davidl on February 20th, 2010

International Atomic Energy Agency pulls head out.  There as been a change at at the head of the IAEA.  Wereas the old head, Mohamed ElBaradei, had his head buried whee ithe Sun never shines nad by the way is alos smells bad, the new head Yukiya Amano, has stopped and smell Iran’s nuclear weapons programs. […]

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davidl on March 22nd, 2009

“I was shocked to learn of the comment made by President Obama about Special Olympics,” Governor Palin said. “This was a degrading remark about our world’s most precious and unique people, coming from the most powerful position in the world. “These athletes overcome more challenges, discrimination and adversity than most of us ever will. By […]

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You’re going to hear quite a bit from the left over ‘the death of conservatism’ over the next few weeks. But they’ve got it wrong. I say, what we’ve got is the death of compromised conservatism as espoused by George W Bush, his father, GHW Bush, and by more recently, John McCain. This morning, we […]

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Carol Platt Liebau nails it.    Wonder why we call them libtards?

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Eric Florack on September 17th, 2008

Like many, I’ve perceived the mainstream media as being in the tank for liberals and Democrats over the years. This year, however, it’s difficult to see them making it through November without collectively purchasing a larger tank. Between the ugliness of their attacks on Governor Palin and the over-flowing juices from their passion for Obama, […]

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davidl on September 4th, 2008

Breaking news from Erick Erckson, Red State, Halfway through Sarah Palin’s speech tonight at the RNC, people following the speech noticed she was deviating from the prepared text.According to sources close to the McCain campaign, the teleprompter continued scrolling during applause breaks. As a result, half way through the speech, the speech had scrolled significantly […]

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Eric Florack on August 30th, 2008

I see, by way of McQ, a set of trascripts on National Review  from Larry Kudlow, of interviews with Sarah Palin, Here and here I’ll include a few excepts, here. Kudlow: Here’s the bad news. The Congress is going to take their summer recess without a vote — not even a vote — on rolling […]

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