davidl on May 28th, 2007

Venezuela implements its own Fairness Doctrine. Mark Levin, NRO – and another thing .

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davidl on May 28th, 2007

This one hurts a bit.  We have had mild praise, for Bill Richardson. Yet this is getting to be a habit, a bad habit.   Richardson makes the Roll of Shame for the second time.   Michelle Malkins does does honors.

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davidl on May 28th, 2007

From Little Green Footballs, July 15, 2004, “Terror in the Skies, Again?:” : At Womens Wall Street, a highly disturbing must-read (and I stress, must-read) article for anyone who flies often, by Annie Jacobsen: Terror in the Skies, Again? (Hat tip: Instapundit.) Jacobsen recounts a white-knuckle flight from Detroit to Los Angeles, that she and […]

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Eric Florack on May 27th, 2007

The Music: 100 Proof, Aged i Soul; Somebody’s been sleeping in my bed. The album is great late 60’s soul. Put together by Motown greats Holland- Dozier- Holland, and signed to the “Hot Wax” label… (One of two such labels set up by the team, the other being Invictus), the group boasted of three of […]

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davidl on May 27th, 2007

The late Rachel Carson(1907-1964), author of Silent Spring,  is an iconic figure to the enviromental movement.  Yet while I suggest that Carson was not per se an evil person of the nature of say Adolf Hitler, the deaths attributed to Carson are comparable to those attributable to Hitler. To some Carson is some sort of hero: She […]

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Eric Florack on May 27th, 2007

Joyner, this monring, strikes a note of alarm as regards anti-terrorism laws being pushed through in the UK and titles his piece: Britain to Repeal Magna Carta Oh, please. OK, look, I, too, have some problems with all of this. That said, I wonder if James isn’t being overly dramatic, here. At it’s most basic, […]

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davidl on May 27th, 2007

Sister Toldjah reports on the media’s highly selective obession with certain milestones Yet as Murdoc pointed out the previous March, the numbers United States military deaths are not exceptional, and in the same range of that of the Clinton administration. Is the media driven by some new found, and most certainly short lived, concern for the welfare […]

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davidl on May 26th, 2007

Blondie, a.k.a. Valerie Plame Wilson, flat-out iied to Henry Waxman.  Byron York, NRO, has the goods. I guess if you are a modestly cute blonde, telling the truth to  an old geezer like Waxman is strictly optional.  Contact the House Committee on Oversight and Governent Reform hotline to complain More, Ace.

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Eric Florack on May 26th, 2007

The Glittering Eye, has unquestionably been on the leading edge of this contaminated pet food business, for some time.  The Eye reaches in, and comes up with another comment on it, today: Most people are not aware of the massive effect that the world’s largest company has on the American food supply. As noted by […]

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Eric Florack on May 26th, 2007

McQ, today, tells us the story of a tactical Air Controller. -0- It’s time I said something about the links from BitsBlog to these posts from McQ every week. As some of you will know, BitsBlog has been on this bandwagon from the beginning of Project Hero as McQ calls it, and in fact created […]

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davidl on May 26th, 2007

Don Surber explains “the difference between [Chris] Muir and William Arkin, the Washington Post’s military expert.” As Don says, “Muir actually has been to Iraq.”  Don compares Muir to the great Bill Mauldin. I do not concur with Don’s description of Arkin as a military expert.  Arkin is merely paid by the WaPo to write […]

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davidl on May 25th, 2007

She is cute,  has plenty of spunk and is conservative.  Sort of conservative version of Katie Couric.   Now Elisabeth has a notch on her belt.  Rosie has left the View. Allahpundit, Hot Air, has the exit interview. I note in passing, the dispite her girth, Rosie is a light weight.   She gets challenged, and leaves […]

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davidl on May 25th, 2007

Fred Thompson understands the American people.   Allahpundit, Hot Air, has the video. After being lied to for thirty years by the likes of Teddy Kennedy, the public does not trust the federal government to fix immigration.   No more amnesty for empty promises.

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davidl on May 25th, 2007

Hate is an idea and ideas, as unexpressed speech, are protected constitutional rights.  The sage of Idaho, Clayton Cramer writes of the fascists who trample freedom of speech to promote their personal views of acceptable sexual behavior: I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. I wish it were not so, but increasingly, it appears to be: […]

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davidl on May 24th, 2007

The Discovery Channel, the History Channel and the Learning Channel all provide far better fare than PBS and without those annoying beg-a-thons. Don Surber, on the state of public broadcasting.

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