Daily Archives: March 7, 2009


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Meanwhile, Back In The Rest Of The Country

Outside of the Obama echo chamber in Washington (and the bigger one in the media) there are other things happening. For example, a number of states are looking at the pile of money Washington is pushing at them and finding … Continue reading

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Found On Yahoo! News

The “Gimme” menatality on full display: Tweet

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Things Lost

Or the day I killed the Crabitat. For the past two weeks or so I have been trying to get the original bluecrabboulevard.com domain back up after the hosting company took it down. I can’t really blame them, the site … Continue reading

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Math President Is Hard….

Remember the furor over Teen Talk Barbie, ‘way back in the early ’90s? A small number of the dolls shipped with programming that had the doll say, “Math class is tough!” That morphed into “Math is hard!” as the story … Continue reading

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Chicken Penguin

When is a penguin a chicken? When he’s afraid of the water. As his feathered friends bathe happily in the pool below, Kentucky the penguin sticks to his perch and looks on – because he’s afraid of cold water. The … Continue reading

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How To Insult An Ally

Mark Steyn looks at Barack Obama’s shoddy treatment of Gordon Brown. Evidently, the White House gift shop was all out of “MY GOVERNMENT DELEGATION WENT TO WASHINGTON AND ALL I GOT WAS THIS LOUSY T-SHIRT” T-shirts. Still, the “classic American … Continue reading

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Is The Ground Shifting Under Barack Obama?

Mark Tapscott believes it already has. His column is a roundup of things that indicate Obama is beginning to slip, hard and fast. * Obama remains personally popular with the public, but worries and even outright opposition to some of his cornerstone … Continue reading

Posted in Economy, Medicine, Politics, Taxes | 3 Comments

Twisted Truth

Sally Pipes, writing in the Wall Street Journal, points out that many of the stories being used by Democrats to justify socialized medicine are just that: stories. As in fiction. It isn’t Pipes’ opinion, either. The fictions are revealed by the … Continue reading

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This Bytes

Well, the Crabitat appears to be back up and running on the original domain. There is a redirect set to push anyone over here if they try to us the .net domain. I’m slowly pawing through the database attempting to … Continue reading

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