Thursday, February 03, 2005

From the State of the Union Speech

"...we live in the country where the biggest dreams are born.The abolition of slavery was only a dream — until it was fulfilled. The liberation of Europe from fascism was only a dream — until it was achieved. The fall of imperial communism was only a dream — until, one day, it was accomplished. Our generation has dreams of its own, and we also go forward with confidence. The road of Providence is uneven and unpredictable — yet we know where it leads: It leads to freedom."

On another note, my nephew over at Beef Always Wins, has posted this article on the 1st Congressional Medal of Honor winner in the war on terror. This was a great man.

This Picture is Worth a Thousand Words!

What a GREAT speech by our President!

Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Action Figure Doll Held Hostage

What does the this news story tell us?

What does it say about the terrorists?

What does it say about our solders?

Our soldiers are doing a GREAT job! This story, to me, speaks of the terrorists' inability to capture any. It reminds me of just prior to our presidential election, OBL could only issue a tape of his rantings. No bombings, no nothing...just a tape.

Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Another Attempt from the Left to Undermine the War on Terror

The New York Times is reporting today that a US District Court Judge in Washington, DC (a Carter appointee) has ruled that military tribunals for prisoners at the U.S. base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, are unconstitutional. The article states:

In a setback for the Bush administration, a U.S. district judge in Washington
D.C. also ruled that the Guantanamo detainees have constitutional
protections under the law. An attorney for the Bush administration had asked
the judge to throw out the prisoners' challenges, saying their fate should
be left to the military.
The military tribunals have been criticized by human rights groups
as fundamentally unfair to defendants.

This ruling comes about two weeks after another Federal Judge ruled the exact

My opinion, and I am only a Real Estate Attorney, not a Constitutional Law expert, is that this ruling has ABSOLUTELY NO BASIS IN US LAW!!! The only possible purpose behind this ruling is undermining the current administration and this nation’s war against international terrorism. Constitutional rights do not apply to convicted felons in our own country…now a federal judge is saying the US Constitution applies to international terrorists!!! Are we going to let them vote in our next presidential election?!?!? These people do not even rise to the level of prisoners of war. They wear the uniform of no country. They dress as civilians. They purposely kill innocents. As such, they are not even covered by the Geneva Convention. Now they have Constitutional rights! This judge should be impeached -- either for gross incompetence or for giving aid and comfort to the enemies of this nation.

Monday, January 31, 2005

Haloscan commenting and trackback have been added to this blog.

A Secular Society

A friend, The Shrimp Connection, emailed this article. It’s unbelievable! I’m thinking that I ought to post this information. While browsing the usual stuff, I followed a link on Beef Always Wins to Rich’s friend in Hawaii, PalmTree Pundit. Well, PalmTree Pundit has also posted on this article! From her post, I also learn that homeschooling is illegal in Germany! Now my wife and I have homeschooled eight children. And in doing so have attempted to instill in them Christian values, a Christian worldview and, of course, an education that money cannot buy! To quote my friend The Shrimp Connection, “This is what happens in secular society and I hope the mainstream media picks this up and scares America with the potential.” Well, I doubt the MSM will pick this up, or even think twice about it, but it helps me to realize the long lasting effects of the Godly heritage that we have in this great country of ours and the power of the prayers of His people! I'll appreciate your comments.