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I’m going to have to start ordering from Little Caesar’s Pizza. They rock. Hat tip: Reader Lee H.
A lovely story. (Hat tip: Rob K.)
I couldn’t let this snark-itorial from the New York Times pass without note today. The paper attacks the 9/11 families who oppose turning Ground Zero into the Blame America monument, an issue covered closely on this blog since Debra Burlingame first spoke out about the plans in her whistleblowing Wall Street Journal op-ed last month. […]
Blogger Leon H. takes a hard look at Air America’s latest explanation for the public funding mess involving NYC non-profits. Writes Leon: There are a couple of other rather large glaring holes in this statement. If Gloria Wise went under, was that due to the fact that they were short about half a million in […]
Lorie Byrd and Jeff Goldstein report. You decide. Update: The Political Teen has the video. *** Related: Brian Williams said what? On the blog barbecue: Brian Williams
Conservative radio talk show host and NRO contributor Michael Graham has been suspended from WMAL-AM without pay in Washington, D.C., for bluntly challenging Islam last week on air and this week in a column. Excerpt from his JWR piece: I take no pleasure in saying it. It pains me to think it. I could very […]
British bloggers hold the London MSM accountable: Scott Burgess brings you the latest news. *** Previous: Sassygate: Dilpazier Aslam fired Apologist for terror: We’re sassy
New developments in the continued hunt for the 7/7 terrorist bomb plotters. ITV reporting: Armed police are attending an incident – connected to the attempted London bombings – in the Notting Hill area of the capital after a series of small explosions were heard. Unconfirmed reports suggest the police are shouting instructions to someone inside […]
Late last night, I received an e-mail from Air America’s webmaster and former Howard Dean staffer, Adam Mordecai. He wrote “Some answers to your questions” and included a link to/text of a new statement from the beleaguered liberal radio network about the New York City corruption probe of alleged diverted funds from inner-city non-profit clubs […]
Death row inmate Scott Peterson, convicted of murdering his wife and unborn son, has sent a message to his groupies at the Canadian Coalition Against the Death Penalty. You’ll love this part of the website: COMING SOON: Family photos; holidays Sick. Here’s the address the convicted killer’s fans are sharing with members: Scott Peterson V72100 […]
Cheri Pierson Yecke writes about pathetic leftist attacks on conservatives’ physical appearance.
Zombie captures nudist moonbats in action at an anti-war protest in Berzerkeley. Warning: Not safe for work. Reader feedback from Lynne S.: After washing out my eyes and being debriefed by professionals, I have figured out their unique idea for the war against terrorism! We use the Berkeley gang to scare the Radical Islamics into […]
Cassandra at Villainous Company has a moving photo tribute to our troops.. Be sure to help out Cassandra’s favorite charity, the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund if you can:
In response to questions from radio reporter Perry Michael Simon about New York City’s corruption probe involving the alleged diversion of public funds from two non-profit clubs that benefit poor kids and seniors to Air America, the liberal radio network put out a statement yesterday. Bottom line: Don’t blame us. Here’s the text via Brian […]
The battle continues.
Some common-sense advice for London subway riders.
Charleston (WV.) Daily Mail columnist/blogger Don Surber reports on a GOP ad campaign against Sen. Robert Byrd. *** Previous: The vulnerable Bobby Byrd The life and times of Robert “Sheets” Byrd Bobby Byrd’s klan of “upstanding people”
Reckless judicial arrogance was on display in Seattle earlier today during the sentencing hearing for al Qaeda operative Ahmed Ressam, the would-be Millennium bomber. Hugh Hewitt is all over the actions and statement of Judge John Coughenour, a Reagan appointee who is an embarrassment to conservatives and an impediment to winning the War on Terror. […]
President Bush will address the National Boy Scout Jamboree in Bowling Green, Va., tonight as participants mourn the loss of the four adult leaders who died in a horrifying electrocution mishap on Monday. The Anchorage Daily News memorializes the fallen Scout leaders, who all hailed from Alaska. AP profiles here. Here’s the riveting account of […]
Credit: UK Times Online/ABC News I missed this on ABC News last night, but The UK Times online followed up and Andrew Stuttaford at The Corner linked: Shocking new images have emerged of unexploded bombs, some packed around with nails, which were found in a car left behind by the July 7 London bombers. In […]
San Diego citizens voted overwhelmingly yesterday to protect the cross at Mount Soledad, which has been under fire by secularists. But the fight’s not over yet: A ballot measure to preserve the Mount Soledad cross on public land in La Jolla easily surpassed the two-thirds support it needed for approval Tuesday night. But the voters’ […]
That’s the subject of my new column. Here’s where I first saw the Battle Staff Directive describing the incident at Tinker Air Force base on July 14 involving three men of Middle Eastern descent reportedly aiming a rocket launcher at low-flying aircraft. I confirmed the directive with Hill Air Force Base, which put out a […]
*scroll down for updates* Air America is being investigated in New York for diverting federal/local funds–possibly “hundreds of thousands of dollars”–meant for inner-city kids and senior into the station’s coffers. Um, why isn’t the New York Times, which has spilled tons of adulatory ink on the liberal radio network, covering this scandal on its front […]
Quick hits: – Forbes.com has a cool Best of the Web directory up, including a blog section. Take a look. – Belated congrats to Captain Ed on hitting the 10 million mark! – Sondra K has some exclusive pictures of Abu Ghraib. – Did you visit the ladies of The Cotillion yet today? What are […]