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Watch Ed Peck, chief of the U.S. mission to Iraq under Jimmy Carter, if you can stand it.
Jim Hoft notes that Iran threw itself a party celebrating 27 years of Mullah-cracy–and millions boycotted. Publius Pundit has more on the sit-out. Clark Mountain Musings has a FlashPoint greeting card for the mullahs, with special guest appearances by Jimmy Carter and Jacques Chirac. Regime Change Iran has the Monday daily briefing on Iran. Winds […]
Babalu Blog has the scoop. Here’s the ABC News write-up: Hundreds of thousands of Cubans marched by the U.S. diplomatic mission in Havana to protest a U.S. ticker tape flashing messages. President Fidel Castro charged that the Bush administration was not only trying to torpedo relations but that the United States was also coddling anti-Cuban […]
- Using racial slurs against each other during legislative debates over flying the flag. – Getting convicted for election fraud in East St. Louis. – And starting to dislike themselves more than Republicans do: A poll on the political mood in the United States conducted by the Democratic Party has alarmed the party at its […]
Bob Novak visits California and finds “surprising and substantial opposition” among Democrat elites to nominating Hillary Clinton for President in ’08: At a dinner party in a private room of a Los Angeles restaurant attended by eight Democratic politicians (including City Council members and a county supervisor), I was asked to assess the political scene. […]
At his May 31st press conference, President Bush’s response to reckless claims about Guantanamo Bay was inadequate and superficial at best. Unfortunately, that performance was Reaganesque compared to W.’s interview last night with FNC’s Neil Cavuto. Here is the full transcript. This is the relevant portion (with a few of my comments in brackets): CAVUTO: […]
Here’s the “news quote of the day” from Chris Matthews, which is featured on Don “Execute the Swift Vets” Imus’ website: “When you lose an election, it’s horrible especially if you have been President for four years. Can you imagine being President for four years, living in the White House, thinking that you are part […]