Saturday, February 3, 2007 A View from the Edge of a Cliff or an Abyss ?
Much of today's political dialogue is not only ideological but dogmatic with a mass mindedness that is reflective of the hysteria which impelled the United States to War after the trauma of 9/11. In a situation where a rational historical perspective is called for America behaves like a slumbering giant tied down by Lilliputs. It may well take another shock to the American psyche to bring the discussion back down to earth.
(1 comments) Friday, January 5, 2007 Appeasement on our Borders
Immigration appeasement ruins the lives of millions of Americans, is expensive to the taxpayer and represents a decline in western civilization.
(3 comments) Saturday, December 23, 2006 The Iraq War through the Lens of Muslim History
The President of the United States has acknowledged that things are "bad" in Iraq. The United States chose to invade Iraq believing that the Iraqis would toss roses at our feet and abandon Sharia Law which has served Islam well for hundreds of years in favor of a Western style of democracy. This endeavor is doomed to failure. Why?
(1 comments) Wednesday, December 20, 2006 He follows his father, but with shorter strides. Virgil
President Bush has acknowledged taking a "thumping" in the recent elections. This marked quite a reversal for a president who seemed destined for immortality upon Mount Rushmore after 9/11.