Archive for December 18th, 2010

DOD Group: Force Heterosexuals to Shower With Homosexuals

DOD Group: Force Heterosexuals to Shower With Homosexuals

In the wake of our Imperial Congress’ decision to force open homosexuality on the U.S. Armed Forces, we learn that a Department of Defense working group recommends forcing heterosexual soldiers to shower with homosexuals.

Commandant of Marines’ Letter to Senators on DADT

Commandant of Marines' Letter to Senators on DADT

I served in Vietnam as a combat medic with the 2nd Btn/502nd Inf. Reg. of the 101st Airborne Div. While in training at Letterman General Hospital in San Francisco I and two other soldiers were sexually assaulted by two officers, one a male nurse and the other a doctor, after plying us with alcohol spiked with phenobarbital (and I don’t mean we were patted on the rear). We talked to our First Sergeant and were advised that since we were soon to be deployed to our duty stations, and the fact that the assailants were officers while we were lowly E-4s, we should just forget it and move on. We did. I have since wondered how many more young men were similarly assaulted because we weren’t men enough to file charges and try to stop these predators. I did learn that the nurse died of AIDS in the mid-eighties. I don’t know what became of the doctor.

Cap and Trade Huckster

Cap and Trade Huckster

While campaigning for the GOP nomination for President in 2007, Mike Huckabee said that “[w]e have a responsibility to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions, to conserve energy, to find alternative forms of energy that are renewable and sustainable and environmentally friendly.” Huckabee continued by stating support to Bloomberg for an “economy-wide `cap-and-trade’ system to control greenhouse gases.” Fast forward to present-day 2010, and Huckabee is singing a different tune.

Restrained by the Constitution

Restrained by the Constitution

On December 13, federal Judge Henry Hudson issued a decision on the Virginia’s challenge to the constitutionality of Obamacare’s “minimal essential coverage provision,” Judge Nelson emphasized that ours is a government of limited and delegated authority. As such, when the scope of the proposed mandate is compared against the authority of the government to act in such a manner, there is no other conclusion to draw but that the government is guilty of overreach

Should Michael Steele stay as RNC chairman?

Should Michael Steele stay as RNC chairman?

Next month the Republican National Committee will elect a chairman to lead their party into the 2012 presidential election. Current RNC Chairman Michael Steele must show he’s up to a number of formidable challenges if he wants to retain the RNC chairman post.