Sunday, March 21, 2004

Quick Hits

Far right and left batter French govt in regional elections. Bad on both counts.

Congress taking on Marbury and judicial activism. Interesting.


Bad news in Afghanistan.

Army drops charges against Guantanamo chaplain James Yee. Embarrassing?

Richard Clarke accuses Bush for ignoring pre-9/11 warnings about al Qaida. Smells partisan to me.

Bush is also being hit on fraudulent Medicare estimates. Worrisome.

These are not open lies by the President, of course, but they are not about his sexual relations either. Bush has to clean up the show if he means to "restore dignity and honor to the White House."


How many John Kerrys does it take to change a lightbulb?

Kerry--America's second black President? No, how about Teresa Heinz Kerry as the first African-American First Lady?

"Had the decision belonged to Senator Kerry, Saddam Hussein would still be power today in Iraq. In fact, Saddam would almost certainly still be in control of Kuwait." -- Dick Cheney, March 17, 2004

So far, Kerry's "proposed $1.7 trillion in new spending, more than the annual economic output for the country of France, three-fourths of the size of the entire U.S. government, and an average of $15,500 per American household."

The Crazy Right:

Bush Advances the "Gay" Agenda. Disgusting.

CWA: FMA is not enough. Just sad.

College News:

The tax man is coming after U.

University of North Texas: "Free Speech Area. To Schedule, Contact Dean of Students Office."

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