Daily Archives: July 15, 2006

Change For A Quarter?

Untitled document It's interesting to me that the MSM chooses to keep using a lot of the same experts to comment on certain subjects. It seems like you see the same people being quoted quite often in the media these … Continue reading

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Horizon

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101st Blog Of The Day

Untitled document Today, it is kind of fitting that my ongoing mission to visit one member of the fighting 101st took me over to Israel Matzav, the blog of Carl in Jerusalem. He has a lot more close-up view on … Continue reading

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The Left And The War In The Middle East

Untitled document My friend Rick over at The Real Ugly American has a bit of a fisking for a post by Kevin Drum that explains the silence of the left (for the most part) over the war currently raging in … Continue reading

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Typical/Atypical

Untitled document The Arab League held an emergency meeting today to discuss the situation in Lebanon and Gaza. They responded in a typical fashion: The Arab League said on Saturday after an emergency meeting of foreign ministers in Cairo that … Continue reading

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The Email I Spoke About

Untitled document I just got off the phone with Hugh Hewitt, who's doing a special Saturday program. I wanted to tell him of the email I got from my son, serving his second tour in Iraq. I had to do … Continue reading

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Hugh Hewitt Show

Untitled document Bill Roggio from the Counterterrorism Blog is on Hugh Hewitt right now talking about the situation in Lebanon right now. You can listen on the web at the KRLA website. Which is what I'm doing at the moment. … Continue reading

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UN Security Council Adopts North Korea Resolution

Untitled document The UN Security Council has unanimously adopted a resolution condemning North Korea's missile testing and demanding it suspend it's missile program. The resolution is essentially toothless since it does not invoke article 7 of the UN charter. The … Continue reading

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Bill Clinton Backs Lieberman

Untitled document You know what, I hate to agree with anything Bill Clinton says but in this case he nails it. Clinton made some remarks concerning the Connecticut primary that are spot on. "If we allow our differences over what … Continue reading

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Soup’s On!

Untitled document TC over at LeatherPenguin has the scoop on some serious fresh victuals that came ashore on Staten Island just in time for dinner! Do NOT miss the pictures! Tweet

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All Lebanese Radar Stations Destroyed

Untitled document The IDF has destroyed every Lebanese radar station and attacked Beirut proper. I'd say this is likely linked to the attack yesterday on shipping using radar guided drones. With everything else off the air, it will be easier … Continue reading

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Israel Deploys Patriot Missile Batteries In Haifa

Untitled document The IDF has deployed Patriot missile batteries in Haifa. Although the Patriot missiles will not work against Katyusha rockets, they can be used against the types of surface to surface missiles that Syria possesses. I think this indicates … Continue reading

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A Departure

Untitled document Normally, we have a lot of fun with animal stories around here. Especially when we can work in the "animal uprising" theme. Today is a little bit of a departure in that there really is a serious message … Continue reading

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Connecticut’s Bulldog

Untitled document That's Joe Lieberman's response to the Lamont attack saying Lieberman was "Bush's lapdog". Lieberman replied: "I consider myself Connecticut's bulldog." The Hartford Courant has been giving excellent coverage of the primary battle in Connecticut. Today is no exception. … Continue reading

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Pool Harbor

Untitled document On Father's Day, I was the victim of a surprise attack by my family. First they lulled me into a false sense of security, then, when I wasn't looking, 'wham'. The setup was my wife sending my youngest … Continue reading

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