Showing posts with label war on terror. Show all posts
Showing posts with label war on terror. Show all posts

6.15.2008

Something you won't see in the MSM...

Three terrorists convicted in Toledo, Ohio.

Maybe the terrorists should be training in Oregon. Would probably get away with it there. Or just wait until Obama is President.

12.21.2007

A good article...

on the upcoming Savage vs. CAIR battle. Should put this on Pay-Per-View.

12.07.2007

I really hate the abuse of the First Amendment

Freedom of speech in this country includes an individual's freedom and right NOT to listen to something.

The latest talk show personality to start crying that "My Freedom of Speech Rights are Being Violated" is Michael Savage. Now, I like the Savage Nation - great radio show and glad I get to hear it on my ride home when I work late. But stop whining about free speech. The government is not pulling your advertisers, the advertisers are choosing that themselves. Go ahead and sue CAIR, but stop whining about free speech. This is not about free speech, and it is as damaging to claim it is as when people pull the "racism" or "sexism" card without merit.

That said, this is the danger in the Bush administration's including CAIR in its PR activity. CAIR has ties to terrorism (Google it for a litany of references); heck, even Sen. Barbara Boxer has distanced herself from CAIR for that reason. But, to the uninformed who maybe get a glance at the political situation around Islamofascism, the US government's implicit support for CAIR lends credibility to CAIR.

So, when Sears, OfficeMax, Wal-mart, AT&T, etc get a letter from CAIR to pull their ads from a radio show, a quick surface glance implies CAIR is a group to be taken seriously. Don't get me wrong... those companies are as guilty of not doing their homework as CNN was in their recent Republican Presidential Debate.

Normally I would boycott those companies pulling their ads... but I don't shop at any of those places anyway!

I wish Savage the best of luck in his lawsuit. Unlike most lawsuits I see, this one I believe is justified.

3.28.2007

I just keep being surprised

Another piece of good news in the War on Terror, this time from Congress. The House voted to protect 'John Does' on flights. As pointed out in the blogosphere, all of the no votes were Democrats. How interesting. Credit to the Dems who crossed the line on this one to protect Americans.