Daily Archives: June 21st, 2007 «

 

VIDEO: 1959 – Women in the workforce (MORE: “CRUSH ON FRED’S POLITICS” DEBUTS!)

Posted by: ST on June 21, 2007 at 9:20 pm » 3 Comments

To balance out the previous post with a bit of humor, I wanted to post the following 1959 training video on women in the workforce, and the problems some men had with it back then: DollyMix describes it: Here’s a nifty little blast from the past. Take a journey with Brad as he describes the […]

 

What the hell is WRONG with people?

Posted by: ST on June 21, 2007 at 8:54 pm » 10 Comments

This video (short 15 second ad will play first) of jerkoffs on a Florida beach last year torturing and killing an eagle ray just goes to show that some people are freaking beyond redemption. When I see stuff like this, I just think about how the people doing this for kicks and giggles and to […]

 

Thurs/Fri open thread (MORE: THURS EVENING NEWS/BLOG LINK ROUNDUP)

Posted by: ST on June 21, 2007 at 4:38 pm » 7 Comments

Post away, ya’ll I’ll have some misc. links of interest to add later this evening. ———— Update: Ok, here are the links: —– Did you hear about the man in Texas who was killed by between 2 and 20 people in a crowd after the guy he was riding with hit and injured a young […]

 

Journalists donate more to Dem candidates than Republicans by a ratio of 9 to 1

Posted by: ST on June 21, 2007 at 12:48 pm » 3 Comments

I’m shocked, shocked, I say! Flashback: Former WaPo senior political reporter: MSM is “overwhelmingly to the left” – and other admissions of liberal bias from the MSM

 

Hugh Hewitt defends Senator Jon Kyl (MORE: CHECK OUT THE COMMENTS AT TOWNHALL TO HEWITT’s ARTICLE)

Posted by: ST on June 21, 2007 at 11:22 am » 32 Comments

As you know, Hugh is one of the most strident and persistent objectors to the current immigration bill, but in this piece, he takes on the more venomous critics of Arizona Senator Jon Kyl: Arizona’s Jon Kyl, perhaps the single most effective and principled conservative in the United States Senate, is the model of what […]

 

Gallup: Confidence in Congress at an all-time low

Posted by: ST on June 21, 2007 at 8:23 am » 6 Comments

Via USA Today: Just 14% of Americans have a great deal or quite a lot of confidence in Congress. This 14% Congressional confidence rating is the all-time low for this measure, which Gallup initiated in 1973. The previous low point for Congress was 18% at several points in the period of time 1991 to 1994. […]