Monthly Archives: May 2008

Support the Troops

History-Making Push for U.S. Troops A team of patriotic leaders are working together in a historic undertaking with the goal of sending the largest single shipment of care packages to U.S. troops in American history. Coupla personal notes: Larry Bailey … Continue reading

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One voice

See Honk and Wave: Veteran Faithfully Supports U.S. Troops! Jim and Tammy are friends of mine. The older (and less hirsute) gentleman is the fellow arrested down there for touching a cop. Charges dropped against Pop Kohanowich It’s amazing what … Continue reading

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Memorial Day

Jules Crittenden has a post up that says it all better than I can. Follow the links: On Dying And Continuing To Be Alive

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Just Curious – Global Climate Change?

I’m no weather wonk. I can’t even seem to use the NWS weather radar to tell for sure if it’s raining here. I have to look out the window? So… I’m curious about this whole global warming/cooling thing. My curiousity … Continue reading

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Just Curious – Global Climate Change?

I’m no weather wonk. I can’t even seem to use the NWS weather radar to tell for sure if it’s raining here. I have to look out the window? So… I’m curious about this whole global warming/cooling thing. My curiousity … Continue reading

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Time for a change?

Democrats’ Platform for Revolution is an article should be a ‘must read’ for every citizen, but won’t be. I been aware of Saul Alinsky for some time, so there’s little new here from that aspect, but it does provide a … Continue reading

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Time for a change?

Democrats’ Platform for Revolution is an article should be a ‘must read’ for every citizen, but won’t be. I been aware of Saul Alinsky for some time, so there’s little new here from that aspect, but it does provide a … Continue reading

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I'm feeling MUCH better now!

Snagged from Drudge: War protesters frustrated by apathy “People walk past and say, ‘I’m glad you’re doing something,’ ” said Marty O’Malley, a Forest Hills council member who has attended more than 100 anti-Iraq war events, as he stood in … Continue reading

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I’m feeling MUCH better now!

Snagged from Drudge: War protesters frustrated by apathy “People walk past and say, ‘I’m glad you’re doing something,’ ” said Marty O’Malley, a Forest Hills council member who has attended more than 100 anti-Iraq war events, as he stood in … Continue reading

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