Archive for May 30th, 2008

South Dakota, Nine Other States Urge Calif. to Delay Homosexual ‘Marriage’ Ruling

South Dakota is among ten states urging California to delay implementation of it’s homosexual “marriage” ruling until after November when the voters will have a say on the matter. From Newsmax: The attorneys general say in court documents filed Thursday that they have an interest in the case because they would have to determine if […]

Calif. Homosexual ‘Marriage’ Will Create Lawsuits in Other States

I said recently that the New York governor’s decision to play legislator and recognize homosexual “marriages” from other states would be leveraged to force other states to do the same. Some believe, and I have no doubt they’re right, that the recent California decision (where the judiciary also decided to play legislator) will have an […]

No Peace With the Forces of Evil

American Minute from William J. Federer Southern women scattered spring flowers on the graves of both the Northern and Southern soldiers who died during the Civil War. This was the origin of Memorial Day, which in 1868 was set on MAY 30. In 1968, it was moved to the last Monday in May. From the […]

NewsBusted Conservative Comedy 5/30/2008

Topics in this episode: –John McCain releases his medical records –Do Americans want less government and lower taxes? –Al Franken still in trouble for failing to pay his taxes –Hillary Clinton hangs on –American Airlines charges passengers $15 per bag –Is Angelina Jolie pregnant with twins?

When Anti-American Foreigners Love the Presidential Candidate

If people like a presidential candidate, and those people are from countries that envy America’s success and/or hate what the United States stands for, what does that say about the candidate? According to CNS News, people in socialist enclaves across the world LOVE Barack Obama: In a survey of some 6,200 people in Britain, France, […]

Blame Congress for Fuel Costs

In a post last week I pointed out that “Big Oil” has little to do with the high cost of gas at the pump, netting only about 9.4% profit on their investment overall, or approximately 37 cents out of the $4 per gallon many of us are now paying. The Wall Steet Journal addressed the […]

Women Voters (Heart) Big Government

John Lott Jr. has a very intriguing piece at Fox News. Ostensibly, it has to do with the question of whether there is bias against women in politics, brought on by the Clintons claims that Hillary Clinton is the victim of sexism in the presidential race. However, it examines a much larger and more fundamental […]

New McCain 2008 T-Shirts: Expressing our Conservative Pride

Rusty at the Gribble Report gave me an idea today. He said he’d been dejected lately about the Republican nominee John McCain, and was thinking of coming up with a t-shirt to express his support for his party’s nominee. I messed around a little bit last year with CafePress where you can customize merchandise, but […]

Scott McClellan Considering Vote for Obama?

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Ain’t that intriguing? Bush administration turncoat Scott McClellan likes what he hears from Obama? So says the Politico: Scott McClellan, making the media rounds to promote his book and push back against the ferocious counter-attack by Bush loyalists, declined to come out tonight for John McCain and said he liked what he had heard […]

A Good Reason to Vote for McCain

Since John McCain is so liberal and thumbs his nose at most of the things I consider most important, I’m always having a hard time keeping myself convinced to vote for him come November. But from the British Telegraph, I just got a good reason that may keep me motivated. Ultralib Hollywood bigmouth Susan Sarandon […]