Friday, December 20, 2002


Congressman Ballenger's gaffe : priceless.

Wednesday, December 18, 2002

I Hate Dogs

Bush unleashes weapon of mass disruption on innocent children.

Tuesday, December 17, 2002

Ho Ho Ho! Baa!!

Almost Heaven. West Virginia.

Saturday, December 14, 2002


On Lott.

Friday, December 13, 2002

Trent Lott

Interesting take on the situation here. The real interesting part of the article is the Mike Wallace anecdote...

Monday, December 09, 2002

New Face

Bush names Snow as Treasury Department head.

Sunday, December 08, 2002

Sort of Interesting

Bordering on slander. But funny!

Monday, December 02, 2002

National and International News

Saddam is a sicko, say Brits. Well, duh.

Dow up over 9,000 again. Looks like this will be the 9th consecutive week of stock gains...

More cruise ship passengers fall ill.

The US dollar hovering slightly above the euro.

Saturday, November 23, 2002

Jean Chrétien

Surrounds himself with rude anti-Americans.

Here's a taste of the article :

PRAGUE - Prime Minister Jean Chrétien refused today to accept the resignation of his embattled communications director, Francoise Ducros, over her alleged remark that U.S. President George W. Bush is a "moron." Chrétien said Ducros had apologized to him for the furor sparked by a conversation she had with a journalist at the NATO summit in Prague.

"She was graceful enough to offer me her resignation," the prime minister said. "I have not accepted that."

Ducros, who did not appear at the news conference in Prague, told Chrétien she couldn't recall whether she made the remark but acknowledged she frequently uses the word "moron," Chrétien said.

"I know her very well," the prime minister told reporters. "She may have used that word against me a few times and I am sure she used it against you many times. It's a word she uses regularly."

And this is his communications director?? Sounds like an ignorant Frog to me...

More :

In Prague, Chrétien said Ducros has been a frequent defender of Bush, and took aim at reporters for making much of what he called a "private conversation."

"She defended many, many times the president of the United States," he said.

"And she reflected the position of Canada many times, that we have good relations. So she has apologized to me for the problem it's causing ... but we don't live in as civilized a world as we used to, where private conversations are private."

Yeah, well, we used to have a civilized neighbor to the north, one whose top government officials didn't spew vile anti-American slurs. I guess times are a-changin'...

Thursday, November 21, 2002

Blogs To Check Out

Hootinan and Blogs-Of-War.

Saturday, November 16, 2002

Dem Hopes

Via Kurtz.

Friday, November 15, 2002


Powerful commentary.

Sunday, November 10, 2002


March against the US, capitalism; support Palestinian terrorism, communist revolution.

Saturday, November 09, 2002


The boobs at strongly endorse a Hart candidacy in 2004, but mock a Lieberman run. Are they nuts? Lieberman is just about the only nationally known Democrat with an ideology that is palatable to mainstream America. Hart is as washed-up as Fritz Mondale was. And look what happened in Minnesota...

Wednesday, November 06, 2002

Election Results

Looks like all three of my unlikely predictions came true! I certainly did a better job than Dick Morris.

Also, I had a strong feeling the GOP would be victorious in Vermont's race for governor, and it looks like I was right. Maybe I should start charging for this?

Monday, November 04, 2002

Three Shocker Election Predictions

Largent to lose in Oklahoma!

GOP to win Georgia Senate seat!

GOP to gain several seats in House!

Wednesday, October 30, 2002


Students get a visual aid.
The Sniper

Hated, even by his family.

Tuesday, October 29, 2002

Look up "classless" in the dictionary...

...and guess who's pictured.

Monday, October 28, 2002

Wanna hear a joke?

What's the difference between South Africa and Zimbabwe? Five years.

Funny, right?

Now read this and this, and I think you'll find the humor rather quickly evaporates...

Saturday, October 26, 2002

Some Recommended International Blogs

Dilacerator, Tim Blair, and Shoutin' Across the Pacific.

Monday, October 21, 2002

Jesse Jackson

A disgusting fool.

Tuesday, October 15, 2002

What I Saw At The Debate

I attended the Bush-McBride radio debate this morning at Universal Studios. I was accompanied by "SF", a female friend from work. SF is politically to the right of me a few steps (Like Jesse Helms to Jesse Ventura? No, more like Steve Forbes-2000 to Steve Forbes-1996...), but we both went as Bush supporters.

The morning did not start smoothly. Heavy construction on State Road 520 prevented me from arriving at her apartment as early as planned. When I finally got there, I had a forehead-slapping moment : I'd forgotten to bring my e-mail confirmation! We decided to give it a shot anyway, though I felt it was likely I would be listening to the debate in her Jeep while sitting in the parking lot.

We arrived on time, and proceeded to stand in a line for about a half hour (Hurry up and wait!). Our amusement consisted of gawking at some GreenPeace lunatics dressed in what appeared to be, I am not making this up, orange jumpers, like escapees from Sharpes. They were driving a solar-powered truck. Luckily for them, it wasn't rainy. Or at night.

After having our IDs checked (luckily, the e-mail was not required, though everyone else seems to have remembered theirs...) we boarded a bus for the short trip to the building where the debate was to be held. In front of us sat a VIP : the mayor of Miami Beach. SF recognized him, but to me he looked like your generic pol : expensive suit, well-groomed hair, personable body-language, gentle tone of voice. (Nice guy. And if he ever retires from public service, he could always make a few bucks as a Jose Canseco impersonator...)

SF also recognized a three-person-strong contingent of University of Central Florida Young Republicans. (This, as I understand it, equals nearly 100% turnout...) At this point, we waited in another line to go through the metal detectors. (Had either of us chose to ask the candidates a question, there was yet another line awaiting us in our immediate future. Alas, we are both cowards. Well, at least I am. But I shouldn't get ahead of myself...) She was promptly wand-raped as a security offical rifled through her nearly microscopic purse with a gusto rarely seen among those not criminally insane. What he was expecting to find, I don't know. (Perhaps a single spore of anthrax? Because I doubt two could have fit...)

Now, having passed through the crack security, we entered the actual debate stage. Within seconds, SF was pulled aside by reporters from the Tampa affiliate of NBC. (Or was it ABC? Or CBS? Really, it's moot...) She was asked if she was an "undecided voter", and surprised me by responding in the affirmative. (Strictly speaking, this wasn't dishonest. After all, it was within the realm of possibility that governor Bush might have, say, ordered his security detail to turn loose water cannon and hounds on the crowd. This, in turn, just might have had an effect on her choice in November. Maybe.)

At any rate, they decided to record her pre-debate thoughts on camera, and then interview her after the event to see if there had been any movement. I, being camera shy (not to mention uninvited...), chose to grab a couple seats and wait. While waiting, I overheard a gentleman apparently from FrontPage Magazine talking into his cell phone, distressed that he had been unable to find a professional political analyst at the event. I contemplated offering myself as just such a person (and if you consider this site "professional", it wouldn't even be a lie! Well, at least not anymore of a lie than what SF told the citizens of Tampa-St. Pete...), but decided against it. The last thing I need is David Horowitz finding out I have a unique interpretation of "professional", and placing me in the same category, veracity-wise, as David Brock.

So. A few minutes later, I notice SF coming to join me. That's good, except the cameraman is following her and still taping. She proceeds to immediately berate me, on camera, for my choice of seats. I shrugged and muttered some ambiguous apology. (For all time, viewers on the West Coast of Central Florida will recognize me as "that pussy-whipped dude".)

We waited for a little longer, with nothing to amuse ourselves with other than a brief cameo appearance by the governor (aren't you suppose to take a bow after your performance?) and the sight of John Morgan of the law firm Morgan, Colling, and Gilbert. Infamous for his preachy and self-promoting commercials, Mr. Morgan looks absolutely Hobbit-like in real life. That's not to say he's particularly short, just that he looks like he should be short, or something.

Our boredom was interrupted by a gentleman seated in front of us. He decided to start a pre-debate debate amongst the audience members. Spewing forth McBride's talking points like a parrot on crystal meth, he was eventually silenced by the fact that he was completely surrounded by Bush supporters armed with actual critical-thinking skills. (Sadly, this guy was one of the handful of people selected to question the candidates. Though the information I received warned against asking loaded questions, this guy was armed with a verbal Saturday-night special. I guess he didn't get the memo...) He asked my political registration, and I replied, "NPA - No Party Affiliation." Then I was questioned who I was leaning towards, and why. Since I was expecting to watch a debate, not participate in one, I offered some non sequiturish ramblings about tax cuts and the President. However, the man completely wigged out when I said, "the state isn't really facing any major problems." Slipping into agit-prop mode, he spoke about the "crisis" in education, and offered a small amount of data to support his contention. (Curiously, these were the same points McBride himself ended up making. I guess this fellow got that memo...) I was going to respond with some comments about the anti-choice teacher's unions, or some such, when the people around me all started talking at once, using this opportunity to opine about the supposed causes and solutions of our education "crisis". (One of these folks, a "gentleman" from the University of South Florida, used the opening up of a high-minded policy dialogue as an excuse to try to verbally bukkake all over my companion. Unfortunately for him, she doesn't like assholes.) Sadly, this was to be the rhetorical high-point of the morning...

The debate was about to begin. Governor Bush and candidate McBride appeared, shook hands, and went to their respective podiums. In SF's opinion, "they both looked like they were going to throw up." A fair assessment, to my eyes. McBride was staring down, apparently reading his notes and doing some last minute cramming, while Bush was taking so many deep breaths, hyperventalation seemed a possibility. At last, the show got on the road, so to speak. McBride had won the coin toss, but had elected to give his opening remarks second. Not a very confident sign, and as his own people said after the debate, "he's not really a master-debater." I paraphrase, of course.

Honestly, I can recall little specific from the hour-long debate. But here are some key comments :

  • The final audience questioner, a high school senior from Melbourne, was a shrill little bitch, whining about having to, God forbid, take a state-wide exam (known as the FCAT) every couple of years. Her contention was that it is too easy and a waste of time. Well, I agree it's too easy, but many of your fellow classmates are fucking idiots who do find it challenging. And if they don't receive a passing score, they will hopefully receive the extra attention they so desperately need (or at least a handful of lead-free paint chips to chew on). And schools that consistently show themselves to be particularly inept at teaching their students the basic requirements of the FCAT will be punished, therefore providing an incentive for schools to make sure students actually learn things. Which, of course, is the whole point of a school.

  • Bush was a stronger debater than McBride (who often giggled through his responses, when we wasn't stammering), but he had a tendency to end weakly. For example, when confronted about his opposition to gay couples adopting children, he summed up his points something like, "So, I'm, uh, against, uh, (whispering now) gay couples, um, (barely audible) adopting." Not exactly Churchillian...

  • Remarkably, the "Beltway Sniper" was brought up by an audience questioner. (Funny. Neither one of the candidates looked like Kathleen Kennedy Townsend...)

  • Bush rather effectively raised questions about the fiscal wisdom of McBride's plan to spend an additional eight billion dollars on education over the next seven years. McBride's plan to pay for it, a proposed fifty-cent-per-pack cigarette tax, would, according to members of his own party, raise only four and a half billion dollars in revenue over the same time period. The three and a half billion dollar shortfall would have to be rectified either by slashing the budget, causing cuts in needed social services, or by raising taxes in other areas. McBride calls pointing this out a "scare tactic". Well, either that, or the truth. Take your pick.

  • The most uncomfortable point in the debate was when Bush not-too-subtly accused McBride of being a shill for the trial lawyers. (Which makes sense, since McBride is a trial lawyer...) McBride feigned moral indignation, and accused Bush of besmirching the good name (*cough*) of all lawyers. Bush responded (against debate rules, I believe) by saying he saw a "conflict" of interest. A small murmur ran through the crowd. (Sorry, folks; that was the high point...)

  • McBride make the idiotic accusation that water is now more expensive than gasoline, and that this is Bush's fault. Well, commercially bottled water can be more expensive than petrol, yes. But it's rather more cost-effective to take a bath with water from the faucet than with either Aquafina or 87-octane. See, I could make the accusation that bed linens are now more expensive than gold. And that might be true, if the only bed linens you consider are those made from the crotch hairs of supermodels. But, if you go to K-Mart, you'll find some that are rather affordably priced. (Especially the Martha Stewart line : now 99% off! Just like shares of ImClone!)

  • JEB! is really tall.

So. The debate ended, the candidates shook hands and the crowd got up to leave. Except for the interviewers, and interviewees. I had to wait for SF to enlighten people from Crystal River to Sarasota about how the mind of the "independent voter" works. Sickening. She's about as "independent" as Himmler at a rally for the National Socialists.

She waited for a bit in the throng of people trying to get either post-debate comments from the governor, or a simple handshake. Bush's handlers allowed 15 minutes or so of this. It turns out SF was, sadly, unable to meet the man. I hadn't tried, preferring instead to eavesdrop on the almost "Rain Man"-like mumblings of John Morgan, who was standing nearby.

We boarded the bus back to the parking lot. Just before reaching her vehicle, a gentleman from 580 AM interviewed her. I commented that she really ought to run for something now, with all this media experience under her belt. As we left the lot, we saw the GreenPeace wildmen waving to the passing cars. I flashed them a peace sign; no response. (Is sarcasm really that noticeable from a distance?) We drove back to her apartment while listening to the radio, as her sound bite ran during local news breaks, every thirty minutes.

Funny place and time we live in, really. The brother of the president of the United States, who just happens to be the sitting governor of a major state, is running for re-election in a surprisingly tight race. The party that controls the governor's mansion will have a big advantage in winning the state's electoral votes in 2004. Florida may very well hold the key to the next presidential election, as it did in the last. So, today's little radio debate might very well decide who wins the gubernatorial election, which in turn might decide who wins the presidency in two years. This was history I witnessed, a special screening, if you will, of the tiny factors, the metaphorical butterfly's wings, that will have an indeterminately large impact on which political path our nation, and to some extent the world, takes in the coming years.

Now, when the hell is somebody gonna interview me??

Sunday, October 13, 2002


In Bali.

Tuesday, October 08, 2002

I wonder what happened...

Did Senator Clinton visit Florida and go skinny-dipping?

Monday, September 30, 2002


Why it won't work.
Somewhat Scary Commentary

On Gore's speech.

Thursday, September 26, 2002

The British Left

Some quotes from this article :
Laborite Alan Simpson called [Blair's] dossier [on Iraq] "deeply flawed."

"Sadly, I think Bush will hit Iraq in much the same way that a drunk will hit a bottle," Simpson said. "He needs to satisfy his thirst for power and for oil."

Parliament member George Galloway, whose visits to Iraq and dogged opposition to U.N. sanctions have earned him the nickname "the MP for Baghdad West," let loose another warning on Wednesday.

"If Bush lands half-a-million boots in Iraq, attached only to American feet and cheered only by (Israel Prime Minister) Gen. Ariel Sharon, he will end up marching through hell and many a Yankee Doodle Dandy will be going home in a plastic suit," Galloway said. "The wrath of the Arab masses will come pouring off the streets of their capitals like molten lava and who knows who will be scorched."
The Left wants to see dead Americans, folks. It's as simple as that. These folks probably danced in the streets on 9-11 along with their Palestinian allies.

Wednesday, September 25, 2002



Tuesday, September 24, 2002


Five tests taken. Five to go.

The results, so far : 96,96,100,100,96.

Yeah. I guess I'm a History Major now...

Monday, September 23, 2002


Groveling by Gerhard Schröder.

Sorry, pal. President Bush ain't Einstein, but he's got a good bullshit detector.


The government finally has a plan, but it's a half-measure. The vaccination process will only be implemented after a bio-attack. By then, in my estimation, it will be too late. The panic in the streets, accompanied by looting and hoarding, along with the riots at medical centers caused by terrified people demanding their meds now will rock this nation to its very foundation. The only sure way to prevent this is to innoculate everyone ASAP. But that ain't gonna happen...

Germany's Red-Green coalition government survives, for now. The FDP didn't do as well as I expected. Oh, well...

Trapped again, like the rat he is.
French Troops

On the move. I wonder how long before they surrender?

Friday, September 20, 2002


Someone who has been saying what I've been saying for years!

Here's the part I'm talking about :

"The age that a man, or woman, can earn a reasonable income has been steadily increasing as education has been dumbed down. The condition of basic employability that used to be demonstrated by a high-school diploma now requires a bachelor's degree, and professional careers that used to be accessible with a bachelor's now require a master's degree or more. Years keep passing while kids keep trying to attain the credentials that adult earning requires."


Thursday, September 19, 2002


But true...
Bush Compared To Hitler!

By a German government official, no less!

Related to Churchill.

Wednesday, September 18, 2002


To Florida's Gulf Coast.

Tuesday, September 17, 2002


Is this a good thing? A bad thing? Or something else?

Monday, September 16, 2002


On Iraq.

Thursday, September 12, 2002

Nick Nolte

More bombed than Tora Bora.

Wednesday, September 11, 2002


Looks like Reno lost, setting up a JEB vs. McBride matchup in November. But there is talk of a recount...

Tuesday, September 10, 2002


Attention : We are at ORANGE!

Saturday, September 07, 2002


Full of hate for America. And that's why the Left loves him...

Friday, September 06, 2002


Massive airstrikes a prelude to special forces? War before Election Day?

Wednesday, September 04, 2002

Our Friends...

...the Europeans.

Tuesday, September 03, 2002

Old News

But interesting.

Monday, September 02, 2002

Butch Reno

Looks like her support is collapsing in the run-up to the Democrat primary for Florida Governor. That's bad news for JEB, who would much rather face a hopeless Reno in the general election than a surging McBride.

Sunday, September 01, 2002

The Lions

Picked to finish last. My, what a brave prediction!

To leave after Bush's first term.

Saturday, August 31, 2002

Bad Dad

Crazed father tries to kill entire family, with mixed success.

Friday, August 30, 2002


On pacifists and fools. Same difference.

Thursday, August 29, 2002

North Korea

The forgotten "Axis of Evil" member. But possibly the most dangerous.

Wednesday, August 28, 2002


Without Colmes.

Hopeful ones, at that.
Jonah Goldberg

The Derb

Tackles race in America. And likely quite a bit of hate-mail over the next fews days...

Tuesday, August 27, 2002

Disgusting Hypocrisy

Naturally, the UN is involved.

Monday, August 26, 2002

"[A] few thousand U.S. casualties"... General Barry McCaffrey's guess of the cost of an invasion of Iraq. Of course, this is the fool who fought Clinton's "War on Drugs", so what the hell does he know?

Sunday, August 25, 2002

Oh My!

I'm in love.
A Green Light?

Saddam dabbles in international terrorism.

Saturday, August 24, 2002

Our Friends...

...the Palestinians...

Wednesday, August 21, 2002

Central Florida

Under attack!
I empathize...

...with this poor lady...

Monday, August 19, 2002


McCain, with Hagel as his running-mate, will make a go at the White House as Independents in 2004. You heard it here first!

Sunday, August 18, 2002

If you only read one thing today... this.

Here's a sample :

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A few thousand black demonstrators rallied on the Mall in Washington on Saturday to demand that the U.S. government pay blacks reparations for slavery and decades of discrimination.

"I want to go up to the closest white person and say, 'You can't understand this, it's a black thing,' and then slap him, just for my mental health," Charles Barron, a member of the New York City Council, told the crowd.

The demonstrators, numbering about 2,000 to 3,000, came from all parts of the United States, many traveling by bus from as far away as Texas. With the U.S. Capitol in the background, they chanted "Black power! Reparations!" and "Start the Revolution!"

"Apologize White America," said a sign carried by one demonstrator.

Barron, a self-proclaimed "elected revolutionary," said if the government did not act swiftly he personally would storm the Treasury Department and take the money for reparations.
As If We Needed...

...anymore proof that leftists are mush-heads : Susan Sarandon speaks!

The money quote : "You're so lucky in Ireland, England and Spain. Everyone there already knows what it's like to have inexplicable terrorist violence."

Huh? I guess I'd have to have read Marx to understand...

Friday, August 16, 2002

The Brits

And Iraq.

Wednesday, August 14, 2002


This intriguing stock theory is said to have originated from the desk of John A. Millard of Shearman & Sterling in New York:

"If you had bought $1,000 worth of Nortel stock one year ago, it would now be worth $49.

"With Enron, you would have $16.50 of the original $1,000.

"With WorldCom, you would have less than $5 left.

"If you had bought $1,000 worth of Budweiser (the beer, not the stock) one year ago, drank all the beer, then turned in the cans for the 5-cent deposit, you would have $107.

"Based on the above, my current investment advice is to drink heavily and recycle."

And Racial Preferences.

Monday, August 12, 2002


Anti-war commentary.

Sunday, August 11, 2002


"You can't spell 'dishonorable' without 'honorable'" - Homer Simpson

Friday, August 09, 2002

Saudi Arabia

Worse than Iraq? This fella thinks so.

Wednesday, August 07, 2002


Of Goldberg's column.


Tuesday, August 06, 2002


I got "A"s in both my classes during the summer term!

Monday, August 05, 2002


A well-known liar.

Sunday, August 04, 2002

The "Vacation" Begins


Saturday, August 03, 2002

The Deep South

Is in deep shit.

Friday, August 02, 2002



Thursday, August 01, 2002


On abortion.

On a good Democrat.

On Iran.

On Iraq.

On Welfare Reform.

Wednesday, July 31, 2002


On Europeans.

Jail This Sicko

And throw away the key.
Massive Vacancies

At the Border Patrol.

From sub-Saharan Africa? Nope. Illinois.


A coin's story.

Tuesday, July 30, 2002


Are they about to re-invade Kuwait?

At the US Embassy in Kabul.
He's A Loon

That's why I like him.
Gary Condit

Loses it.


Monday, July 29, 2002


Lieberman Hints to Gore : Please Don't Run!

I'm not a huge fan of Mr. Lieberman, but he is, at heart, a moderate. If McCain somehow won the GOP nomination in 2004, and Lieberman got the Democrat's nod, I'd have a difficult time deciding.

I'd have to see who the Libertarians and the Reform Party nominated before making a final decision. It'd be a tough call.

On Bush.
More On Iraq

A more detailed piece on the "Baghdad-first" plan.

Sunday, July 28, 2002

October Surprise?

Maybe. This plan looks like the best yet.
James Traficant


Saturday, July 27, 2002


Stupid Vs. Evil.
Political Updates

By Novak.
Mr. Bill. O. Reilly.

Gets this one right on the money.
Ward Connerly

On the NAACP.

Monday, July 22, 2002


Our tax dollars at work.

Sunday, July 21, 2002

Morocco vs. Spain


Saturday, July 20, 2002


Please, don't let this happen...

Friday, July 19, 2002

Hillary rips fellow Dem

Gee, and she had always seemed like such a nice lady, too...

Thursday, July 18, 2002



Wednesday, July 17, 2002

This guy needs a bullet

And I'm completely serious.
Jonah Goldberg

On why we should be more laissez-faire with regards to the business scandals.
Palm Beach

Still a national joke.

Tuesday, July 16, 2002

The sickest/funniest thing I've read in a while...


Monday, July 15, 2002


Larry Miller slays the State Department.

Sunday, July 14, 2002


Just a little...sadly.

Saturday, July 13, 2002


In Maryland. Where else?

Friday, July 12, 2002

George Michael

He's afraid to come back to the US. And we're afraid to stand in front of him in a public restroom.

Thursday, July 11, 2002


Two Headlines From The BBC :

1 - "Black youth to sue LA police"

2 - "US criticised in UN debate"

As if either of these items are actually "news"...

Wednesday, July 10, 2002


Gimme some of that old-time religion...

Thank you, sir! May I have another?

Tuesday, July 09, 2002

A non-hero

Green Bay Packers are all evil. This one is stupid as well.
American Hero

Ted would be proud.

Monday, July 08, 2002


Who's dead. And whose son wants to cryogenically freeze his head. And who took quite a few women to bed. But some things are better off left unsaid.

(Remember : I am a published poet. Don't try this at home.)
If Cheney's Out in 2004...

...will Tom Ridge be in? Maybe. But Bush risks further alienating his conservative base by picking a pro-choice moderate. And I can picture Ridge in the VP Debate doing about as well as Jack Kemp in 1996. That is to say, poorly.

I suspect if Bush is going to pick a moderate, he'd at least use the demographics of key states such as California and Florida to his advantage. In other words, perhaps a Hispanic/Latino running-mate? But who?

This is all getting ahead of ourselves, of course. There's the Senate to be won back in November, as well as a House to hold. I think the Dems will pick up Bob Smith's Senate seat in NH, so the GOP will need to win against Dem incumbents in SD and MN.

Oh yeah, and it'd be nice to see Reno get squashed by JEB.

If he comes back, hang him. If he doesn't, even better.

Smoking Cracko?

Sunday, July 07, 2002


Progress with regards to SMALLPOX.


One day, I hope, the American people will wake up.

Nobody likes us. Nobody. And if we aren't vigilant and remain strong, then someday our "allies" will stand idly by while monsters destroy us. Maybe it will be Red China, or the Muslim World, or maybe even an enemy from within, a 5th Column. Only time will tell. But after it happens, and we all fall down, our enemies and allies alike will hold hands and dance on our graves and re-write our history.

And that should never be allowed to happen.

Jane Fonda

Just so no one forgets : She's a traitor and a...well, let's just say the word I'm looking for rhymes with what a smart football coach does on 4th down...

Saturday, July 06, 2002

There he goes again!

Carter to rush to the aid of yet another Leftist despot.

Friday, July 05, 2002

Ted Williams

Dead at 83.

Thursday, July 04, 2002


Orwell :

"Since pacifists have more freedom of action in countries where traces of democracy survive, pacifism can act more effectively against democracy than for it. Objectively, the pacifist is pro-Nazi."

Or, in these times, pro-terrorist.

Will the DEA soon place the hazardous chemical H2O alongside THC and LSD?
I know I'm sick, but...

...this quote from a fireman regarding the small plane crash near LA today struck me as funny :

"A plane went into a crowd near Raging Waters. Six people are in critical condition, two of them with cardiac arrests."

I wonder how many pairs of underpants are in "critical condition"...


Too bad it was one of El Al's guys, not ours...

Check out what this sicko thinks about Vietnam and Iraq!

But hilarious picture!
I wouldn't know where to start...

...were I to bother to tear this hate piece to shreds. Suffice it to say that Leftist Euros have shown their true colors by blasting our great nation on its birthday, while it wages war on behalf of all civilization. We've saved these thankless scum before, we're saving them now, and we'll continue to save them in the future. And we'll never hear a word of praise. That is the task we, as Americans, are faced with generation after generation. And it is a task we must take up, as John Pilger and his lot surely won't.
"Big Brother" brought before barrister

Broad babbles bull.

Wednesday, July 03, 2002


Bombers bite.


Like the League of Nations, it's DOA without US support.

Tuesday, July 02, 2002


Might have some positions open for pilots...

Monday, July 01, 2002

Was This Me Writing Under A Different Name?

Seems like it.
Alien Visitation?


Sunday, June 30, 2002


This site is number four in a Google search for "Ann Coulter 2002".


Tries to re-invent himself yet again.
Blair's Boys Bash Bush

Bloody bastards.

Saturday, June 29, 2002


"Sweet Hideous"

Sweet, Sweet Hideous :
How I Hate to see You Come, or Leave!
How Your Florid Stench makes Me think I'll Die

Oh, Wonderous Monster :
How Your Vulgar Prose Excites Me Sadly!
How You Shout and Scream
In a Whisper.

Oh! Sweet Hideous :
Your Souless Heart Beats, Motionless!
While Pensive Fools Ponder Imponderables
As the Oceans Dry.

Love is Thy Nameless Moniker.

Friday, June 28, 2002


On the War.

Thursday, June 27, 2002


Tennis dyke slams US and GOP.

The dollar collapses.

Wednesday, June 26, 2002

It's Official

There is now a Web site for everything.

Tuesday, June 25, 2002

School Update

My Web Design class is going almost perfectly, and I thus far have a strong A. However, my English class is not going quite as well, as I have currently have a B. Not even a B+, but a B. Looks like my streak of straight As ever since the nightmarish 1995-1996 college year might end this semester. Sigh.

Monday, June 24, 2002


On Judges, And Others.

If the GOP does not win back the Senate in 2002 (and they likely won't), it's gonna be an ugly two-year Presidential Election Campaign that follows, with little getting done.

Larry Summers, a former member of Clinton's Cabinet, and current President of Harvard, will be a name we will hear a lot about in the coming years. Possible VP pick for the Democrats in 2004.

Sunday, June 23, 2002

On "Palestinian" Statehood


Very cute.


Saturday, June 22, 2002

Germany Beats US 1-0

The smart money is on Brazil to win it all. But, really, who cares anymore?

Friday, June 21, 2002

Out of the Frying Pan...

And into the jaws of a huge reptile.


Thursday, June 20, 2002

The Draft?

I'd serve, if called. Though frankly I would rather not. But if that is what is needed to defend our great nation from hideous Islamic terrorists, so be it.
Jay Nordlinger

Good column, as always.

Here's a bit of it :

"Finally, you may know that Saudi Arabia’s King Fahd is in Geneva, to be medically cared for. There is a fine mosque there. He asked the city fathers for permission to build another one. They replied: Yes — when it is possible to build a church in Riyadh."
October Invasion Of Iraq?

Perhaps. But the Dems will go berzerk.

From V. D. Hanson.

The US Mint vs. Virginia

Wednesday, June 19, 2002


Here's the meat of it :

Last spring I organized college students to investigate the voting registrations of university professors at more than a dozen institutions of higher learning. The students used primary registrations to determine party affiliation. Here is a representative sample:

• At the University of Colorado—a public university in a Republican state—94% of the liberal arts faculty whose party registrations could be established were Democrats and only 4% percent Republicans. Out of 85 professors of English who registered to vote, zero were Republicans. Out of 39 professors of history—one. Out of 28 political scientists—two.

How Republican is Colorado? Its governor, two Senators and four out of six congressmen are Republican. There are 200,000 more registered Republicans in Colorado than there are Democrats. But at the state-funded, University of Colorado, Republicans are a fringe group.

• At Brown University, 94.7% of the professors whose political affiliations showed up in primary registrations last year were Democrats, only 5.3% were Republicans. Only three Republicans could be found on the Brown liberal arts faculty. Zero in the English Department, zero in the History Department, zero in the Political Science Department, zero in the Africana Studies Department, and zero in the Sociology Department.

• At the University of New Mexico, 89% of the professors were Democrats, 7% Republicans and 4% Greens. Of 200 professors, ten were Republicans, but zero in the Political Science Department, zero in the History Department, zero in the Journalism Department and only one each in the Sociology, English, Women’s Studies and African American Studies Departments.

• At the University of California, Santa Barbara, 97% of the professors were Democrats. 1.5% Greens and an equal 1.5% Republicans. Only one Republican professor could be found.

• At the University of California, Berkeley, of the 195 professors whose affiliations showed up, 85% were Democrats, 8% Republicans, 4% Greens and 3% American Independent Party, Peace and Freedom Party and Reform Party voters. Out of 54 professors in the History Department, only one Republican could be found, out of 28 Sociology professors zero, out of 57 English professors zero, out of 16 Women’s Studies professors zero, out of nine African American Studies professors zero, out of six Journalism professors zero.

• At the University of California, Los Angeles, of the 157 professors whose political affiliations showed up 93% were Democrats, only 6.5% were Republicans.

• At the University of North Carolina, the Daily Tar Heel conducted its own survey of eight departments and found that, of the professors registered with a major political party, 91% were Democrats while only 9% were Republicans.

Tuesday, June 18, 2002

I like feet too, but...

This guy needs some social skills.
Well, Duh!

Why "homophobia" isn't a real phobia : Gays elicit disgust, not fear.
Korea Defeats Mighty Italy!

Is this the oddest World Cup ever?

Monday, June 17, 2002


US National Team beats Mexico in World Cup, will face Germany.

Sunday, June 16, 2002

Can you really blame him?

Congressman urinates in cup.

Saturday, June 15, 2002

The Derb


Friday, June 14, 2002

Young Jews In Israel

Don't take crap.

Thursday, June 13, 2002

Ah, Love...


A metal pipe? I guess it was a "trick"...
The sickest thing, ever

Wings Are Champs

Victory in Game Five!
Slight Military Buildup

In Kuwait.

Wednesday, June 12, 2002

The World Cup

Weird stuff.

Tuesday, June 11, 2002

Another Broward County Menace

Around the time I lived there, too.

Violent 'Coon

In Michigan.


Please read this!
Atlantic City

A national joke.
Surprising Poll

A majority of even Democrats supports President Bush? If this is true, anti-Bush Senators are going to drop like flies come November...
Unsurprising Poll


David Letterman :

"New York City is bidding for the 2012 Summer Olympics. That's all we need is 10 million foreigners with temporary visas running around."

Monday, June 10, 2002


Sadly, not on this site, but in personal conversations.

US Air is toast.

Win game 3-0, lead series 3-1.
Wings up 1-0

Late in 2nd Period.

Sunday, June 09, 2002


Final score : 3-2. Wings lead series 2-1.

Saturday, June 08, 2002


1-1 in Game Three.

Friday, June 07, 2002


Yes, soccer is boring, but it's still nice to be able to beat the best of the rest of the world at their own game.

Thursday, June 06, 2002


Great article.
Bob Novak

With a rare interesting column.
Wings Win!

Series tied 1-1.

Our friends, the Egyptians.

Two Things

1 - Mr. Rogers went to college in my town! I never knew that!

2 - Dartmouth students are sneering pricks with absolutely no class.

A little bit of truth from CNN. You go Lou!

Wednesday, June 05, 2002

Organic Farming

Why it sucks.

Tuesday, June 04, 2002

Wings Lose

In OT, 3-2.
Quote of the Day

Ward Connerly - "When we give a preference to a Latino applicant over an Asian to compensate for what a white student's ancestor did to a black applicant's ancestor, your head starts to spin."
Moo! Moo!

Bang! Bang!


The Dell Dude

Commentary on the infamous commercials here.

Monday, June 03, 2002


Do a search on for "hose hound", and this site comes up as number eight.

Sadly, a search for "stunning intellect" turned up nothing vis-a-vis myself or this site...
Bizarre Column

From uber-Leftist, Robert Fisk.

He's upset that some people (including actor John Malkovich) have reacted negatively to his anti-American and anti-Israeli tirades in "The Independent".

Well, people who are getting killed every day, and who are under seige, tend to dislike those who so readily apologize for the murderers of their neighbors, friends, and family. Fisk certainly has a right to to spew his inflammatory hate. But so do his readers.
Afghan War-Lords?

Nope. Gay-Lords.

Sunday, June 02, 2002



Saturday, June 01, 2002

V. D. Hanson


He makes a good case for ending US support of Musharraf. But, though I support democratic India over autocratic Pakistan in the current dispute over Kashmir, I feel the US needs to, at least for the time being, continue to support the current unelected Pakistani leadership. They have proven themselves to be allies in the War on Terror, at least the part of it that directly effects US interests. To turn our backs on them so quickly could result in a nightmare resurfacing in Afghanistan, and would do nothing to ease the current tensions which look increasing like they will end in open, possibly nuclear, warfare between India and Pakistan.

The Bush administration should offer some kind of peace plan, not in the unrealistic hope that it will actually bear fruit, but simply to stall for time. When Afghanistan has been sufficiently stabilized, we can then choose our democratic brothers in India over dictatorial Muslims in Pakistan.

Friday, May 31, 2002


Wings move on to the Finals after crushing Avs 7-0.

Ann Coulter

Blunt, as usual...

Thursday, May 30, 2002

Funny Canadian


Wednesday, May 29, 2002


Force Game Seven in Detroit, win 2-0.
Wings Winning

2-0, late in the 2nd period...

Tuesday, May 28, 2002

Man Alive!

The New Republic gets something right!

Mr. Nordlinger

Here :

The mayoral election just concluded in Newark, N.J., was one of the ugliest in memory. It involved the old, entrenched mayor, Sharpe James, and a saner, more moderate upstart, Cory Booker. Both men were black, of course — but some of the most vicious racial politics in this country are intra-black politics. The likes of Sharpe James always play “blacker than thou” — and this is a matter of mouth and posturing, not shade.

James derided Cory Booker as “neo-black” (which is cute, I grant you). The James campaign slogan was “The Real Deal” — everyone in Newark knew what it meant, trust me. James said that Booker was a mere tool of the Right, and of whites. (Both men, naturally, are Democrats — but Booker is open to such notions as school choice and non-theft in government.) The New York Sun reproduced a cartoon that the James campaign had purveyed: It showed a factory, at which “neo-black politicos” were being made. In succession were Clarence Thomas, Condoleezza Rice, Colin Powell, and the challenger, Cory Booker. Two white men were in the foreground, chomping cigars and grinning. They were labeled “right-wing foundations.” One was saying to the other, “They’re so popular, we can’t produce them fast enough.” The other was saying, “I hear they always sell out.”

James won, of course — but only with 53 percent of the vote, which should give some cause for hope. The entire (white) Democratic establishment in New Jersey was behind him.

On the subject of racial politics — intra-black politics — I remember very well a mayoral race in Detroit. It pitted Dennis Archer, who became mayor, against a woman named Sharon McPhail. Now, McPhail was a very, very light-skinned woman — freckles and all. She probably could have passed. And her entire campaign was geared to the idea that Archer — who was infinitely darker than she — wasn’t “black” enough. She talked constantly of Archer’s (alleged) white support (not that such support, even if it had existed, would’ve mattered a lick in Detroit). I thought this was a stunning example of racial politics: that Sharon McPhail should try to out-black Dennis Archer — and get away with it, really.

And I always suspected, too, that one reason Archer’s predecessor, Coleman Young, was so aggressive, crude, and racist was that, as a light-skinned man (also with freckles), he was always trying to prove his credentials. No one could “out-black” him. Young may have been the most vilely racist man I ever witnessed — although he has some stiff competition.

Godless Capitalist and I have a discussion.

Monday, May 27, 2002


Wings lose in OT.

Sunday, May 26, 2002


Article here.

Daniel Schweimler writes, "Addressing a crowd of about 300,000 people in the central city of Sancti Spiritus, [Castro] said not a drop of American blood had been spilt because of terrorist acts commissioned by Cuba." Yeah, but what about the blood of non-Americans?

More : "But the Cuban authorities accused [President Bush] of playing to the Cuban exile community in Florida to ensure that his brother, Jeb, is re-elected as governor later this year." Unlikely. But even if that were the case, at least we allow elections!

Saturday, May 25, 2002




Friday, May 24, 2002

Great Column


By the way, the anagram is "Ann Coulter"...


From John Derbyshire, on Dick Cheney :

"He makes me feel that if I have thought of something, he's probably thought of it first."
For Memorial Day

A bit early, but worth it.
Democrat Idiot

Someone is about to lose her job...

Thursday, May 23, 2002

Strange Times...

In which a US President faces scorn in Western Europe and joyfully embraces Russia's leader...

Column by Larry Elder.
Another Prediction


In September, the Social Democrats (Chancellor Gerhard Schroder's party) will lose seats. The Christian Democrats will gain seats. But the big winner will be Guido Westerwelle and his Free Democrats. Schroder will dump the Greens and take the Free Democrats into his coalition. This means Schroder remains Chancellor, but with a center-right coalition as opposed to the center-left coalition he currently heads.

And the EU will be dead in the water. Heh.
Nuclear War?


Gray Davis is toast. Simon will be the next governor of California (which could help put the state in play for President Bush in 2004).

The massive budget deficit and his tax-hike/spending-cut proposals will sink his re-election candidacy.

Remember - you heard it here first.

From Hackworth.

Wednesday, May 22, 2002


Eat a dick, Patrick Roy! (Pardon my French...)

But probably on-target...

This guy pulls no punches...
Crazed Muslim attacks innocents in the Big Easy

Opens fire at airport, is tackled by civilian bystanders!

Chandra Levy's remains found in DC park!


Senators John McCain and Joe Lieberman have been appearing together quite a bit recently. Is this an early sign of a potential Independent Presidential ticket in 2004?

If so, remember - you heard it here first.

Tuesday, May 21, 2002

David Brock


The results :



Monday, May 20, 2002

Wings Lose

4-3, in OT.
The UN

From my Research Paper

Am I psychic? I wrote this last month :

"As Israel fights, the rest of the world should be keenly interested in

what the eventual outcome will be. For if suicide terror succeeds in

defeating Israel and pushing the Jews into the Mediterranean Sea, then

surely crazed extremists will use this proven tactic against other


Suicide bombers likely in US

Commentary on Pearl's video

The Derb

With shocking speculation. doesn't exactly sound far off the mark, does it?

A Euro-Leftist attacks the recently assassinated Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn

I have just watched the Daniel Pearl video in full...

The link is at :

In a word, sickening.

Sunday, May 19, 2002

Chomsky needs a bullet

Brent Bozell doesn't like him much either.

A weak man.

On our campuses.

Good read from Thomas Sowell.

Is exactly right.

I still don't like it, but if it helps to win the war and bring to GOP back to power in the Senate, then it was the cynical, but smart, thing to do.

Idiotic conspiracy theory mongering doesn't work!

Thank God the Cold War is over...

A War's On


Sadly, Democrats are more interested in second-guessing and wild conspiracy theories.

If they keep the Senate in 2003, which they likely will, this War on Terror will be strangled in its crib. And the terrorists will celebrate.

Saturday, May 18, 2002

The Gift of the Magi

In full, here.

Anyone who can read this story and not be touched is a sub-human who deserves to be sent to the ovens. (Not really, but it is a good read.)

Today's Random Fact

Boris Yeltsin's favorite sport is volleyball. Really.

Nugent vs. Ozzy!


A wild one against the hated Avs, 5-3.

Friday, May 17, 2002

The Senate and Judges

Great article here.

With rare criticism of a liberal Democrat.
Bill O'Reilly

Needs a lesson in economics.

He writes, "A few days ago, a New Jersey couple in their early 20s sat down in front of an oncoming Amtrak train and were killed instantly. Authorities say the pair was addicted to heroin and spent thousands of dollars a month on the drug. Shortly before the suicide, the couple had been evicted from their apartment for non-payment of rent. Relatives say both individuals were in despair."

He continues, "So what about the people who sold the heroin to these Americans? What is their responsibility? Some will argue the pushers have no responsibility, that the users make the choice. But that is nonsense. If nobody sold drugs, there would be no drug problem."

Supply and Demand, Bill! Didn't they ever teach this basic principle at Harvard?

If there is a strong enough demand for something, there will always be a supply. The only way to eradicate the supply is to destroy the demand. And, sadly, there is still a strong demand for illegal drugs despite every effort of the government.

Bill goes on, "You may have also heard about little Rilya Wilson, the 4-year-old foster child in Florida who has been missing for 16 months. Rilya's mother is a crack addict. She had not contacted her child in nearly two years. When Rilya turned up missing, that despicable mother reportedly made noise about suing the state of Florida. It turned my stomach."

And then, "So what about the people who sold crack to Rilya's mother? Are they not partially responsible for the abandonment of the little girl?"

Nope. Call me old-fashioned, Bill, but I tend to believe that the welfare of this child is the responsibility of the mother of this child, not someone who engaged in a business transaction with the mother. If Joe Blow is a drunk and runs over a little girl in the street, who is responsible, Joe or the guy at the 7-11 who sold Joe that six-pack of Bud?

Look, drugs are bad. But as a society, we have to decide which is worse : People who provide a product to others who willingly spend their own money for the personal use of that product, or the State tossing all these folks in prison with hard-core murderers and rapists?

Neal Boortz

A great line here :

[Bill] Clinton: "He hasn't told me yet whether he's [Al Gore] going to run. If he does, of course, at the outset he would be the front-runner. But I think he recognizes that under these circumstances, like every other Democrat, he'll have to make his case; but obviously he's got a lot of friends around America and a lot of people that know we won the popular vote last time and a lot of people think we won the vote in Florida last time. I'm one of them."

Yeah, Slick Willie. And there are a lot of people who think that you're a rapist. I'm one of them.

Thursday, May 16, 2002


Tends to be funny.

Will the government allow people to willingly get immunized? Or will they keep open the door to armageddon?


Should private chats over the internet be kept private, say, by the same laws that disallow the tape-recording of phone conversations? Or is this kind of back-stabbing by a "friend" perfectly acceptable?
Former VP Candidate Jack Kemp Begs Bush

To veto a farm/welfare bill. Go Jack.
Are you sick of him yet?

More on Carter.

Wednesday, May 15, 2002


With a column on

On Carter.
"Violence never solved anything!"

Not true. [SMACK!]


Tuesday, May 14, 2002

DL on Talk Radio

To be hated

Is to be right.

On the Crusader.
PB on Fidel

George One, Cokie Zero

From Neal Boortz :

I didn't see this particular exchange on the Sam & Cokie show … but several people have provided me with various versions of the exchange between her and George Stephanopoulos. The topic at hand was arming commercial airline pilots.

Cokie Roberts is reported to have said something to the effect of "What if the pilot goes nuts and starts shooting people?" George's response? If the pilot goes nuts, he can just crash the airplane.


Lose four in a row, are out of the playoffs.

I hope the Celtics get crushed by New Jersey.
Commentary on President Bush

Sad but true.
Former President Carter Sides With Castro Over The Bush Administration

Treason? I report, you decide...
Tenured Morons

At, where else, UC-Berkeley!
A news arms race?

Just the opposite.
Cato's Jerry Taylor

Weighs in on the Saudi-led oil cartel.

Monday, May 13, 2002


George Will

On the 2002 Congressional elections.

On Fortuyn.
John Leo

On anti-democratic Leftists.
President Grant

A good man, or a Great Man?
The New World Order

Isn't too orderly.

I hope Castro keeps him.
Here kitty kitty...

No tuna for you!

Sunday, May 12, 2002


Go down 3-1 in their series.

Saturday, May 11, 2002


Win Game Five 4-0, win series 4-1. Play either Colorado or San Jose in the Western Conference Finals.

Friday, May 10, 2002


Raped the by refs! Lose the most bizarre game in NBA Playoff history due to biased officiating.

Memo to al-Queda : Next time you fly a plane into a building, make sure it's the Fleet Center in Boston during a closed Celtics practice.
More on the INS

And bureaucrats indifferent to human life but sycophantic towards criminal immigrants.
Peter Bauer, RIP

Who? Read here.

Thursday, May 09, 2002

Kausfiles sells out!


Just won, barely. Lead series 3-1.
Provacative Article

By John Derbyshire.

Was in a minor car accident today. Too wasn't major!
Neal Boortz


Wednesday, May 08, 2002

CNN : Biased, and Stooopid


Lose Game Two, series tied 1-1.
Making fun of the UN

Here's the link.

Near the bottom of the page, it says Kofi Annan "condemns 'despicable' suicide attack in Israeli town of Rishon Letzion". Lovely. (Too bad the General Assembly voted 74-4 yesterday to condemn Israel, without even a passing mention of Palestinian suicide terror.)

Then, just below that item is another piece that says "Annan calls for action to end 'despicable' practice of conscripting children". Wow, more "despicable" stuff? Is the UN being run by Sylvester the Cat or what?

Sadly, I found no exclamations of "suffering succotash!"...

Tuesday, May 07, 2002

Live From Amsterdam! (Not Porn)

This is the Blog of former MTV veejay Adam Curry, who now lives in Amsterdam and was a Fortuyn supporter.
Red Wings

Humiliated 6-1, still lead series 2-1.
Great Letter

From National Review Online's "The Corner" :

An American living in Europe writes to NRO : "The one thing that really strikes me about the murder of Pim Fortuyn is the pictures they have been showing on all the news channels. The one where he is having food thrown at him at a press conference. Whatever happened to those folks? Were they arrested? Was anything done to them? How can the Dutch Left be so shocked by the violent death of a politician when they ignored (or cheered) the first steps of leaving debate and argument behind? ... You cannot imagine what it is like here. Le Pen inspires marches, not debate (Chirac wouldn't allow that to happen). Berlusconi's labour advisor is himself gunned down. Has the left become so bankrupt that they cannot even enter the arena of ideas? After all, Le Pen isn't that hard to argue with, is he? The sad thing is, what is the life of politics in Europe is the life of academia in the United States. How long before our politics degrades to this level?"
From Andrew Sullivan

On the Eurocratic big-wig, Chris Patten :

He brings up the issue of private American financial support for the IRA. He's right that such support is vile. But the American government never sent millions of dollars direct to the IRA to foment terrorism against Britain. Yet the EU funnels vast sums to Yassir Arafat's terrorist organizations, with no checks, no standards, no accountability. That money is used to kill Jews. And Chris Patten helps dispense it. And that's largely all you need to know.
Dutch Democracy

A popular conservative is running for office? What is the Left to do? Well, kill him, of course.

Mail-bomber suspect captured in Nevada!

Suicide bombing near Tel Aviv! At least 15 dead.


Monday, May 06, 2002

A Worker's Paradise?

Not really. Not surprising.
Good Blog


Sunday, May 05, 2002


Win Game One against Boston.
A Horror

This is just terrible. Expect Congress to get involved with new regulations and a lot of grandstanding.
If there's a Hell...

This fella just bought himself some lake-of-fire-front property.
Andrew Sullivan


Saturday, May 04, 2002


From "Shots Across the Bow" :

It's nice to see that our ex-president plans to conduct himself with the same level of dignity he maintained while in office.
I can see it now:

Alright folks, here's what we have fo you next week!

Trolling for trailer trash; a field guide

A sexaholics guide to DC

Doublespeak as an artform

Denial, evasion, and obfuscation: Your keys to victory

Special guests and their topics:

Investing 101, with Hillary Clinton

How to get a head with your boss, with Monica Lewinsky

Fundraising rules and how to avoid them, with Al Gore

All this and posthumous travel tips from Ron Brown and the former members of the White House Travel Office, on the next Bill Clinton Show!

Up 2-0 in the series! They've won 6 in a row!

Sounding more and more like an anti-American. I guess he's still ticked that he couldn't be the spoiler for GW Bush that his fellow Reform Party member Ross Perot was for Bush's father.
The Bush Landslide of '04?

If this holds steady, I don't see how anything else is possible.

None are worth rooting for.
V. D. Hanson

Writes again.
Jimmy Carter

Commentary on the worst President, ever.
The Billy Clinton Show

Let him have it.

Friday, May 03, 2002

Communist Scum

What are they up to today? Click here.

Thursday, May 02, 2002


Close game, but we'll take it.

Wings shutout the Blues, Pistons losing in the 3rd Quarter.
More Demo-Crap

Will a murderer or rapist cancel out your vote?
Wings and Pistons Play Tonight

Game One of Round Two for the Red Wings against St. Louis. A final Game Five of Round One for the Pistons against Toronto.

Mercifully, the Tigers had the day off.
British Royalty

Foot-In-Mouth Disease?
George Will

More on Jews.
Jonah Goldberg

Destroys Europe, proving the pen is mightier than the whine.

Not really.

Wednesday, May 01, 2002


Iran's leader strongly denies supporting terrorism, then praises suicide bombers!

Tuesday, April 30, 2002

Jeff Jacoby

On Jews in Europe.
Flight 93

Let's just name a state after them.

Will play in a decisive Game Five on Thursday, since they lost to the Raptors yesterday.
A Kook Opines On Smallpox

Okay, so Hackworth is a kook. So what? He still brings up some good points.

A smallpox attack could kill millions, maim tens of millions, and crush our current economic recovery. The fallout from such an attack would likely be the use of nuclear weapons by the US against the assumed perpetrators, and all the ensuing global instability that would bring.

If our government is unwilling to immunize our citizens against such an attack because of the potential side-effects for a few, then how can we even bother to pretend that our nation's security is of the highest concern to our elected leaders?

Interesting column here.

I find myself somewhere in the middle. I dislike both Eurocrats and Le Pen about equally. It seems as if the Europeans have no great leaders among them. Which, of course, is all the more reason to ignore them.
Kent State Redux

For Pam?

Part of a column :

Revealing exchange with an INS employee at my oath ceremony last week. There were 2,000 of us in a huge hall at the Javits Convention Center in Manhattan. They seated us by blocks, and were keeping track of who sat where, so they could hand out the naturalization certificates expeditiously. "A miracle of organization." I remarked to the INS man seating us. "Nah," he said, "it's all f****d up. Typical INS!" Derb: "Oh, come now, let's show a little institutional self-esteem." He: "You must be joking." Derb: "What, is morale bad, then?" He: "You can't imagine. Hey, I'm looking for another job." At times like this you realize that these government bureaucracies, for all their waste and follies, and for all we — especially we on the Right — love to scoff at them and criticize them, are staffed with ordinary people with the ordinary person's need to feel useful and valued. If that fellow was right, and morale at the INS is deep in the pits, that cannot be good for America.
Another Good Read

From V. D. Hanson.
Great Column

Dinesh D'Souza breaks down why we should defend pro-Western dictators far better than I could.
More on Pigs

Reason #312 why I never joined a frat.
Brief Movie Reviews

Watched "Angela's Ashes" last night on video. Very long, but worth watching. 4 stars out of 5.

Also saw "The Green Mile" again the other night. As above, very long but worth watching. 3.5 stars out of 5.

Why the half-star difference? "The Green Mile", having seen it several times now, seems at points to be somewhat contrived. "Angela's Ashes", being a memoir, neccessarily rings realistic. Also, Tom Hanks' face, after watching extreme close-ups of it for around three hours, has a tendency to morph into something disturbingly pig-like. Hence it loses half a star.

Monday, April 29, 2002


Even normally sleazy network execs won't take filthy Saudi money.
Quote of the Day

The Afghanistan theater has been the first one, but it won't be the last. It is a place where you are setting an example for how this battle has to be conducted, and there's no question but that Afghanistan is indeed a proving ground.

It's a momentous time. You have a momentous mission. You have been commissioned by history to play a key part. It's dangerous; there's no question. It's difficult and the American people know it and the people of the coalition countries know it. They know it because they see it on television. They know it because they see some of your comrades coming home dead and wounded.

The coalition, this coalition, stands on the front line between freedom and fear. You stand against an evil that cannot be appeased, it must not be ignored, and it certainly must be defeated.

You've done a magnificent job, each of you, and I am proud and I am grateful and I know that your families are proud and grateful. They worry about you. And they too sacrifice.

And when this war is won, and it will be won, you will be able to say that I fought with the coalition in Afghanistan against terrorism and you'll be remembered for it.

--Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, speaking to US and coalition forces in Bagram, Afghanistan
Strippers and Cripples

There is no God.
Red China

More reasons to hate that vile regime here.

Sunday, April 28, 2002

Will We Fight?

Read this for why we should.
The difference between capitalism and communism?

Black and white.

Compare countries with free markets (The US, Western Europe, Japan) with countries wallowing in socialism or communism (Cuba, North Korea, most of Africa).
"Bariffs and Terriers"

Un-free trade.
Pistons were losers last night

Will try to finish off the Raptors tomorrow.

Saturday, April 27, 2002

Wings Win!

Hello, 2nd round...

Too Little, Too Late for ANWR

"Savage" Attacks


Capitalism is the unequal distribution of wealth, socialism the equal distribution of misery
Reparations Wackiness

1.4 trillion? Is this a typo?
Sex, Lies, and ... South Dakota???

The sad story here.

Sickening quote from the article :

"One [woman] supposedly had 70 contacts. I don't think it's normal for anywhere."

Now that's one nasty little hose-hound.
Heroism and Savagery

A story.
Jewish Republicans?

It's possible.

Friday, April 26, 2002

Screw the EU

Ignore the UN

Here is why.
It's Pat!

Who woulda thunk that Pat Buchanan would become a terrorist-symp?

Just wrote a 1,500-word research paper on suicide terrorism. 25% of my English grade hangs in the balance!

Thursday, April 25, 2002

Canada Hates Canadian Heroes

This is twisted.

Anthrax found in Connecticut postal facility! Is this a leftover of the bio-terror attack from last year, or is it something new? We'll find out in the coming days...

Funny Column About France


Red Wings win 4-0, take 3-2 series lead.

Red Winds lead 4-0 in the 1st period!

And we call these guys our allies???

Wednesday, April 24, 2002

Good Soup

I highly recommend Wolfgang Puck's line of soups. Good stuff. I mean, how can anyone dislike a guy with "gang-puck" in his name? Though, I tend to stay away from his cream-based products...
European Statistics

Here's a quote from :

"Despite his renegade status, Mr Le Pen came second with 16.9% of the vote in the first round, not far behind Mr Chirac, who only managed to win 19.9%, and comfortably ahead of Mr Jospin, who received just 16.2%."

Huh? Being behind by three full percentage points is "not far behind", but beating someone by 0.7% is indicative of being "comfortably ahead"? Is this metric or something?

Hell, yeah. It's 2-0, headed to Canada. Pack your sweater.
Commentary From A Dick

Must-read stuff here.

Red Wings won 4-2 last night to even their series with Vancouver at 2-2. Pistons play Toronto tonight.
Pitchfork Pat Weighs In On Le Pen

And, since they are ideological brothers, Pat doesn't have much bad to say.