Archive for August 31st, 2007

Where’s Mama?

Carey Roberts has an interesting piece on women and “equal rights” at He asks if it’s time to scale back the “pedestal,” i.e. the pedestal upon which civilized men have always placed women in some fashion or another. Roberts makes the case that when the radical Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was shot down back […]

Quote of the Week

From the West Central Tribune, here’s what what police Sergeant Dave Karsnia said at the end of his arresting interview of Senator Larry Craig: “Embarrassing. Embarrassing. No wonder why we’re going down the tubes.” Yes. The Democrat Party as an entity doesn’t even profess or promote or say anything positive about acting morally. So if […]

Cabela’s Campaign

As noted by the South Dakota War College this morning, the Cabela’s deal remains a central issue in Rapid City. While TIFs are a key part of the current debate, it’s the land giveaway part of the deal that sticks in many people’s craw (and the Visitor Information Center move, though that appears to have […]

Iowa Judge Legislates from the Bench

Polk County Judge Robert Hanson has freed the citizens of Iowa from the confines of silly things like laws and has issued his imperial decree allowing homosexuals to claim they have “married” one another. From the Des Moines Register: Johnson argued that Iowa has a long history of aggressively protecting civil rights in cases of […]

Representing a Daddy’s Love

To raise money for the fight to bring Baby Max home , I think Gary Stocklaufer ought to auction off a piece (or two) of clothing that is outgrowing him! Clothing (now too big) that represents the length’s that a Daddy will go to for the love of a child! What do you think about […]

As the Court System Turns

Judge finds Duke prosecutor in contempt By AARON BEARD, Associated Press Writer 2 minutes ago DURHAM, N.C. – Mike Nifong, the disgraced former Durham County district attorney, was held in criminal contempt of court Friday for lying to a judge when pursuing rape charges against three falsely accused Duke University lacrosse players. Superior Court Judge […]

‘Poverty’ in the United States

While there are a few people in the United States who are actually genuinely poor–and a fewer still who are poor through no fault of their own(i.e. not because of addictive behaviors or poor financial behavior)–the National Center for Policy Analysis sheds the light of truth on poverty in America, telling you what the poverty-pimps […]

Pushing Small Vehicles in an SUV

The Politico reveals still more eco-hypocrisy from the Left. This time it’s John Edwards who tells average Americans they need to sacrifice their gas-hungry SUVs, then leaves to climb into his Cadillac SRX Crossover which gets 15 MPG. Maybe it’s just a sin problem, and though Lefties believe we should all ride around on bicycles, […]

Reeling from the Eye of the Beholder

The headline at is “GOP Reeling From Money and Sex Scandals.” Why is that a newsworthy headline when there are plenty of sex and money scandals on the Democrat side of the house (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,10,11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, etc.)? Why do you never see […]

Study: Morning News Pushes Democrat Candidates

According to CNS News, a new study by the Media Research Center finds that (sit down, I know it’ll be shocking) the network morning shows are selling Democrat candidates to the viewers. The study found that 55 percent of campaign stories on ABC’s Good Morning America , CBS’s The Early Show and NBC’s Today focused […]