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On the President

After listening to much of the testimony from the 9/11 commission and then hearing the President’s press conference last night I am moved to bring up certain points. First and foremost, thank God we have a president that has some balls. We don’t need a politician, right now we need a fighter. I applaud President […]

What the Hell is an Atrocity?

I have seen the atrocities committed against the Iraqi prisoners in the Abu Ghraib prison. I have listened to the bombastic rhetoric from the Senators and Congressmen and Women as they each try to outdo each others descriptions of outrage and horror as they get their thirty seconds before the camera. Horror, torture, barbarism, inhumane […]

Nick Berg

Today I saw something that will stay with me for the rest of my life. I saw the cold blooded, bone chilling murder of Nick Berg. I’m not going to go over any of the details except to say that these cowardly bastards, so self righteous in their act are such cowards that they hid […]

Diplomacy Won’t Work

After seeing the recent outcome of events in Beslan, Russia even the most skeptical of liberals should have suffered a severe reality check. I was literally dumbfounded when in the early hours of the crisis the U.S. media was referring to the hostage takers as rebels, separatists and freedom fighters. What the Hell? They were […]

Do Terrorists Control The Media?

In the Arab world they seem to. I just want to make a subtle point here. The Al Jazeera Network is a mouthpiece for the movement of Islamic Terrorism. It is a propaganda machine and makes every effort it can to both bolster and congratulate Islamic terrorist actions wherever they occur, throughout the world. Anyone […]

Racial Profiling Right, Wrong or Necessary?

I have recently had the chance to be informed that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has documents officially stating that there will no racial profiling allowed in the searching of passengers going through the security screening process prior to boarding an airplane. WHAT?!!? Now, I know about individual rights and freedoms, and I know about […]

AT WAR

The famous battle offers lessons for us 60 years later. BY ARTHUR HERMAN Saturday, February 19, 2005 12:01 a.m. EST Sixty years ago today, more than 110,000 Americans and 880 ships began their assault on a small volcanic island in the Pacific, in the climactic battle of the last year of World War II. For […]

Iran and Syria – A Match Made in Hell

Iran is a terrorist state. Syria is a terrorist state. Now they’ve formed a pact to oppose the United States. Is this a marriage made in hell or what? As I mentioned in a previous editorial; the government of Iran is not to be trusted. No matter what they say, everything they agree to (on […]

CLOSE OUR BORDERS

If I were to steal someone’s credit card and use it to purchase something, I would be guilty of a felony and a federal crime. If I were caught, I would be prosecuted and put in jail. If I were to rob a bank I would be guilty of a felony, and a federal crime. […]

A Terrible Wake Up Call

I am so damned pissed off. I haven’t had time to write many pieces for “The Way I See It” lately and now I’ve got about 5 subjects that I’ve really gotten fed up with. I guess it’s time to speak again. However, the recent terrorist attacks in London have taken precedent over anything else […]