Sunday, June 25, 2006

Reid on Race

Reid calls language proposal racist

By Charles Hurt
May 19, 2006

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid called a proposal to make English the official language "racist" on the Senate floor yesterday.
"This amendment is racist. I think it's directed basically to people who speak Spanish," the Democrat said during the already tense debate over immigration reform.
Moments later, the Senate approved the measure on a 63-34 vote.

Friday, June 23, 2006

MSM Subversion

What Does the Congress Think of the New York Times' Assist to Terrorists?
Hugh Hewitt, June 23, 2006

The irresponsibility of the New York Times and Los Angeles Times combined with the arrogance of their management in refusing to be available to anyone concerning their decisions puts the burden on Congress to act....

Be sure to read Heather MacDonald's and Gabriel Schoenfeld's pieces from the new Weekly Standard on this subject.


To hear Bill Keller, Editor, New York Times explain it, subversion is the highest form of patriotism. Somehow he imagines he and his gang of lefty overlords are above the law. His high moral superiority needs to be brought back to earth with a some serious jail time.

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Kerry's Bad Timing

Dems Fear Kerry Now Says Wrong Thing at Wrong Time

From Opinion Journal, Best of the Web Today, June 21, 2006

The New York Times reports that Senate Democrats are criticizing Kerry behind his back:
Mr. Kerry has found his resolve. But it has not made his fellow Democrats any happier. They fear the latest evolution of Mr. Kerry's views on Iraq may now complicate their hopes of taking back a majority in Congress in 2006. . . .
Senate Democrats have been loath to express their opinions publicly, determined to emphasize a united front. But interviews suggest a frustration with Mr. Kerry, never popular among the caucus, and still unpopular among many Democrats for failing to defeat a president they considered vulnerable. Privately, some of his Democratic peers complain that he is too focused on the next presidential campaign.
If Republicans were leveling criticisms like this, they'd be accused of "swift-boating" Kerry.

Beat the Heat

Clinton's White House hopes hit by poll
Wednesday, June 21, 2006, The Guardian

Almost half of Americans could never bring themselves to vote for Hillary Clinton in a presidential election, according to an opinion poll published yesterday which shows how much of a struggle the former first lady faces.

The CNN poll will alarm the Clinton camp after finding that 47% of those questioned would "definitely not vote for" the New York senator - a negative score that towers over the two Republicans most favoured to oppose her in the 2008 election. Only 30% of respondents said the same about Rudy Giuliani, and 34% about John McCain.

"This is the kind of number that only goes up as campaign controversies accumulate," said Larry Sabato, the director of the Centre for Politics at the University of Virginia. "It would mean she'd have to run a near-perfect campaign in the best possible circumstances in order to win.

Sunday, June 18, 2006

The Coulter Crush

"Godless" Now #1 on NYT Bestseller List

Ann Coulter's latest book, "Godless: The Church of Liberalism" will debut at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list for nonfiction on June 25, 2006, reflecting an extraordinary first week of sales.

You can get Ann Coulter's "Godless" for just $4.99 -- Go Here Now.

This will mark her fifth New York Times bestseller book.

Go, Ann!

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Global Scamming

Murtha Memorabilia

The Left and its MSM Mourn Loss of Ally in War on Bush

From The Jawa Report

While the average American is celebrating news that al Qaeda in Iraq terrorist leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is dead, mainstream press reaction to the news of Zarqawi's death has been panic. The story, too big to simply ignore, endangers the carefully constructed memes of Iraq as a Vietnam-like quaqmire and President Bush and Donald Rumsfeld as ineffective leaders in the War on Terror.

HT: Right Truth for the commentary
HT: for the image concept

Thursday, June 8, 2006


Not captured, but dead. Good!
Good day for Iraqis.
Good day for Middle East.
Good day for America.
Bad day for Kennedy, Kerry, Reid, Pelosi, Durban, Schumer, Dodd, Leahy, Dean. Feingold, Murtha, Gore, Sheehan and such.

Wednesday, June 7, 2006


I read about half of it this afternoon, and I think this may well be her best. She exposes the left's mindset and its dishonorable tactics as no one before her has. She speaks truth to political correctness, where others have lacked either the intellect or the courage.

Liberals know it, and they are not happy campers..

Do yourself a favor and get a copy. The book is a milestone in our culture war and it's impact may be historic.

Tuesday, June 6, 2006

Strange Siting

Bush Rallies Gay Marriage Opponents
Laurie Kellman (AP Online)

"A vote for this amendment is a vote for bigotry pure and simple," said Democratic Sen. Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts, where the state Supreme Court legalized gay marriages in 2003.Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid of Nevada, who says he believes marriage is the union of a man and a woman...

Monday, June 5, 2006

Sunday, June 4, 2006

Lighter Than Air Itself

Standing for social justice and whirled peas.

Saturday, June 3, 2006

Elite Media Rulers

In leftspeak, it would be the hegemonic media oppressors.

Global Melting

In the Church of Climatology, science informs our politics insofar as it reinforces the political agenda. Global melting, for example, mandates Latin American immigration as a driving moral imperative.

Thursday, June 1, 2006


We can celebrate Hillary's inclusiveness, when she grabs for every special interest in sight, then straddles to the center as expedient.

“I've Always Been a Yankees Fan: Hillary Clinton in Her Own Words” (World Ahead Publishing; paperback: $12.95; ISBN 0974670189), compiled by Thomas Kuiper, features a cover image of the former first lady wearing a Chicago Cubs hat. The book documents over 500 of Hillary's most telling quotes, making it the most extensive collection of her flip-flops, outrageous claims, and off-color sentiments ever compiled. And while the New York senator's acolytes have predictably tried to attack the book's credibility, its quotes are drawn from 63 published books and over 100 articles, an exceptionally broad assortment of sources that withstands the scrutiny of their partisan sniping. Source: PR Web Press Release Newswire

Al Pocalypse

At Least They're Consistent
Posted by Mithridate Ombud on May 23, 2006 - 12:59.
Courtesy of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

Following are some of the Chicken Little writings of the New York Times and Time Magazine over the years.

Time, Sept. 10, 1923: "The discoveries of changes in the sun's heat and the southward advance of glaciers in recent years have given rise to conjecture of the possible advent of a new ice age."
NYT, Sept. 18, 1924: "MacMillan Reports Signs of New Ice Age."
NYT, March 27, 1933: "America in Longest Warm Spell Since 1776; Temperature Line Records a 25-Year Rise."
Time, Jan. 2, 1939: "Gaffers who claim that winters were harder when they were boys are quite right ... weather men have no doubt that the world at least for the time being is growing warmer."
Time, June 24, 1974: "Climatological Cassandras are becoming increasingly apprehensive, for the weather aberrations they are studying may be the harbinger of another ice age."
NYT, May 21, 1975: "Scientists Ponder Why World's Climate is Changing; A Major Cooling Widely Considered to Be Inevitable."
Time, April 9, 2001: "(S)cientists no longer doubt that global warming is happening, and almost nobody questions the fact that humans are at least partly responsible."
NYT, Dec. 27, 2005: "Past Hot Times Hold Few Reasons to Relax About New Warming."

Anyone who says the Earth will get (circle one) hotter/colder is right, given enough time. We've had ice ages, little ice ages, as well as warming periods. None of them were caused by humans.
Why is this any different?

HT: NewsBusters.Org

Baby Boomer Liberals

Iraq and the Liberal Baby Boomers Best of the Web Today, by Jame Taranto, 31 May 2006

America's defeat in Vietnam was a triumph for Americans of a certain ideological and generational profile....

Then, the perversity of reveling in tragedy....

Baby-boomer liberalism, with its smug sense of moral superiority and its impatience with America's imperfections, is today the prevailing worldview among many of our elite institutions, not least the so-called mainstream media...