The changes to the template, to which I alluded earlier, will be forthcoming. However, Blogger is being a real bitch about publishing anything as of late. It’s taken 6 tries just to publish this simple post.
I’m in the process of reworking the template for this blog, so things may act a little funky for the next day or so.
In support of GayPatriot and LimeShurbet, I have added a new image on my sidebar. It will remain for the forseeable future.
Blogosphere Jihad Continues: Another Blog Silenced
March 29, 2005
Gay activist Michael Rogers, of Blogactive.com, continues to target critics in an ongoing saga of an online jihad within the blogosphere.
This time the target was LimeShurbet.com, a blog whose site was taken down overnight by the site’s commercial service provider. According to sources, LimeShurbert had taken GayPatriot’s “WANTED: [...]
I guess the left is bound and determined to make sure that absolutely no one listens to whatever message it is they are trying to convey.
Vandals deface Medal of Honor site
Two glass panels broken, graffiti spray-painted on structure along the Downtown canal that honors America’s war heroes.
By Rob Schneider
March 29, 2005
Vandals damaged two glass panels [...]
I don’t normally wish bad things upon people, but in this case, I’m willing to make an exception. Granted, I won’t cheer if he dies, but what I plan to leave on his grave won’t exactly pass for flowers.
Mr. Falwell, when you finally leave this world to take the place you’ve earned for yourself [...]
As part of an increasing trend, gay conservatives are being intimidated into silence by their left-wing counterparts.
Normally, I like to blog about current events. Lately, however, every news outlet imaginable - even the overseas outlets - are flooded with “Terri Shiavo this” and “Terri Shiavo that.” I have refrained from posting my opinion of the Schiavo scenario, and will continue to refrain from doing so, but is it too [...]
As a follow up for this post from March 3rd, Michelle Malkin has an update on the FEC trying to use McCain/Feingold to regulate political bloggers. When Bradley Smith blew the whistle on this flagrant assault on the First Amendment, he was dismissed as being barking mad. Well, it turns out that Smith [...]
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