From the daily archives:

Monday, September 15, 2008

Sharia Law Creeping Across Britain

September 15, 2008

Over the past year, many sharia court decisions in the UK have been backed by the force of law. The legal justification is an Act of Parliament which permits courts to enforce arbitration decisions. On the surface, this justification is nothing extraordinary. Many legal systems, including our own, look favorably upon and even encourage alternative [...]

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Tina Fey as Sarah Palin

September 15, 2008

Perfect actress for Saraccuda by the way. Palin’s people responded:   “[Palin] thought it was quite funny, particularly because she once dressed up as Tina Fey for Halloween!” Awesome.

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Barack Obama, Meet Gianna Jessen

September 15, 2008

Gianna Jessen, survivor of a botched saline abortion on April 6, 1977, and her story are showcased in the recently launched ”Born Alive Truth” website with the help of Jill Stanek.  The site and the campaign are highlighting Obama’s horrid position on the Illinois Born Alive Infants Protection Act, which he did NOT support — that’s beyond pro-choice and [...]

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Looking Bad for Obama

September 15, 2008

It is beginning to look bad for Barack Obama.  The last three days of Rasmussen polling have John McCain at 49-50% for the first time since Obama became the presumptive Democrat nominee.  The Rasmussen poll is a 3-day rolling tracking poll of Likely voters, and the polling occured after the Sarah Palin interviews with Charlie Gibson.  As most political [...]

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Update: McCain and E-Mail

September 15, 2008

Last week, I wrote on the Obama Campaign’s reprehensible (or just plain stupid) ad attacking John McCain for not using a computer, which he cannot do easily due to war injuries.  ABC’s Jake Tapper has done a good piece documenting this, and it is worth the read.  Another post of interest, Michael Graham, a local [...]

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