You can always smell the fear coming off the newsprint or screen when David Brooks descends into the viciousness usually masked by the professorial tone he usually aspires to as a "reasonable" ...
This is my contribution for a Memorial Day weekend holiday diversion. What is the greatest speech in movie history? I’m pulling the clips from the American Rhetoric web site – ...
Anyone who has followed the "will he or wont he" saga of Al Gore knows that his spokeswoman, Kalee Kreider, has been even more determined to hush the whispers of a candidacy than Al himself. Which ...
This is the beginning of week 12 of my second tour in Iraq. Its not any better than the first time. This time, a lot of things have gotten even worse. The last time, you knew the Iraqi ...
I would have voted no on today's Iraq War Supplemental Funding Bill. I am angry that the Democrats allowed it to pass. I'm tired of Democrats that go ducking and covering every time the Republicans ...
We've seen a flood of diaries from various representatives over the last few days, explaining why they are voting no on the war funding bill.
I could care less.
I'll tell you below the fold.
This is what I plan to say the next time I get a call from the DNC, the DSCC or the DCCC. Take me off your list. No more money. From now on, I will give money only to specific candidates who ...
I have been unhappy with the coverage of global warming in the local media in the last couple of weeks. Ch. 6 WJAC, The Outdoor Times, and the Altoona Mirror have all run stories or editorials that ...
But only if it gets told, gets told loudly, clearly, simply and repetitively. It is still unfolding, even though it has been happening for years. It is pervasive, deep, goes against the very first ...
I wanted to link to a couple really good posts that I’ve seen in the past few days about the Democrats’ strategy on the Iraq supplemental spending bill. They drive home what a mistake ...