July, 2011

The Fifth Column Sabotage Against The USA and Our Critical Infrastructure

The Development and Execution of Joint Operations (both Civilian and Military) to respond to dynamic threats against the United States has now reached a point of criticality. Over the course of the last several years, some Americans are gradually waking up to the fact that our “essence of being” as a nation and as individuals is under a constant state of attack and this attack has been implemented methodically and slowly over time by enemies who despise our way of life. What is occurring to the great country is so heinous that it patronizes each one of us, who we are, our heritage and what we stand for as a nation.

During World War II, America, The Sleeping Giant, as quoted by the Japanese Admiral Yamamoto, woke up; and The Greatest Generation as noted by Tom Brokaw, stood up and went off to fight “The Total Collective Effort of Evil” in their time.

By Paul E. Vallely and Tom Marin (Chairman Stand Up America)- Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

Obama’s “Leadership” Style is Classic Liberalism: No Vision + Utter Incompetence = Total Failure

Things are so bad now in America that we have to ask—Could Barack even pull-off being Mayor of McDonald-Land? Barack’s critics have been proven essentially correct in their initial analysis, that he had no leadership experience nor any apparent bent towards such. But consider to the degree in which his lack of leadership has been factually established in every scenario so far. Therefore we can say that not only did Barack bring no leadership skills into his presidency, but he has developed none after 2 years of experience. How pathetic! Therefore, Obama is a continuous threat to bring America down by the very next emergency or disaster he encounters.

By Kelly OConnell - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

Oslo and Profanity for Profane Times

“Under certain circumstances, urgent circumstances, desperate circumstances, profanity provides a relief denied even to prayer.”—Mark Twain (1835-1910)

“If you can’t say f—k, you can’t say, ‘f—k the government.’”—Lenny Bruce (1925-1966)

“I’ve been accused of vulgarity. I say that’s bulls—t.”
—Mel Brooks

Before getting into the meat of this article I would like to briefly discuss the recent acts of terrorism in Oslo, Norway. No sane person, and certainly no Christian worthy of the name, could possibly condone such horrific activity. Link

By Jim ONeill - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

Online Seattle PostGlobe Newspaper Folds

After two years the grand experiment of trying to produce a non-profit online newspaper in Seattle has come to a screeching halt with the demise of the Seattle PostGlobe.

By Don Irvine - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

Israel’s “social justice” protesters and and apologies for everyone!

This week on The Tribal Update, the weekly television on internet program produced by Latma, the Hebrew-language media satire website I run, we bring you a wide array of subjects to chew on and laugh about.

First and foremost, we bring you a new musical perspective on the “social justice” protesters demanding the destruction of capitalism in Israel and Bibi’s head on a platter.

By Caroline Glick - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

Scandals in the Classroom

A national scandal hit the news when Georgia Governor Nathan Deal released a 413-page report describing how hundreds of Atlanta public school teachers and principals had been cheating during the past ten years on standardized tests in order to falsely report that their schools were doing a good job and the kids were improving. A total of 178 teachers and principals (38 were principals), 82 of whom have already confessed, had fraudulently raised test scores so their schools would meet test targets set by the district and thereby qualify for federal funds.

By Phyllis Schlafly - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

Congress pushing McConnell Obama-as-Dictator plan behind the scenes?

It’s as if all of our elected representatives in the House and Senate have either lost their collectivist minds or are being paid—under the table—more than We-the-People would have ever dreamt.  Senator McConnell—as Senators John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Lugar etc.—has long acted and voted as a totalitarian ruler.

By Sher Zieve - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

What’s really killing carbon capture and storage?

Carbon capture and storage could ensure abundant electricity from coal, while cutting the CO2 emissions “responsible for climate change.” Yet, barely two years after “a sense of determination and common cause” inspired the Obama Energy Department to launch CCS projects, industry is “pulling the plug.”

By Paul Driessen - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

A Balanced Budget Amendment is No Panacea

As this is being written, early Sunday evening, the House has passed Speaker Boehner’s legislation, rejected on arrival in the Senate, and the Senate has rejected Majority Leader Harry Reid’s!

By Alan Caruba - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

The futility of trying to train a pig

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is an intelligent, insightful man.  An example of that came recently when he was asked why he won’t hire clerks who have substantive philosophical disagreements with him:  “It’s like trying to train a pig.  It wastes your time, and it aggravates the pig.”

By Michael Bates - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

Unprecedented Obama

For two-and-a-half years, the neo-fascist Democrats, led by the corrupt Harry Reid (D-NV) and the looney and corrupt Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), willfully refused to submit a budget, in spite of holding a large majority in Congress, and the presidency. The government has thus been forced to operate on continuing resolutions, allowing the fascists to play brinksmanship games, over and over. And each time, they and their Ministry of Propaganda, aka, the “mainstream” media, pour out a torrent of hysterical lies about how the Republicans (meaning “conservatives,” though God knows few Republicans are nowadays) are out to brutally kill old people, torture autistic children, starve the working poor, cut off medical care for the seriously ill, and any other far-fetched, hateful, rabble-rousing charge they can dream up.

By Michael Oberndorf, RPA - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

“Racists” and “Fascists” and Miscreants

In America, one is called “racist” at the drop of the hat. This epithet is no longer limited to people who discriminate based on race but is used against people who voice any disagreement with leftist PC. If you are against multiculturalism, you are called a racist. If you are against illegal aliens you are a racist. If you are for limiting Muslim immigration, you are a racist.  If you want to ban sharia law, you are a racist.  If you reject a mosque at Ground Zero, you are a racist, and so on.  It is immaterial whether you have good reason for your beliefs.  The reason for such name calling is to inhibit you from expressing a contrary opinion.  Unfortunately it works.

By Ted Belman - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

Obama and Fat Cats work on fundraising for 2012

While vilifying and name-calling Wall Street executives as greedy Fat Cats who prey on the American people, President Barack Obama is garnering more Wall Street street money than all of the GOP presidential candidates put together.

The Oslo Maniac, Guilt by Association and Chinese Food

The incomprehensible and shocking mass murder of scores of Norwegian young people following the detonation and destruction of an important government building in the center of Oslo by a lone maniac defies any analysis or comparison in real world terms. It is so grotesque that it simply cannot be put in any box. The lone killer was possessed with a lunatic logic that directed his wrath against his own people and neighbors as well as the country’s national leaders whom he believed had enabled turning Norway, once the most homogeneous nation in Europe (after Iceland), into a problematic and strife torn multicultural society.

By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

Lynching Herman Cain

Herman Cain is being lynched for taking a stand. And the people doing it are Republicans and self-proclaimed conservatives. Commentators who complain about the “race card” are eagerly laying down the “bigot card” because Cain did what few candidates are ready to do. He clearly spelled out the problem with Islamic involvement in American public life.

If as some insist, Cain’s campaign was brought down by his statements about Islam—then Republicans have accepted the Dhimmi Principle that the viability of a candidate depends on taking a moderate position on Islam. A moderate position being skeptical, but not particularly confrontational. A position that easily leads back to that old “Handful of Extremists” saw.

By Daniel Greenfield - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

The “Fix” is Out of Focus

What prompted the Republican win in the last national election?  What was it that drove tens of thousands of individuals to become the “Tea Party”?  What message were we looking for in a self-professed, conservative candidate?

Commercial Drivers License’s for tractor riding Hobbit farmers?

While the media was keeping us occupied with 24/7 coverage of “Wienergate”, the Dictator in Chief signed Executive Order 13575 establishing the White House Rural Council. Remember Rahm’s battlecry, ” never let a crisis go to waste”.  For those still not familiar with Agenda 21, this comes straight from the U.N. playbook.

By Paula Helton - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

Poles apart

The debt ceiling tug of war is unlikely to be satisfactorily resolved. The reason is that Republicans and Democrats have divergent views of the private economy, and that difference will always prevent compromise.

Both parties understand that the private economy is the source of all wealth. Republicans take this position openly; Democrats will never admit it in public. Democrats justify massive government spending by calling it “stimulus,” “job creation,” or “investment,” but they know that all the money government spends comes from the private sector. The government does not create wealth–it can only consume it.

By Lance Thompson - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story

Unleashing Americans

“I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them.” —Thomas Jefferson

My father was a certified public accountant, as is my older brother. I not only lacked any arithmetical skills, I spent much of my early years ignoring the ups and downs of the economy, thinking that these matters were beyond my comprehension. What I failed to understand was that the economy was as much a creature of meddling politicians as economic theories.

By Alan Caruba - Sunday, July 31, 2011 - Full Story