Thursday, November 10, 2005

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  1. (J-)Blogosphere: Help!

    I was recently asked to write an article for my college paper, the Lander Chronicle. Sadly, there are few writers in the school, so they ask me to write something every semester. This is not because I am a good writer - it's because I can write half-...

  2. Lessons for the West in l’Intifada

    Even when the current violence subsides — even when the French government attempts to placate its radical Muslim population by offering more welfare benefits and programs — it will not be the end of the story. A new benchmark of the possible will ...

  3. The Continuing GOP Collapse

    On Wednesday it was drilling in ANWAR, yesterday the GOP leadership caved in on their entire plan to cut the federal budge

  4. Abortion-Cerebral Palsy Link

    Along with the increased risk of breast cancer, the added risk of delivering a baby with cerebral palsy may doom the abortion industry once and for all.


  5. Veterans Never Forgotten

    Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn?t pass it on to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our chil...

  6. Barbara Boxer -- on to something

    Barbara Boxer was in her element when she pulled out her charts showing the salaries of oil company executives. Gentlemen, this compares to an average American who makes $23,276 per year. Each of your bonuses was more than 155 times...

  7. The Knucklehead of the Day award

    Goes to Palm Beach Post political cartoonist Don Wright.

  8. A Multicultural Fisking

    Eugene Robinson looks at the riots and France and concludes, inexplicably, that mulitculturalism is a good thing.

  9. Will Paris (and Washington) Go to School on l’Intifada?

    The riots seem to be subsiding in France. Perhaps now there will be time for the French to look back at their social, economic, and immigration policies and make adjustments… or is it too late?
    France of course had it's field day of America b...

  10. Seriously Delusional

    I usually find myself in agreement with Charles Krauthammer, but his latest column, titled Pump Some Seriousness Into Energy Policy, contains economic lunacy usually reserved for the Op-Ed Page of the New York Times.

  11. Rove On The Offensive

    Karl Rove strikes back at some Democrats...

  12. Give Peace a Chance and Declare War on Israel

    People always ask Bruce how I can be so smart and still support the war in Iraq, so I thoought I'd better explain it. Now, a lot of people get stuck on the whole Bush-lied-soldiers-died thing, but that means nothing...

  13. Angry Democrats Deny That Bush Speech Called For End To Historical Revisionism

    Leading Democrats denied today that President Bush?s Veterans? Day speech, in which he criticized historical revisionism of the events leading up to the invasion of Iraq, contained any criticism of historical revisionism.

  14. Bush's Gettysburg

    From a small town in Pennsylvania, the president came to finally answer critics of an increasingly unpopular war, a war that Democrats hoped would sweep them into office in the next election.
    But enough about Lincoln at Gettysburg 142 Novembers ago; l...

  15. Random Open Weekend Trackbacks.

    Link ‘em if you got ‘em. Please mention this post and link to it. I’ll move trackbacks up into the body of the post every hour or so. Ends Midnight CST Sunday. Use Wizbang’s Standalone Trackback Pinger if your own blogware doe...

  16. Jimmy Carter: Bush not in line with American Values

    Former President Jimmy Carter signs copies of his new book, “Our Endangered Values.”
    KANSAS CITY, MO (WDAF-TV) - President Jimmy Carter says President Bush’s policies conflict with American values.
    More than a thousand people pack...

  17. Mapes Nuts Serial

    Can someone please explain why this woman is on TV? She is a pathological liar who was paid off by Viacom to leave and then given a book deal to explain her pathetic lies about a politician in hopes of undermining an election.
    Those who defend this ...

  18. More Evidence of Alito's Libertarian Streak

    Today's New York Times brings further evidence in support of the argument that Judge Samuel Alito harbors a libertarian streak:

  19. Open Tar Pit TrackBack #1

    For something a little different, I thought I'd try my hand at one of these Open TrackBack posts. Welcome to Open Tar Pit TrackBack #1! Today it's anything goes, though I'm thinking that down the road I might try to do posts that are more thematic...

  20. [...] Friday • Iowa Voice • Jo's Cafe Veterans Day | Saturday Specials • • MVRWC (who obviously doesn’t get the concept of “mailing it in”) • Every day at NIF • Oblogatory Anecdotes • Outside The Beltway Open Trackbacks Friday | OTBCaption Jam™ • Point Five: Delete All Trackbacks Edition • Random Numbers • Random Yak • Something… and Half of Something • Stop The ACLU • Stuck On Stupid | Mary, Mary Quite Contrary Weekend Linkfest • The Crazy Rants of Samantha Burns • The Political Teen Friday | Saturday • The Uncooperative Blogger • third world county • TMH's Bacon Bits • Wizbang Blog [...]

  21. Saturday Mishmash

    A grab bag of thoughts from all around… Jerry Pournelle shared some thoughts on honoring our service men and women, including this: "...There are bills pending in Congress that would increase the GI Bill for today's veterans. They have been cut...

  22. Minor Religion of Peace Update

    "The world is divided into two spheres, Dar al-Islam and Dar al-Harb. The latter, the Land of Warfare, is a country belonging to infidels which has not been subdued by Islam."-from Why I Am Not A Muslim, by Ibn Warraq

  23. Egypt frees Sadat assassin, Luxor terrorists, blogger still jailed

    The Egyptian government has released an assassin of Anwar Sadat and several Luxor terrorists for renouncing Islamic violence; while at the same time holding blogger Abdolkarim Nabil Seliman for denouncing Islamic violence....


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