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  • THE WEASEL LIST [of Republicans trashing Palin]

    11/06/2008 9:28:08 AM PST · by Antoninus · 245 replies · 11,587+ views
    FR Exclusive | 11/6/08 | Antoninus
    How's that big tent looking for the GOP today, eh? With the Republican left out in force sliming Sarah Palin today, we desperately need to keep a record of these treacherous, back-biting vipers who are right now trying to destroy the one good thing to emerge for conservatives during this election cycle. With any luck, this list can serve as an archive of the traitors in our midst who should NEVER get any support from Conservatives again. With these folks in our ranks, the conservative movement will never make any progress. The purge should begin right now.
  • Toy Guns Pulled From Costume Shop Shelves

    12/28/2004 3:37:12 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 56 replies · 1,951+ views
    Million Mom March (united with the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence) ^ | 12/23/2004 | Million Mom March (from New York Times)
    Toy Guns Pulled From Costume Shop Shelves Thousands of toy guns that were for sale in costume and novelty shops in New York state have been removed as part of a settlement between the state attorney general's office and two national wholesalers, the New York Times reported Dec. 20.Attorney General Eliot Spitzer had accused the wholesalers of distributing 12,000 toy guns in 2001 in violation of a state law which previously had applied only to retailers. New York State bans the sale of toy guns in stores unless they have a permanent orange stripe running down both sides of...
  • Come See Our Hideous Slab

    12/17/2004 7:47:42 AM PST · by SmithL · 104 replies · 3,334+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 12/17/4 | Mark Morford
    As the world swoons over France's soaring beauty of a bridge, S.F. gets slapped with an eyesore And did you hear the one about how those gul-dang baguette-sucking antiwar French just completed work on this astounding new bridge, a soaring, airy, delicate thing erected in southern France, and it's all over the international press and the French people are justifiably proud and even the venerable Le Monde has deemed the new Millau bridge a "work of art," and the amazing pictures are being featured everywhere, for good reason? And you look at the photos and see the breathtakingly elegant architecture...