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Is Yemen playing games?
Call the waaahmbulance.
“Guns, explosives, fuses, canisters of gasoline, ammunition, welding equipment, GPS devices, all-night interstate drives to an unstated and indeterminate destination, stops to check gun prices and availability, and computers with a recent history of visits to sites that feature the advocates and the means of violence are not attributes that a disinterested but cautious observer associates with a safe and tranquil citizen of the community.”
Speaking truth to nutroots.
Tom Tancredo’s retiring from the House at the end of the year, but not from public and political life. He was pressing for border security and immigration enforcement long before many of the fairweather GOP proponents and TV talking heads made it their ratings-friendly cause. I’ve had the privilege of speaking with him and beside […]
Double standards on mixing religion and politics.
Rule of law.
Hosed: Believing the MSM can be hazardous to your health.
Talkin’ ’bout the Tech Generation.
Deconstructing the ignorant Tim Rutten. Plus: A call to action.
Meet William T. Russell.
They wear jihadi keffiyehs. And Che shirts. And Truther wear. And now…Impeach Bush socks! Cindy Sheehan wore them this weekend for the latest round of anti-Bush, anti-war protests (hat tip – reader William A.). Moonbats who want to wear their derangement on their feet can buy them here “These are the most popular socks around. […]
“I am okay not knowing what’s on Michelle Malkin’s mind most days.”
A moonbat speaks truth to power!
What does FEMA stand for: Fake Emergency Media Actors; Chertoff condemns FEMA stupidity – pot meet kettle!l Update: The FEMA photoshop fun continues
Fraudulent Emergency Mismanagement Asshats.
Fox News alert.
Finally, TNR’s editors get around to addressing the latest Beauchamp mess. They’re doubling down. And publicly sticking to their story. Which is more than you can say for Scott Thomas Beauchamp. *** Foer and company persist in blaming “the Army” for the magazine’s failure to keep its readers apprised of the scandal in a timely, […]
The “Uncle Bob” smear.