Month: June 2005

China & Unocal

June 30, 2005

Communist China has put in a bid to buy Unocal Oil for 18.5 billion dollars in cash. I am a person that believes in free markets; however, selling one of our biggest petroleum producers to a government that is bent on world domination is one of the dumber ideas that our government has contemplated during […]

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Supremes: Men Don’t Need God’s Law

June 28, 2005

There is a right way, a wrong way and the weasel way. This is the view of corporate America as described by Dilbert writer Scott Adams. Today is proof that it applies to judicial decisions. The split decision handed down today is worse than a draw. It is open season and full employment for all […]

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Courting Next Justice

June 24, 2005

There is talk that the first vacancy in the Supreme Court will be Sandra Day O’Connor. This was reported by William Kristol and carried on Hugh Hewitt yesterday. This would be President Bush’s first opportunity to appoint anyone to the Court. Kristol also reports that Attorney General Roberto Gonzales will replace Justice O’Conner. With all […]

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Court Abolishes Private Property

June 24, 2005

The Supreme Court ruling handed down today in Kelo v New London declares what we have known all along. All land—publicly and privately owned—is the king’s land and we use it only at his pleasure. Now every petty local official and robber baron has the right to anything that you own. The myth of private property […]

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Government Shutdown?

June 24, 2005

I paid a visit today to the California Secretary of State’s Office and the Capitol. Both buildings were virtually empty except for security. I needed to pick-up some documents related to a project I am working on with a friend. While I was there I also got some info related to the November Special Election. […]

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Employer’s Perspective on Immigration

June 22, 2005

One of the hottest political issues among grassroots people is immigration. A common refrain among people I hear— on conservative talk radio and elsewhere—is that the solution to illegal immigration is to strengthen the borders and stop employers from hiring undocumented workers. This all sounds good but existing law doesn’t allow this to happen; at […]

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Posting the Ten Commandments and Leftist Frenzy

June 22, 2005

Any day now the US Supreme Court will rule on a case that involves posting the Ten Commandments. Many are waiting nervously for the outcome. Will the Commandments be allowed publicly? If yes, the case will stand. If the Commandments are banned, this will heighten interest in the case being revisited after President Bush makes […]

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Christer Follow-up

June 16, 2005

Thanks to Hugh Hewitt, Mark D Roberts has a follow-up to Christer Article. This is the first in a series that Pastor Roberts plans to write. Please follow and like us:

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Christers, Dominionists & Lunatic Humanists

June 15, 2005

Hugh Hewitt nailed another lunatic Lefty opinion piece today from the LA Weekly. The article, “The New Blacklist: Corporate America is bowing to anti-gay Christian groups’ boycott demands” by Doug Ireland is highly entertaining to read. The author is infected with the same fever-swamp disease that afflicts Michael Moore and Howard Dean. Hewitt spent his whole […]

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Thoughts on Special Election

June 11, 2005

On Monday, Governor Schwarzenegger is expected to announce that he will be holding a special election on November 8th, 2005. The centerpiece of this vote is expected to be a ballot initiative to redraw the legislative districts in California. If this plan is approved, the new maps are intended to go into effect for the […]

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