Archive for June, 2008

So Wrong, So Often, For So Long…

Thomas Sowell wrote an excellent piece the other day. It’s definitely something to think about. If anyone suggested that Tiger Woods should try to be more like other golfers, people would question the sanity of whoever made that suggestion. Why should Tiger Woods try to be more like Phil Mickelson? If Tiger turned around and […]

Some people needs killin’

Filed under Politics

Some people are going to laugh at me, but I am going to confess, anyway. I watch Star Trek: Voyager here in Japan. I’ve never been a Trekkie, but I did enjoy the original series when I was a kid. There’s not a terribly big selection of American shows here in Japan, so I watch […]

Japan trading freedom for safety and getting neither?

Filed under Japan, Politics

I usually agree with Joseph Farah, but I think he needs to take a deep breath and honestly assess the gun control situation in Japan. Here’s an excerpt: A 25-year-old Tokyo man, describing himself as “tired of living,” yesterday killed seven and injured 12 more people…Japan has among the very strictest gun control laws in […]

Another thing that bothers me

If Obama loses to McCain in the fall, the mainstream media is going to be saying we “were not ready for a black president.” They’ll say this despite the fact that the population is pretty much split 50/50 Republican and Democrat.