Archive for July 24th, 2005

Jul 24 2005

Carnival of The Hillbillies #2

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Check out the what the hillbillies are up to at The Carnival of The Hillbillies, by a great blogger Don Surber.

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Jul 24 2005

Democrat Earth Quake

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This is going to rattle any already rattled democrat party. The schism between the liberal fringes and what is left of the depleted moderates is continuing to widen The AFL-CIO succumbed to division Sunday, with its largest union deciding to bolt the 50-year-old federation and three others poised to do so in a dispute over […]

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Jul 24 2005

Woa! Good-bye Filibuster

First Feinstein, then Byrd and now http://www.drudgereport.com/flash3hcr.htm? Senator Hillary Clinton has confided to associates that she intends to vote FOR Bush Supreme Court nominee John Roberts, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned. Unless some unforeseen development occurs around Roberts, Clinton will throw her support behind confirmation, says a top source. “Look, we’re not thrilled President Bush […]

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Jul 24 2005

Islam: Convert or Else

Convert or else. It is finally coming down to this. Each side needs to decide whether Islam evolves into the future or dies in a failed vision of a failed past. On one side you have the Al Quaeda, Wahabi, man is god-women is property view. On the other side, you have this [hat tip […]

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Jul 24 2005

Who Killed the Most Iraqis?

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Hat tip Mark Coffey on this article breaking out the Iraqi deaths by the hands that caused the deaths (not the simple minded math where all deaths since 2002 were somehow linked to George Bush) …that unfortunately many Iraqis have already suffered, shot at checkpoints and roadstops by jumpy troops, mistaken for possible suicide bombers, […]

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Jul 24 2005

NYTimes Caught Making Up Lies

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Hat Tip Little Green Footballs. OK, I take one weekend semi-off for a family reunion and it seems the liberal MSM has decided to go off the deep end. First the Washington Post has its liberal fits of obsession and spin here and here. And now the NYTimes is caught making up quotes for someone […]

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Jul 24 2005

Disgusting Politics Of Death

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Hat Tip Michelle Malkin on the pathetic news that a headline hungry democrat politician went to a funeral to get make some nes and an anti-war speech. Went UNINVITED! The family of a Marine who was killed in Iraq is furious with Lt. Gov. Catherine Baker Knoll for showing up uninvited at his funeral this […]

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Jul 24 2005

Cohen is Incoherent

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Richard Cohen provides the second of two Washington Post examples of liberals out of touch, out of sync and possibly out of their minds. The temptation to point out the incoherencies was too much for Mark Steyn to pass up Leave aside Cohen’s careless assumption that the 2004 election was “all about” the Supreme Court: […]

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Jul 24 2005

WashPost: Spend Surplus Taxes

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The Washington Post presents us with a classic example of extreme liberal bias in the main stream news media. The editorial discusses the good budget news in Maryland but slams Gov Ehrlich for taking credit for the good fiscal shape of state (unlike the Post’s treatment of Clinton during his heyday of living off of […]

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Jul 24 2005

Lance Armstrong, Man of Steal

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The herculean efforts of this man are well watched and well known. So there is no reason to post about Lance Armstrong except to join the chorus of admirers in recognizing one of America’s greatest life stories (and we do have a great number of them). To go from dealing with cancer and fight back […]

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