Thursday, September 29, 2005

Lunch: 9/29/2005

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  1. Muslims Gone Wild

    American culture is spreading through Iraq(u) almost as fast as Democracy. Baby steps towards the morale decadence that we have here in the U.S. are being made.

  2. Today Is The Day - A Floor Vote On Our Next Chief

    It is official, John G. Roberts has been Confirmed by the Senate to become our next Chief Justice of the United States by a vote of 78 - 22.

  3. I don't know about that wizbang form, I definately only clicked once and still got double posted.

  4. The Clinton Legacy Summarized

    Rush Limbaugh just read from The Clinton Legacy, an astonishing piece published online at The Progressive Review. It nicely summarizes things. Excerpt:
    - The only president ever impeached on grounds of personal malfeasa...

  5. Serenity!

    Today's dose of NIF - News, Interesting & Funny ... + Stop the ACLU Thursday!

  6. Tom Delay

    Put me down as undecided then. Don't count on me blogging too often on the legal fight that is sure to be coming in the months and years ahead.

  7. After Roberts

    The most powerful person in the American democracy ironically was never elected. John Roberts becomes only the 17th chief justice. This is our generation's Supreme Court, headed by Roberts, flanked by Thomas an Scalia, with Kennedy and Souter in the wi...

  8. Government As Big Shepherd

    During our Rita evacuation, my husband and I came to the realization that neither of us makes good sheep. Never have, never will. There are some people that expect and want the government to take care of them. They feel helpless to do for themselve...

  9. It's Offical , Roberts takes Oath

    WASHINGTON - John Roberts was sworn in as the 17th chief justice of the United States on Thursday, taking his oath at a White House ceremony attended by President Bush and other justices of the Supreme Court.
    Bush said it was "a very meaningful even...

  10. Did you miss it? (Video of Roberts' Swearing in)

    You can watch John Roberts' swearing in ceremony as Chief Justice of the United States at the Republican National Convention Blog.

  11. Loren:
    Say, that's odd.

    I think you've hit the nail on the head.


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