Month

January 2006

All posts published in January 2006

30 posts

I’m a white-collar redneck and proud of it

Published 12y ago -

Image courtesy of Sonny Abesamis under CC BY 2.0. There is something very satisfying about enthusiastically embracing the epithets that are hurled at me by my enemies…err…critics. Apparently, I am not alone in this. Retired Senator Jesse Helms once earned the ... More »

How UFO’S relate to the new world order

Published 12y ago -

Like most people my opinion of flying saucers and aliens was programed by the mass media. I thought they were possible but highly unlikely and speculative. Now I know better, thanks to Dr. Stephen Greer’s book “Disclosure: Military and Government W... More »

The Katrina kool-aid: Gets spiked

Published 12y ago -

“I don’t put anything past the United States government. I don’t find it too farfetched that they tried to displace all the black people out of New Orleans.” — Spike Lee, renowned black film maker, commenting during a recent CNN interview on ... More »

Able danger: Another phony diversion

Published 12y ago -

Even before the week-long dust settled over the mass grave of the near 3,000 incinerated victims of Nine Eleven, evidence was already surfacing that the Smirk Administration was somehow culpable. We did not know how, but we did know for sure that Smirk was lyi... More »

Political brain divisions: A forced takeover

Published 12y ago -

I got into a discussion with another political writer this week about the old right vs left brain functions. He was looking for a connection between liberals who think in terms of government control and conservatives who used to think of limited government and... More »