Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Monday, June 4, 2007

STD's At Boulder High School

We should all be grateful that we have someone like Bill O'Reilly on national television reporting the relevant news of the day with no spin. Bill O'Reilly has hit the nail on the head once again with a report that was aired last Tuesday night on his show "The O'Reilly Factor". O'Reilly called attention to a Conference On World Affairs (CWA) panel discussion held at Boulder High School, in which the title of the discussion was, STD's: "Sex,Teens and Drugs". The panelists openly discussed and supported the use of drugs, and promoted sexual relations among the young teens who were in attendance. I listened to a portion of the tape and I was appauled to hear what these so-called educators were saying to these young children. The panelists were urging the children to explore their sexuality by engaging in sexual activity with opposite sex partners, same sex partners , or any combination of sex partners. Furthermore, one panelist was heard discussing the difficulty of maintaining an erection while using a condom. Drug use became another hot topic for the panel, as the five panelists went into a lenghthy conversation about drug use and the need for the legalization of drugs! They discussed the consumption of weed, hash, and mushrooms, along with other drug laden consumables. We should all be completely outraged that such a panel could have taken place at a public high school. At the very least this was a criminal act of child abuse. Don't we all bear the responsibility of educating children and teaching them good wholesome values that they can then use to better our society as they enter into adulthood? This CWA panel should never again be allowed to hold these discussions among teenage children, and an immediate investigation should be launched concerning this matter. There should be legislation created to prevent these criminals from pandering their wares to our impressionable children. Someone should be held accountable for this outrage. Let's start with Boulder High School Principal Bud Jenkins, or School board President Helayne Jones, or maybe Superintendent George Garcia. It's very obvious to me, that these people didn't think this thing through before they allowed it to take place. Apparently, the Rocky Mountain News was the only Denver press media outlet that ran the story. None of the other news outlets in Colorado even bothered to run the story, including the Denver Post. These idiots that ran this panel are a scourge on society contributing to the moral decline of our great nation. Aren't these the same radical liberal nut jobs who are now teaching children that it's alright to take drugs, and experiment with sexual activity? It appears as though Boulder, Colorado has become a bastion for liberal secular progressives who are working tirelessly at destroying the moral fiber of our country. These secular progressives are now trying to establish anarchy and lawlessness in the city of Boulder. I urge you to call Boulder High school and express your outrage. Shouldn't we all be up in arms over this incident? www.rockymountainnews.com, www.denverpost.com, www.foxnews.com, www.billoreilly.com

Sunday, June 3, 2007

Re-establishing The Republican Agenda

Somewhere along the way ,it seems as though the republican party has deviated from the fundamental conservative principles that have made republicans the dominant political party in America. And although we no longer hold sway over both houses, must we now defer to the half baked ideological nonsense of the liberal left? It is time to reaffirm and re-establish the republican agenda, instead of wasting so much of our time defending our position to the democrats. Let's face it, liberals will probably continue to do what they have always done to promote their policies and party. We on the other hand, should be focused on the strategies that we must implement in order to be successful going forward. Are we going to continue to allow the left to draw us into the bi-partisan fray, bickering with them over every inconsequential issue made political by the democrats? Maybe we should remember the Reagan and Bush "the senior" years, as an example for us to follow, reminding us of all the things that made that period in American history so great! Back then, conservatives were able to send a clear message to the American people, and to our enemies, of what we stood for. The American public could count on republicans to provide a clear vision about the direction that this country was going in. It's time to re-establish the republican agenda, such that the American people can have confidence in our system of government, and in the person that we nominate to represent our party. Just like the confidence that we all had during the Reagan/Bush years. These great men where the embodiment of republican ideals. They stood for a strong defense, a thriving economy, strong foreign policy, and a tough stance on crime at home. Our enemies understood not to test the mettle of the American people! These are the hallmarks of the republican agenda. Shouldn't we endeavor to re-establidsh these principles and ideals so that we can regain our leadership role in American politics?
Currently, the hot topic is immigration reform. The reason that the immigration bill is so unpopular with American voters is that the general public does not believe that it will work. Rasmussen Reports national survey found that 68% of Americans believe that it's impossible to reduce illegal immigration, while 20% disagree. 66% believe that it does not make sense to debate the issue when we first need to control our boarders. I tend to agree with the latter. Is it wise to create new immigration legislation when the current laws concerning immigration are not being enforced? It's just plain common sense! We need to secure our boarders to ensure that illegal immigrants are not entering our country, then we can consider new laws. Is it right to allow illegals to compromise our boarders, compete for jobs with American workers, and roam about our country unfettered and undocumented? Any compromise proposal concerning immigration is simply unacceptable! We don't need a lot of political mumbo jumbo, it's just common sense. Let us look forward to the coming presidential election with optimism and much anticipation. It's time for republicans to get back to the basics, basic conservative politics is what we need to restore order in America, and keep our country out of the hands of hardcore liberal left wing nuts, whose primary purpose is to weaken and destabilize the strength of our great nation! As Patriot Americans, shouldn't we do all that we can do to stand together in re-establishing the republican agenda?