Daily Archives: March 11, 2008

DU Thread Of The Day: Spitzer Should Force Impeachment

More from the reality based community Spitzer MUST stay in office to call Repubs’ bluff. Get impeachment talk in the open We need a drawn-out attempted Republican impeachment of a Democratic office-holder for sex. This will cause people to rally around the percieved victim of warrantless wiretapping here (however much he karma deserved it) and […]

Hizballah Threatening Jews Worldwide

Just more from the RoP (trying to rebuild this post, after post with my PDA ate it) Argentine Jewish organizations remain on high alert, following threats by the Lebanese Shi’ite group Hizballah to extend its armed conflict with Israel beyond the Middle East region. Thousands of miles away, and the Argentinian Jewish community still has […]

Answering The Age Old “Mary Ann Or Ginger?” Question

Mary Ann Dawn Wells, who played Mary Ann on ”Gilligan’s Island,” is serving six months’ unsupervised probation after allegedly being caught with marijuana in her car. She was sentenced Feb. 29 to five days in jail, fined $410.50 and placed on probation after pleading guilty to one count of reckless driving. Woops!

Posting With WP 2.3 And PDA’s/Crackberry’s

Just a quick FYI: posting using PDA’s and Crackberry’s does not work correctly, at least if you are using the visual editor. The whole text of the post goes away. Thought it might be Crackberry, but, tried it with my Pantech Duo, lost the whole post except for the title. Sucks, it was a good […]

Global Warming As Religion

There is no doubt that environmentalism fulfils a political and indeed spiritual need among its adherents. The global warming narrative embraces a myth of the Fall; the loss of harmony between man and nature caused by our materialistic way of life. In reality this Eden never existed. It reminds me of one of my favourite […]

Spitzer’s Indiscretions Not Private, Per Gray Lady

The New York Times seems to be claiming that, unlike when Clinton was busted having sex (yes, it was legal) in the White House, followed by obstruction of justice and perjury charges, Spitzer’s indiscretions are not private New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer could not have been more wrong in his brief public appearance after the […]

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