Archive for March 6th, 2006

Mar 06 2006

Three Cheers For Wolf Blitzer

I am absolutely stunned I am saying this, but Wolf Blitzer went to Dubai to do the Situation Room from there and he did some really amazing, balanced reporting tonight. I watched him interview our military commanders who gave The UAE and DPW an A+ for their efforts in protecting our naval ships in port. […]

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Mar 06 2006

Isn’t This Terrorism?

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Glancing over at Michelle’s site and her tracking of that whacked out young man who drove the rented Jeep through a crowd in Chapel Hill she asks a simple question: Can we call it terrorism yet? Well, from the Islamists own mouth we have: Mohammad Taheri-azar, a 2005 UNC-Chapel Hill graduate, smiled and waved before […]

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Mar 06 2006

Democrats And Terrorists

A must read on the Democrats track record on terrorism from Hawaii Reporter. It’s worth the time. Any contact with Muslim states involves the chance that an al-Qaeda infiltrator may slip through. But terrorists have attacked the USA without the UAE leasing any port unloading facilities. They are also capable of attacking without the use […]

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Mar 06 2006

More Media Whining

I discussed the media response to a crackdown on leaks of classified information in this previous post. The media somehow got it in their head all civilization would end of people stopped leaking secrets to the press, so the press could spin anti-Bush stories while tipping off the terrorists regarding what we are doing to […]

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Mar 06 2006

Iraqi Mayor Praises US Military

Hat Tip DJ Drummond at Polipundit for this incredibly inspiring letter posted at Gaypatriot: In the Name of God the Compassionate and Merciful To the Courageous Men and Women of the 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment, who have changed the city of Tall’ Afar from a ghost town, in which terrorists spread death and destruction, to […]

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Mar 06 2006

Senator Kyl On The NSA Terrorist Surveillance Program

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This piece by Senator Kyl touches on the Patriot Act re-authorization, the NSA debate and the Dubai World Ports deal.  It is an interesting and thoughtful piece, please check it out.

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Mar 06 2006

Anti War Liberals Take A Big Hit

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The United States Supreme Court has just decided in a unanimous decision that colleges cannot restrict or bar military recruiters. This is an enormous blow to the anti-war folks who have tried to close their academic fantasy world off from the reality they exist in America – and are a small marginal voice in Americ […]

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Mar 06 2006

Are We Closing In On Al Qaeda?

It is always interesting to look at the timing of news and wonder whether it is serendipity, coincidence or something else that causes two events to coincide. The first event was President Bush’s amazing trip to Pakistan, where the Pakistan government wanted more than they ended up receiving in terms of recognition and agreements. The […]

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Mar 06 2006

Why Are Liberals In Deep Denial?

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Michael Barone poses an excellent question today: why are Liberals (not so much Democrats) obsessively wedded to the view there could never be a Saddam/Al Qaeda connection?: The issue is historical now, but still worth exploring. Why, for two distinct groups of Americans, has it become a matter of conviction held with religious intensity that […]

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Mar 06 2006

The Council Has Spoken!

The Watcher’s Council has selected their picks for best post for the week and here are the winners. In the council category the winner was Our George by Done With Mirrors, with  a tie in second place going to The Breach by New Sisyphus and The Information War by ShrinkWrapped. In the non council category […]

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