Archive for May, 2007

Bush Dominates Children, Brandishes a Pointed Object at Them

Bush Dominates Children, Brandishes a Pointed Object at Them

| May 13, 2007 | Reply

This would be a heartwarming little story if it didn’t involve Pure Undiluted Evil. JAMESTOWN, Va. – JoAnn Falletta was doing what a conductor should — concentrating on the orchestra in front of her. No wonder it took her a few seconds on Sunday to realize someone behind her was motioning for a try. President […]

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It Seems Obvious, Doesn't It?

It Seems Obvious, Doesn't It?

| May 13, 2007 | Reply

Mark Steyn says: It’s all yucks and chuckles until they’re successful. I’m all in favor of ridiculing the Islamists until they can’t show their faces without being laughed at by the average Muslim grandmother. I’m also in favor of taking their threats very seriously and making sure that we’re laughing while putting bulleyes squarely on […]

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Scratch Another Bad Guy

Scratch Another Bad Guy

| May 13, 2007 | Reply

Hooray! KABUL, Afghanistan – The killing of the top Taliban commander Mullah Dadullah, a one-legged fighter who orchestrated suicide attacks, beheadings and an ethnic massacre, marks a major victory for the U.S. campaign at a time of flagging Afghan support over civilian killings. Every day we send another one of those murdering, torturing, oppressive head […]

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This is Why I Don't Go to Movies Anymore

This is Why I Don't Go to Movies Anymore

| May 11, 2007 | Reply

Ah, Hollywood. Can’t live with it; can’t whack it upside the back of a head with the two-by-four and beat it until it stops twitching. So here we are, right smack in the middle of a world wide war. Our soldiers are fighting every day to keep us safe and to kill the monsters who […]

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Oh My…

Oh My…

| May 11, 2007 | Reply

I don’t like the New York Yankees even a little bit, but this headline made me a bit sympathetic. Maybe professional sports is dangerous after all. “Yankees’ Wang hit hard, Red Sox rough up Halladay” I was a little surprised to find that the story didn’t mention Johnny Damon once. UPDATE: As bad as things […]

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Britain Convicts a Leaker! Liberty Continues to Exist!

Britain Convicts a Leaker! Liberty Continues to Exist!

| May 9, 2007 | Reply

Here’s a novel idea: England has successfully convicted someone for leaking a classified document. Gee, who knew that law could actually be enforced! Perhaps we could do the same thing in the United States sometime. There are no lack of similar crimes to be investigated. We don’t have to look much farther than the newsrooms […]

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Don't Let The Door Hit You, Jacques…

Don't Let The Door Hit You, Jacques…

| May 9, 2007 | Reply

Jacques Chirac, the former President of France, was a slimy little weasel who took every chance to cozy up to dictators and bash anyone who thought otherwise. Anne Applebaum takes him to the woodshed and gives us a fitting denouement to an atrocious career.

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Quick! Give those Terrorists Our Rights!

Quick! Give those Terrorists Our Rights!

| May 9, 2007 | 1 Reply

Apparently there’s an urgent move afoot to grant habeus corpus rights to people who aren’t American citizens and who have been apprehended while workig to kill Americans. For the life of me, I don’t understand this. As it stands, we grant enemy combatants an incredible number of privileges which they have not earned and, so […]

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Stabbing Wolfie in the Back

Stabbing Wolfie in the Back

| May 9, 2007 | 10 Replies

Opinion Journal has an intersting article today on one of the men who stands to gain greatly from Paul Wolfowitz’ resignation from the World Bank. It’s no big surprise to find the hand of incredibly rich and incredibly bugnuts George Soros working behind the scene. It’s also no surprise to find that Soros has found […]

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Okay Guys. That Ginned-Up Controversy Didn't Work. Go Find Another One.

Okay Guys. That Ginned-Up Controversy Didn't Work. Go Find Another One.

| May 8, 2007 | 1 Reply

“Rep. Poe Quotes Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard On House Floor” And what’s the big deal here? Doesn’t every Congressman get around to quoting Senator Robert Byrd at some point? Given all the filibustering he’s done over the decades (like, say when he filibustered for 14 hours to try to kill the 1964 Civil Rights […]

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