Archive for March, 2006

Yeah, That'll Help. Sure.

Yeah, That'll Help. Sure.

| March 31, 2006 | Reply

Nah, there’s no war. There can’t be a war going on right now. Otherwise, it would be not only incredibly foolish, but downright dangerous to do something like this: In other action, Republicans on the committee defeated a Democratic amendment that sought to force the Bush administration to reveal the budget for the controversial NSA […]

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Borders and Waldenbooks Turn Dhimmi. The Submission to Islam Continues.

Borders and Waldenbooks Turn Dhimmi. The Submission to Islam Continues.

| March 31, 2006 | 5 Replies

You know, I’ve had it with my cowardly countrymen. Borders and Waldenbooks stores will not stock the April-May issue of Free Inquiry magazine because it contains cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad that provoked deadly protests among Muslims in several countries. “For us, the safety and security of our customers and employees is a top priority, […]

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Funny as in Stupid, not Funny as in Ha Ha.

Funny as in Stupid, not Funny as in Ha Ha.

| March 29, 2006 | Reply

The only thing worse than a Maureen Down column is a column by someone who wants to be Maureen Dowd but is, if possible, less funny. Meanwhile, Jim Brady is still looking inside the “establishment” for a new blogger. That’s not likely to work well. After all, look what the liberal establishment produced here and […]

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Weeping, Wailing, and So On…

Weeping, Wailing, and So On…

| March 29, 2006 | 1 Reply

By now, I expect that most of you have heard about the Great Conservative Blogger Kerfuffle at the Washington Post – at least most of you who care about such things. Me, I admit to not caring all that much and what I know of the situation is pretty much all I care to know […]

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Why is This Man Still Talking?

Why is This Man Still Talking?

| March 29, 2006 | 3 Replies

Is there no one who can stop Jimmy Carter from opening his yap in public? Surely there must be some trusted loved one, a beloved associate, or caped superhero capable of reigning in the ex-President’s leviathan ego. I say that because I prefer to think that ego is the reason Carter penned this op-ed lecturing […]

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Criminals Can be Snuggly Activists, Too!

Criminals Can be Snuggly Activists, Too!

| March 28, 2006 | 1 Reply

Criminals are warm, fuzzy victims, too. LOS ANGELES, March 27 — On Feb. 1, Arturo Hernandez went to his church on the east side of Los Angeles and watched the first PowerPoint presentation of his life. The illegal immigrant from a Mexican village on the Sea of Cortez learned about a bill that had passed […]

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Sean Penn, Abuser Without Courage

Sean Penn, Abuser Without Courage

| March 28, 2006 | 3 Replies

I don’t dislike Sean Penn because his acting is as stale as a month-old box of saltines. I dislike him because he’s a creep. Hollywood activist SEAN PENN has a plastic doll of conservative US columnist ANN COULTER that he likes to abuse when angry. The Oscar-winner actor has hated Coulter ever since she blacklisted […]

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Hey…You Promised Us Blogging!

Hey…You Promised Us Blogging!

| March 28, 2006 | Reply

Remember that day when I said “definitely tomorrow” I’d write more about the trip? Well, that day’s Jimmie could not have anticipated coming into work and finding everything that had been on his desk living in two boxes, or sprawled across the desktop. Nor could he have anticipated his two bulleting boards propped against the […]

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The Front Line Against Sharia

The Front Line Against Sharia

| March 26, 2006 | 1 Reply

This is beyond ridiculous. KABUL (Reuters) – The judge presiding over the case of an Afghan man who could face the death penalty for converting to Christianity said on Sunday the case was flawed and would be sent back to prosecutors. The case against Abdul Rahman, who converted from Islam to Christianity, has been dismissed. […]

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The Choral Tour – The Final Day

The Choral Tour – The Final Day

| March 26, 2006 | 4 Replies

We’re about to embark for home – our vans are mostly loaded and we’re waiting for the last-minute stragglers (i.e. most of our Sopranos and Altos) to come down from their rooms, so I don’t have much time to post. There will be more about the trip, perhaps tonight, definitely tomorrow. I have plenty to […]

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