Well, that's how the SCLM will represent them. Still, it's fun to say "neener neener!" to the neocons for a change.
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I've been on the Intertubes long enough to have heard this story many times. Readers, share with us your own experience, we want to know if it's typical. I'm protecting the innocent and blanking a few details for the sake of privacy:
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But Bambi is ok, right? Remind me to skip the matinee in Moscow. This is a "funny" post, because Borat is a sensation and all that, but as Antony reminds us:
After the murder of journalist Anna Politkovskaya and poisoning of a former Russian spy, the increasingly authoritarian reign of Vladimir Putin is cause for concern.
Russia: not getting better. Don't forget that; they have oil, nukes, and crazies, just like we do. Read more about Borat Not So Funny to Russians
Thank the God of Your Choice that we've still got a few thinking judges on some courts. Slowly, but surely, the rest of American is coming to understand that there is no difference between speech from a mouth, speech on a piece of dessicated dead tree, and speech that is expressed in the Ether of the Intertubes. Read more about Court to Bloggers: Post Away Without Fear (Sort Of)
So a while back I directed you all to a couple of posts about how the Taliban is basically running around, stronger and more organized than ever, despite our and NATO's efforts in Afghanistan. His Majesty the Grey One has been running a series of late, "Simple Answers to Simple Questions," and I've got one for you. Read this article, and pay attention to this part in particular:
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Over the past year, we've been tracking the story of Bush's gulags, and asking ourselves how many prisoners He was keeping there. Our answer (given in early 2005 on the basis of airplane tail numbers, long before WaPo "broke" the story) was 8,500. Later in 2005, the Times estimated 14,000. Read more about The arithmetic: Were thousands from Bush's gulags disappeared?
Henry Paulson today said rules like Sarbanes-Oxley endanger our economy's competitiveness. Competitiveness with what, he didn't say. Read more at Reuters. Read more about Bush Treasury Secretary: Enron Good for US Economy
It would be irresponsible not to speculate. Via Andrew Stephen in the UK's New Statesman:
Rumours persist here[In DC] (and I have heard them repeated at a very senior level in the UK, too) that Bush has actually resumed drinking; I throw this into the mix not to sensationalise, but because I have now heard the rumour repeated at a sufficiently high level that I believe we must face the possibility that it might be true.
According to police, the couple was on a desolate part of Route 100 when a car cut in front of their sport utility vehicle and forced them off the road around 11 p.m.
No one answered the door Monday at the coupleâ€™s blue and white Colonial home, one of eight houses in the cul-de-sac. It is three doors away from the home of the former president and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, which has a guardhouse at the foot of its driveway.
U.S. President George W. Bush and President Jacques Chirac of France met several weeks ago. Bush told his French counterpart that the possibility that Israel would carry out a strike against Iran's nuclear installations should not be ruled out.
Oddly, or not, I haven't been hearing a lot about Democratic hearings investigating Abramoff's various affairs. (Wampum, of course, has been all over this story, which, among other things, involves the theft of billions of dollars by oil companies. Not to mention the slavery, prostitution, and forced abortions in the Northern Marianas, clients of Our Jack).
Then, there's also the McCain [genuflects] angle. Kossack dengre reminds us: Read more about So, who's going to head up the Dems Abramoff investigation?
From USA Today, the newspaper in front of the door at every hotel in America, the mainstream view:
Religion's only real commodity, after all, is its moral authority. Lose that, and we lose our credibility. Lose credibility, and we might as well close up shop.
James Baker's book, reviewed:
As the first President Bush left office in 1993, Baker says, "America was the most-admired nation on the face of the earth," but, sadly, that feeling slowly eroded. "Today, it is probably safe to say that majorities in most countries oppose our policies and distrust our motives," Baker says.
Thomas H. Lee Partners, Bain Capital and the Mays family score a major media coup . Now that hedge funds are monitoring the blogosphere for key memes against which to trade it only makes sense that the private equity firms should lend a hand by financing the new new consolidation of media. Since behavioral finance is the now dominant paradigm, and sentiment analysis now the rage, why not maximize by creating a perfect black box? You. Read more about Clear Channel sells to Thomas H. Lee Partners, Bain Capital and the Mays family