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  • Tenn. judge changes infant's name from 'Messiah'

    08/11/2013 7:17:48 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 38 replies
    Associated Press ^ | 08.11.2103
    There's a story on Yahoo! News about a 7 month old boy who had his name (Messiah) changed by a Judge in Tennessee. It's an AP story.
  • The politics of the ObamaCare decision

    06/28/2012 11:15:46 AM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 9 replies
    American Thinker ^ | June 28, 2012 | Thomas Lifson
    It looks to me that there are some sweet lemons for conservatives in the ObamaCare decision. Before we burn the chief justice in effigy, let's read the decision and think about the implications. First of all, upholding ObamaCare is going to energize opposition to Obama, and the determination to elect a Congress that can repeal and replace it. Just a day ago, the MSM was telling us it would be a plus for Obama if the act were held unconstitutional because it would take the issue off the table and weaken his opposition. On the other hand, as Rick Moran...
  • Kernell Sentenced To Year For Hacking Palin Email

    11/12/2010 4:59:27 PM PST · by definitelynotaliberal · 16 replies
    The Chattanoogan ^ | 11.12.2010 | Unknown
    David C. Kernell, 23, on Friday was sentenced to one year and one day in prison for intentionally accessing without authorization the email account of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin and obstructing justice. Judge Thomas W. Phillips of Knoxville also imposed a three-year term of supervised released. In imposing the prison sentence, Judge Phillips recommended service at Midway Sanction Center, but noted that the Bureau of Prisons would decide where the defendant would serve his sentence. On April 30, after a week-long trial, a jury found Kernell guilty of one count of misdemeanor unauthorized access to obtain information from a...
  • DENMARK: Muslims throw rocks at Danish citizens while shouting “**** the Danes!”

    10/11/2010 8:16:47 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 38 replies
    Bare naked Islam ^ | Today | Unknown
    The politically correct left think rock-throwing Muslims are no big deal and shouldn’t be called racist because the victims are white. Ain’t multi-culturalism grand?
  • Palin speaking? Streaming live? Anybody got a link?

    03/26/2010 12:57:54 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 41 replies · 568+ views
    Would love to see it.
  • A fun read on a site that dares not speak its name here

    01/11/2010 3:26:25 PM PST · by definitelynotaliberal · 19 replies · 879+ views
    The DUmp | Today | A poster on the DUmp
    These mammals, who pushed and pushed and pushed some more till Atlas finally had it and shrugged, are now whining about their misery. There's a really nice thread about the prices of drugs. Now he only has change. It's really amusing. There's another good one posted by a guy (I don't think men post on the DUmp) about the hard time he's having finding employment. There's nothing but hope on the horizon for him. Toast schadenfreude with me, folks!
  • Alaskan Fisherman talks about Sarah Palin

    08/30/2009 9:46:31 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 101 replies · 7,048+ views
    Marion's Word ^ | August 08 | Dewey Whetsell
    The last 45 of my 66 years I’ve spent in a commercial fishing town in Alaska. I understand Alaska politics but never understood national politics well until this last year. Here’s the breaking point: Neither side of the Palin controversy gets it…It’s not about persona, style, rhetoric, it’s about doing things. Even Palin supporters never mention the things that I’m about to mention here. 1- Democrats forget when Palin was the Darling of the Democrats, because as soon as Palin took the Governor’s office away from a fellow Republican and tough SOB, Frank Murkowski, she tore into the Republican’s “Corrupt...
  • Vanity - Sarah Ringtone to your cell phone

    07/07/2009 3:45:33 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 2 replies · 305+ views
    Today | Definitely Not A Liberal
    I'm feeling very juvenile here and inspired to start a commotion by having all our cell phones ring "Oh, Sarah, you're the poet in my heart. Never change, and don't you ever stop." http://artists.letssingit.com/fleetwood-mac-lyrics-sara-2w51z4f
  • Openly gay teen voted prom queen at LA high school

    05/28/2009 3:07:51 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 49 replies · 1,328+ views
    Yahoo! ^ | Today | Yahoo News
    <p>LOS ANGELES – An openly gay teen was voted prom queen at Los Angeles' Fairfax High School in a campaign that began as a stunt . . . .</p>
  • Happy Birthday, Trig Paxton Van Palin

    04/18/2009 2:08:11 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 17 replies · 998+ views
    Today | Self
    Happy Birthday, little boy! We're very glad you're here.
  • Dallas-area TX FReepers - A favor

    03/30/2009 10:16:39 AM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 5 replies · 390+ views
    Today | definitelynotaliberal
    I have a friend in Dallas who needs to have surgery next week. She moved there from New England and doesn't know people. At this time, the boyfriend from whom she is splitting is scheduled to take her. I was wondering if anybody else, a woman, would mind. She would like to meet some people; she's a wonderful woman, conservative, very pretty and accomplished. If anybody is so inclined, please contact me. Thanks.
  • Swiss approve pioneering legal heroin program

    11/30/2008 9:18:27 AM PST · by definitelynotaliberal · 19 replies · 804+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | Today | Balz Bruppacher
    A pioneering Swiss program to give addicts government-authorized heroin was overwhelmingly approved Sunday by voters who simultaneously rejected the decriminalization of marijuana. Sixty-eight percent of voters approved making the heroin program permanent. It has been credited with reducing crime and improving the health and daily lives of addicts since it began 14 years ago. Olivier Borer, 35, a musician from the northern town of Solothurn, said he welcomed the outcome in part because state action was required to help heroin addicts but legalizing marijuana was a bad idea. "I think it's very important to help these people, but not to...
  • Vanity: Calling all lyricists

    08/30/2008 2:21:45 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 10 replies · 252+ views
    30 August, 2008 | Self
    I was thinking a parody of Margaritaville, from Barry's perspective, might be a good campaign song for us. Nibblin' on sponge cake, watchin' the sun bake; All of those tourists covered with oil. Strummin' my six string on my front porch swing. Smell those shrimp They're beginnin' to boil. Wasted away again in Margaritaville, Searchin' for my lost shaker of salt. Some people claim that there's a woman to blame, But I know it's nobody's fault. Don't know the reason, Stayed here all season With nothing to show but this brand new tattoo. But it's a real beauty, A Mexican...
  • VP Selection - A Question

    08/27/2008 1:25:19 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 21 replies · 133+ views
    25 August, 2008 | Self
    A question for the better informed: If a VP drops out during a Presidency, does the President then get to choose whomever he wants? Has it ever happened in our fabulous nation's history?
  • List of Representatives participating in the insurrection

    08/04/2008 12:08:35 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 30 replies · 226+ views
    The House of Representatives ^ | Current | John Boehner's office
    An updated list of what's happening in OUR house.
  • Vanity - A story about voting

    07/04/2008 7:18:40 AM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 1 replies · 47+ views
    There's a story from the Ass Press on Yahoo about a Minnesota doofus (named in the article as a college student) who tried to sell his vote on eBay for $10. He might get upto 5 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Look it up on Yahoo (if you're interested).
  • Vanity - Small towns, the ones Obama disdains

    04/16/2008 9:43:02 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 8 replies · 58+ views
    Methinks JCM's Small Towns should be the campaign theme song for McCain. Well I was born in a small town And I live in a small town Prob'ly die in a small town Oh, those small communities All my friends are so small town My parents live in the same small town My job is so small town Provides little opportunity Educated in a small town Taught the fear of Jesus in a small town Used to daydream in that small town Another boring romantic that's me But I've seen it all in a small town Had myself a ball...
  • Vanity - A post I read about homelessness

    04/04/2008 2:10:12 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 8 replies · 152+ views
    I read this on another site. Somebody started a thread about homelessness - how she learned about how Reagan emptied the mental institutions and threw those people on to the street. I'm a post-Reagan immigrant. I don't know the argument, but I seem to recall hearing that the ACLU was responsible for people being released from mental institutions. If anybody is disposed to fill in the blanks for me, I'd like to hear it. Anyway, here is 1 response from 1 liberal jackass. Aptly, his screen name is Two Americas. Maybe in some ways we are all "homeless." Those who...
  • Court backs Texas in dispute with Bush

    03/25/2008 8:59:13 AM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 21 replies · 711+ views
    Yahoo ^ | March 25, 2008 | MARK SHERMAN, Associated Press Writer
    WASHINGTON - President Bush overstepped his authority when he ordered a Texas court to reopen the case of a Mexican on death row for rape and murder, the Supreme Court said Tuesday. In a case that mixes presidential power, international relations and the death penalty, the court sided with Texas 6-3. Bush was in the unusual position of siding with death row prisoner Jose Ernesto Medellin, a Mexican citizen whom police prevented from consulting with Mexican diplomats, as provided by international treaty. An international court ruled in 2004 that the convictions of Medellin and 50 other Mexicans on death row...
  • Vanity - Looking for the picture of the troops 'saluting' a screen showing Kerry saluting

    03/30/2007 4:11:36 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 12 replies · 207+ views
    Thank you all in advance.
  • Vanity - Looking for a picture

    03/20/2007 1:36:31 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 15 replies · 844+ views
    There was a picture here some time ago that we were invited to caption. It showed The Useless standing by a lamp while 2 senators - Schumer, Reid, Murray and Durbin walk by. I can't find it and would appreciate any assistance. Thank you.
  • French Health Minister seeks nap study

    02/01/2007 8:11:11 AM PST · by definitelynotaliberal · 5 replies · 212+ views
    Yahoo! ^ | 02.01.'06 | Yahoo editors
    French health minister seeks nap study The French already enjoy a 35-hour work week and generous vacation. Now the health minister wants to look into whether workers should be allowed to sleep on the job. France launched plans this week to spend $9 million this year to improve public awareness about sleeping troubles. About one in three French people suffer from them, the ministry says. Fifty-six percent of French complain that a poor night's sleep has affected their job performance, according to the ministry. "Why not a nap at work? It can't be a taboo subject," Health Minister Xavier Bertrand...
  • Vanity - What it must have felt like to be Winston Churchill

    01/02/2007 10:40:21 AM PST · by definitelynotaliberal · 12 replies · 744+ views
    Corriere della Sera ^ | 01.02.'06 | Petra Dell'Arme
    I read a letter to the moderator of an Italian newspaper forum. It is just mind-boggling. I'll translate. The original is posted below in the comments section. Here goes, word for word: Dear Beppe e dear Italians, In general, I don't like to see violent and tragic scenes, but today, I decided differently. He was a monster, no? And so, it's necessary to see how one dies who has decided the deaths of thousands of people. I watched him, sad and chained, mounting the gallows, darkness all around, the images not clear because of my connection. I watched him for...
  • Vanity - No bragadoccio on the front page of the NY Times. Odd!

    11/07/2006 8:24:41 AM PST · by definitelynotaliberal · 17 replies · 1,178+ views
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    I just took a look at their front page, loathe as I am to boosting their ad. revenues. It looks quite unusually dismal, I must say. I wish I'd written down some of their headlines, but suffice it to say, they're not crowing.
  • Head-in-the-Sand Liberals

    09/29/2006 2:27:23 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 23 replies · 867+ views
    LA Times ^ | September 18, 2006 | Sam Harris
    TWO YEARS AGO I published a book highly critical of religion, "The End of Faith." In it, I argued that the world's major religions are genuinely incompatible, inevitably cause conflict and now prevent the emergence of a viable, global civilization. In response, I have received many thousands of letters and e-mails from priests, journalists, scientists, politicians, soldiers, rabbis, actors, aid workers, students — from people young and old who occupy every point on the spectrum of belief and nonbelief. This has offered me a special opportunity to see how people of all creeds and political persuasions react when religion is...
  • The historical truth

    09/24/2006 12:54:19 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 3 replies · 283+ views
    Corriere della Sera ^ | 16 settembre 2006 | Magdi Allam
    It is sad and worrying that Muslims have given birth to a united international front to attack the Pope and ask for public apologies. From Bin Laden to the Muslim Brotherhood, from Pakistan to Turkey, from al Jazeera to al Arabiya, the transversal and universal alliance, which has already come into being following the Danish cartoons affair, has reappeared. Reaffirming very clearly that the root of evil is like a blind and prevailing ideology which outrages the faith and darkens the minds of many Muslims. Why do not Muslims, especially the so called moderates, react with such strength and intensity...
  • Appeasement - “If anyone makes a formal request, we have the motion ready”

    08/04/2006 7:08:51 AM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 6 replies · 277+ views
    Corriere della Sera ^ | August 03, 2006 | Daniela Camboni
    Riccione– Modesty Beach for Muslims Riccione council approves women-only areas. Request from Middle Eastern vacationers holidaying in Romagna. “This means the women will be able to remove their headdress”. RICCIONE – Canopies may soon be seen on the beach at Riccione for the benefit of Middle Eastern holidaymakers. Partitions could protect the modesty of rich female visitors whose religious beliefs forbid them from appearing in public without traditional dress. In fact, the council has already given the scheme the green light.“If anyone makes a formal request, we have the motion ready”, says one councillor.This will make Riccione the first holiday...
  • Nobel Prizes 2006 - Vanity

    08/03/2006 2:53:11 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 9 replies · 134+ views
    I used to keep up with the Nobel Prizes every year because it was such a thrill for me to see Americans take most of them every year. Now that I've stopped reading the Treason Times, I miss some things. If anyboyd knows, could you share the info. with all of us, please? Thanks in advance.
  • Question about Federalist papers - Vanity

    07/29/2006 10:52:47 AM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 10 replies · 829+ views
    29 July, 2006 | definitelynotaliberal
    Could anybody who knows it provide the quote from one of the Federalist papers that states that the judiciary should be the weakest of the 3 branches? I recall having read 2 quotes from the Fed. papers posted by a Freeper pointing to the fact that the branches of government are not co-equal. Thanks.
  • Photographs: Child Brides

    07/10/2006 3:08:28 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 73 replies · 3,757+ views
    The New York Times ^ | Monday, July 10, 2006 | Stephanie Sinclair
    In Afghanistan, some daughters sent off to be married are just children.
  • With Roberts at the Helm, a Supreme Court in Flux

    07/01/2006 12:55:31 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 31 replies · 1,226+ views
    The New York Times ^ | July 2, 2006 | Linda Greenhouse
    WASHINGTON, July 1 — As the dust settled on a consequential Supreme Court term, the first in 11 years with a change in membership and the first in two decades with a new chief justice, one question that lingered was whether it was now the Roberts court, in fact as well as in name. The answer: not yet. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. was clearly in charge, presiding over the court with grace, wit and meticulous preparation. But he was not in control. In the court's most significant nonunanimous cases, Chief Justice Roberts was in dissent almost as often...
  • VANITY- Picture of Kennedy in a bathing suit being picked up by a Blackhawk? - VANITY

    04/07/2006 5:52:56 PM PDT · by definitelynotaliberal · 9 replies · 797+ views
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    Looking for a picture of the Sen. Edward Kennedy (DUMass.)
  • Violent Youths Threaten to Hijack Demonstrations in Paris

    03/30/2006 6:45:57 PM PST · by definitelynotaliberal · 22 replies · 856+ views
    The New York Times ^ | 30 March, '06 | Elaine Sciolino
    Violent Youths Threaten to Hijack Demonstrations in Paris By ELAINE SCIOLINO PARIS, March 29 — The images are unnerving: hooded, swift-footed youths infiltrating protest rallies in the heart of tourist Paris, smashing shop windows, setting cars on fire, beating and robbing passers-by and throwing all sorts of objects at the riot police. They are called the casseurs — the smashers. With more huge marches planned for next week as part of a continuing protest over a new jobs law, the casseurs are the volatile chemical that could ignite an even bigger crisis for the government than the impasse over the...
  • British clinic is allowed to deny medicine

    02/19/2006 6:37:22 PM PST · by definitelynotaliberal · 11 replies · 751+ views
    The New York Times ^ | February 16, 2006 | Sarah Lyall
    LONDON, Feb. 15 — When her local health service refused to treat her breast cancer with the drug Herceptin, 54-year-old Ann Marie Rogers sued. But on Wednesday, a High Court judge ruled against her.
  • Alito Splits With Conservatives on Inmate

    02/01/2006 8:13:20 PM PST · by definitelynotaliberal · 150 replies · 5,607+ views
    Yahoo! ^ | 02.01.06 2 minutes ago | GINA HOLLAND, Associated Press Writer
    WASHINGTON - New Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito split with the court's conservatives Wednesday night, refusing to let Missouri execute a death-row inmate contesting lethal injection. ADVERTISEMENT Alito, handling his first case, sided with inmate Michael Taylor, who had won a stay from an appeals court earlier in the evening. Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas supported lifting the stay, but Alito joined the remaining five members in turning down Missouri's last-minute request to allow a midnight execution. Earlier in the day, Alito was sworn in for a second time in a White House ceremony,...
  • Bold Choices to Quell E.U. Crisis

    12/30/2005 8:37:46 PM PST · by definitelynotaliberal · 14 replies · 312+ views
    Il Corriere della Sera ^ | 12.10.05 | Ernesto Galli della Loggia
    Bold Choices to Quell E.U. Crisis An advance guard for Europe As predicted, the United Kingdom’s six-month presidency is coming to an end having achieved nothing. In the meantime, the E.U. crisis deepens with each passing day. The constitution project has been laid to rest and the problems of enlargement are engulfing what until now has been a point of strength for Europe, the Union’s budget with its give and take. Infringements of the stability pact seem to have become the order of the day and the much-criticized Franco-German axis, which long served as at least a surrogate for the...
  • Bold Choices to Quell E.U. Crisis

    12/30/2005 8:11:07 PM PST · by definitelynotaliberal · 21 replies · 506+ views
    Il Corriere della Sera ^ | November 28, 2005 | Ernesto Galli della Loggia
    Bold Choices to Quell E.U. Crisis An advance guard for Europe As predicted, the United Kingdom’s six-month presidency is coming to an end having achieved nothing. In the meantime, the E.U. crisis deepens with each passing day. The constitution project has been laid to rest and the problems of enlargement are engulfing what until now has been a point of strength for Europe, the Union’s budget with its give and take. Infringements of the stability pact seem to have become the order of the day and the much-criticized Franco-German axis, which long served as at least a surrogate for the...
  • Germans told to cheer up. Why should we? some say

    12/06/2005 7:19:22 PM PST · by definitelynotaliberal · 42 replies · 960+ views
    The New York Times ^ | 12.05.05 | Richard Bernstein
    BERLIN, Dec. 5 - First there are trees silhouetted against a pastoral horizon; then a distinguished-looking elderly lady appears on screen looking you right in the eye as she says, "You are Germany's miracle." From then on, as this slickly produced spot broadcast on German television continues, a succession of people, famous and not famous, appears, each speaking a segment of a larger inspirational message. "A butterfly can cause a typhoon," a well-known television hostess says. A young Asian woman holding a baby follows with, "The blast of wind that comes from its wings may uproot trees kilometers away."