Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Happy Thanksgiving!

While ivory tower morons like this are busy demonizing the early colonists, it should be noted that things weren't all peace & love & let's all sing prior to the 'European invasion'. Quite to the contrary, Native American tribes were busy killing each other off with inter-tribal warfare and torture long before 'the white man' arrived on the scene. Forcing their captives to each their own flesh as it was cut from their bodies, skinning alive, burning alive and being staked to the ground so that forest critters could eat you alive are just a few examples of the unique and creative agonies they customarily visited upon each other. Revenge killing was common, slavery was widespread and inter-tribal warfare was perpetual. And yet our delusional, arrogant and deceptive friends on the left would have you believe that the trouble all started when white people arrived. I would venture to say that the European arrival in North America helped bring all these barbaric practices to an end. Lord knows how many Native American lives were saved by the arrival of our forefathers. That's just one more reason to have a Happy Thanksgiving!!!!

(hat tip: Michelle Malkin)

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

There Are Gun Statistics...

... and there are gun statistics as reported by NPR. I guess nobody at NPR ever heard the old Yiddish proverb about a half-truth being a whole lie.

Friday, November 18, 2005

Questions Muslims Need To Answer

Here are the five questions non-Muslims would like answered...

And while CAIR is busy compiling the answers to those questions, perhaps the New York Times, Washington Post, Reuters, AP, ABC, CBS and NBC can explain why they failed to report about twelve Christian churches burned, desecrated and/or looted by Muslims during the past two weeks worth of rioting in France?

Thursday, November 10, 2005

I'm Done

OK, the Arctic Drilling cave-in was the last straw for me. I hereby resign from the Republican Party and declare myself a member of the Constitution Party. I can no longer support an organization doesn't take what's right for the country seriously.

What Have We Learned?

The NJ election is providing ample fodder for MSM theory mill - which generally touts the results as both Democrat mandates and the beginning of the end of Republican Congressional control. It may very well signal the end of Republican majorities, but it is certainly not a Democrat mandate. To understand what it all means, all one needs to do is look at voter turn-out. Not only did independents stay home, but Republicans didn't even turn out for Forester. Why not? Because he was an unremarkable one-trick-pony who was incapable of energizing the base and he refused to articulate on issues that are important to that base. Unlike NJ Republicans, NJ Democrats vote party over principal every time and this is a winning combination when Republicans field weak candidates (Forester) or deny party support to strong ones (Schundler). No, the NJ (and Virginia) elections weren't Democrat mandates: they were Republican mandates. Signals to the party that if they don't get it together on the issues (War On Terror, immigration, spending, tax reform, etc.) and go on the offensive against militant socialist Democrats in Congress, they can expect big looses in '06 and '08. I'm not optimistic...