Monthly Archives: November 2005

Ferarra: Get Real, Conservatives!

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NLS: Is the GOP Senate Majority in Trouble?

Ben Tribbett wonders aloud whether or not the Democratic slam-dunk in NOVA spells trouble for the GOP in the Virginia Senate: The reason Republicans are so worried is they control four seats in Northern Virginia. These seats all saw dramatic … Continue reading

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Reporter’s tears for Arafat were ‘biased’

A BBC board has determined that one of their reporters crying over the death of Yasser Arafat might be… um… a bit out of sorts: Ms Plett’s mention of her tearful response ‘breached the requirements of due impartiality’, the governors … Continue reading

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Grant Paulsen on LaDanian Tomlinson

17-year old sports writer Grant Paulsen had me laughing out loud this morning, regarding Chargers RB LaDanian Tomlinson: Tomlinson is the better of the two, and probably the top player at his position in football. Still only 26 and in … Continue reading

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Orlando

In Orlando for a conference for the entire week, so at the moment I’m doing all the requisite hotel room nesting. It’s a long drive from Fredericksburg to Orlando…

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Chavez’s offers cheap oil in Boston, NY

Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez is offering cheap oil to low-income families in Boston and New York for 40% less than market value: To the anger of many in Washington, Citgo Petroleum Corporation, a company controlled by the Venezuelan Government, will … Continue reading

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Website update

Visitors to the old website will remember that the old blog had a lot more on it than just the blog. Most of my college papers were up, as well as old apologetics information, white papers, and other cool and … Continue reading

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H5N1 ‘all over’ Jakarta

H5N1 bird flu has reportedly spread all over the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. What does this mean? Well, if the H5N1 virus is as serious as the oundits are saying it is, it means the end of the world is … Continue reading

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Justice Scalia beats Al Franken like he stole something

Franken vs. Scalia in a Celebrity Deathmatch. Who wins? Page Six said Franken, who hosts a program on the liberal Air America network, ‘found out the hard way not to mess with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who chided … Continue reading

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FLS: What should we do with Maury School?

The FLS opinion page wonders aloud what should happen to Maury School, a building that has been empty for almost as long as I have been alive. I was part of the 2002 process to try to put a Catholic … Continue reading

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