Thursday, August 31, 2006

Another Common Sense Idea...

...that will never, ever happen.

A university professor puts forth a nomination for Rush Limbaugh to be awarded an honorary doctorate. He is no staunch Conservative... instead, he is a champion of free thinking. Imagine that!

Anyway, it is compelling to read his reasons. Sadly, though, we'll likely see peace in the Middle East before we see this happen.

Universities Need a Little Limbaugh


P.S. Sorry, anonymous hate-filled liberal poster... but I'm back.


Tuesday, August 29, 2006

While I'm Away...

...please keep it civil around here... keep the streetfighting down to a minimum.

BTW, for anyone who cares, this should be the last "gone" week for me for a while.

Be well...



Another Timely Column

Here is Dennis Prager reminding us of some important things.

Just A Reminder Of Who And Why We Are Fighting

Can't wait to see how this will infuriate the islamofascist apologists recently seen trolling in our comment sections.


And Now, A Word From...

...Thomas Sowell:

"Wherever we are going, and wherever we want to go, we have to get there from where we are right now. Not where we wish we were or where we want others to think we are but where we are in fact."


Charming People

From the mighty Michelle Malkin--

You might want to take a few deep breaths before reading this one...

Hoisting The Mexican Flag At A U.S. Post Office

Ummm... I think we might have a small situation here...


A Banner Day!

Sad that this is the exception, rather than the rule nowadays. In any case, it is very nice to read this... and it stirs my pride in my country.

Easy to forget the simple joy to be found in celebrating our beloved America.

Legion Enjoys A Banner Day In Salt Lake


Monday, August 28, 2006

Even More

An anonymous Christian-bashing apologist for the islamofascists left a great comment on my previous post. Rather than reply there, I thought I'd share for everyone.

Here is his/her last paragraph:

--"Obviously, I have little hope that my thoughts will open up your mind. So continue to judge billions of the world's people by a handful of their worst examples. But I do urge you, before condemning another person's Scripture and practices, to examine your own tradition, as well as your own personal prejudices. IIRC, Jesus of Nazareth taught us to be radically patient, pacifist, and kind-spirited. Consider that as you encourage the casting of stones. "--

Now, I'll reply:

Dear anonymous Christian-bashing apologist for the head-choppers;

The ludicrous irony of your closing sentence is, no doubt, lost on you. Here's a clue:

Mother Of Two Faces Death By Stoning

Go ahead... read the whole, sickening thing... and then come back and explain how a "handful of their worst examples" is doing all of this. Or... just turn a blind eye to it, as you have been for years.

As you struggle to blame America and Christianity for all things... and as you attempt, time and time again, to make an absolutely ridiculous moral equivalence between the barbaric savages of islam and ANY modern Christian... and as you smirk in your self-righteous contempt for peaceful, God-fearing Christians... in all that, I hope you are able to remember how much you believe the things you say when the "holy-warriors" come to call for your "conversion."

Open MY mind?? I pray that your mind, and your eyes, will open- before it is too late for us all. We will need all the help we can get... even from one such as you... as we face this open warfare of civilization versus evil.

Thanks for taking the time to comment. Please have a great evening.



More Of It

Yesterday's topic of the Fox journalists brought much commenting... and got me a bit up in arms about the seemingly obvious fact that islam is THE problem in our world. Believe it or not, there are still people trying to question that.

Fortuitously, the great Mark Steyn has weighed in and said with his trademark eloquence what others cannot.

[[ But Centanni and Wiig’s brief interlude as practicing Muslims is revealing in a larger sense. Ever since 9/11, the western multicultural mindset has been desperately trying to swaddle Islam within the fluffy quilt of diversity. It’s “just” another religion, like the Congregationalists and Episcopalians. To be sure, it’s got a few hotheads, but haven’t we all? Sticking with this line requires an awful lot of brushing under the carpet and there’s so much under there by now it looks like a broadloomed Himalayas. For a start, you can’t help noticing the traffic is mostly one-way: In Dr Mahathir’s country, where a long English Common Law tradition is under sustained pressure from sharia, a lady called Lina Joy is currently enduring death threats and a long legal battle because she committed the “crime” of converting from Islam to Catholicism.

Well, that’s Malaysia for you. But how about Michigan? Nazra Quraishi, a kindergarten teacher at a local Muslim school, wrote to The Lansing State Journal last month as follows:

“Islam is a guide for humanity, for all times, until the day of judgment. It is forbidden in Islam to convert to any other religion. The penalty is death.There is no disagreement about it. Islam is being embraced by people of other faiths all the time. They should know they can embrace Islam, but cannot get out. This rule is not made by Muslims; it is the supreme law of God.”

That seems clear enough, doesn’t it? In 1951, Eric Hoffer, America’s great longshoreman philosopher, wrote:

“The manner in which a mass movement starts out can also have an effect on the duration and mode of termination of the active phase of the movement.”

Christians and Muslims are both “people of the book.” But there’s a difference: Christianity started out as a religion of the weak, held by the lowliest in society and advanced by conversion and example, independent of the state. A distinction between religion and temporal power is embedded in its founding narratives. Compare the final words of Jesus to his disciples, on the day of his ascension …

“Ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth.”

… with the final words of Mohammed to his disciples:

“I was ordered to fight all men until they say, ‘There is no god but Allah.’”

Yeah... that pretty much sums up what most of us simple folk have been trying to say.

Please read it all... I insist.

Achilles' Heel


Sunday, August 27, 2006

Thank God...

...not allah.

Fox Journalists Freed

More here.

The terrorists had them "convert" to islam at gunpoint. Somewhere in their sick world, they will gain points for that. The "arab street" will believe it... and another chapter of "islam defeating the West" will be written.

Is it just me, or are these idiots like little children? "Say you believe in my pagan god or I'll chop off your head."

Also, it appears that Centanni developed a strong case of Stockholm Syndrome. Maybe after a few weeks in deprogramming, he'll realize that if they really were "beautiful and kind hearted people," then maybe they wouldn't have kidnapped him and had him hog-tied face down in a dark garage.

Also good to know that Centanni still has the "highest respect" for islam. You know, the same islam that incited the terrorists to snatch him.



Saturday, August 26, 2006

A Life

I love that the Telegraph does these pieces. It shows that somebody still cares about the generation that saved humanity.

The moment that we forget these extraordinary people... that will be the moment that we seal our own fate.

In any case, I find these tributes fascinating... and I do love the way the British writers say things.

Lieutenant-Commander Joe Evans


Compassionate Lefties

We always hear about the "heartless Conservatives" and their indifference to human suffering, etc.

Well... I'm pretty sure we never stoop quite this low.

Parents Of Rabbit Flu Death Son Taunted By Animal Rights Extremists

Their class and empathy are impressive, indeed.


Friday, August 25, 2006

Religious?? I'm Shocked To Hear That!!

This headline- and many others from different cases- is put out there as if it is surprising.

Fellow Students Say Terror Suspect Was Religious

See... what they don't get is that his "religiousness" is precisely what brought him to the crime! Hello??!?! Is this thing on???!!!!

Jiminy Christmas...


Iraqi Leadership Sighting

Like any organization, the Iraqi army is trying to get good leaders. As we have learned here in America, though, it is hard to find them just laying around. Good leaders are developed... forged. Of course, they have to have the basic raw materials to become good leaders: courage, character, a good heart, etc.

Anyway, here is a surprisingly good story from USA Today on one leader in Iraq's fledgling army. He is a very good example and will no doubt inspire others to act as he does.

Colonel Walks Baghdad To "Make People Believe"

Hope springs eternal.


Insanity? Nah... Just islamic Law

More from the "good grief" files.

"Clerics" Order Divorcee To Marry 70 Year-Old Man

You just have to love those wacky "clerics."



Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Parting Shot

Okay, I'm off and running to the boonies again today... only two weeks of this project left, thank the stars!

I've left you lots of homework for today... plus, here is a great slideshow for you to watch and share (thanks, Mike!).


Eat your veggies and play nice... back soon.



The Corporate Left

Here's a good one that will likely surprise you.

In spite of the stereotype, it is apparently the left-wing that benefits most from big corporations. Star Parker explains this surprising fact with numbers and facts that don't lie.

Corporate Pandering To The Left

I can almost forgive Target now for the Salvation Army thing... almost.



Don't be. Anyone paying attention saw this coming.

Instead of surprised, we should all be scared.

[[ The chief law enforcement officers of several Texas counties along the southern U.S. border warn that Arabic-speaking individuals are learning Spanish and integrating into Mexican culture before paying smugglers to sneak them into the United States. The Texas Sheriffs' Border Coalition believes those individuals are likely terrorists and that drug cartels and some members of the Mexican military are helping them get across the border. ]]

Kinda disturbing, eh? Why don't our "authorities" do something here? Why are they ignoring the people calling out for protection from this threat?

Dear Lord... I feel like I'm in some kind of bizarro world...

Anyway, here's the whole thing.

Texas Sheriffs Say Terrorists Entering US from Mexico


What Will algore Do Now?

More cognitive dissonance for the leftists.

You just know it had to hurt the washington post to publish this one.

Scientists Disagree On Link Between Storms, Warming

They really hate it when the facts get in the way of their hysterics. Like this:

2006 Tropical Storm Season Now Below Normal

...and this:

Greenland's Glaciers Have Been Shrinking For 100 Years: Study

Wonder how they'll explain all this...


Not Long For This World

Here are some brave words:

If You Want Sharia Law, You Should Go And Live In Saudi

Even more brave when you consider that they were said by a muslim. I guess if he wants to keep breathing, he had better get on the Salmon Rushdie plan right away... the "religion of peace" does not take kindly to this sort of behavior.

Anyway, it's a great column... you should read it all.


Monday, August 21, 2006

Defeat Party Schemes

Here is a great column that discusses the plan the democrats are using to appear tough on security while surrendering in the war on terror. They use bill clinton as the center player, since he is so beloved by all of us simple Americans.

It's One War, Stupid


Yes, It Is "Shocking"...

...but not at all surprising to those paying attention.

Murder Of Muslim Girl "Rebel" By Her Father Shocks All Italy

These "honor" killings are very, very common. They are exhibit A in proving that it is more than a "tiny group of extremists" threatening civilization. These people are under some sort of demonic possession... and it is not being condemned and stamped out by the "religion of peace." Can you imagine if some Christians were doing these things in the name of our religion? The rest of us would be out in front of the campaign to stop it.

Go figure.


But... I Thought Guns Were Bad...?

This is great... and you have to know that the DFL absolutely HATES these stories- which are very common, by the way.

Armed Citizen Foils Robbery

I'll say it again... an armed society is a polite society.


Sunday, August 20, 2006

Ummm... Okay

Here is the laugher of the day.

Britain's close alliance with the United States is damaging its standing in the Muslim world, Iran's president said in an interview published Saturday.

That is exactly like saying:

"The Sheriff Department's close alliance with the Police Department is damaging its standing in the criminal world, organized crime's kingpin said in an interview published Saturday."


Stupid Questions

Do you think the DFL is losing sleep over the "torture" that was used to get information that ultimately stopped the terror plot in Britain?

How could anyone refute the necessity of it in that case?

Well... here ya go.

[[ If the allegation that the Pakistanis tortured Rashid Rauf turns out to be true, should we be grateful? Rauf is claimed to be one of the ring-leaders in the alleged plot to blow up at least five passenger jets over the Atlantic.

The information he is reported to have given to the Pakistan police was passed on to the authorities here, and is said to have been critical to the British police raids of 10 days ago. But Asma Jehangir, of the Pakistan Human Rights Commission, says "there is simply no doubt… no doubt at all" that Rauf was tortured to persuade him to reveal the information. No torture might have meant no information: and maybe five or more planes brought down.

So, okay... they got the information through "torture." I guess that means it works sometimes, right? In any case, no one would even think of not using such life-saving information, however it was obtained... right?

Well... here ya go.

[[ One of their lordships summed it up succinctly: the Government "cannot be expected to close its eyes to information [obtained by torture] at the price of endangering the lives of its own citizens. Moral repugnance at torture does not require this".

That apparent ambivalence towards torture disturbs moral absolutists, who believe that renouncing such evidence is precisely what moral repugnance at torture does require. They argue that a willingness to use evidence obtained by torture is akin to complicity in it, and that it is better for a terrorist plot to go ahead and cause mass casualties than for it to be prevented by the use of torture.

Anyway, here's the whole story- headlined by the aforementioned stupid question:

If Torture Could Stop A Terrorist Atrocity And Save Thousands Of Lives, Would It Really Be So Wrong?



Here's a great site that lets you show your support for the military. You can also find out information on the "Freedom Walk."

America Supports You


Saturday, August 19, 2006

Our Brave Cousins

These are the kind of men I would be proud to go to war with. The pragmatic service mentality that they express is something that used to be common in our country... but is now all too rare. Such is the price of the easy life and no real threat, I suppose.

Anyway, please read this... here's an excerpt that will grab you. It is an interview with two Israeli vets who lost limbs in the war. As far as I'm concerned, these guys are amazing and genuine heroes:

[[ ...people are worrying too much about things that are marginal... If you ask me, as I hear in your tone, whether I regret having lost my leg, of if I think it was for nothing - I say no, I don't think it was for nothing. I don't regret it for a second. It's not like there's some kind of [political debate] here... I would go out again to war with the knowledge that it could happen to me. This is a war that we didn't start, and it was very difficult and crappy, but I, and all my friends, went out with the clear knowledge that it's - it's either me and Evyatar here - or, well, if it's not us, then - this is what we're in the army for. This is how we protect the borders of the State of Israel. I can't cry or complain to anyone and worry that I might get wounded when Katyushas are falling at home and people are getting killed. I mean, I'm a soldier now, and I give my three years; what can I do that they happened to fall on this war? I mean there are reservists who are in the same situation. If it's not us, then no one else will...

As far as whether the war was handled correctly, or not correctly - what, every soldier in the middle of the battle will start giving his opinion on whether the Chief of Staff or the Northern Commander is doing it right or wrong, and whether we should take this village or go a different way? It can't work that way.
Evyatar: The main thing is that we are alive, and therefore we have a lot to be grateful for; we now go forward. It's real nonsense - a hand, a leg, it's really not important. [In response to interviewer's raised eyebrows], yes, really nonsense.

Eran: Vanity of vanities, compared to people who lost their sons or their friends; total nonsense.

Evyatar: I mean, the bottom line is we're here!

Eran (chuckling): I'll have a prosthesis, and he'll learn to write with his left hand... No problem, I'll walk regularly; they told me that they have a prosthesis that I won't even limp [with] at all, and I hear that the Defense Ministry takes care of its wounded. I'm alive. And he'll learn to tie his shoes with his left hand, and it could be that his hand will even come back to normal -

Evyatar [smiling]: - with G'ds help -

Eran: I mean, people lost their friends, and their sons, and their husbands, and their fathers - so who are we at all to say anything...

Wow... may God bless them and their families.

Here's the whole thing- go get it.

Wounded IDF Soldier: "So I Lost a Leg; So What?"


Calling All GWOT Vets!

There is a new organization that is staunchly pro-mission, and they aim to support political candidates who support our military. It was founded by Wade Zirkle, a Marine who served in Iraq.

Wade sent me an email and I'll share part of it with you here:

"...It was great to talk to you last week. I was wondering if you might know of any GWOT vets that might be interested on sitting on our steering committee....we are in the process of recruiting 50-100 GWOT vets from across the country to be the public face of VFF as we support pro-mission candidates this fall. It is not a commitment of time, just a GWOT vets lending their name to the cause."

This is a great cause... please pass the word on this one. Here is their web site:

Vets For Freedom


Friday, August 18, 2006

Refreshing Attitude

I just love this column. It examines America's relationship with the rest of the world- with emphasis on "why they hate us." It is deliciously ironic that the author, Don Surber, speaks exactly as the vast majority of Americans do... and that is one reason for why the left-leaning world hates us.

Here is an example:

[[ But if other people hate us, that is their problem.

If people hate us so much that they want to kill us, that is our problem. We fix that not by figuring out why they hate us, but by figuring out how to kill them first
. ]]

Want more?

[[ In World War II, Americans cared little about why the Japanese or the Nazis hated us and wanted to kill us.

Americans thought instead about how to kill the Japanese and the Germans in mass quantities.

That worked.

What a novel thought.

I'll leave the rest for you to read... it is very good, so please do.

Time To Go Scott Evil On Terrorists


Judicial Trends And Fancies

Well, now that another crusading, way-far-left judge has stepped in to save us from the evil Bush machine (HERE and HERE), we can all breath a sigh of relief.

Seriously, where would we be without these judges? I, for one, am grateful that they are watching out for my best interests. Oh, sure, a small consequence is that terrorists can plan and plot with impunity... but that is just a detail. The important thing is that my civil liberties remain intact.

Here is another case of a judge who just loves the good guys.

[[ A left-leaning judge has shocked Toronto Police with an order that uniformed cops could not testify in his court if they wear their guns.

Ontario Court Justice Melvyn Green told a flabbergasted cop witness in a routine impaired driving case Tuesday to "check (his gun) somewhere."

...Green told prosecutor Nenad Trbojevic to "tell" cop witnesses that he did not want "anybody testifying while wearing sidearms."

When Green was later advised by Trbojevic that on-duty uniform police officers are policy-bound to carry firearms, Green said while it "makes sense, I just do not see the need for them to wear them while they testify."

Judge Tells Cop To Lose Gun While Testifying

There are the Canadians... again setting a sterling example for the rest of the world. We can only hope that our judges will be as brave.


Thursday, August 17, 2006

Outrageously Disgusting

Okay, this has to stop. Please pass this one on to anyone and everyone... we have to do something about this. I just can't believe it could happen...

Better take the blood pressure med before reading this.

Military War Returnees Are Favorite Targets Of TSA

Told ya...


Tuesday, August 15, 2006

It's Go Time

Off again... back in a few days, I hope.

I put up some extra stuff today to keep you busy. Here is one more really good one, in which Dennis Prager deconstructs the Mike Wallace/Hitler interview:

CBS Loves Dictators

See ya soon, good people...



Attention, Mr. Murtha!

Please take notes, Congressman... this is how a former Marine Corps Officer handles it:

[[ "I am, of course, very concerned regarding any allegations surrounding misconduct by U.S. troops in Iraq," Kline wrote in his statement. "Such allegations must be taken seriously, but we should never rush to judgment before all the facts are known and the military criminal justice process is completed."

Kline, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, said he was briefed on Haditha by Marine Brig. Gen. John F. Kelly, the legislative assistant to the Marine commandant. At the time of the briefings, the official investigations were not complete, and Kline emphasized that "conclusions have not been reached."

"As a retired Colonel in the U.S. Marines, I am especially proud of the sacrifices our men and women make day in and day out, especially in combat situations," Kline wrote. "And as a Marine officer, I would never want to publicly insinuate, implicitly or explicitly, that I have prejudged what took place that day on the battlefield or afterwards." ]]

Lawmaker Apologizes To Marines For Remarks

There. That wasn't too hard, was it?


Got A Few Minutes?

Here is a great and fascinating read... former Bush advisor and speech writer Michael Gerson explains why now, more than ever, our policies in the Middle East have to be clear and consistent.

Mr. Gerson makes many excellent points in this article... all underscored by the fact that he was there on the inside. He tells how President Bush's mindset and policies on the Middle East were shaped by real-world events. I like that concept a whole lot better than the thought of policies being shaped by wishful thinking, etc.


[[ On Tuesday, September 11, 2001, while the president was on the road in Florida, I was working at home on a never-delivered speech announcing a long-forgotten initiative called Communities of Character. Warned by my deputy about the first attack, I headed by car toward the White House, neared the Pentagon and saw a plane in abnormally low descent—so low I could see the windows. Turned around by the police on the highway and sent home, I was finally able to call my evacuated staff at (of all places) the D.C. offices of Chrysler. Then came the first speech to the nation, with too much sentiment, not enough resolve and the president stiff and small. On Friday, a quiet motorcade in the rain to the National Cathedral; and the president filling his office completely; and the whole of official Washington singing, "Glory, glory, hallelujah. His truth is marching on." Starting in those days, I felt not merely part of an administration, but part of a story; a noble story, but with a happy ending by no means assured.

From those events, President Bush drew a fixed conclusion: as long as the Middle East remains a bitter and backward mess, America will not be secure. Dictators in that region survive by finding scapegoats for their failures—feeding conspiracy theories about Americans and Jews—and use religious groups to destroy reformers and democrats. Oil money strengthens elites, buys rockets, funds research into weapons of mass destruction, builds radical schools across Africa and Asia and finds its way to terrorist organizations. Terrorist organizers exploit the humiliated and hopeless—channeling their search for meaning into acts of murder—and plot, as London 2006 proves, to surpass the mad ambitions of 9/11
. ]]

You definitely should read this one... and keep it handy to show to anyone who needs "schoolin'."

View From The Top


Can I Say A Few Words?

Selfless. Heroic. Humble. Unselfish.

Mystery 9/11 Rescuer Reveals Himself

He does all Marines- and all Americans- proud.


Oh, No, He Didn't!

Ummm... yes... he did.

Anchorman Equates Terrorists With U.S. Special Forces And Firefighters

Good Lord... you can't parody these people. This is beyond disgusting.


Monday, August 14, 2006

Not At All Incongruent

Here are two stories released on the same day...

Iranian Censors Clamp Down On Bloggers

Iranian President To Launch Blog

Cartoonishly absurd...


Better Watch Your Back, Lord Stevens

Hmmm... I wonder how this one will go over.

[[ LONDON'S most influential former police chief has rounded on Britain's Muslims, blaming them for the terrorist networks in the country.

"When will the Muslim community in this country accept an absolute, undeniable, total truth: that Islamic terrorism is their problem?" wrote John Stevens, former commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, in a Sunday newspaper.

In an inflammatory opinion column, he called on Muslims to "stop the denial, endless fudging and constant wailing that somehow it is everyone else's problem and, if Islamic terrorism exists at all, they are somehow the main victims"
. ]]

Muslims Told To Face Up To Problems, Terrorism


Sunday, August 13, 2006

Such As Regiments Hand Down

Fifty years ago, this would have been a lead story in much of the media. Today, you cannot find it in any of the "major" outlets.


Anyway... it is very motivating to read. Having been stationed where this took place in D.C., I can vividly picture the ceremony.

26 Marine Heroes Presented with Medal of Honor Flags

Kinda makes your heart feel a bit bigger, doesn't it?


VDH Speaks

The great Victor Davis Hanson has a great column on the insane restraints put upon America in its battles and wars.

[[ Prior to September 11, the general consensus was that conventional Middle East armies were paper tigers and that their terrorist alternatives were best dealt with by bombing them from a distance — as in Lebanon, Afghanistan, Iraq, east Africa, etc. — and then letting them sort out their own rubble.

Then following 9/11, the West adopted a necessary change in strategy that involved regime change and the need to win “hearts and minds” to ensure something better was established in place of the deposed dictator or theocrat. That necessitated close engagements with terrorists in their favored urban landscape. After the last four years, we have learned just how difficult that struggle can be, especially in light of the type of weapons $500 billion in Middle East windfall petroleum profits can buy, when oil went from $20 a barrel to almost $80 over the last few years. To best deal with certain difficulties we’ve encountered in these battles thus far, perhaps the United States should adopt the following set of surreal rules of war.

Oh, yeah... you know you want to read it all!

Surreal Rules


Saturday, August 12, 2006

And Now, A Word From...

...Niccolo Machiavelli:

-- War cannot be avoided; it can only be postponed to the other's advantage. --

(Olmert Accepts Cease-Fire)



I might be turning into a conspiracy nut... but this seems strange to me. Are these three stories related, or merely random occurrences?

You be the judge.

Man Missing After Giant Turtle Drags Him Into Ocean

Squirrel Attacks Several People

Deranged Alzheimer's Patient Praises Iranian Madman

See? Creepy, isn't it?


Evil Conservative Tactics... That Work!

Crazy. The Brits foiled the terrorist plots by using techniques that the aclu and others here are against. In fact, if the DFL had its way, those terrorists would have succeeded wildly.

Here's a great editorial on it:

[[ "This wasn't supposed to happen today," a U.S. official told the Washington Post of the arrests and terror alert. "It was supposed to happen several days from now. We hear the British lost track of one or two guys. They had to move." Meanwhile, British antiterrorism chief Peter Clarke said at a news conference that the plot was foiled because "a large number of people" had been under surveillance, with police monitoring "spending, travel and communications."

Let's emphasize that again: The plot was foiled because a large number of people were under surveillance concerning their spending, travel and communications. Which leads us to wonder if Scotland Yard would have succeeded if the ACLU or the New York Times had first learned the details of such surveillance programs.

Please read it all... for it is good.

Plot Exposed By Policies Many Liberals Oppose



I know this was a few days ago... but I forgot to chime in.

Am I the only one who is very, very happy that the President finally called the enemy what it is?

That shows me that (maybe) we're getting a little more serious.

President Bush Remarks


Friday, August 11, 2006


I think I have found a major clue in the terrorist plots in England and here in the U.S. This clue may save countless lives in the future. The problem is, I'm afraid that I'll be accused of "profiling" if I point out what I have discovered.

Oh, what the hell... I'll say it: Using advanced detective skills, I have noticed that all of the suspects are (ready for this?) muslim men, aged 17 to 36.

Don't believe me? Do the math yourself- here's the story.

Yes, I know that it is insensitive of me to point it out... but I just thought that maybe now the authorities will be able to... oh, never mind.


Gotta Admire Their Spunk

(Am back from hither and yon.)

This reminds me of Baghdad Bob... remember him? "Americans in the city? There are no Americans in the city..."

The sad thing is that, in their world, this will be taken as truth.

Hizbullah Declares Victory

In a way, they are right... the media and the U.N. have helped them so much, that you could say they have won a victory of sorts. Still... they have had the S*** kicked out of them on the streets.


Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Again With The "Gone" Story

Yep... I'm outta here again. Maybe someday I'll tell you all about this super fun project. At least it's a shorter week this time.

Back soon. Please don't play with anything breakable while I'm away.



Speaking Of Chilling...

I suppose you've all heard this one by now...

Eleven Egyptians Disappear In New York

Nah... not scary at all. Gotta love those "student visas."


***** --- UPDATE --- *****

Alert reader Annette sent me this one... care to guess what these guys might have been up to?

Foreign Man Being Held For Feds

Yes, you read it correctly... they let one of the men go, and did not even confiscate the questionable items. Go figure...


Iran's End Game?

Here's an intriguing article that should chill you to the marrow. The lunatics in charge of Iran are surely working on some large scale plan... and have not been shy about calling for the complete destruction of Israel (and, of course, America, too). It is entirely possible that they are working toward triggering a huge confrontation that will bring a savior-type being back to Earth to kill all of us.

[[ President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Iran and the Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr in Iraq are both devout believers in the "Imam" of Shia Islam. Also known as "Imam Mehdi" - hence the name of Sadr's militia, the Mehdi Army - he was the 12th grandson of the Prophet Muhammad. According to certain branches of Shia Islam, the return of the "hidden Imam" must be prepared by his followers, in a particular sequence of events. Chaos and rampant violence in the region are supposed to be among signs leading to the main battle in which the Imam will return to lead Shiites to victory. ]]

Read the whole thing (HERE)... and then sleep tight.


Monday, August 07, 2006

Disorderly Conduct

Mental disorder, that is.

Here's a good one from Jerry's site (Techniguy).

It's a nice reminder, using simple logic, that our friends on the left are quite detached from reality.

The Fog Of Liberalism: A Mental Disorder?

(Thanks for the tip, Dennis.)


Sunday, August 06, 2006

Words Can't Measure...

...something like this.

“…Risking his life to protect his Marines,”

Yep... there is another Marine who Murtha says can't win this war.

Semper Fi, Captain Schauble, Sir!!


Saturday, August 05, 2006

Hypocrites 'R' Them

Gotta love the filthy rich liberals who attack the "wealthy." It is hard to parody these people.

Lieberman Rival Attacks Wal-Mart, But Owns Stock

It will be funny to see the reaction... "I didn't realize..." or "Our accountant has been fired..." or maybe "We forgot to sell that stock..."

Anyway, it doesn't matter. The media and the liberals will not care about this transgression because the man is righteous- he is against the war, damnit!

More disgusting hypocrisy...


Friday, August 04, 2006


...this is mighty suspicious.

Earth Was Hotter In 1930

Do they mean to say that the Earth goes through cycles... heats up, cools a bit, heats up, etc.? That is absurd! As we all know, al gore said...

Wait!! I know! To throw off the clever gore-bots, Halliburton and George W. traveled back in a time machine and turned up the big global-warm-a-tron...


***** --- UPDATE --- *****

Those fiends with their time machine are at it again!!

The highest temperature recorded anywhere on Earth was in Aziziyah, Libya, in September of 1922 – 136 degrees Fahrenheit.

The highest temperature recorded in the United States was in Death Valley, Calif., in July of 1913 – 134 degrees Fahrenheit.


A Child Who Lived

The doctors said that the baby was "too far developed for an abortion to be performed..."

Imagine doctors in this country making such a choice... they would be vilified, tarred, and feathered.

Child Saved From Death By Doctors' Refusal To Abort

See? It really is not that hard to make the right choice... all you need is a small amount of moral clarity.


Thursday, August 03, 2006


Am back. I hope you all were good while I was away...

Here's a nice one- I'm sure you've seen it, but I had to post it anyway.

Marine Sues Murtha

It. Is. About. Time.

As we used to say, "Ooh - F'ing - Rah!" (Sorry for the colorful metaphor.)


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