Archive for January 29th, 2006

Jan 29 2006

Iran Is Insulting To Humankind

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Iran is absolutely out of control. What better way to demonstrate maturity and self control regarding nuclear power than to put on a Holocaust conference highlighting ignorance, denial and irresponsibility: Leaders in Germany and Britain have sharply criticized the announcement of the conference and plans to invite notorious Holocaust deniers as a further example of […]

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Jan 29 2006

ABC Anchor Injured In Bombing

Drudge has word that ABC anchor Bob Woodruff and his camerman were seriously injured by an IED in Iraq. Our prayers go out to these folks, as they have for all fighting in Iraq. Journalists do perform brave and selfless acts, that is clear.

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Jan 29 2006

2006 Senate

I went out on a limb last summer and predicted a Rep pick up of 3 seats. Alexander McClure at Polipundit provides me some confidence in my predictions: A new Rasmussen Poll has the Minnesota Senate race a near-tie between Klobuchar and Kennedy. This of course means that the GOP has an excellent shot of […]

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Jan 29 2006

Chris Mathews Show: NSA Issue Over?

Stunning. The consensus of the Chris Mathews panel is the NSA story has been turned to Bush’s advantage and the issue is over. That was a quick surrender.

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Jan 29 2006

Dean Torpedos Reid On Fox

In discussing the Ambramoff scandal on Fox News Sunday, DNC Chairman Howard Dean claimed no Democrat did anything in response to funds coming from Ambramoff’s direction, and if they did they would be in serious trouble. A little later in the program, Chirs Wallace pointed out that the Washington Post reported last fall on a […]

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Jan 29 2006

Old News Media RIP

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This is one of the best round ups on why the news media is failing. This one observation by Hugh Hewitt nails the situation: There is too much expertise, all of it almost instantly available now, for the traditional idea of journalism to last much longer. In the past, almost every bit of information was […]

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Jan 29 2006

Somewhat Vs. Strong

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I disagree with Bush on a lot of things. In fact, I would be shocked to find someone in the presidency I agree with 100%. So when someone asks me a question about Bush, I am a ‘somewhat’ person. And if I think he could de better I am ‘somewhat negative’. Does it mean I […]

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Jan 29 2006

Too Late To Act On Global Warming?

The Global Warming crowd is out wondering if we are reaching a point where we cannot stop the weather, and the Washington Post begins their coverage with a blatant lie: Now that most scientists agree human activity is causing Earth to warm, the central debate has shifted to whether climate change is progressing so rapidly […]

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