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9/11 panel: New evidence on Iraq-Al-Qaida Thanks to the recent row stemming from the definition of the word “contacts,” it seems as if the administration is now being forced to show it’s cards, proving once again that yes, there is … Continue reading

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NYTimes Slams Clinton Memoirs The New York Times (more specifically, Michiko Kakutani) gave a scathing critique of President Clinton’s “My Life”: s his celebrated 1993 speech in Memphis to the Church of God in Christ demonstrated, former President Bill Clinton … Continue reading

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Life As A Gift For Eternity Upon the death of my grandfather, there has been a general excavation of old papers, notes, pictures, and such at the house. One of the gems that have been uncovered (in my opinion anyhow) … Continue reading

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EU Constitution Compromise Gained – Without Christianity Reference One more reason why I am glad to be an American. European Union leaders agreed Friday on the first constitution for the reunited continent, spelling out the voting system and nations’ rights … Continue reading

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Some Lessons From Nations That Won the War On Terror America isn’t the first, nor will it be the last nation to fight a war against terrorists. Amir Taheri argues not only that over the last 20 years, not a … Continue reading

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Kerry and the Mark of McCain Colbert King of the Washington Post wrote a rather scathing critique of Democratic nominee John Kerry’s courting of Republican Senator John McCain: A McCain on the Democratic ticket would have put Kerry in a … Continue reading

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CHANGES Trying to change some things in order to do a quick fix for my IE crisis. I can’t figure out what is wrong with my code, which only points a finger towards Blogger. More later. . . UPDATE: Well … Continue reading

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U.S. hostage Johnson beheaded If you are sqeamish, then don’t click here. Otherwise, CNN is reporting that the terrorists have indeed beheaded Paul Johnson: Abdel Aziz Al-Muqrin, the self-proclaimed military leader of al Qaeda in Saudi Arabia, had threatened Tuesday … Continue reading

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Netscape vs. MS Internet Explorer I use Netscape most of the time because of the neat tab feature, but also because it seems to load the pages in a certain order with text first, images second, all that fun stuff. … Continue reading

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