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Thanksgiving Mourning?

By D. E. Carson, published on Nov 21, 2007

Sometimes there is a need for someone to be slapped. In this case, that someone would be Caprice D. Hollins, Willard Bill, Jr., Judy Dow and Beverly Slapin. Hollins is Director of Equity, Race and Learning Support for the Seattle School District, Bill works in the Office of Native American Education for the Seattle School District. Dow and Slapin are co-authors of a web posting entitled Deconstructing Myths of the First Thanksgiving. All four should be lined up side by side and summarily slapped beginning at one end and continuing in succession to the other. These four individuals have crossed... (more)

Tags: education

I Want My Lead-based Paint!!!

By D. E. Carson, published on Nov 21, 2007

With the recent scares of lead-based paint on toys coming to America from China, there is something that I have to consider. Is it just me or is there an inverse correlation between the amount of lead exposure and the use of Ritalin? When I was a child, we had lead-based paint, leaded gasoline and other forms of lead in our environment and children weren’t being diagnosed with ADHD or other mental problems. As soon as we began reducing lead exposure, we began seeing an increase in ADHD, gang violence, anorexia, bulimia, teen depression, liberalism, Islamo-fascism, anti-Americanism and socialism.... (more)

Tags: baseball, environment, china

Remembering 9/11

By D. E. Carson, published on Sep 12, 2007

Sitting here in the waning hours of this, the sixth anniversary of the worst terrorist attack on American soil I reflect on the events of today and of six years ago. September 11, 2001 and September 11, 2007 have many things in common. For one thing, they both happened on a Tuesday. Most people have forgotten that September 11, 2001 was on a Tuesday morning. It happens once every six years that a specific date will fall on the same day of the week. Therefore, this being the sixth anniversary, we have come back around to Tuesday. But there is one huge difference between September 11, 2001... (more)

Tags: iraq, los angeles, movie

Why Liberals are Stupid

By D. E. Carson, published on Sep 2, 2007

Currently under construction on Avon Mountain in Connecticut --there are mountains in Connecticut? -- is a house. It is slightly larger than the home built by Bill and Melinda Gates and is only 4,000 square feet smaller than the White House. It boasts a two-story basement containing a 103-seat movie theatre among other amenities. Total square footage: 50,900. It is the largest single-family residence in New England and it is owned by real estate mogul Arnold Chase. America is the land of opportunity. You do the work and you get the rewards. Mr. Chase has done the work and therefore he... (more)

Tags: capitalism, liberals are idiots, free enterprise system, why liberals are stupid

This One's Short and Sweet

By D. E. Carson, published on Aug 3, 2007

Since it seems that my articles have been drawing fire lately -- and rightly so since there is always a conflict when it comes to the truth -- I have opted to revive an old blog site I started several months ago. I'm not going to stop writing for BrooWaha, but some of my more pointed comments will be reserved for the blog. To those of you who seem to like my pushing the envelope, you are welcome to visit my blog at: http://decarson.blogspot.com/ For those of you who wish I would go away, sorry, ain't happenin'! I'm still going to protest loudly when politicans miss the point on issues.... (more)

Tags: broowaha

Deliver Us From Evil

By D. E. Carson, published on Jul 30, 2007

As John McClane, the wisecracking New York Police Officer from the Die Hard franchise once said, “I’m really getting sick and tired of always being right.” I understand how Officer McClane feels. I, too, am sick and tired of always being right. But it comes with the territory when you use facts and common sense to put things together. I just read on the AP wire that the city of Fort Worth, Texas is joining a long list of other cities that are using the civil court system as a means of deterring gang activity in their cities. The cities are actually suing gangs in an attempt to discourage... (more)

Tags: los angeles, new york, police, shooting

Undermining the First Amendment

By D. E. Carson, published on Jul 27, 2007

Gay rights groups in Oakland and elsewhere want to shut you up -- that is if you say anything that might reveal the truth about the nature of their lifestyle. Today Americans are living in a new kind of fear -- not of terrorism or nuclear annihilation, but of liberal thumb-suckers who want to undermine the First Amendment. For those of you who refuse to take the time to actually read the First Amendment, here it is in all of its glory. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of... (more)

Tags: first amendment, san francisco politics, do liberals want to make america a socialist nation?

Bonds Ineligible for Role Model Status

By D. E. Carson, published on Jul 16, 2007

San Francisco Giant Barry Bonds is in a slump. This is a good thing. After the way he conducted himself in the locker room after the Giants’ loss to the Dodgers 5-3. Bonds said to reporters, “It's an embarrassment for me to be wearing this (expletive deleted) uniform 'cause of the way I'm playing. There, that's it. Now go away.” Oooooh, obsess much? Bonds, who has been stuck at 751 career homeruns since July 3, seems to be somewhat upset that he has not yet overtaken the career homerun record of Hank “Hammer” Aaron. As he walked through the locker room following his immature comments... (more)

Tags: baseball, san francisco, real estate

No Privacy on the Net

By D. E. Carson, published on Jul 12, 2007

If you think Big Brother isn’t watching, think again. With the proliferation of cell phone cameras, credit card size cameras and micro-recording devices, there is a pretty good chance that something you do in public – or in private – could end up on the Internet where the whole world can see it. Case in point, Miss New Jersey Amy Polumbo has found out the hard way that things that are supposed to be kept private are not secure when they are on the Internet. This morning on NBC’s Today show, Polumbo revealed the photographs that someone has been trying to use to blackmail her. These... (more)

Tags: myspace, broowaha

Senator Sheehan? Where's My Gun?

By D. E. Carson, published on Jul 9, 2007

Cindy Sheehan, the "thumb sucking feel sorry for me because my son volunteered to join the military and got killed in Iraq defending my right to be the stupidest person ever seen in public" dimwit who parked her sorry butt outside the president’s Crawford, Texas ranch because she really is too stupid to breathe has announced that she intends to file papers to run for Congress against current Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. WHAT?!? That’s right. THAT Cindy Sheehan. The woman has completely lost her mind. She is obviously still very much in denial that her son actually volunteered... (more)

Tags: iraq, iran, education

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