Interviews with Immigrants Philippe from Haiti, Hanna from Iraq

As some of you might I have a "day" job that covers the bills since the finances of the blog have been a tad weaker than in the past. At said job the majority of the workforce was born outside the United States and English is not their first language. With Immigration a huge issue … Continue reading Interviews with Immigrants Philippe from Haiti, Hanna from Iraq

Halfrican Keeps it Real About Why 3rd World Immigrants Come to America

by baldilocks When the students of the Mboya Airlift were hand-picked to come to America, it was for a specific purpose: to educate demonstrably gifted Kenyan and Tanzanian students in the Western tradition and to send them home to be the leaders and information venders of their countries—preparation for independence from the European colonial powers. … Continue reading Halfrican Keeps it Real About Why 3rd World Immigrants Come to America

Speaking an Uncomfortable Truth about Haiti

The Democrat left is going apoplectic concerning President Trump's comments concerning Haiti declaring his statements prove Donald Trump is a straight up racist. The only problem with this reaction is that while President Trump's language might have been less crude (a phrase that is evergreen) concerning it, he's correct concerning Haiti and moreover the people … Continue reading Speaking an Uncomfortable Truth about Haiti

Cuba, Christians and Haiti the world keeps turning

If you followed the blogs you likely didn't think that anything else was going on except for blaming Sarah Palin for Arizona but there are a few things going on that you should know: Item: Europe continues it's post Christian Path: If you think Pope Benedict XVI and other Christian denominations are lying about how … Continue reading Cuba, Christians and Haiti the world keeps turning

Hairbrained Palin Panic on the left

You know there is a point when you just have to hang it up The Associated Press transmitted a photo from Haiti of Palin captioned, "Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, center, has her hair done during a visit to a cholera treatment center set up by the NGO Samaritan's Purse in Cabaret, Haiti, Saturday Dec. … Continue reading Hairbrained Palin Panic on the left

I’ve got an errand or two to run this morning…

...so blogging might be light. Lucky for everybody others are on the ball: Casey Fiano takes a pause from her pro life blogging to remind us of the small annoyances that the Obama administration brings us: “An international partner”?? This may be an international relief effort — with the United States as usual giving far … Continue reading I’ve got an errand or two to run this morning…

Haiti and the Mouse that Roared

Do you remember the movie The Mouse that Roared? It was about a country that decided that the best way to get itself into shape was to be taken over by the US after being defeated in "war" (unfortunately things get mucked for them as they accidentally win). Apparently they haven't much left in Haiti … Continue reading Haiti and the Mouse that Roared

There is charity and there are scams…

and our friends at Zolex PC have an important warning about the latter: Unfortunately tragedies and catastrophes like Haiti's current situation can give rise to golden opportunities for scammers and Flim-Flammers alike to make money off of a willing and generous public. There are plenty of Scam Sites already out there trying to do this … Continue reading There is charity and there are scams…

This has to be the first time that the New York Times ever had a problem…

...with people spending money that is not theirs to help others: The catastrophic earthquake in Haiti has prompted many staffers to make donations to aid quake victims. We encourage that. However, if you have an AT&T cellphone, you may have received a text offering you a chance to make a contribution to assist them by … Continue reading This has to be the first time that the New York Times ever had a problem…

Cynisism alert concerning Haiti

This is a really cynical post: Politically this is going to be played up, international disaster relief is one of those truly bi-partisan things that the US does best and we are going to do it. The president and the Sec of State are going to get a lot of positive airtime concerning this crisis. … Continue reading Cynisism alert concerning Haiti

I’ve never heard of the legend that Pat Robinson is talking about…

...but you would think a minister would be more familiar with his scripture: At that time some people who were present there told him about the Galileans whose blood Pilate had mingled with the blood of their sacrifices. He said to them in reply, "Do you think that because these Galileans suffered in this way … Continue reading I’ve never heard of the legend that Pat Robinson is talking about…