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My Pet Jawa has exclusive video and stills of American Thomas Fox of Clear Brook Virginia, Canadian Harmeet Singh Sooden, who resides in Auckland, New Zealand, British citizen Norman Kember, and a man identifying himself as James Loni (last name unclear) of Canada. Keep them in your prayers. *** News coverage at Breitbart/AP.
Check it out: Anti-war zealot Cindy Sheehan will receive $11,000 in student fees to speak at the State University College at Oneonta. FOX News military analyst and Iraq war veteran Lt. Col. Scott Rutter, who will counter Sheehan in a separate presentation, will receive $600.
Canadians Vote to Throw Out Government: Canadian politicians will hit the campaign trail this holiday season after opposition parties seized upon a corruption scandal to bring down the minority government of Prime Minister Paul Martin in a vote of no confidence. Monday’s loss means an election for all 308 seats in the lower House of […]
Mike Fumento, Clinton W. Taylor, and EU Rota tackle the moonbats meme. Excellent background/round-up from Jeff Goldstein in case you missed it.
Scott Johnson at Power Line and The Daily Standard dissects Bush Derangement Syndrome sufferer Mary Mapes’ fraudulent tales.
…of thought. (Thanks, Jeff!)
Check out my chat with John Hawkins of Right Wing News about book-writing, blogging, racism, sexism, and more.
The White House is webcasting the President’s speech paying lip service to immigration enforcement now. Liveblogging… Most ridiculous line so far: Introducing his temporary “guest worker” plan by saying we need to “bring workers out of the shadows and reject amnesty.” More tough talk: Those who enter our country illegally violate the law. To keep […]
From the unhinged cartoonist/columnist who sneers at our volunteer troops as murderers for Halliburton and derided Army Ranger Pat Tillman as an “idiot” and a “sap,” comes this new slander of the troops: Conservative Dialysis takes aim at Rall’s odious moral equivalence. But we mustn’t question the Left’s patriotism, right?
The “Main Street” Republicans, who I criticized earlier this month for sabotaging conservative House efforts to open up ANWR for drilling, have sent a letter accusing me of “libelous statements.” I’ve uploaded the letter from Danielle Graham, counsel for the Republican Main Street Partnership, here. (As you’ll see from the letter, it appears there are […]