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Monday, December 11, 2006

Redirect

I have long since left this blog. I have relocated to Falling Dominos.

Sunday, July 09, 2006

Pro-Life Gets Shot Down in CT

Connecticut Attorney General and Democratic state legislator Richard Blumenthal sent a letter to the CT Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Commissioner strongly encouraging him to reconsider a "Choose Life" license plates for The Children First Foundation because the group has "negligible, if any, 'operations' in Connecticut, much less a base of operations in this state." Even more astonishing, the DMV Commissioner agreed to review.
Ok, this is clearly a democratic ploy to get the "Choose Life" liscense plate off the back of cars. The plate didn't get rejected, but still, why not go after the "Save the Trees" liscense plates the have no strong "operations" in our state? Also, who agrees on what counts as "strong operations?" The possibly opinionated DMV Commissioner? Anyone should be allowed to say anything on their plate. If I want to vocalize my opinion on my plate, why should I have to choose through a group of plates created by groups that have a major footing in my state?
The Children First Foundation does have a huge role in my state. The groups founder, Elizabeth Rex, was able to produce letters applauding the work of the group from major Connecticut leaders, including Richard Blumenthal. Then again, he only applauded their uncontroversial adoption organization, not their Pro-Life liscense plates. He seems to only give out free speech on his terms.
According to Thomas Jefferson, that is not free speech.

Thursday, July 06, 2006

Blogging: It has Its Costs

Blogging can be fun, especially if you cover a subject you really enjoy, like politics for me. I enjoy blogging because it keeps me up to date with what is going on in the world.
Unfortunately, there are very messed up people in this world. These people enjoy taking on false identities and writing sick anonymous comments. Unfortunately for these people, their true identity can be discovered easily, by use of an IP address. These people don't understand the ability of computers. These people will not return to my site if they wish to keep their identity concealed. Thank you.

Monday, July 03, 2006

The Fourth of July

In America, 364 days a year are spent arguing politics, debating the war, and occasionally, fighting. There is one day a year that I spend admiring my country. I look around, and everyone is at peace. It is a day that I realize what the founders of our nation fought for, and what every soldier has died for in our history. It is a day to reflect on our history and country. In my town, every person, from 5-105, goes down to the beach and watches fireworks crack over the water. While we all acknowledge that this is a social event for everyone, it is also a time to show patriotism. All the talking stops, and the beach goes silent with awe as the fireworks light up the night sky.
It is nice to know that everyone recognizes, at least one day a year, that this country is great. Liberals and conservatives alike wave the star spangled banner out their car window, butchering the lyrics to "America the Beautiful." We saved the world from Nazi control. We have spread democracy to many nations in the time of our exsistence. And we are not French.


Happy 4th everyone!

Poll of the Week - Midterm Elections

Who do you honestly think will come out of the midterm elections with the advantage? Please vote honestly, not just for your party.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Separation of "School" and State?

Click on the title for a link to a story about such a situation.
Certain federal programs, such as the Cybersecurity unit, are operating out of college institutions and managing contracts with them. While this may seem harmless, the precedent it sets is wrong. Should the government run its federal programs out of private institutions? No.
The government is made to act as a governing body over private organizations and individuals. If a private institution directly aids the government by providing benefits such as land and facilities, there is a very probable chance that it will receive benefits in the future from the government, and suddenly, you are looking at a corruption issue.

Short but to the point, this is the way my posts will be from now on.

Monday, June 26, 2006

Poll of the Week - Clinton

If Hillary Clinton ran in '08, knowing what you currently know, would you vote for her?

Saturday, June 24, 2006

Coast to Coast Run Coming Up

I told you about the coast to caost run for cancer my english teacher is doing. That run starts on July 1. If you want to donate to the cause, click here. Thank you for your support, every dollar counts.

Abortion - A Short Story

I will post this article every once in a while to get my point across.

There was a woman Pennsylvania who would be getting married in several months. She and her fiance were living together and the woman discovered she was pregnant. This was not very important at the time, because the woman planned to get married.Unfortunately, her fiance became too distressed with the situation and didn't feel he was ready to get married and raise a child. The man left her, leaving the woman with a huge problem: a baby. The woman was left with only two financially possible options: have an abortion or put the baby up for adoption and wonder what happened to the child she never knew....


If the woman had an abortion, you would not be reading this article.

Spreading the Good News

Sorry I have been gone for a while, I was on vacation.

We have found Weapons of Mass Destruction. Now, Bush lied? Richard, are you so sure about that? Click on the title for a link to an article. What I love most about the situation is that it can't be found in the New York Times or CNN, because, of course, they would never admit that Bush is right.
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