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SJW safe spaces.
I got so wrapped up in some other things this evening that I forgot to watch “24” – anyone care to provide a recap for me in the comments? For those of you who taped it or TiVo’d it but haven’t seen it yet, if you don’t want to know what happened before you watch […]
Been a long, long day. Is it Friday yet? Caption: A Pacific Ocean sunset is seen from Silver Strand State Beach on Coronado island in San Diego on Friday, Jan. 19, 2007. (AP Photo/Dr. Scott M. Lieberman)
Love.it! On a related note, MKH (who shoulda been on that panel, IMO) has a clip and recap of WH press sec. Tony Snow’s speech at the summit. Check it out here. Check out former FL Gov. Jeb Bush’s speech to the NRI summit here.
It might be rescued financially, but otherwise the people on AAR still need serious help. I’m sure this latest news will be spun as a ‘success’ story for AAR, too. LOL. Also, the HuffPo is also reporting that Al ‘I’ll tackle rightie protesters for free’ Franken will be leaving AAR in a few weeks to […]
John Fund asks: Why isn’t the Sandy Berger scandal major news? And not just from a perspective of him taking classified documents and stuffing them in his pants and stashing some of them under a construction trailer, but why he did it. What was he trying to hide and why? Fund speculates on the answers […]
Good for him. Via AP: WASHINGTON (AP) — Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman, the Democratic vice-presidential nominee in 2000 who won re-election as an independent last year, says he is open to supporting any party’s White House nominee in 2008. […] “So I’m open to supporting a Democrat, Republican or even an Independent, if there’s a […]
The Hill reports on a disgusting incident that happened at the anti-Iraq war protests this past weekend: Anti-war protesters were allowed to spray paint on part of the west front steps of the United States Capitol building after police were ordered to break their security line by their leadership, two sources told The Hill. According […]
Sunday afternoon, I had the pleasure of joining the weekly QandO podcast, as done by Bruce McQuain and Dale Franks over at the QandO blog. We talked about a number of issues, including the various in-the-works Senate resolutions which voice opposition to the President’s surge plan, the Republicans who are weak-kneed on the issue, political […]