Archive for June 18th, 2005

Jun 18 2005

Bush Honors 1700 Lives

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President Bush honored the 1700 Americans who have died in Iraq by standing pat and refusing to cut and run. He knows that to run, withdraw, shrink back – or even imply any of these – is tantamount to surrender. President Bush said Saturday that pulling out of Iraq now is not an option, rejecting […]

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Jun 18 2005

Call for Carnival of The Chillin’ #2

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Greetings fellow Coalition members! It is time for another Carnival of Chillin’ to reatain pressure on the politicians to keep progressing judicial nominations and snuff out the unnecessary use sof the filibuster. I will be accepting links to your carnival posts through Tuesday evening so we can get our Carnival rolling by Wednesday. The first […]

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Jun 18 2005

Second Thoughts on The Filibuster

I am still Chillin’ but Andre Martinez, in the New Hampshire Union Leader, makes some excellent points today on why the filibuster might need to be nuked any how. These points are especially valid in light of the vacuous Senate apology for not addressing anti-lynching legislation for decades (which is still crazy, murder is murder […]

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Jun 18 2005

AP Propagandizes for Durbin

Here is the lead sentence from AP on Durbin’s non-apology: Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., said Friday that he regretted any misunderstandings caused by his comments earlier this week comparing American interrogators at Guantanamo Bay to Nazis. Now here is non-apology from Durbin: “More than 1700 American soldiers have been killed in Iraq and our country’s […]

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Jun 18 2005

Bureaucratic Minutiae

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The NY Times has a ridiculous story out today trying to imply wrong doing at PBS now that it is under new management and being required to [shudder] reflect all of America! Perish the thought NY City Liberals have to deal with anyone out in fly over country. Before going to read the article, realize […]

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