Saturday, August 20, 2005

Brunch: 8/20/2005

Try one of these specials with your weekend brunch:

13 comments:

  1. The Dukes vs. The Clampetts

    The new ?Dukes of Hazzard? movie revives the old controversy: Which is the better hillbilly TV series, Dukes or ?The Beverly Hillbillies??

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  2. Jay Rosen and COL Austin Bay

    Jay Rosen at PressThink shares a conversation he initiated with COL Austin Bay (Retired). For Rosen and COL Bay to initiate a dialog of matters involving media,...

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  3. Ban the Koran from Courthouses

    at least, the thousands of courthouses throughout the great land of America will have an example to follow when the boxes of Korans arrive. The U.S. Army’s standard operating procedure is: "Handle the Koran as if it were a fragile piece of deli...

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  4. New Study Allows PointFive To Report Irresponsibly

    A recent study conducted by two leading universities has shown that political bias in reporting does not affect voting behavior. The study, examining the availability of Fox News in cities verses their voting behaviors in the 2000 election, showed a ...

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  5. JACK ARMY's Partisan Muster

    Bloggers: Trackback your best post for the past week, or to a new one. Please don't trackback or just link in the comments to someone else's blog. I want to hear what YOU have to say! Make sure there is a link to this post on your post.
    Non-Bloggers...

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  6. Iraq: The Islamic State

    Sounds like it could be. I just hope it’s not true. Reuters is reporting that U.S. diplomats have basically just said screw it and are allowing Islam to be “the” religion of Iraq. This can’t be a good idea, Islam is basicall...

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  7. Bay on Democracy

    COL Austin Bay is making quite a name for himself. His analysis is first rate, his writing crisp, and he brings a depth of experience to matters military and political.

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  8. Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cell Breakthrough: Shift in ES Cell Research Debate?

    In a potentially monumental finding for efforts in regenertaive stem cell reasearch, scientists in Texas and Great Britain may have helped to redirect the debate over whether or not to destroy human embryos in order to obtain stem cells for medical re...

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  9. Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cell Breakthrough: Shift in ES Cell Research Debate?

    In a potentially monumental finding for efforts in regenertaive stem cell reasearch, scientists in Texas and Great Britain may have helped to redirect the debate over whether or not to destroy human embryos in order to obtain stem cells for medical re...

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  10. Florida- The rules are different here Chapter III

    Almost all studies I think are a waste of taxpayer money. Politicians who want others to tell them what to do instead of deciding it on their own. If they can't make up their minds, get another line of work.

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  11. Where Was I...

    So those pics are the scene outside of the Carlsbad Cultural Arts Center last Thursday (08/11/05). Interesting to note that this is a brand new facility and the very first event it has ever held is this one! There was one incident of attempted violen...

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  12. Weekend Round-Up

    Scott Randolph was a democrat. But now he left his party for good to become a republican. Thanks to Cindy Sheehan (via The Corner). ►If you never read Day By Day by Chris Muir, just know that it is the best conservative comic-strip in the whole...

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  13. open trackbacks

    The Cafe now features open trackbacks with each post. Pay particular attention to the daily specials Monday through Friday. If you have a post you would like to feature, just link to the Daily Specials and send a trackback. If...

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