Archives for: June 2007

Positive References to Marriage and the Family as Defined in the Bible Could result in Termination. June 29, 2007

by Will

In October 2002, Christian women working for the Oakland City government created the Good News Employee Association, which they described as ?a forum for people of Faith to express their views ... with respect for the Natural Family, marriage and fami… more »

There Truly are Two Americas. June 28, 2007

by Will

Los Angeles City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo persuaded a judge to give Paris Hilton 45 days in jail for driving with a suspended license. At the time Delgadillo's wife Michelle was wanted on a 1998 arrest warrant for driving without insurance on a susp… more »

The Iranian President is a Maniac, but That Phrase Was not Uttered by Him: June 27, 2007

by Will

On June 20 the House of Representatives passed a resolution demanding that the UN Security Council charge Iranian President Maumoud Ahmadinejad with incitement to genocide, and that the Council consider unspecified ?measures? to ?prevent Iran from… more »

We See the Genuine Perversity of the System that Rules Us. June 26, 2007

by Will

Ed and Elaine Brown of Plainfield, New Hampshire, are involved in a potentially fatal stand-off. Having refused to pay income taxes, the Browns have been ordered to report to prison. The couple lives in a large and self-sufficient home. They insist… more »

Somewhere in Hell, the Despot Napoleon is Nodding in Approval. June 25th, 2007

by Will

When Napoleon was made emperor of France he crowned himself, rather than having the Pope perform that ritual. In Bonaparte's eyes none was great enough to confer such power upon him. Evidence has recently emerged that both President Bush and Vice Pr… more »

The system we inherited from our Founders was not nationalist. June 22, 2007

by Will

Former Utah Congressman Merrill Cook observes that the debate over immigration reform is divided between globalists and nationalists. One side, dominated by the political and corporate elite, seeks mobility of cheap labor across borders. The other s… more »

Where laws needlessly proliferate, liberty is doomed. June 21, 2007

by Will

During the debate over ratifying the US Constitution, James Madison ? known as the ?Father of the Constitution? -- explained: ?The powers delegated by the ... Constitution to the federal government, are few and defined. Those which are to remain… more »

Transhumanists believe that ?human beings, as we exist now, aren't good enough June 20, 2007

by Will

Although it sounds like the stuff of science fiction, a British government panel has approved the creation of interspecies clones -- human-animal hybrids for use in medical experiments. The British panel insisted that these genetically engineered e… more »

Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership has begun a campaign to abolish the BATF June 19, 2007

by Will

Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership, a national civil liberties organization, has begun a campaign to abolish the Department of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. This is an eminently worthy undertaking. Even among the myriad unconstitution… more »

President Bush designated al-Marri an ?unlawful enemy combatant? June 18, 2007

by Will

The US Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia has ruled against the open-ended detention of Ali Sale Kahlah Al-Marri in military custody. Al-Marri must now either be charged in the criminal justice system or released. Al-Marri, a native of Qatar… more »

Men Who Hated Government. June 15, 2007

by Will

America is a uniquely blessed nation in many ways, prominent among which is this: Our government was created by wise and God-fearing men who hated government. How else can we explain the fact that the Declaration of Independence defines the conditio… more »

Three or More examples Consitutes a Pattern. June 14, 2007

by Will

In assessing abuses of power by government, I offer the following formula: Once may be an anomaly, twice a coincidence,but three or more examples of the same abuse constitute a pattern. Earlier this year, Police in Rochester, New Hampshire charged 4… more »

George Washington: "Put None but Americans on Guard Tonight". June 13, 2007

by Will

In the middle of the fourth century of the Christian era, the rulers of the Roman empire opened their borders to the Germanic tribes, and began to rely on German mercenaries to fill the ranks of the Roman Legion. Within fifty years, Rome was overrun.… more »

Unfolding Before Us is a Steady Descent Into a Garrison State. June 12, 2007

by Will

American Police Beat magazine recently examined the ominous trend toward militarization of law enforcement. The publication observed that police agencies across the nation ?are buying armored vehicles and `mobile command centers' like there's no t… more »

Criminal Means, Once Tolerated, are Soon Preferred. June 11, 2007

by Will

Writing about the French Revolution in 1790, British statesman Edmund Burke warned that criminal means, once tolerated, are soon preferred. Burke's warning applies to the so-called war on drugs, which has been used to institutionalize corrupt and cr… more »

The Unofficial Motto of the Homeland Security State: "Because We Want To" June 8, 2007

by Will

On March 10, Sergeant Mark England, a soldier scheduled for re-deployment to Iraq, was arrested at the Las Vegas airport during a return trip to his home in Orange County, California. Puzzled that he wasn't permitted to pass through a checkpoint with a… more »

Are Republican?s Content to settle on a Platform of Torture and Aggressive Nuclear Warfare? June 7, 2007

by Will

During the South Carolina Republican presidential debate, most of the ten aspiring nominees endorsed the use of torture against terrorist suspects. In the subsequent debate in New Hampshire, several of them spoke approvingly of the use of nuclear weapon… more »

The Jury Box Becomes an Increasingly Important Battlefield. June 6, 2007

by Will

For decades, John Tarkowski has been jousting with the Environmental Protection Agency. The 81-year-old resident of Wauconda Township in Illinois clings to the quaint notion that the Constitution protects his right to develop his property as he sees fi… more »

?The whole aim of Practical Politics is to Keep the Populace Alarmed....? June 05, 2007

by Will

H.L. Mencken, one of America's greatest political pundits, observed that ?The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed....? The much-publicized terrorist plot to blow up fuel storage tanks at JFK Airport illustrates Mencken… more »

This Year's Most Repulsive Public Utterance? June 4, 2007

by Will

It's only June, but we may have already witnessed this year's most repulsive public utterance. In an interview with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, that state's Republican Party Chairman, Dennis Milligan, suggested that the death of thousands of inno… more »

An illustration of the patent phoniness of the so-called immigration debate. June 1, 2007

by Will

There are many sound reasons for opposing the so-called immigration reform bill working its way through Congress. The most important is this: The measure would require all employers to register with the federal government and to collect detailed financi… more »