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Legacy.com has set up a moving tribute page to honor service members who lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan. The company set up the site free of charge and launched it in March. The Guest Book sections are must read. Well over 19,000 Guest Book entries from readers have been posted since the site […]
Frank J. and the crew at IMAO have put together their first podcast (with handy MP3 link for the iPod-less among us). Topics: unnamed sources, Springfield Mil-Spec 1911 review, fun facts about the 50 states, etc. Check ’em out.
AP neglects to mention the party affiliation of Tennessee state senator John Ford, who resigned after being placed under house arrest in an FBI corruption sting. Hint: he ain’t a Republican. (This earlier AP story I linked to posted at the NY Times has now rectified the omission.) Update: Ranting Right Wing Howler does a […]
Enjoy… – Yet another liberal talk radio show… this time it’s Al Sharpton. Brian Maloney provides background and explains why it will fail. – More dismal ratings for Air America in Boston and San Francisco (scroll to end of post). – PoliPundit wonders if John Kerry really signed his SF-180 form. Tempus Fugit says the […]
Blackfive: Opening the gates of heaven Mudville Gazette: Sacred words “I want to fight for something” Photo of the day: Maj. Mark Bieger Set a remembrance table
ComScore Media Metrix estimates that Daily Kos had 212,000 unique visitors in April, compared to almost 30 million unique visitors to the New York Times web site. If so, that means nytimes.com had 140 times as many readers as Kos, the most heavily-trafficked political blog. It also suggests that the number of visits at a […]
You probably will never see it in any MSM letters section, but you can read it over at Power Line.
No confirmation on the fate of former Clinton fundraiser David Rosen yet, but apparently CNN reporting and Drudge has the bright-red font announcing acquittal. 153pm FOX News now also reporting acquittal. First reports… Los Angeles Times Background at Peter Paul’s site, HillCAP. More coverage of the Rosen trial… Prosecutors: Rosen Failed to Report Gifts Rosen […]
From Widefield, Colorado, the latest addition to the anti-Bush assassination chic file (hat tip: reader Angela C.): High school yearbooks were recalled so that administrators could black out a joke caption under one student’s picture: “most likely to assassinate President Bush.” Mesa Ridge High School officials recalled about 100 yearbooks earlier this month and had […]
Another Republican joins the “maverick” club: Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), the man who defeated Tom Daschle, has announced he will not vote for Bush U.N. ambassador nominee John Bolton. Thune says his opposition is payback for the Pentagon’s recommendation to close Ellsworth Air Force Base. Thune now claims that Bolton “is not the best man […]