Archive for June 25th, 2005

Jun 25 2005

51% of Dems Are Liberal Fringe

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Rusty at the Jawa Report has a post with what he sees as a stunning number. There is a poll out which says 51% of the democrats believe the US is responsible for 9-11, up from 40% in 2001. But in that same time period the democrat party has shrunk to 33% percent of the […]

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Jun 25 2005

Bolton Close to Recess Appointment

It is becoming clear the democrats have no broad support in the country for their pathetic delaying tactics. After Dysmal Durbin’s slander on our military produced polls showing only the hard core liberals sided with him, Durbin was forced to retreat and show the dems are now the party of Silly Exaggerations (think Monty Python’s […]

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Jun 25 2005

What Did Liberals Expect?

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The left is fixated on things of total irrelevance: all their political losses over the last 5 years. What was the BIG issues in 2000? The Florida recount. In 2001 prior to 9-11? Bush’s tax cuts and Enron. Post 9-11? Whether Afghanistan would be a quagmire like vietnam and moreo tax cuts. 2002? The GOP […]

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Jun 25 2005

Justice Brown For US SC

I have been rooting for quite a wile for Justice Janice Rogers Brown to be one of Bush’ first nominees to the supreme court, for a variety of reasons. I admire her life story, I support her views on most matters and I respect her judicial philosophy. I like the fact she is a an […]

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Jun 25 2005

Lunatic Fringe

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Check out this liberal fantasy posing as commentary in the UK’s Gaurdian today (hat tip: RealClearPolitics). There’s nothing like a good fisking in the morning to start your day – and an easy one at that. I am running short on time so this will be an abbreviated fisking First the title of the piece […]

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Jun 25 2005

Heading for Showdown with Tehran

This news is indicates two things. We are probably heading for a showdown with Tehran. And the elections were probably rigged. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the hard-line mayor of Tehran who has invoked Iran’s 1979 revolution and expressed doubts about rapprochement with the United States, won a runoff election Friday and was elected president of the Islamic […]

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Jun 25 2005

More Breakthroughs In Adult Stem Cells

A short notice on a recent announcment on adult stem cell research. After that is a long winded review of my views on stem cell research for new readers to understand where I am coming from on this subject. An article on the Annual Meeting of the International Society for Stem Cell Research highlights recent […]

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Jun 25 2005

Government Taking Land, Part II

A comment on the previous posting on this subject mentioned Land Between the Lakes, Kentucky as a history lesson of sorts. While this example reflects the use of eminent domain as we have hostorically thoght of it – to remove economic blight, it reminds us how we got where we are today. One have to […]

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