I read the other day where one of the top spammers was arrested. It was stated that now that he was apprehended we ought to see less spam. I must have one of the other top spammers ruling my mailbox. One that has taken over the arrested one’s turf, because I have been getting even [...]
Just heard a good commercial on the radio. It’s from a group called “The People of America’s Oil and Natural Gas Industry.” It’s about energy and a return to the nostalgia of the 1970s and the heyday of mood rings, disco, bad hair, long lines at the gas station (and America’s greatest president: Jimmy Carter). [...]
HT to Sibby Online for pointing out that a homeschooler won the national spelling bee. As Steve aptly pointed out, the amount of taxpayer dollars we throw at education is really no indicator at all of academic excellence (hint: homeschoolers pay for ALL their education expenses ON TOP OF paying the same taxes to the [...]
From the Rapid City Journal: The three, all 18 and of Rapid City, are Jesse Antes, McKenzie Koenen and Gabriel Rensch, who was an honor-roll student and was scheduled to graduate Sunday with high honor. Rensch was also a recipient of the President’s Award for Academic Excellence. These young men had so much potential and [...]
From WorldNetDaily: Just two days after President Bush slammed critics of his immigration policy, the Republican National Committee has reportedly fired all 65 of its telephone solicitors, as donors are said to be furious over the Bush’s stance to give legal status to millions of illegal aliens. “Every donor in 50 states we reached has [...]
The headline from yesterday’s Madison Daily Leader: “Paula Abdul says she found her purpose in life when she became a judge on ‘American Idol’” Where ever she was before getting this gig on American Idol…I feel really bad for her. In fact…I still do.
By Paul E. Scates If the only news you get is from the networks or the newspaper, you may think that the next great moment in U.S. history will be the passage of the Kennedy/McCain immigration bill, or some “compromise” version of it. Perhaps you’ve forgotten, though, that just a few months ago the news [...]
GUEST COLUMN By Ralph Hatcher, M.D.Mr. Ellis’ piece on the opening of the Creation Museum this week is a well-stated indictment of the pro-Darwin scientists who find themselves tangled in their “just so” stories and dismissal of the mountain of evidence that is contrary to their pet theories. Their position is becoming less and les [...]