Monthly Archives: December 2010

Who really won on “Million Dollar Money Drop”?

To win or not to win is that at question here? In the film, How to Rob a Bank, 2 of the 10 reasons why not to rob the bank are listed as “stuff happens.” Okay what happens if you … Continue reading

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“Illegal” and the politically correct

The sooner liberals realize that illegal means, well, illegal, the whole amnesty situation would be easier to address. Unfortunately, liberals aren’t planning to make that realization anytime soon. The Diversity Committee of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) is looking … Continue reading

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Why does legislation fail? (Confusion and chaos?)

As we stated yesterday and the day before – although off to a good start, the work of Republicans has only begun. Draining the swamp of corruption that engulfs Washington will be difficult, uncomfortable work. But those House members — … Continue reading

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Continuation of confusion

Understanding that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has a job to do is the very first issue that Obama should recognize and support. In the event that he doesn’t honor DHS’s agenda the chaos and confusion will only fall … Continue reading

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America wants Accountability, Clarity, and Details

President Obama, who came out in full support of the DREAM Act in the 11th hour, wasted no time speaking out against the bill’s defeat. As ColorLines’ Julianne Hing reports, the president called the Senate’s failure to pass the measure … Continue reading

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Justice, Accommodation, or taking Advantage..?

Addressing a San Francisco-based organization (Muslim Advocates) that urges members NOT to cooperate in federal terrorism investigations, Attorney General Eric Holder said he is “grateful” to have it as a partner in promoting tolerance, ensuring public safety, and protecting civil rights. … Continue reading

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Trying to Understand America, part 4

Back when it was Senator Obama, he favored a “crackdown on employers” who hired illegal immigrants, and as a candidate called for “much tougher enforcement standards” for companies that employed illegal workers. The he became the President… The move sets … Continue reading

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Cal State Fresno student body president

He’s the Cal State Fresno student body president — and an illegal immigrant Let’s all go out and celebrate! Campus officials say Pedro Ramirez, who came to the U.S. from Mexico at age 3, has not violated any school rules, … Continue reading

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Understanding how America evolved, part 3

Oh yes, there is just one more little-itty-bitty issue we need to look at prior to getting back to establishing a government. The majority of people for the most part did not trust the colonial government and did not hesitate … Continue reading

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Understanding America, part 2

Part two begins with looking at who and why the original thirteen colonies were settled. In addition we need to examine just how going from a Monarchical form of government shifted and eased into a representative democracy. Therefore, looking at … Continue reading

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