Daily Archives: November 30, 2004

Can The UN Be Even More Worthless?

Well, yes. The BBC has a cornucopia of info today. First on the agenda, A top Iranian official has claimed a "great victory" over the US after the UN said it would not punish Iran’s nuclear activities with sanctions. Hassan Rohani said Iran would never give up its right to nuclear power. The UN atomic […]

New Book. Woo Hoo

Been rather light blogging today, picked up the new Nelson Demille book, Night Fall, earlier, and have been engrossed in it. I had been working my way through the Honor Harrington series by David Weber, but the 5th book in the series, Flag in Exile, was not available at the local library. Went to Barnes […]

Carteret County Resolution

The NC State Board of Elections has made a decision regarding the Nov. 2nd election problems in Carteret County, where a voting machine did not record thousands of votes. Memory set incorectly. They have "voted 4-1 to allow allow participation in the special  election by early voters whose ballots were lost, along with those  who […]

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GOP Headquarters Vandalization Update

Yes, I know vandalization is still not a word. Anyhoo (not a word), the three charged with vandalizing the Raleigh GOP headquarters appeared in court Monday the 29th (starting their week on a bad note, eh?) , and have made the wise decision to not waive the Right to council. The three people accused of […]

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