A look at current events from the point of a view of a Conservative Evangelical Christian who stands firmly on the Word of God (that's the Bible for those of you at Berkley) and stands behind the Constitution of the United States of America. So grab yourself a big cup of java, kick back in your chair and enjoy another member of the "vast right wing conspiracy" making his voice heard.

Monday, December 31, 2007

We're getting to the real games now, and I'm sure I'm even more likely to offend someone…bygones!

Round two of Bowl-a-rama 2007 went this way:

Champs Bowl…BC won, just like predicted (1-0)

Texas Bowl…TCU won, ditto (2-0)

Fruit and Nut Bowl…Oregon State pulled it out, ditto again (3-0)

Oil Change Bowl…Wake pulled the upset out on me (3-1)

Liberty Bowl…I wanted State to win, didn't choose them though (3-2)

Alamo Bowl….Jo Pa is the man (3-3)

Indy Bowl…I still can't stand Saban (3-4)

Armed Services Bowl…Did Cal really win???? (3-5)

Well, after stinking up that round, I now have a combined pick total of 9-8…now on to the next batch of picks:

Humanitarian Bowl, December 31 on the Smurf Turf, Boise, ID
For the life of me, I have yet to figure out who in their right mind wants to travel to Boise in December and then play football on Blue Turf!

MY PICK: Boycotting this one.

Sun Bowl in El Paso, TX
Two former 2's match up with South Florida (9-3) out of the Big East taking on the Oregon Ducks (8-4) out of the Pac 10. Not exactly what I would call an intriguing match up…but I guess that both of them being as high as 2 in the polls makes it some what interesting; but not for me.
MY PICK: I've got a bonfire to build.

Music City Bowl in Nashville, TN
The Wildcats are the surprise team again under Rich Brooks coming out of the SEC with a 7-5 record and will face the once might Seminole Nation with a matching 7-5 record. Bobby Bowden had to leave 36 players behind for this one, and I think that will make the difference.


Insight Bowl at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, AZ
Indiana (7-5) makes their first bowl appearance in 14 years and face off against the Cowboys of OSU (6-6) out of the Big 12. IU didn't do too bad in a pretty sad Big 10 this year and OSU forgot that there is a 2nd half in most of their games.

MY PICK: My secretary is an OSU alum…I'll make them my default pick.

Chick-fil-A Bowl, Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA
I still haven't forgiven this most recent corporate buy out in the formally named Peach Bowl. This year 15 Clemson (9-3) takes on 22 Auburn (8-4) in the annual ACC/SEC match-up. I'm not sure if you realize this or not, but really they are the same school…except for the fact that Clemson has a lake.

MY PICK: I'll take the Tigers!

Outback Bowl, Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL
The Vols bring a 9-4 record and a sore backside (as a result of the whooping from LSU in the SEC title game) into Tampa to face the Badgers from the United Socialist Republic of Madison (9-3). This will be one of 3 Big 10-SEC match ups that may be worth watching. Although Wisconsin has won the last 2 bowl games against SEC teams, I think this year will be different.


Cotton Bowl, Dallas, TX
This year's Cotton Bowl Classic matches up the Arkansas Razorbacks (8-4) and their new coach Bobby Petrino (AKA, Nick Saban II) against the upstart Mizzou Tigers (11-2) making their first New Year's Day bowl appearance since before I was born (1970). McFaddan and Felix make up an exciting backfield for the Hawgs, but the Tigers bring in Heisman finalist Chase Daniel (I like that last name!).

MY PICK: Since we might be related, Chase Daniel and Missouri.

Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, FL
I've always liked this bowl game, and I'm not sure why…but this year we have Virginia (9-3) taking on Texas Tech (8-4); so that may change. I just saw that Gary Danielson is one of the announcers for this game, so that will be another reason not to watch it.

MY PICK: Watching the Capital One Bowl

Capital One Bowl, Citrus Bowl in Orlando
The Artist Formally Known as the Citrus Bowl hosts last year's BCS champion Florida (9-3) and Heisman winner Tim Tebow taking on Michigan (8-4) being lead onto the field for the final time by Lloyd Carr. Although I like Michigan way more than I like Florida…I think Tebow is too good.

MY PICK: Wolverines are Gator Bait.

That'll do it for this round…look out for the BCS games soon!

Friday, December 28, 2007

2007 Bowl-a-Rama part Deux

Bowl-A-Rama part Deux

Alrighty then, the first 8 bowl games of the extra season of American college football are over and in the books. We’ll begin with a quick review of my picks:

1. Poinsettia Bowl, My Pick: Navy…Utah won 35-32
2. New Orleans Bowl, My Pick: Shopping…and we got the last bit of it done. And for the record FAU beat Memphis 44-27.
3. Papa Johns.com Bowl, My Pick: Cincinnati…UC beat the Golden Eagles 31-21.
4. New Mexico Bowl, My Pick: My in-laws arrive…they did and we had Big Jakes BBQ! And for the record New Mexico ended a streak of bowl losses going back to the signing of the Declaration of Independence, winning 23-0 and I didn’t have to watch.
5. Las Vegas Bowl, My Pick: BYU…and it was way to close and not much scoring, Cougars win 17-16.
6. Hawaii Bowl, My Pick: Boise State…and their Cinderella run is over, the Pirates pulled the upset 41-38.
7. Motor City Bowl, My Pick: Christmas day leftovers…the ham was delicious! And for those of you keeping score at home, Purdue wins a shoot out 51-48.
8. Holiday Bowl, My Pick: Texas…the Horns did hook the Sun Devils 52-34.

That makes me 6 right, 2 wrong…Now on to my next round of prognosticating expertise:

Champs Sports Bowl, December 28 at Citrus Bowl in Orlando, FL
BC (10-3) lost the ACC title game and finds themselves heading south to the land of Mickey with a streak of 7 consecutive bowl wins to face the Michigan State (7-5) out of the Big 10. The Spartans will be missing at least 5 players as a result of “incidents” that took place off field and BC has a QB named Matt Ryan who spent much of the season in the Heisman race.
MY PICK: BC should easily handle the Spartans in the Sunshine state, by 14.

Texas Bowl, at Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX
Not exactly the battle for Texas supremacy when former SWC foes Houston (8-4) out of the Conference USA faces off against TCU (7-5) out of The Mountain West Conference. Yeah…2 mid-majors, I can’t help but jump up and down (yawn). Houston is winless in bowl games, but is basically playing at home (yes Houston…you do have a college football team!) but the Horned Frogs are picked by 4.5.
MY PICK: I’ll take the line, TCU.

Emerald Bowl, at AT&T Park in San Francisco, CA
The Granola City (full of fruits, flakes and nuts) gets a bowl game named after a nut company…go figure! Maryland comes out of the ACC with a 6-6 record and flies cross country to face off against the Beavers of Oregon State (8-4) out of the Pac 12. And even though these are major conferences, this is another example of too many bowl games since the Terps finished 8th in their conference.
MY PICK: Too much jet lag, I’ll pick the Beavs and probably won’t watch this one.

Meineke Car Care Bowl, December 29 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC
Ah, the beauty of corporate buy outs as we have yet another bowl game named after a company playing in a stadium named after a company! Two up and comers face off with UConn playing more than basketball bringing a 9-3 record out of the Big East to face off against last year’s BCS crasher Wake Forest (8-4) out of the ACC making it’s second EVER consecutive bowl appearance. While I am a committed Baptist myself, Wake does tend to be left of Fidel Castro in terms of theology and politics…while the state of Connecticut has given us Joe Lieberman.
MY PICK: I like Joe…UConn by a TD.

Liberty Bowl at the Liberty Bowl in Memphis, TN
The Dawgs of Mississippi State (7-5) return to bowl action under the leadership of SEC Coach of the Year Sylvester Croom and face off against the University of Central Florida with a 10-3 record. Remember the good old days when Florida, Florida State and Miami were the football schools? I like State, and other than LSU, they are the only team I consistently cheer for in the SEC…but UCF has a great junior running back named Kevin Smith who needs only 181 yards to break the NCAA single season rushing record; and he may be the game breaker.
MY PICK: As much as I like State, I think Smith will make the difference, UCF by 7.

Alamo Bowl at the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio, TX“Joe Pa’s” 500th game at the helm of the Penn State Nittany Lions (8-4) heads south to play the Aggies from Texas A&M (7-5), fresh off a win over arch rivals Texas to end the season. While the Aggies tend to fall apart in bowl games, Penn State has been inconsistent at best in big games over the last few years.
MY PICK: I’ll go with home field and the ability to win a big game by picking A&M by 10.

Independence Bowl at Independence Stadium in Shreveport, LA
I’m still not sure if Alabama will make it to the game since they can’t get through Monroe (or the University of Louisiana at Monroe, who beat the Tide in Tuscaloosa!). Nick Satan…oops, I mean Saban and his Gumps come into Shreveport for a 2nd year in a row with a not so stellar 6-6 record to face Big 12 foe Colorado with a matching 6-6 record. Uh…yeah, this is a winner. Reminds me of the good old days when the I-Bowl could only get mid-majors.
MY PICK: Two words…BEAT SABAN! The Buffs beat Oklahoma; they should be able to beat the Gumps too.

Armed Forces Bowl, December 31 at Amon G Carter Stadium in Ft Worth, TX
The artist formally known as the Ft. Worth bowl gets renamed to the Armed Forces Bowl and gets one of the service Academies, Air Force (6-3) to face off against Cal (6-6) out of the Pac 10. The boys from Berkley started off strong this year with a big win over Tennessee and had the opportunity to #1 in the nation after LSU lost to Kentucky…but their wheels fell off, BIG TIME! They wound up with a pathetic 6-6 record and face off against the high powered offense of the US Air Force Academy Falcons.
MY PICK: I’m a proud American…unlike Berkley, which I’m not so sure is American; Air Force by 10.

Friday, December 21, 2007

2007 Bowl-a-rama

It’s that time of the year again where the artist formally known as Division I-A, now known as the NCAA FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision) enters into a fun filled 3 weeks of college bowl games. On tap this year is another 32 games for the hard core college football fan, or a lot of naps for those of us who feel there are way too many bowl games for our own good. And for those of you keeping score at home this means this means 64 of the 119 FBS schools will be in a post season game…somebody shoot me, please!

For your convenience and bowl game viewing enjoyment, I will now go through with my own expert prognostications and let you know my own opinion on each game and each team. And as always you can expect this to be very politically incorrect, very sarcastic and very opinionated. If I hurt your feelings by picking on your favorite team (or home state), just try some of that “enhanced” eggnog and read it again later…I promise, it’ll be funny then!

Now with that said…

Poinsettia Bowl, December 20 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, CA.
Oh, how I miss the good old days when a bowl game was something to strive for and put the best of the best going head to head…unfortunately here we have Utah vs. Navy. The 8-4 fighting Utes of Utah from the defenseless Mountain West Conference play host to the Navy Midshipmen, also with a record of 8-4 on the season. Navy won this game 2 years ago but Utah is picked as the favorite in this year’s match up. As for me, I’m going to be throwing my support behind Navy because I’M A PROUD AMERICAN! And to not pull for Navy is…well, UNAMERICAN! Besides, Navy was one of the many who put a whooping on Notre Dame this year, and that always makes me smile! And will someone tell me why the Mountain West Conference has 5 teams in bowl games!?!?!

New Orleans Bowl, December 21 at the Superdome in New Orleans, LA
Florida Atlantic and Memphis face off in the Big Easy with matching 7-5 records…and I have no idea what the purpose of this game is. I love New Orleans, but isn’t the Sugar Bowl and the BCS title game enough? Does anyone even know what the mascot for FAU is!?!?! NO, of course not! The only thing this game has going for it is the legend of Howard Schnellenberger. I guess this may be turn out to be the third best bowl game in New Orleans this year (There are only 3 bowls in New Orleans for any Berkley students that may not get that)…but possibly the worst of the season.
MY PICK: It’s the Friday before Christmas…go shopping!

Papa John’s Bowl, December 22 at Legion Field in Birmingham, AL
This is like the 4th bowl game in the history of Legion Field and it must really tick off Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, KY that they didn’t get this one! The always dangerous Southern Miss Golden Eagles with new head coach Larry Fedora head up I-59 to take on former C-USA foe Cincinnati. The Gold Birds are 7-5 and the Bearcats come out of the Big East with a 9-3 record. While I think this game will be watchable for me due to living in Hattiesburg while in college at William Carey University, and also having a wife from Cincinnati…I can’t guarantee anyone else will enjoy it. In the end, I think the Cats may be too much for the Eagles.
MY PICK: Cincinnati by 10

New Mexico Bowl, University Stadium in Albuquerque, NM
Nevada brings a 6-6 record to what amounts to a home game for the 8-4 New Mexico Lobos. Is this a joke?
MY PICK: I’m praying my in-laws have arrived so I have an excuse not to watch this!!!

Las Vegas Bowl, at Sam Boyd Stadium in…wait for it: Las Vegas
A rematch from September 8 when the formally 13th ranked UCLA Bruins beat then unranked BYU Cougars 27-17 in LA. I’m curious though, what are they smoking in Las Vegas to invite a bunch of Mormons to the gambling capital of the world???? Do they really expect to make money on this? The Bruins are 6-6 and the followers of Joe Smith are 10-2, ranked 19th and are a 5.5 point favorite.
MY PICK: Since I hate LA and I like Mitt Romney, the Mormons by 2 TD’s.

Hawaii Bowl, December 23 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, HI
The game traditionally played on Christmas day and traditionally hosted by the University of Hawaii has lost its place on the calendar and its home team. This year Boise State (10-2) heads south and represents the WAC thanks to their loss to Hawaii and will play host to East Carolina (7-5), one of 6 teams from C-USA in bowl games (yes, I said 6 from the mid-major of mid-majors). The boys in blue from the blue turf have a high powered offense as always and East Carolina…well, isn’t actually a state; I mean I know where North and South Carolina is, but I have yet to find East Carolina on a map. Oh, they’re Pirates…they’re from the ocean!
MY PICK: Boise State easily

Motor City Bowl, December 26 at Ford Field in Detroit, MI
Central Michigan (8-5) gets what amounts to a home game against their neighbors from the south, Purdue (7-5) out of the Big 10. This is a tough one because CMU is a mid-major (one of 3 in bowl games from the Mid-American conference…I think I need some Tylenol just thinking about that) and has already lost to Purdue this season. Also keep in mind that Purdue has a weak 3-5 conference record in one of the weakest Big 10 conferences in a long time.
MY PICK: It’s the day after Christmas and bowl games should be played in the south…I choose the leftovers from Christmas dinner.

Holiday Bowl, December 27 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, CA
Arizona State and their nomad coach Dennis Erickson (this is his 6th NCAA head coaching gig, also had 2 NFL head coaching gigs) go west into San Diego with a 10-2 record to face the 9-3 Texas Longhorns who began the season expecting to play on New Years day. At least there is no mid-major in this game…but then again, I’m not sure the Big 12 isn’t a mid-major most years. Both teams are ranked though and each had BCS aspirations, so this may be worthwhile match up.
MY PICK: Hook ‘em Horns, Texas by 3.

That’ll take care of this first round, be on the lookout for the next 8 coming soon.

Friday, December 07, 2007


I guess you can't really expect much from a store in the state that elects people like Hillary Clinton and Charlie Rangel to represent them. Apparently a high end grocer in Manhattan advertised hams as "Delicious for Chanukah".
For those of you in Fayetteville, AR who wondering "What's wrong with that?!?!?!"...i would hate for you to dig out a Bible and look it up; that could cause so much undue stress. Pork is not "kosher" for the Jews who celebrate Hannukah during this time of year (yes, there is a reason for those 8 pronged candle holders). In other words, they don't eat pork...and ham is pork!

But then again, i guess if they can get they ham blessed by a rabbi at one of those liberal synogogues it may be ok...

Monday, November 12, 2007

Veteran's Day from The Gipper

"We're gathered today, just as we have gathered before, to remember those who served, those who fought, those still missing, and those who gave their last full measure of devotion for our country... One of those who fell wrote, shortly before his death, these words: 'Take what they have left and what they have taught you with their dying and keep it with your own. And take one moment to embrace those gentle heroes you left behind.' Well, today, Veterans Day, as we do every year, we take that moment to embrace the gentle heroes of Vietnam and of all our wars. We remember those who were called upon to give all a person can give, and we remember those who were prepared to make that sacrifice if it were demanded of them in the line of duty, though it never was. Most of all, we remember the devotion and gallantry with which all of them ennobled their nation as they became champions of a noble cause...Our liberties, our values, all for which America stands is safe today because brave men and women have been ready to face the fire at freedom's front. And we thank God for them." -- Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States of America

Monday, October 29, 2007

Conduct Unbecoming

The following is a commentary from Charles Colson, head of the Prison Fellowship evangelistic ministry, former Nixon Administration official and a US Marine...

How America Treats Its Military
By Chuck Colson

One of the really formative experiences in my life was serving as an officer in the Marine Corps. I thought military service was an honorable profession, so much so that I urged my sons to consider military service-even though that was during the Vietnam War.

But after what I have been watching the past few months, I wonder if I would urge my grandsons to serve today.

One of the most disillusioning moments for me was when the New York Times ran that ad-at a discount, by the way-for MoveOn.org calling General Petraeus "General Betray Us." This honorable West Point graduate with a distinguished military career: We do this to him? Unbelievably, a resolution in the Senate to disavow the MoveOn.org ad war was opposed by all the leading Democratic presidential candidates.

Equally bad is what the Senate did to General Peter Pace. The majority leader-who, by the way, ran an elevator in the Capitol during the Vietnam War-accused this most decorated marine officer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, of being incompetent. Senate leaders attacked Pace because he had the audacity to express his view that both adultery and homosexual behavior are morally wrong.

The mainstream press has also done its share of harm to our service members. As General Ricardo Sanchez said, as described in a Wall Street Journal op-ed piece last Thursday, "What is clear to me is that you [referring to the media] are perpetrating the corrosive partisan politics that is destroying our country and killing our service members who are at war." He lashed out at Congress for rank partisanship, undermining the confidence of the troops.

The general also faulted the Bush administration for its handling of the war-which, by the way, was the only thing the New York Times reported from his speech.

This is what we have come to in America: slandering our generals and undermining-even endangering-our troops.

Our cultural and political leaders have forgotten, if they ever knew, that the willingness to sacrifice on behalf of others is why serving in the military is considered such a high calling-and a part of what makes just wars just. Thomas Aquinas in his classic Summa Theologica puts his discussion of just war in the chapter on charity-the love of God and neighbor.

And reformer John Calvin called the soldier an "agent of God's love" because "restraining evil out of love for neighbor is an imitation of God's restraining evil out of love for His creatures."

We are blessed that so many fine men and women are willing to wield the sword on our behalf in this country. But are we, in turn, willing to respect and honor those sacrificing for us? And if not, can we blame them if one day they decide to lay down their arms?

What kind of a world would this be if that happened? We would have a world where evil reigned unchecked by justice, and where the strong would be free to prey on the weak.

The problem is not with our service members who are serving us nobly and ably in Iraq; it is the political and cultural leaders who are dishonoring them. If most Americans share their attitude, then I say bring the troops home. Why should they risk their lives for an ungrateful nation?

If we want them to continue to lay down their lives to protect us, then I say it is time for the politicians and the media to get a hold of themselves and give our troops the respect, honor, and support that they deserve.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Post Debate Opining

OK, i caught a pretty good amount of the debate, missed the early part of it as a result of being at church tonight...so i thought i would just pass on a few thoughts.

* I'm not all that convinced that Rudy is the top contender, other than the fact that he has the name recognition among all of the candidates. He really has not impressed me or most people in these debates...yet he still leads the polls. Makes me wonder who is being polled.

* Why is Ron Paul still in there? He is a libertarian and needs to stick with that camp, and he can only manage 3-4% in most polls...yet he wins all of the un-scientific polls which allows anyone to vote as often as they want. Come to think of it, maybe he would make a better democrat on that end.

* McCain hit a homer with the KGB-Putin remark. He understands the seriousness of that situation and has earned a few extra marks.

* Fred Thompson needs to really make himself stand out more in terms of what he can do and wants to do. He has managed to stay consistent in both debates, but being consistent at not doing anything isn't a good thing.

* Mike Huckabee is benefiting the most from these debates and i think has moved into a top tier candidate as a result of them.

* Tom Tancredo and Duncan Hunter are probably the two most consistently Ronald Reagan type Republicans, and sadly have no chance of winning. I hear them and i think "Yes, yes, YES!"...but they aren't able to garner the support that the more well known candidates have; and that really is a shame. Perhaps they need to consider dropping out and throwing their support and their philosophies behind another candidate.

* I like Mitt Romney, i really do...but his past may come back to bite him. Taking Hillary to task and pointing out her socialist views does help his stock a bit. He didn't hurt himself any in this debate, he really needs top stand out in the Iowa debate though.

I still can't say i have a favorite picked in this horse race, but i do know that my support is not behind Ron Paul or Rudy at this point, and i can't say it will happen either; although i do realize only one of them has a chance of winning the nomination.
No matter what though, our worst candidate is probably still a way better choice than anyone the dems can put up in November.

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Saturday, September 15, 2007

If the Hsu fits

Now that Clintonista felon fund raiser Norman Hsu is finally looking at doing some hard time while he awaits a Hillary presidency and a sure pardon, a reporter for the Wall Street Journal decided to follow the money trail. Going back to 2004, the receipients of Hsu dollars appears to be a Who's who of Lefty Liberal Lies known for their attacks on traditional values and all that is right.
Not only do you find Hillary Clinton (D-NY) listed, but also names like Sen. John Kerry (D-Served in Vietnam, in case you haven't heard), San Francisco Player/Mayor Gavin Newsom, Hillary Wannabe Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA), the Chappaquiddick Lifeguard Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Jim Beam) and Barak Hussein Obama (D-IL).

Suspect Donations By Brody Mullins

Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL 09/08/07

Donations from Norman Hsu and other Democratic campaign contributors whose pattern of donations correlates with his.

Date ↑ ↑Contributor Amount ($) Recipient

  • 07/11/2007Winkle Paw $2,000 Weiner, Anthony

  • 07/11/2007Vivian Paw $2,000 Weiner, Anthony

  • 07/11/2007Soe Lee $1,500 Weiner, Anthony

  • 07/11/2007Paul Su $2,500 Weiner, Anthony

  • 07/11/2007Norman Hsu $4,250 Weiner, Anthony

  • 07/11/2007Marina Paw $2,000 Weiner, Anthony

  • 07/11/2007Danny Lee $1,500 Weiner, Anthony

  • 06/30/2007Wilfred Hsu $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 06/30/2007Wilfred Hsu $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 06/29/2007Oliver Hsu $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 06/29/2007Oliver Hsu $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 06/29/2007Winkle Paw $500 Democrats 2000

  • 06/29/2007Norman Hsu $5,000 Democrats 2000

  • 06/28/2007Winkle Paw $1,000 Kennedy, Patrick

  • 06/28/2007Norman Hsu $1,000 Kennedy, Patrick

  • 06/25/2007Wilfred Hsu -$500 Alioto-Pier, Michela

  • 06/25/2007William Paw $1,000 Honda, Mike

  • 06/25/2007Vivian Paw $1,000 Honda, Mike

  • 06/25/2007Norman Hsu $1,000 Honda, Mike

  • 06/25/2007Norman Hsu $1,000 Udall, Mark

  • 06/20/2007Wilfred Hsu $500 Alioto-Pier, Michela

  • 06/20/2007Norman Hsu $10,000 Cuomo, Andrew

  • 06/20/2007Wilfred Hsu $500 Newsom, Gavin

  • 06/14/2007Patricia Hsu $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 06/14/2007Patricia Hsu $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 06/14/2007Vivian Paw $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 06/14/2007Vivian Paw $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 06/14/2007Marina Paw $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 06/14/2007Marina Paw $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 06/08/2007Vivian Paw $2,300 Pryor, Mark

  • 06/08/2007Vivian Paw $200 Pryor, Mark

  • 06/08/2007Winkle Paw $700 Rockefeller, Jay

  • 06/08/2007Norman Hsu $1,700 Rockefeller, Jay

  • 06/08/2007Norman Hsu $300 Rockefeller, Jay

  • 06/06/2007Winkle Paw $2,300 Gillibrand, Kirsten

  • 06/06/2007Vivian Paw $2,300 Gillibrand, Kirsten

  • 06/06/2007Paul Su $1,000 Gillibrand, Kirsten

  • 06/06/2007Marina Paw $2,300 Gillibrand, Kirsten

  • 05/23/2007Paul Su $1,000 Pryor, Mark

  • 05/18/2007Paul Su $1,000 Murphy, Patrick

  • 05/18/2007Danny Lee $250 Murphy, Patrick

  • 05/17/2007Norman Hsu $2,000 Reid, Harry PAC

  • 05/17/2007Paul Su $1,000 Rockefeller, Jay

  • 05/15/2007Norman Hsu $10,000 Spitzer, Eliot

  • 05/11/2007Norman Hsu $25,000 New York State Democratic Committee

  • 05/09/2007Soe Lee $4,000 Liu, John

  • 05/04/2007Winkle Paw $200 Pryor, Mark

  • 05/04/2007Winkle Paw $2,300 Pryor, Mark

  • 05/04/2007Danny Lee $2,300 Pryor, Mark

  • 05/04/2007Danny Lee $200 Pryor, Mark

  • 05/03/2007Lelawattie Su $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 05/03/2007Lelawattie Su $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 05/03/2007Alice Paw $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 05/03/2007Alice Paw $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 05/03/2007Norman Hsu $2,300 Pryor, Mark

  • 05/03/2007Norman Hsu $200 Pryor, Mark

  • 05/03/2007Paul Su $500 Vilsack, Tom

  • 05/03/2007Paul Su $500 Vilsack, Tom

  • 05/03/2007Norman Hsu $2,300 Vilsack, Tom

  • 05/02/2007Soe Lee $2,500 Kennedy, Ted PAC

  • 05/02/2007Danny Lee $2,500 Kennedy, Ted PAC

  • 04/30/2007Soe Lee -$4,600 Clinton, Hillary

  • 04/28/2007Winkle Paw $2,500 Kennedy, Ted PAC

  • 04/28/2007Vivian Paw $2,500 Kennedy, Ted PAC

  • 04/28/2007Norman Hsu $5,000 Kennedy, Ted PAC

  • 04/28/2007Marina Paw $2,500 Kennedy, Ted PAC

  • 04/27/2007Winkle Paw $500 Sestak, Joe

  • 04/27/2007Danny Lee $250 Sestak, Joe

  • 04/16/2007Oliver Hsu $250 80-20 PAC

  • 04/12/2007Paul Su $1,000 Sestak, Joe

  • 04/11/2007Winkle Paw $500 Liu, John

  • 04/11/2007Danny Lee $4,500 Liu, John

  • 04/10/2007Norman Hsu $2,000 Sestak, Joe

  • 04/10/2007Norman Hsu $1,000 Sestak, Joe

  • 03/31/2007Norman Hsu $2,000 David Loebsack

  • 03/31/2007Winkle Paw $5,000 DCCC

  • 03/31/2007Paul Su $10,000 DCCC

  • 03/31/2007Danny Lee $5,000 DCCC

  • 03/31/2007Norman Hsu $2,000 Loebsack, David

  • 03/30/2007Norman Hsu $2,300 Franken, Al

  • 03/29/2007Vivian Paw $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 03/29/2007Vivian Paw $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 03/28/2007Paul Su $5,000 Allen, Thomas

  • 03/28/2007Danny Lee $500 Allen, Thomas

  • 03/27/2007Norman Hsu $2,500 DSCC

  • 03/27/2007Paul Su $500 Kennedy, Patrick

  • 03/27/2007Danny Lee $500 Kennedy, Patrick

  • 03/22/2007Norman Hsu $1,000 Lautenberg, Frank

  • 03/20/2007Norman Hsu $2,000 Morgenthau, Robert

  • 03/18/2007Paul Su $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 03/18/2007Paul Su $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 03/15/2007Norman Hsu $1,000 Allen, Thomas

  • 03/15/2007Norman Hsu $2,500 EMILY's List

  • 03/14/2007Soe Lee $4,600 Clinton, Hillary

  • 03/14/2007Danny Lee $400 Clinton, Hillary

  • 03/14/2007Winkle Paw $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 03/14/2007Winkle Paw $2,300 Clinton, Hillary

  • 03/12/2007Winkle Paw $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 03/12/2007Winkle Paw $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 03/12/2007William Paw $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 03/12/2007William Paw $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 03/12/2007Soe Lee $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 03/12/2007Soe Lee $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 03/12/2007Norman Hsu $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 03/12/2007Norman Hsu $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 03/12/2007Danny Lee $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 03/12/2007Danny Lee $2,300 Harkin, Tom

  • 02/28/2007Winkle Paw $2,300 Reed, Jack

  • 02/28/2007Winkle Paw $2,300 Reed, Jack

  • 02/28/2007Paul Su $2,300 Reed, Jack

  • 02/28/2007Paul Su $200 Reed, Jack

  • 02/28/2007Norman Hsu $2,300 Reed, Jack

  • 02/28/2007Norman Hsu $200 Reed, Jack

  • 02/28/2007Danny Lee $200 Reed, Jack

  • 02/28/2007Danny Lee $2,300 Reed, Jack

  • 02/23/2007Danny Lee $2,300 Landrieu, Mary

  • 02/23/2007Danny Lee $2,300 Landrieu, Mary

  • 02/22/2007Norman Hsu $2,300 Landrieu, Mary

  • 02/22/2007Norman Hsu $700 Landrieu, Mary

  • 02/22/2007Paul Su $200 Landrieu, Mary

  • 02/22/2007Paul Su $2,300 Landrieu, Mary

  • 02/22/2007Winkle Paw $2,000 Rockefeller, Jay

  • 02/22/2007Vivian Paw $2,000 Rockefeller, Jay

  • 02/22/2007Norman Hsu $2,000 Rockefeller, Jay

  • 02/22/2007Marina Paw $2,000 Rockefeller, Jay

  • 02/22/2007Danny Lee $2,000 Rockefeller, Jay

  • 02/21/2007Norman Hsu $3,500 25th Ward Regular Democratic Organization

  • 02/14/2007Soe Lee $1,000 Gillibrand, Kirsten

  • 02/14/2007Norman Hsu $2,300 Gillibrand, Kirsten

  • 02/14/2007Norman Hsu $2,300 Gillibrand, Kirsten

  • 02/14/2007Danny Lee $2,000 Gillibrand, Kirsten

  • 02/09/2007Winkle Paw $5,000 DNC

  • 02/02/2007Soe Lee $2,300 Clinton, Hillary
  • 02/02/2007Soe Lee $2,300 Clinton, Hillary
  • 02/02/2007Paul Su $200 Clinton, Hillary
  • 02/02/2007Paul Su $200 Clinton, Hillary
  • 02/02/2007Norman Hsu $200 Clinton, Hillary
  • 02/02/2007Norman Hsu $200 Clinton, Hillary
  • 02/02/2007Paul Su $3,500 DSCC
  • 01/31/2007Winkle Paw $10,000 DSCC
  • 01/31/2007Norman Hsu $5,000 DSCC
  • 01/31/2007Danny Lee $10,000 DSCC
  • 01/26/2007Norman Hsu $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/26/2007Paul Su $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/26/2007Paul Su $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/26/2007Norman Hsu $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/26/2007Danny Lee $2,300 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/26/2007Danny Lee $1,900 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/19/2007Norman Hsu $15,000 New York State Democratic Committee
  • 01/12/2007Norman Hsu $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/12/2007Norman Hsu $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/12/2007Danny Lee $2,300 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/12/2007Danny Lee $2,300 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/12/2007Winkle Paw $5,000 HILLPAC
  • 01/12/2007Norman Hsu $5,000 HILLPAC
  • 01/12/2007Danny Lee $5,000 HILLPAC
  • 01/11/2007Norman Hsu $4,950 Liu, John
  • 12/18/2006Norman Hsu $500 Harris, Kamala
  • 11/17/2006Winkle Paw $2,500 Biden, Joe PAC
  • 11/17/2006Paul Su $5,000 Biden, Joe PAC
  • 11/09/2006Norman Hsu $3,000 Brunner, Jennifer L.
  • 11/04/2006Norman Hsu $1,950 Thompson, Jr., William
  • 11/03/2006Norman Hsu $10,500 Ford, Harold
  • 11/03/2006Norman Hsu $5,000 Titus, Dina
  • 11/02/2006Wilfred Hsu $500 Alioto-Pier, Michela
  • 11/01/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 New Jersey Democratic Party
  • 11/01/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 New Jersey Democratic Party
  • 10/31/2006William Paw $500 Brown, Sherrod
  • 10/31/2006Vivian Paw $500 Brown, Sherrod
  • 10/31/2006William Paw $500 Duckworth, Tammy
  • 10/31/2006Vivian Paw $500 Duckworth, Tammy
  • 10/31/2006Paul Su $500 Duckworth, Tammy
  • 10/30/2006Norman Hsu $500 Cahill, Tim (Mass. Treasurer)
  • 10/30/2006Danny Lee $500 Cahill, Tim (Mass. Treasurer)
  • 10/25/2006William Paw $500 Ford, Harold
  • 10/25/2006Vivian Paw $500 Ford, Harold
  • 10/25/2006Norman Hsu $3,000 Tennessee Democratic Party
  • 10/23/2006Norman Hsu -$1,900 Spitzer, Eliot L.
  • 10/18/2006Patricia Hsu $2,000 Clinton, Hillary
  • 10/18/2006Norman Hsu $17,000 Spitzer, Eliot L.
  • 10/18/2006Danny Lee $2,500 Spitzer, Eliot L.
  • 10/18/2006Paul Su $5,000 Spitzer, Elliot
  • 10/18/2006Danny Lee $2,500 Spitzer, Elliot
  • 10/17/2006Norman Hsu $1,000 Florida Democratic Party
  • 10/16/2006Winkle Paw $1,000 DNC
  • 10/16/2006Paul Su $2,000 DNC
  • 10/14/2006Winkle Paw $1,000 Clinton, Hillary
  • 10/14/2006Danny Lee $1,000 Clinton, Hillary
  • 10/13/2006Paul Su $2,000 Casey, Bob
  • 10/13/2006Norman Hsu $15,000 Change America
  • 10/13/2006Soe Lee $2,000 Pennsylvania Democratic Party
  • 10/13/2006Soe Lee $2,000 Pennsylvania Democratic Party
  • 10/12/2006Paul Su $1,000 DNC
  • 10/03/2006Norman Hsu $3,000 Richardson, Bill
  • 09/30/2006Winkle Paw -$250 Pratcher, Tyson
  • 09/30/2006Winkle Paw -$250 Pratcher, Tyson
  • 09/29/2006Norman Hsu $5,000 DSCC of New York
  • 09/29/2006Winkle Paw $500 McCaskill, Claire
  • 09/29/2006Dimple Paw $2,000 McCaskill, Claire
  • 09/29/2006Vivian Paw $500 McCaskill, Clairee
  • 09/29/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 Ohioans for a Fair Minimum Wage
  • 09/28/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 Personal PAC Inc
  • 09/28/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 Tennessee Democratic Party
  • 09/25/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 Michigan Democratic Party
  • 09/23/2006Paul Su $250 Gillibrand, Kirsten
  • 09/23/2006Nelson Paw $500 Gillibrand, Kirsten
  • 09/23/2006Dimple Paw $500 Gillibrand, Kirsten
  • 09/22/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 Tennessee Democratic Party
  • 09/21/2006Nelson Paw $500 Ford, Harold
  • 09/21/2006Nelson Paw $500 Whitehouse, Sheldon
  • 09/21/2006Dimple Paw $500 Whitehouse, Sheldon
  • 09/20/2006Wilfred Hsu $100 Dufty, Bevan
  • 09/20/2006Dimple Paw $500 Webb, Jim
  • 09/19/2006Soe Lee $500 Akaka, Daniel
  • 09/19/2006Paul Su $500 DSCC
  • 09/19/2006Danny Lee $2,000 DSCC
  • 09/19/2006Winkle Paw $250 Duckworth, Tammy
  • 09/19/2006Marina Paw $250 Duckworth, Tammy
  • 09/19/2006Danny Lee $250 Webb, Jim
  • 09/18/2006Paul Su $250 Tester, Jon
  • 09/18/2006Nelson Paw $1,000 Tester, Jon
  • 09/18/2006Dimple Paw $1,000 Tester, Jon
  • 09/18/2006Danny Lee $250 Tester, Jon
  • 09/14/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 N.Y. Working Families Party
  • 09/14/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 New York State Democratic Committee
  • 09/14/2006Paul Su $250 Webb, Jim
  • 09/13/2006Norman Hsu $5,000 New Hampshire Senate Democratic Caucus
  • 09/11/2006Dimple Paw $500 Ford, Harold
  • 09/09/2006Nelson Paw $500 Webb, Jim
  • 08/23/2006Soe Lee $1,000 Duckworth, Tammy
  • 08/23/2006William Paw $500 Webb, Jim
  • 08/23/2006Vivian Paw $500 Webb, Jim
  • 08/23/2006Soe Lee $750 Webb, Jim
  • 08/22/2006Marina Paw $250 Webb, Jim
  • 08/21/2006Norman Hsu $2,500 Culver, Chet & Judge, Patty
  • 08/18/2006Norman Hsu $25,000 Michigan Democratic Party
  • 08/15/2006Wilfred Hsu $500 McCaskill, Claire
  • 08/15/2006Nelson Paw $1,500 McCaskill, Claire
  • 08/15/2006Wilfred Hsu $500 Ting, Philip
  • 08/10/2006Norman Hsu $1,000 Rhode Island Democrats
  • 08/10/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 Rhode Island Democrats
  • 08/09/2006Norman Hsu $2,500 Spitzer, Eliot L.
  • 08/07/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 Philadelphia Democratic Campaign Committee
  • 08/07/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 Tennessee Democratic Party
  • 07/28/2006Winkle Paw $1,000 Lynch, John
  • 07/28/2006Winkle Paw $1,000 Lynch, John
  • 07/25/2006Winkle Paw $1,000 Angelides, Phil
  • 07/18/2006Soe Lee $2,000 Casey, Bob
  • 07/18/2006Paul Su $500 Casey, Bob
  • 07/18/2006Soe Lee $750 Tester, Jon
  • 07/17/2006Vivian Paw $1,000 Tester, Jon
  • 07/16/2006Norman Hsu $7,100 Cuomo, Andrew
  • 07/14/2006Danny Lee $2,500 DNC
  • 07/07/2006Soe Lee $2,500 Angelides, Phil
  • 07/07/2006Dimple Paw $500 Angelides, Phil
  • 07/07/2006Danny Lee $1,000 Angelides, Phil
  • 07/07/2006Norman Hsu $2,000 Rendell, Ed
  • 07/01/2006Norman Hsu $1,000 Feinstein, Dianne
  • 06/30/2006Soe Lee $3,500 DSCC
  • 06/30/2006Paul Su $5,000 DSCC
  • 06/30/2006Winkle Paw $250 Gillibrand, Kirsten
  • 06/30/2006Marina Paw $500 Gillibrand, Kirsten
  • 06/28/2006Wilfred Hsu $500 Mak, Jaynry
  • 06/25/2006Alice Paw $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 06/25/2006Alice Paw $1,900 Clinton, Hillary
  • 06/16/2006Norman Hsu $500 Sebelius, Kathleen & Parkinson, Mark
  • 06/10/2006Norman Hsu $2,000 Cuomo, Andrew
  • 06/10/2006Norman Hsu $3,000 Thompson, Jr., William
  • 06/08/2006Winkle Paw $500 McCaskill, Claire
  • 06/08/2006Vivian Paw $1,000 McCaskill, Claire
  • 06/08/2006Soe Lee $500 McCaskill, Claire
  • 06/08/2006Marina Paw $400 McCaskill, Claire
  • 06/08/2006Danny Lee $500 McCaskill, Claire
  • 06/07/2006Norman Hsu $25,000 Spitzer, Eliot L.
  • 06/02/2006Winkle Paw $2,500 Angelides, Phil
  • 06/02/2006Marina Paw $2,500 Angelides, Phil
  • 05/25/2006Danny Lee $1,000 Menendez, Robert
  • 05/24/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 Granholm, Jennifer
  • 05/22/2006Paul Su $200 Cantwell, Maria
  • 05/22/2006Paul Su $200 McCaskill, Claire
  • 05/22/2006Norman Hsu $10,000 Strickland, Ted & Fisher, Lee
  • 05/21/2006Paul Su $200 Nelson, Bill
  • 05/16/2006Norman Hsu $5,000 Richardson, Bill
  • 05/16/2006Norman Hsu $5,000 Richardson, Bill
  • 05/12/2006Paul Su $250 Filson, Steve
  • 05/12/2006Paul Su $250 Filson, Steve
  • 05/12/2006Danny Lee $250 Filson, Steve
  • 05/10/2006Lelawattie Su $2,000 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 05/09/2006Winkle Paw $2,900 Granholm, Jennifer
  • 05/09/2006Marina Paw $3,400 Granholm, Jennifer
  • 05/05/2006Oliver Hsu $250 80-20 PAC
  • 04/23/2006Paul Su $5,000 Rendell, Ed
  • 04/21/2006Winkle Paw $2,000 DNC
  • 04/19/2006Norman Hsu $5,000 Rendell, Ed
  • 04/18/2006Marina Paw $2,500 DNC
  • 04/18/2006Danny Lee $2,000 DNC
  • 04/11/2006Norman Hsu $11,366 Rendell, Ed
  • 03/31/2006Paul Su $500 EMILY's List
  • 03/31/2006Winkle Paw $1,000 Feinstein, Dianne
  • 03/31/2006Soe Lee $2,066 Feinstein, Dianne
  • 03/31/2006Soe Lee $1,433 Feinstein, Dianne
  • 03/31/2006Marina Paw $1,000 Feinstein, Dianne
  • 03/31/2006Wilfred Hsu $500 Garamendi, John
  • 03/31/2006Paul Su $400 McCaskill, Claire
  • 03/31/2006Winkle Paw $500 Obama, Barack PAC
  • 03/31/2006Paul Su -$1,966 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 03/30/2006Soe Lee $3,000 DSCC
  • 03/30/2006Norman Hsu $2,500 John Destefano for Connecticut Governor
  • 03/30/2006Winkle Paw $250 Pratcher, Tyson
  • 03/30/2006Paul Su $500 Pratcher, Tyson
  • 03/30/2006Marina Paw $500 Pratcher, Tyson
  • 03/30/2006Danny Lee $250 Pratcher, Tyson
  • 03/30/2006Paul Su $2,000 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 03/29/2006Paul Su $2,000 DSCC
  • 03/29/2006Marina Paw $2,500 DSCC
  • 03/29/2006Danny Lee $2,000 DSCC
  • 03/28/2006Soe Lee $5,000 HILLPAC
  • 03/28/2006Paul Su $1,000 Kleeb, Scott
  • 03/23/2006Marina Paw $500 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 03/22/2006Paul Su $500 Credit Suisse Securities
  • 03/21/2006Winkle Paw $2,500 DSCC
  • 03/21/2006Winkle Paw $1,000 McCaskill, Claire
  • 03/21/2006Soe Lee $400 McCaskill, Claire
  • 03/21/2006Marina Paw $2,000 McCaskill, Claire
  • 03/21/2006Soe Lee $2,100 McCaskill, Clairee
  • 03/21/2006Soe Lee $1,000 Whitehouse, Sheldon
  • 03/21/2006Paul Su $500 Whitehouse, Sheldon
  • 03/17/2006Winkle Paw $2,000 Angelides, Phil
  • 03/16/2006Marina Paw $700 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 03/14/2006Marina Paw $2,300 Clinton, Hillary
  • 03/14/2006Marina Paw $2,300 Clinton, Hillary
  • 03/14/2006Winkle Paw $500 Duckworth, Tammy
  • 03/13/2006Paul Su $1,000 Duckworth, Tammy
  • 03/12/2006Danny Lee $500 Casey, Bob
  • 03/11/2006Soe Lee $2,000 Ford, Harold
  • 03/10/2006Winkle Paw $850 Ford, Harold
  • 03/10/2006Marina Paw $1,000 Ford, Harold
  • 03/09/2006Danny Lee $5,000 Angelides, Phil
  • 03/09/2006Paul Su $500 Casey, Bob
  • 03/07/2006Danny Lee $1,000 Kleeb, Scott
  • 03/02/2006Paul Su $1,400 Feinstein, Dianne
  • 03/02/2006Paul Su $1,100 Feinstein, Dianne
  • 02/28/2006Soe Lee $5,000 Obama, Barack PAC
  • 02/28/2006Paul Su $2,500 Obama, Barack PAC
  • 02/27/2006Danny Lee $5,000 HILLPAC
  • 02/27/2006Soe Lee $1,433 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 02/27/2006Soe Lee $1,066 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 02/21/2006Danny Lee $250 Casey, Bob
  • 02/13/2006Norman Hsu $750 Harris, Kamala
  • 02/10/2006Danny Lee $2,000 Feinstein, Dianne
  • 02/09/2006Wilfred Hsu $1,000 Yes on 82 Preschool for All
  • 01/28/2006William Paw $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/28/2006William Paw $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/28/2006Nelson Paw $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/28/2006Nelson Paw $1,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 01/13/2006Danny Lee $1,000 Gillibrand, Kirsten
  • 01/12/2006Danny Lee $2,000 Ma, Fiona
  • 12/30/2005Soe Lee $666 Cantwell, Maria
  • 12/30/2005Paul Su $1,000 Cantwell, Maria
  • 12/30/2005Paul Su $566 Cantwell, Maria
  • 12/30/2005Norman Hsu $2,000 Culver, Chet & Judge, Patty
  • 12/23/2005Winkle Paw $500 Granholm, Jennifer
  • 12/23/2005Danny Lee $900 Matsui, Doris
  • 12/22/2005Danny Lee $5,000 Cuomo, Andrew
  • 12/21/2005Winkle Paw $500 Cuomo, Andrew
  • 12/21/2005Winkle Paw $500 Cuomo, Andrew
  • 12/21/2005Winkle Paw $2,500 Cuomo, Andrew
  • 12/21/2005Norman Hsu $4,000 Cuomo, Andrew
  • 12/21/2005Norman Hsu $10,000 Cuomo, Andrew
  • 12/19/2005Winkle Paw $1,000 Cantwell, Maria
  • 12/19/2005Paul Su $1,000 Cuomo, Andrew
  • 12/19/2005Winkle Paw $333 DSCC
  • 12/19/2005Winkle Paw $333 Feinstein, Dianne
  • 12/19/2005Soe Lee $666 Feinstein, Dianne
  • 12/19/2005Paul Su $666 Feinstein, Dianne
  • 12/19/2005Soe Lee $666 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 12/19/2005Paul Su $666 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 12/16/2005Paul Su $1,000 Nelson, Bill
  • 12/16/2005Norman Hsu $2,100 Nelson, Bill
  • 12/16/2005Norman Hsu $500 Nelson, Bill
  • 12/16/2005Danny Lee $2,100 Nelson, Bill
  • 12/16/2005Danny Lee $400 Nelson, Bill
  • 12/15/2005Norman Hsu $2,000 Rendell, Ed
  • 12/14/2005Soe Lee $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 12/14/2005Soe Lee $750 Clinton, Hillary
  • 12/14/2005Lelawattie Su $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 12/14/2005Lelawattie Su $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 12/14/2005Soe Lee $1,400 Clinton, Hillary
  • 12/13/2005Danny Lee $600 Kennedy, Ted
  • 12/13/2005Winkle Paw $1,000 Lampson, Nicholas
  • 12/08/2005Winkle Paw $1,000 Ford, Harold
  • 12/08/2005Paul Su $1,000 Ford, Harold
  • 12/08/2005Marina Paw $1,000 Ford, Harold
  • 12/08/2005Danny Lee $1,000 Ford, Harold
  • 12/08/2005Winkle Paw $3,300 Ma, Fiona
  • 12/08/2005Winkle Paw $3,300 Ma, Fiona
  • 12/08/2005Winkle Paw $3,300 Ma, Fiona
  • 12/07/2005Winkle Paw $300 Lampson, Nicholas
  • 12/07/2005Paul Su $250 Lampson, Nicholas
  • 12/07/2005Danny Lee $2,100 Lampson, Nicholas
  • 12/07/2005Danny Lee $650 Lampson, Nicholas
  • 12/07/2005Norman Hsu $5,000 Spitzer, Eliot L.
  • 12/07/2005Wilfred Hsu $500 Ting, Philip
  • 11/30/2005Norman Hsu $3,400 Granholm, Jennifer
  • 11/30/2005Danny Lee $3,400 Granholm, Jennifer
  • 11/29/2005Wilfred Hsu $1,000 Biden, Joe
  • 11/28/2005Winkle Paw $1,100 Biden, Joe
  • 11/28/2005Winkle Paw $900 Biden, Joe
  • 11/28/2005Paul Su $1,500 Biden, Joe
  • 11/23/2005Winkle Paw $3,000 Brown, Jerry
  • 11/23/2005Paul Su $2,500 Brown, Jerry
  • 11/13/2005Winkle Paw $3,000 Brown, Jerry
  • 11/08/2005Norman Hsu $10,000 Richardson, Bill
  • 11/04/2005Wilfred Hsu $500 Brown, Jerry
  • 11/04/2005Norman Hsu $7,500 Rendell, Ed
  • 11/02/2005Paul Su $2,000 McCaskill, Claire
  • 11/02/2005Danny Lee $2,100 McCaskill, Claire
  • 11/02/2005Danny Lee $400 McCaskill, Claire
  • 10/28/2005Norman Hsu $4,000 New Jersey Democratic Party
  • 10/25/2005Winkle Paw $2,500 DSCC
  • 10/25/2005Marina Paw $1,000 DSCC
  • 10/24/2005Winkle Paw $200 Kennedy, Ted
  • 10/24/2005Paul Su $1,600 Kennedy, Ted
  • 10/24/2005Marina Paw $900 Kennedy, Ted
  • 10/24/2005Danny Lee $200 Kennedy, Ted
  • 10/24/2005Paul Su $600 Kennedy, Ted
  • 10/24/2005Winkle Paw $1,500 No on 77
  • 10/24/2005Paul Su $500 No on 77
  • 10/24/2005Marina Paw $1,000 No on 77
  • 10/24/2005Danny Lee $500 No on 77
  • 10/15/2005William Paw $1,000 Clinton, Hillary
  • 10/15/2005Wilfred Hsu $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 10/15/2005Wilfred Hsu $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 10/15/2005Vivian Paw $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 10/15/2005Vivian Paw $2,100 Clinton, Hillary
  • 10/15/2005Nelson Paw $1,000 Clinton, Hillary
  • 09/30/2005Winkle Paw $1,000 Biden, Joe
  • 09/30/2005Winkle Paw $750 Cantwell, Maria
  • 09/29/2005Norman Hsu $2,000 Cuomo, Andrew
  • 09/26/2005Winkle Paw $1,600 Kennedy, Patrick
  • 09/26/2005Winkle Paw $1,400 Kennedy, Patrick
  • 09/26/2005Marina Paw $500 Kennedy, Patrick
  • 09/25/2005Wilfred Hsu $1,500 Clinton, Hillary
  • 09/24/2005Winkle Paw $1,000 Pallone, Frank
  • 09/24/2005Winkle Paw $1,000 Pallone, Frank
  • 09/24/2005Danny Lee $1,000 Pallone, Frank
  • 09/24/2005Danny Lee $1,000 Pallone, Frank
  • 09/24/2005Danny Lee $1,000 Pallone, Frank
  • 09/23/2005Paul Su $2,000 Cantwell, Maria
  • 09/23/2005Lelawattie Su $2,000 Cantwell, Maria
  • 09/23/2005Norman Hsu $10,000 New York State Democratic Committee
  • 09/22/2005Norman Hsu $1,000 Westly, Steve
  • 09/15/2005Paul Su $1,400 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 09/15/2005Paul Su $600 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 09/14/2005Winkle Paw $250 Ford, Harold
  • 09/14/2005Wilfred Hsu $1,000 Westly, Steve
  • 09/12/2005Paul Su $2,000 Ford, Harold
  • 09/02/2005Wilfred Hsu $500 Feinstein, Dianne
  • 08/31/2005Paul Su $1,500 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 08/31/2005Marina Paw $1,600 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 08/31/2005Marina Paw $400 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 08/29/2005Norman Hsu $1,000 Westly, Steve
  • 08/23/2005Norman Hsu $1,000 EMILY's List
  • 08/05/2005Norman Hsu $3,300 Ma, Fiona
  • 07/28/2005Winkle Paw $10,000 Yes on 82 Preschool for All
  • 07/28/2005Norman Hsu $10,000 Yes on 82 Preschool for All
  • 07/25/2005Norman Hsu $2,000 Doyle, Jim
  • 07/13/2005Norman Hsu $2,100 Casey, Bob
  • 07/13/2005Norman Hsu $2,100 Casey, Bob
  • 07/09/2005Norman Hsu $5,000 Cuomo, Andrew
  • 06/30/2005Wilfred Hsu $2,000 Chiang, John
  • 06/30/2005Norman Hsu $5,000 DNC
  • 06/28/2005Winkle Paw $500 Matsui, Doris
  • 06/28/2005Norman Hsu $2,100 Matsui, Doris
  • 06/28/2005Marina Paw $500 Matsui, Doris
  • 06/21/2005Marina Paw $500 Stabenow, Debbie
  • 06/10/2005Paul Su $900 Clinton, Hillary
  • 06/10/2005Marina Paw $200 Clinton, Hillary
  • 06/09/2005Winkle Paw $5,000 DSCC
  • 06/09/2005Paul Su $4,000 DSCC
  • 06/09/2005Norman Hsu $26,700 DSCC
  • 06/09/2005Danny Lee $5,000 DSCC
  • 06/07/2005Winkle Paw $500 Kennedy, Patrick
  • 06/07/2005Norman Hsu $2,100 Kennedy, Patrick
  • 06/07/2005Norman Hsu $2,100 Kennedy, Patrick
  • 06/07/2005Marina Paw $300 Kennedy, Patrick
  • 06/07/2005Danny Lee $2,100 Kennedy, Patrick
  • 06/07/2005Danny Lee $2,100 Kennedy, Patrick
  • 06/06/2005Norman Hsu $2,100 Ford, Harold
  • 06/06/2005Norman Hsu $2,100 Ford, Harold
  • 06/06/2005Norman Hsu $1,000 Westly, Steve
  • 05/26/2005Danny Lee $1,000 Ford, Harold
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Monday, September 10, 2007

By The Numbers

Here is a great video showing the great "success" of the San Fran Nan/Dirty Harry led Congress in the first 100 days of their attack on America:

Have they no shame?

My guess would be not a drop of it!

General David Petraeus, head of the US military actions in Iraq is set to give his most recent report in the hallowed halls of the US Congress today; and those on the left who feel that they need US defeat in order for them to win are already attacking. Apparently these so called "leaders" who have no shame nor honor are attacking a highly decorated military man who is also a graduate of the US Army Academy, and probably is the very definition of honor.

Rahm Emanual (D-IL), head of the Democratic Caucus said this on the House floor concerning the Petraeus progress report, "We don't need a report that wins the Nobel Prize for creative statistics or the Pulitzer for fiction." Is this mouth piece for the Democrats daring to call this patriot and war hero a "liar"?!?! And to make it worst, he is doing this in the US tax payer owned House of Representatives!

This is reprehensible and dishonorable at the very least and unpatriotic and treasonous to the core! Keep in mind though, he speaks for this "majority" in the US House and Senate. He is also not the only the member of the liberal left spewing this filth, the democrat liberal loving website and attack machine move.org recently ran an ad in the New York Slimes that read, "And This Is What It's Going To Be: 'General Petraeus Or General Betray Us? Cooking The Books For The White House.'"

There is truly no honor among thieves!

Friday, September 07, 2007

New DNC Recruiting Tool

What? You mean the tape released to the public today that is allegedly showing Usama Bin Laden making more threats to the US wasn't put out by the DNC? Amazing, because it sounded like the talking points of any liberal democrat talking head spewing their mind numbing rhetoric, the mindless psychobabble the dems running for president might say during their pandering for votes, or any of the propaganda coming from groups like moveon.org. You can read the entire transcript yourself at the Fox News website.

* Let make this disclaimer: i'm not sure if this person is UBL or not, in fact, our intelligence agencies are still trying to figure that out. In fact, i wouldn't be surprise if it is an impostor; only time will tell.

At one point this supposed UBL figure refers to the "neo-cons" like Cheney or Rumsfeld and their pushing of the war on the American people. He went on to refer to a "holocaust" that is the result of our culture, no doubt being forced upon the world by these same "neo-cons". Don't the US liberals find some sick joy in referring to our Commander in Chief as a "nazi"? Apparently UBL is listening to their talking points!

He also made reference to the new democrat majority in the US Congress...which apparently he is endorsing, as well as the vast majority of terrorists in the 2006 mid-term elections. What cracks me up about this is that this UBL character points out that they were supposedly elected by the American people to stop the war...but they haven't! Shame on you Dirty Harry and San Fran Nan, you very well may have lost his campaign donation for next year!

But i think my favorite part is early on in this 30 minute democrat underground diatribe is when he really hits the leftist talking points by blaming the Bush administration policies for global warming and then attacks big business in America while tearing down the US military and Iraqi PM Nouri al-Maliki. In fact, just today, in preparation for a better than expected report from US General David Petraeus, Sen. Chucky Schumer (D-NY) suggested today that the US military...the greatest fighting force in the word, had NOTHING to do with the recent success in the Anbar Province of Iraq. His actual quote was:
And let me be clear, the violence in Anbar has gone down despite the surge, not because of the surge. The inability of American soldiers to protect these tribes from al Qaeda said to these tribes we have to fight al Qaeda ourselves. It wasn't that the surge brought peace here. It was that the warlords took peace here, created a temporary peace here. And that is because there was no one else there protecting.

So apparently the old adage is true...the enemy of my enemy is my friend; and since both the liberal left of the democrat party and militant Islamofascists hate President Bush, they are a match made in heaven!

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

What an endorsement!

The big news today was the major endorsement that THE Hillary received early in this election cycle...what? The United Transportation Union? No, not that one! I meant the endorsement of a Hillary-Obama ticket by the one man in our hemisphere who shares many a political stance as these to democrat heavy weights: none other than Fidel Castro himself!

That's right, the 81 year old Cuban dictator....oops, i meant "duly elected president" of the Caribbean island nation has tipped his hat in favor of Hill the Schrill and Osoma Obama as the next leader of what could become a once great nation if it actually happens. Castro was quoted as saying in the New York Times...oops, my bad again, i meant the Granma (the Cuban Communist Party paper) as saying, "The word today is that an apparently unbeatable ticket could be Hillary for president and Obama as her running mate,".

Not that this is unexpected seeing how Castro as referred to Bill Clinton as "really kind", has claimed that President George W Bush stole the 2000 election (hey, they use DNC talking points down there too!) and also names Jimmy Carter as his favorite US President since he himself took control of Cuba in 1959 according to a Reuters report.

So there you go folks, as if the Al Qaida/Taliban endorsements of the democrats in the 2006 midterm elections weren't enough...this is definitely gravy!

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

How low can you go?

Fox News is reporting that the US Congress has earned a record tying low approval rating of 18% according to Gallup. The last time it was this low was in 1992 (another Democrat contolled Congress) in the midst of numerous scandals including (but not limited to) the writing and cashing of bad checks by members of the House.
Well, San Fran Nan did promise a different type of Congress...i just didn't realize that she meant a lot worst.

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

July 4th Message

The following is not mine...i would love to take credit for it, but i can't. It was written by an executive with Associated Grocers based out of Baton Rouge, his name is JH Campbell, Jr. I hope you enjoy:

If we naively believe that our great country survived and thrived for the last 231 years, only because of the industry of its people, we are being possessed and overtaken with pride. Our forefathers truly exhibited great humility because they understood and believed that God was the reason and source for their great bounty, blessings, and opportunity. In the great patriotic song, “America the Beautiful”, the chorus clearly reminds us that “America, America, God shed His grace on thee, and crown Thy good, with brotherhood, from sea to shinning sea...”

Our great country was the result of a battle (war) between two groups: one a formalized country; and the other a group of people bound together by a resolute belief in God, as the creator of the universe, and a dream of freedom from a monarchy and his religious and other restrictions. To achieve the freedom they desired, they realized that they must be bound together, and therefore give up some of their personal freedom to become “dependent” upon one another. The desire and the dream of freedom were so great that each were willing to support one another fully to achieve the desired goal for all. This paradox of being “dependent”, in order to be “independent” and free, formed the basis upon which our great country was founded. Each of our fore-fathers believed that God would provide for them if they regularly praised Him and gave to Him “thanks” for the many blessings and opportunities which they experienced.

July 4th is the anniversary of the date of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. In the Declaration of Independence, the authors and signers speak of “Nature’s God”, the “Supreme Judge of the world”, and that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.” The document concludes “with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our Sacred Honor.”

Is it not strange today to see that God, or any significant reference to God, has been removed from our presence and sight in public buildings, schools, reflections, prayers, communications, etc.? Those offended by any reference to God invoke the “establishment clause” of our Constitution as the basis for their argument, even though such a reference to God is not designed to establish anything (or any religion), but is merely an acknowledgement of a belief or act of faith, neither of which are prohibited by the Constitution of our country.

And yet, the founders of our country believed that Divine Providence was the reason for their coming to the New World to secure the “unalienable rights” endowed by their Creator. Our denial of the presence and impact of our Creator in our lives is not only tragic, but also full of sinful pride. We would do well to humble ourselves before the Creator as our fore-fathers did freely and openly.

Respect and appreciation for human life and human existence is fundamental, since human life is the greatest gift from the Creator. The desire to rid the world of oppression, hatred, and human-induced pain and suffering is noble. To do so, however, we, as a people, must return to the fundamental tenants that our fore-fathers endorsed……Our currency today reminds us, in no uncertain terms, that: “IN GOD WE TRUST”…. If we truly do “trust God”, then we must begin to act accordingly and show the world and one another that we are serious in that belief. I am sure there were many critics and objections 231 years ago, and fortunately for us, there were more dedicated leaders and statesmen who endured the criticism and doubt, and remained committed, faithful, and hopeful to the belief and desire for freedom…and above all “trusted” in God and were not afraid to show that trust in word and deed.

Today, we expect our government to provide for the safety and security of the American people, and yet we must be willing to accept certain limitations on our absolute freedom, and also acknowledge and differentiate our “rights” from our “privileges”. Today, we should freely support the efforts of our law enforcement and intelligence personnel who are charged with the duty to protect the American people from harm each and every day. As Americans, we should fully and unequivocally support all of the men and women of our country’s Armed Forces located throughout the world. The presence and the existence of the United States is real hope to peoples who yearn for the freedom desired by our forefathers some 231 years ago.

On Wednesday, the 4th of July, the great majority of all Americans will be permitted the opportunity to perform basic functions which millions in other countries would love to enjoy. We take for granted our ability to freely, without significant fear or concern, travel, drive a car, go to work, shop in retail stores, invest, buy and sell things, attend recreational and sporting events, golf, fish, hunt, etc., with very little inconvenience or restriction. These freedoms are truly not guaranteed unless we are willing to make certain sacrifices, and accept certain responsibilities. Freedom implies not only responsibility, but also the reality that many “rights”, which we claim, are actually “privileges” for which others provided that opportunity to, and for, us. And yes, for which America has been blessed, by our Creator, as He “shed His Grace on Thee”.

As we celebrate July 4th this Wednesday, please do not forget the source and the reason for the holiday. Please remember our Armed Service men and women and pray for their safe return to their families. Pray for peace in our World and the opportunity for all people to truly enjoy freedom and govern themselves.

To this cause, and as the Declaration of Independence concludes: “with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our Sacred Honor.”

Have a wonderful Independence Day, and a Happy and Safe July 4th holiday!

Thanks go out to my friend and brother in Christ Mike Bergeron who passes Mr. Campbell's messages like this on to me!

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

He's a "Blooming" Idiot

All of the news today was the fact that NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg officially left the Republican party today...funny, i didn't realize he was a Republican!

Let's be honest, is this really a loss for the GOP? I didn't think so either.

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Oh no he didn't!

First and foremost, I am an American...and i'm proud to be an American.

I grew up in South Louisiana and come from families that are descendants of the Acadians, or Cajuns, who migrated to the Gulf of Mexico region after being expelled from Eastern French Canada in the mid 1700's. Before there was an America, my ancestors were living in America! This is my country of birth, and it is the country that God has blessed me to be a part of. Good or bad, i love America!

So, when i hear Dirty Harry Reid (D-NV) say on June 4 that the Senate is working on the illegal immigration situation and trying to get 12 million "undocumented Americans" out of the shadows, it not only angers me but also sickens me that the left would consider people who could give a rat's patooey about our laws as "American".
Here is a clip of Reid's speech on the floor of the Senate from the Clinton News Network:

These people are not "Americans", they are here illegally and they need to be returned back to their nation of origin until they can figure out how to do things the right way. This isn't anti-immigration, it is being pro-US and supporting the laws that help make this land the greatest country on God's green earth! And for the liberals in Congress like Harry Reid to not see this is nothing short of treason and they should be removed from office at the very least.

For over a hundred years immigrants have entered this country legally, many in the shadows of the Statue of Liberty and the inscription of:
"Give me your tired, your poor,Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"
Their goal was and is to become part of the great melting pot that makes this country great...to become an American; unlike these illegal aliens who violate our laws to get here and do everything they can to not assimilate into our country.

I'm proud to be an American, once again...and i welcome any and all who chose to enter this country legally. But as for those who choose not to enter legally...they are anything BUT American.

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

I'm Tired

Here is a letter i received by email from a member of the church i pastor who served in the USMC in Vietnam (Semper Fi!)...it was written by an Army Lt. Colonel named Joe Repya who came out of retirement in 2004 in order to serve in Operation Iraqi Freedom. If you question the legitimacy of this, feel free to read the article on Snopes.


"I'm Tired"

Two weeks ago, as I was starting my sixth month of duty in Iraq , I was forced to return to the USA for surgery for an injury I sustained prior to my deployment. With luck, I'll return to Iraq to finish my tour.

I left Baghdad and a war that has every indication that we are winning, to return to a demoralized country much like the one I returned to in 1971 after my tour in Vietnam . Maybe it's because I'll turn 60 years old in just four months, but...I'm tired.

I'm tired of spineless politicians, both Democrat and Republican who lack the courage, fortitude, and character to see these difficult tasks through.

I'm tired of the hypocrisy of politicians who want to rewrite history when the going gets tough.

I'm tired of the disingenuous clamor from those that claim they 'Support the Troops' by wanting them to 'Cut and Run' before victory is achieved.

I'm tired of a mainstream media that can only focus on car bombs and casualty reports because they are too afraid to leave the safety of their hotels to report on the courage and success our brave men and women are having on the battlefield.

I'm tired that so many Americans think you can rebuild a dictatorship into a democracy over night.

I'm tired that so many ignore the bravery of the Iraqi people to go to the voting booth and freely elect a Constitution and soon a permanent Parliament.

I'm tired of the so called 'Elite Left' that prolongs this war by giving aid and comfort to our enemy, just as they did during the Vietnam War.

I'm tired of antiwar protesters showing up at the funerals of our fallen soldiers. A family who's loved ones gave their life in a just and noble cause, only to be cruelly tormented on the funeral day by cowardly protesters is beyond shameful.

I'm tired that my generation, the Baby Boom -- Vietnam generation, who have such a weak backbone that they can't stomach seeing the difficult tasks through to victory.

I'm tired that some are more concerned about the treatment of captives than they are the slaughter and beheading of our citizens and allies.

I'm tired that when we find mass graves it is seldom reported by the press, but mistreat a prisoner and it is front page news.Mostly,

I'm tired that the people of this great nation didn't learn from history that there is no substitute for Victory.

Joe Repya,
Lieutenant Colonel , U. S. Army
101st Airborne Division

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Don't let the door hit you on the way out...

Well, it appears that America's "Crazy Aunt" that we would prefer to keep down in the basement and out of the public's view has decided to call it quits...and this is none other than Cindy Sheehan. This life long leftist who decided to call herself the "Peace Mom" after her son Casey died a heroes death in Iraq is hanging up her protest signs after accusing the democrats of caving in to President George W. Bush.

In the "resignation letter" on her blog (which i will not post here because she doesn't deserve any more free press), she said, "Good-bye America ... you are not the country that I love and I finally realized no matter how much I sacrifice, I can't make you be that country unless you want it." Perhaps if she is looking for the country she can love, she should try Venezuela where her socialist dictator buddy Hugo Chavez is firing rubber bullets and water cannons at those that he refuses to give the 1st Amendment rights that she has here in these Great United States of America.

I feel sorry for Cindy Sheehan in the loss of her son, that is a pain i hope i never have to experience myself...but if my child chooses to defend the freedoms of this great country, it is a sacrifice that i would have to make. But what i feel more sorry for is how she has allowed her hatred for President George W. Bush and our great country to drive her into these insane rants.

So, good bye Cindy...so long, farewell, and good riddance. And please, don't let the door hit you in the rear on the way out!

Sunday, April 22, 2007

2008 Democratic National Convention Schedule

A proposed schedule for the 2008 DNC Convention in Denver, CO has been leaked and i thought i would go ahead and give you a heads up as to what to expect from the Blue Staters:

7:00 p.m. Opening flag burning.
7:15 p.m. Pledge of Allegiance to the United Nations.
7:30 p.m. Ted Kennedy proposes a toast.
7:30 p.m. Nonreligious prayer and worship: Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton leading the idolatry
8:00 p.m. Ted Kennedy proposes a toast.

8:05 p.m. Ceremonial tree hugging.
8:15 p.m. Gay Wedding: Barney Frank, presiding.
8:30 p.m. Ted Kennedy proposes a toast.
8:35 p.m. Memorial for Saddam: Cindy Sheehan, Susan Sarandon.

9:00 p.m. Keynote speech: "The Proper Etiquette for Surrender", French President Jacques Chirac
9:15 p.m. Ted Kennedy proposes a toast.
9:20 p.m. Collection to benefit Osama Bin Laden Kidney Transplant Fund.

9:30 p.m. Unveiling of plan to free freedom fighters from Guantanamo Bay: Sean Penn.
9:40 p.m. Why I Hate the Military: A short talk by William Jefferson Clinton.
9:45 p.m. Ted Kennedy Proposes a toast.

9:50 p.m. Dan Rather receives "The Truth In Broadcasting" award, presented by Michael Moore.
9:55 p.m. Ted Kennedy proposes a toast.

10:00 p.m. Presentation: "How George Bush and Donald Rumsfeld brought down the Trade Center"

10:30 p.m. Nomination of Hillary Clinton for President by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
11:00 p.m. Ted Kennedy Proposes a toast.

11:05 p.m. Senator Obama nominated for Vice President by Fidel Castro
11:15 p.m. "Our Troops are War Criminals", presented by John Kerry.

11:30 p.m. Coronation of Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton.
12:00 p.m. Ted Kennedy proposes a toast.
12:05 p.m. Bill Clinton asks Ted Kennedy to drive Hillary home.

Well, it just sounds like a good old time to me...a liberal love fest filled with more the typical blame America rhetoric and hatred of George W. Bush that we can expect from them!

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Roe v. Wade and Virginia Tech

While leftists like Rosie O'Donnell rant and rave about the need to ban weapons and remove the 2nd Amendment from our Constitution, and all of the major networks continue to beat that dead horse...i have to suggest that the wrong "right" is to blame for what took place at Virginia Tech on Monday.

Roe v. Wade was decided on Jan. 22, 1973 and made abortion on demand a "right" and has had the greatest influence on the culture of death we now live in. I also think that this "right" to abortion had more to do with the senseless deaths of 32 teachers and students in Blacksburg, VA than the right to bear arms did. The reason is privacy, "the ability of an individual or group to keep their lives and personal affairs out of public view, or to control the flow of information about themselves."

Because of these so called privacy laws that were used to argue in favor of abortion, and have been further defined by HIPAA, the mental issues of Cho Seung-Hui could not be released to those who needed to know about it; such as VT administrators, campus police, et al. Even though he was ruled "mentally ill" according to ABC News, and a counselor even said he"Presents an imminent danger to others as a result of mental illness"; it was a secret that he had a "right" to take to his grave. His so called "right of privacy" that kept his mental issues in a doctor's office file has a trail of blood leading to those two buildings on the campus of Virginia Tech.

So Rosie, ABCNNBCBS News, and all other gun hating but abortion loving leftists...you want to point a finger at a "right" to blame for the Virginia Tech tragedy; look past the 2nd Amendment and then look no further than your precious right to kill unborn babies.

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

A glimmer of light in the darkness

With the the tragedy at Virginia Tech, increased violence by terrorists in Iraq, and the ever consistent lies and distortions coming from the American left...we can use some good news; and we got it today.

The US Supreme Court, by a 5-4 margin, ruled in favor of a national ban on infanticide...that brutal procedure called partial birth abortion where a baby is partially given birth to before having his or her head crushed by a "doctor of medicine". Ruling for the ban were Chief Justice John Roberts, new Justice Samuel Alito, Constitution Constructionists Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia and then Justice Anthony Kennedy giving the majority opinion. Justice Kennedy said in his opinion, "Respondents have not demonstrated that the Act, as a facial matter, is void for vagueness, or that it imposes an undue burden on a woman's right to abortion based on its overbreadth or lack of a health exemption." Obviously he was looking at this alleged medical procedure from a legal standpoint rather than a moral issue, but the fact still stands that the lives of children are going to be saved as a result of this decision.

Voting against this decision was the usual suspects of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, David Souter, and John Paul Stevens. In her dissent, Justice Ginsburg shows how much she really doesn't get it by saying, "For the first time time since Roe, the court blesses a prohibition with no exception safeguarding a woman's health." Eve Gartner of Planned Parenthood, who by the way is the largest provide of abortions in the US (which means that they have a financial stake in this) said, "This ruling flies in the face of 30 years of Supreme Court precedent and the best interest of women's health and safety. ... This ruling tells women that politicians, not doctors, will make their health care decisions for them."

When will these people ever admit that they are not looking out for a woman's health? I want to see statistics showing how many abortions take place because the mother's life is in danger in comparison to those who just want to end the pregnancy...in other words, birth control.
How about these statistics, single women are 4 times more likely to have abortions than married women. Maybe this one, of the estimated 3 million single women who become pregnant...half of them will seek an abortion. OK, one more...60% of the women who have had abortions since 2000 had previous abortions. And this is all for the mother's "health"?

Isn't ironic that while those who support killing the unborn and violating that right to life that is promised in the Bill of Rights also want to ban the 2nd amendment's right to gun ownership?

Anyway, thank you Supreme Court for giving us a little glimmer of light in the midst of the darkness.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

When tragedy strikes: Thoughts on Virginia Tech

Yesterday morning at 7:15 AM gunfire was reported in a dorm at Virginia Tech University, within the hour this building was locked down with campus police searching for a gunman after 2 people were shot and killed. Less than two hours later, about 9:15 AM gunfire was reported in another campus building, nearly half a mile away. When all was said and done, at least 32 are reported as being killed along with the gunman, a South Korean student, with many others injured. Students, teachers, lecturers…all innocent victims to one man's homicidal rampage.

For some, the easy thing to do right now is to ask, "Where is God at?" or "Why does God allow things like this to happen?", as they fall into that vicious cycle of doubt that only leads to a slow and painful decay of hope. For others they might call out to God, like the many who sang "I will sing of His love forever" last night by candlelight in Blacksburg, VA.

I can understand the questions, and I can understand those who are calling out to God…but when all is said and done, not even I know all of the answers. I wish I did, but I don't. Just like any other person; be it clergy or layman, Christian or atheist, adult or child does not know all the answers.
But there are a few things I do know and I am certain of, and I would like to share those

1. Life is uncertain: James 4:14 tells us, "You don't even know what tomorrow will bring - what your life will be! For you are a bit of smoke that appears for a little while, then vanishes." (Holman Christian Standard Bible)

I've heard some say that the only certain thing about life is its uncertainty…and I have to agree. I can control right here and now at best, and that isn't even all the time. I have no control over others, and no control over tomorrow; just my present. Neither me, nor you are promised tomorrow…and we are all appointed a time to do, and then we face the judgment according to Hebrews 9:27. That is why it is so important to make the most of every moment we live and ever breath we take.

2. There is bound to be trouble: In Matthew 5:45 Jesus tells us, "For He (meaning God) causes His sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous."

We live in a fallen world. When Adam bit into that piece of fruit, life was changed in an instance. We now face evil on a daily basis, and the same tempter who influenced Adam and Eve is still at work seeking to steal, kill and destroy (John 10:10). As a result, bad things happen to even the best of people. We are going to face pain and death at some time in our life, and this is a sad reality that we must face. But thankfully we have a hope in spite of this, according to my next point…

3. We have a safe place: In Psalm 27:5, the Holy Spirit inspired King David to say, "For He will conceal me in His shelter in the day of adversity; He will hide me under the cover of His tent; He will set me high on a rock."

Once again, people are crying out to God in prayer or calling their clergy on the phone and asking, "Why?" and wondering if they are really safe. A college campus should be a safe place, right? I can't help but remember those words of FDR when he reassured a struggling America that "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." Fear is a terrible thing and is not a place where we want to stay and reside; especially when God has given us a safe haven.

We can't trust in our finances as we see the ups and downs of the stock market, military might as we saw on 9/11 when terrorists struck the Pentagon, or our government which is nothing more than organized chaos with one side attacking the other. But we can trust in the Lord our God. Psalm 20:7 tells us, "Some take pride in chariot, and others in horses, but we take pride in the name of the Lord our God."

God has not given a spirit of fear, according to 2 Timothy 1:7, but of power, love and sound judgment. All we have to do is lift up our eyes to the hills from where our help comes from (Psalm 121), and there we find God's arms wide open for us.

4. This is a time Act: Jesus said in John 4:35 "Don't you say, 'There are still four more months, then comes the harvest.' Listen to what I'm telling you: Open your eyes and look at the fields, for they are ready for harvest."

While the police at VT and in Blacksburg sort through the evidence and figure out what happened and why, the talking heads you see on the network news will point fingers and try to accuse blame on anyone and everyone they disagree with. The loved ones of the victims will mourn, and these students who witnessed this will hopefully find some way to not only cope, but to recover from this. While all of this, and then more takes place…it's time for the church to react and take action.

We need to set our priorities based on God's priorities. We need to be asking ourselves, how many of these victims were not yet saved by grace through faith alone? Had a Christian even shared the Gospel of Jesus Christ with them? Each one of these souls mattered to someone, and they mattered to God because He sent His Son to pay a price for their sins so that they might be forgiven and given eternal life (John 3:16).And finally…

5. God is Speaking To His Church: "…and My people who are called by My name humble themselves, pray and seek My face, and turn from their evil ways, then I will hear from heaven, forgiven their sin, and heal their land." 2 Chronicles 7:14

If you read through God's message to each of the churches in Revelations, you will find, "Anyone who has an ear should listen…" at the end of each letter. I believe that when Oklahoma Cities, Columbines, 9/11's and now Virginia Techs happen that the church needs to hear the message. I really do believe that God is yelling at us in the church to wake up, get off our little boxes that we have tried to put Him into, get onto our faces and cry out to Him like we need Him…because we do!

The Church of Jesus Christ, the one that is made up of born again believers, who are saved by grace through faith alone, is a sleeping giant; and it's time to stop hitting the snooze button. We need to get our attention off ourselves and realize that Jesus is standing at the door and knocking (Revelation 3:20)…and it's for us, not for those outside the church. I just have to wonder what it will take for me and you to open that door.

Father God, forgive me for sleeping, and forgive me for not paying attention. Forgive me for not making your Gospel known, and for keeping it to myself. Take me, break me, mold me and make me…it has to be less of me and more of You Lord Jesus. Please bring healing to Virginia Tech and bring revival to our land.