Filed under: Domestic Policy, Election 2008, Liberalism, News, Politics, The Constitution | Tags: Debunking Liberal Lies, Democrat Corruption, Democrat lies, Democrats Lies/Dirty Tricks, Supreme Court, vote fraud, voting
The Supreme Court has rejected Democrats ridiculous claims that requiring voters to show identification, proving they are actually entitled to vote, is somehow unfair to minorities, the elderly or the poor. The 6-3 decision upholds an Indiana law intended to prevent vote fraud.
The Indiana law was passed in 2005. Democrats and civil rights groups opposed it as unconstitutional and called it a thinly veiled effort to discourage groups of voters who tend to prefer Democrats.
Yes, a thinly veiled effort to discourage illegal aliens, dead people, pets, comic book characters, convicted felons aka “groups who prefer Democrats.”
Filed under: Foreign Policy, News | Tags: Africa, AIDS, superstition, world news
“It’s real. Just yesterday here, there was a man who was a victim. We saw. What was left was tiny,” said 29-year-old Alain Kalala,
The Jokes write themselves, but the story really isn’t funny:
Police in Congo have arrested 13 suspected sorcerers accused of using black magic to steal or shrink men’s penises after a wave of panic and attempted lynchings triggered by the alleged witchcraft.
…Police arrested the accused sorcerers and their victims in an effort to avoid the sort of bloodshed seen in Ghana a decade ago, when 12 suspected penis snatchers were beaten to death by angry mobs.
It’s a glimpse into the distant past for the West — when belief in witchcraft and superstition were widespread — but a dangerous reality in present-day Africa. The same sort of pervasive, ignorance and superstition remains one of the biggest challenges to slowing the spread of AIDS on that troubled continent.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Climate Change, Global Warming, Liberal lies, Politics
This interview with Professor Carter was shown on New Zealand TV on Friday, April 18, 2008. He makes a lot more sense than Al Gore.
Desperate not to screw up anymore before today’s election in PA, Obama has apparently been ducking the press for 11 days now, refusing to give press conferences, evading reporters even while flying with them, and dodging the few tough questions he gets:
In an exchange in a Scranton diner that may well lead to Obama being dogged by hapless young Republican volunteers dressed in foam waffle costumes come the general election, Aswini Anburajan of NBC asked the presidential hopeful what he thought of Jimmy Carter meeting Hamas. Visibly annoyed, Obama responded: “Why can’t I just eat my waffle? I’m just eating my waffle here.” Realising he was being videoed, he then winked at Anburajan and tried to make a joke of the moment. But it was too late.
Tony Harnden at the Telegraph has the whole story. And kudos to those in the MSM who have actually stepped up and started doing their job.
Filed under: Education, Humor, Liberalism, Pop Culture | Tags: Crime, Drugs, liberalism, Pot
Remind me never to have surgery done by a University of Colorado graduate. Or anything else for that matter.
Filed under: Conservatism, Humor, News, Politics | Tags: Election 2008, John McCain, Republicans
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels demonstrates the wrong way to rally Republicans.