Monday, September 5, 2005

All-Day Picnic: 9/5/2005

We've taken a long weekend. We're planning on live-blogging this afternoon's final Catfish game of the season. But, until then, 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. Chief Justice Roberts? Politics and the Chief Justices Role

    If you were as ignorant as I was, you knew that there was cause for concern that, in the wake of Chief Justice Rehnquists death, Associate Justice John Paul Stevens has been elevated temporarily as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. You knew ...

  2. breaking news

    There is no coffee in the house! Bush is to blame. I usually get my morning coffee from the cafeteria at work, but today is a holiday, afterall. Excuse me while I make a run to Bigbucks for my morning...


    WaPo is announcing that President Bush has nominated John Roberts to replace William Renquist as Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court.
    "The Senate is well along in the process of finding Judge Roberts qualified," Bush said in a statement from the W...

  4. GWB: Bigger than Zeus, just not as popular

  5. Live Blogging from New Orleans

    Live from New Orleans! - Poydras Street as viewed from Michael Barnetts webcam.
    Six blocks from the Mississippi River, on the 10th and 11th floors of a skyscraper a New Orleans blogger, Michael Barnett, has been holded up reporting on Kristina...

  6. This Is How It Should Be

    Former Presidents Bush and Clinton announced today the creation of a hurricane relief fund.

  7. Supreme Court Shocker

    John Roberts actually was Chief Justice Rehnquists own choice and recommendation to the President. After graduation from Harvard Law School, John Roberts had clerked for Justice Rehnquist, in 1980 and 1981. Mr. Roberts own public comment...

  8. More on the Akaka bill

    Our elected representatives are readying themselves to pass a law discriminating against half the population of one state while helping it possibly suceed from the union. If this wasn't Congress, plotters like this used to be tried for treason.


    My very first ever cartoon, along the lines of
    we're from the government, we're here to help.

  10. Authors Reveal ACLU's 'Anti-American' Intentions

    A book review by Gary Schneider at AgapePress gives us an inside look at an exciting, albeit disturbing, new book that exposes the extremist agenda of the American Civil Liberties Union, its tactics, and ultimately the ongoing threat this organizatio...


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