“Get off my bus, I need to pray!”

March 30, 2008

‘Celebration of diversity’ can become problematic if you’re on your way to work

Read this stunning account in the London Sun.


Savoring those delicious reciprocal endorsements

March 30, 2008

Len Munsil, Arizona’s one-time GOP candidate for governor, returns the favor of John McCain’s 2006 endorsement in that race. In today’s Viewpoints section of the daily, Munsil extols the virtues of the left-of-center McCain, terming him “worthy of the enthusiastic support of every thinking conservative.”

Munsil’s column was unavailable in the online version when this was posted.

Watch this short video for another vantage point worth considering.

Congratulations to So-Young Chung!

March 30, 2008

Eleven-year-old Peoria “bantamweight” wows them again.

Illegal Update

March 30, 2008

Just a few more good people coming to do the work Americans refuse to do

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office arrested 53 people the over past two days in one north Phoenix neighborhood.

Deputies responded to requests from merchants in the area of Bell Road and 25th Street, who asked for assistance from law enforcement in removing day laborers, engaging in crime and impeding their businesses.

Of those arrested, 27 were charged with being in the United States illegally.

Additionally, the East Valley Tribune reports that thirteen motel owners in Mesa charged with catering to coyotes who transport illegals and conspiracy to harbor illegal aliens were sentenced Friday..

According to documents released by the United State’s Attorney’s Office the owners of six motels on Main Street were sentenced with several different counts of probation, fines and forfeitures. The total combined criminal and civil forfeiture in the cases was $1.3 million, with a total of $46,500 imposed in fines. The rest of the article is available here.

Shuler vs. McCain: Who do you believe?

March 29, 2008

SAVE Act steamrolled by McCain

U.S. Rep. Heath Shuler says he believes Republican presidential candidate John McCain blocked his immigration enforcement bill, keeping it from getting a vote on the U.S. House floor. McCain’s staff denies it.

Shuler, a North Carolina Democrat, said the Secure America Through Verification and Enforcement Act (SAVE) enjoyed Republican support until the McCain forces steamrolled it.

Townhall’s Amanda Carpenter gives some interesting insights. Her column is available here.

McCain’s National Director of Hispanic Outreach is immigration extremist Juan Hernandez, who is committed to the concept that we simply share a “region” with Mexico and there is no need for borders. This dangerous and foolish idea was woven throughout McCain’s recent foreign policy speech.

Even McCain’s most staunch defenders should have a problem with this unholy alliance.

“Celebrating the homosexual lifestyle” at Catholic universities

March 29, 2008

An interesting brief from Dr. James Dobson of Focus on the Family.

Read the article on Citizenlink

J.D. Hayworth’s costly vindication

March 29, 2008

The daily Fish-wrapper is less-than-subtly taking potshots at former Arizona Congressman, J. D. Hayworth for soliciting funds to offset the enormous legal expenses incurred while defending himself against spurious charges, of which he was ultimately cleared.

At the time, the daily newspaper led the pack of meat-deprived wolves, seeking to bring him down. They editorially defamed him, cited anonymous sources, alleged connections to scandal and elevated his scrawny, liberal adversary, boosting him into Hayworth’s congressional seat.

Now, the same paper that relentlessly hounded a fine congressional representative out of office, is disparaging him for seeking to offset legal expenses totaling in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, incurred as a result of their unrelenting smear campaign against him.

Read Hayworth’s blog post The “Freedom In Truth Trust” Established, in which he outline the “Five easy steps to a smear.” Then, cancel your subscription to the vicious rag that conspired to bring him down, and send him a check.