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Tammy Bruce’s Blog

Posted by: ST on September 30, 2005 at 9:59 pm » 4 Comments

As I have written before in the posts I’ve noted at the end of this one, I am a big fan of author/columnist/talk show host Tammy Bruce.  Her books are eye openers, especially in terms of the culture wars.   I wrote this about her about a month ago: I’m a big fan of her writing.  The first […]


Howard Dean: Weapon of Self Destruction V3.0

Posted by: ST on September 30, 2005 at 11:28 am » 57 Comments

DNC Chairman Howard Dean’s slips of the tongue in the past have been well documented here.  A few examples before I proceed to the latest are: “I hate the Republicans and everything they stand for, but I admire their discipline and their organization,” the failed presidential hopeful told the crowd at the Roosevelt Hotel, where […]


Troubles for Harry Reid?

Posted by: ST on September 30, 2005 at 10:43 am » 5 Comments

Via the Las Vegas Review-Journal: WASHINGTON — The money that led to the indictment this week of two Las Vegas pastors and the wife of one of them came from federal grants arranged by Sen. Harry Reid in September 2001, a Reid spokeswoman said Wednesday. Moving to distance Reid from a possible scandal, aide Tessa […]


Mark Noonan – Supahstah!

Posted by: ST on September 30, 2005 at 10:30 am » 5 Comments

Mark Noonan over at Blogs For Bush wrote a post at B4B asking the question: "Do the Democrats Want a Civil War?"  In it, he said: I really do urge our Democrats to step back from the edge – you are sitting in a lake of gasoline and you are playing with fire. We on […]


Earle on film

Posted by: ST on September 30, 2005 at 10:05 am » 3 Comments

Byron York from NRO reports: For the last two years, as he pursued the investigation that led to Wednesday’s indictment of House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, Travis County, Texas prosecutor Ronnie Earle has given a film crew "extraordinary access" to make a motion picture about his work on the case. The resulting film is called […]


The next USSC nomination

Posted by: ST on September 30, 2005 at 9:58 am » 2 Comments

The President isn’t expected to announce his nominee choice for the second Supreme Court vacancy left by Justice Sandra Day O’Connor until next week.  In the meantime, John Hawkins over at Right Wing News asked some questions to select bloggers (including yours truly) about who they thought Bush would pick, who they hoped he would […]


Miller out of jail, Libby was her source

Posted by: ST on September 30, 2005 at 9:20 am » 19 Comments

The NYT reports: WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 – Judith Miller, the New York Times reporter who has been jailed since July 6 for refusing to testify in the C.I.A. leak case, was released from a Virginia detention center this afternoon after she and her lawyers reached an agreement with a federal prosecutor to testify before a […]


Blacklist filter woes

Posted by: ST on September 30, 2005 at 9:12 am » Comments Off on Blacklist filter woes

Hi all, FYI, I have just changed the settings on my WordPress blacklist because it has come to my attention that some legit comments have gone straight to the blacklist I apologize if you have posted a legit comment here (and that apology does not extend to trolls and spammers) that has not been posted.  […]


Food for thought re: Delay

Posted by: ST on September 29, 2005 at 3:11 pm » 16 Comments

Bryan at Junkyard Blog points out a piece by the editors at NRO that discusses the charges against Tom Delay and is making me rethink about this issue.   I’ve been a skeptic of Delay’s innocence on this because of the trouble he’s gotten himself into in the past in the House.  But the NRO editors […]


John Roberts confirmation vote

Posted by: ST on September 29, 2005 at 11:32 am » 4 Comments

Matt Margolis is liveblogging it. 11:51 AM EDT Update:  Roberts has been confirmed in a 78-22 vote. In the meantime, the speculation on who Bush’s next nominee for the USSC is at a fever pitch, with the NYTimes reporting the following today: WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 – President Bush is close to naming a successor to […]