Thursday, August 4, 2005

Lunch: 8/4/2005

Try one of these specials with your lunch:


  1. Privacy for Terrorists, Not 4-Year-Olds

    Apparently it is OK for just any old person to routinely look up the adoption records of a rambunctious 4-year-old but it is not OK for the FBI to look at the public library records of a suspected terrorist.

  2. Surfing The Blogs

    Jay, over at is on a roll today with the weekly blogburst. Today's topic is the ACLU and their position on the Second Amendment. Personally, I think the ACLU's position on gun rights should be six feet under. We've got...

  3. Coulter on Roberts

    I haven’t posted on John Roberts, really, because between getting this blog up and running, and trying to find at least a little time for my “real job” and my family, I just haven’t had the time to formulate an opinion. Certai...

  4. CAFTA Forces Closure of C+C Music Factory

    Critics of CAFTA have long insisted that the free-trade agreement would cost American factory jobs, as cheap Central American substitutes flooded the US marketplace. The lesson hit home today, as music producer Robert Clivill?s announced the planned ...

  5. ACLU Files Suit Over Random Subway Searches

    The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU), the New York chapter of the ACLU, has announced that they intend on filing a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan today. The suit claims that the random bag searches before boarding the subway sy...

  6. Harvey, a Wimp?

    It seems that a power struggle at IMAO was halted after Harvey decided to attack lesser-known bloggers of the small island nation Bermuda rather than the homeland of FrankJ, Florida.


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