Archive for April 16th, 2007

Apr 16 2007

VA Tech Attack A Premeditated Act Or Jealous Act Of Rage?

Addendum: I have one point to make about the jealous rage angle: why leave the AJ Dorm with 900 people basically asleep in their beds and easy prey and go to Norris Hall 2 hours later? There are some reasons I can think of – guilt, fear, facing the unavoidable fate of a murderer – […]

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Apr 16 2007

VA Tech Shootings

Updates Added At The End: The news of shootings at VA Tech are disturbing since I and many friends and family attended that great school nestled away in the hills of southwest VA. But there is some confusion and exaggeration in the reporting. I note this at LGF: Local FOX affiliate WFXR-TV in Richmond reported […]

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Apr 16 2007

Drudge Copying My Headlines?

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Check out Drudge’s headline “Congress Gone Wild… Spring Break Taxpayer Style… ” and my headline “Congress Gone Wild On Spring Break” and ask yourself if there is not an aweful lot of coincidence there? Now, it is not hard for two people to see the same irony in this and I am definitely not making […]

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Apr 16 2007

Politics Is Not Illegal – Yet

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The WaPo is desperately carrying water for the Liberal witch-hunters in Congress trying to pin Gonzales with doing something improper in allowing Bush to exercise his staffing decisions on who will be the US AG’s around the country. The WaPo points to a poll that politics was involved in the prosecutor changes. Politics was involved […]

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Apr 16 2007

UK Doctors Shun Abortions

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This is an interesting bit of news out of the supposedly Liberal UK: doctors are refusing to perform abortions to the point there are not enough doctors to keep up with demands. Does this mean the convenience killings are overwhelming the doctors’ moral sense?

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Apr 16 2007

The Occasional Strata-Sphere Support Reminder

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I am posting the occasional reminder that site is sponsored, in part, by the community that participates in it – which is a top notch group of people who make this site so successful. We here at The Strata-Sphere could use any support you readers may be able send our way. Please note the tip […]

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Apr 16 2007

What Did Clinton’s CIA Know About 9-11?

Here is an interesting tidbit (H/T JammieWearingFool – an interesting up and coming blog site) on how the CIA was alerted by the French as early as January 2001 (that would be still under Clinton’s administration in essence) regarding Bin Laden’s plans to highjack airplanes in the US – something they French knew early in […]

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Apr 16 2007

Congress Gone Wild On Spring Break

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Did the Democrats have a smashing spring break on our dime? You bet they did! Congress is keeping Andrews Air Force base plenty busy this year ferrying lawmakers all over the globe at taxpayers’ expense. Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi took his wife, nine Democrats and two Republicans – Reps. Dan Lungren of California and […]

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Apr 16 2007

Stand By Gonzales

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The liberal Time magazine is claiming conservatives have no more fight in them and want to dump Bush/Gonzales. Only weak-kneed cons who wouldn’t stand behind our President in his time of need would do that. Bush enjoys a lot of support from conservatives and I and many others would be offended if Bush dumped Gonzales […]

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Apr 16 2007

Does Far Right Deserve Bush’s Fundraising Support?

Does Tancredo deserve to receive the fundraising support of President Bush – who can still find buckets of money for candidates? Does any of those candidates who attacked and quit the President in a pique of frustration and self absorption deserve is assistance? In my opinion – no. Bush’s support among Dems is not any […]

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