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Taranto’s Tarantella

In addition to being the most rational, logical, and analytical (not to mention funny) journalist writing today, The Wall Street Journal’s James Taranto must be a very, very nice man. I say that for two reason: 1) he often responds … Continue reading

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Someday In New York?

Should we erect a statue of Broke Obama in The Bowery titled "Obama Bow Wow" and dedicate it on the day Khalid Sheikh Mohammed"s trial begins? Bobo Bowbo   Made in Japan - 100% Pewter Read and post comments | Send to a … Continue reading

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Thank You Scumbama

I'd planned to stop posting, but things keep happening that are so surreal you'd have sworn they were fiction if you didn't know better. This is about the decision to try Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in New York. I'd say that only … Continue reading

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I Agree With Two Stinking Liberals

From Media Research: On this weekend's Inside Washington, (Evan) Thomas, now Editor at Large with Newsweek… rued (about Major Muslim): "I cringe that he's a Muslim…. I think he's probably just a nut case. But with that label attached to … Continue reading

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Today’s Good Points

Remember…? The FBI agent, Coleen Rowley , who tried to warn the FBI about 9/11 terrorists? And now we have another terrorist situation the FBI ignored.   When George Bush was President and unemployment was miniscule, and the media ran frequent … Continue reading

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Can’t Liberals Get ANYTHING Right?

I while back, I reported that I read on some liberal blog that Mark Lamont Hill, D-Racist had been dropped by Fox News. So can you imagine my shock and dismay at seeing him on one of O'Reilly's lightwweight panels tonight? I actually … Continue reading

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Allah Snackbar!

"We’re scrupulously non-judgmental about the ideology that drives a man to fly into a building or self-detonate on the subway, and thus we have a hole at the heart of our strategy. We use rhetorical conveniences like "radical Islam" or, … Continue reading

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