Archive for May, 2005

May 29 2005

Maher Needs to Retire for Good

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Bill Maher is one pathetic, self absorbed, egomaniac. Not funny, not informative, not intellectually provacitive, not positive…. So why do we need him around? Well, let’s hear what Maher has to say about our great country, about us as a people, about our families, friends and neigbors…. [hat tip realclearpolitics] The latest is comedian Bill […]

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May 29 2005

Destroy Trey to Save Your Life?

More on the stem cell front with a simple question: Would you destroy Trey to save your life? Would you destroy Trey to save someone you love (most likely against their wishes)? Sorry folks, but these are the questions that need to be asked and answered. And those who would kill someone to save someone […]

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May 29 2005

Insurgent Violence Not Fault of US

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It is clear to anyone who is not lost in blind hatred of Bush that the violence and death in Iraq is not the fault of the US liberation of that country. First off, the carnage is being inflicted by foreign fanatic jihadists whose blood thirst is driven by their need to rule absolutely. Second, […]

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May 29 2005

Stem Cell Creationism

Those promoting the sanctity of life to limit embryonic stem cell research are constantly attacked for basing these positions on religious tenants. Well, the secularists are the ones who are ‘out there’ when it comes to dealing with science vs. fantasy. Scientifically, without any doubt and based on fact – not theory or hypothesis, an […]

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May 28 2005

MD Senate Seat In Play

As I had been hoping for months now, Michael Steele could run for the MD Senate seat opened by the retirement of Paul Sarbanes (a name I have lived with my entire life it seems – OK, he’s not that old). Via Polipundit (a great site for election information) we have news from the WashPost: […]

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May 28 2005

Orrin Hatch on Filibusters

Sen Orrin Hatch (R-UT), the previous chairman of the judicial committee now being led by Sen Arlen (I promise to get floor votes on nominees) Specter (R-PA), discusses the compromise deal made last week in Human Events. He could be a candidate for the Coalition of the Chillin’ given his take on the current state […]

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May 28 2005

Oxymoron Alert!

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When the MSM just can’t help itself and displays its bias Example 1: “It is depressing to see how many normally independent Republicans have already put on the blinders.” In the sense they are blind to NYTimes biases and political desires? Doesn’t that make them independent? Example 2: “But this time, the charge comes from […]

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May 28 2005

EU’s Constitution Combustion

The EU constitution is truly a disasterous piece of work. Way too long and filled with policy – not a political and legal framework for states to work together under – it should, for the sake of Europe, be voted down. I have held off on this subject (too busy chillin’) but the pending vote […]

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May 28 2005

Dems Losing Their Middle

The WashPost today has an article that reinforces my position regarding the nominee games going on in the Senate and their potential impact on the 2006 Senate races. The democrats will continue to lose senate seats if they cannot attract the non-aligned, independent voters from the middle of the electorate in a manner that doesn’t […]

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May 27 2005

Chillin’ and Watchin’

Those upset at the compromise Monday seem to have felt vindicated Thursday night when the democrats filibustered the Bolton nomination for no good reason (except to demonstrate to the moderate middle why they should not vote democrat if they want respect of differences and achieving results back in our government). Ed Morrissey sees this as […]

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