Thursday, June 15, 2006


Dear Fellow Christians,

Our boycott of Ford Motor Company has been so successful that we are going to expand our God given reach and include yet another automobile company that has been a threat to the family for many years.

We are talking, of course, about Cadillac Motors. This company, as many of you well know was the first automobile maker to extend credit to the so called "African-Americans". This policy in effect since the 1940's has resulted in the negro being able to buy cars, even as they ignore the family duties. As Time Magazine puts it "A flashy car becomes their living room, the only one they've got."

It is a proven fact that negroes conceive out of wedlock much more often than we do. Studies show that those who embrace the "black" lifestyle breed like rabbits, with no regard for the need to provide their offspring with the blessings of a nuclear family, with a mother and father taking up their God given duties to shephard the young as they grow.

So we urge you all to make your displeasure known to the Cadillac Motor Company and to their parent corporation General Motors.

If you think our efforts are worthy, would you please support us with a small gift? Thank you for caring enough to get involved.


Donald E. Wildmon, Founder and Chairman
American Family Association

P.S. Please print this and share with others.

Home Depot Rules!

Home Depot has just come out with an awesome marketing strategy.

(CNN) -- Large quantities of drugs were found inside merchandise from at least two Home Depot stores in Massachusetts, and authorities are investigating, police said Wednesday.

A contractor late last week discovered two 50-pound "bricks" of marijuana wrapped in plastic bags inside a bathroom vanity he had purchased at a Home Depot store in Tewksbury, said Chief of Detectives Lt. Dennis Peterson.

The estimated street value of the marijuana is around $145,000, Peterson said. (Watch as do-it-yourself goes to pot -- 1:30)

I'm out of here. Gotta borrow a truck and get myself one of those bathroom vanities.

Thursday, June 08, 2006

The Final Solution

In a bold public-private enterprise the State of Texas has come to the rescue of a small business which has been devastated by hastily passed laws which ban hunting done remotely through the Internet. has seen it's profits plummet as the anti-gun forces steamrolled across the 2nd amendment. When Live-Shot heard of Texas Governor Rich Perry's proposal to allow citizens to use the Internet to remotely control and view cameras guarding the US/Mexican border a ready made solution presented itself. The final solution.

Monday, June 05, 2006

And We Accomplished Exactly What?

"The U.S.-Vietnam war killed more than 58,000 Americans and 3 million Vietnamese soldiers and civilians."

US boosts military ties with Vietnam
Mon Jun 5, 2006 9:13 AM ET

By Paul Eckert, Asia Correspondent

HANOI (Reuters) - Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said on Monday that U.S.-Vietnamese ties had reached a "new level" and that the former battlefield enemies would boost military exchanges and training.

Have We No Shame?

The Baltimore Sun
U.S. to drop Geneva rule, officials say
Clause bars humiliation, degradation of detainees
By Julian E. Barnes
Originally published June 5, 2006
WASHINGTON // The Pentagon has decided to omit from new detainee policies a key tenet of the Geneva Conventions that explicitly bans "humiliating and degrading treatment," according to knowledgeable military officials, a step that would mark a further shift away from strict adherence to international human rights standards.

Friday, June 02, 2006

Food For Thought

Maybe Americans should take another look at our diet.

This is a straight out copy and paste of a comment found over on Americablog. Thanks to the original writer, who kindly gave me permission to repost it.

Same planet?

BBC Headlines:

Iran nuclear bomb 'in 10 years'
Iraqi PM angry at 'US violence'
US probes new Iraq massacre claim
Haditha: Massacre and cover-up?
Iraqi viewpoint: Fear of US troops
No jail for US army dog handler
US jobs growth tails off in May
Guantanamo hunger strike grows
Army 'to blame' for Katrina flood
US sniper gets life for killings

CNN Headlines:

Anna Nicole Smith: 'Yes, I am pregnant'
FDA: Restaurants on front lines in obesity fight
Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie at it again
Man prepares for double marathon ... in a freezer
Kelsey Grammer 's new, blue role
Couric hopes 'pretentious' news era over

oh, and . . .
Bush to promote gay marriage amendment

Those damn Brits, have they no idea about real journalism?

AmbroseBierce | 06.02.06 - 11:46 am | #