Saturday, September 3, 2005

All-Day Picnic: 9/3/2005

We're taking a long weekend. That means it's another Open TrackBack post. If you have an interesting post that you'd like to share, please leave a TrackBack to that post, and please link to this post so that others can enjoy the fun.

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  1. ACLU objects to village's logo

    The New Mexico chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is objecting to the new logo for the Village of Tijeras. Some village residents are objecting to the ACLU.

    At issue is the village seal, an image containing depictions of a conquistador'...

  2. Weekend Trackback Party

    It's Saturday! Let's celebrate with a little party. I'll start out with a few good blogs, that if you don't have on your blogroll, you should add.

    Rightwing News also has a good list of blogs. If you don't have this blog on your blogroll, w...

  3. *I Need Homework Help* on Recovery from Katrina

    I have a case study due on Sunday for my Critical Thinking/Decision Making class. Originally, our instructor gave us a scenario. However, after Katrina, he said we could use that instead. I'm a good writer (although you can't tell it...

  4. Spending cuts not to fault for NO flooding

    The non-partisan has just released a report that disperses the myth that Bush's funding cuts for levee construction were to blame for the flooding in New Orleans. Here's their summary: "He did slash funding for levee projects. But the Arm...

  5. Oh crud! I tracked back with MY wrong post! I haven't even posted what I was tracking to yet!

    Sorry Basil!

  6. 3, 2005 at 10:00 AM

    A hero from New Orleans

    His name is Jabbar Gibson, and he's a remarkable young man. New Orleans needs -- this country needs -- more Jabbar Gibsons. Gibson, trapped in New Orleans and determined to do something to help himself and those around him, went to a nearby school...

  7. The Sharon file

    Prof. Paul Eidelberg presents Ariel Sharon's record of corruption in this short article on TheRaphi.Com. I would recommend reading it too, since it shows that he certainly didn't build much of even his own Sycamore ranch legally, nor his own politica...

  8. Bush Reads Shakespeare

    In order to gain more culture, President George W. Bush has started taking courses in Shakespeare. I have graciously accepted an invitation to assist him in deciphering some of William Shakespeare's works.

    Me: This week we will be reading 'A Midsu...

  9. Albertsons up for sale?

    With Winn Dixie Stores once giant in the industry in bankruptcy and now Albertsons up for sale, one can't help see the affect Walmart has had. I don't see the discount giant as the bogeyman much of the MSM see it as. Still one has to wonder if these in...

  10. Hi Basil!I hadn't posted in while,because you started that typekey account thing.But I still read your blog regularly.Keep up the good work.


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