Archive for August 23rd, 2006

Aug 23 2006

Lamont’s Hard Math

In a previous post I noted that the recent ARG poll (and the similar Rassmussen poll) showing a tight race between Lieberman and Lamont was actually not that close. I had intended to demonstrate the challenge for Lamont with some basic mathematics, but never found the time. Well, now I have the time – and […]

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Aug 23 2006

Even With NSA, We Are Behind The UK

An interesting, and scary, revelation coming out in the news today is that the intelligence tools the UK used to thwart the recent Airline Bomb Plot are legally out of reach of US law enforcement officials – and that includes the current NSA Terrorist Surveillance Program used to monitor our enemies overseas (and note when […]

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Aug 23 2006

Another Foiled Attack Avoided?

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Update: It seems the actions of passengers was bizzare enough to cause the Air Marshall on board to take control of the situation. This has mean leaning back the other way now on what this incident was all about. Some first hand accounts here. End Update I have been watching the news out of Holland […]

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Aug 23 2006

Lefties: No Threat Even After UK Airline Plot

The liberals are beside themselves with the realization their marginal views are just not cuttting it in the national arena. They have gone from questionable to crazy as they attempt to claim there is no problem in leaving Iraq to Al Qaeda so they can use that country’s national resources and educated population (Iraq has […]

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Aug 23 2006

Classification Of Secrets Useless With Media Leaks

A judge has pushed forward in a landmark case to prosecute people for leaking and publicizing classified national security information. The media and many other people are shocked that we actually try and enforce laws that are intended to keep our most valued secrets to inly those who need to know what is happening because […]

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