Monday, April 28, 2008


Tomorrow, April 29th. is the deadline for registering to vote or changing your party affiliation in Oregon and still be able to vote in the May primary! If you plan on voting for Ron Paul in the primary you must be registered as a Republican. If you want you can print out the voter's registration card by going to the Oregon voters website and downloading a copy. You must still drop off the form at the elections office. I think that mailing it would not get it there in time. Don't miss this opportunity to make your voice heard.

Friday, April 25, 2008

Thank you President Bush

People of New Orleans, you may not have a place to live but at least you have a new Mexican Consulate. George Bush was delighted to be on hand to celebrate the reopening of the consulate April 21st.
I wasn't aware that we can thank the Mexican military for their assistance in the Katrina disaster. I wonder if this is the same military that has been shooting at American civilians and border patrol and directing drug traffickers?

Oh and we can also thank President Calderone for the following reassuring words:

"And this consulate in New Orleans, the 48th of our country on U.S. soil and the fifth that Mexico has opened during my administration, will contribute to the purpose of strengthening the ties between Mexico and the United States, and so that North America moves towards a future of prosperity and security for our nations. May all Mexicans who live in the United States know, and in particular those who are living in the states of Louisiana and Mississippi, that my administration will continue to watch over its -- their security and their rights."

"Thank you very much, Mr. President, for being here, and much success to these new consular offices. Thank you very much. (Applause.)"

Yes and thank you for bringing us one step closer to the North American Union and destroying our sovereignty. Thanks a bunch.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Bad Science Can Kill

At the 2008 International Conference on Climate Change on March 3rd., Lord Christopher Monckton, former adviser for Margaret Thatcher warns that Global Warming Alarmism can kill people if you "...get the science wrong."
“I think the question you’re asking is who’s behind the scare,” Monckton said. “There’s been a long history of scares recently and scientific frauds of various kinds. It began, I suppose, with the eugenics movement in the 1930s which led to Hitler. It followed on with the Lysenko movement in Russia under Stalin. It went on with the great leap back under Chairman Mao which led again to tens of millions of deaths. The point you’re making is that this kills people if you get the science wrong.”

Monckton used the banning of DDT, which was linked to the deaths of 40 million children dying from malaria, as an example. The World Health Organization lifted the ban on Sept. 14, 2006, and that was, as Monckton said, “The science standing in front of politics.”

Monckton held the media responsible for the one-sided portrayal of the climate change issue and stated that global warming alarmism can be defeated when refuted by science.
“You sell far more papers by saying, ‘Gee, wow – World to End; Shock; Sensation’ than you do by saying ‘Climate Continues to [be] Changeable,’ which is the truth,” Monckton said.

Monckton told the audience that the science will eventually prevail and the “scare” of global warming will go away.

“They’ve got the science wrong and it will gradually penetrate to the general public that they have got the science wrong and once the penny drops – that will be the end of this scare too,” Monckton added. “We’re not far away from it now.”

Thursday, April 17, 2008

I may not know art, but I know what I don't like.

From the Yale Daily News

Martine Powers
Staff Reporter
Published Thursday, April 17, 2008

Art major Aliza Shvarts '08 wants to make a statement.

Beginning next Tuesday, Shvarts will be displaying her senior art project, a documentation of a nine-month process during which she artificially inseminated herself "as often as possible" while periodically taking abortifacient drugs to induce miscarriages. Her exhibition will feature video recordings of these forced miscarriages as well as preserved collections of the blood from the process.
The display of Schvarts' project will feature a large cube suspended from the ceiling of a room in the gallery of Green Hall. Schvarts will wrap hundreds of feet of plastic sheeting around this cube; lined between layers of the sheeting will be the blood from Schvarts' self-induced miscarriages mixed with Vaseline in order to prevent the blood from drying and to extend the blood throughout the plastic sheeting.

Schvarts will then project recorded videos onto the four sides of the cube. These videos, captured on a VHS camcorder, will show her experiencing miscarriages in her bathrooom tub, she said. Similar videos will be projected onto the walls of the room.

Saturday, April 12, 2008

In An Absolut World

Perhaps this is would make Absolut Vodka happy.
Or was it Mexico that defeated the Nazis?

Thursday, April 03, 2008

Doing the Jobs That Americans Won't Do.

Two illegal immigrants, including a 20-year-old who attended Willamette High School, were each sentenced to 10 years in prison Tuesday for their roles in a heroin ring that investigators believe distributed about 55 pounds of heroin and 15 pounds of methamphetamine monthly in the southern Willamette Valley.
Marcelino “Celino” Vargas-Escobar, 20, lived with the sister of 36-year-old Armando Paz-Mendez — described by federal prosecutors as “the primary supplier of heroin dealers” in the Eugene-Springfield area before his arrest last year.

Paz-Mendez was sentenced in February to 15 years in federal prison. The price of black tar heroin doubled in the local market soon after Paz-Mendez and more than 30 of his associates, including Vargas-Escobar, were arrested in March 2007, officials said.

n a statement to U.S. District Judge Michael Hogan, Vargas-Escobar apologized to the country, the community, his family and friends. “As you all know, every human being makes mistakes,” he said. “Some of us learn from them. Some of us fall back into that mistake. I am living that mistake.”

But hey, we all make mistakes, right? They just come here for a better life. To hell with your kid's life.