Archive for June 14th, 2005

Jun 14 2005

DC Circuit Court Shifts Right

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Due to the filibuster deal, the second most powerful court behind the Supreme Court is seeing a considerable shift towards conservative jurists, as reported by Shanned Coffin at Bench Memo at NRO: The Griffith confirmation continues the remaking of the D.C. Circuit, considered by many to be the most powerful appellate court short of the […]

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Jun 14 2005

Lunatic Fringe

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Little Green Footballs has a post on some lunatic from the Dept of Labor under Bush’s first term. You are not going to believe what this moonbat is saying: A former Bush team member during his first administration is now voicing serious doubts about the collapse of the World Trade Center on 9-11. Former chief […]

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Jun 14 2005

More and More Chillin’

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While some still react to democrat posturing and spinning with resignation, others see a successful string of appellate court placements as how the filibuster ‘deal’ was good for the GOP and bad for the dems. Remember, the dems have not yet stopped any nominee – even Saad and Myers, though this still remains to be […]

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Jun 14 2005

Another Judicial Victory

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And that makes six new appellate court judges since the democrats made the deal so many thought would be the end of the GOP’s power in the Senate. Ryan James has the score, which wasn’t even close. The Coalition is still Chillin’s – and toasting. Hat tip: Mark Coffey at Decision 08

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Jun 14 2005

Exposing The Terrorists

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Hat Tip to Mark Coffey at Decision 08 on finding this incredible piece by Christopher Hitchens. The article covers how Al Iraqiya Television is unmasking and exposing the insurgents by presenting them to the Iraqi people. A stunning PR effort which, surprisingly, the US could not implement due to the Geneva Convention (since when is […]

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Jun 14 2005

Limp Reps Throwing Away 1700 Lives

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America sent our military men and women into Iraq to change the world and stem the tied of Islamic fascism. To date this valient effort has cost 1700 lives and numerous damaged lives and bodies. Now some weak-kneed republicans want to throw all this sacrifice away. They are the ones we should toss aside. Right […]

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Jun 14 2005

GOP Backbone Appears

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Fixed the wrong link to the original AP story. Michelle Malkin has a post on this as well The GOP voices with a backbone are coming out now that the weak-kneed reps have been hyped in the MSM. Good. Answering the critics, Vice President Dick Cheney on Monday said war-on-terror detainees would continue to be […]

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Jun 14 2005

VA Primaries Today

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This will be short and updated with the results later today, but VA goes to the polls in a combined Democrat-Republican primary today (you can only vote in one or the other) to select candidates for the three top offices in the fall. On the Republican side it will most likely mean who will win […]

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Jun 14 2005

Medical Break Through, No Embryos

A seriously major break through for brain diseases and spinal/nerve injuries was announced today by the McKnight Brain Institute. While this is still in the animal research phase (rodents), it is something never before done with incredible potential. I have compiled a list of referrences here, here, and here. The aim is to use adult […]

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Jun 14 2005

Governator Takes on CA

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While our ‘professional’ politicians whimper and cower in the face of hard decisions and a hostile media, Governor Schwarzenegger is making an incredibly bold move in CA. After months and months of battling a stubborn and careless legislature (how do you think CA got into the fiscal mess it is in now?) The Governator is […]

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