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British Police Arrest 8, Seize Bomb-Making Chemical in Suspected Terror Plot Ammonium nitrate. Half a ton of it, which for those of you who know your chemistry, goes BOOM in a big way. . . The chief anti-terrorism officer of … Continue reading

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Scientists On The Verge of Creating Life There’s an old joke that runs something like this: A group of scientists went to God an announced they no longer needed Him. God raised an eyebrow and replied, “Okay, I’ll go away … Continue reading

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Warnings from Islam’s ‘messianic whirlpool’ Not that I am a big fan of WorldNetDaily or anything (more of a DrudgeReport kind of guy), but this one was valid enough to make some of the intel warning lists: An Israeli intelligence … Continue reading

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Thursday’s Hearing Proving a Success I think I hit a hornet’s nest. Folks have been e-mailing and contacting me with many messages of thanks and support. It’s kinda cool – very humbling to see that we are indeed pushing in … Continue reading

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Demonstrators Swarm Around Rove’s Home More civility from the left: Protesters poured out of one school bus after another, piercing an otherwise quiet, peaceful Sunday in Rove’s Palisades neighborhood in Northwest, chanting, “Karl, Karl, come on out! See what the … Continue reading

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Best Field Goal Kick Ever! This is something you have to watch, even if you are not a fan of soccer.

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Tax rate, budget debated Yep, yours truly made the paper again, this time managing to anger about 50% of the Spotsylvania County School System: Two hours into a public hearing on Spotsylvania County’s proposed budget, speakers supporting the advertised real-estate … Continue reading

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Pope Says Sundays for God, Not Sports But I’m sure he is still a Redskins fan. Honest! “When Sunday loses its fundamental meaning and becomes subordinate to a secular concept of ‘weekend’ dominated by such things as entertainment and sport, … Continue reading

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TAX HEARING TONIGHT AT COURTLAND HIGH SCHOOL, 7:30 P.M. For those of your riled up about the proposed 13% tax hike in Spotsylvania County, the public hearing will be held tonight at Courtland High School at 7:30pm. Bring the family, … Continue reading

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