Daily Archives: November 12, 2006

What Kyoto Is Turning Into

Untitled document Indications are that it may well be being used as a wedge issue to force UN control over what nations do. Headline: "Canada faces U.N. grilling over Kyoto abandonment". The story is about the fact that Canada can not … Continue reading

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What Loyalty Is Worth

Untitled document By all reports, Steny Hoyer did a very good job of helping marshal the Democrats into a unified front in the House. Today, he found out what all that hard work did for him. It did Jack. Because … Continue reading

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Live Down Under Zombie Located!

Untitled document We told you about the zombies stealing cars from law-abiding citizens of Australia expressly for the purpose of drag racing around the countryside. The authorities are, of course, trying to pin the blame on actual, living Australians since … Continue reading

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Don’t Do This

Untitled document The trial balloons have been coming fast and furious and are now reaching epic proportions. As Powerline explains: How's that for multilateralism? The report's conclusions apparently are being cleared in advance by Middle Eastern intelligence officials. The proposals … Continue reading

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What Potty Did You Want To Vote For?

Untitled document A woman working at a polling place in Poland got into a verbal confrontation with other poll workers about alleged irregularities with the voting. She demanded that the polling place be closed. When the others refused, she grabbed … Continue reading

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Mirror, Mirror

Untitled document All the way back in January, I noted a plan to install a giant mirror so that sun would shine into the village square of the tiny village of Viganella, located deep in a valley in the Italian … Continue reading

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Saving The World….

Untitled document ….One ultra-luxury hotel resort at a time. The folks in Europe will be thrilled at the news that some 70 members of the European Parliament will make the tough and dangerous trek to study what to do about … Continue reading

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Just In Case You Forgot

Untitled document Iran is still busily pursuing nuclear weapons. And Mad Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has absolutely no respect for – or fear of – the UN Security Council. "It is most embarrassing that the U.N Security Council, which should be the … Continue reading

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Menendez Still Under Investigation?

Untitled document It would seem the the US attorney in New Jersey is still very much interested in looking into Robert Menendez's real estate dealing. New subpoenas have been issued in the case. Federal investigators have resumed their inquiry into … Continue reading

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Everything You Know Is Wrong

Untitled document About Donald Rumsfeld, according to a person familiar with him. Douglas J. Feith worked closely with Rumsfeld for four years. He refutes a lot of the popular myths about the man. Especially the cartoonish figure that his political … Continue reading

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Voting Ourselves Off The Island

Untitled document Mark Steyn looks at the threat to the nation that a withdrawal from Iraq would entail. His assessment is exceedingly bleak. The jihad crowd know that. So instead they employed a craftier strategy. Their view of America is … Continue reading

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Comment Database Problems

Untitled document My hosting company is working on a problem on their end that is causing problems in the Crabitat. At the moment, commenting will not work. They promise to get it fixed promptly. UPDATE: And they did, indeed fix … Continue reading

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An Inconvenient Voice, Round Two

Untitled document It seems that the first part of Christopher Monckton's assault on the conventional wisdom on global warming has started a major ruckus. Which is what I predicted, not that it was hard to foresee. But many of the … Continue reading

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On The Other Side Of The Aisle

Untitled document The last post looked at an analysis of the likely Republican candidates for president in 2008. The Washington Post balanced that op-ed with one looking at the two presumptive front-runners in the Democratic party. Benjamin Wallace-Wells looks at … Continue reading

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The Once And Future Election

Untitled document Already, the handicappers are analyzing the playing field for the 2008 elections. They started doing that before the ballots were cast in the 2004 election, of course. But now that the midterms are over, it becomes less of a … Continue reading

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