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Frank Miller: He gets it I’ve blogged previously about graphic novelist/illustrator Frank Miller’s renegade commentary on patriotism and al Qaeda’s jihad. The L.A. Times has a new profile of Miller today with news of his latest projects–and more fodder that will set the 9/10 Hollyweirdos’ teeth on edge: MUCH has been made of Miller’s politics […]
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Well, here’s the first name in the “D.C. madam” probe that has Washington in tizzy: Deputy Secretary of State Randall L. Tobias. Make that former Deputy Secretary of State Randall L. Tobias. Here’s the State Department statement: Ambassador Randall Tobias informed Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice today that he must step down as Director of […]
The state of Kansas agrees.
Sad news: The Egyptian blogger who blogs at Rantings of a Sandmonkey is calling it quits: (hat tip – Susan) Today is going to be the day that I’ve been dreading for quite sometime now. Today is the day I walk away from this blog. Done. Finished. There are many reasons, each would take a […]
Neeever mind… Last week, Hillary Clinton issued what she called the “Rutgers pledge” in the wake of the Don Imus firing: “Will you be willing to speak up and say, “Enough is enough,’ when women or minorities or the innocent or powerless are marginalized or denigrated?” Clinton said in her speech to about 700 people. […]
Good news: Al Qaeda leader Abdul Hadi al Iraqi has been captured.
Linda Greenhouse is the NYTimes court reporter famous for marching in a national pro-abortion rally and delivering far-left screeds. Bill Moyers, of course, is the far-Left propagandist who has parlayed his journalistic activism into a publicly-funded slush fund. Well, Harvard is training the next generation of liberal journalist/activists. Check out the Harvard Crimson newspaper report […]
LGF: “In the religious apartheid kingdom of Saudi Arabia, women are forced into shapeless black sacks, forbidden to drive, and beaten by the religious police if they accidentally expose an ankle, but camels have elaborate beauty pageants.” Not a joke: The legs are long, the eyes are big, the bodies curvaceous. Contestants in this Saudi-style […]
Ed Adams at the ABA Journal e-mailed me an interesting story from the May issue about conversations behind the scenes between the judges on the Iraqi High Tribunal and the American legal advisers to the court. “Contrary to the view held by many in the international community that the proceedings were merely a show trial,” […]