Monthly Archive: August 2010

Aug 30

Fanatics who agree with atheists

By Don Hank When I was a kid, there was this friend of my father’s who liked to show off what a good Bible-believing fundamentalist he was. I always suspected he was terrified of burning in hell for making just a slip of the tongue and therefore went overboard to show his rigorous adherence to …

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Aug 30

More on the revolutionary mind

Something we can call the Revolution has gutted the West — absconded with its treasure, destroyed its cultures and faith in God, enslaved it to sex and drugs, stolen democracy, replacing it with a dictatorship indifferent — and impervious — to individual needs, desires and strivings, and reduced us to the lowest common denominator. It did …

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Aug 29

Reverse migration — look for it

By Don Hank I ran into a guy from Kentucky today that I had met once before. He’s a heck of a nice guy, doesn’t speak much Spanish and likes to chat with other gringos. I hadn’t had much time to talk to him the first time we met, in a Toyota dealership near Panama …

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Aug 29

Terrorist who will be brazil’s president came to our White House

by Don Hank Recently I sent to my short list a forwarded email from a Brazilian contact about a lady who, according to polls, is expected to be Brazil’s next president. This lady is really special. She is a known terrorist and bank robber and was involved in a successful plot to kill an American. …

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Aug 28

Deceit: let’s leave it to the Left of us

Only he who does nothing makes no mistakes. —Russian proverb by Don Hank Every time an American patriot falls for a hoax, as I did with a hoax video showing Obama apparently admitting he was born in Kenya, the devil laughs out loud. Anthony Horvath, author of Birthpangs and owner of the site Athanatos, sent …

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Aug 28

Obama’s Confession: I was born in Kenya- a hoax

There is a video going around that appears to show what many people already know- Obama is not a ‘natural born’ citizen. The benefit of the video is that it’s in his own words, making it a true ‘slam dunk.’ Unfortunately, it is just a very clever editing job by someone very good working with video. It would not surprise me if we turned up video some day of Obama speaking back in 1999 or 2002 or before the presidency was a twinkle in his eye (so, maybe as far back as 1970) confessing as much… but this is not that video.

Aug 25

Arizona: As a dog returneth to its vomit…

by Don Hank Arizona re-elected McCain to the Senate yesterday, thereby demonstrating that, despite their support for SB 1070, the majority either have a perhaps subconscious desire to be dominated by Mexican narcoterrorists or they are unfit to govern themselves. Either way, they have moved one more step toward an alien takeover and further isolated themselves …

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Aug 23

Revolution USA, repeat history with a twist

by Don Hank A look back at the French revolution reveals many surprising commonalities with today’s situation in America. Yet, if the Tea Party Revolution succeeds, it will not be due to a revolutionary mindset as best described by Olavo de Carvalho (my review; full text). It will be the opposite, but with a similar …

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Aug 21

Arizona, get off the RINO bull before it throws you!

Arizona, get off that RINO bull! Don Hank A while back I published an article at Laigle’s Forum in which I referred to Arizona as a liberal state. At least one commentator at the site was disturbed by this, insisting that Arizona is a true-blue blue state and Arizonans are conservative.   I’m not in …

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Aug 13

Are McCain and Hayworth both equally flawed?

by Don Hank A recent article by Jesse Mathewson tried to show that maybe McCain and Hayworth are both wrong for Arizona. He’s right about McCain. But he uses a now largely discounted scandal and an obscure vote on Singapore free trade to cast doubt on Hayworth. Now in all fairness, Jesse has written a fair number of articles …

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