Thursday, March 31, 2005

Bye Terri

Bye Terri, God Bless

On Appeasement and Diplomacy

Kim du Toit gives what I consider an excellent assessment of historical options when dealing with a rogue leader or nation.
"Study history, see which approaches worked, and which ones failed. Eg. when faced with a dictator, is it better to

appease and capitulate, like Chamberlain with Hitler, or

crush him like a bug, Wellington with Napoleon, or

set up a situation with free and fair elections to allow the people to depose the asswipe peaceably, like Reagan with the Sandinistas

I don't have a PhD in World History, but it seems as though the second and third options have the best chances for success, all things considered. The Iraqis of 2005 seem to agree with me, which further bolsters the argument.

I don't need to think of 'new ideas' all I need to do is look at the past.

When people are intent on using only 'new ideas', they end up using a whole lot of old, and bad ideas which have generally failed (eg. Jimmy Carter using the appeasement approach with NorKDic Kim Long Dong, or whatever he called himself). "

Kim nails this one. We do not have to come up with new options. There are hundreds of examples of what to do and not to do. Why do our field grade officers go to the War College? As I understand it they study a LOT of history. One of my favorite business books is the Art of War by Sun Tzu. His strategies for war apply to everday life (even though he lived centuries before Christ).

I think this "new idea" notion comes from the hubris which we have that we are "better educated", "more worldly", la di dah... Most of this hubris walks around in liberal suits (or birkenstocks). Thank God these "holier than thou" secular idiots are not in power. (holier than thou ... secular, cool eh?).

For people who, for the most part, have never held or fired a gun (other than that .22 in camp .. and then they dirtied their panties) these libtards always seem to have the answer to world conflict resolution, be it appeasement, pandering to insufferable dictators (see Jimmy Carter), giving Nobel Peace Prizes to terrorists (bye Yassir, have a good dirt nap), or generally caving to anyone who says "boo". When military force is pulled off our side of the table, our enemies will put it on their side. Study history and tell me that is not true.

Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Waging War on the Working Poor

STLtoday - News - Editorial / Commentary Good example of the biases of the St. Louis Post Dispatch. The story is how the "working poor" are going to be hit by proposed changes in the Medicaid payments.

Review this editorial, please..... If you do a search, the word "work" is used three times. "Working Poor", dentists "work" on their teeth, and the State Senator going to "work". I guess the "Working Poor" is kind of a subterfuge ... none of these folks recieving the benefits seem to be working.

BTW I've worked in the Missouri Delta, and seen the poverty. It is far from a good situation. But we need to give these people a leg up, not keep them in the poverty cycle where they are nothing but a parasitic attachment to society.

Monday, March 28, 2005

Former Defense Secretary Derides 'illegal' Nuclear Policies - from

Robert McNamara - from
Former defense secretary Robert McNamara said Wednesday the United States and global nuclear powers haven't adhered to nonproliferation treaties and have done little to reduce nuclear arsenals following the end of the Cold War.
Two questions.

One, why would anyone listen to this PIECE OF SH**?

Two, why is this PIECE OF SH** STILL ALIVE? If there was anyone who deserves to have the folly and death of Vietnam laid at his feet it is Robert McNamara. The fact that this SOB got a pass and was "appointed" to the World Bank before Johnson left office is disgusting. Burn in Hell Bob.

Sunday, March 27, 2005

The Decline of the Liberal Faith

The American Spectator By Tom Bethell Empahsis Mongo's

Like Communism, liberalism was put into practice. Better for the idealists if it had remained a dream. But as anyone who has lived within a mile of a government-housing project will know, real-life liberalism is a menacing thing -- anti-utopia. Neighborhoods menaced by young men without fathers, their mothers financed by the state, should by now have disillusioned even the most progressive minded. So should inner-city state schools, where parents play little or no role, and perhaps don't even know where the school is.
Once again, the road to hell is paved with good intentions. Liberalism is based upon the premise that people are inherently good, conservatism is based upon the reality of human motivations ... fear and greed.

Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Iraq Review -- After Two Years Emphasis Mongo's
"Operation Iraqi freedom, which began two years ago this month, is now starting to wind down. Iraq's first freely elected parliament in 50 years took their seats yesterday. Not only is this historic, but we've been told for months by the left that it would never happen.

First, it was the invasion...surely it would cost tens of thousands of American lives. It did not. Then it was the handover of power to an interim Iraqi government. That was unrealistic, decreed the Democrats. It should be delayed. We handed over power early, without incident.

Then there were the elections. We were told by the left and their America-hating counterparts at the U.N. that the elections should be delayed. Surely a vote was impossible while the insurgents were taking over! Not only did the elections get held, but there was record turnout and minimal violence. Even still, in the face of such an overwhelming success, the Bush administration got no credit for being right.

And so now here we are...the new parliament in Baghdad is in session. Yet another chapter in the stunning success of democracy in Iraq, even though you don't hear much about how well it's going. "

This is a good thumbnail analysis of what is going on in Iraq. If you sit and really consider what we have accomplished it is, for the most part, amazing. I believe in 2008 we will be laughing at the Socialist Mainstream Media, who are predicting a second term fall for the Bush Administration. They will be wrong again.

Maybe the SMSM doesn't really recognize that we don't have a President who dishonors his office by pulling out his willie in the Oval Office? No, they recognize it. It scares the pants off of them. Hey Socialists!! It's Over!! Don't worry, we'll keep you around for comic relief and bad examples.

Tuesday, March 22, 2005

Neal Boortz on the Minnesota School Shooting
"A high school student went on a shooting rampage on an Indian reservation in Minnesota yesterday, killing his grandparents and seven other people before taking the proverbial eternal celestial Indian burial mound nap. Good riddance...saves a fortune on legal costs, not to mention room and board for the rest of his life. You are immediately seeing the justification phase playing out in the mainstream media. After all, such a tragedy simply cannot be the work of one evil psychopath, who was reportedly grinning and waving as he mowed down teachers and students. Already, blame is being placed on:
Rampant poverty on Indian reservations. We all know being broke makes you kill people, right?

The guns themselves. His grandfather was a police officer, and his guns may have been used in the rampage. Of course, the guns marched up and down the hallways of the school and pulled their own triggers.

Columbine. Since we are being reminded that this is the worst school shooting since Columbine, obviously it inspired this event. The media will now spend days reminding us that the nation hasn't 'learned from Columbine,' whatever that means.

You will hear nothing about this kid's parents, or whether or not he was a troublemaker with discipline problems. Blame must be assigned elsewhere. Also, let's just see how long it takes for this shooting to be blamed on the Bush administration. That, my friends, is a certainty."
Mongo's feelings exactly. The press will go on and on about this "tragedy". I have no doubt that it was a thoroughly evil thing to happen, but it was caused by the POS kid. Not the gun, not Columbine, not anything other than this little sociopath who has graced our world by checking out of it. Darwin wins.

I'm sorry for the people effected by this event. If someone would have been carrying, maybe the little shit would have been dog food before he killed too many people. CCW laws SAVE LIVES. Or as Boortz said succinctly, "an armed society is a polite society

Rachel Carson Should have REMAINED Silent

Ronald Bailey in Reason 6/12/02

In 1943 Venezuela had 8,171,115 cases of malaria; by 1958, after the use of DDT, the number was down to 800. India, which had over 10 million cases of malaria in 1935, had 285,962 in 1969. In Italy the number of malaria cases dropped from 411,602 in 1945 to only 37 in 1968.
Okay, I don't like the way Mr. Bailey skewed the statistics with different base years and periods, but they are telling. DDT worked.

The scientific controversy over the effects of DDT on wildlife, especially birds, still vexes researchers. In the late 1960s, some researchers concluded that exposure to DDT caused eggshell thinning in some bird species, especially raptors such as eagles and peregrine falcons. Thinner shells meant fewer hatchlings and declining numbers. But researchers also found that other bird species, such as quail, pheasants, and chickens, were unaffected even by large doses DDT.
Okay, I was indoctinated with the "eagle egg" issue in High School and College. DDT BAD..HURTS EAGLES. What they didn't say was that DDT was the cheapest/most effective solution to malaria the world had seen. They didn't say by banning DDT millions of HUMANS WILL DIE from malaria.

Meanwhile, Carson’s disciples have managed to persuade many poor countries to stop using DDT against mosquitoes. The result has been an enormous increase in the number of people dying of malaria each year. Today malaria infects between 300 million and 500 million people annually, killing as many 2.7 million of them. Anti-DDT activists who tried to have the new U.N. treaty on persistent organic pollutants totally ban DDT have stepped back recently from their ideological campaign, conceding that poor countries should be able to use DDT to control malaria-carrying mosquitoes.
If DDT is sooo baaad why is it ok for poor countries? They can avoid malaria and then get cancer?? Which is worse??? Okay... maybe the Carsonites have figured out there is no additional cancer risk by the use of DDT, and also have started to smell the bodies which have been piled up at the feet of their prophet.

Monday, March 21, 2005

Freeze! I just had my nails done!

Ann Coulter with a good analysis of the Atlanta killings where PC assisted the assassin:
"But there are also advantages to not pretending women are as strong s men, such as fewer dead people. Even a female math professor at Harvard should be able to run the numbers on this one.
Of course, it's suspiciously difficult to find any hard data about the performance of female cops. Not as hard as finding the study showing New Jersey state troopers aren't racist, but still pretty hard to find."
Ann points out in the article that female officers are more likely to use deadly force than male officers. Why? Because they don't have the body strength or the size to either intimidate or physically restrain perpetrators. If you don't have some of the assets, you use what you have. Get ready to DUCK, John Q. Public!

Sunday, March 20, 2005

No Stopping Global Warming, Studies Predict

Okay, it's Sunday .. Mongo should take a break, but Mongo can't because of a JUNK SCIENCE ALERT from a story at Yahoo! News .

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Even if people stopped pumping out carbon dioxide and other pollutants tomorrow, global warming would still get worse, two teams of researchers reported on Thursday.
ALL RIGHTY THEN. Why continue to worry about it? We are all doomed, so lets party!

Sea levels will rise more than they have already risen, worsening the damage caused by extreme high tides and storm surges, and droughts, heat waves and storms will become more severe, the climate experts predicted.
Okay, so its going to be worse than we predicted already. How much have they risen already? Not too much if you look at the last panicky report on "global warming" I caught here about the island of Tuvalu which could, based upon junk science, sink in 975 years. Oh, the horror, oh the humanity, oh the ludicrous BS.

That makes immediate action to slow global warming even more vital, the teams at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Colorado report in the journal Science.

"Even if we stabilize greenhouse gas concentrations, the climate will continue to warm, and there will be proportionately even more sea level rise," said the NCAR's Gerald Meehl, who led one of the two studies.

"The longer we wait, the more climate change we are committed to in the future."
Chicken Little (with federal subsidy money). Take our money and shut the f... up! Either that or, even better, get a REAL job somewhere and contribute to society.

Virtually no one disagrees human activity is fueling global warming, and a global treaty signed in Kyoto, Japan, aims to reduce polluting emissions. But the world's biggest polluter, the United States, has withdrawn from the 1997 treaty, saying its provisions would hurt the U.S. economy.
Ahem... There are a LOT of people who disagree with the first statement, and a lot of people in the U.S. don't give a flying about Kyoto, because it is based upon JUNK SCIENCE and is being used as a tool to 1. make the U.S. the bad guy and 2. try to cripple our economy.

Meehl's team ran two computer simulations of climate change -- complex programs, he said, that took months to run on supercomputers.

Those models included as many variables as the researchers could think of, such as human carbon emissions, other pollution, current temperatures and their rate of change, emissions from volcanoes, changes in solar radiation and shifts in the ozone layer.

"Then we ran for the 21st century three different scenarios," Meehl said in a telephone interview.

One scenario assumed human production of carbon dioxide and other so-called greenhouse gases stabilized in 2000 and ran the model to the year 2100.

"We found that just based on the ingredients that have already been put into the atmosphere in the 20th century, we already are committed to another half a degree (0.5 degree C or 0.9 degree F) of global warming," Meehl said.

"That's about what we saw in the 20th century. We are already committed to as much climate change in the 21st century as we saw in the 20th century."
Emphasis Mongo's. Lemmeesee. The "researchers" ran as many "variables" as they could through the supercomputer. Do you think with all those variables that the supercomputer might have spit out at least one scenario which was positive towards climactic change? You betcha. If it did however, I will bet a dollar to $100 that that conclusion was destroyed or eliminated. Give me the answer that fits my worldview, supercomputer.

Also, Man (yeah Feminazis.. Man) has studied the weather for the extent of time. Mother Nature always fools us. We can build a supercomputer the size of Cleveland and still not get it right.

That would mean more extreme weather and a rise in sea levels, not even accounting for melting ice, Meehl said. Experts say sea levels have risen 4 inches already over the past century and could rise between 4 and 40 inches More in the next century.
Toodleloo, Tuvalu. Hey wait a second. If we are "already committed to as much climate change in the 21st century as we saw in the 20th century" why a 1000% increase in sea level? Also, how have these wingnuts "proven" the 4 inch increase?

If completely melted, the Greenland ice sheet would add 25 feet to overall sea level and the West Antarctic Ice Sheet would raise it by 16 feet -- enough to swamp most of Florida, Bangladesh and New York City's Manhattan island.
Yeah, and if "IF" was a Skiff we could all go boating... Are we saying Greenland is going to melt, here? No, we say IF. And we don't say when this would happen. Swamping Manhattan and the rest of the places mentioned will take more than 4 inches of water (in 100 years).

In a second study in Science, the NCAR's Tom Wigley said he used a much simpler climate model to make a similar prediction.

He found it may not be possible to reduce emissions enough to stop the sea from rising. Even if all emissions stopped now, he calculated, changes were under way that would lead to a rise in sea levels of 4 inches per century.
Don't you love these wingbats? The sky is falling, DDT is bad (but don't look behind the curtain to see the millions of brown people we have killed with malaria due to our junk science), and the world sucks. Go figure. You self hating, US hating, "scientists" and "ecologists" can take a hike. No One is Listening Anymore (I HOPE).

Friday, March 18, 2005

Mass Transit Hysteria

From P.J O'Rourke
The Heritage Foundation says, "There isn't a single light rail transit system in America in which fares paid by the passengers cover the cost of their own rides." Heritage cites the Minneapolis "Hiawatha" light rail line, soon to be completed with $107 million from the transportation bill. Heritage estimates that the total expense for each ride on the Hiawatha will be $19. Commuting to work will cost $8,550 a year. If the commuter is earning minimum wage, this leaves about $1,000 a year for food, shelter and clothing. Or, if the city picks up the tab, it could have leased a BMW X-5 SUV for the commuter at about the same price.

And, of course, the city will pick up this expense. Where is the advantage to light rail? In St. Louis the first light rail line connected the City to the thriving metropolitan area of East St. Louis, which has a much deserved national reputation. One amendment to East St. Louis' reputation, however. In a discussion with an Illinois State policeman several years ago, he told me that they had "pulled out" of ESTL. When I asked him why, he commented that "there is nothing left to steal".

Okay, so St. Louis got the Soul Train. It connects low income areas to the downtown area. Oh Boy! The only decent stops are at St. Louis University, Washington University, and the ball parks. How much for that convenience...

Oh yeah, you can park in a lot so you can grab the Soul Train to the ballpark. Hopefully, your car will still be there when you return. It is a joke and a waste of taxpayer dollars on both sides of the river. Oh, by the way, the Metro finally decided to connect from the City to the County seat, Clayton. That light rail spur has wasted more millions... and still isn't complete.

Thursday, March 17, 2005

PC Kills Again

More on the Brian Nichols case from Nicholas Stix of who has written an extremely strong article about PC and the "race" issue which is starting to surround this butchering rapist's case in Atlanta.
"we can lay four corpses and several brutalized though living victims at the feet of incompetence that was the product of feminism and racism. For had the district attorney’s and sheriff’s office shown any professionalism, as opposed to being guided by feminist and racist practices, Brian Nichols would never have been in the Fulton County Superior Court last Friday."

Nicholas gives a good account of how the "n" word is used by black racists as an excuse for violence or a smoke screen to cover their racist actions against whites.

Anyway, happy St. Patrick's day to my lovely coleen and the rest of you micks.

Wednesday, March 16, 2005

Nichols' brother: 'We're here for him' - - : "'Honestly, anybody in my family will probably think that I would have been the one in that situation,' Mark Nichols told CNN's Larry King Tuesday. 'Never in a million years would they have expected it would have been my brother.'"

Gee, Mark, if that's the truth, maybe we should execute you too...

45-Caliber Justice: 2nd. Amendment.

45-Caliber Justice: 2nd. Ammendment.
F. If guns cause crime, then pencils cause misspelled words.

G. Free men do not ask permission to bear arms.

H. If you don’t know your rights, you don’t have any.

A selection of statements from the pitbullsyndicate. Good list.

Tuesday, March 15, 2005

TP TAX -- Leave it to the Democraps

My Way News: "

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Florida's Legislature is flush with good ideas. Sen. Al Lawson's involves a 2 cent-per-roll tax on toilet paper to pay for wastewater treatment and help small towns upgrade their sewer systems.
The Democratic lawmaker's pay-as-you-go bill has been the source of many jokes - bathroom humor you might say - but he says the issue is a serious one, especially in some of the fast-growing Panhandle coastal counties in his district.
'They're experiencing a tremendous boom in growth and they're not able to accommodate the growth,' Lawson said. 'We've got 17 million people in this state and all of them can contribute to protecting our underground water supply.'
In a Republican-dominated Legislature that doesn't like new taxes, the idea is likely to pretty quickly end up in the tank.
Senate President Tom Lee, R-Brandon, said he didn't think it would get too far, but didn't rule it out.
'We'll be getting to the bottom of it real soon,' Lee said.
The House is skeptical as well.
'We're not wild about tax increases,' said House Speaker Allan Bense, R-Panama City. 'But we'll certainly let it go through the system.'
If it were to pass, the extra two pennies would start being charged in October. Lawson said it could generate $50 million a year.
It would also need approval from Gov. Jeb Bush. He said that if toilet paper is taxed, people might use less of it.'That's not necessarily a good thing,' noted the governor.And what about consumers? Wouldn't they be squeezed by a tax on the Charmin?
No, says Lawson.
'Two cents is not going to hurt families at all,' he said. 'This is one thing people don't mind paying for.' "

Monday, March 14, 2005

Guantanamo Terrorist Killed in Pakistan

The Gateway Pundit has another shocking and surprising story. We released one of the "abused" (ask the ACLU) Gitmo prisoners, who turned into a terrorist once he got home. Go figure. Well, the POS is dead now. Good transition.

Maybe if we work out a deal we can let these scum out of the plane in Pakistan or Afganistan so they can be shot. Maybe just let them out at 6,000 feet, hmm....

Friday, March 11, 2005

So, What's with Al Jazeera?

Great story in Gateway Pundit comparing Al Jezeera with the New York Times.

In 1932/33 you could compare Walter Duranty of the New York Times to the lead reporter of Pravda. (Oh, I forgot ... he was the Communist mouthpiece...)

Thursday, March 10, 2005

Do You See The Light?

Bob Newman -
"Last week, former Clinton National Security Council member Nancy Soderberg admitted on the 'Daily Show,' hosted by Jon Stewart, that the Democratic Party wants the Bush administration's war on terror to fail:

'As a Democrat, you don't want anything nice to happen to the Republicans, and you don't want them to have progress . . . It's scary for Democrats, I have to say . . . Well, there's still Iran and North Korea, don't forget. There's still hope for the rest of us . . . there's always hope that this might not work.'

Emphasis Mongo's -- For reference ...


Section. 3.
Clause 1: Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.

Wednesday, March 09, 2005

Right is Might

Geoff Metcalf -
"The hottest places in Hell are reserved for those who, in time of moral crisis, maintain their neutrality." -Dante, 'The Inferno'
Planting the seeds of representative government and democracy in the Middle East, as a matter of POLICY, was viewed by critics as overreaching and too lofty a goal to suffer the realities of geopolitical diplomacy ..."

'N.Y. Press' Editor Quits in Wake of Pope Cover

'N.Y. Press' Editor Quits in Wake of Pope Cover:
"Published: March 07, 2005 2:30 PM ET

NEW YORK Jeff Koyen, editor of the alt-weekly New York Press, quit today after refusing to accept a two-week suspension in the aftermath of the paper's controversial "52 Funniest Things About the Upcoming Death of the Pope" cover story, Koyen said.

The article by Matt Taibbi had drawn heated denunciations from the likes of Sen. Chuck Schumer ('The most disgusting thing I've seen in 30 years of public life') and a spokesman for Mayor Michael Bloomberg ('As disgusting as this is, it's sadly par for the course for this publication')."
You know, I just don't know what to say about this worthless POS editor Mr. Koyen and the worthless POS writer Matt Taibbi. I really can't see them publishing this condesceding, worthless crap in a Red State, however. They could try, but their hospitalization better be paid up. Probably long term care, too.

And no, I haven't read the article. And no, I'm not Catholic and upset about the article from that point of view. There is a point in human events where just being DECENT to one another is important. I try to be decent each day. I don't have to like people. I don't have to take long walks in the moonlight with people. I just have to show them the same respect I expect them to show me. If I don't get it, they will know about it, and if I don't give it, I expect to be told.

Schumer and Bloomberg go through the motions and are "shocked ... shocked", but no real solutions have been offered. Just political pandering to keep their constituents in line, and away from the torches and pitchforks. Love your liberalism NY! Keep it. Swallow it. Take it in your orifices. You suck.

Another Result of the Illinois "Judicial Hellhole"s

STLtoday - Neighborhoods - News:
"A sickly economy?:Study's early results show area's health care crisis may be slowing growth" ... "For the future, the problems in the health care industry could have a significantly negative effect on the area's economy, Navin said. The health care field is booming across the country, with 10 of the 20 fastest-growing career fields being in health care. But if the current trends continue, that growth will not be felt in Madison or St. Clair counties."

Well let me see. Isn't there a sign of progress in these two counties? Oh, yes, they are building a brand new courthouse in one of the counties to provide comfort to the legal leeches who are draining jobs. Hopefully, tort reform will put an end to this and return meaningful healthcare jobs to the counties.

Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Dispelling the 2% Shipping Container Myth

Men's News Daily Columnist Jim Kouri has a SHOCKING story. Apparently the Customs Department is using CONTAINER PROFILING to control our ports. Call the ACLU ... please.

Looks like some common sense to me. It is called triage. The worst first, the most suspicious first, not targeting 78 year old Irish grandmothers for search at airports as that Idiot Leftard Leftover FROM THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION, Norman Mineta did. Why GW keeps this dude on is beyond me.

Monday, March 07, 2005

Rather Departing This Week on Rather Low Note

Cliff Kincaid: "
Putting it more bluntly, the liberal media know they can undermine the war effort by emphasizing the human cost, without emphasizing the just cause for which they died. The long-term benefits to the U.S. and the world from freedom and democracy in the Middle East do not get highlighted. The prospect of the U.S. suffering more dead and wounded civilians from terrorist attacks if we do not win militarily in Iraq is an issue that doesn't register in the coverage of the war. Our soldiers understand it, even if our media do not. "

Supreme Court Backs 3-Oxen Dowries

More fun from iowahawk
"In a surprise finding, the Court ruled itself unconstitional; but, citing the tradition of international courts ignoring US court rulings, said that this ruling itself was unconstitutional."

Satire is wonderful, and this quote hits very close to the truth.

Friday, March 04, 2005

Gateway Pundit: MSM Positioning Hillary

Here she comes.... Keep watching Hillary. She will be more right wing than Strom Thurmond, until January 20th of the year after she is elected. Then look for Joe Stalin.

Another Hit by the Supremes

A lot has been written in the press regarding the Supreme Court deciding a case on a 17 year old who committed a case of premeditated murder, and whom, the Court decided, should not be executed. A small bit of research will convince you of the perps guilt as well as the appropriateness of the death penalty in this case. I believe that a more important issue is at hand.

The American Spectator by George Neumayr:
"The Supreme Court's judicial activists are cutting off the branch on which they sit. By rejecting the law and putting their personal opinions in its place, the justices invite the people to imitate them and disregard their decrees with the same willfulness they disregard the Constitution. If Anthony Kennedy isn't bound by the framers' words, why are the people bound by his?"
Emphasis Mongo's.

Justice Kennedy cited "international" law, etc. in his decision. O'Connor did the same thing about a year ago. Another who has a good take on this is Tony Blankley in The Washington Times
"After Justice Kennedy used five pages of his logically incoherent majority opinion to cite a hodge podge of foreign laws, he limply and defensively concluded his opinion: 'It does not lessen our fidelity to the Constitution or our pride in its origins to acknowledge that the express affirmation of certain fundamental rights by other nations and people simply underscores the centrality of those same rights within our own heritage of freedom.' When a Supreme Court justice feels it necessary to write as the closing words of his opinion that he still holds fidelity to the Constitution, it is more than reasonable to assume he knows he has just betrayed that sacred document. But at least he has vouchsafed his popularity at liberal cocktail parties for another year. "

The Republicans have ONE duty to the nation. Stop the UNELECTED JUDGES from making law from the bench. Appoint Judges who are strict constructionists. The constitution is not a "living document" that the socialists can use to add their elitist, unpopular (and most importantly, unelectable), agenda.

Thursday, March 03, 2005

'Poster Mom' for Gun Control Arrested on Gun Charges

Wow, a "million mom" leader inthis story is busted for an illegal (ie. serial number filed off) gun and drugs. I'm Shocked, Shocked.

"If Stevens is so convinced guns don't belong in society, then why didn't she immediately turn that gun over to the police when she found it more than two years ago?" asked CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb.

You go Alan.

Guys go to here to see the Handgun Control, Inc. Credo. It's 12 pages long, but well worth it. An example:

Here at HCI, we believe . . .

That guns are the real cause of crime, but we will blame and jail the owner of said gun for the crime, even if the owner wasn't the person involved.

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Suspect Said to Admit Plan to Kill Bush

Yahoo! News: (Emphasis Mongo's)
"Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, 23, admitted 'multiple times' that he joined al-Qaida while studying overseas in Saudi Arabia and discussed plans with the terrorist network to assassinate President Bush, FBI agent Barry Cole said.

The agent also said the suspect talked about plans for a Sept. 11-type attack in which 'hijackers would board planes in Great Britain and Australia ... so they did not have to have U.S. visas.'

'Once into U.S. territories they would fly into designated targets,' he said.
Abu Ali also discussed killing U.S. congressmen, soldiers and blowing up naval ships in American ports, Cole said. He said Abu Ali's confessions are corroborated by the admissions of an al-Qaida cell leader in Saudi Arabia who surrendered to authorities.

Abu Ali, a U.S. citizen who grew up in Falls Church, is charged with conspiring with al-Qaida to kill the president in a plan that prosecutors said was hatched while he studied in Saudi Arabia in 2002 and 2003.

Cole said that the al-Qaida leaders gave Abu Ali two options: He could either become part of a martyr operation or he could establish a cell in the United States and he would 'marry a Christian woman, assimilate into the community and he would be provided operatives.' "

Okay, this terrorist POS is 23 and studied in Saudi Arabia in 2002/2003, where he received his al-Qaida marching orders. SEE THE SIGNIFICANCE? While our troops are slogging in Afganistan this POS is getting instructions in Saudi. Our allies... My ass.

Here is an idea. Let the Muslim world know if the United States is hit again, we will NUKE Mecca.

UPDATE -- Okay, maybe I was a little wrong, or a lot. Apparently the Saudis picked up this dude and "tortured" him. OH MY! They got the info.

I still say we put the Mecca threat on the books.

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Anti American POS gets paid off, A great country or what?? (emphasis Mongo's)

Ward Churchill, the University of Colorado professor who is now guilty of everything from lying about being an American Indian to comparing the 9/11 victims to Nazis to plagiarizing artwork, is about to get a big payday. You see, the University of Colorado wants to get rid of him. He's a big embarrassment, and having him there is going to start affecting enrollment, which is the bread and butter of any institution.

Churchill has threatened to sue if he gets fired, and university officials don't want a long, drawn-out lawsuit. So naturally it would appear they are about to pay him off. They are kicking around the idea of an for early retirement package Mr. Churchill. How much are we talking about? Take a look at the comments of his lawyer, David Lane: 'If they offer $10 million, I would think about it. If they offer him $10, I wouldn't,' Lane said.

So now an anti-American, lying, hardcore leftist college professor is going to be paid big bucks to do nothing except go away. You do realize that universities receive large amounts of federal funding, don't you? That means millions of your taxpayer dollars are about to go to pay off this nutcase.

Is this a great country, or what?"

Lets wake up the acadummia. This guy Churchill has reportedly misrepresented (lied) his ethnic background (and got the "chair" of the UCB ethnic studies department). Churchill reportedly lied about his academic creditials, and reportedly lied about his artwork.

If he was employed in private industry he would have been gone long ago. You can't lie and stay employed long. But in the hallowed halls of academia, at least in Colorado, it is a badge of honor. This dude has reportedly advocated the overthrow of the government. Put his ass in prison for a while.