Archive for December, 2005

Iranian President Moderates His Stance

Thursday, December 8th, 2005

It seems Iranian President Ahmadinejad has moderated his position towards Israel. Instead of insisting that Israel be wiped off the map, he is only demanding that the State be moved to Europe. I wonder what he’ll say when Iran is nuclearized.

The Recess Appointment is Looking Really Good

Thursday, December 8th, 2005

Of John Bolton, that is, to the position of U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. Yesterday was apparently Human Rights Day (it was Pearl Harbor Day on my calendar), and of course, no human rights day would be complete without a UN official criticizing the human rights record of the United States. Yesterday, the task […]

Boortz on the “Democratic Ba’athists”

Thursday, December 8th, 2005

Neal Boortz has this statement on how national, Democrat politicians are responding to President Bush’s recent progress reports on Iraq: George W. Bush has finally been giving speeches talking about the progress in Iraq. Yes, there is good news, and there has been for some time. So the president makes a speech detailing the progress, […]

HR: Democrats as useless as software project managers

Wednesday, December 7th, 2005

HR, commenting on the nationalreview article below, observes that there is a hard limit to what can be “planned” in any complex endeavor, and that when it comes to Democrat’s criticism of Bush’s “plan” in Iraq, they are as useless as software project managers. This is an excellent point, and one I can relate to. […]

Terrorists in our midst

Wednesday, December 7th, 2005

Two articles on how terrorists are infiltrating the US: has this article on how “Saudis have radicalized 80% of US mosques”. According to the article, the Saudi’s have spent $70-80 BILLION over the last three decades exporting mosques and Wahhabi imans. Daniel Pipes, mideast scholar extraordinaire, has this article entitled “A very awkward fact: […]

Princeton University — leftist “sensitivity” in action

Tuesday, December 6th, 2005

Want to speak at an American University? If so, Debbie Schlussel has some facts that you should consider. For example, are you a terrorist or supporter of known terrorist organizations? Good. Your next step is to pick a five figure speaking fee. However, if you’re a reformed terrorist who denounces terrorism and promotes peace, well, […]

Defeaticrat Party Poopers

Monday, December 5th, 2005

A little catch-up… In case you didn’t see these, don’t miss Dems determined to ignore progress in Iraq by Mark Steyn and A Moral War by Victor Davis Hanson. Both are excellent commentaries on the state of the Iraq war and the moral bankruptcy of the “Defeaticrat” party. This from Steyn: It must be awful […]

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

Monday, December 5th, 2005

And the perfect illustration of this maxim is in today’s Washington Post. The link to the article is here.

Kerry 2002 – “we must be prepared to stay the course”

Friday, December 2nd, 2005

We cannot allow that to happen in Iraq, and we must be prepared to stay the course over however many years it takes to do it right. These words were spoken by Senator John Kerry in his pre-war speech made on the Senate floor on October 9, 2002. Here’s the relevant section of the speech: […]