Archive for June 17th, 2005

Jun 17 2005

Right vs Left Blogging

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The Strata-Sphere marks its one month anniversary on June 18th, and it is interesting that there is a huge discussion going on about which blogging community is more dynamic and more successful. Patrick Ruffini has been debating Chris Bowers on this topic. Chris believes the fact there are a handful of super-blogs on the left […]

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Jun 17 2005

First Call for Durbin to Step Down

Powerline has the first indication that Durbin and the Dems will need to face up to the storm Durbin has caused with his over-the-top partisan rhetoric. Durbin has not only insulted our military, but given plenty of PR ammunition to the terrorists. So the Boston Herald is the first newspaper to call for Durbin to […]

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Jun 17 2005

Durbin Digs Deeper

Durbin is such a putz. Via The Corner word came that Durbin had a so-called apology on his website: “More than 1700 American soldiers have been killed in Iraq and our country’s standing in the world community has been badly damaged by the prison abuses at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo. My statement in the Senate […]

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Jun 17 2005

Linda Chavez, Chappaquidic, Hillary

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Strange combination isn’t it? Listening to Linda Chavez’s radio show today I learned Chavez used to be a democrat staffer at the Watergate and ran into one of the burglars the day of the break in. Obviously another famous ex-dem turned rep. Turns out she went to work on the congressional committee on watergate where […]

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Jun 17 2005

Dems Caught In Their Own Trap

It is becoming clear that Sen Durbin has put the democrats in a no-win situation (Michelle Malkin has one, two and three posts monitoring the storm). Durbin’s comments were so reprehensible the average American is going to want an apolpogy, and possibly for him to step down form his leadership position like Sen Trent Lott […]

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Jun 17 2005

PETA Killing Animals?

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This is one of those too weird to be true stories [hat tip Drudge]: Police found 18 dead animals in the trash bin and 13 more in a van registered to PETA. The animals were from animal shelters in Northampton and Bertie counties in North Carolina, police said. The two were picking up animals to […]

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Jun 17 2005

MSM Using Klein to Bash VRWC

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The response to Klein’s garbage claims was fairly universal on the right – disgust. Mark Coffey posts on an article by John Conason which was reasonably balanced and noted the uproar on the conservative blogs. So there was some hope of recognition from the left they would appreciate our disgust with Klein’s hatchet job. But […]

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Jun 17 2005

Laura Ingraham Broke Durbin Swarm

It is great to see the blog swarm hitting Durbin and the dems who sat quietly by while he disparaged the men and women of our military who are putting life and limb on the line to protect us all. I would like to thank Laura Ingraham for bringing this issue to light early on, […]

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Jun 17 2005

Dem Union Base Ruptures

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Hat tip to Real Clear Politics for this emerging story. The disintegration of the democrat party between the fringe and the moderates is continuing with many unions reaching for political independence from the liberal AFL-CIO: Five unions yesterday took a step toward leaving the AFL-CIO labor federation by forming a coalition that will support joint […]

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Jun 17 2005

Durbin’s Firestorm Ignites

Durbin has set a lot of people up in arms with his ridiculous comparison of Americans to Nazis, Pol Pot, etc. It appears the beating that he deserves, and those dems who did not distance themselves in time, will continue for a while. John Podhoretz in the NY Post is livid and clear: There was […]

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