A rugged land, claimed by few, home of Red Man hopes, where possum grapes and berries grew upon her rolling slopes. In winter time, her mistletoe, was sought to bring romance. Its branches hung where lovers go, yet often seems by chance. Soft summer nights brought a parade of lights across her skies, as countless … Continue reading Oklahoma
Iraq is shaping up to be the crucial election issue, so when Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi came to Washington last week to thank America for liberating Iraq, the hardened liberal press corps reacted predictably. Their message to America: don’t let Bush’s puppet perk you up.
Gratitude? We don’t want America to hear too much of that.
Liberation? The very idea that this quagmire reflects a “liberation” sounds like a sick joke.
There is no light at the end of this tunnel, the media declareth.
Spiro Agnew’s old tag “nattering nabobs of negativism” defines this press corps with pinpoint precision.
Without evil there is no good. Good and evil, though man-made concepts, cannot exist outside of their dualistic nature. It`s like ugly and pretty. Fat and skinny. Tall and short. If some unseen God were to wipe out “evil”, no one would have any gauge as to what`s “good.”
Better was a poor and wise youth than an old and foolish king who no longer knew how to take advice. For he went from prison to the throne, though in his own kingdom he had been born poor. I saw all the living who move about under the sun, along with that youth who … Continue reading King Lear
For a long time, I`ve wanted to prepare a detailed summary of the evidence of the many National Guard veterans who have come forward to verify George Bush`s service. Most of the evidence is in the extended entry. This item is cross-posted from I Love Jet Noise.
Another National Guard veteran who served with George Bush has stepped forward to vouch for the President, leading me once again to ask: why are the lamestream media unable (or perhaps unwilling?) to find these people? Could it be bias?
Day after day the media repeat the same two or three lame accusations, supported by the same two or three tired, old accusers. But voters only get one side of the story: the side the Kerry campaign wants you to hear.
What ever happened to balanced reporting? Exculpatory evidence?
There`s plenty. Let`s look at the accusations — and the evidence you haven`t seen:
One of the consequences of the Electoral College system used by the United States in presidential elections is that no fringe party or independent candidate with limited appeal has a realistic chance of gaining the White House.
Because each state is allocated a number of electoral votes based on its population, and a successful candidate must win enough states to accumulate a majority of the electoral votes, a presidential aspirant cannot prevail simply by accumulating a large number of votes in one particular region of the country or by receiving a plurality of the popular vote in a crowded field.
An update from Genevieve Faith`s mother on her current condition: Throughout the night Genevieve began to get better. She is doing “amazingly well” this morning. That is what the nurse told me the doctor said about her this morning. She has come down on her oxygen requirements to 47% from 100%!!! This is huge. This … Continue reading Baby Genevieve