Sunday, March 30, 2008
Saturday, March 29, 2008
Will the Mothers Who Left Their Children at the Blogosphere...
As to Hewitt's final point it is worth noting that the Chicago Sun Times did exactly that, dumping Mark Steyn while retaining racial, Wright and Obama apologist Mary Mitchell.
Hat Tip: Professor Reynolds at Instapundit.
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Sadam Paid For Democrat's Prewar Propaganda Trip
Prosecuters say that they have no reason to believe that the Congressmen knew that Sadam was the source of the funds that paid for their moonbat junket. However, considering the talk that had been going around for years even at that time that certain Detroit businessmen were actually funnels for Sadam Hussein's influence using cold hard cash, I really have to wonder how naive those three are.
Thank you gentlemen.
Monday, March 24, 2008
Professor Reynolds Blogs About Zombies - Again
Schoolgirls Arrested at Holy Name Cathedral
Left to right: Donte Smith, 21, Ryane Ziemba, 25, and Ephran Ramirez Jr., 22 are three of the Catholic Schoolgirls Against the War. The schoolgirls now await their Monday morning bond hearing.
Thursday, March 20, 2008
Obama's Racist "Minister"
What is it With Obama, his Friends and Grandmothers?
Wednesday, March 19, 2008
Nut Cases in Chicago
The march featured the usual groups of fascists, communists, dead-enders and pseudo-jihadists, including a group of high school and college-age kids who mindlessly chanted "intifada. intifada!" There was a guy with a hand-painted SDS sign who was not getting the love he felt he deserved, likely because only the ornery old leftists knew what the hell the sign meant, for most of the crowd it may as well have read "PMS". Photos to follow.
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Is the World Running Out of Rice?
The Philippines has run out of their food staple, rice, and they are frantically trying to source it from around the world. They are not having the success that they need to have, the Filipino government bought rice in Manila Monday at prices that were up 30% to 50% from January and they could only get about half of what they wanted. They came to the US yesterday and bought one fifth of what they bought Monday. They are in trouble, if you have friends or family in the Philippines send them packages of food staples, they might need them. The shortages in the Philippines are attributable to a drought last year in their Luzon province and a multiple year drought in Australia.