Monday, October 31, 2005

Jerome Corsi "Black Gold Stranglehold" Guest On November 5th

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Jerry Corsi, Co-Author of "Black Gold Stanglehold" along with Craig R. Smith, President and CEO of "Swiss America" will be making his 8th appearance on "The Dickson/Chappell Report" on Saturday, November 5th.

Corsi, author of several books, co-authored "Unfit For Command" with John O'Neill (the Swift Boat Commander who was John Kerry's replacement.)

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Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Fr. Michael Scanlan, T.O.R., Scheduled October 29th

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Michael Scanlan, T.O.R., a versatile charismatic leader, is known today as a university president (The Franciscan University of Steubenville), television personality, ecumenist, author, innovator in Catholic education, and a leader of the "FIRE Team" (Faith, Intercession, Repentance and Evangelization.)

Author of such books as:"The Truth About Trouble: How bad times can draw you closer to God"

"Let the Fire Fall" - Fr. Mike defines the Catholic Charismatic (Pentecostal) Renewal.

"Appointment With God" - According to Fr, Mike, if you're too busy for God, you're too busy!

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Thursday, October 20, 2005

Entire 101st Airborne Deployed To Iraq (Or Iran?)

The 101st Airborne Division is once again answering the call to serve in Iraq.

Around 20,000 soldiers got their final briefing Friday afternoon at Ft. Campbell. It's been two years since the division was last deployed to Iraq.

Soldiers will board planes and be heading off Friday to do numerous duties, including helping train Iraqi law enforcement. Families took the afternoon to say goodbye.

This is just the 5th time in the history of the 101st that the entire division has been deployed all at once. The soldiers will be gone a year.


Monday, October 17, 2005

Mr. President: Withdraw Miers's Nomination !

Memo from Manny Miranda to Third Branch Conference Members:


"The launch of a new strategy today to focus on Ms. Miers's qualifications is another failed message. A nomination that invites a discussion of qualifications is a nomination that is in serious trouble. The last such high court nomination was Judge Carswell's. He was rejected by the Senate for being unqualified even though he was found to be "qualified" by the ABA. Two weeks ago I predicted what many conservatives would think about the Miers nomination, and I blamed it on a failed vetting process. I described the reasons why conservatives would feel betrayed."

"Two weeks later, the nomination's friends have been its worst enemies. But the reasons for the betrayal have not been addressed. Ms. Miers is still not the nominee that best represents the mandate that the President received from his supporters. This includes not just the Republican base, it most importantly also includes the Democratic swing voters who vote for Republicans for only one reason- the Supreme Court. Two weeks later, the president's nominee is not confirmable because her nomination invites both Democrats and Republicans to abandon their respective high grounds on the battle for the courts. It invites Republicans in the Senate and House to abandon their hopes for the 2006 election."

"The nomination should be withdrawn and the president should take a better second shot before he is further embarrassed.."

Manuel A. Miranda is former nominations counsel to the Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, and former senior nominations counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee. He chairs the Third Branch Conference, a national coalition of over 150 grassstop leaders.


Thursday, October 13, 2005

"American Girl" Partners With Pro-Abortion, Pro-Lesbian Group

Advocates warn parents of doll maker's partnership!

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In a related story, Senator Barak Obama (D-IL) attacks Pro-Life Groups for criticizing American Girl on Abortion:


Romans 1:28-32

"And just as they did not see fit to acknowledge God any longer, God gave them over to a depraved mind, to do those things which are not proper, being filled with all unrighteousness, wickedness, greed, evil; full of envy, murder, strife, deceit, malice; they are gossips, slanderers, haters of God, insolent, arrogant, boastful, inventers of evil, disobedient to parents, without understanding, untrustworthy, unloving, unmerciful; and, although they know the ordinance of God, that those who practice such things are worthy of death, they not only do the same, but also give hearty approval to those who practice them."



Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Will Gold Reach $1,000/oz Or Higher?

According to Richard Russell in Barron's Magazine the answer is "YES!" He explains that the Fed's easing of interest rates throughout the 90's created excesses in the supply of money - particularly the supply of money that was poured into housing.

He warned, "sooner or later the bubbles will burst, thrusting the U.S. economy into depression." His recommendation? "Hold cash and Gold." He said gold at $400 an ounce was "as cheap as dirt." Since then gold prices have climbed to 17 year highs, above $450 an ounce. Russell sees the yellow metal topping $1000 an ounce.

Another well-recognized analyst and gold expert, James Turk, made a similar claim, again in Barron's Magazine. However, Turk was even more optimistic. During the Barron's interview, Turk harkens us back to 1980 when gold hit an all-time high of $850 an ounce. He said "if you adjust that $850 for inflation and debasement of the dollar . . . that $850 becomes something more like $2005 an ounce."

High oil prices, high interest rates and soaring deficits are also very positive for gold. Then to top it off, there's the "China Effect." Only recently has China legalized gold ownership for its 1.2 billion citizens. Producer reports claim, this alone could double the shortfall in annual production and the price of gold.Yes, the bull market may be returning in a big way, but don't be surprised if this time it's in GOLD!

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Harriet "Beach or Stow?" Miers

It is one thing to drink the WH koolaid, but another thing to see the First Lady making it. Last week the ham fisted argument that the reaction to Harriet Miers arises of elitism and sexism was first road tested, and it is still sputtering along. Of course, more malicious are the spins that nominees removed their names from consideration (Owen did not, in fact) and that problems were discovered in their records. Certain assistant WH counsels have long been suspected of pushing that spin to favor other nominees, now we have proof that they are capable of it.

Below again is the list of mostly women, mostly Ivy League buzz nominees that would have been acceptable in principle to conservatives. You can see for yourselves what key characteristics these mostly women, mostly Ivy League short list nominees have.

Let me know if you can discern what qualities these mostly women, mostly non Ivy League potential nominees have that sheds light on the spin. And perhaps someone can tell the Koolaid makers why the characteristics of these mostly women, mostly non Ivy buzz nominees make them look like idiots, except perhaps to Matt Lauer and an uninformed audience. This kind of thing would have been apparent to the smart folks at FOX.

Janice Rogers Brown: Cal State, UCLA --- woman, not Ivy League
Michael Luttig, Washington and Lee, U. Va -- man, not Ivy League
Alice Batchelder: Ohio Wesleyan, Akron --- woman, not Ivy League
Priscilla Owen, Baylor, Baylor --- woman, not Ivy League
Edith Clement, Alabama, Tulane --- woman, not Ivy League
Emilio Garza, Notre Dame, University of Texas--- woman, not Ivy League
Maura Corrigan, Marygrove, Univ. of Detroit--- woman, not Ivy League
Karen Williams, Columbia College, Univ. of South Carolina--- woman, not Ivy League
Larry Thompson, Michigan State, U. of Michigan -- man, not Ivy League, no judicial record
Consuelo Callahan: Stanford, McGeorge School of Law--- woman, not Ivy League
Diane Sykes, Northwestern, Marquette --- woman, not Ivy League

Of all the buzz nominees, only two have an Ivy League connection:

Edith Jones, Cornell, University of Texas --- woman, not Ivy League law school
Sam Alito – Princeton, Yale --- sexist,, Ivy League

Third Branch Conference


Tuesday, October 11, 2005

John Hostettler (R-IN) Introduces HR 2679 To Defund the ACLU

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The ACLU is collecting millions of dollars in court awards when they seek to remove symbols of the Christian faith from society.

Recently, legislation was introduced by Congressman John Hostettler (R-IN) that would prevent secular organizations from collecting attorney fees after suing communities to remove the Ten Commandments, memorial crosses, Nativity scenes and more.

The Center for Reclaiming America is mobilizing 100,000 citizen petitions to present to Congress within the next 30 days urging lawmakers to support the Public Expression of Religion Act of 2005 (HR 2679).

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Friday, October 07, 2005

Former Senator Dan Coats to Guide Miers' Nomination

WASHINGTON — The White House announced Thursday that former Sen. Dan Coats (search) of Indiana and a respected conservative, will help usher Supreme Court justice nominee Harriet Miers (search) through the Senate.

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Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Pence Praises President's Call For Budget Cuts

Washington, D.C.

Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.), Chairman of the House Republican Study Committee, issued the following statement today in response to President Bush's call for Congress to reduce spending in order to pay for hurricane relief and reconstruction efforts:

"Today, President Bush laid out a bold vision for answering the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina with generosity and fiscal discipline. The President's call to reduce spending is of incalculable value to those of us fighting to respond to the needs of this disaster without raising taxes or adding to the national debt. With Presidential leadership supporting budget cuts to offset the cost of Hurricane Katrina, we are more confident than ever that a catastrophe of nature will not become a catastrophe of debt for our children and grandchildren."


Monday, October 03, 2005

Third Branch Statement on Harriet Miers

"The reaction of many conservatives today will be that the president has made possibly the most unqualified choice since Abe Fortas who had been the president's lawyer. The nomination of a nominee with no judicial record is a significant failure for the advisors that the White House gathered around it. However, the president deserves the benefit of a doubt, the nominee deserves the benefit of hearings, and every nominee deserves an up or down vote. Something has been left unachieved by the Miers nomination. A Republican president has yet to erase the stigma of the Robert Bork hearings and the David Souter nomination. The nomination of Harriet Miers has not rid us of the repugnant situation that a jurist with a clear and distinguished record will not be nominated for higher service. The nomination did not rid us of the apprehension of stealth nominees. We congratulate Ms. Miers."

The Third Branch Conference is a coalition of over 150 organizations nationwide.

"It is a very dangerous doctrine to consider the judges as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions. It is one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy."

Thomas Jefferson, letter, 1820