h/t Claire: The MSM appears to be enjoying the police bashing
this news story by playing up the porn on police computers bit
and labeling certain individuals activists for discovering it. I
don’t know that
a former State Senator qualifies as an activist. Anyway,
compare the first version’s lede...
Many of you have likely been reading about the military graves
having been vandalized on
The vandals who desecrated the graves of U.S. veterans over the
Memorial Day weekend were professionals, says a Vietnam vet who
kept night watch at the cemetery in Washington State.
No one has taken...
A bit rushed today … so let’s see – the NY Times fixed a poll
while a Rasmussen one seems more accurate. Not much news there.
That and more available via
Memeorandum. The Left is still getting off on the Justice
Department nonsense that isn’t exactly captivating the...
The Multi-National Force – Iraq seems to be renewing its effort
in getting out the news from Iraq.
Check it out.
We know we can’t depend on the MSM. After that poll showing that
25% or so percent of young US Muslims saw suicide bombings as
acceptable under certain circumstances, via
I love libraries. But they sure have changed. The best thing
about not being hard wired? Most of this isn’t really going
on out here in the Riehl world right now.
Senator Russ "Carebear" Feingold is weeping over
the collapse of the Democrats at DailyKos. That would be the
collapse a lib...
We’ll see. But
that may be the case.
By DAVID ESPO, AP Special Correspondent 3 minutes ago
WASHINGTON – In grudging concessions to President Bush ,
Democrats intend to draft an Iraq war-funding bill without
a timeline for the withdrawal of U.S. troops and shorn of billions
of dollars in spending on...
I’m moving and said so long for a bit
here. Maintaining the blog isn’t going to be my first priority
in settling in. But access in the old house didn’t go down when it
was set to. When that will happen, who knows? But tomorrow late
afternoon at the latest is...
Washington Times reports the Immigration Bill may be headed for
even harder times.
Fewer than 20 senators are publicly committed to supporting the
immigration deal announced last week, Stephen Dinan and S.A. Miller
will report Monday in The Washington Times.
NZ Bear has a clickable copy of the bill on line.
See here for more.
The Syrian-backed group– made up of Syrian, Palestinian,
Lebanese, Saudi and other Arab Islamists who arrived via Syria
after terrorist tours in Iraq– has threatened to "open fire
and volcanoes" on the army and on Lebanon that will not be "closed"
as long as they have the...
From who else?
The worst President in the history of America tries another
desperate attempt to make himself look good by capitalizing on
Former President Carter says President Bush’s administration is
“the worst in history” in international relations, taking aim at
the White House’s policy of...
While the ongoing immigration debate may well expose great
fissures within our society – gaps between Left, Right, or
otherwise, what it most exposes are the fractures in our Federal
Government that are going to require far more than an acceptable
immigration package to mend, provided there remains the ability
The Internet connect was supposed to be off by the time I came
back here tonight. You just can’t count on service companies for
anything these days.
Read this – via Instapundit.
Perhaps I am wrong, but I can only read Section 601(h) as a
massive undercutting of the entire concept of...
Republicans have a middle ground on immigration they can make
work for them with a majority of Americans, including moderate and
conservative Hispanics, the Democrats don’t. Of course, that won’t
prevent Republicans from allowing themselves to be painted into a
corner as anti-immigration, as they lack the vision, courage and,
Here’s a complaint about the immigration deal from a
Mexican that makes a lot of sense. So,
we’re punishing those that have been playing by the rules? How
many of them will stop doing that and cross with this plan being
At the U.S. Consulate in Monterrey, which hands out more...
I may toss up some more posts and then move this to the top, but
as I’ve mentioned previously, I will be off doing other things for
an indeterminate period of time and that time is here. It may be
for a week, or I could like not blogging so...
quote: The rule of law is the principle that governmental
authority is legitimately exercised only in accordance with
written, publicly disclosed laws adopted and enforced in accordance
with established procedure. The principle is intended to be a
safeguard against arbitrary governance.
I am not anti-immigration regrading Hispanics, or