Archive for May 1st, 2006

May 01 2006

More Plame Leaking In Media

*** Update III: Glenn Greenwald has mistaken my dumbfoundness at the stupidity of the leakers and the journalists with anger in this hillariously ironic post. I am a blind Bush supporter because I did not blindly accept Shusters silly claims and because I applied a small dash of common sense! Too funny. *** *** Update […]

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May 01 2006

Kicking Al Qaeda’s Butt Part II

Reader Roonent1 alerted me to this bit of EXCELLENT news from Iraq: U.S. and Iraqi troops killed more than 100 insurgents last week in Ramadi, west of Baghdad, a U.S. Army officer said Monday. … “The Iraqi army is conducting aggressive operations here based on human intelligence from the people of Ramadi themselves,” he said. […]

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May 01 2006

May 1 Bust

Anybody notice anything different about today? I failed to notice anything different. Then again I was at work most of the day – like I am most days. Looks to me like the May 1 protest was a huge May 1 bust. What little was accomplished worked against the immigrants’ case. Never show up unvited […]

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May 01 2006

Hate To Say I Told You So

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But I do believe I did say on occasion that the War In Iraq is over and Al Qaeda is being turned in by the Iraq’s (here and here): Just over four and a half years, al Qaeda has gone from being the dominant terrorist group in the world to a defeated shell of its […]

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May 01 2006

Power Grab By Ultra-Liberal Delusionists

*** Major Correction:  Through out this piece I confused Melvin Goodman with Dana Priest’s husband William Goodfellow (I’m human!)  However, Goodman is a member of Goodfellow’s CIP organization.  So while the author is not married to Priest, he is a close associate and kindred spirit of Priest’s husband *** *** Updates near the end, below […]

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May 01 2006

Who Reads/Writes Blogs?

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A new survey of bloggers and their readers has some interesting information on what kind of people hang out in the blogosphere. Take it with a grain of salt, it is not a good sample: Several major conservative blogs didn’t take part in the survey, which was posted on 110 sites, and so the numbers […]

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