Friday, October 20, 2006

Blogrolling 2006-10-20

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  1. [...] What is there to be scared about? Kim Jong Il is very sorry, and he will do what we want, after we accede to all of his demands first. The Democrats have been very public about wanting to do just that. We don’t need China’s prestige on the line to such an extent that it cuts of financial transfers to Pyongyang. We need direct talks, and cut out the bit players, like South Korea (that worked so well in South Vietnam, after all, why give the people whose future is being decided a say?), Japan (why involve the nuclear capable second largest country on earth, China (sure, their economy is only as large as our government spending, and it’s not like they matter militarily in northeast Asia or have real nuclear striking power). What a great idea. Casting aspersion upon such a wise policy is clearly fear-mongering. It’s not like multi-lateralism up there was working. (Hat tip Basil.) [...]

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  2. The Knucklehead of the Day award...

    Today's winner is Gaylene Heppe....

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  3. Soros: Many-Headed Monster (updated)...

    Why this election matters! (first in a series)...

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  4. Diverting the Media......

    Coping with 'Free Speech' amidst 'Media Manipulation' can become "tricky" for the man with the busiest schedule......

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  5. How Many Dogs fit in a car trunk?...

    I recently read a sad article that each year in the United States, 22 million dogs are abandoned. The average length of time most people keep a dog is only two years — but the average lifespan of a dog is 15 years....

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  6. Searching for a Missing Camera...

    Here you can see me pawing through a pile of of papers and books trying to find the digital camera. Well, actually, you can't see me because we can't find the digital camera. Bruce thinks that it's out with one......

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  7. Early Weekend (Open) Must-Read List...

    Jonah Goldberg, Hugh Hewitt, Charles Murray, Dick Morris, David Horowitz, Brent Bozell III, Thomas Sowell, John McIntyre, Michael Barone, Victor Davis Hanson, Austin Bay, Daniel Henninger, Thomas Bray, Rocco DiPippo, Jonathan Martin, David Twersky, .....

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  8. How Jews Came to be the Chosen People...

    There came a time after the Creation of Man that God wanted to choose a people to be a light unto all peoples and to be unto Him a kingdom of priests, and a holy nation to proclaim His Message to the world. So God went among the various nations and p.....

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  9. Pardon The Border Agents!!!!...

    I have only heard about this issue on the periphary, mostly from listening to Neal Boortz, but, apparently, two border agents have been sentenced to jail for doing their jobs! (Hat tip Ogre)
    Two U.S. Border Patrol agents were watching the Mexican bound...

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  10. Paper? Plastic? Dirty Bomb?...

    From AP-

    NEWARK, N.J. -- A 20-year-old grocery store clerk who authorities say amused himself by posting prank Internet warnings of terrorist attacks against NFL stadiums was arrested Friday on federal charges that could bring five years behind ......

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  11. New Template (Open)...

    In onore del nuovo template il weekend √® dedicato all’open trackback per segnalare i vostri post su Robinik.net.
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  12. Muslim Cabbies and Catholic Hospitals...

    Muslim cab drivers that violate the law by refusing to pick up blind fares that have guide dogs for reasons of religious conscience should not be in the taxi business. Similarly Jehovah's Witnesses should not open a hospital....

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  13. Michelangelo's "Prisoner of Lust" painting found i...

    Although Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni (March 6, 1475 – February 18, 1564), commonly known as Michelangelo was only 17 when Columbus discovered America, he made a point of knowing the most important characters of the time and incorporati....

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