Saturday, October 27, 2007

Reaction To President Bush's Support For Illegal Alien Rapsit/Murderer

Michigan Redneck wrote a truly moving post on this disgraceful betrayal by President Bush.

Does International Law trump US Criminal Law?

This is sick, sick, sick and just plain old sick! The Glenn Beck email update from Thursday just came to me this morning. Normally if emails from a news source comes late I usually delete it. This time I opened it. What was included in the email, that I will include in this post, is not Glenn Beck's words but the words of Jerome R. Corsi, Ph.D. Please read this. Read about what our President is up to. Read what some sick bastards did to some innocent young girls. read about how President Bush wants to help...the bastards, yes, I said the bastards. He wants to help them, not the familie of these innocent girls! [read more]

Here was my initial take when I first learned of this inhuman, rape and slaughter of two teenage girls only 14 and 16 years old. I cannot describe to you how angry, disgusted and sick to my stomach I was when I read what happened to these innocent girls. When my wife and I first started looking into crimes committed by illegal aliens we were instantly shocked by the brutality and sheer number of them.

To be perfectly honest with you, we stopped researching because I could no longer take reading how young and brutalized the victims tend to be. That is why our current leaders are an utter disgrace and failures. One duty the Constitution does clearly spell out is that the Federal Government's duty is to protect it's citizens. All this Congress and President are interested in is protecting the rights of illegals by pushing amnesty that would have covered gang members and other criminals who could never have been weeded out from such a massive, general amnesty.

Lou Dobbs Cheap Farm Labor

NASA To Search It's Archives On 1965 UFO Crash

I believe that even if they do release anything it will probably be heavily redacted and worthless, but I still find these stories exciting.

WASHINGTON (Oct. 27) - NASA has agreed to search its archives once again for documents on a 1965 UFO incident in Pennsylvania, a step the space agency fought in federal court. The government has refused to open its files about what, if anything, moved across the sky and crashed in the woods near Kecksburg, Pa., 40 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. [read more]

Wisconsin Defeats Indiana 33-3

This was a great game today. Our defense finally showed up. It should also give us some momentum as we head to tough games with Ohio State and Michigan.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) -Backup Lance Smith ran for two touchdowns after P.J. Hill left with an injury, helping Wisconsin to a 33-3 victory Saturday over Indiana and extending the Badgers' home winning streak to 13 games.

Hill, the nation's ninth-leading rusher at 126.1 yards per game, scored a touchdown and ran for 57 yards on 12 carries before leaving the game in the first quarter. The team said he had a ''lower-leg injury.'' [read more]

Democrat Controlled Congress Over Worked?

What do you know the do-nothing, Democrat controlled Congress to work even less. Here is a pretty good article that I found in the New York Times. [click here]

Pre Game Report

Here is this week's pre game articles on my teams.


UNC-Wake Forest Facts and Figures

By Adam Powell, Associate Editor –

What are some of the main storylines heading into North Carolina's key ACC matchup with Wake Forest? Take a closer look at some of the facts and figures surrounding the 103rd all-time matchup on the gridiron between the Tar Heels and Demon Deacons. [Read More]


The Fighting Irish have this week off, but here is an article to help pass the time.

Clausen, Irish hungry to turn things around

By Brian Hamilton

Tribune staff reporter

October 24, 2007
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Among the priorities on Jimmy Clausen's return to California this weekend is a visit to the local In-N-Out Burger, and you could not order a more fitting stop.

What place more aptly encapsulates the Notre Dame quarterback's debut season than In-N-Out? And what better salve for some double trouble than a Double-Double? [Read More]


Badgers welcome Hoosiers

By Chris Lindeke, The Daily Cardinal

October 26, 2007

(CSTV U-WIRE) MADISON, Wis. -- The Wisconsin football team looks to snap a two-game conference losing streak this Saturday as it welcomes Indiana to Camp Randall Stadium for the 100th Homecoming game in school history.

The Badgers (2-2 Big Ten, 6-2 overall) enter the weekend following a 44-3 home trouncing of Northern Illinois last Saturday. Sophomore tailback P.J. Hill led the Badger offense with 184 yards rushing and two scores, while the defense surrendered just 99 yards of total offense to the Huskies.

Head coach Bret Bielema was pleased with the team's response following a pair of demoralizing Big Ten road losses that all but eliminated the team from conference title contention and a Jan. 1 bowl game. [Read More]


Penn State visit from No. 1

Primed for rare battle

Wednesday, October 24, 2007
By Ron Musselman, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Despite its storied football tradition, Penn State sports only a 4-9 record in games against the country's top-ranked team, including 4-7 under coach Joe Paterno.

When No. 1 Ohio State chugs into Beaver Stadium Saturday night, it will mark just the second time in 121 seasons that Penn State has played host to the top-ranked team. The only other occasion it happened was in 1989, when No. 1 Notre Dame beat the Nittany Lions, 34-23. [Read More]

New Leadership To Reunite The Family

For a long time I have felt that the Republican Party has squandered the opportunities they have had to win over minority voters. Well that is changing. Governor Huckabee is not only reaching out to minority voters, but he has a proven track record of it. We have a clear choice in this election. We can either keep with the same old elitist leadership or we can support good men like Governor Huckabee and Michael Steele. Here is an interesting video showing that Rudy Giuliani would just continue the closed minded policies of the past.

JC Watts wrote a great article on this issue that you can find here.

Founding Fathers Quote

The way to have safe government is not to trust it all to the one, but to divide it among the many, distributing to everyone exactly the functions in which he is competent....To let the National Government be entrusted with the defense of the nation, and it's foreign and federal relations..... The State Governments with the Civil Rights, Laws, Police and administration of what concerns the State generally. The Counties with the local concerns, and each ward direct the interests within itself. It is by dividing and subdividing these Republics from the great national one down through all it's subordinations until it ends in the administration of everyman's farm by himself, by placing under everyone what his own eye may superintend, that all will be done for the best.

Thomas Jefferson


October 26, 2007

LITTLE ROCK, AR – A second Rasmussen Research Poll of likely Republican primary voters released Friday shows Mike Huckabee continuing to gain momentum nationally, surpassing Mitt Romney in the polls and coming within striking distance of John McCain

Today's Rasmussen poll numbers show Rudy Giuliani leading nationally with 20%, followed by Fred Thompson at 19%, McCain at 14%, and Huckabee at 12% -- surging past Romney, who has 11%.

"What we're seeing is the power of message over money and mechanics," said Huckabee. "Our supporters are enthusiastic because they believe in my conservative message."

While the other so-called "top tier" candidates have spent millions of dollars, Huckabee's campaign has spent just $1.5 million dollars, he said.

Huckabee said he will discuss the campaign's momentum and other topics during an exclusive interview on CNN's "Late Edition" with host Wolf Blitzer on Sunday at 12 noon ET.

In other good news, last week's Rasmussen Reports poll of the Iowa Republican Caucus for 2008 found Huckabee virtually tied for second place Thompson in Iowa . His 5:1 victory in the on-site "Values Voter" poll last Saturday also reflects growing support for the former Arkansas governor.

In fact, Huckabee's popularity has risen steadily since the summer, particularly since his strong showing in the Aug. 11 Iowa Republican Party Straw Poll. Support for the other GOP presidential contenders who were included in a Des Moines Register poll taken last May has essentially remained the same or eroded.

Media Advisory: Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee to be a Guest on CNN’s Late Edition on Sunday, October 28, 2007 at Noon

October 26, 2007

LittleRock, AR – Presidential Candidate and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee will be a guest on CNN’s Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer on Sunday, October 28th at Noon ET / 11:00 a.m. CT to discuss presidential politics and Huckabee’s recent rise in the polls.

News Release: Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee Response to Wall Street Journal Column

October 26, 2007

Little Rock, AR – Presidential Candidate and Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee wrote the following letter to the editor of the Wall Street Journal in response to Friday’s column by John Fund:

To the Editor:

John Fund’s view of my ten-and-a-half-year record as governor of Arkansas and my vision for America’s future (“Another Man from Hope, Who is Mike Huckabee?”) calls for me to set the record straight.

It’s important to note that every living Republican in Arkansas who has been elected to either a statewide or a federal office has endorsed my candidacy. I’m grateful for their support and proud that in 1998, I received the largest percentage of votes ever received by a Republican gubernatorial nominee in Arkansas, and that Arkansans re-elected me to another four-year term in November 2002.

I am even prouder that, throughout my tenure as governor and lieutenant governor of Arkansas, I campaigned tirelessly for countless Republican candidates for the state house and federal office – and even helped get some elected.

As governor, I pushed through the Arkansas Legislature the first major, broad-based tax cuts in state history — a $90 million tax relief package for Arkansas families; led efforts to establish a Property Taxpayers' Bill of Rights; and created a welfare reform program that reduced the welfare rolls in the state by almost 50 percent. We also doubled the standard deduction to $2,000 for single taxpayers and $4,000 for those who are married. In total, I led the fight to cut taxes and fees over 90 times during my ten-and-a-half years as governor, saving the people of Arkansas almost $380 million. When I left office, Arkansas had over $800 million in state surplus.

One of my proudest achievements as governor was signing legislation creating ARKids First – creating health insurance coverage for more than 70,000 Arkansas children who otherwise might have gone without. I am firmly committed to finding a way to provide health care and a better education for America’s children, who hold the key to our nation’s future. Unfortunately, there seems to be a serious misunderstanding about my SCHIP comment at a recent presidential debate.

I was not criticizing President Bush’s veto as a matter of policy, but as a matter of politics. I fully believe that Bush should have negotiated a compromise and not let it get to the point of a veto. Bush indicated he was willing to spend more than the $5 billion he originally proposed, but less than the $35 billion the Democrats pushed through, so there was clearly room to negotiate. In no way do I support spending an additional $35 billion, or moving two million children from private insurance to government insurance, or letting SCHIP be a step on the path to socialized medicine.

I believe that we must be good stewards of our environment and support many paths to reducing our emission of greenhouse gases, such as more nuclear power and alternative sources of clean energy. As part of our overall effort, I also support a cap and trade system, which has worked well for reduction of sulphur dioxide emissions. However, I do not agree with those who want all allowances to be auctioned off because I believe that will create too great a burden on businesses. The alternative to cap and trade is a carbon tax, which I don’t support.

It is difficult to fully understand the institutional challenges of a Republican running for office in Arkansas. In 1993, when I was elected lieutenant governor, I was the fourth Republican to be elected to statewide office since Reconstruction. Students of Arkansas politics should talk to former U.S. Senator Tim Hutchinson, U.S. Rep. John Boozman or former Rep. Jay Dickey, all of whom support my candidacy for president, but none of whom is cited in Fund’s column, about these challenges.

Nevertheless, running for election and re-election, and more importantly, governing in an overwhelmingly Democratic state, prepared me to climb that next mountain: running for president and leading America with an optimistic vision and solid plans to successfully confront the complex challenges we face today.

Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.


Mike Huckabee
Presidential Candidate
Former Governor of Arkansas (1996-2007)

It's About Time

Friday, October 26, 2007

Founding Fathers Quote

For these blessings we owe to Almighty God, from whom we derive them, and with profound reverence, our most grateful and unceasing acknowledgments....That these blessings may be preserved and perpetuated will be the object of my fervent and unceasing prayers to the Supreme Ruler of the Universe.

James Monroe

Thursday, October 25, 2007

News Release: Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee Offers Words of Comfort to Victims of the California Wildfires

October 25, 2007

Little Rock, AR – Presidential Candidate and Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has issued the following statement in response to the deadly wildfires in California:

"I offer my thoughts and prayers to the people affected by the fires in California and to the firefighters and volunteers who are risking their lives to fight the blaze. The images of flames devouring homes and wreaking havoc on people's lives are just heart-breaking. I join President Bush and Gov. Schwarzenegger in reminding those who have been displaced that they are not alone and the people of this great country will do what we can to help them rebuild. This is an instance when government, both state and federal, should play a major role to assist the residents of the Golden State."

Huckabee Set A New Goal Of $1,034,487

Now we are talking! In a recent Email Mike Huckabee's campaign announced fundraising has raised through the roof and that they have had to raise their goal for October. The new goal is $1,034,487 by October 31 and everything says he will do it. Now that Huckabee is getting media attention, and donations are adding up, the attacks are coming out everyone is taking notice; not only is he top-tier, but he is a real threat to other candidates because he could win!

Founding Fathers Quote

No people can be bound to acknowledge and adore the invisible hand, which conducts the Affairs of men more than the People of the United States. Every step, by which they have advanced to the character of an independent nation, seems to have been distinguished by some token of providential agency.

George Washington

Catholic League News Release


Catholic League president Bill Donohue responded today to the latest news regarding Miller’s sponsorship of anti-Catholicism:

“The Miller Brewing Company and the Board of Directors of the Folsom Street Fair have both issued press statements this week apologizing for the offensive Last Supper poster that was used to promote the event. As such, they have insulted Catholics one more time. Let me be specific.

“The poster was the least offensive part of this Catholic-bashing forum. What was even more offensive was the sight of Christian symbols being sold at this Miller-sponsored fair as sex toys. The obscene and blasphemous names of these vulgar sex toys are so disgusting that no mainstream newspaper would print them. Then there was the incredible sight of a stripper and a man dressed as Jesus hoisted in cages above a Catholic church on a Sunday. This was done to provoke, taunt and insult Catholics. And who greeted everyone at the street fair? Men dressed as nuns Had they been dressed like Al Jolson—with blackened faces—they would have been run out of town as racists.

“The Folsom Street Fair news release on this subject shows how utterly clueless its officers are. It says, ‘The mission is to create volunteer-driven leather events that provide the adult alternative lifestyle community with safe venues for self-expression while emphasizing freedom, fun, frolic and fetish and raising funds to benefit charity.’

“To which I say: If your idea of a ‘safe venue’ ‘self-expression’ and ‘fun’ includes men being beaten with chains in broad daylight, men who masturbate in the street, and men who perform oral sex on each other in public—I have pictures of these acts—then spare Catholics of your ‘fun.’ Leave us out of it and you can do to each other whatever you want.

“The only thing Miller is worried about is its logo appearing on a poster for an event it could not possibly defend. Not until it pledges not to sponsor Catholic-bashing events will the Catholic League call off its boycott and its anti-Miller PR campaign. We’re like that proverbial fly who just won’t go away.”

Contact Miller VP Nehl Horton at

Kiera M. McCaffrey
Director of Communications
Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights
New York, NY 10123
212-371-3394 (fax)

Governor Huckabee Responds To Unfounded Attack

Now that it is obvious that Governor Huckabee can win the nomination he is being attacked from all directions. Most of these attacks completely distort the Governor's record and usually come from people supporting other candidates or from Democrats. The reason for a lot of this is that Governor Huckabee puts the people he serves first instead of blind loyalty to organizations and Party. In other words he is true change and that scares the elitists through out this country. Please take the time to read the Governor's article, it sets the record straight.

Huckabee Blogger Round Up

We have not got around to our Huckabee Blogger Round Up in a while, but there have been some outstanding posts lately so it is time for us to get back into it. Just a quick note, Mike Huckabee '08 has personalized several banners and if there isn't one there that you like, you can request a new one and he can usually design it in a day.

Minnesotans for Mike has a great article on where the Presidential candidates stand on gun control. [read more]

I think I'm Right All of the Time has a moving article on our latest Medal of Honor recipient. [read more]

Michigan Redneck did an interesting project and researched the meaning of Huckabee. [read more]

One Mom tackles Richard Land in her newest post. I agree with her position on this. [read more]

Fighting Irish Thomas has a great breakdown of Huckabee's recent victory. [read more]

Mike Huckabee '08 has an interesting post on an Independent's take of Governor Huckabee. [read more]

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Catholic League News Release


Catholic League president Bill Donohue commented today on the latest developments regarding the league’s protest of Miller beer:

“The Miller boycott has now reached a new level. In addition to the countless number of Catholics who have called us joining the boycott, we are now drawing the support of high-ranking members of the Catholic clergy, the Knights of Columbus in Illinois and New York and the Chaldean community in Michigan.

“Regarding the latter, there are now more than 50 businesses operated by Chaldean Catholics that have pledged to support the boycott. Led by Mike Setto, owner of Orion Keg & Wine Party Store in Michigan’s Lake Orion, many of these Chaldean store owners met last night with Miller representatives Paul J. Quasarano and Christopher Hudgens. For information about the efforts of the Chaldean community, see; a dozen Chaldean organizations have also joined the boycott.

“As I recently told a Catholic bishop, it is not enough for Miller to say it will not approve another anti-Christian poster like the one associated with the Folsom Street Fair. What we want is an end to Miller sponsorship of all anti-Catholic events. To wit: the Folsom Street Fair included (a) the selling of religious symbols as sex toys (b) the hoisting of a stripper and a man dressed as Jesus in cages above a Catholic church on a Sunday, and (c) the public mocking of nuns.

“We are not asking for much. Just as important, we will not settle for less. Any corporation that sponsors events that belittles people on the basis of religion is no better than one that belittles people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin or sexual orientation. Why this even has to be argued is testimony to the incredible double standard at play in our society.”

Contact Miller ace Julian Green at

Kiera M. McCaffrey
Director of Communications
Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights
New York, NY 10123
212-371-3394 (fax)

Fox News Debate Poll Results

Here are the results from our Fox News Debate polls:

How would you rate Fox News' handling of the debate?

Below Average 44%

Should never host another debate 23%

Average 17%

Above Average 10%

Excellent 5%

Total Votes: 115

Maybe Fox News should get a hint and conduct a fair and balanced debate instead of a liberal parade (SR).

Who do you think won the debate?

Mike Huckabee 31%

Fred Thompson 21%

Mitt Romney 17%

Tom Tancredo 10%

John McCain 9%

Ron Paul 7%

Duncan Hunter 3%

Rudy Giuliani 1%

Total Votes: 522

I think the other conservative candidates should just drop out and endorse Mike Huckabee (SR).

DREAM Act Fails!

We won! The DREAM Act was voted on and closure failed 52-44; the closure failed by 8 votes since 60 were needed. Even though we won this victory remember the battle is not over. The Democrats will come back quietly with another attempt to pass amnesty when they think we are tired of the fight or they can sneak it passed us all. Celebrate and keep watch for their next move.

Catholic League News Release


October 24, 2007

Catholic League president Bill Donohue commented today on the way the New York City Department of Education is misrepresenting court decisions on holiday displays in the schools:

“Bridget Kearney, an officer of the Ladies Order of Hibernians, recently received a letter from the New York City Department of Education that flatly distorts the truth about court rulings regarding holiday displays. Kearney wanted to know why New York City continues to allow menorahs and crescent and stars to be displayed in the classroom while banning nativity scenes. She was told that ‘the Department of Education’s policy regarding holiday displays permits the display of holiday symbol decorations with secular dimensions’ and that religious symbols ‘are prohibited.’ She was then informed that this policy ‘has been upheld in federal court.’

“What Kearney was told is a serious distortion of the truth. What happened is not debatable: a) the district court first ruled that because the menorah and crescent and star were secular symbols, they could—unlike the nativity scene—be displayed in the schools, and b) the circuit court ruled that the district court erred in declaring the Jewish and Islamic symbols as secular—it said that the New York City policy ‘mischaracterizes the menorah as a secular symbol’ and that the ‘same conclusion applies to the policy’s treatment of the star and crescent.’ The circuit court added that while New York City was not legally obliged to display a crèche (the Christian holiday was represented by a Christmas tree), it also said, ‘We do not here decide whether the City could, consistent with the Constitution, include a crèche in its holiday displays.’ The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal.

“In other words, New York City is allowed to display the Jewish and Islamic religious symbols and it is not prohibited from displaying nativity scenes. Thus, it is not the law that is standing in the way of equal treatment—it is the Department of Education. What we want is parity: if Jews and Muslims are allowed to display their religious symbols, it is nothing less than insulting to tell Christians to be satisfied with a secular symbol at Christmastime. I am requesting a meeting with the Schools Chancellor about this matter.”

ALERT! Stop the DREAM Act

Today is a very important day. We must all remember to contact our Senators and demand they vote no on the DREAM Act. We cannot afford to allow amnesty for illegal aliens to pass. Click here to find your Senator's phone number and make these very important calls. It only takes a few minutes and may be the only thing protecting your children's futures.

Celebrate American Sovereignty

Today is United Nations Day. Instead of supporting a bankrupt and corrupt organization like the UN, I ask all of you to join me in a day of prayer and thanks for this great and sovereign nation of ours. We truly only have this great country because of God's direct intervention and we will only keep it through his grace and mercy.

It seems that the United State's sovereignty is under attack from every direction. Part of it is that we appear weak and vulnerable to the enemies of this nation. We have allowed government to grow too large and have voluntarily given up too many freedoms. A lot of this has come about due to simple laziness. We have allowed ourselves to be run by corrupt and out of touch politicians simply because we did not want to be bothered with the responsibility of staying informed and involved.

Because we have become so conditioned to the government taking our freedoms many of us are now also willing to give up our national sovereignty to the UN and world courts. One of the latest assaults on that sovereignty is the Law of the Sea Treaty that would effectively give away our control of our own sea beds and shipping lanes. This is getting almost no coverage in the national news yet it will effect every citizen of this nation. Add to this the threat of the North American Union and we are facing the complete loss of our national identity; America would cease to exist.

I will admit, when I first started hearing about all of this I did not take it too seriously. However, after extensive research I could no longer deny the truth. Some are deliberately undermining this nation. Is it some massive conspiracy? No. It is mostly greed and even some misguided good intentions, but it is still a threat.

So join with me today in rededicating ourselves to the sovereignty of this great nation and take up the mantle of responsibility. Educate yourselves on the issues, hold your elected officials responsible, and bring this nation back to it's founding principles. Instead of celebrating United Nations Day let's celebrate American Sovereignty today.

Campbell's Clicks For Cans - Fight Hunger

If you like football and helping those in need here is a great way to help our your team and the hungry, while having fun. Every year Campbell's has the Clicks for Cans Drive. You vote for your team, get your friends and family to vote for your team and the winner's local food banks receive much needed help. You can click once a day and track your team's progress. Have fun! Share the link and feed the hungry.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Founding Fathers Quote

But what do we mean by the American Revolution? Do we mean the American war? The Revolution was effected before the war commenced. The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people; a change in their religious sentiments, of their duties and obligations...This radical change in the principles, opinions, sentiments, and affections of the people was the real American Revolution.

John Adams

The Dream Act For Illegals Will Be A Nightmare For Americans

ALERT! Tomorrow the DREAM Act is being pushed through the Senate, quietly and without review by committee. The Democrats are once again trying to force Amnesty down the throats of the American public. Different name and different approach, but the same devastating effect on America. A free ride and citizenship for illegals while our underprivileged children receive less and less. Every dollar spent on an illegals comes straight from the mouth of an American child.

Every day hard working American families find they just cannot make it without assistance, but when they apply are told they make too much money. However, illegals who don't claim their income or pay taxes are given hundreds of dollars worth of food stamps, medical care and educational benefits each month. Yes, they are applying and getting the benefits Americans are being turned down for!

Now the Dems want to give them free college, while most American children cannot attend due to finances or graduate deeply in debt. On top of that once they are 21 they can petition to bring their families to the US legally. This is a win, win for all illegals. Their children get to mooch off the backs of hard working Americans and they get to return to America legally and they get all of this because they broke our laws and illegally entered our country.

I cannot understand why the Dems are so hell bent on getting these illegals permanent status. They insist that this new voter block would vote for them. They are so blinded by the drive to win they cannot even see that most of these "new voters" have conservative values. When polled those who came here legally vote conservatively and are angry at the Dems for giving away a citizenship they had to work so hard for.

Tomorrow, October 24, we must all contact our Senators and demand that they put America first and protect our borders. Call for your Senators resignation if they refuse. Don't accept defeat, we can beat this again. When calling our Senators we found they are being absolutely blanketed by citizens angry and against the DREAM Act and demanding that the Senators vote no. Don't just call one office, call them all, their Washington DC office and their local offices.

Below I have outlined some key points that NumbersUSA has detailed on their site. Please take the time to read their information if you are already a member. If you are not a member yet sign up and join the fight for America's future.

The DREAM Act is a permanent rolling amnesty.

The DREAM Act allows illegal "teens" to petition for their parents, leading eventually to their aunts, uncles, grandparents and cousins:

The DREAM Act does not Protect Americans from Terrorists and Criminals:

The DREAM Act Offers Citizenship to Illegal Aliens Who Lack Good Moral Character:

The DREAM Act is Not Just for Young People:

The DREAM Act is a Big Amnesty:

The DREAM Act is Deceptive:

The DREAM Act is a Fraud Machine:

The DREAM Act is Unfair to American Students and Taxpayers:

The DREAM Act Puts Illegal Immigrants at the Front of the Line for Green Cards:

The DREAM Act Will Allow Dangerous Criminal Aliens to Remain At Large in the United States:

Blessing from Archbishop Edwin O'Brien

News Release: Chuck Norris Endorses Mike Huckabee for President

October 23, 2007

Little Rock, AR – Actor Chuck Norris, perhaps known best for his role in “Walker, Texas Ranger,” countless action movies, and his mastery of the martial arts, endorsed former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee for President on Sunday evening on his blog.
Norris stated in “My Choice for President” that, after considerable contemplation, he believes the “only one who has all of the characteristics to lead America forward into the future is ex-Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.”

“Part of our backward culture is reflected in the fact that we measure and value people by what they do, instead of first who they are. As a result, we nominate charisma, cast votes for articulation and repeatedly elect too many paper-thin corrupt politicians. Of course, I want a president who gets things done, but I first want one who has lived a life of integrity, commitment, truthfulness and respect. Mike is that man,” wrote Norris.

Upon hearing the news, Huckabee said he was “gratified and honored” to receive Norris’ powerful endorsement. “Although I’m a fan of Chuck Norris – and my wife is an even greater fan – we’ve never had an opportunity to meet each other. Obviously I look forward to remedying that quick.”

Norris wrote: “It’s not a coincidence that four out of the last five presidents we’ve had were governors because they proved their abilities, perseverance and heart for running our country by serving in those state capacities.

“His proven ability to cast a compelling vision, as he did while governor, that transcends party, ideology and class might enable America to unite and begin to heal, an especially important goal at this point in our history,” he wrote.

Norris concluded by urging “people to get off the bench and onto the playing field. If we are going to see a man like Mike Huckabee elected, it’s time to rally behind him, support him financially, pray for him daily and spread the word of his character, platform and experience,” he wrote.

The star of more than 20 films and the television series, “Walker, Texas Ranger,” Norris also is a New York Times best-selling author. A martial arts expert, he was the first man in the Western Hemisphere to earn recognition as an 8th degree Black Belt Grand Master within the Tae Kwon Do system. He has served as spokesman for the United Way and the Veterans Administration.

Tribute to Peter Pace

Chuck Norris Endorses Mike Huckabee

As a Chuck Norris fan I was please to see his endorsement for Mike Huckabee. His letter was well written, moving and a great comfort. I am so excited about the momentum Huckabee is gaining. With our prayers and the necessary donations not only can Huckabee win the nomination, but I believe he would blow the Democrat Nominee away in the General Election. The country is ready for a President who will secure our borders, protect our sovereignty and bring back prosperity for all. Mike Huckabee is the man who can do that and people are starting to take notice.

My choice for president

Posted: October 21, 20078:20 p.m. Eastern
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee

A short time ago, I wrote in jest about what I would do if I am elected president. Of course, that was written all in good fun.

Like most of you, over the summer and into the fall, I've been watching, listening, studying and praying about who could lead this country as our next president.

I won't leave you in suspense. Though Giuliani might be savvy enough to lead people, Fred Thompson wise enough to wade through the tides of politics, McCain tough enough to fight terrorism and Romney business-minded enough to grow our economy, I believe the only one who has all of the characteristics to lead America forward into the future is ex-Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.

Newt Gingrich called Mike "very effective … if Huckabee can find money, he will be dramatically competitive almost overnight." Bill Clinton called Huckabee the "only dark horse that's got any kind of chance … He's the best speaker they've got." There is even a pro-Huckabee swell rising among the younger generation. [read more]

Medal Of Honor For Navy Seal

This is the kind of stories the mainstream media should be focusing on. This is news! I would like to see more news on the good our men and women are doing overseas.

Medal of Honor Goes to Late Navy SEAL
Posted: 2007-10-22 23:04:47

WASHINGTON (Oct. 22) - The first Medal of Honor awarded for combat in
Afghanistan was presented Monday to the weeping parents of a Navy SEAL from Long Island, who gave his life to make a radio call for help for his team. [read more]

Monday, October 22, 2007

Republican Party Of Wisconsin Press Release

Questions for Kagen

October 22, 2007

MADISON – After spending months on the campaign trail pushing ethics reform, millionaire Congressman Steve Kagen’s constituents need some answers after reports of questionable campaign donations surfaced this weekend.

Records show Kagen’s four children, all listed as students, donated the maximum of $4,600 to his campaign on the last day of the reporting period in September. Even worse, this isn’t the first time. In 2005, three of Kagen’s children maxed out on the same day.

Under state and federal law, it is illegal to funnel money from one person to another for the purpose of making a political contribution.

“The Kagen’s must have found some well-paying work-study jobs on their college campuses because I don’t know of many students who have $4,600 in their bank accounts – let alone $4,600 they want to give to a political campaign. Steve Kagen’s constituents deserve some answers because this report raises serious questions,” said Mark Jefferson, Executive Director of the Republican Party of Wisconsin.

The Republican Party of Wisconsin asked the following questions of Congressman Steve Kagen:

• Whose money did your children donate to your reelection campaign – yours or theirs?

• If it was their money – how did they earn it as students?

• Was it a coincidence your children donated to your campaign on the same day?

• As a congressman who claims to hold the highest of ethics, did any of your children’s donations violate the law?

In a story by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Dan Bice, even Democrats said this report “smells of Dennis Troha” and his illegal family donation scheme. Troha was convicted of funneling money to his family who would then use the funds to make political contributions.

Jefferson said Kagen better start talking.

Founding Fathers Quote

They are not to do anything they please to provide for the general welfare, but only to lay taxes for that purpose. To consider the latter phrase not as describing the purpose of the first, but as giving a distinct and independent power to do any act they please which may be good for the Union, would render all the preceding and subsequent enumerations of power completely useless. It would reduce the whole instrument to a single phrase, that of instituting a Congress with power to do whatever would be for the good of the United States; and as they sole judges of the good or evil, it would be also a power to do whatever evil they please...Certainly no such universal power was meant to be given them. It was intended to lace them up straightly within the enumerated powers and those without which, as means, these powers could not be carried into effect.

Thomas Jefferson

Turkish/Kurdish aggression

Catholic League News Release


Catholic League president Bill Donohue explained the latest strategy for dealing with Miller’s sponsorship of anti-Catholicism:

“We’re not going away. After having sent the most unbelievable photos of decadent anti-Catholicism to all the priests, ministers, rabbis and imams in Milwaukee, we are now hitting the civic associations. Because there are so many, we are choosing a select group each week. Today’s mailing targets the following organizations:

· Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce
· Federation For Civic Action
· Greater Milwaukee Convention
· Visitor Information Center
· American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin
· Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin
· VISIT Milwaukee Corporate Office
· Community Development
· Sherman Park Community Association
· Community Enterprises of Milwaukee

“There will be ten more next week. And so on. We want all the leaders in Milwaukee—in both religious and secular circles—to know exactly the kind of Catholic-bashing event that Miller Brewing recently sponsored. We are looking for a pledge from Miller indicating that it will no longer sponsor public attacks on Roman Catholicism. Once that is achieved, we will cancel the boycott and the anti-Miller PR campaign.”

To contact Miller, write to Julian Green, spokesman, at, call 1-800-MILLER 6 or send a fax to 414-931-3732.

Kiera M. McCaffrey
Director of Communications
Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights
New York, NY 10123
212-371-3394 (fax)

There is nothing funny about President Hillary Clinton

Huckabee Stands For US Sovereignty While The Top-Tier Remains Silent

Here is a must read article, this is the sort of coverage the Huckabee campaign has needed and rightfully deserved.

Is Huckabee the Next Reagan?
By Cliff Kincaid October 21, 2007

Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee has seized on an issue―U.S. sovereignty―that could not only win him the Republican nomination for president but propel him into the White House.

The conventional wisdom is that the former Arkansas governor is starting to get traction because of his views on social issues. While that is undoubtedly a factor, it is also the case that Huckabee for several weeks has been hitting hard on the issue of restoring American sovereignty and resisting the advance of United Nations-led global government. Meantime, Rudy Giuliani, Fred Thompson, John McCain, and Mitt Romney have been tiptoeing around the issue, refusing to address or confront the problem that is on the minds of millions of Americans―the decline of America as a sovereign nation and the growing power of international institutions and foreign judges over our lives and destiny as a nation. [read more]

AIM Blows Lid Off U.N. Corruption Case - Law of Sea Treaty at Center of Scandal

October 18, 2007

WASHINGTON, October 18, 2007 -- Through an exclusive interview with a United Nations whistleblower, Accuracy in Media editor Cliff Kincaid has uncovered shocking allegations of corruption at the highest levels of the International Seabed Authority, one of the main institutions created by the U.N.'s Law of the Sea Treaty. The treaty is up for Senate ratification and could be voted on next week. Ratification would authorize the payment of millions of U.S. taxpayer dollars to the controversial U.N. bureaucracy.

Nithi Sam-Thambiah, a former senior staffer in the International Seabed Authority (ISA), tells Kincaid that he was fired for uncovering improper financial payments to top officials, including ISA Secretary-General Satya Nandan. Sam-Thambiah also tells Kincaid that he is willing to testify before the Senate about this corruption and will provide documentary evidence proving his charges.

He explains that, "…because of my capacity as chief of finance and administration, I had a better idea of what was going on and the payments that were being made. I was in an advantageous position because I saw the money coming in and where the money was going. And when I started looking into it, management got very uncomfortable."

Kincaid is urging the media to cover the allegations of corruption before the treaty is voted on and the U.S. finds itself subsidizing another U.N. bureaucracy mired in another financial scandal. He is also urging the American people to contact the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and their individual Senators as soon as possible so that a hearing can be held into the charges of fraud and mismanagement at the ISA.

Further details of Kincaid's interview with Sam-Thambiah are available in his report, "Blowing the Whistle on U.N. Corruption."

To arrange an interview with AIM editor Cliff Kincaid, contact Sarah Schaerr Norton at (202) 364-4401 ext. 107 or

Huckabee Wins The Fox News Republican Presidential Debate

Tonight's debate was one of the most lop-sided and biased debates I have ever watched. However, it could not stop the amazing performance I witnessed from Governor Huckbee. I cannot believe how well this man grasped foreign policy; from the assault on our sovereignty by the UN to the demoralization of our military should Hillary be elected. I also felt that by him not joining in on attacking the other candidates he showed real leadership.

I was horrified at all the soundbites this debate was going to produce for the Democrats. The Governor has people like us to attack his opponents so I am glad he did not dirty his hands. Though, Fox News very obviously tried to make this a three man race they failed miserably. I felt that Romney had an off night, he looked tired, and when Governor Huckabee got his precious few moments they were filled with such detail and hope as we have not seen recently in a politician.

I think when Governor Huckabee wins the nomination it will be this week that everyone points to as being where he won it; between the Value Voters debate, the Glenn Beck interview, and now the Fox News debate.

Wisdom From Huckabee

"We also must also stop the Law of the Sea Treaty because it gives away our sovereignty,"

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Mike Huckabee is "Clear Winner" of Republican Florida Debate

October 21, 2007

Orlando, FL - Former Arkansas Governor and Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee scored big points tonight during the first-in-Florida Republican Presidential debate in Orlando - proving that he is the "Ronald Reagan conservative" the party is looking for.

Invoking the spirit of Ronald Reagan's 11th commandment, Huckabee rejected the idea of attacking his fellow Republicans in the debate. "I'm not interested in fighting these guys - I want to fight for the American people," Huckabee said.

"For the first time in nine debates, I'll be more than happy to sit back and let them fight and shed each other's blood, while I run for president," he said.

"There are some real issues out there we need to be fighting for. One of them is the sanctity of human life - it's one of the core issues of our humanity and our civilization. When our founding fathers put their signatures on the Declaration of Independence, they said we have certain inalienable rights given us by our creator - and among these, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness - one of them being life - and I still believe that."

When asked about health care, Huckabee's signature issue - he said he would allow individuals to control their health care and the focus would be on prevention. "We don't have a health care system in this country, we have health care maze," Huckabee said. "We don't have a health care crisis - we have a health crisis."

"When 80 percent of the two trillion dollars we spend on health care goes to chronic diseases, if we don't focus on prevention, we'll never catch up." Huckabee said.

"The best way to deal with health care is not to turn it over to the government or entirely to the private sector, but to turn it over to the individual. I trust me more than I trust health care companies or the government," Huckabee said.

"I just want to remind you of something, when all the old hippies find out they get free drugs, wait to see what that costs us," Huckabee joked.

Huckabee also asserted that the G.O.P. needs to do a better job of reaching out to minorities. "We need to make sure that the G.O.P. is the most inclusive party because our message touches more people and helps more people climb up the next rung."

Huckabee said one subject that is "not funny" is the prospect of Hillary Clinton becoming President of the United States. Under that scenario, he said, "Taxes go up, health care becomes the domain of the government, spending goes up, and our military loses its morale. I'm not sure we will have the courage and the will and the resolve to fight the greatest threat this country has faced: Islamo-facism. We've got an enemy that wants to kill every last one of us. We cannot be soft, we must be strong."

"We also must also stop the Law of the Sea Treaty because it gives away our sovereignty," he said.

Huckabee also addressed the issue of the violence on the Turkish border. "As President, I would do two things: First, I would dispatch the Secretary of State to the area to convince Turkey not to go into Iraq, and second, I would have our military train and equip the Kurds to fight the PKK," he said.

"We don't have to put our military in harm's way but we also need Turkey to realize that there is nothing to be gained by crossing that border and creating another hostile situation," he said.

Founding Fathers Quote

What is to be the consequence, in case the Congress shall misconstrue this part [the necessary and proper clause] of the Constitution and exercise powers not warranted by its true meaning, I answer the same as if they should misconstrue or enlarge any other power vested in them...the success of the usurpation will depend on the executive and judiciary departments, which are to expound and give effect to the legislative acts; and in a last resort a remedy must be obtained from the people, who can by the elections of more faithful representatives, annul the acts of the usurpers.

James Madison

Former AR Governor Mike Huckabee to Host Blogger Conf. Call on Mon., 10/22 @ 6pm ET

October 21, 2007


Former Arkansas
Governor Mike Huckabee to Host a Blogger Conference Call on Monday, Oct. 22, 2007
at 6:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. CT

Little Rock, AR – Presidential Candidate and Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee will host a blogger conference call on Monday, Oct. 22, 2007 at 6:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. CT to discuss his first place showing in the on-site “Values Voter” Straw Poll in Washington D.C. and his strong performance at the Republican Presidential Debate in Florida.

To reserve a place on the call, please RSVP to by 5:00 p.m. ET / 4:00 p.m. CT on Oct. 22.