Archive for November, 2004

Tom Ridge Resigns

Tom Ridge Resigns

| November 30, 2004 | Reply

In a move that’s not a great surprise, Tom Ridge, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, has tendered his resignation. Some are suggesting that a likely successor could be former Virginia Gov. James S. Gilmore III, current Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, or perhaps former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani. In all, I think Ridge […]

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Sajak on Hollywood

Sajak on Hollywood

| November 30, 2004 | Reply

Pat Sajak, he of Wheel of Fortune fame, has a column at Human Events Online about the silence from Hollywood on Theo van Gogh’s killing in Holland. Here’s a choice paragraph: There‚Äôs another possibility; one that seems crazy on the surface, but does provide an explanation for the silence, and is also in keeping with […]

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Guess Who's Back!

Guess Who's Back!

| November 30, 2004 | Reply

That would be Marc, formerly of Marcland. Something foul befell his blog and I was starting to get a bit concerned, but I’m glad he’s back and in the blogging saddle again. Change your bookmarks accordingly por favor.

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Has MoDo Finally Cracked?

Has MoDo Finally Cracked?

| November 29, 2004 | Reply

What in the world possessed Maureen Down to write so derisively about her family? Look, I can understand her holding a good half of the country in comtempt, but her family? Her Parents?? And yet she goes home to them on the Holidays before basically calling them illiterate racist Fundamentalist rubes from her international soapbox. […]

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Nope. No WMDs At All in Iraq

Nope. No WMDs At All in Iraq

| November 29, 2004 | 8 Replies

There really weren’t any WMDs in Iraq. This laboratory here was just an aspirin factory, or maybe an ice cream shop. Because who can resist a big double-scoop of Anthrax Brickle?

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Abortion Numbers, Starkly.

Abortion Numbers, Starkly.

| November 29, 2004 | Reply

Jeff Harrell points us to an interesting, and disturbing analysis of abortion numbers in the United States. The upshot of it is that in our country right now, there is one abortion for every four live births. Consider that number a moment and then ask yourself if those who are considering abortion to be a […]

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Hiring Alert!

Hiring Alert!

| November 29, 2004 | Reply

Web Divas is looking for another Diva to join their staff. The good news is that you don’t have to be female, or even particularly girly. You do have to know a little about web design and be creative. And you have to want to work for good people and with a good company. If […]

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Al Qaeda Releases Another Video: World Yawns.

Al Qaeda Releases Another Video: World Yawns.

| November 29, 2004 | Reply

Don’t look now, but Al Qaeda has another video out, this time featuring Ayman al-Zawahiri, threatening the West with DIRE CONSEQUENCES unless we leave them alone and change our policies in the MIddle East (i.e. hang Israel out to dry). Ho hum. Look, I don’t know about you folks, but these guys are boring the […]

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More From The Ukraine

More From The Ukraine

| November 27, 2004 | Reply

It looks like things are getting a lot more interesting in the Ukraine, and little of it is good for the apparent winner of the election or for his backer, Vladimir Putin. The BBC reports that the state-run television station has revolted. Journalists on Ukraine’s state-owned channel – which had previously given unswerving support to […]

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My Top 500?

My Top 500?

| November 26, 2004 | 2 Replies

Michele, of ASV, is putting together a list of her Top 500 Songs. Check in once in a while to see how she’s doing. But since I’m a shameless idea-stealer and think the idea is neat, I’m considering putting together my own list of 500. What do you all think? Care to read what songs […]

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