Archive for September, 2007

Little Johnny and April

September 30, 2007

Little Johnny and April

Little April was not the best student in Sunday school.
Usually she slept through the class.
One day the teacher called on her while she was napping, “Tell me, April, who created the universe?”

When April didn’t stir, little Johnny, a boy seated in the chair behind her, took a pin and jabbed her in the rear. “GOD ALMIGHTY!” shouted April and the teacher said, “Very good” and April fell back asleep.

A while later the teacher asked April, “Who is our Lord and Saviour,” But, April didn’t even stir from her slumber. Once again, Johnny came to the rescue and stuck her again. ‘JESUS CHRIST!” shouted April and the teacher said, “very good,” and April fell back to sleep.

Then the teacher asked April a third question. “What did Eve say to Adam after she had her twenty-third child?” And again, Johnny jabbed her with the pin. This time April jumped up and shouted, “IF YOU STICK THAT F*****G THING IN ME ONE MORE TIME, I’LL BREAK IT IN HALF AND STICK IT UP YOUR ARSE!”

The Teacher fainted.

Dem Rep To Introduce House Resolution Condemning Rush Limbaugh On Monday « Living Politics

September 30, 2007

Dem Rep To Introduce House Resolution Condemning Rush Limbaugh On Monday « Living Politics

It just so happens that I was listening to Rush that day when the commentary was made. Nothing that he said was out of line, thank you. I also see mark on occasion, and will let him know that he is making, or by then will have made one heck of a mistake. Further, I will do it publicly, right up front, and personal.

Iran’s parliament votes to label CIA, U.S. Army ‘terrorist’ groups « It’s time to say “When.”

September 30, 2007

Iran’s parliament votes to label CIA, U.S. Army ‘terrorist’ groups « It’s time to say “When.”

What we have here, I believe, is a clear cut case of the kettle calling the pot black. Has the United States ever done anything that it should not have done with the benefit of hindsight? Certainly that is true. However, nearly everything that was pointed out passes “Just War Doctrine” as a basis for taking the actions that were done at the times that they were done.

This whole piece, in my opinion is just another example of the thought processes of those that I call neo communist’s and the hate America first coalition.

The United Nations are again seeking to undermine our Constitution

September 30, 2007

U.N. Members, Gun Lobby Face Arms Fight

September 30th, 2007

UNITED NATIONS (AP) – Britain, Japan, Australia and others are pushing for an unprecedented treaty regulating the arms trade worldwide, in a campaign sure to last years and to pit them against a determined American foe, the National Rifle Association.In what U.N. officials say is an “overwhelming” response, almost 100 governments have submitted ideas for such a treaty, to be reviewed over the next year. There’s an “extremely urgent” need for controls on the international gun trade, says Kenya, echoing the sentiment in much of guns-besieged Africa.

But in the U.S., the NRA says it sees a creeping attempt to limit civilian gun ownership within nations – even though the focus now is on setting standards for arms exports and imports.

The international issues “necessarily will come to involve at some point domestic laws and policies regarding firearms,” said former congressman Bob Barr, a leading NRA voice on the subject.

“That’s not what we’re looking at here,” countered Greg Puley, of the Control Arms coalition of pro-treaty advocacy groups. “The point is to control trade in weapons that contribute to conflict and atrocities.”

The NRA and other U.S. gun lobbyists have helped blunt earlier efforts at the United Nations to rein in the weapons trade. Last December, the U.S. delegation cast the lone negative vote when 153 nations approved a General Assembly resolution initiating this new treaty process.

Full Story Here:
U.N. Members, Gun Lobby Face Arms Fight


This is yet again another attempt, in the long run, to undermine the Constitution of the United States. They (elements of authoritarianism within the U.N.) continue to attempt to weaken, and destroy freedom and liberty across the entire globe. So what? It’s only guns…. Well people it’s time to wake up. What will it be next? Your right to spew forth whatever you care to say? Or, it could be any of the other rights that are found in the documents that are the foundations of the United States of America?  Those rights are all needed in place, for one supports the other, and so on. Chip away, or remove any of them and the entire ideology that they support will come apart.

Home Grown Hate mongers in the media

September 30, 2007

The enemy is among us, and in positions of power. Here is a short list, supplied by the team over at Gunny Bob’s on KOA 850 radio. source:


A Service Of The Gunny Bob Freedom Defense Team
In this section of the Gunny Bob Show website, audience members are kept informed on radical merchants of hatred, bigotry and intolerance in the Colorado media who seek to harm America and the freedoms guaranteed to us by the Constitution. It is updated regularly. Audience members may submit material for consideration by emailing the Gunny at



    Affiliations: Rocky Mountain News opinion columnist, “professor” at the University of Colorado at Boulder

    Campos claims conservatives have deep desire for war, bloodshed, carnage and death; suggests those killed by US forces in the war on terror are simply “hapless foreigners”:


    Affiliations: Rocky Mountain News “news” columnist, International Society of Bad Barber Victims

    Littwin defends profane, immature CSU editor; claims scandal is a free-speech issue:


    Affiliations: Denver Post “news” columnist

    Carman implies anyone who wears a cowboy hat and wants illegal aliens held accountable for their crimes is a racist:


    Affiliations: Rocky Mountain News RMN: “In principle, there’s nothing wrong with the president of Iran laying a wreath at the World Trade Center site . . . “


    Affiliations: Denver Post DP: Evil U.S. conservative government employees might be knowingly and intentionally spying on totally innocent liberal Americans for nefarious purposes:


    September 30, 2007


    2nd Marine Special Operations Battalion, Afghanistan

    As you read this, Doc is on patrol along the streets of Heaven, caring for his beloved Marines.

    Doc Milam, from Littleton, was killed in action fighting terrorists in Afghanistan. He won the Bronze Star for valor and the Purple Heart.

    Fair winds and following seas, Doc.


    Is it just my imagination, or has Littleton Colorado supplied hero’s for America far out of proportion to the towns size?

    The Bellyaches of Free Speech

    September 30, 2007

    The University of Colorado is yet again in the news in a most negative manner this week. Our friends over at the Independence Institute sum the situation up nicely for us.

    The Bellyaches of Free Speech

    By Jessica Corry & Ryan Olivett

    Sept. 26th 2007
    Free speech to a college newspaper editor is like an endless supply of candy to a five-year-old. Too often, both will partake of the sweets now and pay the consequences later.It’s a lesson Colorado State University officials are reminded of this week as they deal with the public furor erupting after staff at the school’s student newspaper, the Rocky Mountain Collegian, let their thoughts concerning President Bush and the state of American civil liberties be known on the editorial page.

    Specifically, the paper’s September 21st editorial page contained a four word editorial. “Taser this. . . F*$% Bush,” it read.

    Collegian Editor David McSwane and his board say they intended to ignite debate about free speech. “We thought the best way to illustrate that point was to use our freedoms,” McSwane said. In other words, they saw shock treatment as their best possible approach. How sad.

    In reality, there are plenty of other means to discuss free speech. But, McSwane and the Collegian chose an immature and irresponsible way to get attention–the candy they crave. They also assumed their readers weren’t sophisticated enough to engage in a legitimate dialogue on a very important political issue.

    Like a child howling in a candy store to get what he wants, the Collegian substituted a four letter word for genuine political discourse. All for attention. If only McSwane had stepped back for a moment to acknowledge not just his freedoms as an American–but also his ethical obligations as a newspaper editor.

    According to the code of ethics espoused by the Society of Professional Journalists, “gathering and reporting information may cause harm or discomfort,” but this doesn’t mean the “pursuit of the news (serves as) a license for arrogance.” Journalists are, therefore, advised to “show good taste.” By printing their juvenile editorial, McSwane and his staff irresponsibly violated this ethos.

    As McSwane is learning all too well, the First Amendment grants impunity from unnecessary government suppression–not impunity from public scrutiny. He is also getting an important lesson in basic market economics. While university officials should resist booting him for his choice of words, community members should be free to respond with their wallets. Advertisers have already yanked more than $30,000 in revenue.

    The pain from lost advertisements is just the beginning. As CSU officials contemplate Swane’s fate, his journalistic reputation is now being solidified as someone unable to make important but basic ethical distinctions in everyday editorial decisions. This reputation is bound to follow him to his next journalist position–if there is to be one. Most professional journalists understand that obscene words don’t amount to quality journalism.

    Ultimately, the CSU newspaper staff got what it wanted–attention. It’s just too bad that the paper’s editors will likely realize too late that this is just the type of attention a journalist should never seek. Free speech is sacred. We don’t need to scream obscenities to prove it.

    Summary: “Free speech to a college newspaper editor is like an endless supply of candy to a five-year-old”

    Word Count: 917 _____

    If you experience problems viewing this op-ed, you can find the op-ed on-line at: The Independence Institute


    (c) 2007
    The Independence Institute
    13952 Denver West Parkway, Suite 400
    Golden, CO 80401

    INDEPENDENCE INSTITUTE is a non-profit, non-partisan Colorado think tank. It is governed by a statewide board of trustees and holds a 501(c)(3) tax exemption from the IRS. Its public policy research focuses on economic growth, education reform, local government effectiveness, and Constitutional rights.

    Jon Caldara is the President of the Independence Institute.

    Not Guilty! For the most part anyways…

    September 28, 2007

    I’m not one for covering things up, or for Nuremberg defenses. However, these young Soldiers were just guilty of making a good kill look cleaner. The Sergeant that told people to plant evidence is the one that I have serious questions about. That was not good judgment, or leadership in the least.

    Stuck in the Middle

    September 27, 2007

    Stuck in the Middle

    Seems like what is going on in most of the country these days.

    Great new blog!

    September 25, 2007

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