Showing posts from February, 2006


Jack Cashill's new book "Sucker Punch", which reveals how Muhammad Ali found God and became a Republican....

Muhammad Ali was changing in ways that few people saw or chose to see. He traces his hour of enlightenment to "around 1983." It was only then that he became a "true believer." Always more honest than the mythmakers around him, Ali sheds needed light here on his own reality. Before this moment, he confesses to biographer Tom Hauser, "I thought I was a true believer, but I wasn't. I fit my religion to do what I wanted. I did things that were wrong, and chased women all the time."

This should not have come as a shock. A majority of voters in 49 states – Massachusetts and New York included – voted for Ronald Reagan in 1984. An overwhelming majority of those Americans, like Ali, who both worshiped God and paid high taxes supported Reagan. In his devotion to God and in his avoidance of drink and drugs and even dance, Ali could have fit …


If you are like me and find yourself wondering over and over: how did the American black community find itself in the aimless position that it has found itself in today? Read this essay! Warning: this one is not for the queamish!

Written By: Emanuel McLittle
Published In: New Coalition News & Views
Publication Date: April 1, 2003
Publisher: The New Coalition at The Heartland Institute


Most people go through life dreaming of “making their mark”--that is, offering this world something that will last. Of course, Thoreau’s dictum that “most men live lives of quiet desperation” is as true now as it ever was. Over the past 250 years, thousands of scholars and academicians have striven to “make their marks.” Few, of course, have succeeded.

Thomas Jefferson spawned “Jeffersonian Democracy,” Karl Marx delivered “Marxism,” Andrew Jackson created “Jacksonian Democracy,” and Charles Darwin gave us “Darwinism.” More…


Hi everyone. I haven't posted in a few days because I didn't have anything useful to say. But thank God for Antonin Scalia calling Liberals who want the constitution to be considered a living document, the morons that they have shown themselves to be throughout this whole terrorism exigency.

By JONATHAN EWING, Associated Press Writer 2 hours, 55 minutes ago

PONCE, Puerto Rico - People who believe the Constitution would break if it didn't change with society are "idiots,"
U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Antonin Scalia says.

In a speech Monday sponsored by the conservative Federalist Society, Scalia defended his long-held belief in sticking to the plain text of the Constitution "as it was originally written and intended."

"Scalia does have a philosophy, it's called originalism," he said. "That's what prevents him from doing the things he would like to do," he told more than 100 politicians and lawyers from this U.S. island territory.