Friday, March 31, 2006


I was outraged at the SacBee's article titled Getting Tough on Illegal dumping. I would like the term to be undocumented dumping. Its unfair that they would impose a fine on the undocumented dumper. What we should have is a guest dumper program and a subsidy for those undocumented dumpers that cant afford to go the landfill. What we don't need is a wall surrounding current dumping sites. In a racist remark Supervisor Roger Dickinson said"Those who are responsible for degrading our environment, from detracting from what makes our neighborhood livable, will pay the price."
Many students will take to the street in a show of solidarity for the undocumented dumper. John H Regan High School Principal, Robert Pambello opened up the schools dumpster for the undocumented. California assembley speaker Fabian Nunez warned Gov. Schwarzenegger not to be on the wrong side of this issue.

Thursday, March 30, 2006


"I just couldn't take it any more." Those were the words of Bert after his arrest for going berserk after sitting in the Crest Theatre and listening to Al (please tune in my radio show) Franken and Ben Stien impersonator Phil Angelides now turned gubernatorial hopeful. Phil attacked his opponent and said "He has a checkbook as big as Schwarzenegger's ego" Of course if Phil becomes governor he will have a checkbook as long as the California coast line. And according to his plans he intends to use it. When asked what made him go berserk Bert said "it was when Phil said This is where I reveal to the world where I saw Al Franken naked." "I just couldn't take the image and went crazy." The sad story may be read at the SacBee


The U.N. Security Council today unanimously called on Iran to suspend uranium enrichment activities within 30 days or else be rebuked again, Iran's U.N.Ambassador stated "We are allergic to pressure and intimidation" as well as common sense and freedom. It was unknown at the time if France, Germany and Russia would participate in the food for nukes program. The French Ambassaodr had this to say

Wednesday, March 29, 2006


They had no immigration problem plus had a great tourist attraction. Of course they didn't have to do an environmental impact study, put up with politicians that were more interested in votes then the security of their nation.

Monday, March 27, 2006



professor Saddam Hussein's class on liberalism 101 as reported by the Daily Press had this to say in his opening remarks "America is a complicated country," Saddam is quoted in the report as saying. "Understanding it requires a politician's alertness that is beyond the intelligence community ... That is my specialty." and as if a prophet said this regarding fighting America. "We can pursue (the Americans) until they lose their nerve and until they lose hope." Well thanks to the media were making that come true.

Sunday, March 26, 2006


Lots of debate going on regarding the pending immigration bill, both pro and con. I think that there will not be any real reform. Why? look at the picture on the right: two words VOTER BLOCK when any politician sees that many people it doesn't matter if they can legally vote or not very few will do what needs to be done i.e. social security i.e. Medicare. So those of you not in favor of any real reform.

Saturday, March 25, 2006


So after super sizing your fries and soft drinks its good to know that you can super size other things.


Part time Ben Stien impersonator, Robin Hood wannabe and Governor hopeful has come up with an original idea for helping Californians education problems. We'll just throw more money at it. We'll just keep taxing corporations and wealthy people until they all leave. So we continue with the premise that its someone else's responsibility to pay for your kids pre-school and college. Hey Phil here's a novel idea. Come up with a plan that will start showing a return on the investment of the over $50 billion or a median of $6857 per student. The Bee also states Phil would cut tuition rates for public colleges and universities. Phil what you need to realize is, its not your money.

Friday, March 24, 2006


Is the Village Voice correct with believing that Republicans are now joining in on bashing Bush. They even started a dance called the Bush Bash you can see how to do it here


With the help of Tyrone Terrill, St Paul's city human rights director
The citizens of St. Paul will be spared the indignity of seeing a poster of the Easter bunny and colored eggs. Tyone feels the display will offend non-christens. As a Christian I always thought it was a stretch to draw an efferents from Christ to the Easter bunny. The Easter bunny has its origin in pre-Christian fertility lore. Tyrone also would like to remove Sunday from the calender but was afraid he would have one less day off a week. This sad tale can be read at the Star Tribune Just noticed that my friend Fetching jen also posted the same subject, sorry Jen

Thursday, March 23, 2006


Not to be out gunned by Hillary Clinton. Diane Feinstein today demonstrated how she would solve the border crisis in America


No loner able to skim money from Sadaams oil for food program and ignoring what happens when more people get in the wagon the how many are pulling it. The laws allowing a business to fire a young worker had been made easier. The French youth were outraged. What fire me! How dare they! Storm the Bastile. Geee if the french had the UAW they could all retire now.


Hillary was a on a rant yesterday when she was with New York immigration advocates. She called the house bill on immigration as "mean-spirited" She just loves to throw that little phrase out. She stated It is certainly not in keeping with my understanding of the Scriptures," Clinton said, "because this bill would literally criminalize the Good Samaritan and probably even Jesus himself." No I think the left and the ACLU has already done that Hillary. No one uses the poor, or the victims of this world better then the left. The left sees illegal aliens as a potential voting block. I know they aren't supposed to vote but then neither where all the dead people on voter records either. Yes the left would love to stop any worth while legislation on immigration, but would like to continue the importing of poverty.

Wednesday, March 22, 2006


politics aside for a moment but could Kevin Covais of American Idol pass for the less manly George Bush Ruth Marcus (post-below) was looking for?

Tuesday, March 21, 2006


The talk on all the radio stations today was this administrations manliness. An article in the Washinton Post by Ruth Marcus goes on to explain why we should have less manliness. When the Clinton administration was in charge we tried to get along and be diplomatic and what did it get us? And didn't the left say the reason Bush picked Cheney for Vice President was because Bush didn't have enough gravitas? Well Ruth turn up the speakers this one is for

Monday, March 20, 2006


After her trip to Israel, political scientist turned actress Sharon Stone had much wisdom to pass on. After a millennium of problems who would have thought it was that easy. Sharon said "It feels to me that we have an opportunity ... To choose understanding in a new way," she told a press conference in Paris when asked about her trip. She went on to say. "We are just that breath away from a peaceful co-existence," "And it really is just a breath. It's just an agreement that's just a breath. We are not far apart. We can choose to have this alternative kind of growth that is a collective nuance of understanding. Hey Sharon get a grip. All any guy wants to do is look at you not listen to you.

Sunday, March 19, 2006


Well it comes as no surprise to me that there is talk about making a movie about Cindy Sheehan. writes that Susan Sarandon will play Cindy not much of a stretch there. I'm sure the movie will be as big a box office success as Ishtar or some other Hollywood bombs Who I really feel sorry for is Cindy's daughter Carly. She lost a brother to a war, a father to divorce and a mother to exploitation. Carly does make one striking remark and that is "It's sad that everybody wants to talk about my mom, but nobody even asks about Casey anymore ..."

Friday, March 17, 2006


Looks like Sonoma County health care worker George Albergi won the lotto, after a Sonomo County Superior Court awarded him $1.5 million in lost wages and $5 million for pain and suffering.
For 14 years he worked with the county's Human Services Department. Alberigi was diagnosed with panic disorder and agoraphobia (fear of being in public places) He was allowed to interview medi-cal patients by phone. He then applied for a promotion in 2001 This new job would have required him to meet with clients in person. And needless to say didn't get the job and went on permanent disability and sued the county in 2003.
Now am I to believe this guy was paid $250,000 a year as a county case worker?
Mr Alberigi may have a fear of public places but certainly not one of public money
source the Press Democrat

Wednesday, March 15, 2006


Dr Sultan Waffa is a brave women she really angered Muslim clerics when she was interviewed on Al-Jazera. After the exchange she was branded a heretic and has received numerous death threats. The interview can be seen here . This is the first time I have seen it and I wanted to pass it on. More about her can be read on Michael Yon:online magazine

Sunday, March 12, 2006

HR 4437

There were some pretty well organized protest over HR 4437 the Border Protection, Antiterrorism, and Illegal Immigration Control Act of 2005 . I thought what could they be protesting about?What don't they like/
could it be 1.revise the definition of aggravated felony?
2.provide mandatory minimum sentences on smuggling convictions, and expand seizure and forfeiture authority?
3.make illegal U.S. presence a crime?
4.increases penalties for improper U.S. entry and for marriage and immigration-related entrepreneurship fraud?
5. provide mandatory minimum sentences for aliens convicted of reentry after removal?
6. Impose on smugglers the same sentences that the aliens they have smuggled would receive?
7. Include among smuggling crimes the carrying or use of a firearm during such activity?
8. Revise voluntary departure provisions?
Maybe they don't like the fact that it bars an alien for these reasons:
(1) deportable on terrorist grounds from receiving withholding of removal; (2) convicted of an aggravated felony, unlawful procurement of citizenship, or domestic violence, stalking, or child abuse from admissibility; (3) convicted of an aggravated felony from refugee or asylee status adjustment; (4) removable on terrorist grounds from becoming naturalized; and (5) from being naturalized while in removal proceedings.
Or maybe they don't like the act because it bars aliens that have been convicted of any crime associated with street gangs
Maybe we need to follow the money of the folks who organize these protest.

Friday, March 10, 2006


Now that the California Supreme Court ruled in favor with the city of Berkeley we can all breathe a collective sigh of relief. After all how can a community such as Berkeley live with a group of folks that have this for an oath" I promise to do my duty to God, andHelp strengthen America;To help others, and To seek truth, fairness, and adventure in our world." Berkeley officials said we can't have young people running around with values like that. In the mean time Berkeley will start negotiations with the Dubai Ports World. Attorney General Bill Lockyer called the ruling " A victory for all Californians who oppose discrimination" Right, sure Bill

Thursday, March 09, 2006


Because Ralph, Fetching Jen and Mahndisa are not on the Sacramento City Council the IMAX theater gets a reprieve. Well why not? Michael Morales got one. The SacBee reported today that the city council voted unanimously to pony up to the tune of $75,000 annually for five years to keep the IMESS I mean IMAX going until it brings in the stampede of people it has been promising for the past eight years. And by gosh we'll give them another five years to do it. According to the Bee several council members expressed reservations about subsidizing the theater. So to make them feel better part of the agreement was for IMAX to give 500 tickets to the city's eight council districts for children who could not normally afford a ticket. Let me see 4,000 tickets at approx. $13.00= $52,000 Why don't we just use the money to buy 6,000 tickets for the kids. This would bring in $78,000 for IMAX make 6,000 kids happy and bring in the much needed foot traffic. Of course 6,000 kids that cant afford a ticket wont spend much on K street, well we can always subsidize the other businesses.
Dana Phillips, legal council for the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency was quoted as saying "It's not a gift of public funds" Hey Dana if it quacks like a duck and walks like a duck.

Monday, March 06, 2006


Terry Hardy's article in the SacBee reports the City Council's dilemma over paying the $375,000 subsidy. Not a lot of money in terms of city budgets, but its still the peoples money and I wonder if its well spent. Doug Link, IMAX theater director said."The city outlay is money well spent" Of course he would say that it could be his job on the line. He went on to say . "The city is protecting its investment." What investment is that? IMAX attendance is at best less then half of the projections. Eight years and over $6 million dollars have not turned the Esquire Plaza project into the thriving entertainment district and never will. However I'm sure the City Council will go ahead and pay the rent, and ten years from now the Taskopoulos's will sell out for a tidy profit.

Friday, March 03, 2006


Thursday, March 02, 2006


Iran's Energy Minister Parvis Fattah visited Isfahan nuclear research and fuel production center on Wednesday.
HE said "The Islamic Republic of Iran by relying on its own scientists' knowledge and expertise has turned into a country with nuclear know-how and has declared repeatedly that it will use the technology for peaceful purposes only." Before making that statement they all put on mask to hide their laughter.

Wednesday, March 01, 2006


An article in The Nation by Jeremy Brecher & Brendan Smith (hard to believe it took two to write this) Titled Where Are the Good Americans? The article tries to tie in Guantanamo and the Nazi concentration camps. They would like us to follow the recommendations of the Human Rights commission of which some members of freedom loving people everywhere include China, Cuba,Sudan,Pakistan,Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Ethiopia to name a few. They would also like to hold us accountable under the Geneva convention. However; the prisoners are terrorist and not combatants as defined by the Geneva conventions. Where are the good Americans? well 3056 of them died on 9/11.