Archive » 2005 » June
Gratitude and good reads: – Thank you, Mark Steyn! – Thank you, John Hawkins! – Thank you, Instapunk! – A pro-American in Paris – Andy McCarthy double: Making Karl Rove a prophet and It’s all about 9/11 -Austin Bay: Why the long war must be won – FEC vs. bloggers round-up at Wizbang and all […]
What Jeff G. said. See also Ed Morrissey and Pejman Yousefzadeh, who uses a phrase I like to describe the NYTimes–“Talk Nanny.” Snort-worthy!
My new column is up, taking off from this blog post yesterday on the insipid “Operation Respect: Don’t Laugh at Me” curriculum being introduced into the NYC public schools. Intro: White House senior adviser Karl Rove caused a firestorm last week after observing that liberals favor “therapy and understanding” to fight terrorism in a post-Sept. […]
One of the most famous cats of the blogosphere, Laurence Simon’s Edloe, has passed away. Send your condolences. *** Flashback: All roads lead to Edloe Edloe and Alf Edloe and IDOI
Tim at Broken Masterpieces has been posting dispatches from his best friend, Duke, a medic who has been serving in Iraq, since April 28. The full archive is here. (Start from the bottom and keep scrolling up.) The latest installment of “Thoughts from the Cradle” is a good follow-up to the President’s speech last night.
The Bush Administration is being accused of withholding information about an illegal immigration survey. Chris Kelly has the details at The Immigration Blog.
This story is jaw-droppingly appalling, but some good seems to have come out of it. I had not heard of Officer Schechterle before, but thanks to the idiots at the Weekly World News, I’ll never forget his courage and inspiring will to live. Read more at the Officer Jason site and at In the Line […]
By distributing hateful flyers like this. Hat tip: Rocco DiPippo *** Related: Smash counters the counter-recruiters. Must-read. *** And here’s how some righty bloggers are supporting the troops: La Shawn Barber calls attention to the Helping Our Heroes Foundation. Molten Thought is holding a “Rear Echelon” blogathon to raise money for the Armed Forces Reserve […]
9/11 families who oppose the Blame America monument planned at Ground Zero will be in Washington, D.C., today for a noon press conference and walking tour of national memorials. Check out all the latest at Take Back the Memorial.
The missing girl case in Aruba continues to hold the attention of millions of TV viewers–and quite a few Internet users as well. Fox News Channel’s viewership is exploding, and Greta Van Susteren’s show, On the Record, which is leading the way on the story, has numbers through the roof. In the blogosphere, Dan Riehl […]