July 2006

All posts published in July 2006

11 posts

American gulag coming soon

Published 15y ago -

Image courtesy of Luca Serazzi under CC BY 2.0. It was Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the Russian writer, who made the “gulag archipelago” part of our language. He won the Nobel Prize for the book of that name, lived here in exile and was mentioned in the... More »

Too late: The White House just doesn’t get it

Published 15y ago -

As Carole King sang thirty years ago, “It’s too late, Baby.” She was referring to romance, but in this context it is too late for Team Bush to recapture the loyalty of the conservative GOP base. Immigration/amnesty, Dubai Ports, Harriet Meyers, Katrina, defici... More »

Bush born again foreign policy: Know who not to trust

Published 15y ago -

Leave it up to God to judge Dubya’s soul, but for the rest of us mere mortals assessing his politics is not just sport, it is essential survival protection.  The loony left is taking delight in his recent troubles.  True to human nature, the rat pack has suspe... More »

French fried “C’est la vie”

Published 15y ago -

What is the cultural potential from globalization in the West? Take a good look at France and the ethnic violence that is currently engulfing that country. Globalism, while highly profitable for corporations and the average consumer is happy with the prices of... More »

Justice, what justice: Power elite

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It is somewhat satisfying to see the Bush crime syndicate face the hand of justice, although the probability of any of the pale-faced characters serving real hard time for high-crimes is not very good. Presidential pardons for the blood-soaked clowns that are ... More »

Do not judge me I am right: Christian Hysteria

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I was thinking about God’s judgment today. What I thought about is a simple Godly reality; no one can escape God’s implementation of His righteous judgment on humanity, especially for those that call themselves Christian and live a carnal and ungodly life. I a... More »

Odyssey to America: A departure

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It started with a kiss. Finishing a bout of lovemaking in the back seat of Omar’s car, Adil kissed him in the moment before their bodies parted – and that’s when he heard it: a tapping on the windshield. The car was flooded with light and a veritab... More »