Why Does Sarkozy Trust Chavez?

In order to have success in politics one must have some ability to gauge the public mood.  Exhibit A: French President Nicolas Sarkozy.  France is well known for its strikes.  It is not unusual for the entire country to shut down on a whim from its unions.  This has made French politicians both on the Left and the Right reluctant to address the Fifth Republic’s bloated welfare state.  It was only a matter of time before the unions would test the resolve of Sarkozy.

By Guest Column Aaron Goldstein- Sunday, November 25, 2007

Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb announcing the martyrdom of Shaykh Abu Yahya

Shaykh Abu Yahya(Editor’s Note: On this Grey Cup Sunday comes word that al Qaeda heavy Shaykh Abu Yahya (Algiers) is now in paradise.  Thanks to intelligence agent, codename Archangel, al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb has announced the “martyrdom” of the terrorist seen many, many times as the man known as “Sahab” in al Qaeda-sanctioned film footage.  The document, in actual Arabic, has been translated into English).

By Guest Column Courtesy of Archangel- Sunday, November 25, 2007

A Revolutionary Way To Prevent Cold Sores

Do you want to avoid that ugly cold sore (herpes labialis) before it even starts? Few people who feel that dreaded tingle and know an attack is imminent would pass up that chance. Now, a new therapy called “InterceptCS” employs a revolutionary technique, “Thermal Defense Technology”, that prevents cold sore outbreaks.

By Dr. Gifford Jones - Sunday, November 25, 2007

‘Not In My Womb’ New Cry of Environmental Extremists 

Goreism is a newly discovered disease that impairs one’s judgment, dulls the senses, and replaces rational thought with leftist pap. Known in old school medicine as liberalism, Goreism is actually far more potent and aggressive than the garden-variety version of leftist insanity.

By John Lillpop - Sunday, November 25, 2007

Can the Tortoise Conquer the Hare Again?

Mayor Giuliani left the gate early, sprinting towards the finish line off in a distance. Thompson waited, plotted and planned, leaving the gate last, well behind all others in the race, seeming completely unconcerned with the dashing hare, as he methodically set one foot firmly ahead of the other.

By JB Williams - Sunday, November 25, 2007

The Wrong Kind of Room Service

The rise of the internet and the massive expansion of telecommunications networks have allowed individuals access to goods, services, and one another on an unprecedented level.

By Nathan Tabor - Sunday, November 25, 2007

Uncovering America by Horseback

Bill Inman, #Not since Roy Rogers and “Trigger” have a cowboy and his loyal horse loomed so largely on the American landscape.

But Roy and the beloved Trigger are long gone, although their legend lives on at the Roy Rogers/Dale Evans Museum, which Roy Rogers Jr. who manages it says draws some 200,000 visitors each year. 

  After Trigger died at age 33, his hide was stretched over a plastic likeness and put on display. And as the official Roy Rogers/Dale Evans website points out, “Trigger is mounted and not stuffed”.

By Judi McLeod - Sunday, November 25, 2007

Tom Brokaw’s Glass House

The newspaper industry got a cold dose of impending reality from former NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw, in comments he made at a promotion of his recent book.  Concerning the Washington Post, he said, “It’ll be probably digital 10 years from now.”  Digital as in paperless. Why would he say that?

By Lee Cary - Sunday, November 25, 2007

AP: Santa Cruz Sheriff Says Illegals Aren’t ‘Criminals’?

The AP has used the somewhat heartwarming tale of an illegal alien who found an American boy and his mother suffering from a car accident in the Arizona desert and stayed with them until help arrived as an excuse to plead that illegals aren’t “criminals” and should somehow be given a break.

By Warner Todd Huston - Saturday, November 24, 2007

Multiculturalism Exposes the US to Terrorism

The people of the United States, for all practical purposes, like to believe we are fair-minded. We believe that everyone should get a fair shot. Most of us believe that if you work hard you should get ahead. Many of us have even embraced the ever advancing multiculturalism counter-culture, which is completely antithetical to the concept of E Pluribus Unum; “Out of many, one.” With regard to the latter, vindication has come to those of us who believe we are fair-minded while being opposed to the “Balkanization” the United States.

By Frank Salvato - Saturday, November 24, 2007

Newspapers Are Guardians of Truth, so say ‘Journalists’

Last Sunday, from the pen of editorial page editor of the Seattle Times James Vesely, we got a pretty good indication of why the new media of the Internet is so swiftly taking over the traditional role of the old, dead tree media. One word describes it: arrogance. It is an arrogance of the assumed supremacy of the old media and the air of entitlement that it holds dear.

By Warner Todd Huston - Friday, November 23, 2007

More Hazardous: Driving While Black, Or Policing While White?

U.S. Rep. Danny Davis (D-Ill.) was recently pulled over and ticketed for a traffic violation in Chicago by two white police officers who said he had swerved over a center line before making a left turn. Davis received a $75 ticket and a date in traffic court, although he denies doing anything wrong.

By John Lillpop - Friday, November 23, 2007

Does President Bush Seek UN Jurisdiction Over the USA

In several speeches he gave across the country, former US Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton revealed that President George W. Bush and his administration are buckling under pressure from this nation’s Internationalists in the current controversy over Mexico and the International Court of Justice.

By Jim Kouri - Friday, November 23, 2007

Benazir Bhutto can identify jihadist carry bomb-strapped child?

Given the unbridled ambitions of Benazir Bhutto to reclaim power in Pakistan, do investigators in Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party have any credibility in their statement that the bomb intended to kill their leader was strapped to a one-year-old child?

By Judi McLeod - Friday, November 23, 2007

The next big MSM storyline

Mark your calendars. The next big MSM storyline on the Democratic candidates surfaced this week and awaits embellishment in the days leading up to the Iowa Caucasus.  Barak Obama, the Dragon Slayer, is the front-runner in Iowa.

By Lee Cary - Thursday, November 22, 2007