Daily Archives: August 26th, 2005 «

 

Third source backs Able Danger claim

Posted by: ST on August 26, 2005 at 7:02 pm » 8 Comments

…. z’ plot thickenz: WASHINGTON — A third person has now come forward to verify claims made by a military intelligence unit that a year before the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, it had information showing that lead hijacker Mohamed Atta and other terrorists were identified as being in the United States. J.D. Smith, a defense contractor who […]

 

Quite possibly the most ridiculous poll ever

Posted by: ST on August 26, 2005 at 10:30 am » 36 Comments

I’m sure the results of this poll will absolutely shock you.  It will take you the entire weekend to recover.   The shocking details: An overwhelming number of people say critics of the Iraq war should be free to voice their objections — a rare example of widespread agreement about a conflict that has divided the […]

 

Update on Kobayashi Maru’s brother

Posted by: ST on August 26, 2005 at 9:08 am » Comments Off

Last week I blogged about the news that fellow blogger Kobayashi Maru’s brother had been told the devastating news that his leukemia had returned and that he had been given a 5% chance to live. Just visited his blog this morning and in a post from earlier this week, KM blogged about some miracles that have […]

 

From around the blogosphere …

Posted by: ST on August 26, 2005 at 12:17 am » 3 Comments

Here are some noteworthy posts from around the blogosphere for your reading enjoyment this evening: Michael Yon’s latest post (which includes pictures) is up.  If you don’t read anything else tonight, please read that one. Joe Gandelman discusses Pat Boone’s criticism of both Cindy Sheehan’s campaign and her "supporters." Rob Port is on the case of regarding […]