Thursday, November 10, 2005

Breakfast: 11/10/2005

Try one of these specials with your breakfast:


  1. What Would You Give for Your Very Own Day by Day?

    *Updated 6:00 AM 11/10/05* This post will, obviously, remain at the top until the auction closes. Scroll down for new...

  2. A Shift in Munitions

    An astonishing look at the new direction of munitions, in today?s warfare.

  3. Stop The Broadcast Nanny

    Today's Washington Post brings news that the FCC's enforcement of so-called indecency on television and radio is pretty much broken

  4. Mary Mapes Practices Good Journalism

    Well, that's what Mary Mapes says, anyway.
    From Brit Hume's Political Grapevine:
    The former CBS News producer behind that discredited "60 Minutes" story on President Bush's National Guard service says she still believes the disputed memos are ...

  5. GOP Drops ANWR From Budget Bill

    This move by the GOP had better not be permanent:

    House GOP leaders agreed last night to strip plans to permit oil drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and in the offshore continental shelf from a $54 billion budget-cutting measure,...

  6. In the News...

    It's only by coincidence that I've just posted this little squirrel image, only to find it had made International News today.

  7. Pre Veterans' Day Blogfest

    Happy Birthday Marine Corps: 230 years old today! Trackback any news that you want known that might have been ignored by the MSM. Just make sure that you trackback to this post. Linked to:Adam's Blog,Big Dog's, The Political Teen, Don Suber, Conserv...

  8. Elections for Liberia

    Elections in other parts of the globe...MONROVIA, Liberia: Weeding out 20 other candidates (including warlords, and rebel leaders) leaves a soccer star, and a female graduate from Harvard...

  9. ADT Championship is on

    The year-ending LPGA event will go next week in spite of Hurricane Wilma passing through South Florida less than a month ago. Since I was planning to attend the event, I had been curious about this since the storm. Yesterday's Palm Beach Post confirme...

  10. Thursday Trackback Party

    I promised an open post on Thursaday and here it is!


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  12. Shimon Peres continues his losing streak

    The Israel Labor Party, which is becoming quite a has-been today, held their internal party primaries yesterday, and Shimon Peres, long unwilling to admit defeat, lost again to the former head of the the country's union division, Amir Peretz.

  13. Get A Clue!

    Was the Newark High School completely clueless, when they authorized an assembly meeting with Athletes United in Christ? I don't think so, but, apparently some parents object to these athletes bringing the message of encouragement to the students to t...

  14. Just Try to Prove the Earth is Round

    This morning I wanted to wrtie something about the possibility of the French learning anything from the riots during the past two weeks, but Kender of Kender's Musings has already stated the case pretty well in this post at the...

  15. Why Michael Jackson Does Not Live In West Virginia

    A man accused of dangling a 3-month-old boy over a second-story balcony and threatening to drop the infant has been convicted of child neglect and other charges.

  16. Roll the dice

    Today's dose of NIF - News, Interesting & Funny ... It's Stop the ACLU Thursday (+ Open Trackbacks)


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