Sunday, November 26, 2006


This update focuses on immigration. The recent elections sent a mixed message, with voters electing and defeating both good and bad, while restricting immigration via ballot initiative. Congress recently passed a law creating a border fence. The illegal invasion continues as Congress contemplates both border security and amnesty.

Mark Krikorian says Senator Mel Martinez misunderstands the election.
Pat Buchanan shows the election was not an endorsement of amnesty.
Michelle Malkin provides a realistic view of the border fence act.
Phyllis Schlafly asks whether a border fence will actually be built.
Ian De Silva shows liberals flooded America with third world immigrants.
Jerome Corsi writes that open borders undermine national security.
Ron Paul says birthright citizenship hurts America and should be ended.
Ron Paul says amnesty expands the welfare state, costing us billions.

Sunday, November 19, 2006

Money and Debt

This update focuses on money and debt. Government spending continues to expand. With the national debt growing out of sight, the government prints more money to alleviate it. This inflation of the money supply reduces the value of our money and makes us all poorer.

Will Grigg compares real money to government-printed paper money.
Lew Rockwell argues that monetary policy takes away our freedom.
Will Grigg explains how ballooning debt is affecting America.
Jim Rutz writes that the real national debt is 65 trillion dollars.
Ron Paul explains that inflation is a hidden tax on America.
Ron Paul explains how the Federal Reserve makes us poorer.
WorldNetDaily writes that the Federal Reserve is a fraud that rips us off.

Sunday, November 12, 2006

Election 2006

This POLITICAL UPDATE focuses on the 2006 election. Republicans lost badly at all levels. Voters rejected the corruption scandals, idealistic intervention in Iraq, profligate spending, and open borders. Voters rejected the Republican party, not conservatism.

Robert Novak summarizes the losses and explains the reasons for them.
Marc Rotterman says that conservatives should reject neoconservatism.
Ivy Sellers shows that voters rejected big government spending.
John Hawkins explains the factors that led to the Republican loss.
Pat Buchanan explains why voters rejected Republicans.

The election will impact several specific issues.
David Kopel explains the impact of the election on gun rights.
Gun Owners of America also analyzes the election results.
Mark Krikorian analyzes the impact of the election on immigration.
Stanley Kurtz says that marriage won on election day.

I analyze the results for the gubernatorial race, the Michigan Civil Rights Initiative, Michigan races, and local races.

Sunday, November 05, 2006


This update focuses on Islam. Tensions continue between America and the Muslim world. Islam continues to gain territory and converts. Terrorists cite Islam to justify their crimes. The debate continues whether Islam justifies terrorism and conquest.

Serge Trifkovic analyzes how the example of Mohammad guides Islam.
Robert Spencer writes that Islam demands death for apostasy.
Michelle Malkin asks how many Muslims support Jihad and suicide bombing.
William Jasper analyzes the threat from Iran and warns against appeasement.
John Gizzi writes that terrorists could control an independent Kosovo.
Pat Buchanan reviews Islam's long history of war against the West.
Don Feder gives ten reasons why Islam is not a religion of peace.
Terry Jeffrey writes that democracy can't stop Islamic terrorism.
The Brussels Journal shows that Islam is conquering Europe.