February, 2010

Has Toyota Been A Victim Of Sabotage?

Sabotage surely seems like a possibility in Toyota’s unexpected acceleration problem. It would be hard to deny that there is plenty of motive for such a dastardly deed that has been blamed for 34 deaths.

By JR Dieckmann - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

Progressive Liberalism’s Obscene Obsession with Sex: Its’ Sinister Purposes

In an article titled, “Survey Asks Students When They Lost Virginity,” writer Bob Unruh reported, “A team of lawyers who advocate for parental rights is working with parents whose children attend Ventura High School in Southern California to raise a formal objection after teachers had students fill out a survey on sex with questions such as “Are you sexually active” and “If not, why not?” ( wnd.com )

By Guest Column Linda Kimball- Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

The Internationalization of the fight against the Jihadists

Future Terrorism is expected to witness the expansion of various types of terror networks and forces existing today, including the social class warfare (Marxist) such as Maoism in Asia or neo Trotskyism in Latin America on the one hand.

By Dr. Walid Phares - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

U.S. temperatures: Adjusted or Massaged?

Churchville, VA—My neighbor, physicist Edward Long, is afraid our temperature records have been falsified to support the man-made global warming scare. Dr. Long recently chose two sets of U.S. meteorological stations from the master list offered by the National Climate Data Center. One data set was rural, one urban. Each had a site in each of the lower 48 states. From the 1890s to 2006, the urban set of measurements showed an increase of 0.72 degrees—but the rural set showed only 0.11 degrees of warming.

By Dennis Avery - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

Geert Wilders socks it to the socialist Islam appeasers

Dear People,

First, a general notice. If people from the PvdA (Socialists) are present tonight: here is a message for you. At the end of the speech, I will hand out the speech in Arabic so that you can understand what I have said.[1]

By Guest Column - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

Promises Made, Promises Broken

imageEvery political candidate, regardless of the race, regardless of the office, offers up promises of integrity, fidelity, transparency and accessibility. Those who manage to hang on to their promises are rare. Even more so, because when the political world discovers they actually took their oaths and promises seriously, their brethren join hands with the opposition to destroy them. Our representatives have worked overtime to not only develop a culture of corruption but to perfect it.

By Bob Beers - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

Don’t attack Jews

On December 18, 2009, Aluf Benn and Amos Harel, writing in Haaretz, offered one of the most important insights into Israeli policy regarding the Iranian nuclear threat.

By Moshe Dann - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

These clowns are unbelievable

Washington (AFP) – President Barack Obama has the votes in the House of Representatives to force his flagship reform of US healthcare through without Republican support, House speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday.

By Aaron Cantor - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

A Problem with KIA Sedona

These past weeks much is being said about Toyota’s quality control engine and brake problems.  I have a 2006 KIA Sedona (van).  My wife takes care of some elderly, so we got a van with electric sliding back doors.  We bought the van new.

By News on the Net - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

Good Job Girls!!

What a magic moment for the team to sit on the ice where they won a Gold Medal, announced the best in the world, and share, in private, away from the public, a last gathering with a few drinks. It was a wonderful time to let loose all the pressure and tension.

By News on the Net - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

Obama Believed He’d Reign Like Julius Caesar, But Will He End as Nero?

imageLike a troop of soap opera actors convinced they are perennially on the verge of real stardom, modern leftists seem persuaded liberalism lacks only an unblocked opportunity to show the world it is an unrivaled theory of sheer genius. Yet conservatives argue it has been the very lack of a chance to fully implement pure liberalism – until now – that gave liberals their cover, helping obscure certain, unmitigated failure behind a vain mirage of gold-foil triumph.

By Kelly OConnell - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

SEIU Prez Andy Stern Appointed to Federal Deficit Commission?

imagePresident Obama has today appointed Service Employees International Union (SEIU) President Andy Stern to the federal deficit-reduction commission. And I say, why not? After all union thugs like Stern are one of the root causes of federal deficits so he should know all about them.

Unfortunately, though, Stern only knows how to make deficits worse and knows precisely nothing about cutting them.

By Warner Todd Huston - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

Jewish History Never Ends

We all know the famous Fukuyama quote, “Those who cannot remember the past, are condemned to repeat it.” But why is it that we are so forgetful that we cannot remember the past, and thus must keep repeating it, over and over again?

By Daniel Greenfield - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

Five Unthinkable Options (Part 3 of 5)

This week it is time to consider unthinkable option number three with regards to the federal budget.  Previously we have discussed unthinkable option number one, do nothing and keep spending more than we bring in, and unthinkable option number two, raise taxes to make up the differences between revenues and expenditures.

By J.J. Jackson - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

On February 28, 1990 – I left a Communist prison

David DastychIn Barczewo Prison was kept the war criminal, Gauleiter of Ostpreußen - Erich Koch. He died in prison in 1986.

With him the communists kept there the Solidarity and anti-communist leaders: Adam Michnik, Władysław Frasyniuk and Leszek Moczulski in the early 1980s.

[and David M. Dastych and Professor Jozef Szaniawski, Col. R.Kuklinski’s friend and biographer, in the late 1980s.]

Warsaw-Poland-February 28: It is twenty years already since I left a Communist prison in Barczewo [nicknamed “Barczewo-Hilton”] on Wednesday morning, the last day of February1990.

By David M. Dastych - Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story

Democrats running the GOP: Roger Claar

Relentlessly undermining the conservative movement in this state at every turn are a small handful of bought-and-paid-for liberal impostors at the very top of the GOP who openly work for the other side. These are the people who just illegally sabotaged conservative reformers across the state with an outrageous last-minute assault on the party election process (as I noted here).

By Guest Column Robert Moon- Sunday, February 28, 2010 - Full Story