Monthly Archives: February 2007

“Classical” it ain’t…

If you are a libertarian, go read this. NOW!! Multiple times until it soaks in your brain so deep the words fly around in your dreams and you go crazy from it. Logan Ferree has dealt authoritatively with the tendency … Continue reading

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The return of the stupid

Re: the occupation of Iraq: […] the Democratic-controlled Congress could do what Democrats say a Democratic president would do: withdraw U.S. forces. A president could simply order that; Congress could defund military operations in Iraq. Congressional Democrats are, however, afraid … Continue reading

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WTF moments: it’s a two-fer!

1) Funny WTF: Some minister in Miami who has a tattoo reading “666” thinks he’s Jesus reborn. Oh, btw, people believe him and give him free shit because of it. 2) We’re-all-screwed WTF: Bush takes advantage of “Presidents Day” to … Continue reading

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Siriusly?

I’d like to know the thought process behind this move: District-based XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. and New York-based Sirius Satellite Radio Inc., which together control the emerging satellite subscription radio market, today announced that they plan to merge in … Continue reading

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The gaffe that wasn’t

I generally don’t think much of Obama, but he shouldn’t have had to do this: Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is apologizing for saying the lives of the more than 3,000 U.S. troops killed in the Iraq war were “wasted.” … Continue reading

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Media lesson #53645657

Tits = ratings. Case in point: the friggin “Situation Room” taking time out from important things to cover the croaking of a  certain human flotation device.  People who really give a shit have the “E!” channel for that, grow up…

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Something-for-nothing is on the march…

Another mile marker passed on the road to nationalized healthcare: Two once-implacable foes in the business world found common ground yesterday, at least for a few minutes, as they publicly pledged to work together for the first time to fix … Continue reading

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