If America has an Achilles Heel, call it “Greed.”

Same with Western Europe.

Folks from American companies and universities can gripe all they want about the oil crisis, Arab intrusion, American politics and international Jihad, when it comes to waving money in front of their eyes, the response is Pavlovian drool. Who in their right mind can turn down $20 million, no matter the consequences to our country? Right?

University campuses all over the United States have been accepting huge donations from Arab nations, mainly Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. What’s the big deal, you ask?

Well, money buys influence. Money buys compliance and capitulation. The enemies of America are slowly inching their way toward their stated goal: The Islamization of America, even if it takes 100 years. Meanwhile, America snoozes.

Organized Crime Bosses often pay professionals $50,000 up front for special services not yet rendered. It’s like insurance from “mob lawyers and mob doctors.” When they’re needed, no questions asked, the lawyers and doctors are there, no matter what. They’re paid big, and they owe back, big.

It’s no different than paying off Harvard and Georgetown for services asked.

Americans continue to lose sight of the big …

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Poor Barack Obama. If only all these terrorist and racist organizations would stop endorsing him…and sending him money. What a bitch. It’s tough to being a presidential candidate offering “change” these days.

Never mind that Obama is closely associated with a race-baiting, anti-Semitic, anti-American church for twenty long years; Never mind that Obama is the overwhelming choice of Muslims in America ; Never mind that Obama has been endorsed by Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, who has openly condemned America for the last three decades and met with enemies of America overseas; Never mind that Obama is endorsed by and enjoys a close relationship with William Ayers, American terrorist member of The Weather Underground, who is unapologetic about his multiple bombings in America; Click here: Obama worked with terrorist; Never mind that radical Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the Spanish El Pais newspaper that he would have no problems if Senator Obama was to be elected as the American president; Never mind that Obama is supported by the YCL Youth Communist League) Click here: Young Communist League ; Never mind that Obama receives support from his radical Islamic cousin Raila Odinga, who has led murderous revolts …

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The following is a fictional scenario extracted from the annals of true crime.

On a warm summer evening in North Miami, Mary Smith and her daughter, 13, were invaded by three house robbers. The mother was held at gunpoint while the criminals raped the child. The three subjects were apprehended, tried and convicted. Justice, so to speak, was served. But was it? The child was left with severe psychological trauma, nightmares and major phobias not to mention three forms of permanent sexually transmitted diseases. In addition, Mrs. Smith and her daughter were subjected to frequent appearances and interrogations via the justice system, a nightmarish ordeal in itself. Mrs. Smith lost her job and her house, unable to pay for the humongous costs.

The three criminals all had prior arrests and convictions for violent crime and had been given light sentences and/or had served a part of their sentence before being paroled. The bottom line: Representatives of the state (judges and parole boards) erred in their judgement which, post facto, resulted in these crimes. Sure, hindsight is 20/20, but this tragedy would never have occurred had the criminals been given the hard time prescribed by statute. They should have been sentenced …

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Movie Critique: “88 Minutes”

Seeing as I’ve been an avid movie fan and lover of music since my crawling days in the crib, I thought I’d add a lighter side to my blog site. I’d be happy to hear what readers have to say.

If it weren’t for the presence of mega star and fine actor, Al Pacino, 88 Minutes would probably make most of it’s money being sold at Wal-mart in one of the $1 bins.

Good movies are tough to find these days, as the motion picture market caters mainly to children and young adults which feature gore, extreme violence, terror, plethora of smashed cars and buildings, million-bullet shoot-em-ups, raw sex, garbage humor and animated stories. Such is where the money is. Once in a while, a fine drama emerges, wins an Academy Award, then flops at the box office.

The problem with 88 Minutes is not action, drama or suspense. It has plenty of that. It’s the sheer absence of plausibility to the point of being absurd.

In a nutshell: Al Pacino is a Forensic psychiatrist whose testimony helped put a sadistic killer on Death Row nine years earlier. Naturally, the killer professes his innocence as his date with death nears. …

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I bristled watching the news clip of former president Jimmy Carter as he lay a wreath at the grave site of Yasser Arafat. When I learned that the former president had traveled to the mid-east — illegally – to meet with Hamas leaders, and then give a hug to senior Hamas leader, Nasser Shaer, the hair rose on my arm.

In essence, an American statesman took it upon himself to pay homage to one of the most notorious terrorists in modern history, and then embrace a man who endorses hate, murder and genocide. Are we supposed to feel warm and fuzzy about that?

Now he is about to meet the leader of Hamas in a so-called “peace mission.” The terror group must be laughing their butts off.

In fact, by disregarding the wishes of the State Department and commiserating with a terrorist organization, Mr. Carter has violated the law.

I always considered Jimmy Carter a well-meaning, peace-loving man who would have never been president had it not been for the Nixon scandals. Moral as he may be, his presidency was considered incompetent by many, rife with blunder after blunder, not to mention an economy in the dumps. The Shah of …

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Calling 9-1-1: Staying Calm Can Be Hazardous

Sometimes it pays to lose your cool.

Take the case of Lenona Suggs, age thirteen. Lenona was raised as a single child by a single parent who worked by day and mothered by night. She dreamt one day of becoming a lawyer and prayed that she would makes grades that would earn a scholarship. She was an attractive child, wire thin, with smooth chocolate skin and slanted eyes which suggested a hint of Asia somewhere in her bloodline.

Mama had been married once but her man vanished one day after a night out with the boys when Lenona was only a year old. Mama worked the next twelve years cleaning white people’s homes in upscale neighborhoods. A devoted mother, indeed, Mama would make sure her daughter would never suffer the same foolish fate, marrying a loser, then having no other skills than scrubbing toilets and floors on bended knees. She read stories to Lenona at night, helped her with homework and spoke openly about sex, drugs and violence and the rigors of life.

She often left Lenona home alone during late afternoons while she worked beyond rush hour. She covered those bases also. “If you’re ever real sick or you’re …

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Like most cops, I spent the majority of my career discerning truth from fiction. After a while, you get pretty good at it. Folks who work in the field of criminal justice deal with liars every day and develop a strong scent for deceit. It’s part of the job.

Such provides, in my opinion, an advantage in deciding who to vote for in a major election. Those of us in career law enforcement and other justice jobs, tend to weigh evidence, and not be guided by impressions and eloquent oratory. What’s most important is the sum of evidence, not one or two items by themselves, but the whole.

We live in a time of hype and idolatry spawned by media sensationalism. It trumps common sense. Evidence meant nothing in the O.J. Simpson trial. The jury was swayed by the aura of celebrity and charisma, not by an amalgamation of facts which pointed toward his guilt. Five months of listening to testimony took a back seat to sound bytes, like, “If the glove don’t fit, you gotta acquit.” Blinded by awe, the jury disregarded solid evidence and voted in favor of the killer.

Mind boggling.

The mayor of Washington D.C. was …

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