Monthly Archives: May 2007 «

 

Misc links/Thursday-Friday open thread

Posted by: ST on May 31, 2007 at 9:17 pm » 8 Comments

It’s Friday eve. Somebody gimme a “hell yeah!” Been a long, busy week, but a productive one, and I am definitely counting down the minutes til 5pm Friday. Before I post my list of links for the evening, I want to thank the readers of this blog for being patient and continuing to visit even […]

 

Photo of the day

Posted by: ST on May 31, 2007 at 8:26 pm » 3 Comments

Gateway Pundit found it, and Military Motivator put a few finishing touches on it. Simply awesome. (Thanks to ST reader AS) And while we’re talking about awesome, make sure to check out Michael Yon’s latest dispatch.

 

Isn’t this just typical?

Posted by: ST on May 31, 2007 at 8:19 pm » 4 Comments

I, along with many other conservative bloggers and pundits, have written about the gruesome murders of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom, a young white Tennessee couple who were brutalized, sodomized, murdered and ‘disposed’ of – in pieces – by five black thugs, and how if the situations had been reversed we’d have seen 24-7 wall […]

 

Political “intimate”: New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin may run for governor

Posted by: ST on May 31, 2007 at 7:39 pm » 4 Comments

Say it isn’t so: WASHINGTON (CNN) — New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin is seriously considering a Louisiana gubernatorial bid, a political intimate of Nagin tells CNN. According to public records and his campaign treasurer, the two-term Democrat has raised more than a half-million dollars in campaign contributions since he was re-elected in 2006, even though […]

 

Kissinger on the lessons of Vietnam and how they should be applied to Iraq

Posted by: ST on May 31, 2007 at 6:36 pm » 3 Comments

Nixon’s former Sec. of State writes an excellent piece for the LAT on the ‘nam/Iraq comparisons: Of course, history never repeats itself exactly. Vietnam and Iraq are different conflicts in different times, but there is an important similarity: A point was reached during the Vietnam War when the domestic debate became so bitter as to […]

 

A techie fantasy come true: Top spammer nabbed on 35 counts

Posted by: ST on May 31, 2007 at 6:20 pm » 3 Comments

Ever wish you could just reach through the screen and get your hands on the spammers that send you so much junk email that you spend more time deleting it than you do actually reading legit emails? Well, today one of the top ten spammers in the world was arrested on 35 counts of “mail, […]

 

Taking bets …

Posted by: ST on May 31, 2007 at 5:42 pm » 6 Comments

Just how long will it be before some far leftie blames personal injury lawyer Andrew Speaker’s “super TB” on GWB? Place your bets here! After reading about how Speaker’s new father-in-law is a leading TB researcher at the CDC, guest poster phin at Confederate Yankee quips: I’ve heard about fathers being overprotective of their daughters […]

 

Top NASA official questions global warming, takes heat from colleagues

Posted by: ST on May 31, 2007 at 11:43 am » 17 Comments

Trouble in paradise …

 

How far is too far?

Posted by: ST on May 30, 2007 at 10:52 pm » 11 Comments

We’ve all heard about and likely visited the Google Earth and/or Google Maps websites. Now read about Google’s latest feature: SAN JOSE, Calif. — Google said it will refresh its Google Earth/Google Maps strategy at the Where 2.0 conference here this afternoon. In a speech before conference attendees titled “The Evolution of the Geoweb,” Google […]

 

The immigration bill

Posted by: ST on May 30, 2007 at 10:26 pm » 6 Comments

John Hawkins recently took a survey of rightie bloggers to find out their thoughts on the unpopular Senate immigration bill. You can read the questions and answers here. Feel free to post your thoughts on the bill in this thread.