Monthly Archives: April 2003

Fredericksburg Muslims Feel Misunderstood This is a good article from this morning’s Free Lance-Star on the current condition of area Muslims: “Ever since 9/11, and then again during the war with Iraq, people have been staring at me,” said Gotham … Continue reading

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Proof that Saddam Worked with al-Qaeda Here we go. Read it and weep, peacemongers. Iraqi intelligence documents discovered in Baghdad by The Telegraph have provided the first evidence of a direct link between Osama bin Laden’s al-Qa’eda terrorist network and … Continue reading

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MWConservative? I didn’t know they existed. Actually this is my brother Art’s attempt to get a conservative POV across at Mary Washington College. Unfortunately he starts it off with a “save the name” piece. Couldn’t he have started with the … Continue reading

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Blogger vs. MovableType vs. SixApart? Blogger is easy to use. MT is a pain in the netherregions to set up on your sever. The UK Guardian is reporting on a new alternative to both called SixApart saves all of your … Continue reading

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Turnaboot is fair play. . . Seems as if Our Friendly Neighbors to the North have something to say about international institutions. Stolen from Instapundit, of course: For the individual traveller Toronto is obviously still a safe place to visit, … Continue reading

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Annan to US: “RESPECT!” Kofi Annan decided to give a few words of advice to the “occupying power” in Iraq. You read it right, occupying power. . . The United States has reacted angrily to comments made by United Nations … Continue reading

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Who in city will run on pro-development platform? Who indeed? I have heard rumors on both ends. Charlie McDaniel has surfaced, his son’s name has surfaced. The other day I even heard that former Mayor Lawrence Davies is considering another … Continue reading

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Americanism and Traditionalists I’ll post this so that all may see the argumentation: I’ll go over Americanism and I’ll show you where I think traditionalists go wrong. Keep in mind that for Leo XIII, the last two are products of … Continue reading

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Russia Predicting ‘Catastrophic’ Events in North Korea Woah. I really hope this is just classic Russian pessimism, but given the brinkmanship that North Korea seems to be playing, I wouldn’t doubt the veracity of this statement: A top Russian Foreign … Continue reading

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Rappahannock Review! Yep, I get to do Rappahannock Review today. The taping should air on Channel 3 on Thursday, 7:30pm. And finally, I’ll be sitting in with a Fredericksburg Democrat! I was half-heartedly beginning to believe that they didn’t exist. … Continue reading

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