Sunday, December 18, 2005

Brunch 12-18-2005

Try one of these specials with your weekend brunch:


  1. The President Fights Back

    The President used his weekly radio address to answer his critics on The Patriot Act and the NYT book sale NSA story. (Full Transcript)
    One of the first actions we took to protect America after our nation was attacked was to ask Congress to pass the ...

  2. What's in a name?

    Why does the Sentinel article not name the man and the Post does? Both spoke to the police, the Sentinel article says police wouldn't identify the man. Maybe because the Post reporter went to the scene while the Sentinel writer didn't?

    Or is becau...

  3. Dear Nameless Hookup, About The Other Night...

    Thanks to inSPOTLA, Los Angeles residents can now tell their flavor-of-the-night that they gave them more than a good time. The site states that ...there's an easy way to tell your sex partners you have HIV or another STD. Send

  4. Confessions of a Tightwad

    Recently a new "dollar store" opened in America's Third World County™. Man! Is it ever busy with Christmas shoppers! Just about every tightwad in America's Third World County™ can be found there completing their Christmas shopping...

  5. Congress Votes for Border Fence, Mexico Protests

    The first step to getting a grip on illegal immigration is to stem the flow of people coming in illegally

  6. The Knucklehead of the Day award

    Today's winner is London University College Professor Mary Fulbrook.

  7. Pajamas Media live blogjams Christmas Eve.

    Live, I said live right? From our blogjam studios around the world, and in outer space, including Mars, Pluto, and Yur (Our) Anus.

    Well anyway .... let's begin shall we? O.K., let's begin. Right, I said that already. We seem to be having some tech...

  8. Jousting Mavens

    Ejected from the bagnio that is the New York Times, “Howling” Howell Raines slinked away into the British press venue to lob missives with his long range pen and inflict damage on those conservatives now controlling the nation.


  9. Men of the Year

    This is my big year-end wrap up column where I discuss what I believe were the most important people and stories of 2005.

    Men of the Year: Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI

    John Paul's historic 27 year reign came to an end with his death e...


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