What I Believe
My political outlook currently includes the following planks: oppose the false man-made global warming movement; completely (morally and financially) support the War on Terror; opposing a national health-care system that will quickly bankrupt the country; full funding of the US military, especially anti-missile defenses and the Airborne Laser (ABL); firm support of 1st and 2nd amendment rights; pre-emptively moving against nations that are ready to declare war on the United States (specifically Iran and Venezeula); a change from current TSA security measures to a greater focus on individualized profiling instead of mass-sweeps and restrictions (grandmas don't blow up airlines); defunding of abortion on a nation-wide level (let the individual states decide); real immigration reform which starts with building a border fence (Saudi Arabia, India, Israel, and our southern neighbor Mexico have them and they work); make English the official language of the United States; close down sanctuary cities; stop illegals from using public services or receiving welfare; allowing more freedom in this country (more individual freedoms not less); stop efforts to keep religious people from exercising their political rights by loonies on the Left; and oppose forcing young school children to view homosexuality, bisexuality, and transsexuality in a positive light (parents get to decide what their children are taught, not anyone else). I am proud of these beliefs :)
Executed for Using a Cell Phone
A new report from a South Korean think tank has charged that the regime of North Korean “Dear Leader” Kim Jong-il has stepped up the number of public executions for cell phone users and those who circulate foreign information within the Stalinist State. While North Koreans are officially banned from communicating with the outside world, the Associated Press cites the study as saying, many still dare to listen to foreign news and use cell phones through Chinese communication networks.
Muslim Rebels Whacked in Philippines
Military cooperation between the United States and the Philippine government over the past two years has made major headway in rooting out one of the region’s most dangerous terrorist groups, the al-Qaeda-affiliated Abu Sayyaf. The Wall Street Journal reports that the return of U.S. forces to the island nation in 2005 provoked concerns among locals, but the results have been marked; Abu Sayyaf has weakened noticeably and the threat of terrorism has receded in the country’s Muslim-dominated south, once notorious as a breeding ground for terrorists. With help from the U.S., the Philippine army has forced the group into remote corners of Jolo and whittled its active membership – which stood at over 2,000 just six years ago – down to some 300 guerrillas. Officials credit this success to a combination of military training and sophisticated intelligence technologies provided by the Pentagon to the Philippine military. U.S. involvement extends further, however, with Washington providing financial and community support to help revive the local economy and improve public perception of the West. However, the U. S. experience in the Philippines "isn't a universal model for the war on terror," warns Col. David Maxwell, the commander of U.S. forces in the Philippines. Rather, "it's a model of how to aid an ally which is dealing with terrorism."
Daily Ann Coulter Quote: "Liberals are driven by Satan and lie constantly."