Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Terri Schiavo: Judicial Murder

This has sickened me for weeks, and now Nat Hentoff, the left wing activist and jazz critic of reknown, has given voice to my thoughts. Even Jesse Jackson is with us now...What an unspeakable tragedy this has been...Please read this article........T
"Her crime was being disabled, voiceless, and at the disposal of our media"

by Nat Hentoff

Friday, March 25, 2005

Iraq's insurgents "seek exit strategy"

This just in, in case anyone now remembers the "no blood for oil" crowd. As if the Left-wing could just say "never mind, forget that whole election thing, Bush was right all along".............T
"Many of Iraq's predominantly Sunni Arab insurgents would lay down their arms and join the political process in exchange for guarantees of their safety and that of their co-religionists, according to a prominent Sunni politician."

Thursday, March 24, 2005

The Schiavo's Marriage Is Clearly a Sham

This is the best analysis of the Schiavo case tragedy yet. Concise and brutally honest.
At this point, Michael Schiavo asserted his right as husband and guardian to insist his wife Terri's feeding tube be removed. At this point Michael Schiavo is married to Terri Schiavo only for the purpose of ending her life...

Friday, March 18, 2005

What's Left? Shame.

That's two "Simpleton Cowboys" we have elected as president now. One is ready to be chiseled into the face of Mt. Rushmore. Will the second follow suit? ...This guy knows how to write...AND he knows the region vastly better than Friedman, Wright, et all...........T
"The international left's concern for human rights turns out to be nothing more than a useful weapon for its anti-Americanism. Until now. Now that the real Arab street has risen to claim rights that the West takes for granted, the left takes note. It is forced to acknowledge that those brutish Americans led by their simpleton cowboy might have been right. It has no choice. It is shamed. A Lebanese, amid a sea of a million other Lebanese, raises a placard reading "Thank you, George W. Bush," and all that Euro-pretense, moral and intellectual, collapses."

Stage Is Set for 'Nuclear' Showdown

Ah, it's been a slow period, my friends! Yes, it's to be expected after a bitterly contested election, the "sudden" realization that "Bush was right!" on the Mid-East, etc. I've not wanted to clutter this page with anything but relevant articles...But this is an historically important moment in the acsention of the Republican party to true, confident majority status. Believe me, no Republican minority would ever have dreamed of obstructionist tactics like this. So, this is indeed an historic moment upcoming............................T
"Senate Republicans are eyeing an April showdown over President Bush's judicial nominees that could end in a Senate rule change--known as the 'nuclear' option--that forbids filibusters of presidential nominees."

Friday, March 11, 2005


Oh Ann! As Howard would say: "YEEEEEAAAHHHHHHH!........................T
"Liberals have been completely intellectually vanquished. Actually, they lost the war of ideas long ago. It's just that now their defeat is so obvious, even they've noticed. As new DNC Chairman Howard Dean might say, it's all over but the screaming.

In an editorial last week, The New York Times gave President Bush credit for democracy sweeping through the Middle East or, as the Times put it, 'a year of heartening surprises.' Yes, the Middle East's current democratization would come as quite a surprise to anyone who puts his hands over his ears and hums during the president's speeches"

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

The Arab Street - A vanquished cliche.

By Christopher Hitchens, a great article for all of us who grew up reading Robin Wright, Thomas Friedman, and other so-called "Arabists".............T
"The London-based newspaper Al Quds al-Arabi, which has for some time been a surrogate voice for 'insurgent' talk in the Arab diaspora, polled its readers after the Iraqi elections and had the grace to print the result. About 90 percent had been favorably impressed by the sight of Iraqi and Kurdish voters waiting their turn to have a say in their own future. "