Friday, September 19, 2003
Been away for a couple of days, but now I'm back. Let's get to the news.

Hurricane Isabel made landfall yesterday. Good news and sad news to report about Isabel. Good news is that it really fell apart before it made landfall. Isable started as a catagory 5 hurricane, but by the time it made landfall it was downgraded to a catagory 1-2. Could have been a hundred times worse than it was. The sad news is that 17 people, as of this reporting, lost their lives as a result to the storm. I'm sure our thoughts and prayers go out to those that lost loved ones.

The 9th circuit court of appeals agrees to reconsider the delay of the California re-call election. The "Go cry to your mamma" Democrats and the ACLU, more about them below, originaly went to the 9th circuit court trying to get it pushed back to March of next year. Read the post "LOONY LEFT CRY FOUL" for more info. Three left wing judges ruled that the re-call election was unconstitutional because of the punch card voting machines in use in 44% of California. But they were okay when Davis won re-election the last time around.

The ACLU, stands for Anit-Conservative Liberal Union, are a bunch of hypocrites. Over the week, the liberal Lord and Savior, Bill Clinton made a stop in California to help Grey Davis beat back the vast Right-Wing consperacy and their attempst to remove the bumbling Governer from office. The two silver haired conmen paid a visit to a church in California to hold the rally. Now the ACLU is suppost to be all for the serparation of Chuch and State, yet they have yet to protest Clinton and Davis's actions. Holding a polital rally in a church, sounds like the bringing together of Church and State to me. I wonder if Bush were to hold a re-election rally in a church, would the ACLU protest and bitch about it? You better believe it.

The Vatican has thrown it's endorsement behind Mel Gibson's latest film, The Passion. The film is about the last hours of Christ. Many have condimed this film as being anti-semitic. But Cardinal Dario Castrillon Hoyos has been quoted as saying, "I would like all Catholic priests in the world to see this film. I hope that all Christians can see it, everyone in the world." I for one want to see this movie. I'm not a religious person, I'm a agnostic, but this movie looks very interesting to me.

And finally, Bill O'Reilly's new book, Who's Looking Out for You?, is set to be released the 23rd of this month. It's destined to by a best seller, but I urge everyone to go out and buy a copy of it.

That's a lot of news.

God Bless America