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  • Swiftboat veterans expose something new: Kevin McCullough says Mr. 'Bring it On' is...

    08/27/2004 2:53:04 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 31 replies · 2,372+ views ^ | Friday, August 27, 2004 | Kevin McCullough
    Friday, August 27, 2004 Swiftboat veterans expose something new Posted: August 27, 20041:00 a.m. Eastern By Kevin McCullough © 2004 Something struck me today that jolted my thinking on the whole swiftboat veterans issue. As I was reading the reports of John Kerry sending campaign staff to Crawford to ask President Bush to denounce the swiftboat ads, something just smacked me in the face. Over most of the campaign year, John Kerry has not faced much adversity. From the media preordaining him as "the" candidate earlier in the year, to his sudden and swift winning of the nomination, to his...

    08/11/2004 3:38:17 AM PDT · by KMC1 · 39 replies · 1,516+ views
    WMCA - NY ^ | 8.11.2004
    NEW YORK - According to intelligence that has been retrieved from the computer laptop and files of Muhammed Khan of Pakistan, Al Qaeda plans to attack before the November 2 elections but new details are just now surfacing as to what the plan really looks like. The plans call for a major assassination of a high profile political figure, which most likely will be triggered by another public statement from Osama bin Laden, and that will lead to the all out attack against the U.S. homeland. It is possible that the political assassination could occur in Saudi Arabia or Yemen...

    08/03/2004 9:25:30 AM PDT · by KMC1 · 23 replies · 5,660+ views
    WMCA-NY ^ | 8.3.2003
    NEW YORK - It appears as though yet another foreign leader, (just one of several who Kerry refused to name), has chosen to endorse his candidacy. The Red Communists of China, and their official news outlet, the state run "People's Daily" formally endorsed the Democrat from Massachusetts for the race of President of the United States. The communist newspaper said in its endorsement, "(Sen. Kerry)...looks squarely at China's position and influence in Asia and the world at large, and he opposes the containment of China and stands for contacts with the country."

    08/03/2004 7:59:25 AM PDT · by KMC1 · 31 replies · 1,726+ views
    WMCA-NY ^ | 8.3.2003
    NEW YORK - The economy has set yet another benchmark in the recovery under the present administration. U. S. manufacturing has expanded for a record 14th straight month and a new report says hiring in the factory sector is still on the increase. The Institute for Supply Management said its index of national factory activity rose from 61.1 the month previous to 62.0 in July. (Any number above 50 demonstrates growth.) The index has stayed above 60 for another record - nine months. The employment sector of the index showed growth as well as the rating came in at 57.3...

    08/02/2004 8:19:08 AM PDT · by KMC1 · 54 replies · 3,303+ views
    WMCA-NY ^ | 8.2.2004
    Declaring that "America needs continuity in such tough and challenging times," St. Paul Minnesota Mayor Randy Kelly has joined the swelling ranks of elected Democrat officials and is backing Republican President George W. Bush for re-election. "The President and I do not agree on a lot of issues, but in turbulent times what the American people need more than anything is continuity of government even with some imperfect policies," said Mayor Kelly. Kelly follows the lead of former two term governor from the state of Georgia, United States Senator Zell Miller. Miller appeared on "Meet The Press" on Sunday declaring...

    07/30/2004 8:18:51 AM PDT · by KMC1 · 11 replies · 1,081+ views
    Crosswalk ^ | 7.30.2004

    07/26/2004 8:25:57 AM PDT · by KMC1 · 6 replies · 589+ views
    WMCA-NY ^ | 7.25.2004
    NEW YORK - Thousands gathered at New York City hall park yesterday to renew their marriage vows and make a pro-active and positive statement that marriage is a sacred covenant between a man and a woman. The effort brought together the largest coalition of churches in New York ever in support of a single matter. The Church of God In Christ, a predominantly black denomination, CONLICO - the largest coalition of hispanic churches in NYC, and the City Covenant Coaliton all combined forces and efforts to get out the message - marriage is sacred, and God designed it as a...

    07/25/2004 7:43:40 AM PDT · by KMC1 · 4 replies · 749+ views
    WMCA-NY ^ | 7.25.2003
    EDITORIAL - For the last 120 days we have talked about the need to send a message of support for the institution of marriage as it has been defined from the beginning of civilization. The day has arrived and the time to act is here. Today at City Hall Park in downtown NYC. You are invited to come and renew your marriage vows. Marriage by definition is a sacred covenant between one man and one woman. This ceremony today is extremely significant to this regard. Significant in size and scope. Today unified African American churches from the COGIC denomination (Church...
  • Free Republic "Bump List" Register

    09/30/2001 4:46:44 AM PDT · by John Robinson · 191 replies · 12,118+ views
    I have created a public register of "bump lists" here on Free Republic. I define a bump list as a name listed in the "To" field used to index articles. Free Republic Bump List Register
  • [Ann Coulter] Wilson lied, kids died!

    07/14/2004 4:34:39 PM PDT · by Plutarch · 112 replies · 4,745+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | July 14, 04 | Ann Coulter
    Another high-profile John Kerry supporter was outed as a nutcase this week: Joseph C. Wilson IV, the Walter Mitty of conspiracy theorists. Wilson is the ne'er-do-well WASP embraced by the Democrats last year for calling Bush a liar. Wilson claimed to be shocked, appalled, alarmed when President Bush said during his 2003 State of the Union address: "The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa." Wilson was shocked because, in 2002, he had been sent on an unpaid make-work job to Niger to "investigate" whether Saddam Hussein had tried to buy uranium...
  • Moby's Dick

    06/23/2004 5:58:45 PM PDT · by perfect stranger · 88 replies · 841+ views ^ | Jun 23, 2004 | Ann Coulter
    According to the front page of the New York Times – so it must be true! – the release of Bill Clinton's latest round of lies, "My Life," has "many of his old antagonists ... gearing up again." Among many others, MSNBC's Bill Press said the book was "bringing all the Clinton haters out from under their rocks. I mean, they're salivating because they get another chance to get into all of these issues." We're not salivating with anticipation – that's drool as we fall into a coma. Since Clinton was impeached, liberals have been trapped in a time warp....
  • Cleland drops a political grenade

    02/11/2004 4:48:18 PM PST · by perfect stranger · 241 replies · 590+ views ^ | February 11, 2004 | Ann Coulter
    Former Sen. Max Cleland is the Democrats' designated hysteric about George Bush's National Guard service. A triple amputee and Vietnam veteran, Cleland is making the rounds on talk TV, basking in the affection of liberals who have suddenly become jock-sniffers for war veterans and working himself into a lather about President Bush's military service. Citing such renowned military experts as Molly Ivins, Cleland indignantly demands further investigation into Bush's service with the Texas Air National Guard. Bush's National Guard service is the most thoroughly investigated event since the Kennedy assassination. But the Democrats will accept only two possible conclusions to...
  • 'What happened to your queer party-friends?' - Ann Coulter

    01/21/2004 9:28:04 PM PST · by kattracks · 64 replies · 6,276+ views ^ | 1/22/04 | Ann Coulter
    The endless receding nightmare of the Iowa caucuses has finally produced something interesting: The Democrats have one hellacious catfight on their hands. After all the hoopla about Howard Dean's new mass movement of "Deaniacs," it appears that blanketing Iowa with self-righteous 20-year-olds in orange wool caps may not have been the ideal campaign strategy. Dean's distant third-place finish makes you want to ask him the question Jack Nicholson put to his down-and-out gay neighbor in "As Good As It Gets": "What happened to your queer party-friends?" At the behest of the Democratic Party establishment, the media dutifully destroyed Howard Dean,...
  • The Democrats' Idea of a General - Ann Coulter

    01/15/2004 3:23:29 AM PST · by kattracks · 85 replies · 492+ views ^ | 1/15/04 | Ann Coulter
    Democrats are so delirious about finding a general who is a pacifist scaredy-cat that no one seems to have bothered to investigate whether Wesley Clark is sane. On "Meet the Press" back in November, Clark described intelligence as "a sort of gray goo as you look at it. You can't see through it, exactly, and if you try to touch it, it gets real sticky and you might actually interfere with the information that you're getting back. So you have to draw inferences from it." No, wait. I'm sorry. I think that was Clark talking about Monica Lewinsky's dress,...
  • Place your right hand on the Quran and repeat after me: Ann Coulter

    12/31/2003 11:45:47 AM PST · by RaceBannon · 58 replies · 283+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | Posted: December 31, 2003 | Ann Coulter
    Place your right hand on the Quran and repeat after me -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted: December 31, 2003 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2003 Universal Press Syndicate The American Civil Liberties Union began its onslaught against Alabama Judge Roy Moore in 1995, when an ACLU lawyer, depressed that he was not chosen to play Mrs. Claus in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade that year, wrote a letter to all the state judges in Alabama protesting their practice of having a prayer in the courtroom every few weeks. (Obviously you can't have prayer in court: It might distract all the people holding their hand...
  • Liberal Arguments ..... Ann Coulter

    08/27/2003 4:52:25 PM PDT · by Rummyfan · 39 replies · 475+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | 27 Aug 2003 | Ann Coulter
    Liberal arguments: Still a quagmire -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted: August 27, 2003 6:45 p.m. Eastern © 2003 Universal Press Syndicate Liberals are hopping mad about the war with Iraq. Showing the nuance and complexity of thought liberals pride themselves on, they are excitedly restating all the arguments they made before the war – arguments which were soundly rejected by the American people, the U.S. Congress and the Bush administration. Before the war, they said Saddam Hussein – their favorite world leader behind Jacques Chirac – was not a threat to America's interests in the region, was not developing weapons of mass destruction,...
  • It depends what the meaning of the word 'deficit' is ... Ann Coulter

    08/20/2003 5:41:16 PM PDT · by Rummyfan · 33 replies · 330+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | 20 August 2003 | Ann Coulter
    It depends what the meaning of the word 'deficit' is -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted: August 20, 2003 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2003 Universal Press Syndicate Speaking at the University of California in Los Angeles this week, California Gov. Gray Davis admitted he had made some mistakes and called the recall effort a "right-wing power grab." I guess Bill Clinton really is advising him. Proving Davis' "right-wing power grab" theory, the two men who are currently most likely to replace him are a tax-and-spend liberal who supports abortion and a tax-and-spend liberal who supports abortion. One is Cruz Bustamante, Davis' lieutenant governor, who...

    08/13/2003 4:27:15 PM PDT · by DPB101 · 56 replies · 692+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 8/13/03 | Ann Coulter
    In June 2002, the liberal American Prospect magazine was hailing California as a "laboratory" for Democratic policies. With "its Democratic governor, U.S. senators, state legislature and congressional delegation," author Harold Meyerson gushed, "California is the only one of the nation's 10 largest states that is uniformly under Democratic control." In the Golden State, Meyerson said, "the next New Deal is in tryouts." (Can't you just feel the tension building?) Just a few years before that, the impresario of this adventure in Democratic governance, Gov. Gray Davis, was being touted as presidential material -- which wasn't nearly as insulting a thing...
  • Vote McClintock; Arnold F. Kennedy is no better than "half-wit" Whitman

    08/10/2003 12:18:33 PM PDT · by nwrep · 56 replies · 622+ views
    August 10, 2003 | nwrep
    In a typically caustic and brilliant column 3 years ago, Ann Coulter accurately described New Jersey RINO Governor Christine Todd Whitman as a "half wit". This characterization was vindicated last year when the New Jersey Supreme Court, which included 5 LIBERAL judges appointed by Gov. Half-Witman set aside the election law and allowed Robert Torricelli to be substituted by Frank Lautenberg, thus handing the Senate seat to the Democrats. For those who are considering supporting Arnold for Governor of California, the lessons learned from the above episode should not be forgotten. A liberal Democrat running as with an R...
  • When Good Historians Go Bad .... Ann Coulter

    08/06/2003 5:22:03 PM PDT · by Rummyfan · 33 replies · 418+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | 6 August 2003 | Ann Coulter
    When good historians go bad -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted: August 6, 2003 6:25 p.m. Eastern © 2003 Universal Press Syndicate Arnold Beichman recently wrote a column attacking my latest book, "Treason" – which he at least admits he didn't read – claiming he has the "names of 'innocent lives' Mr. McCarthy ruined." I was excited to see it. I've been asking for just one innocent person ruined by Joe McCarthy for six weeks, but until now all I had gotten was wild speculation about my personal life. But strangely, while Beichman claims to have the names of McCarthy's innocent victims, he declines...
  • Closure on nuance

    07/30/2003 5:01:28 PM PDT · by sjersey · 10 replies · 238+ views
    WND (Universal Press Syndicate) ^ | 7/30/2003 | Ann Coulter
    Another tape-recorded message from Saddam Hussein surfaced this week, making it the third audiotape he has released in the past month. If we're really serious about finding this guy, maybe we should start searching Iraq's recording studios. On the tape, Hussein acknowledged the death of his sons Uday and Qusay Hussein and called their deaths "good news" – which is more than the Democrats have said. He thanked God for his sons' "martyrdom." Indeed, Hussein said that even if he had 100 other children, he "would offer them the same path." Apparently the alluring path of martyrdom is not one...
  • POTS AND KETTLES (Ann Coulter Column)

    07/23/2003 8:03:38 PM PDT · by Pharmboy · 81 replies · 482+ views
    Yahoo ^ | July 23, 2003 | Ann Coulter
    The Howard Dean campaign was forced to cancel events this week in response to events in Iraq (news - web sites). Donations to the Odai and Qusai Hussein Memorial Fund can be submitted directly to the Dean campaign. Dean responded to the passing of these martyrs to American jingoism by angrily announcing that the ends don't justify the means. This is a war we're talking about. Why don't the ends justify the means? (Note to the Democrats: Just because you defended Bill Clinton (news - web sites) doesn't mean you have to defend every government official who is reliably reported...
  • We'll let you know when you're being censored: Ann Coulter exposes traitors

    07/10/2003 12:33:34 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 15 replies · 322+ views ^ | Thursday, July 10, 2003 | Ann Coulter
    Earlier this year, the Screen Actors Guild issued a statement lamenting that "those in the public eye should suffer professionally for having the courage to give voice to their views. Even a hint of the blacklist must never again be tolerated in this nation." Feeling the lash of a right-wing blacklist, the Dixie Chicks recently played to an adoring, sold-out crowd at Madison Square Garden. But earlier this week, Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., denounced a radio corporation's decision not to play the Dixie Chicks as similar to Nazism and McCarthyism. The Dixie Chicks lead singer ridiculed President Bush before...
  • A Conspiracy So Vast: Meet Ann Coulter, the Maureen Dowd of the conservatives

    07/06/2003 9:17:47 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 342 replies · 4,084+ views
    Opinion Journal ^ | 07/14/03 | DOROTHY RABINOWITZ
    <p>John G. Adams, a key figure in the proceedings that effectively ended Sen. Joseph McCarthy's career, passed quietly from the scene last week at age 91. Not surprisingly, his death made no news; it's been a while since those heady days when McCarthy launched his investigations of the Army, which had, he charged, been shielding countless Communist agents at Fort Monmouth and elsewhere. It fell to Adams, the Army's chief counsel, to deal with the charges, which he did to devastating effect in the Army-McCarthy hearings that held the nation in thrall in the 1950s.</p>
  • Andrew Sullivan: It’s all getting a little hysterical (Ann Coulter = Michael Moore)

    07/05/2003 4:28:35 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 290 replies · 1,642+ views
    The Sunday Times (U.K.) ^ | 07/06/03 | Andrew Sullivan
    Few would dispute that she’s a babe. Lanky, skinny, with long blonde hair tumbling down to her breasts, Ann Coulter has been photographed in a shiny black latex dress. She’s whip-sharp in public debates, has done a fair amount of homework and has made a lot of the right enemies. If much of modern American conservatism has made headway because of its media savvy, compelling personalities and shameless provocation, then Coulter deserves some pride of place in its vanguard. But that, of course, is also the problem. In the ever-competitive marketplace of political ideas — in a world of blogs...
  • Liberal alternative patriotism

    07/02/2003 10:01:18 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 34 replies · 487+ views ^ | Thursday, July 3, 2003 | by Ann Coulter
    On our nation's birthday, it is appropriate to honor the five men who did the most to defend our freedom in the last century. The names are easy to remember – they are the five men most loathed by liberals: Joseph McCarthy, J. Edgar Hoover, Richard Nixon, Whittaker Chambers and Ronald Reagan. McCarthy died censured and despised at 48 years old, his name a malediction. Hoover is maligned for having been a mad spymaster and is lyingly smeared as a cross-dresser – by people who admire cross-dressers. Nixon was forced to resign the presidency in disgrace. Though persecuted in his...
  • Will the 'true' imperialist religion please stand up? (Ann Coulter)

    04/23/2003 3:55:15 PM PDT · by TLBSHOW · 47 replies · 614+ views
    worldnetdaily ^ | April 23, 2003 | Ann Coulter
    Will the 'true' imperialist religion please stand up? Media organizations from CNN to the New York Times have all recently admitted to years of lying about conditions in Iraq under Saddam Hussein. They explain that they faced either losing "access" or subjecting their Iraqi employees – and, of more relevancy, themselves – to Saddam's torture chambers. Stipulating for purposes of argument that the media were performing a service to anyone other than Saddam Hussein by being his pimp, rather than just pulling out, it still leaves another devilish question. Why, then, were these same news organizations – CNN and the...
  • The Viet Cong Admiration Society retreats (ANN COULTER)

    04/02/2003 4:28:21 PM PST · by TLBSHOW · 59 replies · 3,210+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | 4/2/2003 | ANN COULTER
    The Viet Cong Admiration Society retreats Historian Paul Johnson refers to the American left's behavior during the Vietnam War as "America's suicide attempt." The firing of NBC reporter Peter Arnett this week proves the nation has fully recovered. Now we don't have to wait 20 years for a history book to tell us that Walter Cronkite lied about the Viet Cong's Tet offensive being a smashing success. The sedition lobby can't compete with the truth available in the new media. As American servicemen swept through Iraq, securing oil fields, rescuing POWs, risking their own lives to protect Iraqi civilians, Peter...
  • The enemy within (ANN COULTER)

    03/26/2003 4:09:38 PM PST · by anncoulteriscool · 135 replies · 3,421+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | March 26, 2003 | ann coulter
    The enemy within Posted: March 26, 2003 6:55 p.m. Eastern © 2003 Universal Press Syndicate Just five days into the war in Iraq and the New York Times was hopefully reporting that despite a thrilling beginning, American troops had gotten bogged down. This came as a surprise to regular readers of the Times who remembered that the Times thought we were bogged down the moment the war began. The day after the first bombs were dropped on Baghdad, the New York Times ran a front-page article describing the mood of the nation thus: "Some faced it with tears, others with...
  • War-torn Democrats (Ann Coulter)

    01/30/2003 10:38:58 PM PST · by kattracks · 15 replies · 216+ views ^ | 1/31/03 | Ann Coulter
    Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., was looking a little glum Tuesday night. Last week Kerry gave a speech saying: "Mr. President, do not rush to war!" Rush to war? We've been talking about this war for a year. It's been three months since Kerry duly recorded his vote in favor of forcibly removing Saddam Hussein. In 1991, Kerry voted against the Gulf War, saying the country was "not yet ready for what it will witness and bear if we go to war." Having been taunted for that vote and that prediction ever since, this time Kerry made sure to vote...
  • Noemie Emery: Greed, Oppression, Patriarchy

    01/10/2003 10:27:57 PM PST · by Pokey78 · 27 replies · 1,017+ views
    The Weekly Standard ^ | 01/20/03 | Noemie Emery
    What unites the Democrats? A cartoonish view of Republicans. FINALLY THE DEMOCRATS have found their hot issue: The Confederate heart of George Bush, and of Bill Frist, who by virtue of their membership in the Republican party have indicated their desire to live in a slaveholding past. Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, and Nancy Pelosi--to name just three prominent Democrats--have delivered themselves of the judgment that Republicans and those who vote for them are all closet racists. The demise of Trent Lott was only a smokescreen to hide this dark secret. The liberal interest groups are piling on, and the liberal...
  • Al Gore's Scarred Psyche

    12/07/2002 12:22:06 PM PST · by Pokey78 · 135 replies · 3,579+ views
    The Weekly Standard ^ | 12/16/2002 | Noemie Emery
    America has gotten over Florida, but he hasn't. HAVING A FAMILY that rears you for greatness can be a mixed blessing at best. Now and then a George W. Bush or a John Kennedy will exceed expectations, but often the outcome is grim. John Adams and his wife Abigail desperately wanted their three sons to be famous lawyers--and president. One of them made it (John Quincy Adams) but the other two broke under the strain and became alcoholic, one dying young and estranged from his family. John Quincy Adams then wanted his three sons to become famous lawyers, and president....
  • Beauty Pageants Can Be Murder (An Ann Coulter Religion Of Peace Classic)

    11/27/2002 4:29:06 PM PST · by goldstategop · 109 replies · 2,125+ views ^ | 11/27/02 | Ann Coulter
    Inasmuch as liberals are demanding that Americans ritualistically proclaim, "Islam is a religion of peace," Muslims might do their part by not killing people all the time. Recently, the Religion of Peace suffered a PR setback when Muslims in Nigeria welcomed the Miss World beauty pageant by slaughtering Christians in the street and burning churches to the ground. At last count, more than 200 people were dead, hundreds more were injured and thousands were left without homes. Also, the Nigerian contestant's chances of winning "Miss Congeniality" were dashed. Leaping at the one chance they had to attract positive press to...
  • Conservative author Coulter spars with professor at RWU

    11/22/2002 8:27:13 AM PST · by abner · 63 replies · 1,486+ views
    The Providence Journal ^ | today | BY MICHAEL CORKERY
    BRISTOL -- Room 157 had the look and feel of a championship bout. The fans sat in cheering sections based on their favorite fighter. The diehards came looking for autographs. Others came to provide moral support. This fight last night, on the Roger Williams University campus, was all about politics. Party politics. It pitted one of the nation's most controversial and aggressive conservatives against the lone Democrat on the Barrington Town Council. Ann Coulter -- a lawyer, author and popular TV talk-show commentator, who has made a career of attacking liberals with a venom that repulses some and inspires others...
  • Great Gray Lady in spat with saloon hussy (New York Times vs. Fox News) Ann Coulter

    11/20/2002 3:51:15 PM PST · by TLBSHOW · 73 replies · 784+ views
    worldnetdaily ^ | 11/20/2002 | Ann Coulter
    Great Gray Lady in spat with saloon hussy by Ann Coulter Before we begin, how happy is Dick Gephardt that he never has to take another four-hour phone call from Barbra Streisand? I did not realize how devastating the midterm elections were to liberals until seeing the Great Gray Lady reduced to starting a catfight with Fox News Channel. It has come to this. The New York Times was in high dudgeon this week upon discovering that Fox News chairman Roger Ailes sent a letter to the Bush White House nine days after Sept. 11. As the corpses of thousands...
  • Condoleezza Rice: America has the muscle, but it has benevolent values, too

    10/16/2002 5:30:52 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 38 replies · 207+ views
    The Telegraph (U.K.) ^ | 10/17/2002 | Condoleezza Rice
    There is an old argument between the so-called "realistic" school of foreign affairs and the "idealistic" school. To oversimplify, realists play down the importance of values while emphasising the balance of power as the key to stability and peace. Idealists emphasise the primacy of values and the character of societies as crucial to a state's behaviour toward other nations.While this may make for interesting academic debate, in real life, power and values are inextricably linked. Great powers can influence millions of lives and change history. And the values of great powers matter. If the Soviet Union had won the Cold...
  • New global warming threat: Hot air on Iraq (Democrats have been whining for months) ANN COULTER

    10/09/2002 3:58:43 PM PDT · by TLBSHOW · 37 replies · 515+ views
    worldnetdaily ^ | 10/9/2002 | Ann Coulter
    New global warming threat: Hot air on Iraq Ann Coulter Democrats don't think it's too close to an election to be switching Senate candidates in New Jersey, but its definitely too close for a vote on Iraq. All summer, Democrats were huffily demanding that Bush come to Congress for approval before taking any action against Iraq. So Bush comes to Congress for approval, and now the Democrats are indignant he's come to Congress for their approval. This is no time to vote on a vital issue of national importance! It's an election year. Sen. Bob Byrd, D-KKK, tut-tutted the need...
  • Profile: George W Bush

    10/05/2002 4:58:11 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 116 replies · 2,884+ views
    The Sunday Telegraph (U.K.) ^ | 10/06/2002 | William Hague
    He means what he says Not for the first time we have a President of the United States who enjoys an extraordinary and sustained level of support from the American public but is misunderstood and mistrusted on our side of the Atlantic. In the 1980s, Ronald Reagan was often derided in British and European opinion as being no more than a B-movie actor who was not up to the job intellectually. Even when he turned out to be an immensely successful president who pursued his goals on taxation, defence and international relations with great clarity and success a huge proportion...
  • Why He Drives Them Crazy (A MUST READ!)

    10/04/2002 9:29:00 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 208 replies · 2,643+ views
    The Weekly Standard ^ | 10/14/2002 | Noemie Emery
    Being underestimated is George W. Bush's secret political weapon. WHEN IT ALL boiled over that day in September--with a red-faced Tom Daschle denouncing the president from the Senate floor--George W. Bush had already given the Democrats two very bad years. Two years of predictions that never quite happened. Two years of gotchas that never came through. Two years of hopes dashed. Two Septembers ago, let us remember, candidate Bush appeared dead in the water. He misspoke, went off message, blew his big lead. In the debates, surely, Al Gore would finish him. Not quite. Bush won the debates. Then Bush...
  • Why we hate them ( Americans are beginning to hate Democrats) Ann Coulter

    09/25/2002 3:25:10 PM PDT · by TLBSHOW · 193 replies · 697+ views
    worldnetdaily ^ | 9/25/2002 | Ann Coulter
    Why we hate them I've been too busy fretting about "why they hate us" to follow the Democrats' latest objections to the war on terrorism. So it was nice to have Al Gore lay out their full traitorous case this week. To show we really mean business, Gore said we should not get sidetracked by a madman developing weapons of mass destruction who longs for our annihilation. Rather, Gore thinks the U.S. military should spend the next 20 years sifting through rubble in Tora Bora until they produce Osama bin Laden's DNA. "I do not believe that we should allow...
  • Sept. 11 Directors Defend Film from Anti-U.S. Barbs

    09/06/2002 6:09:45 AM PDT · by Pharmboy · 13 replies · 588+ views
    Reuters ^ | 9-6-02 | Jane Barrett
    VENICE (Reuters) - After last year's attacks on the United States, President Bush ( news - web sites) declared "You're either with us or against us." But film directors exploring the world's reaction to Sept. 11 say things are not that black and white. Almost a year after suicide hijackers killed more than 3,000 people and brought down New York's World Trade Center towers, the Venice Film Festival is abuzz with discussion about "11'09"01 September 11" -- 11 directors' responses to the day America came under attack. Some of the short films have been accused of anti-Americanism, linking U.S. foreign...
  • Keegan: If Churchill were alive today, he would strike at Saddam

    08/28/2002 5:38:15 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 39 replies · 546+ views
    The Telegraph (U.K.) ^ | 08/29/2002 | John Keegan
    The odour of appeasement that permeates the Western world has apparently driven President George W Bush to seek strength by studying the career of Winston Churchill.Depressed by the warnings of his father's old friends against taking action against Iraq, he is looking for support in the life story of the supreme anti-appeaser. Churchill's refusal to be silenced by the peacemongers during Hitler's rise to power, a refusal all too painfully proved right when war came, sets an example President Bush finds reassuring.If Churchill was right about Hitler, he seems to be asking, how can America be wrong about Saddam Hussein,...
  • Walking in faith

    08/27/2002 10:40:52 AM PDT · by gubamyster · 97 replies · 1,142+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | August 27, 2002
    <p>I was a preacher's kid, so Sundays were church, no doubt about that. The church was the center of our lives. In segregated black Birmingham of the late 1950s and early 1960s, the church was not just a place of worship. It was the place where families gathered; it was the social center of the community, too.</p>
  • Deploying Marines for gays, feminism and peacekeeping (ANN COULTER)Slams the left

    08/21/2002 4:27:27 PM PDT · by TLBSHOW · 33 replies · 1,925+ views
    worldnetdaily ^ | 8/21/2002 | Ann Coulter
    Deploying Marines for gays, feminism and peacekeeping On a break from lachrymose accounts of Palestinian women weeping for their children, the New York Times has been trying to induce hysteria over the shocking Bush policy of deploying American troops in order to protect American interests. Such self-interested behavior is considered boorish in Manhattan salons. The only just wars, liberals believe, are those in which the United States has no stake. Liberals warm to the idea of American mothers weeping for their sons, but only if their deaths will not make America any safer. Thus the Times and various McTimes across...
  • COULTERGEIST: Ann Coulter reviewed and interviewed

    08/21/2002 3:59:38 AM PDT · by Liz · 61 replies · 2,274+ views
    NY Observer ^ | 8/26/02 edition | George Gurley
    Ann Coulter, author of the No. 1 best-selling nonfiction book in America—Slander: Liberal Lies About the American Right, a small book coruscating with giddy bile—was 20 minutes late to lunch at Michael’s, the sunlit media-centric restaurant on West 55th Street. I’d been so excited to meet the glowing scimitar of the American right that I hadn’t fallen asleep until 5 a.m. the night before. Now I was worried that Ann had backed out. Had she figured she’d be un-welcomed, hissed at, throttled at the hub center of the media elite? Bobby Zarem, the publicist, waved to me from a nearby...

    08/14/2002 8:49:32 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 25 replies · 706+ views
    Ithaca Times ^ | 8/14/2002
    "Cast your Best of Ithaca ballot on-line! Be sure to include your name and address, and if you're one of the lucky 10 people chosen at random you'll win a gift certificate for dinner-for-2 at an Ithaca restaurant. Only one entry per person, and any attempts at ballot stuffing will be disqualified. Entries must be received by Friday, August 30."Okay, Freepers, last year we were able to FREEP this poll so that Cornell's only conservative professor (and Ann Coulter's mentor), Jeremy Rabkin, was voted best professor (funny how that catagory is gone this year...heh).We were also able to flood the...
  • Blaming of the Shrew (Mega-Coulter bashing)

    08/14/2002 9:45:21 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 133 replies · 1,683+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 08/15/2002 | Richard Cohen
    May I say something about Ann Coulter? She is a half-wit, a termagant, a dimwit, a blowhard, a worthless silicone nothing, physically ugly and could be likened to Eva Braun, who was Hitler's mistress. As it happens, these are all descriptions or characterizations Coulter uses for others in her book, "Slander." It ought to be called "Mirror."
  • Nuclear annihilation can't be confined to the outer boroughs (Ann Coulter)

    08/07/2002 5:21:47 PM PDT · by TLBSHOW · 51 replies · 988+ views
    worldnetdaily ^ | 8/7/2002 | Ann Coulter
    Nuclear annihilation can't be confined to the outer boroughsHow is it that the New York Times managed to locate the only eight people in America opposed to attacking Iraq? (By "America," I obviously mean to exclude newsrooms, college campuses, Manhattan and Los Angeles). Americans have been repeatedly polled on the question of using military force to depose Saddam Hussein. Within the last six months, the ABC News-Washington Post Poll showed 72 percent supporting a U.S. invasion of Iraq. The FOX News-Opinion Dynamics Poll also has 72 percent supporting it. The Newsweek poll shows 68 percent in favor. The least support...
  • Working families from Malibu to East Hampton (ANN COULTER)

    07/31/2002 4:07:42 PM PDT · by TLBSHOW · 35 replies · 2,687+ views
    worldnetdaily ^ | 7/31/2002 | Ann Coulter
    Working families from Malibu to East Hampton Having dragged a group of Manhattan elites back from the Hamptons last week to attend a fund-raiser at a tony Chelsea night club, Al Gore criticized the Bush administration for "working on behalf of the powerful, and letting the people of this country get the short end of the stick." Back when he was exhibiting the Democrats' renowned good sportsmanship after he lost the presidential election, Gore managed to fund his tantrum with donations sent in from such ordinary Americans as dot-com multimillionaire Steven Kirsch ($500,000), former Slim-Fast Foods chief S. Daniel Abraham...
  • Murdering the bell curve (Ann Coulter)

    06/27/2002 4:46:53 PM PDT · by TLBSHOW · 35 replies · 299+ views
    worldnetdaily ^ | 6/27/2002 | Ann Coulter
    Murdering the bell curve At least we finally have liberals on record admitting there is such a thing as IQ. Six years ago, Eric Nesbitt, a U.S. airman assigned to Langley Air Force Base, was brutally murdered by Daryl Renard Atkins, a repeat violent criminal. It was a heinous and pointless murder: Atkins already had Nesbitt's money and car when he unloaded his gun into the defenseless airman. According to a cellmate, Atkins later laughed about the murder. After hearing the (overwhelming) evidence against him, a jury sentenced Atkins to death. Last week, the Supreme Court overturned that sentence. The...