Scars and Stripes: The Boston Bombing Unfurled
Boston has always maintained a sense of autonomy. Annexed by America’s epic battles for self-governance, the city remains an industriousness co-mingling of old and new world identity. Gem of the sea Irish pride still pervades Southie, while Dorchester, as distant from rice fields wide enough for a flock of storks to spread their wings across, is home to a new generation of Vietnamese émigrés. On | Read More »
A Convenient Amnesty
After being booked, most felons want to speak to a lawyer. Not this cat. Two decades of falsely assimilating into the American milieu entitled Onyango Obama a call to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to make bail. Or so he thought. Framingham police weren’t as accommodating. Obama’s pleading not guilty to driving under the influence was hardly unexpected for someone who’d been flying under the radar since | Read More »
Are you living in a “Constitution-free zone”? Most of us are!
Homeland Security: “You’re driving along a remote, dusty road, when suddenly you come upon a border patrol checkpoint. There, agents demand to see your identity papers, and search your car. You are taken by surprise, because you know you haven’t wandered across the Texas-Mexico border. In fact, you’re quite sure of that, because you’re driving through rural Wisconsin countryside west of Green Bay. Even the | Read More »
Is Drinking Water a Greater Threat than Al-Qaeda?
Is drinking water a greater threat to our national security than Al-Qaeda? Well, if you get your information from Barack Obama’s website, you certainly might think so. If you browse the “Defense”, “Homeland Security”, and “Foreign Policy” sections of BarackObama.com, you will not find a single reference to Al-Qaeda, a single reference to radical Islamic jihad, a single reference to Usama Bin Laden, or a | Read More »