People referred to as “undocumented workers”, which is lib-speak for “illegal aliens”, are wildly upset at a bill passed by the U.S. House in December, sponsored by Republican Wisconsin Rep. James Sensenbrenner The bill calls for tough border security and enforcement measures and would make it a federal crime, instead of a civil offense, for undocumented workers […]

This evening I ran across an A.P. article about trial attorney John Edwards. The former VP candidate and Senator held something called an “anti-poverty conference”. The story is entitled “Edwards’ poverty conference sees middle class slipping“. As soon as the middle class not only slips, but falls, they’ll be handed Edwards’ business card. Of interest was reading […]

Since the dawn of man, we have been filled with a motivation to move forward. We’re wondrous creatures in our adaptability and ingenuity. We’ve created fire, tools, the wheel, medicine, machines, space travel, automatic garage door openers, and Hip-Hop. Okay, seven out of eight ain’t bad. Over all those thousands of years we’ve been pushing […]

Up until recently, I was beginning to think that Charlie Sheen wasn’t the son of Martin Sheen. The first clue was that he had the same last name, and what child of Martin Sheen has the last name “Sheen”? Not many. The second clue was that Charlie seemed to have confined his exploits to prostitutes and […]

Almost four months ago, four people described as “Christian peace activists” were taken hostage while in Iraq by a group calling itself the “Swords of Righteousness Brigade” (much to their chagrin, “Legion of Doom” was already taken). Not long ago, Tom Fox, one of those hostages, was found dead. Last week, I wrote a column […]

Quiz question for today: How is it that California, specifically the L.A. area, and New York, specifically the Manhattan area, home to some of the most environmentally conscious liberals on the planet– land where smoking is banned at all places indoors, and even outdoors in some towns, people drive kumquat powered hybrid cars (California), use public transportation en […]

This took a lot of de Gaulle! Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin, trying to get a grip on unemployment in France, enacted labor market reforms which basically included eliminating tenure, or a “guaranteed” job, for just the first two years of employment. This caused over a million younger people to take to the streets (that and […]

This took a lot of de Gaulle! Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin, trying to get a grip on unemployment in France, enacted labor market reforms which basically included eliminating tenure, or a “guaranteed” job, for just the first two years of employment. This caused over a million younger people to take to the streets (that and […]

Couple of quick notes this morning. An earlier blog post regarding actor/comedian Richard Belzer’s comments on the U.S. military being unintelligent unemployable dopes is now a column in The American Spectator today. If you missed the post in question, check out the column at the Spectator. Here’s an email from Ron R. concerning the Belzer column: I […]

Couple of quick notes this morning. An earlier blog post regarding actor/comedian Richard Belzer’s comments on the U.S. military being unintelligent unemployable dopes is now a column in The American Spectator today. If you missed the post in question, check out the column at the Spectator. Here’s an email from Ron R. concerning the Belzer column: I […]

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