Archive for January 20th, 2006

Jan 20 2006

Blogging The Terrorists Away

Rusty Shackleford is celebrating his second blogoversary in style, by rightfully gloating about how his postings helped nab a terrorist. Check it out and a happy second year to you Dr. Shackleford! Eetoowee (for the Jawa’s out there)!

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Jan 20 2006

The Council Has Spoken!

This week’s winners in the Watcher’s Council selection of top posts has been announced. The winner in the council category is Options on Iran II by The Glittering Eye, with second place going to yours truly for NY Times Confesses Truth About NSA Leak. In the non council category the winner was NY Times Tipped […]

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Jan 20 2006

Michael Osama Moore

UPDATE: go check out Tom Maguire’s links to all the people who saw the same connection between Bin Laden’s rationale and those proposed by Murtha, Dean, etc. In fact, Hannity and Gingrich were saying the same thing as well last night! END UPDATE Leftwing sites are all bothered by the fact Chris Mathews noted how […]

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Jan 20 2006

The Administration’s Case For NSA Program

Updates at the end! Here is a link to the just released, 42 page document laying out the administration’s case for the NSA program adjustments made after 9-11. I will be reading this as time permits and possibly posting on it later, but if the scope of the program is as it is defined in […]

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Jan 20 2006

Iran’s Rush To The Apocalypse

Victor Davis Hanson has a very pessemistic article out today on Iran’s rush to the end of time, The Apocalypse. Iranian President Ahmadinejad’s desire to take the world to God’s final judgment is real. He strangely cannot wait to place his name into history as the man who destroyed Israel, and the history itself as […]

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Jan 20 2006

More Confirmation NSA Story Is Hot Air

Mort Kondracke apparently got a chance to sit down with Michael Chertoff, Sec of Homeland Defense, to discuss the NSA’s normal process of monitoring international calls, and the process for those leads to go to FISA. There are some very pertinent points in Kondracke’s conclusions: What I understood Chertoff to be saying is that when […]

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