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This Dick Cheney thing has officially gotten out of hand. The press went berserk for the first few days of the ‘scandal’ trying to get the Vice President to talk, trying to catch Scott McClellan in some admission of guilt on the administration’s part, trying anything thay can to make […]

This would be some disappointing news if the Cold War were still on…but it’s over: US Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir caused a stir when he wore a red jacket with the letters “CCCP” on the front – the Russian acronym for the USSR. Apparently, it was a gift from […]

They’re now saying that the H5N1 bird flu may have made it into Germany. This is definitely bad news. The H5N1 strain has decimated bird popluations across the globe thus far, and is still spreading. It’s only a matter of time before it hits the US, and there are still […]

Another non-story

Apparently, the press is getting all over the Bush administration for not releasing news that VP Dick Cheney accidentally shot a friend on a hunting trip over the weekend. Basically, all that this amounts to is another load of crap at the wall. Really, I don’t know what all of […]

It looks like this stink over the so-called ‘domestic spying’ thing isn’t going away any time soon. The Senate Judiciary Committee has been questioning Alberto Gonzales, and I even heard that Senator Leahy was asking Gonzales who’s phones have been tapped! Now, I don’t know about you, but I don’t […]

Well, the libs have gone and done it again…made fools of themselves, that is. Today is the funeral of Coretta Scott King, and all kinds of people have gotten up to eulogize…but a few decided that eulogizing Mrs. King wasn’t enough – they had to bloviate and drop a few […]

There was a big stink in the news yesterday regarding Justice Sam Alito’s first vote as a Supreme Court Justice. To read the AP’s take on it (and the way the pundits reacted to the AP piece), you’d think that Sam Alito was putting on a very convincing conservative act…but […]

I’ll try to keep this short and sweet, mainly because I’m still getting over a cold, and am not feeling totally up to par. 2 major things of note happened yesterday. First, Sam Alito was confirmed to the Supreme Court. This is great news, as the balance of the court […]

The Academy Award nominations are out…and here’s my professional analysis: Brokeback Mountain received 8 nominations. I wouldn’t be surprised if it won at least 6 of the 8 awards. Why? Because mainstreaming homosexuality seems to be the agenda of choice this year…and the actual success of the movie doesn’t seem […]

The Religion Behind Evolutionism

Even over 200 years after the Constitution’s ratification, the interaction between the Church and the government is still a hot-button topic, these days mainly taking the form of the evolution/intelligent design debate. I was thinking about this the other day, because I had been talking with some friends about a […]