December, 2007

The NSA - Crypto AG sting

For decades, the US National Security Agency (NSA) has been reading effortlessly ultra sensitive messages intercepted from all parts of the world. This extraordinary feat was not the consequence of the work of some genius cyber mathematician.

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story

Is There a Bottom?

As the Olmert government continues its obsession to basically ignore continued Arab rocket attacks on Israeli towns and citizens, to surrender additional territory, including Jerusalem, and to do the work of previous Arab and Muslim conquerors and uproot Jews from the Land of Israel, even before the Arabs achieve victory, news continues to flow in that raises the question again and again, “Is there a bottom to the pit of depravity to which the current Israeli government will sink?”

By Guest Column Dr. Steve Carol- Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story

There is no right of return. Period.

The LA Times continues with its pro-Palestinian advocacy and its misinformation. It recently published Will peace cost me my home? by Ghada Ageel who is a self professed “third-generation Palestinian refugee”.

By Ted Belman - Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story

Know Your Monitoring Options

Bringing up the subject of alarm monitoring quite often generates repugnant responses like, “Why should I pay monthly monitoring fees when the burglar is gone before the police arrive” or “I’m going to stick with my local alarm (not monitored) because I have great neighbors who will respond if needed”.

By Guest Column Frank Fourchalk- Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story

Closing The Garage Door on Thieves

The definition of garage is ‘a building or indoor area for parking or storing motor vehicles’. So why do home owners fill their garages full of junk and park their expensive vehicles outside? If you are fortunate enough to have an attached or detached garage as part of your home, why not use it as intended?

By Guest Column Frank Fourchalk- Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story

Media’s Effect on Crime

Local television stations, radio stations and newspapers do an outstanding job in reporting the news.The media opens an enormous window to our communities. A window that keeps us abreast of our cities current affairs.

By Guest Column Frank Fourchalk- Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story

Secure Your Home with an Unlisted Number

It amazes me how many people have their phone number listed in the telephone directories. Let’s look at the dangers of allowing not only our phone number, but our address to be displayed in public phone books.

By Guest Column Frank Fourchalk- Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story

Drinking, driving and zero tolerance

The Traffic Research Foundation, a Canadian organization, released a report that the percentage of Canadians who drive while exceeding the legal limit of alcohol in their blood is 8.2 per cent; significantly higher than the 5.6 per cent that did so in 2004. According to the Foundation, 90 per cent of people who drink and drive do so regularly.

By Arthur Weinreb - Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story

69 yr old pro lifer, Ed Snell knocked unconscious during protest

Ed Snell, (right)Injured in the line of duty (elderly man almost dies from injuries)  ABORTION CLINIC RECEPTIONIST SAYS:  “HE GOT WHAT HE DESERVED!”

At 6:30 am on Saturday, December 22, while most were snug in bed, resting up for Christmas activities, veteran pro-lifer Ed Snell was arriving at Hillcrest Abortion Center, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

By Guest Column Michael Whitcraft- Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story

Individual privacy under threat in Europe and U.S., report says

Individual privacy is under threat in the United States and across the European Union as governments introduce sweeping surveillance and information-gathering measures in the name of security and controlling borders, an international rights group has said in a report.

By Guest Column The Associated Press- Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story

Why Al Qaeda Didn’t Kill Her And The Pakistani Military Did?

Didn’t Al Qaeda send a suicide bomber to her party’s rally in July?
Didn’t she accuse Al Qaeda of financing her opponents in the 1990s?
Didn’t she promise she will let U.S. forces into Pakistani tribal areas to hunt Al Qaeda?
Wasn’t she openly a tool of U.S. policy?
Why would the Pakistani military kill her right in Rawalpindi, half a mile from military headquarters and invite instant suspicions?
And lastly, if intentions are honorable, why Mr. Zardari doesn’t order an autopsy where his surgeon-sister is part of the team?

By Guest Column Ahmed Quraishi- Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story

A Roadmap for Free Lebanon in 2008

When a nation is faced with open rebellion by at least a third of its people, it has three basic choices: reach a settlement, quell the rebellion, or let go of the rebel territory. You can do this in war, or in peace, then live one more day hoping that you may be able to reunite the nation in the future if the people are willing.

By Guest Column Charles Jalkh/Freedom Fighter- Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story

Reminder to Iowa: Vote for Hillary, Early and Often, January 14!

—Satire—
There is no eloquent way to say it: Hillary Rodham Clinton (HRC) has had a rotten fall and winter. Her woes began on Halloween when she flip flopped on the issue of driver’s licenses for illegal aliens during a nationally televised debate.

By John Lillpop - Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story

Is Pakistan’s Nuclear Arsenal Really “Secure” ?

Those who fret about the presence of nuclear weapons in the violent and unstable nation of Pakistan need not concern themselves. According to the U.S. government, Pakistan’s nuclear weapons arsenal is secure despite political turmoil after the assassination.

By John Lillpop - Monday, December 31, 2007 - Full Story