The year is nearly over – time to review what’s happened in 2010 while we look forward to a superb 2011. I’ve picked a few posts we’ve done each month this year…some were more enlightening, some were more argumentative, and some were just more entertaining. We took all of December off, but look forward to getting back at posting more in 2011. Thanks for visiting the site this year, and wish y’all a Happy, Blessed, and Prosperous New Year. (more…)
Archive for the ‘Radical Islam’ Category
Posted in Arizona, Immigration, Democrats, economy, Elections, Environment, Foreign Affairs, Health Care, Illegal immigration, Immigration, Liberal Elitism, Media, Obama, Politics, Race Relations, Radical Islam, Republicans, State of the Union, Terrorism, tagged Democrats, economy, Election, Health Care, Health Care Reform, Media Bias, Obama, President Obama, Racism, Republicans on December 29, 2010| 1 Comment »
Posted in economy, Education, Elections, Environment, eric holder, Interrogation, Military and Defense, national security, Obama, Politics, Radical Islam, stimulus, Terrorism, tagged Bailout, Barney Frank, Bill Clinton, Carl Paladino, Chiristine O Donnell, Christmas day diaper bomber, CIA, Dr. Berwick, Fannie Mae, Fort Hood Massacre, Freddie Mac, George W. Bush, Guantanamo, National Debt, Nidal Malik Hasan, rand paul, Scott Brown, Sharron Angle, Tea Party, Times Square Bomber, Umar Abdul Mutallab, unemployment, Wall Street, War on Terror on October 25, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Posted in carbon emissions, climate change, Copenhagen, Democrats, Elections, Environment, Foreign Affairs, global warming, Obama, Politics, Radical Islam, Republicans, Sarah Palin, tagged 2010 Elections, Andy Stern, Arafar, Bill Clinton, Bush, Bush Tax Cuts, Cap and Trade, Congress, Copenhagan, General McChrystal, George Bush, Globsl Warming, Israel, Midterm Elections, NASA, Netenyahu, Obama, President Bush, President Obama, Rolling Stone, Sarah Palin, SEIU, Tax Cuts, unions on October 20, 2010| 3 Comments »
Posted in eric holder, Foreign Affairs, Human Rights, moral values, national security, Obama, Politics, Radical Islam, Terrorism, tagged Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, Al Qaeda, eric holder, Guantanamo Bay, Jamal al-Badawi, Khalid Sheikh Muhammed, military tribunals, Obama, Politics, USS Cole on August 29, 2010| Leave a Comment »
The USS Cole was attacked in the Yemeni Port of Aden, on October 12, 2000. 17 sailors died and 39 more were injured in the suicide attack. Al Qaeda claimed responsibility for the attack and Jamal al-Badawi was detained just days later. His confession to recruiting the other bombers led to several arrests including Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri. Since then al-Badawi has escaped from Yemeni prisons twice along with others convicted for the Cole bombing. He last surrendered to Yemeni authorities as part of an agreement with al-Qaeda militants, although he was released in return for a pledge not to engage in any violent or al-Qaeda related activity. Ten years later none of the defendants convicted in Yemen of the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole remain in prison.
Posted in Democrats, Education, Foreign Affairs, Health Care, Obama, Radical Islam, Terrorism, Uncategorized, tagged Al Jazeera, Charles Bolden, Condoms, Exercise, France, Harvard, Massachusetts, NASA, NYTimes, Provincetown, Studies on July 8, 2010| 6 Comments »
The second installment of stories that’ll make you laugh, simply because it’s to painful to cry. I’d like to say that these stories are hard to come by, or that I have to painstakingly troll the internet for them, but alas they are abundant as Saw Movies these days. So without further ado, let the laughing, or crying begin. (more…)
Posted in Human Rights, hypocrisy, moral values, Race Relations, Radical Islam, tagged Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Black Hoes, Black Holes, Christians, Hallmark, Human Rights, Leon Jenkins, Maine Human Rights Commission, Muslims, NAACP, PBS, Tavis Smiley, the onion, Transgender, University of Maine on June 22, 2010| 2 Comments »
Recently I’ve been hearing this phrase a lot; the world is upside down. People are slowly catching on to the fact that things are un-like how they used to be. Political polarization mixed with outlandish irrationalities and head-shaking ignorance is becoming common place. But unfortunately many of these stories, which defy sound logic or objectivity, simply fall through the cracks of our 24/7 news cycle. In an attempt to document the patently outrageous, I have decided to start an ongoing series called, The United States of Absurdity. We will be documenting stories that we hope only represent the fringe of a fringe with sources and very short commentary. And as our upside down world slowly renders The Onion obsolete, at least they won’t be able to say that we’re all crazy. Let’s begin.
How bored are “Human Rights” groups in America? (more…)