Monthly Archives: February 2007

In Memoriam

It’s always noteworthy and odd—and terribly sad—when a 20-year-old dies of cardiac arrest. When it happens in the middle of a war, it makes you assume there has to be more to the story. Doesn’t it? Closer to home—from a … Continue reading

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This will make your day brighter.

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Forget I Said That

From the Department of “What the–!? You believed me?! Suckas!” All these President’s men leaked CIA agent’s name BY JAMES GORDON MEEK WASHINGTON – Any staffer proven to have leaked CIA officer Valerie Plame’s identity “would no longer be in … Continue reading

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President’s Day Presents

Does anyone else ever tired of so much compassionate conservatism? I mean, it’s neither conservative nor compassionate. Well, I reckon it’s compassionate towards them poor starving CEOs. On the same day that Britney was shaving her head, a guy I … Continue reading

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In Memoriam

The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel killed in Afghanistan and Iraq or who died at sea: Donnie R. Belser Jr., 28, of Anniston, Ala.; captain, Army. Belser was killed Feb. 10 when his unit was … Continue reading

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Not Just Un-American

Although he’s certainly that too. No, arguing that more Americans should be sent over to Iraq, Congressman Virgil A. Goode (R-VA) proved today—as if there was any doubt remaining, that he’s dumb as stump: In no way do I want … Continue reading

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How You Know Your Wife Has Done a Good Job

You take your two oldest daughters to a Father-Daughter Valentine’s Day dance at the dance school they attend. It’s been years, more than a decade, since you last waltzed. You learned how when you were about eight and, being Catholic … Continue reading

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