Daily Archives: January 18, 2005

Newdow Blown Off Again

Via Cao’s Blog (cause I was just too damm lazy to look at the news today), word of Michael Newdow’s suit to have "Under God" removed from the Presidential Oath pitched out, rightly, on it’s ear. Seriously, why does the majority have to cave to the minority, or, the nine, especially when the country was […]

US Iraqi’s to vote

Quick blurb from this article caught my attention (via LtShaffer from the forum I post on): Abdul Al-Haddad, 67, drove six hours from Raleigh, N.C., with his family to register at the polling station in New Carrollton, Md. He said he spent 13 years in prison in Iraq after he was falsely accused of being […]

U.S. troops staged raids Sunday in the insurgent stronghold of Mosul, where mass resignations by frightened poll workers and police threaten the viability of elections scheduled in two weeks. Mass? How many is mass? Does the USA Today have numbers to cover their insinuation and inflammatory rhetoric? "There was intimidation in Afghanistan — the Taliban […]

Well, this is fun

A month-old argument sparked a fight Monday night inside the Triangle Town Center shopping mall that left two teenage brothers suffering from stab wounds, police said. The unidentified victims, ages 18 and 16, were taken to WakeMed Raleigh Campus for non-life-threatening injuries. One was stabbed in the buttocks and the other on the back near […]

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