Daily Archives: July 30, 2007

Roberts Suffered Seizure

Untitled document US Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts suffered what is being described as a "a benign idiopathic seizure." It is not known whether Roberts will require anti-seizure medication or exactly what this condition means at this time. But … Continue reading

Posted in Legal, Medicine | 1 Comment

Do You Like My New Street?

Untitled document Three Dog Night?!! Yeah… Oh! I love them! They're my favorite band!.. ow gawd.. oh, do you like my new car? I'm ah.. my Dad just gave it to me for graduation.. Ah yeaah?!! I'ts a … it's … Continue reading

Posted in Music, World news | 3 Comments


Untitled document Beautiful city of Glasgow, with your streets so neat and clean, Your stately mansions, and beautiful Green! Likewise your beautiful bridges across the river Clyde, And on your bonnie banks I would like to reside. Chorus Then away … Continue reading

Posted in History, World news | 4 Comments

The Crisis In British Health Care

Untitled document Continuing with all the "fabulous" news coming out about the British National Health Service, the Telegraph has a story detailing a crisis in a lack of hospital beds. Patients are being left in agony waiting to get treatment after … Continue reading

Posted in Bad Ideas, Medicine | 2 Comments

Socialized Medicine Springs Into Action!

Untitled document The much-touted (by Michael Moore at least) British National Health Service has sprung into action to aid a 108-year old woman. Yes, they are going to take really good care of Olive Beal, one of the oldest women … Continue reading

Posted in Bad Ideas, Medicine | 3 Comments


Untitled document The Hound of the Baskervilles has been caught on film! Well, ok, the inspiration for the A. Conan Doyle story anyway. The Daily Mail is about jumping up and down over the pictures of a "Demon of Dartmoor" … Continue reading

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Stop The Presses

Untitled document In what can only be regarded as a stunning op-ed in, of all places, the New York Times, Michael O'Hanlon and Kenneth Pollack of the Brookings Institution make the case that the US is winning in Iraq. Both … Continue reading

Posted in War | 11 Comments

The Churchill Effect

Untitled document David French, writing in the New York Post, takes a look at the fallout from the Ward Churchill firing. His conclusion is that this one incident has done more to expose the leftward skew in academia than years of conservative … Continue reading

Posted in Left Wing, The Ivory Tower | 1 Comment

GIGO In Action

Untitled document USA Today presents us with today's object lesson in the concept of GIGO, or 'Garbage In, Garbage Out'. Reporting on a new study that claims to have found a direct link between global warming and a rise in … Continue reading

Posted in Environment, Junk Science | 5 Comments