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Housing officials 'cancel' Christmas

Federally funded facilities tell residents not to sing carols or decorate.

Residents in Florida and Pennsylvania have been told they may not sing Christmas Carols. Also, Christmas decorations have been barred from lobbies.

Human life vs. the Earth

John Stossel gets it right once again with this excellent column.



The Busybodies Keep Running for Office

They want to come into our homes and businesses and tell us how to live our lives.

Michael Jackson Summoned for Jury Duty

In an idiosyncratic turn of events, Michael Jackson has received a summons for jury duty only months after his acquittal.

 It is unlikely that he will serve as he has young children at home. Plus, he has his own kids to take care of.

Larry Bird Inspires Man to Request Longer Prison Term

OKLAHOMA CITY (Oct. 20) - A man got a prison term longer than prosecutors and defense attorneys had agreed to - all because of Celtics great Larry Bird.

The lawyers reached a plea agreement Tuesday for a 30-year term for a man accused of shooting with an intent to kill and robbery. But Eric James Torpy wanted his prison term to match Bird's jersey number 33.

"He said if he was going to go down, he was going to go down in Larry Bird's jersey," Oklahoma County District Judge Ray Elliott said Wednesday. "We accommodated his request and he was just as happy as he could be.

"I've never seen anything like this in 26 years in the courthouse. But, I know the DA is happy about it."


The taxpayers of the United States, this means you, have surrendered $500,000 to paint a giant Alaskan King Salmon on the body of an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737. This was part of a $20 million grant of taxpayer's money to a marketing board in Alaska to promote Alaskan fish. Alaska Republican Senator Ted Stephens requested the money. It is interesting to note, however, that Ted Stephen's son is the chairman of the board of the marketing board that received the money and spent it on this fish painting.

Senator Ted Stephens has effectively told American taxpayers that he believes that it was crucial for the federal government to confiscate their $500,000 and squander it painting a fish on a commercial airplane than it was for them to use it for medical expenses, education, to pay bills, or merely to enjoy a family vacation. This is absolutely unconscionable and should be punishable as a crime. Keep in mind that House Majority Leader Tom Delay said that there is absolutely no fat in the federal budget.

How many other comparable expenditures are we financially supporting that we are unaware of?


Professor Mike Adams presents a few recommendations in self-defense and firearms.


Shale deposits in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming are estimated to contain 1.5 trillion to 1.8 trillion barrels of oil, and while not all of it can be recovered, half that amount is nearly triple the proven oil reserves of Saudi Arabia. Why aren't we recovering this oil. Ask you local environmental extremist.,1299,DRMN_4_4096676,00.html


Burger King is to withdraw thousands of ice-cream cones because the design on the packaging resembles the Arab word for Allah.


A group of Jewish parents in Georgia acquired a location for a new private Jewish high school. Two years ago they purchased a site for $20 million for the new Weber School. Over the past weekend they held a groundbreaking celebration. However, something was wrong. A few weeks ago a correspondence was received from the Fulton County school system. The government desires to obtain this site for an elementary school. Either sell it or the county will seize it through eminent domain. Now, which facility would better serve the community, a private Jewish high school with commitment to excellence, or another government school with the predictability of mediocrity?


While people were trying to get rescued from rooftops in New Orleans, US Congressman William Jefferson, D-La., utilized National Guard troops to check on his property and rescue his personal possessions.

Picketers for Hire

Union hires people to picket Wal-Mart with the complaint of low wages and unaffordable heath insurance. The non-union picketers are paid $6/hour and receive no benefits.


Booing is now prohibited at high school sporting events in Montana. If the opposing team scores or you disagree with a referee’s call, you must only shout happy remarks and not negative cheers.

More zero tolerance equals zero thought in our government school systems.

Thai Artist Bakes Edible 'Body Parts'



Dr. Terry Bennett told a fat woman that she was obese and needed to lose some weight. Now she claims that she was offended by the statement and has filed a complaint with state officials in Hew Hampshire. The penalties for this action could range from a reprimand to a revocation of all rights to practice in the state.


This past Wednesday, forty-four members of our esteemed United States Congress flew from Washington, DC to Cape Canaveral, FL to view the scrubbed shuttle launch. You, the taxpayer, paid for this outing. The bargain price tag was $73,000 for two Boeing 737s and one Gulfstream. If you divide that between ten tax-paying families, each family would have retained $7,300, which could have been used for health insurance, medical bills, home expenses, college, or even a vacation. However, it was deemed to be more imperative to squander that money to transport politicians to Cape Canaveral for a shuttle launch. Not to accomplish anything remotely productive, only to ogle.


German therapist suggests stripping naked and shouting at trees. There is only one problem with this "therapy." You may get arrested.


As if the government doesn't encroach into our lives enough, elected officials in Pennsylvania wish to control our dog's lives as well. Apparently, political leaders have too much time on their hands.


Recently we had the Kelo vs. New London, Connecticut judgment in which the Supreme Court decided it was acceptable for the government to pilfer your property. This decision was supported by Justice David Souter.

Less than a week later the CEO of a pro-liberty organization decided he would like to construct a hotel. This hotel will be at 34 Cilley Hill Road in Weare, New Hampshire. He faxed the documentation to the town to initiate the procedures. Surprisingly, United States Supreme Court Associate Justice David Hackett Souter lives at this address.

The group that wants to take Souter's house proposes to get investors together to build the hotel. Since the hotel will unquestionably generate more taxpayer dollars than Souter is paying, it therefore meets the criteria of the Supreme Court majority, which included Souter, in deciding that "public use" is equivalent to being in the economic interest of the public.

Will Souter appeal the attempt to seize his house under eminent domain? If he practices what he preaches, he should happily hand over his property to the local government for whatever price they decide is fair. After all, it's for the public good.

What goes around comes around! By the way, the proposed name for the new hotel is "The Lost Liberty Hotel".

Only in America!


The Mayor and city officials of Freeport, Texas have taken the opportunity offered to them by the Supreme Court. The ink wasn't even dry on the decision documents when the city leaders struck with vengeance. Freeport officials have ordered their city attorneys to prepare the documents necessary to confiscate three pieces of waterfront property owned by two seafood companies. One of the seafood companies is a shrimp processing plant that has been in its location for over 50 years. This company will have to cease business and close. The seafood company owners may be distressed but there is a huge smirk on the face of Dallas developer Hiram Walker Royall. He can now use the government to seize property from a private landowner, and then purchase that property from Freeport for a lesser amount than he would have had to pay the private owners. He will then proceed with his plan for a quaint privately owned marina.

All this, thanks to our Supreme Court.


It's official. Private property rights are now dead in the United States. The US Supreme Court has viciously attacked the Constitution and your right to own private property.

Here is the new scenario. You work hard, save your money and buy your home, which is your largest investment. A developer comes into your town and would like to purchase your property so they can build an office complex, store, shopping center or mall on your property. You tell them that you are not selling. They then approach your local government officials and "influence" them that it would be "lucrative" for the town leaders to support them in acquiring your property.

Based on today's decision of the Supreme Court, your local government officials now have the authority to use the force and power of government to evict you from your property and turn it over to this private developer.

Unfortunately, more people are interested in the "American Idol" than protecting and defending the Constitution and their property rights.,0,6283550.story?coll=orl-opinion-headlines

AFI List of Top 100 Quotes From U.S. Films

1. "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn," "Gone With the Wind," 1939.

2. "I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse," "The Godfather," 1972.

3. "You don't understand! I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I could've been somebody, instead of a bum, which is what I am," "On the Waterfront," 1954.

4. "Toto, I've got a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore," "The Wizard of Oz," 1939.

5. "Here's looking at you, kid," "Casablanca," 1942.

6. "Go ahead, make my day," "Sudden Impact," 1983.

7. "All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up," "Sunset Blvd.," 1950.

8. "May the Force be with you," "Star Wars," 1977.

9. "Fasten your seatbelts. It's going to be a bumpy night," "All About Eve," 1950.

10. "You talking to me?" "Taxi Driver," 1976.

11. "What we've got here is failure to communicate," "Cool Hand Luke," 1967.

12. "I love the smell of napalm in the morning," "Apocalypse Now," 1979.

13. "Love means never having to say you're sorry," "Love Story," 1970.

14. "The stuff that dreams are made of," "The Maltese Falcon," 1941.

15. "E.T. phone home," "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," 1982.

16. "They call me Mister Tibbs!", "In the Heat of the Night," 1967.

17. "Rosebud," "Citizen Kane," 1941.

18. "Made it, Ma! Top of the world!", "White Heat," 1949.

19. "I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!", "Network," 1976.

20. "Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship," "Casablanca," 1942.

21. "A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti," "The Silence of the Lambs," 1991.

22. "Bond. James Bond," "Dr. No," 1962.

23. "There's no place like home," "The Wizard of Oz," 1939.

24. "I am big! It's the pictures that got small," "Sunset Blvd.," 1950.

25. "Show me the money!", "Jerry Maguire," 1996.

26. "Why don't you come up sometime and see me?", "She Done Him Wrong," 1933.

27. "I'm walking here! I'm walking here!", "Midnight Cowboy," 1969.

28. "Play it, Sam. Play 'As Time Goes By,'" "Casablanca," 1942.

29. "You can't handle the truth!", "A Few Good Men," 1992.

30. "I want to be alone," "Grand Hotel," 1932.

31. "After all, tomorrow is another day!", "Gone With the Wind," 1939.

32. "Round up the usual suspects," "Casablanca," 1942.

33. "I'll have what she's having," "When Harry Met Sally...," 1989.

34. "You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and blow," "To Have and Have Not," 1944.

35. "You're gonna need a bigger boat," "Jaws," 1975.

36. "Badges? We ain't got no badges! We don't need no badges! I don't have to show you any stinking badges!", "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre," 1948.

37. "I'll be back," "The Terminator," 1984.

38. "Today, I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth," "The Pride of the Yankees," 1942.

39. "If you build it, he will come," "Field of Dreams," 1989.

40. "Mama always said life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get," "Forrest Gump," 1994.

41. "We rob banks," "Bonnie and Clyde," 1967.

42. "Plastics," "The Graduate," 1967.

43. "We'll always have Paris," "Casablanca," 1942.

44. "I see dead people," "The Sixth Sense," 1999.

45. "Stella! Hey, Stella!", "A Streetcar Named Desire," 1951.

46. "Oh, Jerry, don't let's ask for the moon. We have the stars," "Now, Voyager," 1942.

47. "Shane. Shane. Come back!", "Shane," 1953.

48. "Well, nobody's perfect," "Some Like It Hot," 1959.

49. "It's alive! It's alive!", "Frankenstein," 1931.

50. "Houston, we have a problem," "Apollo 13," 1995.

51. "You've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?", "Dirty Harry," 1971.

52. "You had me at `hello,'" "Jerry Maguire," 1996.

53. "One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in my pajamas, I don't know," "Animal Crackers," 1930.

54. "There's no crying in baseball!", "A League of Their Own," 1992.

55. "La-dee-da, la-dee-da," "Annie Hall," 1977.

56. "A boy's best friend is his mother," "Psycho," 1960.

57. "Greed, for lack of a better word, is good," "Wall Street," 1987.

58. "Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer," "The Godfather Part II," 1974.

59. "As God is my witness, I'll never be hungry again," "Gone With the Wind," 1939.

60. "Well, here's another nice mess you've gotten me into!", "Sons of the Desert," 1933.

61. "Say `hello' to my little friend!", "Scarface," 1983.

62. "What a dump," "Beyond the Forest," 1949.

63. "Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me. Aren't you?", "The Graduate," 1967.

64. "Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room!", "Dr. Strangelove," 1964.

65. "Elementary, my dear Watson," "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," 1929.

66. "Get your stinking paws off me, you damned dirty ape," "Planet of the Apes," 1968.

67. "Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine," "Casablanca," 1942.

68. "Here's Johnny!", "The Shining," 1980.

69. "They're here!", "Poltergeist," 1982.

70. "Is it safe?", "Marathon Man," 1976.

71. "Wait a minute, wait a minute. You ain't heard nothin' yet!", "The Jazz Singer," 1927.

72. "No wire hangers, ever!", "Mommie Dearest," 1981.

73. "Mother of mercy, is this the end of Rico?", "Little Caesar," 1930.

74. "Forget it, Jake, it's Chinatown," "Chinatown," 1974.

75. "I have always depended on the kindness of strangers," "A Streetcar Named Desire," 1951.

76. "Hasta la vista, baby," "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," 1991.

77. "Soylent Green is people!", "Soylent Green," 1973.

78. "Open the pod bay doors, HAL," "2001: A Space Odyssey," 1968.

79. Striker: "Surely you can't be serious." Rumack: "I am serious ... and don't call me Shirley," "Airplane!", 1980.

80. "Yo, Adrian!", "Rocky," 1976.

81. "Hello, gorgeous," "Funny Girl," 1968.

82. "Toga! Toga!", "National Lampoon's Animal House," 1978.

83. "Listen to them. Children of the night. What music they make," "Dracula," 1931.

84. "Oh, no, it wasn't the airplanes. It was Beauty killed the Beast," "King Kong," 1933.

85. "My precious," "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers," 2002.

86. "Attica! Attica!", "Dog Day Afternoon," 1975.

87. "Sawyer, you're going out a youngster, but you've got to come back a star!", "42nd Street," 1933.

88. "Listen to me, mister. You're my knight in shining armor. Don't you forget it. You're going to get back on that horse, and I'm going to be right behind you, holding on tight, and away we're gonna go, go, go!", "On Golden Pond," 1981.

89. "Tell 'em to go out there with all they got and win just one for the Gipper," "Knute Rockne, All American," 1940.

90. "A martini. Shaken, not stirred," "Goldfinger," 1964.

91. "Who's on first," "The Naughty Nineties," 1945.

92. "Cinderella story. Outta nowhere. A former greenskeeper, now, about to become the Masters champion. It looks like a mirac ... It's in the hole! It's in the hole! It's in the hole!", "Caddyshack," 1980.

93. "Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers are starving to death!", "Auntie Mame," 1958.

94. "I feel the need - the need for speed!", "Top Gun," 1986.

95. "Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary," "Dead Poets Society," 1989.

96. "Snap out of it!", "Moonstruck," 1987.

97. "My mother thanks you. My father thanks you. My sister thanks you. And I thank you," "Yankee Doodle Dandy," 1942.

98. "Nobody puts Baby in a corner," "Dirty Dancing," 1987.

99. "I'll get you, my pretty, and your little dog, too!", "The Wizard of Oz," 1939.

100. "I'm king of the world!", "Titanic," 1997.


I have personally participated in the Mission Space attraction on numerous occasions. Additionally, over eight and one-half million people have ridden the attraction of which only around six have required medical treatment after the ride. Some people throw up on or after the ride, which is what occurs with even greater frequency on roller coasters around the world.

Recently, a four-year-old died after riding Mission Space. Tragic? Yes. However, not the responsibility of Disney as the ride was functioning correctly. A physician who had actually ridden Mission Space said that he did not believe that the ride could cause anyone to die.

There are abundant warnings pertaining to what you should expect to experience as you ride the attraction. You then choose to participate. Clearly this ride is not a hazard.


Walter E. Williams is not a supporter of this revenue raising government scheme.


And we are still frisking old ladies and babies at airports.


We take you to the Anita White Carson Middle School in Greensboro, Georgia.

Matthew Lund is a first year teacher and was the college roommate of US Marine Sergeant Zach Richardson. Mr. Lund gave his students the opportunity to write a letter to Sgt. Richardson in Iraq. Richardson wrote back and gave the class the names of five other Marines who would like to receive letters. Before long other middle school classes were also sending letters to the Marines in Iraq.

Sgt. Richardson returned to the United States and told Matthew Lund that he would like to visit the Carson Middle School to personally thank the students for their support and letters. Lund filled out a "Resource Visitor or Guest Speaker Form" and submitted it to Principal Corbett. According to Lund, he never got the form back from Corbett. He claims that he asked the Principal about the form, and was told that she was not going to look at it.

Lund claims that he realized his request to have Sgt. Richardson visit the school was going to be ignored by Ulrica Corbett. He made the decision to proceed with the planed visit, which was to occur one week before Memorial Day on May 23rd.

When Sgt. Richardson arrived at the Carson Middle School Lund took him to the school's media center to prepare to meet the students. Then, according to Lund, Principal Corbett called him into the hall and told him that the Marine was not approved to be at the school. Lund told Corbett that the proper paperwork had been submitted and had been ignored. Corbett's response was "that's your problem, not mine." According to Lund's version of the discussion with Corbett, she harbored a great deal of hostility toward Sgt. Richardson and Matthew Lund. She told Lund that the students had not earned the visit from the Marine, and closed the discussion with Lund with the phrase "what part of what we just discussed do you not understand?" She then ordered Matthew Lund to escort Sgt. Richardson off the school campus.

When the story made the local newspaper, Ulrica Corbett then issued a written statement of her own. She said, "My decision not to allow Zach Richardson to speak with the students on Monday came out of my regard for the safety and welfare of our children." Apparently, Ulrica Corbett is inferring that this U.S. Marine who had just spent a year putting his life on the line for his country presented a threat to the children at the Carson Middle School.


Another journey into government school idiocy.

Abe Stoklasa is the valedictorian of this year's graduation class at Eagleville High School, Eagleville, Tennessee. By tradition, the valedictorian made a speech during his graduation ceremony. During the speech Abe employed a comedic segue, which is quite common during most modern day speeches. Abe said to the principal and faculty, "You have given us the minimum required attention and education to master any station at any McDonald's anywhere. For that, we thank you." Immediately, Abe's microphone was turned off and he was escorted off the stage. He was attempting to make his follow-up remarks when the microphone was silenced. What were those remarks? "Of course, I'm only kidding. Eagleville is a fine institute of higher learning, with superb faculty and staff." This didn't matter as very few people actually heard the positive side of the segue.

The wonderful, open-minded School officials are withholding Abe's diploma. The reason? They didn't appreciate his humor. Apparently, the initial part of his speech was accurate.


In South Florida, I-75 in both directions along with a crucial overpass were shut down for over an hour due to this reported "hazard." The note attached to the plastic penis said, "Happy Father's Day." I don't want to know.


There are currently 193 individuals in New York who are listed as Level 3 sexual offenders receiving Viagra under Medicaid. Not only in New York but also across the country, you are paying for sexual enhancement drugs for sexual predators. Why not pay for free handguns for career criminals?

Not to be left out, Medicare funds are being spent on Viagra so that senior citizens can get erections. The initial estimates for the Viagra for senior sex is projected to be to approximately $500 million a year, and we know how accurate those government estimates are.

Why are we paying for this? Where in the Constitution is there a guarantee to an active sex life?


Even if too much sun leads to skin cancer, which is rarely deadly, too little sun may be worse. Many scientists believe that "safe sun" - 15 minutes or so a few times a week without sunscreen - is not only possible but helpful to health. Vitamin D might help prevent 30 deaths for each one caused by skin cancer. People in the northeastern United States and northerly regions of the globe like Scandinavia have higher cancer rates than those who get more sunshine year-round. "The skin can handle it, just like the liver can handle alcohol," said Dr. James Leyden, professor emeritus of dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania, who has consulted for sunscreen makers. "I like to have wine with dinner, but I don't think I should drink four bottles a day."


New rules have officially taken effect. Health care providers can begin charging Medicare and Medicaid for the expenses of providing medical care to illegal aliens. You and I will have our earnings confiscated by the Imperial Federal Government to pay for the health care of people who are in this country illegally.

The government reports that this will cost $1 billion over 4 years. Based on the estimate accuracy of most other government program costs, it will probably be closer to $5 billion. Why don't we just spend the $1 billion on policing the borders so the illegal aliens don't arrive here in the first place?

It's reaching a point where being an actual U.S. citizen isn't going to signify anything. Taxpayers are paying for all of these FREE services for people who don't belong here.

What a country!


The mayor of Detroit, Kwame Kilpatrick wants to impose an additional 2% tax at fast-food restaurants. This would be in addition to the regular sales tax. His justification is that people would hardly notice the 2 cents on the dollar being taken away. Isn't this is how all tax schemes are initiated?



"Doc" Nease was a science teacher at Dacula High School in Georgia. Doc had a policy in his classrooms whereby if you fall asleep or disrupt the class you will get a zero for your class work for that day, or your grade will be lowered considerably. The dictate from the teacher was included in a class syllabus that all students had to sign. Additionally, parents also signed the syllabus. I guess that you just don't screw with high school football stars.

Wesley, a high school football player, fell asleep in class. After an assignment was given Wesley the football player put his head down on his desk and went to sleep. He finished his assignment that night and handed it in the next day, as was permitted. He, however, got his zero for falling asleep. Wesley the football player's daddy came to school to complain. Neither the high school principal or school board defended the teacher and his policy. Doc Nease was fired. Twenty-three years of teaching and he was fired because he fulfilled a pledge he made to his class, in writing.


We now take you to Spencer High School in Columbus, Georgia. Kevin's mother is an Army Sergeant who is stationed in Iraq. Kevin is a student in Spencer High School. Kevin's mom called him on his cell phone from Iraq. It was lunch break at the high school, so Kevin went outside to take the call. One of our magnificent government teachers saw him and demanded that he hang up. He explained that his mom has called from Iraq. This did not matter to the teacher. She demanded that he hang up and attempted to grab the phone. During the tussle the call was disconnected. The teacher marched Kevin to the principal's office. His mother called back. They refused to permit him to receive the call. He, understandably, became a little belligerent. Who wouldn't based on these circumstances? He knew that his mom was in treacherous territory. He wanted to talk to her and they wouldn't allow him to answer the phone. He was suspended for 10 days. That suspension, however, was reduced to three days due to public outrage.


Isabel Gottlieb is an outstanding student at Bow High School in Bow, New Hampshire. She plays in the school band. She is taking advanced placement classes such as calculus and biology. However, she isn't going to be permitted to graduate with her class because she didn't take a required PE class. This is basic Physical Education. Be aware that she holds varsity letters in three sports at Bow High School, but she didn't take this particular PE class. She was told that in order to graduate she would have to drop one of her advanced placement classes and replace it with the basic PE class. She said no so now she isn't going to get her diploma. There are no PE classes offered during summer school, which means she may not be able to go to college in the Fall.

Fortunately, Trinity College in Hartford, CT came to the rescue. She will take her GED test over the summer and Trinity has accepted her for the Fall semester.

These kinds of idiocy can only happen at the hands of government. Karl Marx insisted that government control over education was an essential step in bringing about the communist state.


Despite claims of a woman on Oprah, you should not use Premarin vaginal cream to fight wrinkles on your face.

However, you can still use hemorrhoid cream to cure your puffy eyes?


In his press conference President Bush said that Social Security benefits should grow faster for lower income Americans.   This reinforces the fact that Social Security is a glorified income redistribution plan.  "From each according to their ability, to each according to their needs."  Does this sound familiar?  The “Welfare State” continues to develop.


Professor Mike Adams receives a lot of stupid questions during exam week from both stressing and pretending-to-be-stressing students. Here are a few of his creative responses:

Dear (deleted):

Sorry you missed the review session because you were stuck in traffic in Charlotte. Since you haven’t been in class in nine days, I am surprised that traffic jam didn’t make the national news. It must have been big! At which intersection were you stuck? Where did you sleep for the last nine days? In your car? What did you do for food and water? And, finally, how much extra credit do you deserve for concocting one of the stupidest excuses I’ve ever heard in my life?

Dear (deleted):

I am sorry to hear about both your abortion and your inability to track down the father of your child. But, after a month’s absence, it sure is great to see you again. Yes, of course, I can give you some extra consideration for the trauma you have been through. I usually give extra credit for things like extra work but an abortion seems like just as good a reason. How much extra credit do you want? How much do you feel you need? How about a point on your final average for every week you were pregnant?

Dear (deleted):

It was touching to hear of your tragic loss. I know that having a roommate move out last week without paying rent was simply gut-wrenching and traumatic. It certainly explains why you have missed my class three times in a row. But, could you please explain how it accounts for the other nineteen times you have missed my class-times when you still had a rent-paying roommate? I’m just curious.

Dear (deleted):

Of course, I don’t mind that you missed all of last week’s class while I was explaining your out-of-class-assignment. I already explained the assignment three times but I am going to explain it to you again because you’re such a great guy. You come into my class late on a regular basis and argue with me in front of students whenever I tell you not to bring your cell phone to class. I just love your individuality and refusal to conform to the rules of society. You should major in sociology. Now for the assignment:

The class is going downtown to Superior Court to watch a murder trial. I want you to walk in the trial late, with skateboard in hand wearing your “I love the Pope-the Pope Smokes Dope” t-shirt-the one you wear to class at least twice a week. Call me on your cell phone as soon as you get there. Just broadcast everything that is happening in the trial to me via cell phone. If the judge holds you in contempt of court, call me. I’ll come bail you out. It’s my responsibility to bail you out when you do stupid things. That’s why I’m here.

Dear (deleted):

I’m glad you got my note telling you to skip the final exam. Because you got a “50” on the first exam and missed the second exam, it is now mathematically impossible for you to pass this course. Now you are asking me for extra credit. No problem! But we must be able to justify the extra credit if anyone asks us about it. Should we say that you got extra credit because a) you missed only 35 classes this semester? Or because b) you never participated in class during the seven classes you did attend?

Clearly, we have to do something because, as you said, failing my class will keep you from graduating and attending law school in the fall. Once we jump through this little hoop, you will, no doubt, have a brilliant legal career ahead of you.


Florida Governor Jeb Bush has finally signed the bill that actually recognizes the basic human right of self-defense.  In Florida a person now has "the right to stand his or her ground and meet force with force, including deadly force, if he or she reasonably believes it is necessary to do so, to prevent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another."

Is there a problem with that?  Let’s say that you're attacked.  You have a reasonable belief that you are in danger of immense harm or death, or someone else is in danger.  You are now legally permitted to protect yourself with deadly force.  Keep in mind that the first governments formed by humankind were governments formed for one purpose, to defend the people.

Most of you may not recall, but approximately 30 years ago Teddy "The Sloth" Kennedy came up with a law introducing a new Federal Criminal Code.  His scheme was to coerce the 50 states to adopt the federal code as their own.  That bill contained a retreat requirement.  If you woke up in the middle of the night and heard someone rummaging around in your home, you would have been required to leave your home to the intruder if there was any way you could escape.  You were not permitted to protect your residence and its contents if you had the option to run.  Thankfully, Kennedy's bill failed.

A law such as Florida's actually reinforces the concept of individualism.  It recognizes the individual's right to self-defense, the individual's right to dominion over their own body, their own personal safety and their own future.  Recognizing our right to self-defense only reinforces our sense of individuality. 

And how about those hysterical people who scream about the "Wild Wild West?"  There was less crime in the Wild Wild West, where everyone carried a gun, than there is in any major urban area in America today.

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Doctors removed man's testicles instead of his prostate because they didn't look at the chart.,,2-7-1442_1695656,00.html


The wing of the Imperial Federal Government responsible for tax collections has received approval to assign uncollected tax payments to private contractors. Private companies are lining up to start collecting, and naturally, keep a cut for themselves.

There is opposition from both political parties. Under the outsourcing plan, your private information will be turned over to a private company. Not all companies are good at keeping your personal information personal. The IRS uses your Social Security number to identify you, which is about as personal as you can get. Now private companies will possess and distribute this valuable piece of information.

Legislation has been introduced to repeal the practice, but I wouldn't count of any success.

Picture this.  Someday you might get a call from Omar Preteek from India asking when he can expect his payment.


"Congress went beyond merely enacting an income tax law and repealed Article IV of the Bill of Rights, by empowering the tax collector to do the very things from which that article says we were to be secure. It opened up our homes, our papers and our effects to the prying eyes of government agents and set the stage for searches of our books and vaults and for inquiries into our private affairs whenever the tax men might decide, even though there might not be any justification beyond mere cynical suspicion.

The income tax is bad because it has robbed you and me of the guarantee of privacy and the respect for our property that were given to us in Article IV of the Bill of Rights. This invasion is absolute and complete as far as the amount of tax that can be assessed is concerned. Please remember that under the Sixteenth Amendment, Congress can take 100% of our income anytime it wants to. As a matter of fact, right now it is imposing a tax as high as 91%. This is downright confiscation and cannot be defended on any other grounds.

The income tax is bad because it was conceived in class hatred, is an instrument of vengeance and plays right into the hands of the communists. It employs the vicious communist principle of taking from each according to his accumulation of the fruits of his labor and giving to others according to their needs, regardless of whether those needs are the result of indolence or lack of pride, self-respect, personal dignity or other attributes of men.

The income tax is fulfilling the Marxist prophecy that the surest way to destroy a capitalist society is by steeply graduated taxes on income and heavy levies upon the estates of people when they die.  

As matters now stand, if our children make the most of their capabilities and training, they will have to give most of it to the tax collector and so become slaves of the government. People cannot pull themselves up by the bootstraps anymore because the tax collector gets the boots and the straps as well.  

The income tax is bad because it is oppressive to all and discriminates particularly against those people who prove themselves most adept at keeping the wheels of business turning and creating maximum employment and a high standard of living for their fellow men.  

I believe that a better way to raise revenue not only can be found but must be found because I am convinced that the present system is leading us right back to the very tyranny from which those, who established this land of freedom, risked their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to forever free themselves..."  

T. Coleman Andrews.  Andrews was Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service for three years, from 1953 until 1955.


Many people, including Walter Williams, have stopped flying commercially.  And for valid reasons as outlined in this column. He correctly identifies that our current system of airport security wreaks with stupidity.


The Citizens Against Government Waste has published their most recent annual list of federal pork-barrel spending.  It's appropriately called the Congressional Pig Book.  Check it out and see where your hard-earned tax dollars are going.

In a list of some 14,000 pork projects, supported by politicians of both parties, the total bill for this year's spending is $27.3 billion.

Here are a few of the projects that made the list and caught my attention:

$3,000,000 for the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation.  Is Cal Ripken's dad hurting for cash?

The Don’t Step in It Award for $1.7 million for the International Fertilizer Development Association. They should have all the free fertilizer they need right in Washington.

The Crouching Tiger, Hidden Pork Award for $100,000 for the Tiger Woods Foundation. Keep in mind that Tiger Woods was the highest-paid athlete in the world last year, with earnings of $80 million.  Why do you and I need to kick in a hundred grand for his foundation?

The Goofy Earmark Award for $300,000 for Anaheim Resort Transit (read: Disneyland) bus and bus facilities in the district of Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-Calif.). Disney really needs the money.

La Pork-a-Racha Award for $25,000 for the Clark County School District in Nevada for curriculum development to study mariachi music. It would be more effective to buy a few old Herb Alpert records.

The Burrowing a Hole in our Wallets Award to Representative John Peterson (R-Pa.) for adding $100,000 for the Punxsutawney Weather Discovery Center Museum.

When it comes to government spending, there is no longer any difference between Democrats and Republicans.  George Bush and the Congressional Republicans are the biggest spenders in this nation's history.


Ginny Brown Waite
Member of Congress

Dear Ginny,

I am extremely disappointed by your recent communication pertaining to Social Security dated March 24, 2005.

Sadly, you along with many other Republicans are taking positions which promote big government.  You confirm this with your statement, “Privatization takes Social Security completely out of the hands of Government and turns the program over to a private entity. I will never vote to privatize Social Security.” Would this be such a horrific act? These positions used to be held exclusively by Democrats. And people wonder why I am a Libertarian. Sorry, I digress.

Why would privatization or private accounts be such a bad idea? Let’s face facts that, thus far, the government hasn’t exactly done an exceptionally wonderful job in operating the Social Security system. Additionally, our founding fathers never intended to make people dependent on government. However, with our present Social Security system, retirees have become largely dependent on government and elected officials (job security?).

Would you please explain to me how allowing someone to put their own money into a private account with their name on it, something that can be passed on to their families is a bad idea? Even at the average return of the stock market, they would receive exponentially more money at retirement than they would through the Social Security system.

Also, with all of the hype about Social Security reform, you would think that some people, including friends in the media, would get one point correct. Nowhere in the laws of the United States is there any guarantee that anyone will receive any Social Security benefits. I have to keep this in mind, especially when dealing with the government. If it isn't in writing, it doesn't exist.

I would appreciate your immediate attention and response to this matter. Thank you.


George Dorunda

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4/5/2005 - She responded in typical political fashion with one of her generic messages on the topic of Social Security. This message contained the same rhetoric contained in the first (above) letter. I sent another communication to her asking for answers to my questions with specificity. Let's see if she even know what that means.

4/6/2005 - She sent another response with the same rhetoric. Actually, the exact same apparently automated response which proves the congresswoman doesn't read her mail. Additionally, Ginny doesn't know the meaning of specificity and is therefore not qualified to be in Washington.

Fort Lauderdale officer suspended for stopping doctor en route to delivery of baby

When the doctor told the officer he was on his way to a delivery, the cop thought the doctor was delivering pizza.

Neal: Don't dismantle Social Security

What would you expect from the Peoples' Republic of Massachusetts?   One woman is "uncertain over the future her 16-year-old grandson will have."  This woman is clearly too ignorant to realize that her grandson would be far better off without the Government interfering in his life and retirement plans.   Oh yes, Massachusetts again.  I'll bet that she is a fan of "The Swimmer" Ted Kennedy as well.


Ever wonder what is in some of the food we eat. Here are the FDA allowances. For example, the FDA allows up to five whole insects per 100 grams of apple butter. It must be the extra fiber. Also, canned citrus fruit juices may contain 5 or more Drosophila and other fly eggs per 250 ml or 1 or more maggots per 250 ml. Do you love your pasta products? According to the FDA guidelines, an average of 4.5 rodent hairs or more per 225 grams in 6 or more subsamples and 225 insect fragments or more per 225 grams in 6 or more subsamples are permitted.

Do not visit this site before or during meal time.


In Norway, man met his demise when he fell into a sausage making machine.,,2-2005130934,00.html

Police charge man for flashing with banana

In Greenwich, CT you can be fined $5000 for putting a smiley faced banana in your pants.

Judge Sanctions Trial Attorney for Filing Frivolous Lawsuit against Physician

It's about time. Perhaps, there may still be some hope for our legal system.


Political leaders want the powers of the FCC (Federal Censorship Commission) to extend to satellite radio and TV.  Government control over what you see and hear.  This doesn't sound like free speech to me.


 Annette Stevens faces charges of having drugs and an illegal handgun in her home. Press reports said the gun's serial number had been scratched off.

The epitome of hypocrisy!


 There is a new teen trend in Orlando, Florida called garage jumping.  Teenagers are jumping between high-rise parking garages in downtown Orlando.  Tim B., one local idiot, didn't quite make it.  Tim fell six stories and was knocked unconscious on impact.   Other teens have fallen, and have been injured as well, in attempting the leap. 

 The city of Orlando owns one of the downtown parking garages next to a private parking garage owned by Orlando Tower LP.

 Apparently, Tim's father is going to file lawsuits.  He's suing the City of Orlando and Orlando Tower because they failed to erect fences that could keep teenagers from trying to jump from one parking garage to the other.  The father's attorney says that the fence currently there is completely ineffective in preventing the jumping.  The family says that both garage owners need to take responsibility before someone dies.

 Someone does need to take responsibility.  And, that responsibility resides with the families and the kids, not the owners of the garages.  Why should the owners of the garages be responsible?  These moronic young adults should be old enough to comprehend the dangers of jumping from a building.  It's extremely simple.  If you jump from a building, there is a very good chance that you will get hurt.  You jump and you are responsible.


You weigh 290 pounds? It may not be the best idea to go bungee jumping.


In fact, according to Ms. Elisha Gonzalez-Bonnewitz, the principal at Liberty Middle School in Orlando, Florida, putting a rubber band on a teacher’s desk constitutes the same level offense, what they call a “level 4 offense” in this school system, as arson, assault or bomb threats.

 This particular incident involves a seventh grade student named Robert Gomez. Robert has been suspended from school for 10 days. What did he do to warrant such a severe punishment? Robert found a rubber band on the floor, picked it up and slipped it on his wrist. The science teacher then demanded the rubber band be surrendered. Apparently, rubber bands possess a high level of dangerousness in science class. Subsequently, Robert either tossed the rubber band onto the teacher’s desk, or shot it toward the teacher, depending on which version of the story you believe.

 Now, if Robert violated the rules and in fact shot the rubber band toward the teacher then some sort of penalty is unquestionably in order. Perhaps detention or some extra homework.

 However, we appear to be dealing with the mindless world of government employees who tend to be exceptionally mindless when working in government schools. To judge each action on a case-by-case basis would require a minimal amount of intelligence and the employment of rational thought process. So, in the principal’s infinite wisdom, the action of tossing a rubber band is in the same league as burning down the school.

 Keep in mind that our tax dollars support this incompetence.



 Are you tired of irritating people in restaurants or movie theaters talking loudly on cell phones?  You need a cell phone jammer. Caution! They are illegal.


 The House of Representatives recently approved a bill that would hike fines for indecency. Fines will be raised from $11,000 to $500,000 for an individual and from $32,500 to $500,000 for a company.

 “With passage of this legislation, I am confident that broadcasters will think twice about pushing the envelope,” said Rep. Fred Upton, R-MI, chairman of the House telecommunications panel and author of the bill. “Our kids will be better off for it.”

 The first company that needs to be fined is C-Span and then all of the members of Congress. What these political hacks are doing to this country is totally obscene.




 Several groups are requesting police to cease using stun guns.  Apparently, people have died after being stunned by these devices.  This request is similar to an occurrence in Alaska several years ago.  Rural Alaska residents were using Bear Guard to fend off threatening bears.  Bear Guard is a stronger form of pepper spray.  When the Fish and Wildlife department banned Bear Guard because they believed it to be unsafe, the residents of Alaska resolved this issue and employed the old method of discouraging bears.  They shot them.



Are you aware that $150,000 of your money is in the 2005 federal budget targeted for the Grammy Foundation?  Exactly where in the Constitution does it say that the Imperial Federal Government can take $150,000 away from the people who earned it and give it to a foundation made up of recording artists and producers? And our leaders say there are no areas to cut the federal budget?


Oh what fun it is to live in the Land of the Offended.  Police officers should be forbidden from eating bananas.  In fact, let’s ban “evil bananas” nationally.



What started as a joke is now becoming a reality for a Berlin, CT nightclub.

Mayor Adam Salina said, “It’s unfortunate that this kind of event is what we’re currently known for. It’s had a detrimental effect on enticing new economic growth within the town.”

The event hasn't even occurred and it is already detrimental to the community and its economic growth? If you don’t want to see naked people attempting to sing, you don’t have to attend. And, I doubt that naked people singing Wind Beneath My Wings would have any significant impact on the business community.



Here is one line item that should be cut from the Federal Budget.   Sugar Subsidies.


When was the last time you saw a "poor" person who didn't have a cell phone?


It took one true musical legend to do what, in past years, had taken eight to ten of today’s musical “superstars” to accomplish. Plus, Paul McCartney performed LIVE without any lip-syncing. True talent will win every time.


 With all of the hype about Social Security reform, you would think that the media would get one point correct.  There is no guarantee that you will receive any Social Security benefits. Nowhere in the laws of the United States is there any guarantee that anyone will receive any Social Security benefits.

Keep in mind, especially when dealing with the government, that if it isn't in writing, it doesn't exist.


 Britney Spears tops the list of cruel celebrities who would be unlikely to give you an autograph. Here are the celebrities with the best and poorest attitudes:

 Top 10 Best celebrity signers are:

 1. Johnny Depp
2. Matt Damon
3. Tom Cruise
4. Mike Myers
5. Angelina Jolie
6. Elijah Wood
7. Lindsay Lohan
8. Jessica Simpson
9. Hilary Duff
10. Charlize Theron

 Top 10 worst celebrity signers are:

 1. Britney Spears
2. Cameron Diaz
3. Tobey Maguire
4. Justin Timberlake
5. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
6. Leonardo DiCaprio
7. Eminem
8. Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston
9. Halle Berry
10. Paris Hilton


Things must be getting desperate for Islamic Militants.  However, we need to be cautious. Barbie may be next.,,2-10-1460_1656115,00.html


 Janet Arvizo is the mother of the boy who alleges he was abused by Michael Jackson. Janet Arvizo married Army Reserves Major Jay Jackson in Las Vegas. She is now: Janet Jackson!



 Last Spring, the University of Connecticut conducted a survey of 112,003 high school students across the country.  These students were asked if they believe that newspapers should be required to get permission from the government before they publish stories.  Our wonderful government schools are clearly not doing their jobs in teaching our children about basic freedoms, the Bill of Rights and the proper role of government in a free society. The proof is right here in the results of the survey.

Thirty-six percent of high school students believe that newspapers should get government approval of stories before they are published.  Another 13% didn't have an opinion.  If my math is correct, and it usually is, that makes 49% of our high school students, nearly one-half, who have no particular appreciation for freedom of the press.

 Does this alarm you?  It should.



 Medicare's new prescription benefit (handout) will cover sexual performance drugs like Viagra.  This is such a wise distribution of valuable government resources, is it not?  Keep in mind that Social Security, Medicare and interest on the debt now account for more than half of the federal budget.

 Perhaps we are still not doing enough. If the taxpayers are required to pay for your erection, why not force the taxpayers pay for something or someone to use it on?,0,5565172.story?coll=la-home-headlines



 Governor Mitt Romney has requested Federal aid because of a snowstorm last week. And, we wonder why the federal budget is out of control?

 The facts are clear. If you live in Massachusetts you may get a few snowstorms during the winter. A snowstorm, which yielded approximately 14 inches of snow in the region, is certainly not a red light emergency.

 Of course, what would you expect from a state that continually reelects a disgusting sloth like Ted Kennedy.



Two boys, nine and ten-year-olds, have been arrested in Ocala, Florida for drawing violent looking stick figures.  More zero tolerance nonsense in our Government education system.



 We now take you to Lee County, Florida.  Lee County includes Ft. Myers, Bonita Springs, and Cape Coral.  Lee County has a little group called the Black Advisory Board.  This magnificent board is recommending that Lee County change its name due to the fact that it is named after a Confederate General.  Do you think that the Lee County Black Advisory Board would be interested in knowing that Robert E. Lee was not a slave owner?  Would they be concerned that Lee was staunchly anti-slavery?  Do they know that Lee said that if he believed that the "Civil War" was about slavery that he would be fighting on the other side?   I don't think the Lee County Black Advisory Board knows or cares about the historical facts.



 While speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, French President Jacques Chirac announced an astonishing proposal.  He is suggesting that the entire world be taxed to finance the battle against AIDS.  He actually wants taxing authority on the rest of the world.  I guess our taxes aren't high enough.  We should have our wealth seized to pay for health care for people who engage in irresponsible sexual activities.

 This should come as no surprise.  France is a socialist country, and Chirac, himself, is a socialist.  He wants the authority to decide when, where and how much is going to be spent to fight AIDS, and the authority to decide how much of the wealth that every individual produces he or she will be permitted to retain.  How does he propose collecting the money?

 This sounds like a Democratic Party wish list:

 A tax on international financial transactions, which total approximately $3 trillion a day.

 Taxing fuel for air and sea transport.

 A $1 tax on all airline tickets.

 Once this first step commences, you can be sure it wouldn't stop with AIDS.  That's merely the access point calculated to tug at people's heartstrings.  Next, he'll be proposing that the United Nations become a worldwide taxing authority.  Wealthy nations should do something about poverty in Africa and other “poor” countries, right?   The list would go on and on.  The anti-sovereignty groups have been lobbying for the United Nations taxing authority for decades.  They view it as just a matter of time.



A prisoner serving 123 years for multiple armed robberies and stabbing another inmate is suing the state of Wisconsin for not providing he, she, whatever, with a sex change operation.

Obviously the more cost-effective option would be to call Lorena Bobbitt.


 A woman in Los Angeles recently made an allegation that Bill Cosby groped her.  This allegedly happened a year ago, but for some reason she's just now coming forward with her groping charge. You have to wonder if this charge has anything to do with Cosby's courageous statements about black culture in America.  Cosby has been speaking a truth and truth stings.  Perhaps a little retribution was in order?  Are there people out there who would like to see Bill Cosby discredited?

Contamination of airplane water has worsened, EPA says

Are you thinking of flying any time soon? You might want to consider packing a bottle of water in your carry-on.   It looks like the water on airplanes is a little more rancid these days.


Seeing-Eye Dog Relieves Self On Court During NBA Game


S.A. Lawmaker Wants to Grade Children on Weight


 People represented by Andrew Fleischman in Connecticut need to do something about this fool.  Apparently, he has spent a little time reading the U.S. and Connecticut Constitutions and has concluded that the people of Connecticut have a “right” to know the actual starting time of a movie.  A "right"?  Fleischman has introduced legislation in Connecticut that would require movie theatres to post the exact starting times of movies so people can skip the ads and preview trailers.

 There is a practical problem with this.  If the precise starting time of the movie is listed, that's when people will walk into the theatre.   Prompt people who are there a few minutes early will have to suffer while people are moving about and finding their seats as the movie is beginning.

 Citizens of Connecticut need to consider an elected official who has created a whole new "right", the right to know when a movie starts.  It's idiots like Andrew Fleischman who have brought us our burdensome and hideously expensive local and federal governments.  And, as if his statewide proposal isn't enough, Fleischman wants this to eventually become a Federal law!

People of Connecticut, remember this nitwit the next time you have an election.


 The original intent of our founding fathers seems to be lost on most of the people now serving and working in Washington.   These wise men who founded this country intended that most of the governing that affects the people of the United States was supposed to be at the local level.  The Constitution strictly limits the powers of the federal government, although nobody seems to be paying attention to this anymore, and specifically states that all powers not granted specifically to the federal government are to be reserved for the states or the people.  Since the states are supposed to do most of the governing, who actually represents the 50 states in Washington D.C.?  Almost every country in the world has some official representation in Washington, but who represents the states?  Answer:  Nobody.

Let’s work to repeal the 17th amendment.



Our military scientists are working on a sex bomb, a bad breath bomb, and a rat bomb. I think I know someone who has been the subject of a test for all three.


Evidently, this research is for a chemical weapon that would make enemy soldiers sexually irresistible to each other.  There's also the rat bomb, the bad breath bomb and the sunburn bomb.  It's legal to shoot and kill enemy troops, but you can't give them bad breath. That's going way too far.



One thing won't make "Dirty Harry's" day and that is seeing Michael Moore at his front door with a camera. Moore was present at an awards ceremony in New York City when Eastwood said, "Michael Moore and I actually have a lot in common, we both appreciate living in a country where there's free expression. But, Michael, if you ever show up at my front door with a camera, I'll kill you. I mean it."


Moore later laughed off Eastwood's "mean comments."



School officials in Newton Massachusetts wondering why scores on standardized math tests have plummeted in recent years need to look no further than recent curriculum changes for an explanation.


About five years ago the Newton school district opted to start emphasizing its commitment to "anti-racist education" instead of division, multiplication, fractions and decimals. According to benchmarks established by administrators, the number one priority for math teachers was teaching, "respect for human differences."


Now, administrators are puzzled as to why scores on sixth-grade standardized tests have declined steadily over the past three years to the point where 32 percent of sixth-graders are now in the "warning" or "needs improvement" category.



Mental health advocates have gone ballistic over a company's straightjacketed teddy bear, claiming it is offensive and demeaning to crazy people.


The Vermont Teddy Bear Co. says it understands the concerns but will continue selling its "Crazy for You Bear" through Valentine's Day. The bear comes with commitment papers and is meant to convey out-of-control love.


Mental health advocates believe the bear is "a tasteless use of marketing that stigmatizes persons with mental illness," says Jerry Goessel, the executive director of the Vermont chapter of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill.


Viruses and spyware are causing people to curb their use of the Internet.,0,111456.story?coll=la-home-headlines 

Of course, those of us in the know use proper protection and don't have any of these problems.


After weeks of pouring millions in humanitarian and military aid into their country, the government of Indonesia has decided to thank the United States.  And how is the world's most populous Muslim nation going to do this? They're kicking us out. Having used us for what they needed, the America-haters are purging the great Satan.  How nice.  

Vice President Jusuf Kalla announced that all foreign troops must leave by the end of March.  The insults continued, as he said: "Three months are enough. The sooner, the better.   In the future, there will be no need for the foreign military presence."


Oh really?

We'll have to remember that the next time Indonesia needs something, or another natural disaster occurs there.  In response, the United States has scaled back plans to base Marines in that country and pulled out the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln that was off its shores.  Indonesia is seeking debt relief? Perhaps we should think twice before helping them any further?

Thanks for nothing, Indonesia.  We'll remember this one. In fact, we need to think about our aid to other non-appreciative foreign countries. Let's begin with the UN. There is some magnificent office real estate on the east side of Manhattan once we evict the anti-American UN.


Enough is enough!


Recently, there was an audit of the nearly $600 million in homeland security funding in Texas.  This is money given to the State of Texas to be spent on homeland security matters.  The audit disclosed that homeland security funds were used by buy a trailer that was used to haul souped-up lawn mowers to lawn mower drag races.  I guess these lawn mowers were going to be used to mow down terrorists.  A Dallas Morning News investigation found that other homeland security funds were used in Texas to buy equipment for traffic stops and conduct drug investigations. Additionally, some of the money was spent for community festivals, whatever they are.

Now if you were to propose that the spending on homeland security in Texas be cut by an amount equal to that amount spent on festivals, drug investigations and trailers to haul drag-racing lawn mowers, there would be hell to pay.  You would be accused of engaging in an attempt to cripple our homeland security efforts.

Are you feeling any safer now?


The Mexican Government has a handbook entitled "How to sneak across the border into the United States undetected, stay undetected, make money, and send the money back to Mexico".


 Now you can read the case for yourself. Hold onto something (unless you are Michael Jackson), this is warped.

Education is not a substitute for intelligence and common sense.

George Dorunda

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