Daily Archives: December 11, 2008

The Frozen Tundra Of….. Louisiana

I’m dreaming of a white Christmas took on a new meaning in Louisiana as eight inches of snow fell in parts of that state. New Orleans got about an inch, while a town to the northwest got the full eight. … Continue reading

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To Seat Or Not To Seat

I have heard a number of pundits cheerfully express – with great confidence – that If Rod Blagojevich were to appoint someone to the Senate that that body would “refuse to seat him (or her). Turns out it isn’t that … Continue reading

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Blame = Politics

Victor Davis Hanson looks at the sudden change in tune by the media and the incoming Obama administration. He asks some questions that everyone should consider when vicious political attacks start flying. Questions that identify the vicious political attacks for … Continue reading

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