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Peace loving muslim converts enjoy the freedoms of America sooooo much, some talk shit about it and give praise to “jihadists” and “beloved Taliban.” Check out this blog by Cuban muslim covert and associate professor at Kent State. Courtesy of Michael Adams of Townhall.com. http://global-war.bloghi.com/

“We are a jihadist news service, and provide battle dispatches, training
manuals, and jihad videos to our brothers worldwide. All we want is to get
Allah’s pleasure. We will write ‘Jihad’ across our foreheads, and the stars.
The angels will carry our message throughout the world.”

Thanks Proff. Hurry up and fulfill your jihadist destiny and blow your sorry ass up! Oh wait your too much of a coward to do that aren’t you.

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Miracle baby…

I have been saying this as well for years.
Science is getting closer and closer to make it so that Pro-Choice freaks will not have any say in the ending of life any longer.

A premature baby who doctors said spent less time in the womb than any other surviving infant will remain in a hospital a few extra days as a precaution, officials said Tuesday.

Amillia Sonja Taylor, born Oct. 24 after just under 22 weeks in the womb, had been expected to be sent home Tuesday.

Barbara Moore, spokeswoman for Baptist Children’s Hospital, said she did not have details on why doctors changed their minds about releasing the infant.

Doctors say Amillia is the first baby known to have survived after a gestation of fewer than 23 weeks. She was just 9 1/2 inches long and weighed less than 10 ounces when she was delivered by Caesarean section. Full-term births come after 37 to 40 weeks.

Amillia, the first child for Eddie and Sonja Taylor of Homestead, now weighs 4 1/2 pounds.

She has suffered respiratory and digestive problems, as well as a mild brain hemorrhage, but doctors believe the health concerns will not have major long-term effects.

“Her prognosis is excellent,” said Dr. Paul Fassbach, who has cared for Amillia since her second day.

Amillia was conceived in vitro and has been in an incubator since birth. She will continue to receive a small amount of supplemental oxygen even after she goes home.

The time will come when an abortion at early stages will be UNTHINKABLE because the child will be able to live OUTSIDE of the mothers womb and the “ITS MY BODY” arguement will end. Because it will no longer be just “YOUR BODY”. It will be just as many have always said “ANOTHER HUMAN IN THERE”.

I can’t wait for that day. The day when having abortions as a form of birth control ends and babies even at early stages get the same rights as a baby sea turtle egg on a beach!

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February 20, 2007 — Immigrant-rights activists yesterday renewed their push to allow legal noncitizens to vote in the Big Apple.

A bill that would grant permanent residents and other legal immigrants the right to vote in municipal elections has been stalled in the City Council since last year.

“More than 50,000 adult noncitizen taxpayers in those two districts are disenfranchised by citizenship voting laws,” said Cheryl Wertz, of New Immigrant Community Empowerment, referring to today’s special election for council seats in Brooklyn and Staten Island.

Councilman Charles Barron (D-Brooklyn), the sponsor of the Voting Rights Restoration Act, said that years ago, when immigrants were mostly European, they had voting rights.

“Then when the complexion of immigrants changes, then all of a sudden, the laws change,” he said.

Ron Hayduk, a CUNY professor, concurred, saying immigrants voted in national elections from 1776 through 1926.

Now I am all for legal Immigration and having rights etc. Heck I am myself a legal immigrant into this country. But giving us voting rights?
What this professor is failing to explain is that in the earlier part of this countries existence there was a need to allow them to vote particularly in NYC because of the high entrance of Immigrants.

Will it be looked at more deeply by Congressmen and State Senators? Sure. Everyone seems to want a piece of that new Voting Bloc.

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I LOVE Toyota Supra’s
People wonder WHY a supra? I get asked that all the time.

This is the best way I can explain that.

I held back on buying one and went instead with the Engine and not the Body.
Plus the fact that they are hard to find in good condition played a part as well.

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After more than a year New Orleans is returning back to “normal” so to speak.
Crime is back up. Education is low and the societal ills that afflicted the area has turned it ugly head.

Crime turning New Orleans into Big Uneasy
Mon Feb 19, 2007 6:04 PM ET

By Jeff Franks

NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) – New Orleans, the “Big Easy” city famous for its good times and relaxed attitude, has become the Big Uneasy in recent weeks as its murder count has soared and anger grown at local leaders unable to stop the violence.

Annual Mardi Gras celebrations unfolded without incident this weekend, but fear of the rampant blood-spilling and its threat to the city’s recovery from Hurricane Katrina are constant topics of conversation.

The homicide total for a still-young 2007 climbed to 27 on Saturday with the dead of a man shot at a nightclub on Friday.

He was one of nine people shot in separate incidents in a seven-hour span on Thursday and Friday, and the third of them to die.

Local leaders, worried crime may scare away tourists who are the life-blood of the economy, stressed that the shootings did not take place at Mardi Gras events and assured visitors violent crime is largely restricted to “hot spots,” or impoverished neighborhoods where visitors seldom go.

“The truth is that crime traditionally has gone down during Mardi Gras,” Mardi Gras historian Arthur Hardy said.

New Orleans has had one of the United States’ highest per-capita murder rates for years, but the current violence has added to insecurities in a city worried about its future.

Only about 200,000 of the pre-Katrina population of 480,000 is back and much of the city is still damaged and abandoned. Recent news stories have said a growing number of those who returned are leaving because they are fed up with the slow recovery and the crime.

“If they don’t get crime under control, if they can’t convince people it’s safe to be here, it doesn’t matter how much money they get from the federal government, nobody’s going to stay,” Tulane University criminal justice instructor Ronnie Jones said.

MARCH ON CITY HALL

Before Katrina struck on August 29, 2005, there was little public pressure to do something about the number of murders, which peaked in 1994 with 425 killings.

But Katrina hit hard the poor neighborhoods where the murders usually occurred, and brought the criminals closer to wealthier, often mostly white, areas, Jones said.

Several thousand people marched on city hall last month to demand that Mayor Ray Nagin and other officials take action.

The basic complaint was that too many criminals are arrested and then returned to the streets due to poor police work and lax prosecutors and judges.

The New Orleans Times-Picayune found that 3,000 arrested suspects were released in 2006 because prosecutors failed to indict them within the required 60 days. In January 2007, 580 were released for the same reason, the newspaper said.

That compared to 187 in the eight months of 2005 before Katrina brought the criminal justice system almost to a halt, the paper said.

Police blame inept prosecutors for the revolving door; prosecutors say their hands are bound by poor police work. Both say a big problem is that Katrina destroyed New Orleans’ police lab, forcing them to borrow facilities to process evidence.

Even before Katrina, a local study found that in 2003-2004 only 12 percent of those arrested for murder went to prison.

The situation is so bad that federal agencies including the FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration are helping the local police. The U.S. Attorney’s office has stepped into cases previously left to local courts and prosecuting them in the less lenient federal courts.

The larger problem is that New Orleans has too many social problems – drugs, poverty, broken families, poor education – all present before Katrina.

A recent murder encapsulated the difficulties. After a 17-year-old was beaten up, his mother gave him a gun and told him to get revenge, and he killed the boy he fought with.

When police went to his home to investigate, they found the mother with cocaine and a family photo on display of the son with a gun in one hand and a fistful of cash in the other.

“For us to correct this, we have to look at the root of the problem. The root of the problem is our education system,” Police Superintendent Warren Riley said in an interview.

The reality is that this has been normal for the Welfare state of Louisiana which again has been run by democrats for AGES! And has not improved at all. Even with more social welfare programs and of course the do nothing democrats that seek for some sort of OUTSIDE reason that things are horrible in New Orleans and always seem to have been.

Now also note that this is not all of New Orleans but again the poverty stricken areas that tend to be predominantly African American. That is undeniable.

I am sure I will be chastised for saying that much like Cosby was but its the TRUTH.
Stop looking for SOMEONE else to fix things for you people!

That is wishful thinking though.

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Hijacking attempt….

There is no mention of this anywhere in the MSM?
Hmmm. Maybe cause the guy was Muslim? That has to be just a coincidence that it happens at the same time as the Madrid Bombing trials begin.

Tenerife, (Canary Islands).- A fast-thinking pilot, with the help of passengers, fooled a gunman who had hijacked an airplane flying from Africa to the Canary Islands, braking hard upon landing then quickly accelerating to knock the man down so travelers could pounce on him, Spanish officials said on Friday.

A lone gunman brandishing two pistols hijacked the Air Mauritania Boeing 737, carrying 71 passengers and a crew of eight, Thursday evening shortly after it took off from the Mauritanian capital of Nouakchott for Gran Canaria, one of Spain’s Canary Islands, with a planned stopover in Nouadhibou in northern Mauritania.

He wanted to divert the plane to France so he could request political asylum, said Mohamed Ould Mohamed Cheikh, Mauritania’s top police official.

The hijacker has been identified as Mohamed Abderraman, a 32-year-old Mauritanian, said an official with the Spanish Interior Ministry office on Tenerife, another of the islands in the Atlantic archipelago. He spoke under rules barring publication of his name. Mauritania has said the hijacker was a Moroccan from the Western Sahara.

The hijacker ordered the pilot to fly to France, but the crew told him there was not enough fuel. Morocco denied a request for the plane to land in the city of Djala in the Moroccan-controlled Western Sahara, so the pilot headed for Las Palmas in Gran Canaria, the original destination.

Speaking to the gunman during the hijacking, the pilot realized the man did not speak French. So he used the plane’s public address system to warn the passengers in French of the ploy he was going to try: brake hard upon landing, then speed up abruptly. The idea was to catch the hijacker off balance, and have crew members and men sitting in the front rows of the plane jump on him, the Spanish official said.

The pilot also warned women and children to move to the back of the plane in preparation for the subterfuge, the official said.

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None of this Global Warming Bullshit.
This is a threat on a global Scale that needs to be taken a look at much more then it is now. More then just the handful of astronomers that are looking into this.

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – An asteroid may come uncomfortably close to Earth in 2036 and the United Nations should assume responsibility for a space mission to deflect it, a group of astronauts, engineers and scientists said on Saturday.

Astronomers are monitoring an asteroid named Apophis, which has a 1 in 45,000 chance of striking Earth on April 13, 2036.

Although the odds of an impact by this particular asteroid are low, a recent congressional mandate for NASA to upgrade its tracking of near-Earth asteroids is expected to uncover hundreds, if not thousands of threatening space rocks in the near future, former astronaut Rusty Schweickart said.

“It’s not just Apophis we’re looking at. Every country is at risk. We need a set of general principles to deal with this issue,” Schweickart, a member of the Apollo 9 crew that orbited the earth in March 1969, told an American Association for the Advancement of Science conference in San Francisco.

Schweickart plans to present an update next week to the U.N. Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space on plans to develop a blueprint for a global response to an asteroid threat.

The Association of Space Explorers, a group of former astronauts and cosmonauts, intends to host a series of high-level workshops this year to flesh out the plan and will make a formal proposal to the U.N. in 2009, he said.

Schweickart wants to see the United Nations adopt procedures for assessing asteroid threats and deciding if and when to take action.

Now the real concern is when this asteroid makes its turn around the earth in 2029. THEN is when the orbit of the asteroid really needs to be recalculated because the gravity from the earth and the moon may alter it to make a much closer path if not impact on earth.

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