man on his back earlier this year for having a bible in his car, an Iranian Christian group said in a report on its website on Friday.

- story includes 2 photos of the victim -

Nice Quote

"The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane."

- Marcus Aurelius


Ahmed Ressam, the famous "Millennium Bomber" arrested at the British Columbia/Washington State border en route to blow up LAX, was admitted to Canada because he told them he was a convicted Algerian terrorist.

That’s right: As Mme Shouldice of the immigration service explained, being a terrorist was a legitimate criterion for admission, on the grounds that you had a reasonable fear of being ill-treated if you returned to the country where you were trying to blow people up.

Oh, Canada!

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Soft Porn site of the Day

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Karl Rove

10 things you didn’t know about Karl Rove.

More Liberal Bias

...while one newspaper focused on the lives that were snuffed out, it totally ignores the alleged triggerman. You have to go to another paper before you discover that the suspect was an illegal immigrant who was freed on bail twice this year after being charged with assault and child rape.

I'm going to take up bicycling

Political Philosophy

"One’s political philosophy, whether one acknowledges it or not, is going to depend upon one’s conception of human nature. And if your conception of human nature is wrong, then your philosophy is going to be warped and your system of governance is going to be dysfunctional. I believe leftism is rooted in a naive and faulty conception of human nature, which is why it does not work."

- Robert Godwin

Mustn’t offend Muslims

Hospital staff in the Lothians have been told not to eat at their desks to avoid offending Muslim colleagues during Ramadan.

NHS Lothian has advised doctors and other health workers not to have working lunches during the 30-day fast, which begins next month.

Russia returning to Stalinist tactics?

The practice of "punitive psychiatry", perfected by Nikita Khrushchev in the aftermath of Stalin’s Great Terror as a more palatable way of dealing with political dissidents, was once thought to have been buried with the Soviet Union.

Mexico’s Drug War

Take a photo tour of Mexico’s drug war

Evolution of Barry Bonds

22 picture slideshow of Barry’s development as a player over the years.

Monday, August 13, 2007

Immigration Poll

Seventy-nine percent (79%) of American adults favor a proposal requiring employers to fire workers who falsify identity documents. A Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that just 9% are opposed while 12% are not sure.

- 79% is an overwhelming majority against illegals. Are we all racists? -

Dogfighting barbaric? So is Abortion

There is no doubt the crime for which Michael Vick has been charged is brutal and inhumane, to say the least. But I fear our culture has degenerated to a level where our priorities are so out of whack, that we decry "from mountain to mountain and valley to valley" the mistreatment of innocent animals, while we turn a collective and legislative blind eye to the premature and yes, barbaric killing of human life in the name of "choice."


"I don’t have pet peeves, I have whole kennels of irritation."

— Whoopi Goldberg

Not So Intelligent Design

Of all the ignorant statements that are often used in defense of religion, one of the most annoying to me is the idea that human beings are well-designed. The argument assumes that an intelligent creator did a great job with the human body. The truth is, of course, that human beings aren’t particularly well-designed. We can’t live for more than a few minutes on over 80% of the planet.

300 - Mexican Style

Unique Feature of the Moon

"The relative sizes of the two bodies are close enough that some astronomers go so far as to refer to the Earth-Moon system as a double planet."

Sunday, August 12, 2007


They’re not issuing any press releases about it. But they have quietly revised their All-Time Hit Parade for U.S. temperatures. The "hottest year on record" is no longer 1998, but 1934. Another alleged swelterer, the year 2001, has now dropped out of the Top 10 altogether, and most of the rest of the 21st century – 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 – plummeted even lower down the Hot 100. In fact, every supposedly hot year from the Nineties and this decade has had its temperature rating reduced. Four of America’s Top 10 hottest years turn out to be from the 1930s, that notorious decade when we all drove around in huge SUVs with the air-conditioning on full-blast. If climate change is, as Al Gore says, the most important issue anyone’s ever faced in the history of anything ever, then Franklin Roosevelt didn’t have a word to say about it.

Iraqi Parliament

"What difference does it make if the parliament is on a break?" says Maha Hussein, a Baghdad schoolteacher. "For all the work they do, they might as well give themselves a yearlong vacation."

Source: Time Magazine

Afterlife Loopholes

When W.C. Fields, a lifelong atheist, was dying, his nephew walked into the acerbic comedian's hospital room one day and found him reading the Bible.

"Uncle, what are you doing!" he asked.

Replied Fields, "Looking for loopholes."

Strange photo of the surface of Mars from orbiting spacecraft

Scuba diving Cat

...and a friendly dog

Post-sleaze possibilities

Shalit believes that too many girls and women have been denied a happy ending because, post sexual revolution, we now believe it's good to be bad. "The plain fact," she writes, "is that girls today have to be 'bad' to fit in, just as the baby boomers needed to be good. And we are finding that this new script may be more oppressive than the old one ever was." You can't meet Mr. Right when you're busy shagging a series of Mr. Wrongs.

Strange Fact

From 2004 to 2005, the number of international tourists arriving in Africa increased by 8.5 percent, the largest growth for any region in the world.

Source: World Tourism Organization

- I don't know about you, but Africa would be one of the last places I would want to go visit -


“If every American who didn't like George W. Bush left the country, there would be no one left but illegal immigrants.”

- Toronto Star

Saturday, August 11, 2007


"MoveOn is very conservative."

(There are three types of liberals now: the loony left, the loonier left, and the looniest left)

- Leslie Angeline of Code Pink

The Mystery of Gravity

There are some mysteries that science just can’t explain...

"Gravity is completely different from the other forces described by the standard model," said Mark Jackson, a theoretical physicist at Fermilab in Illinois. "When you do some calculations about small gravitational interactions, you get stupid answers. The math simply doesn’t work."

Liberal changes his mind on Guns

Is it possible that the Second Amendment is not a quaint and antiquated remnant of a world that will never return, but an idea as relevant and sound today as when it was written?

Is it possible that we are not talking about the right of the government to form a militia when there is no standing army, but the right of the individual to defend himself, or herself, against both tyranny and lawlessness? Maybe we are talking about the right of self-defense — the right of the individual to take up arms against a government that wants to oppress, be it foreign or domestic. And the right of the individual to defend himself against criminals, brutes, and barbarians when local police seem unable to stop them.

- this guy made my day -

Forgotten Facts

César Estrada Chávez (March 31, 1927 – April 23, 1993) was a Mexican American (Chicano) farm worker, labor leader, and civil rights activist who co-founded the National Farm Workers Association, which later became the United Farm Workers. Supporters say his work led to numerous improvements for union workers. He is considered a hero for farm laborers, and fought against illegal immigration to help keep wages higher and improve work safety rules. He is hailed as one of the greatest American civil rights leaders after Martin Luther King, Jr.. His birthday has become a holiday in four U.S. states. Many parks, cultural centers, libraries, schools, and streets have been named in his honor in cities across the United States.


Hillary Clinton

"I would certainly take nuclear weapons off the table as an option."
(April 11, 2006)

"Presidents since the cold war have used nuclear deterrents to keep the peace and I don’t believe that any president should make any blanket statements with respect to the use or non-use of nuclear weapons."
(August 3, 2007)

Sworned Virgins of Albania ancient northern Albanian tradition in which women take an oath of lifelong virginity in exchange for the right to live as men.


"When people stop believing in God, they don’t believe in nothing—they believe in anything."

- G. K. Chesterton

"I have spoken to you of earthly things and you do not believe; how then will you believe if I speak of heavenly things?"

- John 3:12

Lawyers and computers

Lawyers and computers have both been proliferating since 1970. Unfortunately, lawyers, unlike computers, have not gotten twice as smart and half as expensive every 18 months.

Friday, August 10, 2007

Scary Quotes

"The wave of the Islamic revolution will soon reach the entire world," Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said.

"One of the primary responsibilities of the Muslim ruler is to spread Islam throughout the world," said South Africa’s Mufti Ebrahim Desai.

"Islam wishes to destroy all states and governments anywhere on the face of the Earth which are opposed to the ideology and program of Islam, regardless of the country or the nation which rules it," declared Syed Abul Ala Maududi, founder of Pakistan’s radical Jamaat-e-Islami party. He said this in April 1939....

Shortly before an American laser-guided bomb dispatched him to eternal hellfire in June 2006, al Qaeda in Iraq chieftain Abu Musab al-Zarqawi said, "We fight today in Iraq, tomorrow in the land of the holy places and after there in the West."

- From Jihad Watch

Hottest Years on Record

1. 1934
2. 1998
3. 1921
4. 2006
5. 1931
6. 1999
7. 1953
8. 1990
9. 1938
10. 1939


You'd think guys would check the length before buying their pants

The New Republic

A leftist magazine and website attracts journalists who lie and fabricate....

A magazine gets a hot story straight from a soldier in Iraq and publishes his writing, complete with gory details, under a pseudonym. The stories are chilling: An Iraqi boy befriends American troops and later has his tongue cut out by insurgents. Soldiers mock a disfigured woman sitting near them in a dining hall. As a diversion, soldiers run over dogs with armored personnel carriers. Compelling stuff, and, according to the Army, not true.

In 1998, the magazine fired Stephen Glass after reports surfaced that he had enhanced a story about computer hackers. Editors at the magazine researched his work and said they found fabrications in 27 of the 41 articles he had written for the publication over three years.

Ignorant Obama

During the Democratic presidential candidates debate on August 7 from Chicago, Barack Obama said....

"I would immediately call the president of Mexico, the president of Canada to try to amend NAFTA"

Canada, of course, has no president. It operates under a parliamentary system, and the head of government is the prime minister. Since February of last year that office has been held by Stephen Harper, leader of Canada’s Conservative party.


- And the Democrats say that Bush is dumb! -


Obviously, the so-called "Palestinians" and other Islamic death cults are barbarians, but the fact that this is not openly recognized and discussed is a kind of collectively enforced insanity. The odd thing about it is that it is not enforced by the barbarians themselves, who have no power over our minds. Rather, it is enforced by leftist elites in the media and academia.

- Robert Godwin, in the blog One Cosmos

How the Government Works

Once upon a time the government had a vast scrap yard in the middle of a desert. Congress said someone may steal from it at night, so they created a night watchman position (GS-4) and hired a person for the job.

Then Congress said, "How does the watchman do his job without instruction?" So they created a planning position and hired two people: one person to write the instructions (GS-12) and one person to do time studies (GS-11).

Then Congress said, "How will we know the night watchman is doing the tasks correctly?" So they created a Q.C. position and hired two people, one GS-9 to do the studies and one GS-11 to write the reports.

Then Congress said, "How are these people going to get paid?" So they created the following positions, a timekeeper (GS-09) and a payroll officer (GS-11) and hired two people.

Then Congress said, "Who will be accountable for all of these people?" So they created an administrative position and hired three people: an Admin. Officer (GM-13), an Assistant Admin. Officer (GS-13) and a Legal Secretary (GS-08).

Then Congress said, "We have had this command in operation for one year and we are $18,000 over budget, we must cutback overall cost," so they laid off the night watchman.

Thursday, August 9, 2007

Notable Quote

"A newspaper is a device for making the ignorant more ignorant, and the crazy, crazier."

- H.L.Mencken

Sex for the motherland

Remember the mammoths, say the clean-cut organisers at the youth camp’s mass wedding. "They became extinct because they did not have enough sex. That must not happen to Russia".
Obediently, couples move to a special section of dormitory tents arranged in a heart-shape and called the Love Oasis, where they can start procreating for the motherland.

With its relentlessly upbeat tone, bizarre ideas and tight control, it sounds like a weird indoctrination session for a phoney religious cult.

But this organisation - known as "Nashi", meaning "Ours" - is youth movement run by Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin that has become a central part of Russian political life.


"According to illegal aliens’ theory of civil rights, it is racist for a sovereign country to set its own immigration policy. Foreigners ought to have the right to come and go at will, and whatever rights citizens and legal aliens have should be subjugated to theirs. Illegals have a ‘right’ to benefit from America’s generosity (and stupidity), while those who follow the rules just have to grin, bear it, pay the bills, and shut the heck up."

- LaShawn Barber -

Redneck Games

Don’t make plans quite yet to visit Athens for the next edition of the rowdy outdoor party known as the Texas Redneck Games.

Describing the four-day event that ended Sunday as a bloated bacchanal of disorder, drunkenness and debauchery, Henderson County officials say they might charge the promoter under a state crowd control law.

Supposedly from 1500 yards with a .50 Caliber Sniper Gun
One less suicide bomber

Scary Quote

"I spent a lifetime working in mainstream media - book publishing, Hollywood movies, newspapers and magazines. Fact-checking, in my experience, is a big lie. It barely exists in the mainstream media."

— Roger L. Simon, quoted at Right Wing News

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Winter Soldier Syndrome

Michelle Malkin writes a devastating summary of the leftist's Winter Soldier Syndrome.

Walking to the shops ‘damages planet more than going by car’

"Walking does more than driving to cause global warming, a leading environmentalist has calculated. Food production is now so energy-intensive that more carbon is emitted providing a person with enough calories to walk to the shops than a car would emit over the same distance. The climate could benefit if people avoided exercise, ate less and became couch potatoes." This is not ScrappleFace. This is not The Onion. This is not a parody. This is the UK Times. It’s by Dominic Kennedy. Do you people realize the absolute total absence of anything intelligent, reasonable, or substantive in this whole discussion of climate destruction, weather, and the environment? So now you’d be better off driving. You contribute more to global warming walking to the mall than if you drove there.

Source: Rush Limbaugh quoting story from The Times of London

Global Warming?

NBC Nightly News recently pointed out that "three of the five warmest summers on record were in the 1930's."

Life Magazine, 1941

How To Tell Japs From The Chinese

From an ex-KGB Man....

"During the Vietnam War we spread vitriolic stories around the world, pretending that America’s presidents sent Genghis Khan-style barbarian soldiers to Vietnam who raped at random, taped electrical wires to human genitals, cut off limbs, blew up bodies and razed entire villages. Those weren’t facts. They were our tales, but some seven million Americans ended up being convinced their own president, not communism, was the enemy. As Yuri Andropov, who conceived this dezinformatsiya war against the U.S., used to tell me, people are more willing to believe smut than holiness."

- The author, Lt. Gen. Pacepa, is the highest-ranking intelligence official ever to have defected from the Soviet bloc -

- Liberals today are still making false claims -

Is it a Duck or a Rabbit?