Monday, July 18, 2005


They are no longer to be taken seriously. The M.S.M. is an opposition party, pure and simple. Read this article, please, and not right after eating! This is from the "friend of the court" brief (Amicus Brief) filed by the New York Times!............T
In fact, it appears Plame was first outed to the general public as a result of a consciously loaded and slyly hypothetical piece by the journalist David Corn. Corn's source appears to have been none other than Plame's own husband, former ambassador and current Democratic-party operative Joseph Wilson -- that same pillar of national security rectitude whose notion of discretion, upon being dispatched by the CIA for a sensitive mission to Niger, was to write a highly public op-ed about his trip in the New York Times. This isn't news to the media; they have simply chosen not to report it.

The hypocrisy, though, only starts there. It turns out that the media believe Plame was outed long before either Novak or Corn took pen to paper. And not by an ambiguous confirmation from Rove or a nod-and-a-wink from Ambassador Hubby. No, the media think Plame was previously compromised by a disclosure from the intelligence community itself -- although it may be questionable whether there was anything of her covert status left to salvage at that point, ...

Thursday, July 07, 2005

They'll be moving from "Orange" to "Red" now that the bombs are ripping apart London!...T Posted by Picasa

The Real France..Don't forget to take the "Guderian Bypass"........T Posted by Picasa

Monday, July 04, 2005

The 'Supreme' fight ahead

Barone nails it to the wall: Namely, this abortion business is entirely aside from the point. Stare Decisis ensures Roe V. Wade will stand. If it were somehow overturned, the States would uphold it. But what about all the other vital issues? What about federalism?!........T
Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's retirement seems sure to lead to a brutal political battle over the confirmation of her replacement. There is no indication that George W. Bush intends to nominate someone who appeared on a recent list of nominees acceptable to Senate Democrats. This would be to cede the appointing power from the president and the Senate majority to a minority in the Senate.

abortion is one of those issues that divides the electorate along cultural lines into nearly equal Democratic and Republican blocs. It is of great symbolic importance to groups on both sides, and not for trivial reasons. But a brutal battle over abortion -- which is what this battle is going to be about for most voters -- is an argument over an issue that is largely moot. Other issues that exercise legal scholars -- over federalism, for example -- are totally unfamiliar to almost all voters.

Saturday, July 02, 2005

Reversing the Bork Defeat

Now we'll see who won the Filibuster compromise! The "Nuclear Option" needs to remain on the table............................T
With a Republican Senate, President Bush has the chance to succeed where Reagan failed by getting a conservative constitutionalist confirmed to the Supreme Court.
ON OCTOBER 23, 1987--a day that lives in conservative infamy--Robert Bork's nomination to the Supreme Court was rejected by a Democratic Senate. Now, 18 years later, George W. Bush has the chance to reverse this defeat, and to begin to fulfill what has always been one of the core themes of modern American conservatism: the relinking of constitutional law and constitutional jurisprudence to the Constitution.