Archive for September, 2005

DC Survey

Friday, September 30th, 2005

I recently came from the national anti-war protest in Washington DC with, again, mixed feelings about the American perception of the war and the political arena in general. Perhaps the most troubling thing I found was in the form of a simple statement from a passenger on a train. He attended the school Catholic […]

The spread of Terrorism?

Monday, September 12th, 2005

In a report by the AP today, Bush and his administration have accused Syria of allowing terrorist insurgents enter Iraq through Damascus. It seems that the efforts on behalf of the united states have become ineffective at stopping the flow of religious fundimentalists who want to become terrorists.
Here is the problem I have, and […]

Horse Race

Saturday, September 10th, 2005

It seems that the former horse breeders association president really did’nt do a “heck of a job” as president Bush said. Appointed as director of FIMA Michael Brown has no real credentials for the position except one, he was a major contributor to the Bush campagin in the last election. Since, Brown has been stripped […]