Archive for July, 2006

Getting away with murder

by @ Wednesday, July 26th, 2006. Filed under News

Andrea Yates verdict: Not Guilty.
I’m so pissed at this travesty of justice, I can’t even express my opinion without going off into some profanity-laden tirade.

Judicial Overreach

by @ Wednesday, July 26th, 2006. Filed under Constitutional Rights, News

A 16-year old Virginian boy has been the target of the Mommy State.  The young man, who has Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, doesn’t wish to undergo chemotherapy to treat his disease, but some overzealous CPS thugs and an anti-liberty judge have decided to force the young man to receive a treatment he does not wish.
Normally, I think [...]

Fair Winds and Following Seas

by @ Wednesday, July 26th, 2006. Filed under Military, News, Obituary

Last night, Master Chief Boatswain’s Mate Carl M. Brashear, USN (Ret.), a man who epitomized the virtues of Naval service and was an example for any who struggled to overcome any and all, obstacles passed away after a long illness.

Brashear, Navy diver depicted in ‘Men of Honor,’ dies at 75
By MICHAEL FELBERBAUM
Associated Press Writer
RICHMOND, Va. [...]

Nope. No media bias here.

by @ Tuesday, July 25th, 2006. Filed under MSM/DNC

The last week or so has seen an increase in the conflict in the middle east. Since the beginning of this conflict, Hezbollah has launched, literally, thousands of missles into Israel, yet there’s never any report of civilian casualties. This morning, as I was making the rounds through the news outlets, I saw [...]

“Peace” rally gets violent - as usual

by @ Monday, July 24th, 2006. Filed under Blogs, Moonbats

Hat tip: Malkin.
Blogger takes a video camera to catch the far left in its natural state

W. F. Buckley, Master of the Obvious

by @ Monday, July 24th, 2006. Filed under Politics

Hat tip: Right Side of the Rainbow.
William F. Buckley: “If you had a European prime minister who experienced what we’ve experienced it would be expected that he would retire or resign.”

Someone finally gets it

by @ Friday, July 21st, 2006. Filed under News

In a recent op/ed, columnist Youssef Ibrahim highlights the points that Hamas, Hezbollah, et al, appear to completely miss.
As Israel enters the third week of an incursion into the same Gaza Strip it voluntarily evacuated a few months ago, a sense of reality among Arabs is spreading through commentary by Arab pundits, letters to the [...]

Senate votes for border fence, votes against funding

by @ Wednesday, July 19th, 2006. Filed under Immigration

Four months ago, in a move that surprised everyone, the Senate voted to build a fence along the U.S./Mexico border in an apparent effort to stem the tide of illegal immigration into the U.S.
Last week, in a move that surprised absolutely no one, that same Senate voted 71-29 to deny funding for the construction of [...]

FMA shot down in the House

by @ Wednesday, July 19th, 2006. Filed under Constitutional Rights, History, Pissed Off Rants, Politics

The Federal Theocratic We-Control-Your-Life Amendment was shot down in the House, falling short of the 2/3 majority needed to pass in the House. The bill was also shot down in the Senate last week.
My opinion about government intervention in personal relationships has been well documented on this blog. I go on the record [...]

Bush’s First Veto

by @ Wednesday, July 19th, 2006. Filed under Politics

I was making the rounds through the morning news and came across something that I found really shocking:  After having been in office for five and a half years, President Bush used his veto power for the first time ever.  I have to say “good for him”.
Regardless of my opinion of whatever perceived benefits may [...]

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