87% of Jewish Vote Went Democrat

According to an article in YNet News, over 87% of registered Jewish voters cast their ballots for Democrats during the recent election… Needless to say, I now know the feeling of being a minority within a minority.   However, I will

Anything Positive From the Elections?

The Michigan Civil Rights Initiative (MCRI) passed overwhelmingly, 58% to 42%. The MCRI bans “affirmative action”–that is, discrimination on the basis of race and sex–in public higher education and government contracting. Victory in Michigan is especially sweet, since it was

Vote… I Did!

As they say in Chicago, “vote early and often”… Since I’m a frequent traveller and I like the convenience of voting at home, I typically use an absentee ballot.  I’ve had a few people ask me how I intend to vote on

Troops Ask John Kerry for Help

If you haven’t heard about the latest gaffe from John Kerry, you probably haven’t read the papers or watched television in the last day or so…  Scott Morris contributed this great photo that has the troops making a mockery of

Democrats and Middle East Policy

According to our least favorite news and gossip source, CNN: “Arab governments are looking for change in U.S. policy in the Middle East after the midterm elections… One thing they hope for is that a politically weakened President Bush would talk

What is a “Progressive”?

What do you think it means when a group of people elect to change their well-known moniker or label?  If you haven’t noticed, Democrats that heretofore were known as “Liberals” now refer to themselves as “Progressives”.   You can read about

The Twelve Rules of Christmas

With all of the controversy around separation of church and state, the Rutherford Institute has defined what they consider as the “Twelve Rules of Christmas” for what can or cannot be done in terms of celebrating the holiday: 1. Public