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January 2007 Archives

If the candidates continue clawing at each other like this, I’m going to really enjoy this campaign season: Hillary, Obama and Edwards are all against the planned troop surge in Iraq. Hillary and Obama want a cap on troops in …Read More

The American people are all up in arms about what is going on over there and want to end this war because we are losing too many men (or so the MSM have told us that is what we want). …Read More

A Muslim group object to the rules of a town council in Canada, calling them a “false stereotype:” Don’t stone women to death, burn them or circumcise them, immigrants wishing to live in the town of Herouxville in Quebec, Canada, …Read More

With John Kerry out of the race, you just knew that Biden would pick up the slack: Mr. Biden is equally skeptical-albeit in a slightly more backhanded way-about Mr. Obama. “I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is …Read More

Due to the sophistication, the investigators believe that Iran may have trained the insurgents who attacked a government compound in Karbala where five U. S. soldiers were killed: Investigators say they believe that attackers who used American-style uniforms and weapons …Read More

This is what it looks like to be bipartisan and I would think that Pelosi would be pleased to see Republicans and Democrats coming together to enacting legislation: The Senate cleared the way for an increase in the minimum wage …Read More

That’s what they appear to be thinking: A Senate Republican on Tuesday directly challenged President Bush’s declaration that “I am the decision-maker” on issues of war. “I would suggest respectfully to the president that he is not the sole decider,” …Read More

Anyone ever hear of Bushisms? That’s what makes this newest controversy so humorous: President Bush said Monday he wasn’t trying to disparage the party now running Congress by referring to it as the “Democrat majority” – as opposed to the …Read More

Yet another government trying to end Christianity. The most surprising aspect of this story is that it’s Buddhists who are doing the persecution. Would a Buddhist agree to forcing others to convert? Isn’t this against their teaching? And yet, here …Read More

But the death squad leaders are voting with their feet: DEATH SQUAD leaders have fled Baghdad to evade capture or killing by American and Iraqi forces before the start of the troop “surge” and security crackdown in the capital. A …Read More