Archive for September, 2004

It's Dallas Week!

It's Dallas Week!

| September 27, 2004 | Reply

Looks like Joe Gibbs hasn’t slacked off one little bit (despite the seven-turnover debacle last week). He’s got the old Dallas Cowboy rivalry heating up. “It’s just like having a lot of respect for the enemy,” [Cowboys head coach and longtime Gibbs rival Bill] Parcells, 63, explained last week. “That’s what it is for me. […]

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Carter: 2004 Vote to be Unfair

Carter: 2004 Vote to be Unfair

| September 27, 2004 | Reply

Former President and current busybody/international gadfly Jimmy Carter puts in his two cents on how we doesn’t think we’re going to have a fair election in 2004. If he defines “fair” as “the election he and his center certified in Venezuela“, I’d rather he just shut up right now.

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Some Sunday Linkage Through the Media

Some Sunday Linkage Through the Media

| September 26, 2004 | Reply

Lt. Gen. David Petraeus gives us a comprehensive update about how the Iraqi forces are coming along. He ought to know since he’s right in the middle of the training and deployment efforts. Mahdi Obeidi, the head of Iraqi’s nuclear centrifuge program, has some interesting things to say about Hussein’s nuclear program. It’s worth reading, […]

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The Shack – Still Unexplored Territory

The Shack – Still Unexplored Territory

| September 26, 2004 | Reply

What, oh what must I do to get my blog explored by the Commissar’s Cartographers? Still, it’s a nifty map, and now you can buy gear with the map on it. Coolness.

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NY Times: "CBS Story? What CBS Story?"

NY Times: "CBS Story? What CBS Story?"

| September 26, 2004 | Reply

Over the last two weeks, we’ve seen Dan Rather have a complete meltdown, CBS News have to rowback an entire huge story, and the Kerry campaign try to begin to explain why one of their advisors was right in the middle of it. Bloggers started that and kept it going for days until Big Media […]

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Two Critical Columns on Darfur

Two Critical Columns on Darfur

| September 25, 2004 | 2 Replies

There are a couple interesting columns up today on The Sudan that are worth reading. The first is from Nat Hentoff of The Village Voice. His column is solid and details the squishy dissimilation that’s happening right now in the UN, along with the opposition from France and Germany against even calling what’s happening there […]

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Republicans Mail Crap

Republicans Mail Crap

| September 25, 2004 | Reply

Nope, Republicans. You screwed up big time on this one. [T]he Republican Party acknowledged yesterday sending mass mailings to residents of two states warning that “liberals” seek to ban the Bible. It said the mailings were part of its effort to mobilize religious voters for President Bush. The mailings include images of the Bible labeled […]

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Media Bias? Where??

Media Bias? Where??

| September 25, 2004 | Reply

Nah, guys. No bias here. Move along. I mean, what could possibly be biased about a news story headlined “Bush Twists Kerry’s Words on Iraq”? I mean, someone might just get the opinion that perhaps the Assocated Press had paid a little visit over to the DNC website for some headline inspiration. Ah but the […]

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Fun with the Sloganator

Fun with the Sloganator

| September 25, 2004 | 2 Replies

I have in the past spent some time with Wizbang’s fine Kerry Sloganator, but I’ve not posted any of my slogans here. I admit to not knowing quite how to make the graphics fit. But I have read and believe that I now know. Let’s see, shall we? Oh but first, all blame for my […]

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Ron Reagan, Jr – Pundit without a Clue.

Ron Reagan, Jr – Pundit without a Clue.

| September 25, 2004 | Reply

How is it that Ron Reagan, Jr. has a job as a political analyst? What are his actual qualifications, beyond his last name? I watched part of a Hardball special on MSNBC last night and Chris Matthews, who seems to have calmed down measurably since catching justified hell for his treatment of Michelle Malkin a […]

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