Friday, December 31, 2004

Study: Family, Friends Reduce Quality Internet Time
US Navy, Marines swing into action on Sumatra
Beslan donates $46K to aid effort

Wednesday, December 22, 2004

US Retailers Say Christmas Not Just for Christians
Pastors Indicted For Villifying Muslims (Chilling Implications For Us All)
There are some hints that the outcome of the case was virtually predetermined. When during the trial Scot began to read Qur'anic verses that discriminate against women, a lawyer for the Islamic Council of Victoria, the organization that brought the suit, stopped him: reading the verses aloud, she said, would in itself be religious vilification. Dismayed, Scot replied: "How can it be vilifying to Muslims in the room when I am just reading from the Qur'an?"
Oscaring Mel Gibson
A sign of the cross miraculously reappears (on LA County Seal)

Friday, December 17, 2004

To my little girl, with love - Why I won't be home for Christmas
Bid for handgun ban faces hurdles:
'How many more Michael Moore films does it take to tell us that the Second Amendment is absolutely archaic, and other nations do it better than we do?' said Mirkarimi, who plans to donate or sell his own guns. 'We should absolutely go forward with it despite the constitutional challenges.'

Can one eat enough to vomit enough?
Mark Steyn: In praise of "Jesusland"
If it was ever possible for Steyn to outdo himself...
Cahill: Kerry Camp Underestimated Ads:
Mehlman acknowledged that Democrats scored points against Bush, such as raising the specter of a draft reinstatement, which got the attention of young voters.

'I think that was something that worked. It wasn't true, but it worked,' he said.

Lyin' rat bastards... and they even admit it. See ya in May, Mehlman, when we remind the nation just how badly your team sucks.

The False Hope of Gun-Free Zones

Monday, December 13, 2004

Emancipation failing as Dutch women stay home
AMSTERDAM — The emancipation of women in the Netherlands has come to a standstill and is failing to meet the government's targets, the Social and Cultural Planning Bureau (SCP) said on Monday.

When the gubmint is far too involved in life...

(I recall some Brit pols lamenting the same "problem" a year or so ago... sad they weren't recouping their education investments...)
Religious statue defaced
Latest Letter From Michael Moore To The Far Left Kool-Aid Drinkers
Self-Ownership, Abortion, and the Rights of Children: Toward a More Conservative Libertarianism

Wednesday, December 08, 2004

Atkinson defends right to offend (U.K.):
'It all points to the promotion of the idea that there should be a right not to be offended. But in my view the right to offend is far more important than any right not to be offended.

'The right to ridicule is far more important to society than any right not to be ridiculed because one in my view represents openness - and the other represents oppression.'

Who poisoned Yushchenko?
Fire Ant Solution (Tiny Flies Chop Their Heads Off!)
U.N. Opens Forum on Tolerance to Muslims
Nativity Scene Controversy in S. Florida


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