Saturday, March 31, 2007

Convicted Terrorist Gets 9 Months

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Australian David Hicks was facing 20 years, but struck a plea deal that capped his sentence at 7 years. However, there was a secret plea deal that finally resulted in Hicks getting 9 months ... yes 9 months for being a terrorist against the United States.

To top it all off ... he will serve his sentence in Australia, not in the US.

Intense lobbying by Australia, including by Prime Minister John Howard, appears to have been a key factor in the U.S. decision to make Hicks the first detainee to go before war-crimes tribunals authorized in October by U.S. President George W. Bush, and the agreement to return Hicks to Australia.

We used to kill enemies of this country, and Australia has seriously disappointed me.

Friday, March 30, 2007

My Letter To Elisabeth Hasselbeck

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I couldn't take it anymore. Hasselbeck has got to step up her show prep to combat Rosie. Rosie gives no facts ... just opinions easily destroyed if you can withstand her loud mouth. The Tonkin Gulf comment and the Iran hostage comments sent me over the edge. I went to the View's website in a desperate attempt to assist Elisabeth in her ongoing battles with the abominable pumpkin-head. No doubt she receives several of these a day, but I'm hoping that my corporate email address from the station will allow me to stand out. Here is what I had to say:

Hey Elisabeth,

I'm a talk show host in Las Vegas, NV, former infantryman who conducted counter-terrorist operations against bin Laden before 9/11. Rosie has been outright lying lately on the Tonkin Gulf incidents (plural), 9/11, Iran, the Patriot Act, and the war.

I want to give you some basic info on some things she's been attacking you with lately. In reference to the WTC. Research Leslie E. Robertson and LERA ... they built the WTC and support the official story. Conspiracy theorists never have a response to what they've said. Simply ask Rosie next time she brings it up what she thinks of what Robertson and LERA have had to say. She won't know who you're talking about.

In regards to WTC 7 ... read the following from the Deputy Fire Chief who was there.

Deputy Chief Peter Hayden on the collapse of WTC 7:

Hayden: Yeah. There was enough there and we were marking off. There were a lot of damaged apparatus there that were covered. We tried to get searches in those areas. By now, this is going on into the afternoon, and we were concerned about additional collapse, not only of the Marriott, because there was a good portion of the Marriott still standing, but also we were pretty sure that 7 World Trade Center would collapse. Early on, we saw a bulge in the southwest corner between floors 10 and 13, and we had put a transit on that and we were pretty sure she was going to collapse. You actually could see there was a visible bulge, it ran up about three floors. It came down about 5 o’clock in the afternoon, but by about 2 o’clock in the afternoon we realized this thing was going to collapse.

So we gathered up rollups and most of us had masks at that time. We headed toward 7. And just around we were about a hundred yards away and Butch Brandies came running up. He said forget it, nobody’s going into 7, there’s creaking, there are noises coming out of there, so we just stopped. And probably about 10 minutes after that, Visconti, he was on West Street, and I guess he had another report of further damage either in some basements and things like that, so Visconti said nobody goes into 7, so that was the final thing and that was abandoned. Firehouse: When you looked at the south side, how close were you to the base of that side? Boyle: I was standing right next to the building, probably right next to it. Firehouse: When you had fire on the 20 floors, was it in one window or many? Boyle: There was a huge gaping hole and it was scattered throughout there. It was a huge hole. I would say it was probably about a third of it, right in the middle of it. And so after Visconti came down and said nobody goes in 7, we said all right, we’ll head back to the command post. We lost touch with him. I never saw him again that day. More eyewitness accounts at http://www.firehouse.com/terrorist/911/magazine/gz/

Firehouse magazine is the industry magazine for firefighters, and they support the official story as well.

FYI, the Loose Change guys have admitted that their movie has falsehoods in order to get people to "check it out."

In reference to Iran and the British hostages. It is illegal for Iran to have taken them in the first place ... even if they were in Iranian waters. Typically they would be escorted out of Iranian waters ... this is an internationally accepted practice. Problem is that the British were 1.7 miles in Iraqi waters, and have release the GPS data to prove it. Read that here: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6501555.stm
Is coercing prisoners to write letters, and give TV interviews torture in Rosie's opinion? It is akin to her claims of torture at Gitmo. How about promising to release one hostage, and then rescinding that promise?

The Tonkin Gulf incidents happened over a 3 day period and involved 2 separate altercations. The incident with the USS Turner Joy was an overzealous sonar man, and was not enemy contact. That is the one Rosie was referring to the other day. However, 2 days before that the USS Maddox was attacked by 3 N. Vietnamese gunboats, and evaded a torpedo fired at them. This attack is confirmed with video footage, and damage to the Maddox from the mounted guns on the gunboats.

You should bring up the Appeal for Redress and the Appeal for Courage to let military personnel have their opinion heard. The Appeal for Redress has received lots of media coverage and is anti-war. The Appeal for Courage is pro-war, has received no media coverage but has far more signatures.

Hope this helps with your battles with Rosie, and please let me know if you need any help with topic research.

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I'll let you know if she takes my advice.

XXX Domain Names Defeated

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This is bad ... real bad. The ICANN said it didn't want to get into content regulation which is an easily solved problem. Government is ok trying to regulate who can use the internet, and when, but they won't take steps to regulate content? It is important to note that this is an international thing ... not a US government thing.

"How To" Website For Pedophiles Is Legal

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Stegl.org (Seattle-Tacoma-Everett Girl Love) is the website, but it is down at the moment. Probably trying to hide, or it has been overrun because of the coverage it has been getting from Fox News today.

"As disturbing and offensive as we find this, there's no evidence of a crime, or even suspicion of illegal activity," said Rebecca Hover of the Snohomish County Sheriff's Department.

The man who runs it, 45-year-old Jack McClellan, has never been convicted of a sex crime, which means he can attend any family-friendly events where children are present, and take all the pictures he wants for his Web site. He also lives close to a school bus stop.

McClellan says his purpose is to promote association, friendship and legal, consensual hugging and cuddling between men and pre-pubescent girls. He admitted to FOX News that his "age of attraction" is between 3 and 11 years old.

"I guess the main thing is I just think they're cute, a lot cuter than women. I admit there is kind of an erotic arousal there," McClellan said.

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Some people do not deserve to live.

Admitted Terrorist David Hicks Gets Slap On The Wrist

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Torture?

Meanwhile ... Bangladesh has the right idea.

Video Of Second "Apology" From British Hostage

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You'll notice Royal Marine, Nathan Thomas Summers, looks off to his right frequently for instructions. Also notice that the video footage of the hostages doesn't show anything below the upper chest. This is important because of hand signals that service members are instructed to use in precisely this situation to show that they are being forced to make these claims.

John Travolta On Global Warming: We Need To Go To Other Planets

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We're doomed!

Travolta wants humans to leave Earth and go to other planets eh? There is one HUGE problem with that. The other planets in our solar system are warming up as well. We can't escape global warming if the sun causes it.

Like I said ... we're doomed!

Oh yeah, Travolta owns 5 private jets (including a Boeing 707), has a carbon footprint 100x that of the average Briton, he's the "serving ambassador" for the Australian airline Qantas, his son's name is Jett, and he drove a Harley on the red carpet.

More Coercion Of British Hostages ... Still No Cry Of Torture From Liberals

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Clearly these British hostages (not prisoners) are being coerced into saying, and writing, anti-war messages by their captors.

Via This Is London:

Captured sailor Faye Turney says she has been "sacrificed" to the policies of the British and U.S. governments in a third letter released by her Iranian captors today.

The letter, addressed to the British people, also said that Turney had been treated well, unlike the prisoners held by the US at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.

It is important to note that Turney was to be released by her Iranian captors, but they withdrew that offer and she remains a hostage. I don't call that being treated well.

Abu Ghraib is under Iraqi control now, and has been for over a year. The prisoners there have been requesting that the Americans retake control of the prison from the Iraqis because the US treated them better.

Nathan Summers, a Marine hostage, was also forced to "apologize" for entering Iranian waters.

Iran has demanded that Britain admit they went into Iranian waters, but Britain doesn't seem likely to accommodate that demand. Nor should they be bullied into admitting any wrongdoing when they, in fact, didn't.

An admission would have grave consequences for Britain, but would be even worse for Iraq. Iran and Iraq have had a long standing dispute over the waters the British were captured in. Though internationally recognized as Iraqi waters ... an admission would allow Iran to seize the territory from Iraq. Iran doesn't believe the US or Britain will go to war over this stretch of water, and the Iraqi navy is no match for Iran's at this point.

You can expect NO help from the UN on this matter. They are pretty much siding with Iran.

Thursday, March 29, 2007

Da Bears Support Da Troops

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Most of you know this, but for the newbies ... I am a die hard Bears fan. Other NFL players are visiting our troops as well, but I had to reprint what the young Bears safety Chris Harris had to say.

After making a similar trip a year ago, Chris Harris will return to Iraq next month to visit U.S. troops. The Bears safety will be joined by teammate Israel Idonije and Tennessee Titans cornerback Nick Harper. “It’s the least I can do,” Harris said. “If I’m not over there fighting, I can go say hi for a week or so."

NFL.com
and Chicagobears.com have more on players visiting our troops.

Illegals Are Planning A Mass Walkout Tomarrow

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This picture is from the Myspace page of the organizers


A few days ago I received an email from Americans 4 America identifying several local high schools here in Vegas that were planning to have student walkouts on March 30. Here is the Myspace page of the illegal supporters, and it is a national campaign. They call it the Brown Armband Campaign, and are celebrating César Chávez Day of Action.

Julie Amero Sentencing Pushed Back To April

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If you aren't familiar with the case ... Julie Amero was a substitute teacher who was convicted of exposing her class to porn. The sentencing was supposed to be today, but the state got a continuation. I have been watching this case closely for some time now. You can read my previous posts on the matter here, and here.

I want Julie RELEASED! She is innocent, and the victim of cyber-crime, a corrupt judicial system, and an inept police force that has no business investigating IT crime.

Via the Norwich Bulletin:

NORWICH — Sentencing for Julie Amero, a former substitute teacher convicted of four counts of risk of injury to a minor, was continued to April 26 at Norwich.

Amero faces a maximum of 40 years in jail after being charged with accessing porn Oct. 19, 2004, in the presence of teens in her class at Kelly Middle School.

Judge Hillary Strackbein approved a request for a continuation by the state. No reason for the continuance has been officially filed.

The prosecutor and police department have been inundated with letters of support for Amero from IT professionals and concerned citizens alike. All have criticized to handling of the case. Especially since there was no investigation for malware conducted by the police.

On March 6, 2007, a $2,400 ad appeared in the Hartford Courant signed by 28 computer science professors who said that they think that Amero could not have controlled the pornographic pop-ups.

Given that add, the public outcry, and recent developments in the case ... it's no wonder the state doesn't want sentencing yet.

In a month I will be posting about the sentencing then, and will hopefully have the updated information on Julie Amero's appeal.

Iran Forces British Sailor To Call For Iraq Withdrawal

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Where is the anti-war fruit crowd who always harps on torture with this one?

Surely, if forcing prisoners to listen to bad music, and not letting them get any sleep is torture ... then forcing them to write letter after letter to their family and countrymen contradicting their beliefs should be considered torture as well. Forcing detainees at Gitmo to eat is torture, but a government forcing a prisoner (seized illegally) to write what their captors dictate isn't?

If Bush were to force an al Qaeda detainee to write a letter to bin Laden saying that extremist Islam is wrong, evil, must be stopped, terrorism must cease to exist, and terrorists should never again threaten western civilization ... Rosie and the other torture fruits would call for impeachment because of human rights violations due to torture.

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Legos Banned In School

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Social justice?

More Tony Snow Hate

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Here.

Iran Shows Video Of 15 British Prisoners

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England is pissed off!

Iran says it is releasing the woman sailor.

It turns out that Iran is using the ancient Middle East tactic of forcing prisoners to write letters admitting that they were wrong, and saying their captors are completely awesome people.

The Iranian government may have forced her to write the letter admitting guilt, but Britain has destroyed that argument. The Iranians DID enter Iraqi waters.

Plus she says that Iran is sending her home with a birthday present for Molly. I wonder what it could be? Perhaps the cure for AIDS!

Yay! Tony Snow Has Cancer!

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h/t: Hotair

HuffPo has been outdone by these people.



For the record ... I am still unaware of anyone wishing Elizabeth Edwards ill. Nor am I aware of any conservatives saying that she has cancer because of her support for her lying husband.


Tuesday, March 27, 2007

HuffPo Doesn't Disappoint

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I told you earlier today that it was just a matter of time before HuffPo started attacking Tony Snow and his cancer, and they were preparing for the damage control. Not in the comments, but a poster to HuffPo is the one who didn't disapoint me today.

I admit my bias shows with these stories. I hear about Tony Snow and say to myself, well, stand up every day, lie to the American people at the behest of your dictator-esque boss and well, how could a cancer NOT grow in you. Work for Fox News, spinning the truth in to a billion knots and how can your gut not rot? I know, it’s terrible. I admit it. I don’t wish anyone harm, even Tony Snow. And I do hope he recovers or at least does what he feels is best and surrounds himself with friends and family for his journey. But in the back of my head there’s Justin Timberlake’s “What goes around, goes around, comes around, comes all the way back around, ya..”…

Now, I’ve been brutally honest above, and may have offended some, and for that I’m sorry. Again, I don’t want Tony Snow to suffer and die of cancer. But like many this morning, I had the thought.


The whole "I don't want Tony Snow to suffer" is a nice touch after saying that he got cancer because of his lying. Make sure you read the comments to see how people praise this guy for his courage in saying what needed to be said.

Rep. Peter King (R-NY) Is A Hero!

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YES! As you all know ... the 6 airport Imams were going to sue the passengers that ratted them out for acting like terrorists, and getting them thrown off the plane. Congress eluded to possibly doing something to prevent this kind of treachery in the future, but have succeeded in preventing it now as well.

House Republicans today surprised Democrats with a procedural vote to protect public-transportation passengers from being sued if they report suspicious activity — the first step by lawmakers to protect “John Doe” airline travelers already targeted in a lawsuit by Muslim imams that charges profiling.

The introduction of a motion to recommit the Rail and Public Transportation Security Act of 2007 back to committee with instructions to add the protective language was introduced by Rep. Peter T. King, New York Republican and ranking member of the House Homeland Security Committee.

All 121 votes against protecting the passengers from lawsuits were Democrats!

More Soldiers Have Signed The Appeal For Courage Than The Appeal For Redress

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UPDATE:

At the time of this article's writing the Appeal for Redress had 1744 signatures, and the Appeal for Courage had 1884. Those numbers have changed in one day.

The Appeal for Redress now stands at 1748 ... an addition of 4.

The Appeal for Courage now stands at 1910 ... an addition of 36.


I have mentioned this several times on my show, and have been proven right.

The Appeal for Redress is a legal petition for military personnel to sign in opposition of the war in Iraq.

It reads:

As a patriotic American proud to serve the nation in uniform, I respectfully urge my political leaders in Congress to support the prompt withdrawal of all American military forces and bases from Iraq . Staying in Iraq will not work and is not worth the price. It is time for U.S. troops to come home.

On February 25, 2007, CBS 60 Minutes did a whole segment on the Appeal for Redress. That may have been the big time in the way of publicity, but the Appeal for Redress has been the baby of the anti-war movement. Veterans for Peace, MarchOnPentagon.org, NY Times, Alternet.org, Noam Chomsky, LA Times, Truthout.org, Associated Press, Washington Post, the Nation and several other media outlets, congressmen, and anti-war fruits have been parading the Appeal for Redress as proof that the military doesn't support the war in Iraq.

I instantly began receiving emails from my anti-war listeners harping on my "lies", and "spin" about the support of the war effort among our troops. All of the letters and audio I provided as proof of our warrior's resolve were dismissed as a talk show host's tricks. After one of my shows I had a Richard Belzer esc moment.

One of my listeners wrote:

"Whether the troops support the mission is irrelevant. They are soldiers, they have given their lives to be ordered, it is up to us to see what laimbrains like you can't see."

This wasn't the first time this particular person had said such things on my program, but you know damn well that he was supportive of the Appeal for Redress. Without a doubt in my mind ... he doesn't believe the troops who signed the Appeal for Redress are irrelevant. He surely touts their support of his opinion, but condemns those who disagree.

My response to all of these people was one thing - do you think the Appeal for Courage will get the same media coverage as the Appeal for Redress? All but one had no idea what I was talking about.

While the Appeal for Redress still baths in mass amounts of media coverage as if it were holy water ... the Appeal for Courage has received little attention. Neil Cavuto on Fox has covered it, and Stars and Stripes has done stories on both appeals, but aside from that there has been no national coverage. To make things worse ... there has been little to no local coverage as well. We don't have to really ask why the Appeal for Courage is not getting the media frenzy that their opponent has received, but the outrage for this hypocrisy is justified.

The Appeal for Courage reads:

As an American currently serving my nation in uniform, I respectfully urge my political leaders in Congress to fully support our mission in Iraq and halt any calls for retreat. I also respectfully urge my political leaders to actively oppose media efforts which embolden my enemy while demoralizing American support at home. The War in Iraq is a necessary and just effort to bring freedom to the Middle East and protect America from further attack.

You'll notice the Appeal for Courage addresses this media bias directly. Truer words have never been stated, but those very same words have condemned the Appeal for Courage to isolation. The media will be damned if they will allow even more troops to expose their agenda, and embarrass them. Do you remember Capt. Sherman Powell? He owned Matt Lauer on the media's disgraceful coverage of the war. Rather than risk a similar situation there seems to be a media blackout of the Appeal for Courage.

Guess what? It isn't working.

In spite of the overwhelming conspiracy to not allow troops in support of the war to be heard ... the Appeal for Courage has more, yes more, signatures than the Appeal for Redress.

This stunning, yet not surprising, state of affairs is sure to further prove the shriveling significance of the main stream media. In a gritty grassroots campaign, led by the likes of Michelle Malkin and others, bloggers worked hard to get the word out to our troops that they can express their support for the mission. As American warriors always do ... they showed up for the fight with their heads held high, and they are winning.

According to the Appeal for Redress website ... they have 1744 signatures.

According to the Appeal for Courage website ... they have 1884 signatures.

The Appeal for Redress was established in October 2006. While the appeal for Courage was established in February 2007. Even though the Appeal for Courage is several months younger than the Appeal for Redress they have more signatures, and have much more momentum. MoveOn.org is directly tied to the Appeal for Redress, but has not been able to throw enough money at it to make it more successful than their rival.

I encourage you to visit the media section of both websites to see the disparity between the coverage of the two appeals. It is truly telling to see the great disadvantage the Appeal for Courage has faced.

The Appeal for Courage is going up against the behemoths of MoveOn.org and the main stream media. Yet they have managed to succeed with the same tenacity and determination of the warriors they represent.

Tony Snow's Cancer Has Returned - HuffPo Does Damage Control

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HuffPo is notorious for wishing Republicans to die, and they'll come under some heavy fire for it lately. Usually they don't remove comments unless the uproar is really loud. In anticipation of such a recurrence they have sought to preemptively conduct damage control.




We wish Tony Snow all the best.

Democrats Want Women In Combat

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No joke ... and sorry about all of the headlines starting with Democrats lately.

(CNSNews.com) - Liberal Democrats in the Senate and House plan to resume "the fight for women's equality" on Tuesday, when they reintroduce the Women's Equality Amendment.

Sens. Ted Kennedy (Mass.) and Barbara Boxer (Calif.) and Reps. Carolyn Maloney and Jerrold Nadler, both of New York, plan to join Eleanor Smeal, president of the Feminist Majority, in making the Tuesday afternoon announcement.

We already have laws that prevent discrimination against women, but apparently they don't go far enough.

The proposed amendment would affect issues ranging from hiring and wages to restrictions on women serving in military combat units.

Let me very clear about this. I've served with some tough women who can fight well from defensive positions, but women do NOT belong in combat MOS's ... PERIOD! No country on the face of the earth has succeeded in implementing women into these roles. Not Israel, China, Russia, Switzerland or anyone else. US military units are having enough problems with integrated units now, and there is no reason to make it worse.

Ask any veteran and they will tell you stories of men having to put up the women's tents, latrines etc. As well as having to carry heavy loads for them because of a lack of strength. It is a common grievance in integrated units in the military.

As for actual combat ... Americans will not stand for women being brought home in body bags that exceed the men, and that would be the case.

Building Collape In New York

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Controlled demolition?

Democrats Propose Largest Tax Increase In History

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First it was Clinton, and now the Dems are looking to do it again.

The Democrat budget reported Wednesday proposes the largest tax increase in U.S.
history – $392.5 billion over 5 years – mainly to finance immense new spending
through 2012. Although they try to insist otherwise, the figures in their budget assume
these tax increases will occur automatically – and without them they cannot achieve a
balanced budget, as they claim.

Keep in mind it is coming from the Republicans.

Democrats Continue To Add Pork To Terror Spending Bill

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The Senate is even worse than the House with their pork barrel spending, and the Dems continue to prove that their campaign promises were not promises at all. They promised a five day work week, implementing all of the 9/11 Commission recommendations, getting the troops out of Iraq, and less pork barrel spending. Non of those promises, and others, have come to pass. In fact, very little of the Democrat platform in November has been implemented ... with the exception of the minimum wage increase. Excluding American Samoa ... of course.

President Bush requested $102 billion for the troops fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as $14 billion for Hurricane Katrina aid and more than $4 billion for “emergency farm relief. What he got instead was a series of "sweeteners" that the Democrat leadership had to bribe their members of Congress with in order to attack the troops and the president. The "sweeteners" are to the tune of nearly $20 billion in pork not related to the war, Katrina relief, or farm aid.

The worst part of the House version was a little noticed, or discussed, minimum wage increase. This is in addition to the minimum wage increase Congress just passed, and separate increases that many states just passed as well. That would bring the total minimum wage increases since January to 2 nationally, and 3 in many states. Why hasn't the minimum wage increase in the House bill been discussed? I don't know ... perhaps because the President will never allow it through. I think we need to focus more on the wage increase than the rest of the pork because it would have the greater economic impact. It should only be second in discussion to the September 2008 deadline for our troops to leave Iraq. Something our military has vocally opposed on numerous occasions.

Some other pork projects in the House bill include:

  • $500 million for emergency wildfires suppression; the Forest Service currently has $831 million for this purpose;
  • $400 million for rural schools;
  • $74 million for peanut storage costs;
  • $50 million for asbestos mitigation at the U.S. Capitol Plant;
  • $48 million in salaries and expenses for the Farm Service Agency;
  • $16 million for security upgrades to House of Representatives office buildings;
  • $6.4 million for House of Representative’s Salaries and Expenses Account for business continuity and disaster recovery expenses;
  • $4 million for the Office of Women’s Health at the Food and Drug Administration; and
  • A minimum wage increase, which is the subject of separate legislation.

You can find more at Citizens Against Government Waste.

Now for the Senate bill.

By far and away the worst part of the Senate version is that it includes $100 million for the two major political parties’ 2008 presidential conventions. That is ... the taxpayer will fund both the Republican and Democrat presidential conventions. This is unacceptable for everyone. Republicans will not want to fund the Democrat convention, and vise versa.

The Senate bill includes many of the same pork that the House bill has, but goes even further.

  • $640 million for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program;
  • $425 million for education grants for rural areas;
  • $388.9 million for a backlog of Department of Transportation projects;
  • $25 million for grants through the Safe and Drug Free Schools program;
  • $22.8 million for geothermal research and development;
  • $20 million for reimbursements to Nevada for "insect damage;"
  • $3.5 million for guided tours of the Capitol;
  • Allows the transfer of funds from holiday ornament sales in the Senate gift shop.

Non of these things has anything to do with the President's request, and proves that the Democrats are perfectly willing to violate their November platform promises, and use pork barrel spending to get what they want. This type of activity is what got Republicans in trouble with their base the past few years ... thanks to Porkbusters.

The Democrats knew that the Republican base was putting pressure on their congressmen to stop the pork, and they used that in their platform to get elected. The Democrats promised to not engage in pork politics, but have succeeded in one-upping the Republicans at their own game. At least the Republicans tried to be discreet. The Democrats are actually hailing the pork spending.

Senate Appropriations Chairman Robert Byrd, D-W.Va., Monday defended the extra spending, describing it as “common sense and good economics.”

“Funding for the war is not the only critical need worthy of the supplemental spending,” he said. The war “must not obliterate every other concern.”

Whether the spending is necessary, or not, doesn't matter. They are not related to this bill whatsoever, and should be addressed by separate bills in Congress. Indeed ... many have ... such as the minimum wage hike.

Other proposed spending is simply unnecessary anyway you cut it. Then again ... what would you expect from Sen. Byrd? He is the not so humble winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award from Porkbusters, and has been granted the title King of Pork from Citizens Against Government Waste. When it comes to pork barrel spending ... Sen. Byrd is second to non.

The Examiner reports:

The $100 million for the political party conventions — $50 million for the Democratic convention in Denver and $50 million for the Republican convention in St. Paul, Minn. — is included in a section described as “Katrina recovery, veterans’ care and for other purposes.”

Christmas trees are even getting money from Congress.

Among the other beneficiaries of the Senate “emergency” war bill is the tree assistance program, including, specifically, Christmas trees.

So much for separation of church and state which the left often champions.

There is even a provision for congressmen to get more office space.

The Democrats have demonstrated the same greed, selfishness, and corruption that Republicans have been displaying the past couple of years, and the taxpayer is the victim once again. The only solice you can take from this is that President Bush will veto the bill, and Congress doesn't have the votes to override it.

The Democrats aren't stupid. They knew full well that they had no chance of success with this bill. Yet they put tremendous effort into it, and they exposed their willingness to engage in pork politics. If they were willing to put in such effort to get pork into a lost cause ... how far will they go when it isn't a lost cause?

Monday, March 26, 2007

Australian David Hicks Pleads Guilty Of Supporting Terrorism

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Rosie will claim that he was tortured tomorrow no doubt. As the tribunals get underway we will see more guilty pleas in efforts to avoid death. Why would terrorists be so afraid of getting virgins after they die?

Thanks For A Great Season UNLV

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I am not a big basketball fan anymore, but I used to be. There is exceptions to this though, and one of those exceptions is UNLV men's basketball. I was here during the glory days of Tarkanian, Greg Anthony, Larry Johnson, Alonzo Mourning etc.

Tark the Shark actually works in the studio next to me. We share a wall on the weekend show, and he's been a guest on my program. If you aren't aware ... Tark is a radio host now.

It's been awhile since UNLV was an elite basketball team, but this year they got back to championship form. They lost to Oregon last week, but had a fantastic year. I just wanted to thank them for a great season, and wish the seniors all the best in the next stage of their lives. It was nice seeing the city rally around UNLV once again. It brought back a lot of momories.

Peyton Manning Caught Abusing Children

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Not for real! What the hell is wrong with you? Peyton is a class act. This is, however, one of the funniest things you'll ever see.



If you'd like to see a bigger version ... go here.

Iran Torturing British Sailors?

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I went camping right after my show on Saturday, and didn't update the blog with this, but I mentioned it on my show. Saturday the Iranians said the Brits "admitted" to entering Iranian waters. There is no evidence of this as of yet, and Britain still says they didn't enter Iranian waters, but that Iranian ships entered Iraqi waters. We all know what "admitted" usually means in cases of prisoners in the Middle East ... torture.

I hypothesized on my show that the Brits were likely tortured by Iran (who is notorious for it), or that Iran is lying (again ... notorious for it). There is still the possibility of the captured Brits to admit they entered into Iranian waters by mistake to secure their release, and prevent an international incident. We don't really know yet, but Iran isn't allowing much information, and they've admitted to "interrogating" their captives.

There is also a report that Iran ordered the kidnapping of the Brits to retaliate for the defection and/or detention of many high ranking Iranian officers by the US and Britain. Though not confirmed ... this story is supported by the possibility of Iran wanting a prisoner exchange for several of their "spies", and officials in British custody. There seems to be about 50 Iranians prisoners captured by the British in Iraq.

Iran is also threatening to try the British prisoners with espionage ... which carries a serious penalty.

I doubt they'll be tried, and I am confident they will be released. Most of this is just a show Iran is producing. The real questions will be answered when they are released. It will tell us how Iran treated them while held captive, and if Iran entered Iraqi waters to take prisoners in retaliation for being caught operating inside Iraq. One of these two sides is going to have to admit to making a mistake. If that happens to be Iran ... they are in big trouble.

UPDATE:

I was hoping Rosie would take the same stance on the captured British as she has on terrorists we've captured ... that they were tortured. Nope. The abominable pumpkin head strikes again!

She is saying that the British set this whole thing up, and urges people to Google the Gulf of Tonkin incident. Clearly she has not done this herself, or she wouldn't have made such an ignorant suggestion. There wasn't a Gulf of Tonkin incident ... there was two. The second of which did not occur, and that's the one Rosie has heard about. The first one is a confirmed attack by communist forces on the USS Maddox, an American Destroyer, in the form of three N. Vietnamese gunboats who fired a torpedo at the USS Maddox. The USS Maddox evaded then chased them away.

Again ... the second incident with the USS Turner Joy did not happen, but was not a government conspiracy. Captain John J. Herrick even admitted that it was nothing more than an "overeager sonarman" who "was hearing his ship's own propeller beat." Why was the sonarman overeager? Because the USS Maddox was attacked two days earlier.


Sen. Webb Gets Staffer Arrested

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This is developing, but it seems like Sen. James Webb (D-VA) is responsible for getting one of his staffers arrested for illegally carrying Webb's sidearm.

Via Drudge:

SENATE STAFFER BUSTED FOR CARRYING WEBB'S LOADED GUN... Phillip Thompson, executive assistant to Senator James Webb (D-VA ), has been arrested by Capitol Hill Police on Monday for 'inadvertently' holding the senator's loaded gun, according to a person close to the investigation. A Senate staffer reports that Thompson was arrested for carrying the gun in a bag through security into a Senate office building while the Senator was parking his car. Thompson was booked for carrying a pistol without a license (CPWL) and for possessing unregistered ammunition. According to congressional rules, congressmen and senators, not staff, are allowed to have a gun on federal property. Developing...

At best this is extremely shortsighted on Webb's part. He allowed a staffer to carry his loaded weapon into the Senate office building even though it is against the law. Sen. Webb better make this right.

Another aspect to watch here is the unregistered ammunition. I'm not familiar with DC gun laws, but still need to find out if the ammunition is registered to Webb ... or not at all. If the ammunition has not been registered at all ... then Webb has violated DC gun laws and should face punishment.

Bye, Bye GI ... In Iraq You're Gonna Die

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That was one of the chant's at the Oregon effigy in which a representation of a US soldier was burned by anti-war fruits, dirty hippie scum, and mask wearing jihadi wannabes. Also chanted was:

It's not just Bush it's the soldiers too. Fascist war is nothing new.

For more photos and to find out what Abe Lincoln has to do with this ... go here.

Friday, March 23, 2007

Gore Refuses To Pledge Not To Use More Energy Than Average American

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Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., who is the ranking member of the Environment and Public Works Committee, asked Gore to pledge not to use more energy than the average when Gore was asking for higher taxes for his cause.

The pledge he requested Gore subscribe to was:

As a believer:

  • That human-caused global warming is a moral, ethical, and spiritual issue affecting our survival;
  • That home energy use is a key component of overall energy use;
  • That reducing my fossil fuel-based home energy usage will lead to lower greenhouse gas emissions; and
  • That leaders on moral issues should lead by example;

I pledge to consume no more energy for use in my residence than the average American household by March 21, 2008.

Gore refused.

Judge Refuses To Drop Terrorism Charges For Jose Padilla

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Those of us who know the constitution understand this ruling is correct, and historically supported. The anti-war fruits are seething.

MIAMI: A federal judge refused Friday to dismiss the terrorism support charges against alleged al-Qaida operative Jose Padilla, rejecting defense claims that his 3 1/2 years in custody as an enemy combatant violated his constitutional right to a speedy trial.

Burn in hell Padilla ... burn in hell.

HuffPo Wields Yet More Death Wishes ... This Time For Tony Snow

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Will it ever end?

Catholic School Bans Students From Myspace

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Why? Because they are idiots! They are, of course, using the children's safety as their argument, but that is no excuse to subvert first amendment rights outside of the school environment.

Students at a suburban Catholic school are being ordered to take down their photos, snappy comments, or anything else they may have posted on MySpace.com.

Friday is the deadline for students at St. Hugo of the Hills Catholic School to follow orders or risk suspension.

Suspension? You are going to suspend good students because they engage in a perfectly legal, constitutionally protected activity outside of school? Why don't you forbid your students from exercising? Studies show clearly that exercise raises libido, and puts people in a state of horniness ... Catholics can't accept that with their kids either.

School Principal Sister Margaret Van Velzen sent letters home to parents this week saying, in part, that if families allow children to continue their MySpace.com sites, they will not be allowed to return to school.

Now they can face expulsion? Surely law enforcement wouldn't allow an unconstitutional act such as this to happen.

Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard hails the school's decision.

What? Even the sheriff is ok with preventing kids from using the internet to communicate?

This is the only guy with any sense on the matter:

Jerry Herron, Wayne State University professor of American Studies, thinks keeping kids off the site may just offer a false sense of security.

The kids will just move their pages to another site, or they'll meet up in forums, or even private chat rooms. Will the school then realize this and ban any online activity for their students just like the government is trying to do right now?

Reuters Covers For Activist Who Called For The Murder Of Polar Bear Cub

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No one will notice this, and bring it to your attention ... so I will. Today was Knut's debut to the public at the Berlin Zoo, and Reuters covered the story along with just about every other media outlet out there. No big deal ... I know. However, six paragraphs in you see this:

Knut's fate grabbed global attention after an animal rights campaigner said hand-rearing polar bears was a violation of animal rights. German media interpreted his comments as a call for Knut to be put to sleep.

Reuters can't even cover a polar bear cub without falsifying the story! The German media had no choice but to interpret Frank Albrecht's comments (and others) as a call for Knut to be killed. The Daily Mail did the story here, and I did it here.

  • Animal rights activists argue that he should be given a lethal injection rather than brought up suffering the humiliation of being treated as a domestic pet.
  • "The zoo must kill the bear," said spokesman Frank Albrecht."
  • "In actual fact, the zoo needs to kill the bear cub," Albrecht said.
  • "The mistake has been made. One should have had the courage to put him to sleep much earlier," said Wolfram Graf-Rudolf, director of the Aachen Zoo. Reported by SPIEGEL.

To have two activists openly call for the murder of little, cute Knut is in no way an interpretation ... it is a fact! Why is it so hard for Reuters to report simple, well-known facts? What is so hard about writing that some animal rights activists lobbied for Knut to be killed? Maybe Reuters was secretly pulling for the murder of our little Knut, and now they are doing damage control for the radicals who called for it.

6th Graders' Mock Trial: Humans Not Causing Global Warming

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Are YOU smarter than a 5th 6th grader?

Marines Expelled From Afghanistan

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The US Marine special operations company was kicked out of Afghanistan by the top US general there for their conduct after an ambush. Lt. Gen. Karl Eikenberry is having the company redeployed to Kuwait after only a few weeks in country of a six month tour, and only about a year as a part of SOCOM.

Americans Often Get Six Strikes, and You're Out ... Illegals Get Six

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The Houston Chronicle is reporting that federal prosecutors in Texas don't bring criminal charges against illegals until their sixth arrest. They have been keeping this information classified, and it is tied with the US attorney firings.

Thursday, March 22, 2007

Charges To Be Dropped In Duke Lacrosse Case

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Hopefully Nifong will be imprisoned soon. There should be severe punishment for all of the people involved in going after these players.

Via Fox News:

The remaining charges against three Duke University lacrosse players originally indicted for rape may be dropped sometime within the next few days, according to a report.

I further hope these players continue to sue everyone who played into Nifong's hand ... including the Black Panthers.

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Heeere's Amnesty

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Reps. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., and Jeff Flake, R-Ariz. are responsible for this one. It looks like it might have a chance at success as well.

  • Amnesty -- check.
  • Guest worker program -- check.
  • Steps to secure the border -- check ... wait ... what?

Iran Is Training Iraqi Terrorists

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NEW YORK Mar 21, 2007 (AP)— Iraqi insurgents, guerrilla fighters and death squads are being trained in secret camps in Iran with the blessing of top Tehran leaders and at least three senior Iraqi political figures, an Iranian opposition figure said Tuesday.

Again ... duh!


NASA: The Sun Is Causing Climate Change

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Duh!

Anti-War Fruits Burn US Soldier In Effigy

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Effigy - A crude representation of someone disliked, used for purposes of ridicule.

Just so we're clear on the definition of effigy since the dictionary is becoming a little used/respected relic these days.

The protest was in Portland, OR, and you can see the full stock of photos of the event here.





This is how it all got started.





The initial lighting ... notice that this is a training day for future anti-war fruits.





What would an anti-war protest be without an upside down burning flag, and masked jihadi wannabes?





Abe Lincoln wants peace huh? I'm sure he's real happy you're defacing his monument.

This last picture I actually find to be the most laughable of them all. Again ... Please note the kids here. Aside from the fact that we have yet another protest in which publicly funded monuments are desecrated ... they have no idea what Abe would really want, but I do.

Lincoln went after anti-war fruits like those above. He suspended habeas corpus, and imprisoned 18,000 Confederate sympathizers without trial. Many of them were Copperheads (anti-war Democrats). You see ... Lincoln would not tolerate actions such as this, or the actions of Murtha. Dissent is fine ... supporting the enemy is not.

"Congressmen who willfully take actions during wartime that damage morale and undermine the military are saboteurs and should be arrested, exiled, or hanged."
- Abraham Lincoln

Somehow I doubt Abe would support your anti-war fruit effigy.



Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Ray Nagin: Still Racist

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Via Time magazine:

Addressing a meeting of the National Newspaper Publishers Association, Nagin suggested that the city's slow recovery and spotty repopulation were the work of some vast, racially and politically motivated conspiracy.

Nagin has been running around giving different accounts of New Orleans' recovery. They're 90% recovered here, they're 10% recovered there. He isn't honest or consistent. Then there is the small problem of New Orleans government officials stealing the aid sent for the people, and the fact that New Orleans is using aid money to build new projects that didn't exist before Katrina instead of rebuilding what was lost. When they spend the aid money on the new projects they run to the government and press complaining that there isn't enough money to fix the Katrina damage. Just so you know ... the assessed damage of Katrina is much less than the aid that has already been sent there.

Yep ... HuffPo Likes Hate Speech

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It's about Cheney ... again.

Mastermind Of USS Cole Bombing Takes Credit

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Torture?

Animal Activist: "The Zoo Must Kill The Bear"

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Who would want to kill murder an adorable little polar bear like this? PETA esc animal rights activists ... that's who.

Animal rights activists argue that he should be given a lethal injection rather than brought up suffering the humiliation of being treated as a domestic pet.

This is beginning to become the animal rights fruits' new standard policy. It is no longer about saving as many animals from cruelty as you can ... it's now about killing as many animals as you can to prevent mankind from taking care of them. Thus preventing cruelty before it happens. Animal activists are clearly huge fans of the movie Minority Report.

For the record ... this polar bear's mother abandoned him and his brother. His brother died, and he only lives because of human compassion.

The activists are arguing that it is humiliating to allow a predator to be domesticated. I wonder why being saved from death is humiliating, but having your genitals fondled, and measured by a handful of human greenies in your home ... then having your measurements published for all to see isn't humiliating. Which would you prefer?

Bottom line is this:

  • Chase down and tranq. a polar bear so you can fondle and measure his genitals ... fine.
  • Kill a polar bear to prevent human contact ... fine.
  • Kill a polar bear for a trendy rug ... wrong.


Congressman's Office Vandalized By Anti-War Fruits

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Yep ... the anti-war fruits have been in full force this weekend. They are back at their old ways of vandalizing public/private property. This is Congressman Mike Rogers' office.





Nothing to see here ... move along folks.





For a bunch of pacifists ... they sure know their way around violent activity. Have you ever noticed that pro-war supporters don't engage in this kind of activity? Superior people have superior actions as well I guess.


Monday, March 19, 2007

Fred Thompson Rips Iran On 300

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I almost included this into my review of 300, but as I wrote the review I realized that it was pretty well written. I didn't want to cheapen my review with this circus coming from Iran. If I had the world's largest army, and got beat up by a handful of Spartans ... I'd probably be pissed too.

Listen to Fred Thompson's response to Iran's childish behavior here.

300: A Movie Review

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There has never been a movie to capture the essence of Thermopylae, and the Spartans' stand there against the Persians. That has changed.

It became humorous to watch the critics question the makers of 300 if Bush is Leonidas or Xerxes, and the angry left's correlation with Thermopylae and Iraq. They were mad that Hollywood dared make a movie in which Persians were defeated by the Greeks who laid the foundation of the modern principles of freedom. They drew correlations with the events of 480 B.C. to the events of today ... nearly 2500 years later. Does America represent the Greeks or Persians? Non of this matters.

I then saw the right attack the movie. This was far more humorous than the left's attacks. I had to read that the costumes weren't accurate, the Spartans' were bulging from their crotches, etc.

However, the most idiotic complaints from right-leaning critics was the violence and sex. Critics claimed that the previews on TV didn't accurately portray the movie's violence. They howled that it was too gory, too bloody, and they weren't expecting that at all. Seriously ... how pathetically stupid are you? Even the movies logo has blood spatter, and you weren't expecting a bloodbath? Perhaps you missed the previews all together. I saw several who showed great violence. Even going so far as to show part of a scene with hordes of men falling off of mountain cliffs. Even if all of that logic fails ... how about using common sense and taking into account the time period portrayed in the movie. If you went into 300 not expecting great amounts of violence ... here's your sign.

Next up was the sexual images in the movie. I saw at least two previews that gave us images of sex ... if only for a glimpse. Most of us as adults know how to spot a movie that will have strong sexual content from the images in the previews. I knew full well before I saw 300 that there was going to be at least a couple of explicit sex scenes. My wife, however, did not see those scenes, and did not know that 300 had any sexually explicit content until she saw the movie. So there is room for forgiveness in this regard, but not much.

The uproar wasn't limited to acts of sex, or nude men and women. The right-leaning critics were angry that there was a lesbian kiss. There was also a scene in which you got the impression of two women having sex, but aside from revealing costumes and provocative poses ... there was nothing that graphic about it. Especially given today's movie standards. If you don't like to see naked people on the big screen ... stay home. Otherwise ... you've got about 10 minutes of film in which there will be some T and A.

In case you are wondering ... all of the scenes were integral to the story 300 was telling, and none were too gratuitous. To prove my point ... 300 showed no nudity, nor did they get graphic at all, in a rape scene. They could have easily made that particular scene very graphic, but they did not go down that road.

Earlier I said: "If you went into 300 not expecting great amounts of violence ... here's your sign." Many of you are familiar with that term, and took it to mean that I was calling those folks stupid. Well ... I was. Nevertheless there is a "real" sign that I would like to show everyone in support of my calling them stupid. It's straight off of the 300 movie advertisements, and website.



It's right there on every piece of 300 advertising you can possibly think of ... including the preview commercials. It seems that a lot of people (critics and regular folks alike) missed that all to important 'R' rating. There in bold type are the words: Graphic Battle Sequences Throughout, Some Sexuality and Nudity.

You have to be the most pathetic, irritating kind of stupid to get upset with the makers of 300 for not calling you personally to tell you that their film has violence and sex. Exercise some common sense, and personal responsibility for crying out loud!

Still ... low and behold! While my wife and I were in the theater awaiting the start of the epic 300 ... two moronic parents escorted their youngling to his seat. They sat down, got comfortable, started eating their grossly overpriced concessions, and awaited the start of 300 with the rest of us. The violence starts in the first scene of 300, and they weren't in their seats long before they decided that this movie was not child friendly. They annoyingly got up and left the theater ... never to return. No doubt just as angry at the makers of 300 as the moronic movie critics who didn't see the sex and violence coming either. Maybe even believing as the critics had ... they'd been duped! Again ... here's your sign.

300 wasn't just historically accurate. The cinematography was second to none in the history of movies, and the acting was phenomenal! I would say Oscar worthy, but the Oscars have become so feeble that it wouldn't do the actors in 300 justice. To tell you the truth ... there isn't an award out there good enough for anyone who worked on 300.

Be forewarned. While the historical events in 300 are extremely accurate ... there is some Hollywoodifications. There are some details in the uniforms that have been changed to create the mood 300 was going for, and there is some mythology (Greek and otherwise) that was added to further immerse you into the film.

If you can bring yourself to ignore/embrace the minor details, and discard the critic's penis-envy whining about large jocks. If you can then understand that 300 has violence, and sexual content, and forget about the critics politicizing a historically accurate film ... you will step into the world of 300. You will be engulfed in action, history, mythology, and sexuality. 300 is the most stunning epic movie ever made ... period.


Chinese University Fires Dean For His Blog Rant

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Kent State needs to take lessons from China.

Iran To Kidnapp US Troops

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As well as other European operatives.

Kent State's KKK Professor Is A Scam

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Julius Piner does not exist. At least he is not a Kent State professor. I began looking for him because of the similarities with a very real Julio Pino. Other bloggers out there have done so as well, and turned up the same emptiness I have. There is no Kent State professor who runs a website called www.killthenegroes.com.

No doubt he was made up to see if any hypocracy turned up at Kent State, and/or calculate the difference in outrage expressed towards a klansman working there as opposed to a jihadi.

Saturday, March 17, 2007

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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To learn more about our favorite spirits holiday ... go here.

You know what they say: If your beer can be dyed green ... you're drinkin piss!


Friday, March 16, 2007

Eliminate Republicans And The Communist Agenda

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Hat tip = Hotair.

Michael D. Rectenwald, Ph.D. works in the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. He also wants to make the Republican party illegal, and arrest most Republicans. At least he only wants to arrest us, and not execute us like others would.

Here is his 10 point plan to accomplish those two goals, and others. Below I've posted a part of the Congressional Record from 1963 stating the goals of Communism. There is an eerie resemblance.

10-Point Plan for Rebuilding the United States after Bush's Destruction

Bush has blown up the world. Now the onus is on Democrats to say how they would put it back together. Nice move.

I say, resist and tell it like it is. The war and the domestic crisis are the messes that Georgie made. Here are the steps I suggest to remedy this terrible situation.

  1. Tell the people that George Bush and his friends are killers, liars, and thieves and that not only shouldn't they listen to him and them, but that they all belong in jail.
  2. Get George and his friends out of the way -impeach, or if no time, wait till election-then put them in prison where they belong. No more reason to be afraid of what they say, calling opposition 'cut-and-run' Democrats. Let them say it from prison and see if they can 'cut-and-run' from behind bars.
  3. Get the people he deployed to the disaster out of the disaster.
  4. Rebuild the US first. Rebuild the schools, roads, infrastructure, housing, education system, medical insurance and other needs neglected by the Republicans over the last eight years, as they went on their killing spree and spent all of our money.
  5. After cooling the Republicans by arresting most of them and shutting their stupid mouths forever, start working on reversing Global Warming.
  6. Revoke all the tax cuts made by the criminal Bush clan.
  7. Remove all the "Justices" put in place by the Bush clan, including on the Supreme Court.
  8. Abolish all the bullshit programs put in place by Bush clan, including Medicaid "reform" and the provisions attached to the 'no-child-left-behind' scam. Surely Bush was left behind.
  9. Consider the possibility that the Republican ideology contravenes the Constitution because its policies and beliefs endanger the well-being of the people. Consider making the Republican Party illegal.
  10. Start a party that opposes the Democratic Party from the left of the Democratic Party and makes the Republican Party a detestable relic of the past akin to the slave-holding Southern rebels.

Dr. Rec, The Rec Report
Michael D. Rectenwald, Ph.D.

Permanent URL for this article here.

It's scary to see how close comments like this resemble the Communist agenda.

Communist Goals (1963)

Congressional Record--Appendix, pp. A34-A35

January 10, 1963

Current Communist Goals

EXTENSION OF REMARKS OF HON. A. S. HERLONG, JR. OF FLORIDA
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Thursday, January 10, 1963

Mr. HERLONG. Mr. Speaker, Mrs. Patricia Nordman of De Land, Fla., is an ardent and articulate opponent of communism, and until recently published the De Land Courier, which she dedicated to the purpose of alerting the public to the dangers of communism in America.

At Mrs. Nordman's request, I include in the RECORD, under unanimous consent, the following "Current Communist Goals," which she identifies as an excerpt from "The Naked Communist," by Cleon Skousen:

[From "The Naked Communist," by Cleon Skousen]

CURRENT COMMUNIST GOALS

  1. U.S. acceptance of coexistence as the only alternative to atomic war.
  2. U.S. willingness to capitulate in preference to engaging in atomic war.
  3. Develop the illusion that total disarmament of the United States would be a demonstration of moral strength.
  4. Permit free trade between all nations regardless of Communist affiliation and regardless of whether or not items could be used for war.
  5. Extension of long-term loans to Russia and Soviet satellites.
  6. Provide American aid to all nations regardless of Communist domination.
  7. Grant recognition of Red China. Admission of Red China to the U.N.
  8. Set up East and West Germany as separate states in spite of Khrushchev's promise in 1955 to settle the German question by free elections under supervision of the U.N.
  9. Prolong the conferences to ban atomic tests because the United States has agreed to suspend tests as long as negotiations are in progress.
  10. Allow all Soviet satellites individual representation in the U.N.
  11. Promote the U.N. as the only hope for mankind. If its charter is rewritten, demand that it be set up as a one-world government with its own independent armed forces. (Some Communist leaders believe the world can be taken over as easily by the U.N. as by Moscow. Sometimes these two centers compete with each other as they are now doing in the Congo.)
  12. Resist any attempt to outlaw the Communist Party.
  13. Do away with all loyalty oaths.
  14. Continue giving Russia access to the U.S. Patent Office.
  15. Capture one or both of the political parties in the United States.
  16. Use technical decisions of the courts to weaken basic American institutions by claiming their activities violate civil rights.
  17. Get control of the schools. Use them as transmission belts for socialism and current Communist propaganda. Soften the curriculum. Get control of teachers' associations. Put the party line in textbooks.
  18. Gain control of all student newspapers.
  19. Use student riots to foment public protests against programs or organizations which are under Communist attack.
  20. Infiltrate the press. Get control of book-review assignments, editorial writing, policymaking positions.
  21. Gain control of key positions in radio, TV, and motion pictures.
  22. Continue discrediting American culture by degrading all forms of artistic expression. An American Communist cell was told to "eliminate all good sculpture from parks and buildings, substitute shapeless, awkward and meaningless forms."
  23. Control art critics and directors of art museums. "Our plan is to promote ugliness, repulsive, meaningless art."
  24. Eliminate all laws governing obscenity by calling them "censorship" and a violation of free speech and free press.
  25. Break down cultural standards of morality by promoting pornography and obscenity in books, magazines, motion pictures, radio, and TV.
  26. Present homosexuality, degeneracy and promiscuity as "normal, natural, healthy."
  27. Infiltrate the churches and replace revealed religion with "social" religion. Discredit the Bible and emphasize the need for intellectual maturity which does not need a "religious crutch."
  28. Eliminate prayer or any phase of religious expression in the schools on the ground that it violates the principle of "separation of church and state."
  29. Discredit the American Constitution by calling it inadequate, old-fashioned, out of step with modern needs, a hindrance to cooperation between nations on a worldwide basis.
  30. Discredit the American Founding Fathers. Present them as selfish aristocrats who had no concern for the "common man."
  31. Belittle all forms of American culture and discourage the teaching of American history on the ground that it was only a minor part of the "big picture." Give more emphasis to Russian history since the Communists took over.
  32. Support any socialist movement to give centralized control over any part of the culture--education, social agencies, welfare programs, mental health clinics, etc.
  33. Eliminate all laws or procedures which interfere with the operation of the Communist apparatus.
  34. Eliminate the House Committee on Un-American Activities.
  35. Discredit and eventually dismantle the FBI.
  36. Infiltrate and gain control of more unions.
  37. Infiltrate and gain control of big business.
  38. Transfer some of the powers of arrest from the police to social agencies. Treat all behavioral problems as psychiatric disorders which no one but psychiatrists can understand.
  39. Dominate the psychiatric profession and use mental health laws as a means of gaining coercive control over those who oppose Communist goals.
  40. Discredit the family as an institution. Encourage promiscuity and easy divorce.
  41. Emphasize the need to raise children away from the negative influence of parents. Attribute prejudices, mental blocks and retarding of children to suppressive influence of parents.
  42. Create the impression that violence and insurrection are legitimate aspects of the American tradition; that students and special-interest groups should rise up and use united force to solve economic, political or social problems.
  43. Overthrow all colonial governments before native populations are ready for self-government.
  44. Internationalize the Panama Canal.
  45. Repeal the Connally reservation so the United States cannot prevent the World Court from seizing jurisdiction over nations and individuals alike.


Al Gore Contributes To Global Warming By Smoking?

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Apparently Al Gore lit up a cigar the other day at a restaurant. So what's the big deal? Nothing ... if you're not Al Gore. Gore gave a speech to the UN recently in which he said cigarette smoking is a “significant” contributor to global warming. I know what you're thinking ... and no ... you can not separate cigars and cigarettes. No doubt Gore has purchased carbon credits from himself as an offset to smoking this stogie.

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Rumsfeld Hospitalized For Heart Treatment

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Not possible! I thought Rummy didn't have a heart. I can't wait to hear what the lefty sites have to say about this one.

Another School Bans Parents From Gay Seminar

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Yesterday I told you about a high school that required 14 year olds to attend a homosexual seminar, and forced the kids to sign a confidentiality agreement saying they would not tell their parents.

Well ... it's happened again.

Administrators at North Newton High School in Newton, Mass., have held a seminar for students that explained how to know they are homosexual, but banned parents from attending.

The event, called "ToBeGlad Day," was the school's "Transgender Bisexual Gay Lesbian Awareness Day," and students were given a pamphlet that explains what it means to be "gay," tells students how they are supposed to know if they are "gay," and responds to the question, "Will I ever have sex?"

You can see their pamphlet here. They also provided links to gay websites, and contact info on gay groups. Non of which I have a problem with as long as parents are given an opportunity to opt their kids out of the seminar.

This is an actual picture from the pamphlet. This image shouldn't be acceptable in any school.



Given the transgender subject matter involved with this seminar ... I wonder if this is really a girl dancing.


No Christianity At Jamestown

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Whether anyone likes it or not ... this country was founded by Christians. Jamestown, VA is the birthplace of the US, and is celebrating its 400th anniversary this year. Although you are banned from celebrating.

No big surprise ... the settlers at Jamestown were Christian. Problem is ... the tour guides are not allowed to tell you that.

Airport Imams Are Suing

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Not a real surprise that they are suing US Airways, but they are also going to sue the passengers of the plane they were thrown off of.

Buried in paragraph 21 of their complaint. It describes "John Doe" defendants whose identity the imams' attorneys are still investigating. It reads: "Defendants 'John Does' were passengers ... who contacted U.S. Airways to report the alleged 'suspicious' behavior of Plaintiffs' performing their prayer at the airport terminal."

Paragraph 22 adds: "Plaintiffs will seek leave to amend this Complaint to allege true names, capacities, and circumstances supporting [these defendants'] liability ... at such time as Plaintiffs ascertain the same."


So who are the "John Does?" Apparently an older couple.

Daily Kos Poster Admires Khalid Sheikh Mohammed

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Patriatism questioned.

Embassy Suites Turns Away 4th Graders Seeking Shelter From Tornado

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Despicable ... just despicable.

The kids were on a field trip when the tornadoes hit.

The 4th graders and their teachers, reportedly, went to the Embassy Suites Hotel to escape. Instead of being rescued, an employee, allegedly, told them the hotel was full and turned them away. "It's still unacceptable to be turned away in a moment that harm is potentially present," says Baldwin County School Spokesperson Terry Wilhite.

They got to a community center, and are ok.

Hillary Supports Ethnic Cleansing

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Notice any similarities with Hillary's salute, and the solute of the French officer?


Well ... at least she doesn't believe in interfering with it.

In a half-hour interview on Tuesday in her Senate office, Mrs. Clinton said the scaled-down American military force that she would maintain in Iraq after taking office would stay off the streets in Baghdad and would no longer try to protect Iraqis from sectarian violence — even if it descended into ethnic cleansing.

Capt Ed responded to her statement flawlessly.

It’s abysmal, cynical, and completely self-serving. To commit the US to inaction in the face of genocide is nothing short of breathtaking, especially with the Left agitating for action — and rightly so — in Darfur. It should also remind voters of Bill Clinton’s record in Rwanda.

Then you find this little tidbit on Hillary's senate statements page today:

Washington, DC — Deeply concerned by the continuing genocide in Darfur, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton has sent a letter to President Bush, urging him to take steps to protect civilians and address the crisis in Darfur. Senator Clinton’s letter emphasized her concern regarding continued violence against civilians and aid workers in Darfur, recent accounts of sexual violence against children, and escalating tensions between Sudan and Chad. Her letter reiterated the importance of a durable peace agreement between the conflicting parties, but emphasized that peace talks should not forestall efforts to ensure the safety of the people of Darfur.

So Hillary is willing to use force to stop ethnic cleansing in Darfur (a problem caused by global warming), but will order US troops to stand by and take no action in Iraq?

Redstate had it right when they said:

Sudan + violence = send troops, protect civilians!

Iraq + violence + vital national security interests = withdraw!

This whole thing sounds like Haiti and Rwanda all over again. She definitely following in her husband's footsteps.

Dems Told To Avoid Colbert Report

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Who could be afraid of this guy?

Rep. Rahm Emanuel (D-Ill.), the Democratic Caucus chairman, has told new Democratic members of Congress to steer clear of Stephen Colbert, or at least his satirical Comedy Central program, “The Colbert Report.”

Oh ... Rahm Emanuel is afraid of him.

“He said don’t do it … it’s a risk and it’s probably safer not to do it,” said Rep. Steve Cohen. But the freshman lawmaker from Tennessee taped a segment that last week was featured in the 32nd installment of the “Better Know a District” series. Colbert asked Cohen whether he was a black woman. He isn’t.

Eyes (but thankfully, not heads) roll in Emanuel’s office when other freshmen stumble, such as the time Rep. John Yarmuth (D-Ky.) got into a debate about the merits of throwing kittens into a wood-chipper, or when Rep. Zack Space (D-Ohio) explained that he is not his predecessor, convicted felon Bob Ney (R).

For the record ... I like the Colbert Report even though it designed to make fun of Republicans.

Guess Who's Going For The Insanity Defense

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Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is confessing to all sorts of terrorist plots lately ... including 9/11. We've already heard how smart he is, and that he has a tendency to exaggerate his claims.

Yesterday I wrote that the claim would be he was tortured into saying those things, and that is confirmed here, and here. Now there is a possibility to go with an insanity plea to avoid the death penalty.

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