Monthly Archives: September 2007

In Memoriam

The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel killed in Afghanistan and Iraq or who died at a military hospital of their injuries: Anthony K. Bento, 23, of San Diego; corporal, Army. Bento was killed Monday when … Continue reading

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Dave Grohl and Heresy

So, my pal Marc wrote this here piece in praise of Dave Grohl. And since few have more love for Dave Grohl than I, I was all kinds o’ down with the piece. Until this bit: I think Grohl’s a … Continue reading

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Okay When It’s Your Side

A pair of links this more for intrepid Left of the Dialians. This first one is going to amaze you. I kid you not. You have heard a lot about voter fraud in the past few weeks, as various organizations … Continue reading

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Is Bill Kristol respectable?

No. Well, that was easy. Thanks to Tom for pointing me towards this great piece from the great state of Colorado. Is Bill Kristol respectable? Until I recently moved, my next-door neighbor was an extremely successful pornographer. He’s made a … Continue reading

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The Character of a Nation

It has been bizarre and disheartening to see the reaction to a visit to the United States by the president of Iran and all the folks whining and wetting themselves over it. Over. A. Visit. My God, what a bunch … Continue reading

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In Memoriam

The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel killed in Iraq: Terrence P. Allen, 21, of Pennsauken, N.J.; corporal, Marine Corps. Allen died of noncombat-related injuries Sept. 15 in Anbar province, west of Baghdad. He was assigned … Continue reading

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Asterisk

This makes me happy. Well, less unhappy. Go. Vote early, vote often. And not to try to sway you or influence you in any way or nothin’, but vote for B.

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