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MEMORIAL DAY 2011 - IN REMEMBRANCE

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Legacy.com has a great site in honor of our fallen soldiers. I hope you take some time to pray for our fallen in all of the American Wars and conflicts. Go over and check the site out, while you're at it!

ht: Michelle Malken

How can you tell a Media Moonbat?

By the main premise of their essay...

Muslims hate us because of a fake Quran story.
The Guantanamo Prison was the site of the phoney story.
Muslim hatred will make it easier to recruit criminals known as Terrorists.
Terrorists kill Americans.

Therefore, if we destroy Guantanamo Prison, there won't be any fake stories about Koran desecration. Muslims will love us again and stop creating criminals aka Terrorists who kill -- Americans.

The more they write this inane drivel, the dumber these media types sound.

Let me give you some context for this morning's rant:

This morning as I watched Bob Schieffer's interview the Joint Chief of Staff Gen. Myers, Tom Friedman of NYT was mentioned. It seems Friedman has written an essay extolling the virtues of abandoning Guantanamo Prison because it has become a source of embarrassment for the US Military. Silly me, I thought Newsweek got embarrassed. Anyway, here's Tom...
Shut it down. Just shut it down.

I am talking about the war-on-terroris…

HERE'S PROOF: SEX CAN MAKE YOU GO BLIND!

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Remember when your Mother told you sex could make you go blind! Well, here's proof that "Mama was right!"


Researchers at the University of Minnesota Medical School in the US identified seven men who developed vision problems after taking Viagra.

The team, writing in the Journal of Neuro-ophthalmology,said it brought the total number of reported cases to 14.

The seven men, aged between 50 and 69 years old, had all suffered from a swelling of the optic nerve within 36 hours of taking Viagra for erectile dysfunction.

Pfizer takes these reports very seriously, as we do anything concerning the safety of patients
Pfizer spokeswoman

Six experienced vision loss within 24 hours, although only one had problems with both eyes.

The condition, known as nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (NAION), causes a rapid reduction of vision and can, in the most serious cases, lead to blindness.

Report co-author Dr Howard Pomeranz said the drug had long been linked to sight problems…

Take a look....

here's the official memorandum in it's entirety...MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON JUDICIAL NOMINATIONS

We respect the diligent, conscientious efforts, to date, rendered to the Senate by Majority Leader Frist and Democratic Leader Reid. This memorandum confirms an understanding among the signatories, based upon mutual trust and confidence, related to pending and future judicial nominations in the 109th Congress.

This memorandum is in two parts. Part I relates to the currently pending judicial nominees; Part II relates to subsequent individual nominations to be made by the President and to be acted upon by the Senate's Judiciary Committee.

We have agreed to the following:

Part I: Commitments on Pending Judicial Nominations

A. Votes for Certain Nominees. We will vote to invoke cloture on the following judicial nominees: Janice Rogers Brown (D.C. Circuit), William Pryor (11th Circuit), and Priscilla Owen (5th Circuit).

B. Status of Other Nominees…

Charter Schools Are Better!

A report from the Associated Press released yesterday highlighted that Charter schools outperformed public schools by 33 percent. Big deal, we all knew that would be the case! The question we all want to know is why? As usual, the study doesn't ask the hard question, so we can't address the root problem of academic under-achievement.

California's charter schools are 33 percent more likely to meet their academic goals than traditional public schools, a study released Wednesday found.

Classroom-based charter middle schools stood out in particular, with 81 percent meeting the state-set goals for student improvement, compared with 54 percent of traditional schools, according to EdSource, a Palo Alto-based nonpartisan organization that studies public education.

Researchers looked at demographically similar students who were at the same academic starting point, using scores from California's high school exit exam and the Academic Performance Index, which includes results fr…

Al Zarqawi Injured...Not Interested!

MSM is abuzz with reports that Al Zarqawi may be near death. Personally, I could care less! Get back to me boys, when he's DEAD!

Related reports from the activist journalists...

Yahoo: Iraq Qaeda says Zarqawi wounded, urges prayers-Web
AFP: Zarqawi wounded: website
Reuters: Iraq Qaeda says Zarqawi wounded, vows more attacks


Update I (2:39pm):
AP: Web Posting: Iraq al-Qaida Leader Injured
Update II (5/25): Washington Post: Zarqawi Shot in Lung
Times Online: Militants rally round al-Zarqawi


Any minute now, the media will start to cry over this maniac's injuries.

Linda Foley Starts Easongate II

This is outrageous. Ms. Foley needs to either provide proof of her allegations, or she needs to shut up!

May 19, 2005

The president of a group representing reporters worldwide is accusing U.S. soldiers of committing atrocities without offering any evidence to back the charge up.

Appearing in St. Louis on Friday, Newspaper Guild President Linda Foley complained:

"What outrages me as a representative of journalists is that there�s not more outrage about the number, and the brutality, and the cavalier nature of the U.S. military toward the killing of journalists in Iraq."

In case anyone missed the point, Foley restated her allegation:

"They target and kill journalists ... uh, from other countries, particularly Arab countries like Al -, like Arab news services like Al-Jazeera, for example. They actually target them and blow up their studios with impunity. ..."

Foley's remarks, which were aired Wednesday night on Sinclair Broadcasting's "The Point," drew ou…

Sharpton: Dean's DNC Excludes Blacks

So what else is new, Al? The Democratic Party has always been the bastion of Racism in American. Al's not to bright, but it looks like he's finding out which way the wind's blowing.

May 18, 2005

Sharpton: Dean's DNC Excludes Blacks

The Rev. Al Sharpton blasted Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean on Tuesday, saying that under his leadership, African-Americans have been excluded from top Democratic Party positions.

"I'm taking Dean to task right now for the lack of black inclusion at the highest levels of the Democratic Party," Sharpton told WWRL radio hosts Steve Malzberg and Karen Hunter. "It's the lowest in thirty years."

The Harlem firebrand and one-time presidential candidate said that as things stand now, the Republican Party is making more progress including blacks than Dean's team.

"We ought to have more to show [for our support]," he complained. "And we should ask why, as the Republicans, ironically, are …

Judge Brown on Race in America

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"benign motivation cannot sanction a requirement that conflicts with the proscription against discrimination and preferential treatment on the basis of race and sex."

Judge Janice Rogers Brown
California Supreme Court

Translation: People should be treated equally, regardless of race.

Source: The Sacramento Bee

Janice Rogers Brown -- A Bench Memo

"She's a brilliant African American woman who is able to articulate a conservative judicial philosophy, and the Democrats can't stand it. I think it upsets the orthodoxy of the left to have someone who is brilliant and articulate who also happens to be black and female."

Steve Merksamer
Partner, Nielsen, Merksamer, Parrinello, Mueller & Naylor.

Source: Sacramento Bee



“We who have worked with her on a daily basis know her to be extremely intelligent, keenly analytical and very hard working. We know that she is a jurist who applies the law without favor, without bias and with an even hand.”

Claire Cooper
Source: Sacramento Bee


“It takes judges with a deep respect for the law, and a willingness to set aside their personal views when making decisions. It takes judges with fearlessness, with a sense of confidence that the ‘right’ outcome will not always be the most POPULAR. Californians have a chance to cast a vote for an independent judiciary on November 3 by retaining …

Worrying about the right things

This is for my liberal readers who let their worry think for them.

By Ginger Rutland, The Sacramento Bee
May 8, 2005


I know Janice Rogers Brown, and she knows me, but we're not friends. The associate justice of the California Supreme Court has never been to my house, and I've never been to hers. Ours is a wary relationship, one that befits a journalist of generally liberal leanings and a public official with a hard-right reputation fiercely targeted by the left.

I've been trying to get a fix on Brown since President Bush nominated her for the influential U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. She won't talk to the press. Friends, associates, even a former teacher, say the same things about her: She's "brilliant," "hardworking," "stoic" and "kind."

Her opponents on the left tell me she's a fundamentalist Christian who will bring her religious values into the courtroom. But I've never been frightened by…

A Conservative Thought

"These are perilous times for people of faith, not in the sense that we are going to lose our lives, but in the sense that it will cost you something if you are a person of faith who stands up for what you believe in and say those things out loud."

Judge Janice Rogers Brown
Associate Justice, California Supreme Court

We need more honorable teachers (to leave public schools)

I wonder how many great teachers we have left? Or for that matter good parents?

by Trevor Bothwell

We need more honorable teachers (to leave public schools)
It's getting difficult to keep track of the absurdities taking place in American public schools these days. Check out this story of Mitch Dorson, a respected American studies teacher in Arizona who resigned over his school's refusal to acknowledge student cheating (which, at the time of this writing, is supposedly still looked down upon by the school).

"I'm leaving because the environment here is unhealthy," Dorson said.

It all started last year, when the now 56-year-old teacher allowed a student to take an exam a day earlier than his other students. The student then sent an e-mail message to about 50 students, with the answers to the exam, Dorson said.

No explanation or apology was ever received, he said.

The only thing we can really do is what Mr. Dorson did. Good teachers need to start resigning …

Muslims Riot Over Spelling Of 'Koran' In U.S. Media

And you thought your book was holy...

by Scrappleface

As many as 25 people died and dozens more were injured during riots in Afghanistan today which erupted over what one Muslim cleric called "the U.S. media's desecration-by-mispelling" of the name of Islam's most holy book.

Indeed, American editors have failed to reach consensus on how to render the holy book's name. Some spell it with a 'K' others with a 'Q' and -- perhaps most offensive to Muslim sensibilities -- some insert a meaningless apostrophe in the middle of the word.

"They're mocking our religion and our God by using a wide variety of spellings for the holy book," said the unnamed imam. "Journalists and editors are the stormtroopers of America's war on Islam. They're trying to humiliate and intimidate us with alternate and phonetic spellings, sowing seeds of doubt about the book Allah gave to the Prophet. We will fill the streets with the blood of the infidels an…

In Darfur, The People Die

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...while in America the Democrats lie.


Broken region of Darfur facing 'inevitable' famine

by By Rick Hampson, USA TODAY

Once, this was the season when Khartoma Ibrahim prayed for the rains to come. She was a farmer then, before the troubles here in Darfur changed everything, even her prayers.

The rains should come any day now, but this year Ibrahim, 35, has no fields to plant. She, her husband and their six children languish in a refugee camp whose 20,000 residents survive almost entirely on international food aid - aid that will be difficult to deliver once the seasonal rains turn West Darfur's dirt roads into quagmires.(The Full Story)


The Mournful Math of Darfur: The Dead Don't Add Up

By MARC LACEY, The New York Times


Darfur's dead have been tossed into the bottoms of wells, dumped into mass graves, interred in sandy cemeteries and crudely cremated. Children have been snatched from the arms of their mothers and thrown into fires, villagers dragged on the ground behind …

Democrats Attack Black Woman

And you thought the Democrats were the party of women and Blacks. Well,
meet the Black woman that the Democrats are attacking. Where's Jesse when you need him? Tijuana, you say?

NAME -- Janice Rogers Brown.

JOB -- California Supreme Court Justice.

AGE-BIRTH DATE -- 56, Born May 11, 1949, Greenville, Ala.

EDUCATION -- B.A. California State University, Sacramento, 1974; J.D. University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, 1977; LL.M. University of Virginia School of Law, 2004.

EXPERIENCE -- Associate Justice, California Supreme Court, 1996 to present; Associate justice, Sacramento-based 3rd District Court of Appeals, 1994-1996 (both appointments were by former California Gov. Pete Wilson); Wilson's legal affairs secretary, 1991-1994; Sacramento lobbying law firm of Nielsen, Merksamer, Parrinello & Mueller, 1989-1991; general counsel, California Business, Transportation and Housing Agency, 1987-1989; deputy California attorney general, 1977-1987.

FAMILY -- Married to Dewey …

Reid, Dems Seek to Reinvent Reality

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Check out the latest on the tantrum known as the Judicial Filibuster. If we're going to be pricks about it, the Constitution doesn't have a provision for a filibuster, Ole Dirty McGuirk.

By JESSE J. HOLLAND, Associated Press Writer

Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid said Thursday that
President Bush and Republican senators are trying to "rewrite the Constitution and reinvent reality" in their push to confirm controversial judicial nominees.

Is that what Democrats call changing precident, Ole Dirty One?


"The Senate is not a rubber stamp for the executive branch," Reid said. "Rather, we're the one institution where the minority has a voice and the ability to check the power of the majority. Today, in the face of President Bush's power grab, that's more important than ever."

Ever heard of Majority rules in Robert's Rules of Order, Ole Dimwitted One?

Republicans are threatening to eliminate the Democrats' ability to use filibusters to …

MSM -- The Media Wing of the Democratic Party is Scared!

When the media wing of the Democratic Party tells you that your actions are ill advised, you can bet you are doing something right thing!

DONNA CASSATA, Associated Press Writer

Senate leaders are consensus-builders, horse traders, specialists in pulling out deals that no one thinks can be done.

So why has Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., dug in his heels on winning the confirmation of
President Bush's most controversial judicial nominees?

Frist has served as the standard-bearer for the White House and the Republican Party's religious conservatives in the fight to put like-minded jurists on the federal bench. He has rejected Democratic offers to confirm some of the blocked nominees, contending that all deserve a vote while moving forward on the nomination of Texas Supreme Court Justice Priscilla Owen, a step toward a Senate showdown.(The Full Story)

Koran Desecretion Hoax -- The Islamic World's Response

Let's take a look at the Islamic World's response to being outed by the false Newsweek story...

Aaron Klein of World Net Daily reports, Palestinian Muslims desecrated Joseph's tomb in Israel in response to Newsweek hoax. No apologies yet.

Dennis Prager essay "Newsweek and the rioters: 2 faces of anti-Americanism", explains how Muslims can't put the genie (their hatred) back in the bottle. They have disgraced themselves and we won't forget.


Update: Flames of hate, This is London

Muslim protesters today called for the bombing of New York in a demonstration outside the US embassy in London. There were threats of "another 9/11" from militants angry at reports of the desecration of the Koran by US troops in Iraq.

They haven't heard that the Koran report was a hoax.

More Liberal Hysteria

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Retraction Won't Stop Planned Protests

Qazi says, "never let a good head of hate go to waste."

CNSNews.com - Unimpressed by Newsweek's retraction of explosive claims that U.S. military interrogators at Guantanamo Bay had desecrated the Koran, radical Islamic leaders in Pakistan say they will not drop plans for an international day of protest next week.

One radical leader, Qazi Hussain Ahmed, claimed that "certain other credible eyewitness sources" such as former Guantanamo detainees had "also confirmed the shameful sacrilege."(The Full Story)

Bravo, Crazy Qazi. I'm sure Allah's proud to have you on his side.

Koran Desecration Hoax -- We've Got Your Number, Ali.

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Would the alleged placing a Koran on a toilet cause so much anger, if it weren't already there?







Nevermind! As-salaam-alaikum!

Koran Desecration -- You've Been Exposed!

A lot of so-called peace loving Muslims the world over just got exposed for the hatred that they harbor towards non-Muslims unjustifiable. Peace loving people would have at least waited until the investigation was completed before they started looking for someone to decapitate.

Boys, you've just been had. And you've exposed! Now you know, you can't trust our liberalized media any more than we can. And our suspicions about you have been confirmed.


May 15, 2005

David Morgan, Reuters

Newsweek magazine on Sunday said it erred in a May 9 report that said U.S. interrogators desecrated the Koran at Guantanamo Bay, and apologized to the victims of deadly Muslim protests sparked by the article.


"We regret that we got any part of our story wrong, and extend our sympathies to victims of the violence and to the U.S. soldiers caught in its midst," Editor Mark Whitaker wrote in the magazine's latest issue, due to appear on U.S. newsstands on Monday.(The Full Story)

Copyright © …

The Liberalized MSM is a Terrorist's Best Friend.

The Warrior Class Blog once again delivers the goods.

In it's latest post, WCB explains that the liberalized MSM has become unwitting dupes of a criminal enterprise that has spun out of control. Funded by Iran, Syria and other Terrorist organizations who don't want a democracy in the region, the terrorists are creating media fodder. If you ask me, the liberalized MSM is starting to look like a terrorist organization.


The New York Times is mystified because the “insurgency” in Iraq doesn’t seem interested in winning hearts and minds. Dafydd ab Hugh at Powerline explains part of the confusion is that the NYT confuses a death cult with a real political insurgency. However, both miss the real strategy. The point of the bombings isn’t just to kill people. It is to make news. Terror is nothing more than criminal behavior amplified by the news media in order to blackmail society. It financial roots are based in the advertising that it gets from media play, not controlling the producti…

Justice Dept. Enters Court Nominee Fight

Dirty Harry should be expelled from the Senate for his improper comments about Judge Saad. Since Liberals lack the ability to police their leadership, the Justice Department appropriately steps in to monitor the Senator's recent ethical lapses.

May 14, 2005


By JESSE J. HOLLAND, Associated Press

The Justice Department is edging into the Senate controversy over judicial nominees, writing key lawmakers after Democratic Leader Harry Reid publicly referred to an
FBI file on one of President Bush's controversial appointees.

"The letter expressed concern about recent remarks on the floor of the Senate which alluded to an FBI background investigation file provided by the Department of Justice to the Senate Judiciary Committee on a confidential basis in connection with a judicial nomination," a department official said Friday night.

The official, who spoke only on condition of anonymity, said the letter did not refer specifically to Reid, or to 6th Circuit Court nominee Henry Saad…

Feminist Female Hoaxer: The Fruit of Feminism?

This kind of story makes you wonder how many men have been falsely accused and imprisoned because some hysterical feminist had no object to direct her hatred? I'm sure if we looked around we would observe that it happens far more than we'd like to admit.

From John Ray's Political Correctness Watch

On April 8, the president of the Brevard, Fla., chapter of the National Organization for Women was charged by the Florida state attorney's office with filing a false rape report and making a false official statement. She could be imprisoned for one year on each count and forced to pay for the police investigation she incurred. The case has far-reaching implications for gender politics and for women who report sexual assault in the future.

The facts are as follows. On Nov. 17, 2004, part-time Rollins College student Desiree Nall reported being raped in a campus bathroom by two men. The Winter Park Police Department put Rollins on `high alert,' advising students to remain ind…

Blogging 101

Here is a post that caught my eye on this week's journey on the blogosphere...

John Hawkins offers 25 Pieces Of Advice For Bloggers at Right Wind News.

A Conservative Thought

"I don’t believe in a government that protects us from ourselves."

Ronald Reagan
July 1975

Mexico furious at tough US law on migrants

Hey Vicente! Tell your band of illegals to go on strike for all we care. Better yet, tell them to go home and come back with a visa. Entienda?

By John Authers and Edward Alden, The Financial Times

May 13 2005

Mexico has reacted furiously to a bill signed into law by the US this week that would fund a border wall and prevent illegal Mexican migrants from obtaining US driving licenses.

President Vicente Fox said he would lodge a diplomatic complaint, and was considering complaints to multilateral bodies if Mexico could not unable to resolve the problem bilaterally.

In the US, leaders of the Mexican community threatened to strike to send a message to US employers that they could not survive without cheap Mexican labour.(The Full Story)

© Copyright The Financial Times Ltd 2005.

Reid cites FBI file on judicial pick

Dirty Harry has violated the rules of the Senate by mentioning the confidential files on Judge Saad. He must be expelled and brought up on charges of contempt. It's time for us to demand that Liberals play by the same rules as the rest of Americans.


By Charles Hurt, The Washington Times

Minority Leader Harry Reid strayed from his prepared remarks on the Senate floor yesterday and promised to continue opposing one of President Bush's judicial nominees based on "a problem" he said is in the nominee's "confidential report from the FBI."

Those highly confidential reports are filed on all judicial nominees, and severe sanctions apply to anyone who discloses their contents. Less clear is whether a senator could face sanctions for characterizing the content of such files.

"Henry Saad would have been filibustered anyway," Mr. Reid said on the floor yesterday, about the Michigan Appeals Court judge who is nominated to the U.S. Court of Appeals for…

IRAQ: Terrorists in the Hood

May 13, 2005

With the cancer of Wahabism entrenched in the Islamic World, it is clear that the Bush strategy of corralling the Islamic Jihadists in one place and killing them is brilliant. It's just despicable that the MSM's policy, "if it bleeds, it leads", allies them with the terrorists and our enemies.

From the Strategy Page:

Sunni Arab terrorists have stepped up their violence, with over 400 civilians killed so far this month. American casualties are up as well, with about two coalition troops dying each day, versus one a day two months ago. But more and more of the killers are foreigners. Syrians, Egyptians, Yemenis and Saudis are among those being captured, or identified after their are dead. Raids on terrorist safe-houses usually yield documents and computer records that list the large number of foreigners involved in the terrorism. Over the last two decades, Saudi Arabian charities have established tens of thousands of religious schools that preach Islamic radi…

How not to be poor

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The Civil Rights struggle is over, and it has been won!

By Walter E. Williams, Townhall.com

May 11, 2005

Ministers Louis Farrakhan, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Washington, D.C.'s Mayor Anthony Williams and others recently met to discuss plans to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the October 1995 Million Man March. Whilst reading about the plans, I thought of an excellent topic for the event: how not to be poor.

Avoiding long-term poverty is not rocket science. First, graduate from high school. Second, get married before you have children, and stay married. Third, work at any kind of job, even one that starts out paying the minimum wage. And, finally, avoid engaging in criminal behavior. If you graduate from high school today with a B or C average, in most places in our country there's a low-cost or financially assisted post-high-school education program available to increase your skills.

Most jobs start with wages higher than the minimum wage, which is currently $5.15. A man …

'M' is for Malkin.

What does the MSM call a Republican Senator who can't tell when the Democrats are being disingenuous about their reasons for opposing the President's UN Ambassador nominee?

Michelle Malkin delivers another great post and answers the aforementioned question flawlessly.

Update: Mark Noonan of Blogs for Bush weighs in like an eight hundred pound gorilla on Sen. Voinovich's appeasement of the Senate's liberals on the Bolton question.

A Study in Bias

May 10, 2005

Keep relying on the Liberalized MSM and by the time you're ready to retire, the Social Security system will be bankrupt.

By Herman Cain, Nation Review Online

According to a recent Washington Post/ABC poll, President Bush's plan to restructure the Social Security system has lost public support. What the poll doesn't tell you is that the network news has focused so much on the liberal side of this debate that the result isn't a surprise. It's a self-fulfilling prophecy.

The Post story stated, "58 percent of those polled this time said the more they hear about Bush's plan, the less they like it." And what are they hearing about Bush's plan? That it's a bad idea, of course. The networks have been beating up the idea of restructuring Social Security for months.

A new study by the Media Research Center's Free Market Project finds that the evening-news shows delivered liberal talking points on the Social Security debate more than twice as…

The 'Today' show trashes Cosby

May 12, 2005

The Today Show reveals its racism by not taking this crisis of the black community seriously.

By Larry Elder, World Net Daily


When the Reverend Sharpton ran for president, he accused the media of racism for ignoring his candidacy. Since the word racist gets recklessly thrown around, does it also apply to the "Today" show?

Remember when the legendary actor-entertainer-philanthropist Bill Cosby said: [I]n our cities and public schools we have 50 percent drop out ... No longer is a person embarrassed because they're pregnant without a husband. No longer is a boy considered an embarrassment if he tries to run away from being the father of the unmarried child.

He urged blacks to embrace education, speak standard English and obey the law. How dare he? His comments created such a stir that last year, the "Today" show's Matt Lauer did a pro-and-con segment.

Now here's where things get interesting. Michael Eric Dyson, a professor at University of Pennsylv…

Wowing Them in Tbilisi

Straight from The New York Times



"It was heartwarming to see President Bush welcomed warmly in Riga, Latvia, and drawing huge crowds in Tbilisi, Georgia..."

As expected the MSM comments on the great success of the President's European trip a day or two after those geniuses figure out an appropriate spin on the whole matter.

It's official! Despite the large crowds in Tbilisi and the President telling out Pu Pu head, the President's trip was a resounding...failure!

You know, it takes time to think up brilliant repartee -- a la Ole Dirty Harry and no, no Nancy style.

Anyway, I can't recommend reading the rest of the tripe, unless you need to study the ole Democratic strategy of give a compliment and then take it back with the same breath. Oh as we say in Georgia. Talkin' out the side of yo' neck.

Well, back to work. I just couldn't resist gloating over the continued demise of the Ole Dinosaur(aka The MSM) and the great success of President Bush, as h…

Georgia Turns Out for President Bush.

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"Your courage is inspiring democratic reformers and sending a message that echoes around the world: freedom will be the future for every nation and every people on earth."

President George W. Bush
May 9, 2005
Tbilisi, Georgia

The Aznamig Peowr of the Mnid

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It's funny what fascinates me sometimes.



If you understand this, you definitely don't have ADHD.

Reinstate Larry 'Doc' Neace

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This post is in honor of Larry 'Doc' Neace, Gwinnett County Physics teacher who was fired for demanding excellence from his students.

Here are what bloggers covering this story have to say....

Slobokan’s Site O’ Schtuff covers this sad situation in "More Antics In Gwinnett County".

No Government Cheese has an interesting take on the punitive measures taking against a Teacher for docking a students grade for sleeping in class. Read "Stupid Is As Government School Does".

Morning Blend notes in "A High school football player sleeps in class" that another student was sleeping in class and received a reduced grade. You have to read his entry to get the rest of the story.

'Doc' Neace's firing has Enlightenment Reactionary's blood boiling. Thank God, he relieves the pressure with this vent, "Why There Is No Education In Public Education".

Common Folk Using Common Sense says didn't you know that "Sleeping In Class Is More I…

The White House to 'Ole Dirty'.

From the White House:


"The president has worked to change the tone in Washington by elevating the discourse and reaching out to find common ground to get things done," McClellan said.

"It has been a challenge and it has been disappointing that we haven't been able to make more progress on that front. I think the American people want their elected leaders to elevate the discourse and to reach out across partisan lines and that's what the president will continue to do," he said.

Good first start, Ole Dirty Mcgirt. Now you need to expose the whole DemocRAT policy -- of being rude to the President at every opportunity, then apologizing. You've apologized to the president for your thoughtful comments. Now you need to apologize to the Nevada High School students for not spewing more gutter talk about their President.

Come on, DemocRATs hop to it! I believe you, you can do better than this! Call the President some real dirty names in public.

ht: Blogs for Bush

Harry Reid -- Another Lowdown Liberal!

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Read the latest from those Liberal geniuses at work. Enter Dirty Harry...




In the course of a discussion on filibusters and Senate rules, Washington's top Democrat gave the 60 juniors a lesson in partisan politics, particularly about the commander in chief. "The man's father is a wonderful human being," Reid said in response to a question about President Bush's policies. "I think this guy is a loser.

"I think President Bush is doing a bad job," he added to a handful of chuckles.

"He's driving this country into bankruptcy," Reid said, referring to the deficit. "He's got us in this intractable war in Iraq where we now have about 1,600 American soldiers dead and another 15,000 injured."

After the statement was released, Reid phoned the Review-Journal to acknowledge he thought he crossed the line.

"You know the president is in Europe, probably sleeping," Reid said in an interview this afternoon. "But I called (Karl…

Larry 'Doc' Neace -- The Sleeper's Gambit.

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Ever wonder why Georgia's ranked last is education? Read this AJC report! It foretells the sad state of education in Georgia. Now parents and boards decide what grade you get in class, not your total performance.





The Gwinnett County School Board voted early Friday to fire a Dacula High School science teacher who refused to raise the grade he gave a student athlete who appeared to be sleeping in class.

Neace, who has taught at Dacula High for 23 years, was removed from class after he refused to raise the grade he had given a football player on an overnight assignment. Neace said he cut the student's perfect grade in half because he thought the student had fallen asleep at his desk the day the assignment was made.

"What we have in this case is a case of a pampered football athlete sleeping in class and being given favored treatment on an academic grade," said Michael Kramer, another of Neace's lawyers. "What we have here is the principal essentially attempting t…

Time to Laugh!

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I've just finished some major reports, so it's time to laugh. I hope you enjoy this one.

"Right on Delay."

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Watch this liberal burn me later on!