Monthly Archives: March 2006

"That depends on the definition of 'constitutional'…"

interesting shit at times: A tape of a speech given earlier this month by Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has drawn the ire of LGBT civil rights activists who worry the landmark high court ruling on sodomy could be revisited. … Continue reading

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The I Word

To summarize: 1) the solution to illegal immigration is to toss the current hypocritical & prejudiced quota system for the legal kind. 2) People screaming “they took our jobs!” need to realize they’re confusing race with economics & labor relations. … Continue reading

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Bloggers win. Somewhat.

relatively good news: The Federal Election Commission decided Monday that the nation’s new campaign finance law will not apply to most political activity on the Internet. In a 6-0 vote, the commission decided to regulate only paid political ads placed … Continue reading

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Be patient!

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Remember Afghanistan?

that squeaky wheel has been greased: Senior Muslim clerics said Thursday that an Afghan man on trial for converting from Islam to Christianity should be killed regardless of whether a court decides to free him. Abdul Rahman, a 41-year-old former … Continue reading

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Ron White is gonna be soooooo pissed…

BAR? Texas has begun sending undercover agents into bars to arrest drinkers for being drunk, a spokeswoman for the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission said Wednesday. The first sting operation was conducted recently in a Dallas suburb where agents infiltrated 36 … Continue reading

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Fingers in ears, head up sphincter (or "The Puzzling Re-Sale of a War")

I’ve a bridge to sell him: President Bush said Tuesday the decision about when to withdraw all U.S. troops from Iraq will fall to future presidents and Iraqi leaders, suggesting that U.S. involvement will continue at least through 2008. Acknowledging … Continue reading

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