Monthly Archives: December 2005

Bush and the "Great Liberator"

I can’t help myself on this one. Conservative blogs such as Power Line are watering down the spying on American citizens by invoking what has to be the worst example of all — President Abraham Lincoln — which has devolved … Continue reading

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Merry Xmas!

I’ll be leaving this afternoon out of BWI to go see my family out in Missouri for a week. Just got back from Mass, kids are opening presents, coffee is being brewed, and I… am blogging. Merry Christmas everyone. For … Continue reading

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NORAD Tracks Santa!

It’s Christmas somewhere! Track where Santa is right now! This is the 50th Anniversary that NORAD and its predecessor, the Continental Air Defense Command (CONAD) have tracked Santa. The tradition began after a Colorado Springs-based Sears Roebuck & Co. store … Continue reading

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Elect Chris Peace for Delegate

Probable 97th District GOP Candidate Chris Peace has one of the best website designs I have seen in a long while. Great stuff! Just needs a campaign blog…

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Mary’s veil? A condom.

The Jesuits in charge of America have done it again, this time missing this: The apparent prank by a London-based artist offered what he called the “Extra Virgin” statue for sale, “a stunning … statue of the Virgin Mary standing … Continue reading

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For all the Groh-haters out there

Groh’s offensive coordinator Ron Prince was named head coach of Kansas State; defensive coordinator Al Golden will take over head coaching duties at Temple; outside linebackers coach Danny Rocco will lead Liberty; and inside linebackers/special teams coach Mark D’Onofrio will … Continue reading

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Cato: Budget Cuts Not Cutting It

Courtesy of the friendly folks at the Cato Institute: ‘The Senate yesterday passed nearly $40 billion in spending reductions in a furious pre-Christmas finish marked by testy floor debate and a rare tie-breaking vote cast by Vice President Dick Cheney,’ … Continue reading

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Virginia Centrist: Challenging Allen, Part II

Now the conversation has turned towards who would benefit, not necessarily a win in 2006, but a loss against Allen and a comeback in ’08. Some good comments (if you’re a Dem). However, recall Jim Miller against Oliver North in … Continue reading

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Tell us how you really feel…

Courtesy of The Political Teen, an 77-year old Iraqi voter offers her thoughts on critics of President Bush and America: “Anybody who doesn’t appreciate what America has done and President Bush, let them go to hell” — Iraqi Citizen, voter … Continue reading

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Virginia Centrist: Challenging Allen

Virginia Centrist has this post regarding who – if anyone – can seriously challenge Senator Allen in 2006. For the most part, he’s right: Running a credible Senate campaign against a longtime incumbent requires a few things: 1. Some negatives … Continue reading

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