Monday, October 31, 2005

The Red Voice: Reality Check: We're Winning

The Red Voice: Reality Check: We're Winning

"WASHINGTON, Oct. 30, 2005 – Coalition forces foiled a terrorist ambush in an area northwest of Baghdad late Oct. 29, military officials reported today."

Nice post on the war in Iraq.

Undeniable Truth in Life: Part 19

#19: The only way liberals win national elections is by pretending they're not liberals.

If a liberal campaigns with his true self, I.E. Howard dean, then they don't win the election. Even J. F. Kerry moved away from the left in his campaign, and as we speak, Hilary is distancing herself.

Sorry about the delay, the entire divison of Anti-ignorant warriors was away for a few days, reciving advanced training.

Friday, October 28, 2005

Undeniable Truth in Life part 18

#18: Morality is not defined by individual choice.

If everyone made their own desicions about morality, then we would have no use for laws, and no way to morally enforce them.

Thursday, October 27, 2005

Miers Withdraws Supreme Court Nomination - Yahoo! News

Miers Withdraws Supreme Court Nomination - Yahoo! News

WASHINGTON - Harriet Miers withdrew her nomination to be a Supreme Court justice Thursday in the face of stiff opposition and mounting criticism about her qualifications.

Late breaking coverage from your anti-ignorance warriors!

She was a nice lady, but someone else would have been a better nominie.

Undeniable truths in life: Part 17

#17: There is something wrong when critics say the problem with America is too much religion.

In history, what nation has gone without a faith of any kind? Lets see.. The egyptians? Nope. Persians? Nope. Greeks? Nope. Romans? Not until its collapse. All the barbarian tribes in history, like the Vikings or Mongols? Nope. The British Empire? Nope. America? We've had Christianity since before day 1.

Without a faith, people become angry, bitter, and lack hope. With a faith in a religion, esspesially christianty, the people of an empire are more unitied and stand stronger together, even if it is a different religion. In america, most charities were founded by our churches, and education was originally done by the churches.

Something is indeed wrong, when a critic trys to draw attention to himself by saying their is too much religion.

Israel should be ‘wiped off the map / World / Middle East & Africa - Israel should be ‘wiped off the map’ says Iran:
"Middle EastMahmoud Ahmadi-Nejad, Iran’s fundamentalist president, on Wednesday declared that Israel should be “wiped off the map” and warned Arab countries against developing economic ties with Israel in response to its withdrawal from Gaza....
The president told an audience of students there was “no doubt the new wave [of attacks] in Palestine will soon wipe off this disgraceful blot from the face of the Islamic world”.

“Anybody who recognises Israel will burn in the fire of the Islamic nation’s fury,” he said, in remarks aimed at Arab states""

Great. And is it a wonder why Iran is the peak of the Axis of Evil? No. Not only do they support terrorism against the US, the're entire being is devoted to blowing isreal of the earth. With the development of their nuclear aresenal, they won't be at a lack of reasorces to do so either.

Schwarzenegger Vows to Rein in Spending

Schwarzenegger Vows to Rein in Spending: "'They have come to me with ideas like raising the property tax, raising the income tax, raising the taxes on the rich, raising the sales tax, and the tax on gasoline,' the governor said, referring to the Legislature's Democratic leadership, which opposes the initiative.

Schwarzenegger said Democratic leaders 'always want more because they are spending addicts _ they cannot help themselves.'"

And they are a bunch of scared liberal girly men!

Californa needs some fiscal discipline, maybe this iniative has what it takes to get them started on it.

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Save Texas Marriage! Vote AGAINST the Constitutional Amendment

Save Texas Marriage! Vote AGAINST Constitutional Amendment #2!

This site has a bunch of automated phone lines, and called us the other day, essentially saying everything that is on it's site, and ended the call with "God bless you". Well, this caught me off gaurd, and made us suspicious, so I did some reaserch on it, and found this entire thing to be a hoax.

News story
" COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Oct. 25 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Attempts in Texas to defeat a constitutional amendment to define marriage as the union of a man and a woman have degenerated to deceptive phone calls and e-mails intended to mislead voters. Focus on the Family Senior Vice President of Government and Public Policy Tom Minnery expressed his outrage that a group supporting same-sex marriage would resort to such tactics.

"We are appalled that the group Save Texas Marriage has undertaken a campaign of blatant misinformation designed to confuse the voters of Texas," Minnery said. "Opponents of the marriage-protection amendment have no effective arguments so they have reverted to lies.""

Which is kind of what I figured from the beginnng.

So if you live in texas, please spread this around. Unwitting voters may be decieved.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Undeniable Truth in Life: Part 15

#16: There is a God.

This requires no explaination. There is a God.

Monday, October 24, 2005

The Earth Can Be Moved: Bomb Scare

The Earth Can Be Moved: Bomb Scare

And now for a story out of the humor section:
Bomb Scare at a Military Academy.

Greenspan replaced


" President Bush named top White House economic adviser Ben Bernanke as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board on Monday in place of near- legendary Alan Greenspan as the official in closest control of interest rates.

Bernanke instantly announced his first priority would be "to maintain continuity with the policies and policy strategies under the Greenspan era."

" Greenspan, who became chairman in 1987, completes his current term on Jan. 31. By naming a successor more than three months in advance, Bush appeared to be trying to clear the path for a smooth transition."

And now for an obscure media bias that left me scratching my head...
" Greenspan did not speak at the brief announcement ceremony, a sure sign that his power is ebbing. For two decades, it has been his voice that has mattered most in Washington and many capitals around the world when it comes to key economy matters. His pronouncements, famously opaque, are scrutinized carefully for signs of future policy direction."

Whatever... Glad Bush is thinking ahead.

Ties to Saddam and Al Qaeda in the UN - U.S. & World - U.N. Procurement Scandal: Ties to Saddam and Al Qaeda: "It now appears that while doing business with the U.N., IHC had links both to Saddam Hussein’s old sanctions-busting networks, and to a Liechtenstein-based businessman, Engelbert Schreiber, Jr., known among other things for his ties to a figure designated by the U.N. itself as a financier of Al Qaeda (search).

Registered in New York State, with offices in New York City and Milan, IHC has been involved in possibly hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of business with the U.N. since the mid-1990s, serving both as a direct supplier and as a go-between for a wide variety of other contractors. This work has included IHC’s signing or helping to broker contracts for supplies ranging from portable generators to rations for U.N. peacekeeping troops in such trouble spots as West Africa and the Middle East."

What a corrupt organization... The Oil-for-Food program, the so called peace keepers, and now using terrorists

Sunday, October 23, 2005

Double Feature today

Greetings all. I've been busy and have forgotten my duty to aid in the attempt to push back the frontiers of ignorance. To try to attone, I will be presenting the next two truths.

13: If you commit a crime, you are guilty.
This is an easy one. It makes sense(or so I'd hope, otherwise PB and I will have to redouble our efforts >_<)

14: The way to improve schools is not more money. It's introduction of moral and spiritual values, as well as the "4 R's": reading, 'riting, 'rithmatic, and Rush.
More money is not the answer. Alabama's school system showed us that. These suggested principles really would work (although I do realize that Rush is not for everyone, sadly...), but, thanks to a number of things, mostly stemming from our modernist, reletivistic society, the basics of right and wrong, lessons which will stand anyone in better stead than any degree, are outlawed.

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Undeniable Truths in Life: Part 12

#12: There's a simple way to solve the crime problem: obey the law; punish those who do not.


Friday, October 21, 2005

Big win for gun industry in House

Big win for gun industry in House / Bush says he'll sign bill to shield dealers: "The bill, which the House passed 283-144, now goes to President Bush, who has pledged to sign it into law.

'Our laws should punish criminals who use guns to commit crimes, not law-abiding manufacturers of lawful products,' Bush said in a statement after the legislation passed.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., a staunch supporter of gun control, said the measure would shut the courthouse door to victims.

'I just find it an absolute travesty that these people who are going to be killed (and) maimed by weapons that have been negligently handled (will) have no recourse,' Feinstein said. 'And it's the only industry in America that's this way.'"

This is good. Guns don't kill people, people kill people.
I'm suprised it passed the senate though.

The NRA has done so much more that is useful in this nation then the ACLU, NAALP, and combined.

Undeniable truths in life: Part 11

#11: Poverty is not the root ("rut") cause of crime

Crime is caused by the basic evilness of man, and while poverty can enhance the desperation and amount of this evil, it is not the cause of it.

Thursday, October 20, 2005

Undeniable Truth in Life: Part 10

#10: The 1980s was not a decade of greed but a decade of prosperity - it was the longest period of peacetime growth in American history.

Americans wanting an end to confiscitory taxes under the Carter administration was not greed, but a righting of wrongs. Because of the lower taxes and more friendly buisness enviroment, we had the longest period of growth in american history, argueably stretching even to 1999.

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Undeniable Truths: Part 9

#9: Ronald Reagan was the greatest president of the twentieth century.

He was voted the Greatest American (although I still think that Winston Churchill should have been it), did the most against Communism of any president (a true cancer upon the world) and had a great sense of humor. Ronald Reagan was a true and good leader, and the world is a better place for the 90+ years he was on it.

Saddam brought to trial

BREITBART.COM - Just The News: "Saddam Hussein went on trial Wednesday for a massacre of his fellow Iraqis, turning immediately argumentative and challenging the legitimacy of the court as he appeared before a five-judge panel in the former headquarters of his Baath Party two years after his capture.

Saddam and seven former members of his regime face charges of murder, torture, forced expulsion and illegal imprisonment for a 1982 massacre of nearly 150 Shiites in the town of Dujail. They could face the death penalty _ by hanging _ if they are convicted."

Pretty steep charges.

"I hope he is executed, and that anyone who suffered can take a piece of his flesh," said Shanan, who was imprisoned during Saddam's rule, as was Sabiha and several of their sons."

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Ilegal immigrants to be expelled

BREITBART.COM - Just The News: "Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said his department aims without exception to expel all those who enter the United States illegally.

'Our goal at DHS (Homeland Security) is to completely eliminate the 'catch and release' enforcement problem, and return every single illegal entrant, no exceptions."

BRAVO!!! Lets enforece our laws!!!

" Chertoff's remarks in favor of returning "every illegal entrant, no exceptions""


Undenialbe truth of life 8

#8: The most beautiful thing about a tree is what you do with it after you cut it down.

Of course who wants to live in styrafoam houses or have cloth diapers.
Who want to do homework on slate whithout a pencil.

Sunday, October 16, 2005

Undenable Truth in Life, Part 7

#7: Character matters; leadership descends from character.

A leader with character is much more effective then a leader who mearly has a facade of charisma. Washington, Lincoln, Houston, and Reagan all had a huge depth of character, where a leader like Santa Anna or Napoelan were only leading for personal gain.

A person with character will rise above the rest of the group, and often lead them forward, even if it is not in a formal leadership role, it can happen from undernieth.
With character, the leader can survive the difficult time, without it, the facade crumbles.

Saturday, October 15, 2005

Undeniable Truths in Life: Part 6

The Earth's eco-system is not fragile.

The Earth is made up of a bunch of different living organisms bent on survival, as well as a whole lot more micro-things bent on doing exactly what they do, (decomposing stuff) which is to keep conditions safe for the living organisms. They are designed with some "wiggle room" if you will, so that, should the need arise, they can move out of danger, or make things safer again. No amount of pollution or "global warming" *scoffs* will change this.

No new truths on Sunday. We've given you enough. Go reflect on these truths and come back for more Monday.

Friday, October 14, 2005

Undinable Truths in Life: Part 5

#5: There is no such thing as a New Democrat.

If you think about, most democrats have had the same platform for 60 years. Race, poverty, and peace.

Not much new!

Thursday, October 13, 2005

Sold Out: Politics: Why I believe what I believe

Sold Out: Politics: Why I believe what I believe

Excellent post on why the republican platforms fit the bible. I have it from a good source it is part of a series too.
Take the time to read it, its worth it.

Bloggers Seek to Mix Faith and the Internet - Politics - Bloggers Seek to Mix Faith and the Internet:

"In terms of the strength of the group as a political force, Christian bloggers don't just talk religion. They spend much of their time discussing current politics, including the nomination of White House counsel Harriet Miers (search) to succeed Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor (search), abortion, intelligent design, the use of 'under God' in the classroom and where the Ten Commandments should or shouldn't be placed, among other topics.

But while blogging is generally considered a simple form of Web communication, the emerging movement of God-blogging is looking for a clearer definition of itself and what path it should take."

Why this is suprisesing, I don't know. Christians are a powerful political force elsewhere, why not here?

Undeniable truths in life: Part 4

#4: Evidence refutes liberalism.

When has liberalism acctually worked?
Never. So why so we still pursue it? Because we are thinking with our hearts, not our heads.

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Undeniable truths in life: Part 3

#3: No nation has ever taxed itself into prosperity.

Pretty obvious, really. With the citizens earnings being confinscated by the government, not much can go back into the economy. One of the downfalls of the Roman Empire was the taxes placed on the outlying regions, which made the tribes a lttle hacked off, having to fund a war on the other side of their world..
Government cannot create prosperity, it allows it by not getting in the way.

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Bond James Bond

They are making another bond movie i hope that they make it clean eough for me to see.

Aptly enough for the world's most famous spy, the decision on who replaces Pierce Brosnan as the next James Bond remains a mystery just weeks, possibly days, ahead of an official announcement

Police smash huge European people-smuggling ring

Police smash huge European people-smuggling ring:

"British police arrested seven people suspected of leading one of Europe's largest human smuggling rackets in a series of dawn raids on Tuesday.
Eleven others were held for related offences.
The arrests followed a two-year investigation into the ring which smuggled illegal immigrants, predominantly from Turkey, into London from mainland Europe. Police forces from five other countries were also involved."

Yay. Our British counterparts are cracking down on crime! We should do the same for illeagle immigration.

Undeniable Truth of Life: Part 2

#2: The vast majority of the rich in this country did not inherit their wealth; they earned it. They are the country's achievers, producers, and job creators.

Small businesses are becoming more and more common. As these businesses grow, they will eventually become big businesses, possibly rating a highrise office complex, and eventually rising to the level of Corporate Empire. Americans, for the most part, are ambitious hard workers, unlike, say, the oil tycoons in the Middle East who simply sit around, dictate policy and let the money come pouring in from oil wells that they hardly ever visit.

(Oil Tycoon would be a very cool computer game)

Monday, October 10, 2005

Oil Prices Drop


If we built more refineries, the cost would be even less!


Hey, I was "tagged" by Hannah from Sold Out. I'm supposed to name either my 23rd post, which was an AGE ago, or I can post my 5 favorite songs. I choose songs:

1. Augies Great municipal Band: John Williams, the phantom Menace
2. The Raiders March: John Williams, Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark.
3. The Battle of the Heros: John Williams, The Revenge of the Sith
4. The Incredits: Micheal Giacchino, the Incredibles
5. Taco Bell Cannon: The Amazin Blues, Wasting our parents money.

I now tag Marshall Sherman, Durandal, GUNZ, and theearthcanbemoved

Undeniable truths in life: Part 1

#1: There is a distinct singular American culture - rugged individualism and self-reliance - which made America great.

Hey, what other place in the world has come so far, so fast, in such a short time? Nowhere. After less then 200 years, America was, and still is on top of the world. Why? Because Americans are self-reliant and willing to strike out on their own. The Pioneers, the gold miners, the cowboys, and the businessman of today, all wanted to make it on their own, and in doing so, created a better nation for the rest of us.

The culture of "I can do it" is different then any other nation, and we are better because of it.

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Pushing Back the Frontiers of Ignorance: A new offensive

starting tomorrow, we will post a daily series known as "Undeniable Truths in Life". One undeniable point will be presented and explained each day, for the next 45 days.

We will continue or regular efforts with current events as usual for the duration of the series.

Saturday, October 08, 2005

Gimme your home: Round III

Landowners must yield to ballpark - Nation/Politics - The Washington Times, America's Newspaper:

"[DC] City officials said they expect to file court documents to take over at least some of the 21-acre site in the coming weeks and have $97 million set aside to buy the properties and help landowners relocate.
The city made offers to all 23 landowners on the site last month but received no response from 10.
'We think there are some that we'll have good-faith negotiations with,' said Steve Green, director of development in the office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development. 'There are some we haven't heard from at all.'
Many property owners on the site said the city's offers are inadequate. Others are suing the city on the grounds that it has no right to use eminent domain to acquire land at the site, despite a Supreme Court ruling affirming the right of municipal governments to take private property for the purpose of economic development.
In April, the city notified property owners on the site that they would be required to move out by Dec. 31."

The Kelo v. New London case is going down as the absolute worst Supream Court Descion in history, arguably worse then Roe v. Wade.
Without the rights to own anything, whats the difference between us and the commies???

Friday, October 07, 2005

War on Terror: This time, its personal.

Bush Says 10 Plots by Al Qaeda Were Foiled:

"The radical movement, he said, goes beyond 'isolated acts of madness,' animated by a coherent philosophy akin to Soviet Communism and Nazi fascism with the goal to 'establish a radical Islamic empire that spans from Spain to Indonesia.'

'While the killers choose their victims indiscriminately, their attacks serve a clear and focused ideology, a set of beliefs and goals that are evil but not insane,' the president said. The disruption of some plots, he said, means that 'the enemy is wounded but the enemy is still capable of global operations.'

Bush singled out Syria and Iran for condemnation, calling them 'allies of convenience' of Islamic radicals 'with a long history of collaboration with terrorists' and saying they 'deserve no patience from the victims of terror.' He rebuffed calls to withdraw from Iraq, dismissing the 'dangerous illusion' that pulling out would make the United States safer. And he rejected the argument that the Iraq war has only fostered terrorism, a position taken even by some in government."

Ok, now we can finally identify the enemys goals, and shove the politically correct blather out the window.

"Two sources familiar with intelligence information said the West Coast plot targeted the tallest building in Los Angeles, since renamed the US Bank Tower, and involved Malaysian militants and Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks, who was captured in 2003. Previous reports on Mohammed's interrogations in custody said that before Sept. 11 he mapped out an attack on the tower that was later aborted.

The seven foreign plots said to be disrupted by the United States and its partners included plans to strike London's Heathrow Airport using hijacked planes, to hit ships in the Persian Gulf region and the Straits of Hormuz, to attack Westerners in Karachi, Pakistan, and to set off multi-target explosions in Britain.

The five "casings and infiltrations" in the United States involve better-known cases, such as the capture of Iyman Faris, who was accused of exploring the destruction of the Brooklyn Bridge and ultimately pleaded guilty to providing material support to al Qaeda. Another involved a man sent to scout gas stations in the United States, an apparent reference to Majid Khan, who was reportedly assigned by Mohammed to explore simultaneous bombings of gas stations."

Heheh! We're stoping them at home and abroad.

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Pushing Back the Frontiers of Ignorance: A new member!


Just announcing the newest warrior in the front, Durandal. I've known him for a while. We have some over lapping interests, and he has some that I don't have. This will provide a broader covereage of world events!

Palm Boy


We also have more renforcements coming up from the rear, GUNZ is bringing in the heavy artillary.

Palm Boy

Martha not allowed to leave the country,19736,1114566,00.html

Oh ho! This is great! It's about time she felt the sting and consiquences for her actions!!!

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Operation River Gate

US military launches fresh Iraq offensive. 05/10/2005. ABC News Online:

"US marines say they have launched the biggest offensive yet against insurgents in western Iraq.

The military says 2,500 troops are taking part in the offensive, named Operation River Gate, which is aimed at stopping Al Qaeda from operating in Haditha and two nearby towns, Haqlaniya and Barwana."

The clock is ticking on the insurgents.

Monday, October 03, 2005

Florida city considers eminent domain on 6000 homes

Florida city considers eminent domain - Nation/Politics - The Washington Times, America's Newspaper:

"Florida's Riviera Beach is a poor, predominantly black, coastal community that intends to revitalize its economy by using eminent domain, if necessary, to displace about 6,000 local residents and build a billion-dollar waterfront yachting and housing complex. "

I don't think a comment needs to be made, except that if they lowered taxes, removed some regulations, and made the area for industry friendly, the economc depression would leave.

Bush Chooses Miers for Supreme Court

Bush Chooses Miers for Supreme Court:

"'She has devoted her life to the rule of law and the cause of justice,' Bush said, announcing his choice from the Oval Office with Miers at his side. 'She will be an outstanding addition to the Supreme Court of the United States.'"..."'She will strictly interpret our Constitution and laws. She will not legislate from the bench,' Bush said. Conservatives apparently agreed"

Ah, good. She doesn't have a judicial record, but she was head of the Texas Bar Association. Must be a conservative. Yippie!

Sunday, October 02, 2005

Walter E. Wiliams: Hurricane evacuation lessons

WorldNetDaily: Hurricane evacuation lessons:

"Much of the blame for the shortage rests at the feet of Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, who recently ordered that penalties of up to $20,000 be imposed per incident of price gouging. You ask, 'Why do you blame Greg Abbott?'"

Good article. Market forces at work.