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Month: August 2005

August 30, 2005

In the September 2005 edition of the newsletter NEAtoday, is an appeal from the National Education Association (NEA) to its membership to boycott Wal-Mart over Wal-Mart’s labor practices. What do Wal-Mart’s labor practices have to do with education? Nothing; except that Wal-Mart doesn’t want to become a home for labor unions. They are perfectly happy […]

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Upper Sac is Back

August 29, 2005

In 1989, a chemical tanker car on a Southern Pacific train that derailed poisoned most of the Upper Sacramento River—the river between Dunsmuir and Shasta Lake. Although the river has been gradually opened to fishing over the last several years, it was a move viewed by some as premature and a political move to boost […]

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English Church: Spouse Equated With Civil Partner

August 24, 2005

Liberal Anglicans are using the English government to force gay marriage into Church Law by bypassing normal procedures and just rewriting key sections of Church Cannons. They are going to replace the word “spouse” with “civil partner” according to an article in the August 12th edition of Church of England Newspaper. This change will take […]

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Ohio Girls Can’t Say, “NO”

August 23, 2005

65 of 490 girls at Timkin High School in Canton, Ohio are in a family way. That’s right, over 13 percent of the young lasses have reported the consequences of promiscuity. This is double the teen pregnancy rate of the rest of Ohio. If you add in a factor of one in three pregnancies ended by […]

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Liberal Episcopalians Dealt Near Fatal Blow

August 18, 2005

In a victory for local parishes, an Orange County Superior Court Judge David C. Velasquez said the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles had not shown that it was likely to prevail in a property dispute with a local parish, St. James Church. Also see story in L.A. Times. Under current bylaws, the Episcopal Church claims […]

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California Loses 43% of Its Vehicles

August 17, 2005

After taking office a year ago, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger ordered the State to conduct an audit of vehicles owner by the state. The State estimates that it owns about 70,000 vehicles. However, a physical inventory of vehicles by various state departments yields a count of 40,000. Where the rest may be located is unknown. * […]

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Border Agent an Illegal Alien

August 17, 2005

Oscar Antonio Ortiz  was employed as a United States Border Patrol Agent in 2001. Oscar is in trouble for smuggling illegal aliens across the Mexican border using his Border Patrol vehicle. He also allowed others to smuggle illegals in groups as large as fifty across the border. Furthermore, he made good money charging admittance into […]

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Farewell to My Grandfather

August 13, 2005

I had some fun items that I was going to really spend a lot of time writing about this weekend. I had a great call to Eric Hogue this morning and my day was going great for a Friday. I was looking forward to writing lots on my blog. As I was sitting down at […]

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Meet Cindy Sheehan

August 10, 2005

Cindy Sheehan is camping out in front of the President’s property in Crawford Texas as part of a publicity stunt to accuse George Bush of killing her son in Iraq. Cindy Sheehan has a home on the internet that you can visit. Here you will find George Bush called every name that a flaming Leftist can […]

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Media Saves Russian Sub Crew

August 10, 2005

Like many of you, my heart and prayers went-out to the seven sailors trapped in the Russian Sub over the weekend. What we did not learn until today was that if the Russian military had their way, these men would still be at the bottom of the sea. Thank to an anonymous phone call to […]

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