Month: October 2005

Bush Gets “Do Over” on Supreme Court

October 28, 2005

After proving that she probably would be a justice like Sandra Day O’Connor, Harriett Miers has thrown in the towel. While we held out hope that she would be a justice like Thomas or Scalia, it became less likely as the hearings were drawing near that this was the case. The more we learned about […]

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Just in Time for the Holidays, Fishing for Impeachment

October 28, 2005

Its fishing season in Washington D.C. Game Warden: Patrick Fitzgerald Bait/Sacrificial Lamb: I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby Jr. First Prize: George W. Bush Second Prize: Carl Rove Rules: None After two years of being unable to prove that a crime that was ever committed, Warden Fitzgerald decides Scooter is the weakest link into the White House. […]

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Special Election Picks

October 24, 2005

Since today is the last day to register to vote in the upcoming special election on November 8th, I thought I would contribute my opinion about the measures that voters will be considering. First, a word to the wise; anything that you read about the wonders and perils of any ballot measure should be viewed […]

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Doom—The Movie

October 24, 2005

I have been a fan of the computer game Doom for well over a decade. I can remember listening to Amy Grant as the game sound track (instead of Nine Inch Nails) and blasting away with the BFG at anything that moved. I was glad that someone wanted to make a movie based on the […]

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The Basis of Global Peace

October 19, 2005

This week, my junior high school student came home with an assignment to draw a poster for a Peace Poster contest. The instructions were to draw a picture but use no text or writing of any kind in your design. This turns out to be a preliminary step in some international competition. This event is […]

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Boo!

October 15, 2005

Every fall about this time we find an unexpected package on our doorstep. No its not another one like the Stork left of our doorstep last year about this same time, but a plastic pumpkin from the local Dollar Tree store full of candy and some signs made from cheap orange paper that say Boo! […]

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Thoughts on Hariet Miers

October 13, 2005

There has always been a coalition that makes-up the Conservatives within the Republican Party. On one end are the religious Conservatives whose primary interest is to reign-in the assault on traditional faith and morality and on the other end are those whose primary concerns are fiscal Conservatism. These folks have advocated less government and lower […]

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New Look

October 13, 2005

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