Archive for March, 2007

Heading for war with Iran?

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Some other interesting comments from the article in Telegraph by Simon Heffer: I start to wonder whether it might not be time for us to get as nasty with other countries as they do with us… …We don’t have the means to engage in gunboat diplomacy with Iran, and any special forces operation would be […]

Great Global Warming Swindle

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“None of the major climate changes of the last thousand years can be explained by CO2…Climate variation in the past was clearly natural. So why do we think it’s any different today?” Click here or press the play button above to watch The Great Global Warming Swindle, a documentary by UK Channel 4.

Islamists posing as Americans

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Here’s an interesting story about Islamic websites encouraging users to register on American web forums and pose as Americans to foster anti-war sentiments in the US. “Obviously, you should post your contribution … as an American … You should correspond with visitors to this forum, [bringing to their attention] the frustrating situation of their troops […]

More on Fred Thompson for President

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Bobby Eberle of GOPUSA says we need Fred Thompson in the race. He also quotes politcal analyst Keith Thompson who says that Fred Thompson “…has a solid conservative voting record on issues of life, on issues of international security and national defense, the terrorism issue, the war. … I don’t know of an issue that […]

Israel Affirms Hard Line on Palestinians

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The AP calls Israel’s position that it will not deal with parties refusing to recognize its right to exist, or seeking its destruction a “hard line.” Jay Nordlinger from National Review put it nicely when he said, “And what might a soft line be? National suicide?” When blacks were fighting for the right to be […]

Collective suicide is no foreign policy

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The more I listen to Fred Thompson, the more I like him. …when Saddam Hussein was being given a last chance to open Iraq to U.N. weapons inspectors, posters appeared around America asking “What would Gandhi do?” And that’s a pretty good question. At what point is it okay to fight dictators like Saddam or […]

Americanize America’s Immigrants

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As you may have noticed by my website, I am bilingual. I didn’t have the privilege of growing up in a bilingual family, though. I acquired my second language (Japanese) through study. When I was in high school, I studied Spanish for two years. I even got the Spanish award. I think everyone should learn […]

District gags 14-year-olds

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This is scary. Not only is the government telling us that they’re going to adopt the moral code of the left but they’re also saying that we’re going to be forced to comply and our children are going to be indoctrinated against us behind our backs–unless we can afford private schools. District gags 14-year-olds after […]

Run, Fred, run!

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I would have a very tough time voting for any of the people currently running. Giuliani and McCain are pretending to be conservative, but their actions speak louder than words. Romney seems a little risky. He claims to have changed his opinion on abortion, but he seems a little weak on moral issues. Fred Thompson […]

Voting for the lesser of two evils

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In the past I have advocated the “vote for the lesser of two evils” argument when it came to presidential elections. I don’t know if I really believed it, though, because I never really was faced with a Republican candidate I was not comfortable with voting for. It’s way too early in the game to […]