Archive for March 22nd, 2006

Folks, this article in the Guardian is composed of nauseating condescension so pure and rich and finely formed that it should be bottled and sold at a handsome profit to college professors and media commentators everywhere. Just to give you an idea, the subheadline reads: “In the US, not everyone is an overweight gun fanatic […]

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An IP I’ve seen several times visiting this site identifies its origin as www . I mentioned this to a friend of mine and he suggested that perhaps they let the inmates have routine internet access. “Maybe he’s a mass-murderer, and he’s going to come looking for you after he gets out.” Well, I find […]

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An often excreble source of pro-Palestinian propaganda, Reuters once again shows its stripes: “Israeli Tanks Enter Jenin to Retaliate for Bombing”. The raid into Jenin came just hours after U.S. envoy William Burns met with Palestinian and Israeli officials in what seemed to be an almost futile attempt to halt violence which has raged since […]

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A picture from Moscow . I readily admit I don’t know much about the Chechen situation, or the other separatist movements in the former USSR, but I have always been sympathetic to their cause of independence, and I still am . I think it was Jay Nordlinger who told a story of a group of […]

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Heh . They must have a generous compliment of forklifts over at E! (BTW: I aboslutely detest any organization/entity that uses an exclamation mark in its title) . But seriously, folks . I have never seen the show, and from what I’ve heard about it from those who have, that’s the one reason I’ve still […]

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One of the most irritating and yet, at the same time sad, things to see is a media outlet or personality reporting what they know isn’t true, in the hopes that their claims will be taken seriously and influence the public or policy makers so that what they predict actually does come to pass. Stock […]

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Someone at Cal Poly Pomona has way too much time on their hands. I humbly bow to his ultimate nerdness, with the creation of this comprehensive map of Springfield, USA. Now really, VodkaPundit, could the KITH ever inspire this kind of fan lunacy? I think not.

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Rachel Lucas stirred up a real hornets nest of commentary with post, in which she describes a German emigre professor of hers claiming that the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were morally equivalent to the Holocaust . If you read the comments section of the post, you’ll see there is tons of great info about […]

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