Sorry, but I am just a little angry right now. I feel I cannot stand by as the DNC, the far-left, and the so-called “antiwar” movement continue to threaten our efforts in Iraq. The recent controversy with John McCain and his comments about staying in Iraq for the “next 100 years” is ridiculous. To those … More Whatever it takes…
Almost four years ago, both President Bush and his opponent, Senator John Kerry, stood in front of a crowd declaring that the atrocities being committed in Sudan’s western Darfur province were indeed genocide. The international community decided that action needed to be taken. The phrase “never again” was invoked on numerous occasions. Advocacy groups took … More Empty promises
A new Gallup poll indicates that Americans are not as concerned about global warming as one might think. According to the poll, just over one third of Americans worry about it “considerably”…which, interestingly enough, is the same percentage as almost two decades ago.
From Fox News Election Center: Barack Obama declined to condemn Jimmy Carter Wednesday for Carter’s decision to meet with Hamas but said he supports diplomacy with Iran because it has recognized status internationally. In a meeting with Jewish community leaders in Philadelphia, the Democratic presidential candidate stopped short of condemning the meeting between the former … More The wrong message
This is a documentary I found on youtube about illegal immigration. The question we should all be asking ourselves is why these immigrants want to flee their homeland in the first place, not simply “how do we get rid of them” as many conservative commentators and right-wing activists tend to say. The immigrants in this … More The realities of immigration
From the Washington Post: Former president Jimmy Carter plans to meet next week in Damascus with Khaled Meshal, the head of the Palestinian militant group Hamas, in a direct rebuke of the Bush administration’s campaign to isolate it. The disclosure of Carter’s plans by the Arabic-language newspaper al-Hayat and subsequent confirmation by sources familiar with … More Even the best of intentions can have disasterous consequences
I found the video above on Youtube, and I thought it put things into perspective pretty well. 14 years ago, in April of 1994, the tragedy that would become the Rwandan Genocide was underway. In the end, it would become the most efficient killing spree in human history, with some 1,070,000 people killed by the … More 14 years ago…