Archive for January, 2005

Bill Moyers and the Despoiling Christians

| January 31, 2005 | Comments (5)

Cliff May at NRO is asking for some help. Here’s is Bill Moyers on why “There is no tomorrow,” a howl of anger and despair from the embattled left about the crazy, religious zealots who, Bill & Co. are convinced, are leading America to ruin. This is going around the web today (by definition, tomorrow [...]

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Now, Now. Let’s Not Get All Excited Over This Election Thing.

| January 31, 2005 | Comments (0)

I was reading Juan Cole’s blog (why? Hey, it’s worth keeping other points of view in sight, even if they’re wrong) last night and came across a rather interesting statement: Iraq now faces many key issues that could tear the country apart, from the issues of Kirkuk and Mosul to that of religious law. James [...]

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“It’s a victory for Iraqis”

| January 31, 2005 | Comments (0)

What a day. I wish I could say something particularly insightful that hasn’t already been said at a hundred different blogs, but really, what more is there to say? Anyone who didn’t get a little choked up at images of Iraqis celebrating and holding up blue fingers is deadened by some political agenda that sure [...]

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Give Terror the Finger.

| January 30, 2005 | Comments (0)

This doesn’t seem like a bad idea at all. Got an ink pad at work? Use it in a slightly different way tomorrow…

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How About Those Riots in the Streets?

| January 30, 2005 | Comments (0)

Well, I guess you could count some kids playing soccer as a riot. Maybe.

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“…God bless the defenders of freedom.”

| January 30, 2005 | Comments (0)

Iraqi voted today. God bles every one of them as they take their first bold steps toward freedom and liberty. You can get a first-hand look at what it was like to be an Iraqi today by reading Mohammed and Omar. I walked forward to my station, cast my vote and then headed to the [...]

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Get Wet!

| January 30, 2005 | Comments (1)

PowerLine caught a photo off of Yahoo’s photo page featuing one of the comlier people participating in this year’s Polar Bear Plunge in Annapolis, MD. I figured I’d let you all in on what that was about, since it s for a prety good cause. The Polar Bear Plunge is one of three events sponsored [...]

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The Council Speaks, Begs for a Biscuit, Sits Up!

| January 29, 2005 | Comments (0)

Come on. You have to admit that reading “The Council Speaks” every week gets kid of boring, doesn’t it? And hey, if I can’t win, I can at least have fun with a post title! This was another week full of strong posts and I honestly thought I had a good shot of winning. I [...]

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