Monthly Archives: July 2006 «

 

Michael Moore claims he gets a lot of ‘hugs’ from Republicans

Posted by: ST on July 31, 2006 at 8:46 pm » 8 Comments

Right. And I’m Queen Elizabeth. Hasn’t this guy reached his 16th minute of fame yet? Prior: Michael Moore sued by double-amputee Iraq war veteran Michael Moore to make film about himself? Oh, just lovely: Moore plans F9-11 sequel “Moore doesn’t speak for me” Underwear for votes? Moore won’t return to MSG Line of the night […]

 

ST on Allman and Smash Tuesday at 8:10 a.m. ET

Posted by: ST on July 31, 2006 at 4:35 pm » 1 Comment

I’ll be chatting with those fine gents Allman and Smash tomorrow morning bright and early. Be there or be square Prior: ST in the media archives

 

Who the right doesn’t like – on the right

Posted by: ST on July 31, 2006 at 3:27 pm » 10 Comments

John Hawkins surveyed select right-wing bloggers (including moi) over the weekend to get their list of their least favorite people on the right. The results are posted here. Frank J. wrote this in response to the list: I wonder if Andrew Sullivan got so little votes because most don’t think of him as on the […]

 

Media milks Qana building collapse for all it’s worth

Posted by: ST on July 31, 2006 at 2:47 pm » 6 Comments

Make sure to check out the news links at both Google News and Memeorandum to see how the MSM has jumped on the bombing in Qana story like it’s Israel’s version of Abu Ghraib. Take a look at the number of articles appearing in today’s NYT alone on what happened in Qana: From Carnage in […]

 

Monday open thread

Posted by: ST on July 31, 2006 at 9:22 am » 7 Comments

Got a massive data re-entry project going on this morning – ya’ll hold the fort down til I can return to blogging, which will hopefully be sometime this afternoon.

 

Connecticut Senate race: WaPo endorses Lieberman, NYT endorses Lamont

Posted by: ST on July 30, 2006 at 6:37 pm » 2 Comments

No real surprises here with the way the endorsements fell, considering the NYT’s anti-war Iraq stance and the WaPo’s pro-Iraq war stances (expressed in various editorials in the past). However, the WaPo’s editorial discusses Lieberman’s other strengths, in addition to his steadfast support of the Iraq war, while the NYT focuses primarily on Lamont being […]

 

Civilian deaths in Lebanon: MSM should examine Hezbollah’s part more closely

Posted by: ST on July 30, 2006 at 12:22 pm » 33 Comments

The big story coming from the Middle East today is an Israeli airstrike that killed 56 civilians in Lebanon, including 34 children. Via AP: QANA, Lebanon – Israeli missiles hit several buildings in a southern Lebanon village as people slept Sunday, killing at least 56, most of them children, in the deadliest attack in 19 […]

 

Lawsuit filed against Rumsfeld and Rice is really about Jew & US hatred, not ‘faulty’ Lebanon evacuations

Posted by: ST on July 29, 2006 at 11:13 am » 7 Comments

This story is about a week old, but I just heard about it after watching CNN for a few minutes and listening to someone who is either a lawyer or spokesperson on behalf of the Arab group filing this suit. First, the story: DETROIT (Reuters) – An Arab-American civil rights group filed a federal lawsuit […]

 

Crawford not rolling out the welcome mat for Mother Sheehan

Posted by: ST on July 29, 2006 at 10:20 am » 18 Comments

Via AP: CRAWFORD, Texas (AP) – Like many folks in President Bush’s adopted hometown, 83-year-old Robert Westerfield isn’t exactly rolling out the welcome mat for the town’s newest resident: war protester Cindy Sheehan. “I wish she’d stay away. Crawford’s a Republican town, and she’s a dumb Democrat,” Westerfield, a lifelong Crawford resident, said Friday while […]

 

Shooting at Seattle’s Jewish Federation

Posted by: ST on July 28, 2006 at 8:53 pm » 9 Comments

Possibly in reaction to the conflict between Israel and Hezbollah. One person is dead. Keep checking Gateway Pundit and Hot Air for updates.