davidl on July 16th, 2008

Omar Khadr is a guest of the US taxpayer at Club Gitmo.   HIs lawyers have released a tape of Khadr crying, “Ya Umi”  which is “Oh Mommy” in Arabic.  Khadr’d lawyers hope to use the tape to win sympathy for Khadr’s release. Layne Morris, United States Army (retired) offers no sympathy for Khadr.  Morris was blinded […]

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davidl on July 16th, 2008

My syndicated column today looks at Barack Obama’s dopey, dangerous views on ending jihad with “understanding.” He shouldn’t be protesting cartoons. He is a walking, talking cartoon Michelle Malkin.  I disagree a bit with Michelle.   Morons are not capable of being educated.  On the other hand, those in the public arena can be used for […]

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Eric Florack on July 16th, 2008

Apparently, anti-war protestors have worn out their welcome in Canada. Remember, I’m within earshot of most of eastern Canada, and I’ll tell you the big concern is the amount of money such people won’t be paying for healthcare services, which are already in short supply up there. I see AOL finally served a purpose. Now, […]

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Eric Florack on July 16th, 2008

Michelle Malkin, today: In all the brouhaha over the New Yorker’s satirical cover cartoon of Barack and Michelle Obama, a truly “tasteless and offensive” passage in the magazine’s feature article got lost. The magazine piece quotes Obama’s recommendations for how to stop jihad in a local Chicago newspaper op-ed he had published eight days after […]

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So, Bush steps up before the mikes yesterday and says we gotta drill… open up offshore fields… and chides congress about opening up ANWR, and what happens? Price drops $9/bbl almost at once. That’s the biggest drop in the price of oil since 1991. So, tell me again, oil haters, how our committing to drilling […]

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Eric Florack on July 16th, 2008

Bruce at Q and O I really can’t blame Julian Bond for this. After all, we’re talking about the end of an industry. Racial disparity will remain an issue in America, regardless of whether Barack Obama is elected as the nation’s first black president, the chairman of the NAACP told the organization’s national convention Sunday […]

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