Monthly Archives: February 2006

Bill Action Alert: Help!

Usually, I do not side with Liberals on anything. However, on the forum I frequent, Joey from Georgia mentioned an Amendment to the National Uniformity For Food Act of 2005, which concerns me. Let’s go to a health nut website, Newstarget: The House of Representatives will vote this week on a controversial “national food uniformity” […]

Supreme Court Backs Abortion Protesters Free Speech

Give it up to the USSC for taking a stand that goes exactly 100% with the 1st Amendment: The Supreme Court dealt a setback Tuesday to abortion clinics in a two-decade-old legal fight over anti-abortion protests, ruling that federal extortion and racketeering laws cannot be used to ban demonstrations. The 8-0 decision ends a case […]

Blogs With New Looks Or Homes

Couple interesting changes out there. Stacy at Not A Desperate Housewife has changed it up alot. Check it out. Hooah Wife is now Hooah Wife and Friends. New address and new look, using WordPress. Bright and Early has a new address. Same great look, though! Did I miss anyone? I know that there have been […]

They Just Cannot Move On

Progressive: adj,  moving forward or onward : ADVANCING (Merriam Webster Dictionary). Yet, the Moonbat wing of the Democratic Party doesn’t seem to be able to move on. They refuse to acknowledge any comments made about Iraq having WMD, refuse to move on from the 2000 election, and are still moonbatting around with the 2004 election. […]

Global Warming Update

First up, Global Warming Is a Misleading Phrase. A climate scientist from San Diego says he wishes that the phrase “global warming” had never been introduced.It’s a misnomer, said Richard Somerville of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, because the effect is broader and more complex than mere elevation of temperatures. It’s misleading because they just […]

Interview Advice

For some of you younger folks out there who are going on a job interview, here are some tips Dress appropriately. When in doubt, over-dress. Your local library will have numerous books on what is appropriate. Show up on time. Show up a bit early. If, for any reason, you are going to be a […]

Coast Guard Report on Intell Gaps

Now, this is the kind of information that can make me change my mind on the Dubai Ports deal: Citing broad gaps in U.S. intelligence, the Coast Guard cautioned the Bush administration that it was unable to determine whether a United Arab Emirates-owned company might support terrorist operations, a Senate panel said Monday. The surprise […]

Hey, Look, Treason

Looks like the moonbats have finally realized that their ideas are so out of touch that they will continue to lose elections that they might as well go whole hog and try insurrection and treason. Because, you know, they are the party of tolerance: “Storm the White House Multi-Day Event, Beginning March 15, come when […]

Ports Deal: Things Change

Via the AFP Saudi security forces killed in intense clashes five men who were hiding in a Riyadh house with a cache of explosives and were linked to a bid to blow up the world’s largest oil-processing plant. The attack on the Abqaiq processing plant in the oil-rich Eastern Province was foiled by security forces […]

An Ill Wind Blowing

The Editorial Page of the Boston Globe (reg req’d) is in delusional mode today over the potential cancellation of the Cape Wind Project.  FOR A textbook case of why the public holds Congress is such low esteem, look no further than the way an Alaska congressman is short-circuiting the legislative process to sabotage the Cape Wind […]

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