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Restoring Honor rally 8/26/2010 Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...
girl with flag

girl with flag

Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin

Colonial dress

Colonial dress

Posted by Southern on Friday, September 03, 2010 @ 18:18:51 EDT (897 reads) 

Location of Ground Zero Mosque Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

 This photo needs to go viral NOW!

Aerial photo of World Trade Center Ground Zero following Sept. 11 attacks. Red square to right of Ground Zero marks former Burlington Coat Factory and proposed location of Cordoba House.

Ground Zero

It should be mentioned that part of one of the hijacked planes went through the building in question. That makes it very much a part of Ground Zero.


Posted by Southern on Monday, August 23, 2010 @ 16:30:26 EDT (880 reads) 

Man Scrawls World’s Biggest Message With GPS ‘Pen’ Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

Priya Ganapati

Read Ayn Rand

One man drove 12,238 miles across 30 states to scrawl a message that can only be viewed using Google Earth. His big shoutout: “Read Ayn Rand.”

Nick Newcomen did a road trip over 30 days that covered stretches from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. First, he identified on a map the route he would need to drive to spell out the message. He put a GPS device in his car to trace the route he would follow. Then, he hit the road.

“The main reason I did it is because I am an Ayn Rand fan,” he says. “In my opinion if more people would read her books and take her ideas seriously, the country and world would be a better place — freer, more prosperous and we would have a more optimistic view of the future.”

Newcomen, unlike previous GPS artists, actually traveled the lines he traced on the map. He used a GPS logger (Qstarz BT-Q1000X) to “ink” the message. Starting his trip in Marshall, Texas, he turned on the device when he wanted to write a letter and turned off the device between letters. The recorded GPS data was loaded into Google Earth to produce the image above.

“The first word I wrote actually was the word ‘Rand’, then I went up North to do the word ‘Read’ and finished it with ‘Ayn,’” says Newcomen.

And for those who don’t know, Ayn Rand is a Russian-American writer whose books Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead are among the world’s best-selling novels.

Newcomen’s venture sounds pretty crazy, though he gets points for ambition.

What message would you write using a GPS?

Photo: Nick Newcomen


Posted by Southern on Thursday, August 19, 2010 @ 01:19:03 EDT (639 reads) 

Code of silence corrodes morality, puts blacks at risk Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Bill Maxwell

For committing an act of pure decency, three black women are being ostracized by many other black people. • On the night of June 29, Delores Keen, Renee Roundtree and Rose Dodson rushed outside Keen's apartment after they heard gunshots. They discovered two Tampa police officers, David Curtis and Jeffrey Kocab, lying together on the ground. The officers had been shot. Dontae Morris, a 24-year-old black ex-convict, would be charged in the shootings.

Roundtree checked the officers' pulses, and Keen dialed 911. The three women stayed with the dying officers until others arrived. The Hillsborough County Commission honored the women for trying to help the officers.

Since their identities were made public, the woman have been criticized by fellow blacks almost everywhere they go, walking down the street, at local social clubs and in stores.

Their sin, considered by many to be perhaps the worst in American black culture, was helping "the enemy" — the police. You are guilty of helping the enemy in two main ways: You give the police, or another authority, information about a black person who has committed or is suspected of having committed a crime, which is "snitching." Or, as is the case with the three women, you physically aid and comfort police in distress, which is treated the same as snitching.

By trying to help the officers, Keen, Roundtree and Dodson showed, in the eyes of many, that they are not "authentically black." They are traitors to their race.

"I even had an ex-friend call and say, 'That was f----- up. You turned my boy in,' " Roundtree told the St. Petersburg Times of a response to her attempt to help the officers.

The snitching ethos, or code of silence, runs so deep that many blacks who snitch or assist morally struggle with their decisions. Many apologize, while others, having acted, offer history and background as to why blacks see the police as the enemy.

Posted by Southern on Monday, August 09, 2010 @ 00:29:06 EDT (676 reads) 

Marine tank sergeant's innovation in combat saved day in Fallujah Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Steve Liewer

Gunnery Sgt. Nick Popaditch


Gunnery Sgt. Nick Popaditch's prosthetic eye is etched with the Marine Corps' eagle-globe-and-anchor emblem.

Marine Gunnery Sgt. Nick Popaditch talks about the joy of serving as a Marine and the blast that cost him an eye.

Marine Gunnery Sgt. Nick Popaditch didn't like what he saw ahead of his tank in Fallujah, Iraq.

It was late afternoon April 6, 2004, two days into an offensive to retake the city and avenge the four U.S. contractors whose burned bodies had been hung from a train trestle. Popaditch commanded a pair of tanks sent to relieve an infantry unit.

A tanker truck, probably booby-trapped, was blocking an alley. Insurgents had strung a spider's web of electrical wires across the entrance to a nearby courtyard.

Popaditch knew he was moving into the kill zone of an ambush. He wouldn't turn back and abandon the grunts who needed him, but to bull forward meant suicide. So he called for an airstrike. An AC-130 blew up the tanker truck, the power lines and an insurgent post packed with weapons.

Posted by Southern on Sunday, July 18, 2010 @ 01:20:26 EDT (826 reads) 

Federal Spending by the Numbers Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF


Posted by Southern on Saturday, June 19, 2010 @ 00:08:48 EDT (627 reads) 

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