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  • The Miers Testimony (WSJ/James Taranto)

    10/13/2005 1:39:16 PM PDT · by Stellar Dendrite · 66 replies · 1,324+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 10-13-2005 | James Taranto
    President Bush last week expressed his confidence in the constancy of Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers, saying that "20 years from now she'll be the same person, with the same philosophy," as she is today. White House aides making the case for Miers, meanwhile, have been insisting that she is a reliable conservative. Since she has no judicial record and has had little to say about constitutional law, we can only guess at what her judicial philosophy might be, if indeed she has one at all. But if she is a political conservative, then she has not remained constant over...
  • U.S.: Miers Won't Withdraw Top Court Nod

    10/13/2005 1:15:06 PM PDT · by indianrightwinger · 220 replies · 2,479+ views
    U.S.: Miers Won't Withdraw Top Court Nod Oct 13 3:31 PM US/Eastern Email this story WASHINGTON The White House on Thursday dismissed the possibility that Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers might withdraw if she encounters heavy fire in her Senate confirmation and suggested her nomination was becoming embroiled in "side issues like religion." Asked if there were any circumstances under which she would ask that her name be withdrawn, presidential spokesman Scott McClellan told reporters: "No one that knows her would make such a suggestion." "And no one that knows her record and her qualifications would make such a suggestion,"...
  • Bush approval rating dips to 39 percent - poll

    10/12/2005 8:31:55 PM PDT · by counterpunch · 96 replies · 2,429+ views
    ABC News ^ | Oct 12, 2005 | Reuters
    Oct 12, 2005 — WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush's job approval rating has fallen to a new low of 39 percent in an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released on Wednesday. Bush's approval rating dipped in the poll below a mid-September ranking of 40 percent. The survey also found only 28 percent of respondents believed the country was headed in the right direction, NBC reported. Bush's political challenges have been piling up in recent weeks, from criticism over his handling of Hurricane Katrina, to growing unease over rising gas prices to conservative discord over the nomination of Harriet...
  • White House Pours More Gasoline On The Fire (Captain's Quarters Blog)

    10/11/2005 12:49:28 PM PDT · by Stellar Dendrite · 334 replies · 10,151+ views
    Captain's Quarters Blog ^ | 10-11-2005 | Captain's Quarters Blog
    White House Pours More Gasoline On The Fire It's either feast or famine at the White House with the Harriet Miers nomination. Given the chance to lay out a positive, substantial case for her nomination to the Supreme Court, the Bush administration has remained largely silent. However, given an opportunity to smear the base that elected them, the administration has seized practically every opportunity to do so. The latest comes from the normally classy First Lady, who again promoted Ed Gillespie's barnburner accusation of sexism among the ranks of conservatives: Joining her husband in defense of Supreme Court nominee Harriet...
  • Petition for the Withdrawal of the Nomination of Harriet Miers to the U.S. Supreme Court

    10/12/2005 5:26:46 PM PDT · by StatenIsland · 306 replies · 3,357+ views
    NRO ^ | 10/12/05 | David Frum
    WE ARE REPUBLICANS AND CONSERVATIVES who supported the election of George W. Bush in 2000 and 2004. Today, we respectfully urge that the nomination of Harriet Miers to the United States Supreme Court be withdrawn. The next justice of the Supreme Court should be a person of clear, consistent, and unashamed conservative judicial philosophy. The next justice should be a person of unquestioned personal and political independence. The next justice should be someone who has demonstrated a deep engagement in the constitutional issues that regularly come before the Supreme Court — and an appreciation of the originalist perspective on those...
  • U.S. BARS ROBERT FISK FROM ENTERING COUNTRY

    09/23/2005 11:41:20 AM PDT · by F14 Pilot · 60 replies · 6,199+ views
    U.S. immigration officials refused Tuesday to allow Robert Fisk, longtime Middle East correspondent for the London newspaper, The Independent, to board a plane from Toronto to Denver. Fisk was on his way to Santa Fe for a sold-out appearance in the Lannan Foundation’s readings-and-conversations series Wednesday night. According to Christie Mazuera Davis, a Lannan program officer, Fisk was told that his papers were not in order. Davis made last-minute arrangements Wednesday for Amy Goodman, host of Pacifica Radio’s daily news show, Democracy Now!, to interview Fisk via satellite from a television station in Toronto. He appeared on a large screen...
  • Ad on FoxNews / Fox and Friends: Who was it?

    09/23/2005 8:07:02 AM PDT · by Lunar · 31 replies · 1,676+ views
    FoxNews | 09/23/2005 | Landis
    Did anyone else see the ad on Fox and Friends this morning? I was dumb founded as I sat with mouth open, trying to get my head around the lies that these poor women were spewing. I was sure I saw that the groups url was FamiliesForPeace.com, but I can not find them there or anywhere even similar to that url.. Was anyone watching that was un-effected enough to have gotten the url right? Thanks in advance, Landis Reed.
  • The Elderly: Helpless and Left to Die. Don't know about it? Well it didn't happen in the USA.

    09/19/2005 4:33:20 PM PDT · by FreedomCalls · 6 replies · 727+ views
    Dawson's Danube ^ | 9/18/2005 11:13:43 PM | Bill Dawson
    The outrageous coverage of Hurricane Katrina here in Austria and Germany has included many references to “third world” similarities.  See, for example, Ray’s blog posting concerning Stern magazine’s editorial, “Somalia in America’s South.”   The sneering arrogance, the gruesome Schadenfreude and the completely over the top moralizing reminded me of something that occurred two years ago in the United States, which also elicited “third world” references.  You will recall that on August 14, 2003, an enormous power failure occurred across a huge chunk of the United States and parts of Canada.  On September 5, 2003, I made the following blog entry...
  • Cindy Sheehan--the latest media darling

    08/15/2005 7:09:22 AM PDT · by MikeEdwards · 8 replies · 611+ views
    Toronto Free Press ^ | Aug 15, 2005 | Arthur Weinreb
    There is no doubt that Cindy Sheehan has become the latest hero to the anti-Bush, left lib mainstream media. Sheehan, whose son Casey was killed while serving in Iraq last year has been camped outside of Bush’s ranch in Crawford Texas and is vowing to stay there (or follow him to Washington) until he meets with her again. Sheehan wants to ask Bush what noble cause her son died for.
  • Cindy Sheehan is a glory hound

    08/15/2005 7:04:10 AM PDT · by MikeEdwards · 3 replies · 618+ views
    Toronto Free Press ^ | Aug 15, 2005 | Grant Swank
    No one made Casey Sheehan sign up. No one. Not even his mother could force him to defend freedom. Casey signed up for the armed forces because he wanted to sign up for the armed forces.
  • Air Force officer charged for anti-Bush graffiti

    08/11/2005 2:48:13 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 59 replies · 1,511+ views
    Yahoo news ^ | August 11, 2005 | Reuters
    A U.S. Air Force colonel has been charged with painting obscenities on parked cars bearing pro-President Bush bumper stickers, police said on Wednesday. Lt. Col. Alexis Fecteau, who supervises 41 full-time and part-time reservists at the National Security Space Institute in Colorado Springs, Colo., is suspected of vandalizing 12 cars at Denver International Airport over a six-month period, Denver police spokesman Sonny Jackson said. "Lieutenant Colonel Fecteau has been charged with one count of felony mischief and six misdemeanor counts related to the vandalism," Jackson said. Fecteau, who could not be reached for comment, is scheduled to be arraigned later...
  • Peace group wants barriers out - "He called my brother a terrorist ... and a Nazi"

    08/10/2005 2:20:28 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 12 replies · 789+ views
    St. Petersburg Times ^ | August 10, 2005 | ALEX LEARY
    ST. PETERSBURG - Marshaling forces in response to the arrest of six protesters, the antiwar group St. Pete for Peace on Tuesday demanded the removal of barricades at BayWalk and may sue the city or the entertainment hub's owner on free speech grounds. "Who does the St. Petersburg Police Department work for, the Sembler Co. or the citizens of St. Petersburg?" local attorney Mark Kamleiter said as more than 40 demonstrators looked on Tuesday evening. Standing at Second Ave N and Second Street, the group portrayed Saturday night's arrests as part of a broader effort to stifle dissent in favor...
  • NBC News Blames Bush for Iranian Threat-(Brian Williams Andrea Mitchell; anti-Bush drivel!)

    07/27/2005 12:56:47 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 23 replies · 1,124+ views
    A.I.M.ORG ^ | JULY 27, 2005 | CLIFF KINCAID
    "As soon as I saw his picture in the paper, I knew that was the bastard," retired Army Col. Charles Scott, 73, a former hostage told the Times. "He was one of the top two or three leaders." Added Scott, "The new president of Iran is a terrorist." Scott is one of at least six former hostages who have stated that they believe the men are one in the same. This is being viewed as an issue that can further complicate an already very complicated situation, as the U.S. seeks to keep Iran from developing nuclear weapons and from continuing...
  • War of the Worlds movie review by Roger Ebert

    07/20/2005 3:12:54 AM PDT · by FraudFactor.com · 20 replies · 1,322+ views
    Sun Times ^ | Jun 28, 2005 | Roger Ebert
    Article published: Jun 28, 2005http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050628/REVIEWS/50606007/1023 http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050628/REVIEWS/50606007/1023&template=printart War of the WorldsCreaking Havoc Release Date: 2005 Ebert Rating: **    By Roger Ebert / Jun 29, 2005 "War of the Worlds" is a big, clunky movie containing some sensational sights but lacking the zest and joyous energy we expect from Steven Spielberg. It proceeds with the lead-footed deliberation of its 1950s predecessors to give us an alien invasion that is malevolent, destructive and, from the alien point of view, pointless. They've "been planning this for a million years" and have gone to a lot of trouble to invade Earth for no...
  • NARAL: Roberts Will Overturn Roe v. Wade - ("feminazis" screaming for scalps already!)

    07/19/2005 8:55:06 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 79 replies · 1,567+ views
    NEWSMAX.COM ^ | JULY 19, 2005 | Staff Writers
    NARAL, the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League, immediately lashed out at President Bush's nominee for the Supreme Court. "If Roberts is confirmed to a lifetime appointment, there is little doubt that he will work to overturn Roe v. Wade," a NARAL statement said Tuesday night. "As deputy solicitor general under the first President Bush, he argued to the Supreme Court that 'Roe was wrongly decided and should be overruled,' " NARAL also claimed. Abortion will likely be the most contentious issue surrounding Judge Roberts and his nomination. When Bush nominated Roberts to the D.C. Court of Appeals in...
  • War of the Worlds screenwriter says Martians slaughtering humans are metaphore for U.S. military

    07/19/2005 5:35:21 PM PDT · by FraudFactor.com · 88 replies · 1,078+ views
    Larry Elder Talk Radio Show on KABC AM 790 Los Angeles ^ | Tuesday, July 19, 2005 | Larry Elder
    War of the Worlds screenwriter David Koepp admits political propaganda in movie KABC talk show host Larry Elder said today that David Koepp, one of the two War of the Worlds screenwriters, stated in a recent interview for a Canadian publication that the Martians slaughtering the humans are a metaphor for the adventurism of the American military forces, i.e., for the Bush Administration's war on terrorism, and the human civilians are a metaphor for the Iraqi people. He stated that this is going back to the original H. G. Wells book upon which the movie is loosely based. However, the...
  • USA Today Editor Stunned by Taser Story - (CBS Memogate connection; now big "taser" error)

    07/18/2005 1:50:24 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 28 replies · 2,025+ views
    A.I.M.ORG ^ | JULY 18, 2005 | CLIFF KINCAID
    Ken Paulson took over as editor at USA Today in the wake of the Jack Kelley scandal. Kelley had embarrassed the paper by writing a series of stories filled with lies. Paulson said that would never happen again. Then, he presided over USA Today's own version of the CBS Memogate scandal. Like CBS, USA Today used those bogus documents to discredit President Bush's National Guard service. But Paulson managed to exercise a form of damage control because CBS used the documents first and put them on TV. Paulson acted as if the scandal was confined to CBS. Many in the...
  • Dean: Bush 'Losing Credibility' Over Iraq, Rove - (BARF ALERT!.......also "SLERT" ALERT!)

    07/15/2005 1:47:40 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 29 replies · 701+ views
    GOPUSA.COM ^ | JULY 15, 2005 | Randy Hall
    Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean said Thursday that President Bush is "losing credibility with the American people" because of his policies regarding the war in Iraq and the controversy involving Karl Rove. The American people have lost trust in Bush's trust and integrity "because his administration is playing politics with our national security," Dean said in a press release. "The president must keep his word and put patriotism ahead of partisanship," the former governor of Vermont continued, adding that Bush "must demonstrate that he values protecting CIA operatives fighting on the front lines in the war on terror over...
  • GOP Blasts Hillary Clinton for Her President Bush Comments - (finally hitting back!)

    07/11/2005 3:54:11 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 44 replies · 1,700+ views
    NEWSMAX.COM ^ | JULY 11, 2005 | CARL LIMBACHER & Staff
    ALBANY, N.Y. – Republicans took aim at Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton on Monday for comparing President Bush to Mad magazine's freckle-faced "What, me worry?" kid, Alfred E. Neuman. A Republican National Committee official said the former first lady was "part of today's angry and adrift Democrat Party," while a spokesman for one of her potential 2006 Senate rivals said she was guilty of "insulting the president." "At a time when President Bush and most elected officials are focused on the security of our nation, Mrs. Clinton seems focused on taking partisan jabs and promoting her presidential campaign," added New York's...
  • The Left’s Last Stand - It's Judicial Armageddon!

    07/06/2005 9:07:27 AM PDT · by CHARLITE · 13 replies · 858+ views
    NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE,COM ^ | JULY 6, 2005 | SHANNEN W. COFFIN
    Don't look now, but the sky is falling. At least that's what the liberal interest groups that have mobilized this week in preparation for the battle over Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's replacement to the Supreme Court would have you believe. Within minutes of the announcement of O'Connor's retirement, the dinosaurs of the Left took to the airwaves to attempt to frame the debate. Planned Parenthood cried that "women's health and safety [are] on the line." People for the American Way shrieked that our "very national identity hangs in the balance." Kim Gandy, president of the National Organization for Women, declared...