Archive for April, 2010
The attitude of the citizens of Arizona, mirrors the larger consensus among the American people that they are mad as hell, and not going to take it anymore. The residents of Arizona regard the Mexican incursion as a free-for-all crime wave coming from illegal aliens.
Government schools act as community social welfare centers. Outreach and remedial education is not just for “special needs” students, it is a staple of the state syllabus. Can this reality be attributed to genetic defects alone? Blaming it on the drinking water just does not fly. The more money spent on public education, the greater the decay in intellectual standards.
By: Deshpal Sandhu
The idea of the human brain being able to receive input from external sources and becoming so wrapped up in the ‘reality’ created for it that it actually believes the simulated reality to be actual reality and acts accordingly is no longer the realm of science – fiction but has become reality in a major way this past decade.
LEGAL immigrants of all nationalities are welcomed and appreciated. The issue of illegal immigration should not be clouded by specious claims of racism or xenophobia. These straw-man arguments serve only to distract from the true issue: There are people who violate our borders without authorization and have no right to be in the United States.
In our current Obama Age of Equal Outcomes, how can we limit the “celebrations” to receivers and backs? Athletic Justice cries out for recognition of linemen. Why not have the offensive line link arms and boogie like the Rockettes for a few seconds after every touchdown and long gainer?
By Michael Barnett
To argue that the Supreme Court has complete control over the success or failure of a movement is to say that the movement has done nothing but focus on nine people. What if those nine people were suddenly a different nine? Using this “logic,” perhaps the entire movement, until that point, would have to be considered a waste.