Archive for March, 2007

Hey, At Least They Didn't Behead the CEO of Hershey's.

Hey, At Least They Didn't Behead the CEO of Hershey's.

| March 31, 2007 | 3 Replies

A New York art gallery decides to celebrate Easter by displaying a life-sized, naked, crucified Jesus, complete with life-sized naughty bits fully exposed. Bill Donohue and a bunch of other Christian folks decide that’s ever the teeniest bit sacreligious and raise a stink about it. The Gallery decided to pull down the exhibit. End of […]

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How Al Gore Prevented 9/11, Brought Osama to Justice, Cured the Halt and Lame, and Other Fantasies of the Left.

How Al Gore Prevented 9/11, Brought Osama to Justice, Cured the Halt and Lame, and Other Fantasies of the Left.

| March 31, 2007 | Reply

If you want a look into the mind of what passes for far too much of the left these days, take a gander at the alternate histories written by one of the posters at the blogging home of political adviser and bigot Jane Hamsher. It’s called “2001: A Timeline of What Could Have Been”. Here’s […]

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Mad Mouthy Mahmoud

Mad Mouthy Mahmoud

| March 31, 2007 | Reply

Blah, blah, blah. TEHRAN, Iran — Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad insisted Saturday that 15 captured British sailors had been seized in Iranian waters, calling Britain and its allies “arrogant” for refusing to apologize, the country’s official news agency reported. “The British occupier forces did trespass our waters. Our border guards detained them with skill and […]

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Bambi O'Donnell

Bambi O'Donnell

| March 31, 2007 | 2 Replies

Some of you might remember a video a few years back called Bambi vs Godzilla (and if you don’t, why here it is, thanks to those amazing internet tubes!). Rosie O’Donnell decided to play the role of Bambi earlier this week on her television show/lunatic screedfest, The View. Popular Mechanics takes on the Godzilla role […]

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It's Not My Business

It's Not My Business

| March 28, 2007 | 3 Replies

John Edwards’ wife has cancer, which has recurred and presents a very serious therat to her life. They have decided that he will continue to run for President. CBS News says that most of us agree with him. Americans support former Sen. John Edwards’ decision to continue his bid for the Democratic Presidential nomination after […]

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Making Tiny Communists

Making Tiny Communists

| March 28, 2007 | Reply

I came across an interesting article called “Why We Banned Legos” written by a couple of teachers who proudly proclaim that they had banished Legos from their Kingdom of Education to teach their children a “community of fairness” and “social justice”. Basically, they decided to indoctrinate the children into the failed world of communism and […]

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The Best Money Can Buy

The Best Money Can Buy

| March 28, 2007 | Reply

Okay, so first Hillary Clinton retains some black political leaders in South Carolina who, just by coincidence, give her ringing endorsements while failing to mention they were pulling down crazy money every month from her campaign. Said Jackson, “It’s not about the money…” Then, it came out that for five years the Senator failed to […]

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Yay for Congress!

Yay for Congress!

| March 28, 2007 | Reply

Finally, the House of Representatives has done something worthwhile. That body just passed the “Flying Imams Shield Law” by a far closer vote than it should have taken. Here’s what the law does: * Grants immunity from civil liability to any person that voluntarily reports suspicious activity that could be a threat to transportation security. […]

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Religious Oppression, On Camera

Religious Oppression, On Camera

| March 28, 2007 | Reply

Did anyone notice how Iran forcibly subjugated the British female hostage they took before they put her on camera? She wasn’t captured with a blue head covering. She is not a Muslim. Nevertheless, she’s is wearing one in both of the screencaps at the link. I’m waiting for some of our women’s rights groups to […]

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Oh, So Now He's Hispanic?

Oh, So Now He's Hispanic?

| March 28, 2007 | Reply

Kathryn Jean Lopez writes: On Hardball just now, Chris Matthews voiced his concern that it hurts Hispanics in America to have Al Gonzales, the first Hispanic attorney general doing badly. That’s interesting, since I definitely don’t recall Matthews noting how much it helped Hispanics having Gonzales as the first Hispanic Attorney General. Nor do I […]

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