Archive for June, 2007

Sending a Message in Britain

Sending a Message in Britain

| June 30, 2007 | 1 Reply

It looks like the Islamists have tried it again: Passengers were evacuated from Glasgow Airport and flights have suspended after a blazing car crashed into the departures terminal building around 3.15pm today. The incident occurred just a day after a car bomb attack on central London was foiled, however, a police spokeswoman said it was […]

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Testing

Testing

| June 24, 2007 | 3 Replies

I upgraded to the new version of WordPress and I’ve not been able to see the blog ever since. I’m not sure where the problem lies. I’ve put a note on the WordPress support forums but, thus far, the only help I’ve gotten is a “RTFM” note from a moderator. Hopefully, someone will come along […]

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Guns Don't Kill People, Global Warming Does.

Guns Don't Kill People, Global Warming Does.

| June 18, 2007 | 1 Reply

I swear, you can’t make stuff like this up. Apparently, the ongoing genocide in Darfur has nothing really to do with cleansing the country of non-Arabs. Never mind that the UN’s own observers have documented cases where non-Arab farming villages were razed to the ground while Arab farming villages were left completely untouched. Never mind […]

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Happy Anniversary!

Happy Anniversary!

| June 18, 2007 | Reply

Michelle Malkin is celebrating her blog’s third anniversary with a brand new design that looks pretty darned good. It apparently has a plethora of handy-dandy features that’ll make her blog even more the envy of the blogosphere. I have to say that Michelle Malkin been one of my very favorite bloggers since she started and […]

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..or maybe a Pet Rock would work.

..or maybe a Pet Rock would work.

| June 14, 2007 | 1 Reply

Harry Reid is an embarassment. It boggles my mind how Reid could turn so quickly on General Petraeus after voting for him barely six months ago. Of course, this is the same dim bulb who said that he wouldn’t believe what the General said about Iraq when Petraeus came to Washington last May. That is, […]

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Hold On

Hold On

| June 13, 2007 | 1 Reply

Nouri al-Maliki, prime minister of Iraq, has an editorial that merits consideration: War being what it is, the images of Iraq that come America’s way are of car bombs and daily explosions. Missing from the coverage are the great, subtle changes our country is undergoing, the birth of new national ideas and values which will […]

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What Did the CIA Say?

What Did the CIA Say?

| June 11, 2007 | Reply

The dominant narrative from the left for the past five years has been that the CIA told the President, without equivocation, that invading Iraq was entirely unnecessary and would end in unmitigated disaster. But is that really true? Incident to an article written by Paul Pillar, who was the CIA’s man on Iraq, Power Line […]

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Dennis Miller is the Shiznit!

Dennis Miller is the Shiznit!

| June 10, 2007 | 1 Reply

Dennis Miller goes nuclear on Harry Reid. The absolute tip-top money quote: Harry, I hate to be the one to break this to you but trust me, there are many millions of people who concur with this but don’t have the opportunity that I do. You are a vague, translucent, living shade who barely matters, […]

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Who Doesn't Question the Timing these Days?

Who Doesn't Question the Timing these Days?

| June 10, 2007 | Reply

They question the timing. A decision by editors not to play charges of a terrorism plot at Kennedy Airport on Page 1 last Sunday puzzled me and some readers — and angered others. Among the questions raised: Was the paper properly skeptical of officialdom, in this case the Bush administration? Was it too skeptical, just […]

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Yeah. They Can Do That Job. Sure.

Yeah. They Can Do That Job. Sure.

| June 10, 2007 | Reply

Mark Steyn: Currently, the time in which an immigration adjudicator is expected to approve or reject an application is six minutes. That’s not enough time to read the basic form, never mind any supporting documentation. Under political pressure to “bring the 12 million undocumented Americans out of the shadows,” the immigration bureaucracy will rubber-stamp gazillions […]

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