Archive for August 11th, 2010

The judicial system and the fight for justice…

Who is accountable? Who is immune? How much does it cost to have a chance to win? Or, is the game rigged and the poor (or disfavored) need not apply? Does it matter who (or what) is right? Or is it a matter of who is on what side and how much money and manpower […]

Gutfeld Proposes Gay Bar Beside Cordoba House

Gutfeld Proposes Gay Bar Beside Cordoba House

In what sounds to be a reasonable proposal, it would surely be a test of Muslim tolerance of the type that they have been preaching about to us. Proposed names for the bar under serious consideration include: “Suspicious Packages,” “Turbin Cowboy,” “You Mecca Me Hot” and “Jihunk.”

Poll: Likely Voters Consider Democrat Agenda ‘Extreme’

Poll: Likely Voters Consider Democrat Agenda ‘Extreme’

It’s a beautiful thing when the electorate has their eyes wide open. And the latest poll finding that 57% of likely voters consider the Democrat agenda “extreme” indicates a healthy number of Americans are wide awake. No wonder congressional and presidential approval ratings are down the drain.

Democrats: Punish Soldiers Who Oppose Homosexual Behavior

Democrats: Punish Soldiers Who Oppose Homosexual Behavior

A new survey finds that half of Democrats polled believe that soldiers who oppose homosexual behavior should be punished, regardless of their religious beliefs. But as the president of the Center for Security Policy reveals, forcing open homosexual behavior onto the military may not just be a career-destroyer for some soldiers: it may crucially damage the effectiveness of the U.S military altogether.

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Cutting Through the Technicalities

SOS: Speaking of Seniors - Cutting Through the Technicalities

In a government-run medical system, there is a lot of room for charges to slip through the cracks…and into the lap of the patient. Sometimes the government fails to do its part; in others, medical providers may fail to communicate properly with government payment agencies. Either way, the consumer is often left holding the bill.

As the Game Goes South, Senator Reid Plays the Race Card

As the Game Goes South, Senator Reid Plays the Race Card

Apparently the soon-to-be-replaced Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) is getting very desperate. He’s whipping out the race card and playing it with brazen ferocity: “I don’t know how anyone of Hispanic heritage could be a Republican. Okay? Do I need to say more?”