July, 2010

Obama Shoves 80-Year Old Mongrel Under the Bus!

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Poor Charley Rangel.

At age 80 and after 40 years of “Service” in the U.S. House, the gentleman from Harlem has been thrown under the bus by America’s first combined African-American president and mongrel.

By John Lillpop - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

The People Versus the Government

These are truly extraordinary times. With every passing day, we are witnessing what can only be called the People versus the Government. The distrust and disdain Americans of all political persuasions feel toward the White House and Congress is extraordinary.

A June Gallup Poll revealed that just 12% of Americans expressed confidence in Congress, “the lowest of the 16 institutions tested this year, and the worst Gallup has measured for any institution in the 35-year history of the question.” A recent Rasmussen Reports survey found that 68% believe the nation’s Political Class doesn’t “care what most Americans think.”

By Alan Caruba - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

Electric Cars are Not Green

Electric cars are nifty, quiet and trendy, and don’t add hot gases to city air, but a forced conversion will neither save energy nor reduce the production of carbon dioxide.

By Viv Forbes - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

Amnesty: The Obama Who Would Be King

Most of us were obviously under the mistaken impression that as a representative republic, we send congresspersons and senators to Washington, D.C. to craft legislation the president either signs into law or vetos. We believed the president couldn’t just do whatever he wanted.

By Bob Parks - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

The hardest life: surviving Cuban jail

By Fabiola Santiago, Miami Herald

MADRID—Boiled plantain-flavored water as soup. A greasy scoop of bland, yellowing beef fat as a side dish. A stew dubbed ``the giraffe’’ because ``you had to stretch your neck to find something in it.’’ A hairy heap of ground pig eyes, cheek, ears, and other unidentifiable parts served as a main course.

 

By News on the Net - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

What Say Ye NOW About Charles Rangel, Madam Speaker?

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Pity poor, old Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

While campaigning for take over of the U.S. House by Democrats in 2006, she had such high hopes for elevating the quality of politicians serving in The People’s House.

If only the American people would install a Democrat majority, she argued, corruption, greed, fraud, lying, and mean-spirited neglect would be replaced by Angels of Liberalism, souls so spiritually pure that wrong would never again be countenanced in the House.

By John Lillpop - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

Congress of Children

Obama and the Democrats are still running the country, but they’re swiftly passing the point of no return with the public. They still wield power, but without public support, their power comes without any legitimacy attached. The media has been ignoring that sticking point for a while, but no matter what the Jornolist folks thought, the media doesn’t actually control elections.

By Daniel Greenfield - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

Portland Maine’s munchiest morning bun

Drive down Blackstrap Road into Portland. Find yourself on Munjoy Hill, then drive to India Street near the synagogue on the right. At light, turn left and drive to Commercial Street in the city’s Old Port.

By Grant Swank - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

6 new credit scams to watch out for

Mark Riddix, Investopedia.com, Forbes

In today’s high tech digital age, you have to very careful about protecting your financial information. Criminals will go as far as taking legitimate financial services and turning them into corrupt money making scams. One of the best ways to protect your finances is by being aware of the latest financial schemes being perpetrated by con artists. Here are six new credit scams to be on the lookout for.

By News on the Net - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

Constitution Day Is Coming!

Constitution Day is September 17.  It it a great time to celebrate this wonderful document that created the United States of America. Today is the day to begin planning your events.

By Henry Lamb - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

Beware the MPs who are cozy with the NCCC!

Recently the National Congress of Chinese Canadians (NCCC) expressed their anxiety about CSIS Fadden’s warning of foreign influence in Canada. I can’t really blame the NCCC for getting nervous about that. After all, isn’t the NCCC just another front organization for Beijing?

By News on the Net - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

Leftist “Historian” Howard Zinn Lied About Red Ties

The prominent “progressive” historian Howard Zinn, whose books are force-fed to young people on many college campuses, was not only a member of the Moscow-controlled and Soviet-funded Communist Party USA (CPUSA) but lied about it, according to an FBI file released on Friday.

By Cliff Kincaid - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

Patriot Alert: America Occupied by 38 Million Illegal Aliens!

Upon learning that 12 twelve million illegal aliens have invaded our nation and are still occupying American soil, most Americans become alarmed and angry. What will the People think and do when they learn that the problem may actually be more than three times greater than the government admits?

By John Lillpop - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

Russia today: Victm or spy nation

Should Russia be considered a victim of Soviet-era totalitarianism - or is the present Russian elite working to advance a neo-communist revival? A highly influential academic, Edward Lozansky, thinks so and is working for Russian victimhood while ignoring the Communist revival in that nations.

By Toby Westerman - Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Full Story

In Memory of Akbar Mohammadi, Student Leader, Pro-Democracy Activist and a True National Hero

imageFour years ago today, Akbar Mohammadi, a well known student leader died under very suspicious circumstances in the notorious Evin Prison. Mr. Mohammadi had been arrested during the July 9th 1999 pro-democracy student demonstrations that shook Iran and struck fear in the heart of the Islamic Regime.

Mr. Mohammadi was charged with being one of leaders of the July 9th student uprising and was originally sentenced to death, however under international pressure his sentence was reduced to 15 years.

By Sayeh Hassan - Friday, July 30, 2010 - Full Story

See no evil

It’s springtime for Jew-haters.

This week Oscar winning conspiracy theorist Oliver Stone joined Helen Thomas and Mel Gibson in the swelling ranks of out-of-the-closet celebrity Jew-haters. In an interview with The Sunday Times, Stone said that Adolf Hitler had been given a bum rap and that through “Jewish domination of the media,” the Jews have inflated the importance of the Holocaust and wrecked US foreign policy.

By Caroline Glick - Friday, July 30, 2010 - Full Story