Monthly Archives: September 2007

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

America’s Best Off the Battlefield

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhdBc7vhkgk

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911 and the Victims of Muslim Terrorists

There are a lot of efforts to commemorate the victims of 911 and other terrorists acts. The post on Blond Sagacity today is certainly strong enough to make the point better than I can. Check her out at http://mobyrebuttal.blogspot.com/

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The Victory in Ramadi

This drawing by an Iraqi child depicts the American-Iraqi alliance against Al Qaeda. Notice the sword is Iraqi and the muscle is American. Read Michael Totten’s on the ground analysis of the success in Ramadi http://www.michaeltotten.com/archives/001514.html

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No Matter What You Call It

the new breed of anti semites have no problem with the Muslim control of the UN, and Arab oil money influencing American politics and universities, and the Muslim domination of Europe- but they have a problem with American Jews who…

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Hillary Gets a Pass…. Again and Again

If this story was about any one of the Republican candidates the media would be howling for an investigation and the resignation of the candidate from the race.Yet Hillary is getting a pass from the media just as her husband…

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Wanted- Members of the Tribe

With Israel in a difficult demographic situation; I have often promoted a more open policy to conversion. It would seem to be a survival issue. The following article from the Jerusalem Postaddresses the topic. http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1188392567121&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull Some belive the Jews are…

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Why Terrorism Fails

from Jeff Jacoby at the Boston Globe…. War on terror is workingBy Jeff Jacoby, Globe Columnist September 9, 2007 Had Al Qaeda known that 9/11 would lead to the toppling of its Taliban protectors, the strangling of its financial network,…

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Bin Laden’s Republican Roots

from American Thinker ( see recommended sites) from an article about Osama’s recent tape…. He also speaks to recent issues grabbing headlines in the United States, referring to “the reeling of many of you under the burden of interest-related debts,…

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The Truth About Fighting Apocalyptic Terrorists

If you have read many of my blogs you will know that I am a big fan of Ralph Peters. As an experienced warrior he offers harsh but clear analysis and is an excellent and prolific writer. Like his last…

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Blurring Good and Evil in the Old West

I went to see 3:10 to Yuma. My nephew at Reelz Channel raved about it comparing it to Unforgiven and Pale Rider. I went with my bride who was really indulging me because she really hates westerns. Much of the…

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The Joy of Single Malts

In my adult years I have developed a taste for single malt scotch. On my bar are bottles of Glenfarclas 12, Balvenie Doublewood 12, Abelour Abunbdah, Lagavulin 16 (peaty), Glenlivit, and two bottles from the Scotch Whiskey Society including a…

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They Tried to Make Me Go Jihad But ….

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=1ac_1188875253 The existence of videos such as this from the Muslim internet world give us a little hope, much in the same way as the Axis of Evil Comedy Tour featuring Muslim and Arab comedians. Tips to Blond Sagacity (see…

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What I Learned in the Bathroom

I am a bathroom reader- not bragging or complaining- I just am. I keep a complete set of the Uncle John’s Bathroom Readers, and the Great American Bathroom Reader, Volumes I-III. Recently I got a volume called Bla Bla- 600…

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Where Will Carter’s Portrait Hang

Abraham Foxman just released “The Deadliest Lies” which addresses the incredible misinformation and bias in the paper released by John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt’s in their paper, “The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy” which has recently been…

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High Fashion Firepower

The Kel Tec P3t .380 has become very popular. I bought one and in discussions I have been surpised how many people I have found out carry one of these. (You would never know). For those who want the smallest…

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Too Old to Drive?

If you are lucky your parents will get to be old enough where you will have to face the difficulty of getting them to stop driving permanently. Dad’s been in the hospital and rehabbing with an infection and he is…

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Beware the Bailout

The fear of a bailout whether of a plunging foreign currency by the world bank or of overextended home owners and reckless lenders, both prime and subprime, is what economists call a ‘moral hazard’. By not making the risk taker…

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