First, I’d like to say that I hate that the anniversary of this decison, which gave women the ‘right’ to terminate their pregnancy(ies), is on my birthday. Second, abortion is an issue I find hard to talk about – not because I’m afraid to talk about it (I got over that long ago) but because […]
Via ABC News: WASHINGTON, Jan. 22, 2007 — Mimicking the hijackers who executed the Sept. 11 attacks, insurgents reportedly tied to al Qaeda in Iraq considered using student visas to slip terrorists into the United States to orchestrate a new attack on American soil. Lt. Gen. Michael D. Maples, head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, […]
Here ya go.
Michelle Malkin has a report in the New York Post where she talks about some of the things she saw while in Iraq, like those Sunni mosques that are still standing, contrary to reports last November from the much-discussed AP source “Capt. Jamil Hussein” that the mosques were “destroyed” which, as she correctly points out, […]
I blogged Saturday about the blatant anti-conservative bias the Associated Press displayed this weekend over Senator Sam Brownback’s announcement that he was running for president versus Senator Clinton’s. Hillary’s announcement was reported in glowing terms (still happening today), whereas Brownback’s was treated as though he’d just declared he was joining up with Al Qaeda. Mark […]
She wishes! Hat tip: Greg Tinti
… by Colts Coach Tony Dungy. What a game! In the NFC championship game, da Bears made easy work of the Saints 39-14. Noon update: In other NFL news, Dallas Cowboys coach Bill Parcells resigned today, while the Steelers announced that Mike Tomlin, defensive coordinator of the Vikings, as their new head coach.
Will Franklin over at WILLisms profiles South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, a Reagan-esque conservative who I’d love to see throw his hat in the ring for the Republican presidential nomination. Joel Mowbray at Real Clear Politics took a closer look at Sanford back in December, and here’s some of what he had to say: But […]