Monthly Archives: March 2008

The Age Of Endarkenment

Here's a twist: "The lights are off, but everybody's home!" That could just be the new slogan that saves the planet from all possible disasters both known and unknown. I like it. So do you feel cooler today after the … Continue reading

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Obama Lies, Pastor Buys

It's too much, folks, I can't keep up. There are so many angles to the disgraceful Obama saga that I just can't address them all. Just as I begin to write about one, something new supersedes it in importance and … Continue reading

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Warming Wackos Want You In The Dark

John Fogerty may seem to have been decades ahead of his time when he sang, "Put a candle in the window…" but he was actually an environmental terrorist. Didn't he know a lit candle is a horrific polluter? That's why, … Continue reading

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Obama Fever – Don’t Catch It!

It's clear Barack Obama is not well. He's maybe not as sick as his pastor, but he's clearly ill. He sought out a racist hater and made the man his advisor, and in his one chance to denounce Jerry Wright, … Continue reading

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A Stain On The Inkblot

The Inkblot By JAMES TARANTO On Friday we noted that Barack Obama's "spiritual mentor," the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, had reprinted a Hamas op-ed in his church bulletin. It turns out that Obama issued a quiet condemnation of Wright's editorial decision, … Continue reading

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McCain The Man vs Obama The Halfwit

The title reflects how I see this election – in black and white, so to speak, but I found a fellow who fills in shades of greatness… and uh… ungreatness A society that views the tempering of time as an infirmity is … Continue reading

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If Not Us, Who… And When?

Some of you may have realized that I have little tolerance for liberals, and the following story provides reason enough. . In my argument for why the Iraq war was necessary, I don't include the fact that we we did … Continue reading

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