Culturissimo

Frivolous Complaints Against Palin

ARAH PALIN, strategic winner? With of eight complaints in one ruling, the evidence continues to redeem the the great surge of feeling many of us had when we first heard Gov. Sarah Palin speak to the American people that night at the Republican National Convention in Denver. The governor today welcomed the news that yet another ethics complaint against her has been officially found to lack merit and has been dismissed. Notably, Michael Geraghty, investigator for the State Personnel Board, concluded that there is no need for a hearing on the complaint filed in March by Andree McLeod, who has...

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Obama And The Voices Of Slavery

The following essay is authored by Bill Warner of Political Islam. LAVERY STILL STALKS the American consciousness, its wounds yet festering in many hearts. If Barack Obama were to set his mind to it, he could heal much of the damage this peculiar institution wrought on our national soul. This is a great and tragic error that must be given justice. Obama is the best person in the world who can recognize, remember and honor the deaths of 125 million and the enslavement of tens of millions of people. His unique qualifications can be found in his names. Until he...


Battlefield of the 21st Century

nce again for hard emphasis. Islam is not a race. Islam is a pernicious ideology, spoiling for global domination and the total submission of the world to its evil culture of death. Should I mention again its historical links to Old Joe Goebbels and his fatherland, Nazi Germany? Warning from the homefront. This is the intellectual if not the blood and guts battlefield of the 21st century. Thus we are not shocked when it is suggested by many of its northern Virginia neighbors that a private Islamic school supported by the Saudi government (that and 1500 others scattered strategically across...


Islam Loves Death, But So Did Saint Paul

Well, Tancredo is finally legit with this one. As Robert Spencer put it. "The list just keeps growing. No word yet, however, on any demonstrations planned to wish "dath" on Osama bin Laden or any of the others who have, as we're endlessly told, "hijacked" Islam." And what about the recent words of Barack Obama who suggested that if he were president and he had "actionable" intelligence, he'd send US troops into Pakistan without Musharraf's permission to route out the terrorists? There there were some protests, but mostly from around this country. with Bush and the State Department jumping into...


Sluggish But Not Thuggish

or those of you who have inquired after my more recent work, I have painted a dozen or more larger canvases that I haven't photographed, so they are not represented in the SWAG section of the Project yet. But once I settle into my studio on Murderer's Row in NW Washington fulltime, I'll quickly remedy that. It's been a long summer and fall as I've battled—first the string of doctors it took to get diagnosed—and then the persistant symptoms of an illness that left me a physical wreck. But I expect to feel well enough again in December to shift...