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Illegals Get The Loans

Competition for new customers is driving banks to offer home loans and other financial services to illegal immigrants -- and they are getting help from government agencies, such as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. The FDIC encourages banks to lend and invest in underserved markets regardless of customers' immigration status.

Politics of the Irrational Litmus Test

The "Politics of the Irrational" has come to town, and will be here for the next several months.

In the meantime, if you were a Democrat, you would not have read this far.  If you are a Republican, you may find some understanding in this not-understandable phenomenon!

John Kerry Accuses Bush Of Murder For Refusal To Supply Our Troops With Proper Armored Vehicles!

Karl:  This is a headline you WON'T see!  Why?  Because Bush is using Public Relations Technology the right way -- he has discredited Kerry from making this claim, partly because there is a failure, but it started with Clinton's failure, and carried over in a Military that was in the process of change, but the change couldn't be implemented quickly enough -- due to Democratic Congressional influence.  Read the preemptive news in the Wall Street Journal, March 19, 2004.

Why Do Democrats Call George Bush a Liar?

WSJ:  In the past week, stories about what President Bush knew about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction (WMD) have been appearing almost literally alongside stories of the efforts by many nations to produce or acquire a nuclear bomb.

Many Americans now believe, on the basis of repetition unto brainwashing, that President Bush more or less made up his reasons for going to war in Iraq, that his assertions about the Iraqi threat were fiction. This is why John Edwards, a U.S. senator, is willing to say the president's "integrity" as commander-in-chief is a legitimate election issue.

Simultaneously, A.Q. Khan, the "Father" of Pakistan's A-bomb, has become the world's most famous Asian. Khan stole the information needed to build a nuclear bomb for Pakistan. He entered the global marketplace, the "community of nations," and bought the highly engineered materials needed to manufacture the bomb: "They literally begged us to buy their equipment." He then went into business, until recently, selling atomic-bomb expertise to other nations. No one believes Khan is making any of this up.

Bay State Dems Seek Someone Named Ted Kerry

State Rep. William M. Straus, chairman of the Joint Committee on Election Laws, wants to block Governor Mitt Romney from appointing a fellow Republican to any vacancy that Mr. Kerry's election would create. Normally, an interim senator would have two years to serve and build up public support before having to face the voters on his or her own. Mr. Straus would instead leave the Senate seat vacant until a special election could be held to fill it, between 60 and 180 days after Mr. Kerry left office.

Peggy Newman's Challenge To The White House -- And You!

Proposed Bush Theme:  There were eight years of attacks on the US by those who wanted to weaken the military, and our intelligence agencies.  These were the people who would not confront evil, but wanted the so-called "international community" to use diplomacy with the enemy.  These appeasers may still be useful, but the truth is that only a strong and united America can lead the way to  peace for the planet.  During those eight years our foreign enemies gathered their resources.  After these eight years we had 9/11, and are awake.  There are still people and groups who are hostile to world peace and who have not been named, both foreign and domestic.  In the upcoming months I will be naming names and holding people and nations to account!  This is a new phase of the battle against evil.

Karl Loren's Take On The 2004 Election

It has never been politically correct to "blame the public" for the state of the union.  We sometimes say that "we get exactly the government we deserve!"  That comes close to "blaming" the public for the sad state of our affairs.

But, generally whether a person is liberal or conservative, they play homage to the untruth that we are in a democracy and that the majority will always be "right."

This is a myth.

The Empty Gesture:  A Fine Art Form In Politics

News:  Amid one of the biggest political crises in state history, California Gov. Gray Davis signed a bill this week designed to prohibit spam and penalizes advertisers and others who send unsolicited e-mail messages hawking sexual hankers, prescriptions, and other products.

Governor Gray Davis, on his way out, desperate for any semblance of legitimacy he can steal from his waning days, signed into law a so-called "tough anti-spam" law.  It was and is an empty gesture.

The Republicans’ circular firing squad -- Dick Morris, The Political Life, May 7, 2003

Fear Is The Basis For Government

Setbacks and Snubs For Blair -- The Hindustan Times, April 30, 2003

The Immorality of Political Apathy Among America's Fortunate Muslims

KARL VON CLAUSEWITZ:  "On War"

The Art Of War by Sun Tzu

 

         
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