Thursday, 18th December 2014

Theo’s Twit Of The Week: Sarah Palin

Posted on 25. Dec, 2011 by in Current Events

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This week’s Twit must have had a Death Panel visit her popularity rating in Alaska! Get ready for some One Nation bus tour style hi-jinks with everyone’s favorite half-term Governor: Sarah Palin Sarah Palin must be getting desperate. In all the shuffle and general hub-bub of the Republican primary debates, it seems that TV and […]

The Grand Old Problem For The GOP

Posted on 01. Sep, 2011 by in Analysis, Current Events

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In an increasingly anxious political environment, largely brought on by the spectacular failure of the much promised “Change We Can Believe In” agenda, the Republican leadership has fallen into an old trap. It appears that in their rush to make a huge media splash and gain national attention, they have yet again allowed the Grand […]

Good Money After Bad: The Fed Gives Fanny And Freddie Limitless Funds

Posted on 28. Dec, 2009 by in Current Events

The news wire (pardon the anachronism) was buzzing today about the Treasury’s decision to remove the 200 billion dollar cap on aid to drowning mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The two companies have been in government conservatorship since the sub-prime housing bubble popped late last year. Word of the new blank check the […]

Most Of The World Imprisoned By State-Mandated Religion

Posted on 18. Dec, 2009 by in Current Events

At the beginning of the 21st century we are inundated with a flood of modern marvels and massive strides in social tolerance. Radical advances in fields like genetics and biology promise vast expansions in both the length and quality of life. Scientists are peering beyond our solar system and finding literally dozens of earth-like planets […]

Conrad Black Speaks Out On Chicago Corruption, With Joseph Fosco’s Vigilance In Mind

Posted on 17. Nov, 2009 by in Analysis, History

American politics is suffering acutely from the gridlock of entrenched officeholders and election financing controlled by special interests. Over 300 of the 435 congressional districts almost never change partisan hands. Most congressmen have safely gerrymandered districts, receive the bulk of their financial support from one or a few sources, and are reliable legislative supporters of […]

Bishop Raymond Goerdert Likes To Think The Roman Catholic Chuch Is “Concerned For The Children…”

Posted on 03. Aug, 2009 by in Analysis

I would like to think that Bishop Goerdert is concerned for the Children too. I’d like to think that I am the most handsome and intelligent man alive. Despite my deepest and most sincere hope that this is the case, reality assures me it is not. Yet another recently released deposition, related to me via […]

President Obama Abets Alleged Criminal And Beer Buddy Henry Gates In Obstructing Justice?

Posted on 02. Aug, 2009 by in Analysis, Politics

Okay, we have heard a great deal about quasi African American President Barack Obama and African American Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. falsely casting suspicion over Cambridge Police Sgt Crowley for supposedly being hateful and stupid. Not once has anyone addressed the inappropriate behavior of Obama and Gates, who teamed up against a good […]

Why Is Obama Still Popular With The American People?

Posted on 26. Jun, 2009 by in Politics

Why Is Obama Still Popular With The American People? Only One Reason: The Republican Party! President Barack Obama’s administration has had lapses of administration failures and frustration during his early days as President, just as all new Presidents have experienced. Time is the greatest teacher for Presidents and their administrative staffs, the same as in […]

The United States And Islamic Theocracies Will Always Butt Heads

Posted on 03. Jun, 2009 by in Current Events, Politics

In a time of great political upheaval in the United States, it is oddly comforting to know that some things always stay the same. Just days ahead of President Obama’s much anticipated speech in Egypt, a voice from the not so distant past has appeared on the world stage. Perhaps it would be more appropriate […]

Brinkmanship: Diplomacy That Won The Cold War Is Needed Today

Posted on 02. Jun, 2009 by in Politics

What are we going to do to stop terrorists from striking again at the United States? If they do hit us again, killing thousands of innocent Americans, how do we retaliate this time? The answer to that difficult question is actually very simple. Yes, the attacks are coming unless they are stopped at the source. […]