Monthly Archives: March 2006

Address to the members of the European People’s Party

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Michael Savage on the Catholic Church

Here’s how talk show host Michael Savage feels about Catholics in America: It is a pig story! It’s animal farm all over again. And also make no bones about it, it’s the greedy Catholic Church that was behind it because … Continue reading

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The Jaded JD

… is back. How the heck did I miss this? (via OMT)

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BostonHerald.com: Vaffanculo!

Did I mention how awesome Justice Scalia is?: Smith was working as a freelance photographer for the Boston archdiocese’s weekly newspaper at a special Mass for lawyers Sunday when a Herald reporter asked the justice how he responds to critics … Continue reading

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Brain Development and Intelligence Linked, Study Says

Now here’s an interesting article linking the thickness of a child’s cerebral cortex to intelligence: The scans showed that children with the highest IQs began with a relatively thin cortex — the folded outer layer of the brain that is … Continue reading

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novatownhall blog: In Jesus name?

Here’s an interesting fact I did not know: Military chaplains can invoke the name of Jesus during public prayer. Naturally, the PC crowd is going nuts trying to figure this one out. Naturally, no one should check their faith at … Continue reading

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Tribbett for Governor (Lite)

Heh.

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The Mason Conservative: The Most Important Elections of 2006

Mason Conservative has a great post on the Mexican presidential elections after watching the O’Reilly Factor last night: Morris started talking about Mexico, and its future. As of now, Mexico is teetering politically. President Vicente Fox, it must be remembered, … Continue reading

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Rep. McKinney Punches Officer

McKinney walked past a metal detector, the officer called on her to stop. She didn’t: Members are not required to pass through metal detectors and the officer, manning a position at Longworth House Office Building, apparently did not recognize McKinney … Continue reading

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OMT: *blink*

The Senate blinked, Norm has the scoop: Having been outmaneuvered by the House yesterday, the Senate withdrew into a series of caucuses today to come up with a new, smaller tax hike proposal. Well, they are moving…but still stuck on … Continue reading

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