Monday, July 31, 2006

China Preparing for...

I've always been weary and skeptical of China and with every passing day, I believe that China is plotting for aggression. Constantly they threaten the West, they have been proven of genocide, they support communist countries, and are no friends of democracy. We consistently feed this sleeping giant with our massive trade deficits, MFN status, and a blind eye from our government.

Now, as China prepares for war, they show signs of true preparation. Shanghai, has just finished building an underground bunker sufficient to support 200,000 civilians from a nuclear blast.

Cited here, the article goes on to say:

The million-square-foot complex connects to shopping centers, office buildings, apartment buildings and the subway system via miles of tunnels, the Shanghai Morning Post said in an exclusive report.

The newspaper said the complex has water, electricity, lighting, ventilation and protective doors, and can support life for as long as two weeks.

This just goes to show that China is aligning their chess pieces, preparing for war while we are blind by low, low prices and liberal acceptance.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Nyah, Nyah, Nyah, Nyah!

There's been a lot of action in the press this week and I a whole lot I'd love to talk about. Instead, I'll cover the action on Page 2 of the news because this is what the press doesn't want you to hear.

Yes, there are some news agencies that cover the facts and this one seems to be rubbing it in. Advertising Age, a resource for marketers, covers the facts of 'da biz' and in this case, there gabbing about the WSJ. As some of you might know, their readership is at an all time low and with that said, they are reaching for desperate measures. I've linked them both and the titles summate it all:

'Wall Street Journal' to Sell Ad Space on Front Page

Imagining the Day When the WSJ Print Edition Folds

It just goes to show, when you print crap, you make crap. The NY Times, the parent company of the WSJ, is feeling the backlash of their lies.

Tuesday, July 18, 2006


I've heard of sleeping with the enemy but this is ridiculous. You saw it here first and now its getting bigger...

Two of the most public people in the world had a chummy breakfast yesterday, but media mogul Rupert Murdoch and Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) tried to keep their political get-together as secret as possible.

There were no Fox News cameras to record the odd couple breaking bread together at Murdoch's News Corp. headquarters in midtown, where, after years of attacking her, the conservative Murdoch hosted a fund-raiser for Clinton's Democratic Senate campaign.

The campaign refused to even confirm the time or location of the controversial fund-raiser. No estimate of the take or number of people who attended was released.

You can read the full story here at the New Your Daily News.

Kos = Hitler?

Eric Simonson points out some great facts in a recent post equating the current day Kos to Hitler after WWI. Here's just a little smidget:

Fueled by bitter resentment and radical partisanship Kos sees not a political contest between opposing viewpoints but true mortal enemies to defeat at any cost. Fringe groups like the Nutroots need scapegoats on which to justifying their need for power. Thus the vast right-wing conspiracy is blamed for destroying the earth, creating poverty, treason, just about anything you can think of.

You can read the rest here.

Two Words: Super - Tastic

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Yesterday's News

Sorry I'm behind on posting, commenting, and my blog's upkeep but I've been truly busy. However I had to post this even though it is a few days late. There are true important parts about this story. The substance is definitely important but more important is the lack of coverage in the United States.

Kind of ironic how foreign countries that support our president and the US will cover stories that support our president and the US. This article was reported in Australia by the left-leaning Yahoo! news...

Satellite photos detect activity at NKorea missile bases: report

Monday, July 10, 2006


Call this what you will but I smell something funny. Sometimes you'll see people rubbing elbows that you'd call an odd couple but I think this is a little drastic...

Newsmax reports...
Relations between ex-president Bill Clinton and executives at the Fox News Channel's parent company may be starting to thaw, with Clinton set to address a News Corp. gathering this summer at the invitation of company chairman Rupert Murdoch.
According to the New York Observer, however, Clinton has just accepted Murdoch's invite to speak at the Pebble Beach Golf Club in August.
Why would the ex-president be hobnobbing with the Democratic Party's version of the Great Satan?
"We have a good relationship with the former president," a News Corp spokesman explained to the Observer.
The company's relationship with Hillary Clinton has also apparently improved. Mrs. Clinton turned up at a Fox News 10th anniversary party in Washington, D.C. last week.

Which leads us to what the Free Republic says...
Now, the specter of an alliance between Mrs. Clinton and Mr. Murdoch - two of the most powerful and guarded figures in the world - is beginning to whet the appetites of the chattering classes.
At the moment, the two speak of each other (through surrogates) in notably similar terms: "Senator Clinton respects him and thinks he is smart and effective," said a spokesman for Mrs. Clinton, Philippe Reines.

"Rupert has respect for her political skills and for the hard work that she's done as a Senator," said an executive vice president at News Corp., Gary Ginsberg.
Other evidence is still a bit lean. Lunch has been taken at News Corp.'s midtown headquarters, friendly noises have emanated from the New York Post's editorial page, and Mr. Murdoch has retained a key advisor to Mrs. Clinton, Howard Wolfson.

Call me crazy but I smell something fishy. First, Slick Willy is now buddy-buddy with H and now this? Makes you wonder...

HT: Steve Malzberg

Thursday, July 06, 2006

Excuse the Mess

Currently, I'm trying to upgrade my site with a new header. I created this rough copy myself but it obviously needs some work (sizing and aesthetics). In the meantime, I'm going to leave it up while I work on the final copy. Bear with me during this transition.

I'm also considering a name change - too many people mistake me for being a Neo-Con before they read my posts. I think the new banner design will actually have my old name and a FKA with Neo-Con Tastic. I'm not quite sure though, it might be a little too hard to part with.

Any suggestions or ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Monday, July 03, 2006

The American Creed

"I believe in the United States of America as a Government of the people, by the people, for the people, whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed; a democracy in a Republic; a sovereign Nation of many sovereign States; a perfect Union, one and inseparable; established upon those principles of freedom, equality, justice, and humanity for which American patriots sacrificed their lives and fortunes. I therefore believe it is my duty to my Country to love it; to support its Constitution; to obey its laws; to respect its flag, and to defend it against all enemies."

HT: The City Troll

And to think, some of you people voted for this liar.

NY Slime is Still Crossing the Line

Now, the NY Times is advertising where our government officials live, even pointing out security cameras of the premises. This article goes into detail about the residences of many top-level government officials, zeroing in on Rumsfeld's house. Another massive security breach, the NY Times is completely disrespecting this administration and any relevant security issues. What would happen to the NY Times if something happened to Rumsfeld's house? Undoubtedly nothing as no one seems to care.

In related news, the NY Times is trying to cover their asses in regards to the terrorist-financing program that they reported on last week. Breitbart covers it in detail here quoting Bill Keller, the executive editor of the Times. I've taken quotes from the article and posted them so you can read the idiocy of Keller's statements.

"I don't think the threshold test of whether you write about how the government is waging the war on terror is whether they've done something that's blatantly illegal or outrageous," Keller said. "I think you probably would like to know what they're doing that's successful as well."

Here's a good one:

"But this was a case where clearly the terrorists or the people who finance them know quite well, because the Treasury Department and the White House have talked openly about it, that they monitor international banking transactions. It's not news to the terrorists," he said.

And the icing:

"I mean, it's an election year. Beating up on The New York Times is red meat for the conservative base," Keller said. "But I don't think this is all politics. I think the administration is a little embarrassed. This is the most secretive White House we've had since the Nixon White House."

These quotes were all in defense of the article written last week but what I think is more important is the tone of voice. It's obvious that Keller isn't very fond of the White House and this is true bias. He claims on one hand that the NY Times is just reporting factual stories while on the other hand; he insults the administration and lies about the level of "secrecy."

Does anyone read this garbage?

HT: Drudge Report