Sunday, September 19, 2004


The Dallas Protest Warriors have been having a lot of fun as "The Halliburton Defence Force", showing up what mental cripples the Leftist protesters are.

There is a review here of a Leftist historian who calls genocidal violence "the dark side of democracy". I guess Hitler and Pol Pot must have been great democrats! Elitist Leftists sure hate democracy!

Good to see a bit of official honesty about what an oppressive place Saudi Arabia is. Looks like Powell has been overruled. Dick McDonald has some good comments on the matter too.

Is Kerry moving left? "To the astonishment and dismay of Democratic politicians, John Kerry over the last weekend appeared to have forgotten his opponent for president. He did not seem to realize that he was running against George W. Bush, not Howard Dean. That was an understandable conclusion to be drawn from the Democratic nominee's course over four days."

Bad Deal: Review of Reconsidering Roosevelt on Race by Kevin J. McMahon and FDR's Folly by Jim Powell: "Two recent books, one generally liberal and the other libertarian, offer interesting and divergent viewpoints on what Roosevelt and his New Deal did, and did not do, to improve life for American blacks."

The biggest issue? "Family Research Council President Tony Perkins said voters should not forget the importance of the possibility of several U.S. Supreme Court justices retiring over the next four years as they vote for president in November. Calling it the 'unspoken importance of the 2004 elections,' Perkins wrote in an e-mail to supporters on Tuesday that people should not forget that the next president of the United States will make a lasting impact on the judicial rulings made by the high court. Perkins said he is surprised the potential vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court has not been an issue in the 2004 presidential election between President George W. Bush and Democratic presidential nominee John F. Kerry as it was in the 2000 contest."

Soviet USA? Mandatory mental health screening?: "On Sept. 9, the 'Ron Paul Amendment' was defeated in the House of Representatives by a vote of 95-315. The Amendment would have prevented the funds sought by an appropriations bill (HR 5006) from being used for the mandatory mental-health screening of Americans, including public schoolchildren. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, a practicing physician for more than 30 years, campaigned against the new program on the grounds that it negates parental rights and would encourage the over-medication of children."

The not so Supreme Court: "Yes, Marbury established the Supreme Court as the Constitution's final arbiter, in much the same way as a pretender to the throne establishes himself as king by cramming the crown on his cranium and declaring, 'I'm king!' As long as the other pretenders -- or branches of government -- stand around and shuffle their feet and mutter, 'Uh, well, okay then' he's king. In other words, the Supreme Court declared itself supreme."

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Anti-Americanism is in epidemic proportions in France and Germany but most people don't realize that it is in epidemic proportions in South Korea too. And what do those three countries have in common? They were liberated by America. And what is probably the most pro-American country in the world? Poland. They liberated themselves. Ego defeats rationality all the time.

The conflict between conservatives and Leftists is not usually a conflict between realists and idealists. Mostly it is a conflict between realists and big egos who will say anything to win applause

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