Daily Archives: June 21, 2010

Enough already with the political prayer

In case you hadn’t heard, the Louisiana senate unanimously declared Sunday, June 20th, a “Statewide Day of Prayer” for those affected by the massive oil spill.  Really, you have to read full text of Senate Resolution No. 145 to get … Continue reading

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Guilty and 100 times more

Apparently Faisal Shahzad is making it easy for the American court system–and, ironically, validating the notion that American citizens who commit crimes of terror are CRIMINALS and not soldiers or “enemy combatants” (whatever that means).  The would-be Times Square bomber … Continue reading

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