I plugged my nose and voted for Doolittle in 2006 with the goal of preventing Nancy Pelosi from becoming Speaker of the House (OK, so I oversimplify). However, those of us in CA-4 have an opportunity to support a real Hero — Eric Egland. Patrick Ruffini provides context as well. If you can afford it, [...]
Archive for September, 2007
And wonderful Mom.
Power Line highlights historian Arthur Herman’s piece noting how Columbia is helping Iran think we are weak: Adolf Hitler got the clear message of the 1933 Oxford Union debate: We will not oppose you. Regardless of Bollinger’s “tough questions” yesterday, Ahmadinejad the Iranian president is bound to use his speech to a hall of “open-minded” [...]
To my Hero. To my Sister. There is COMING a DAY. . . There will be NO more pain. No more suffering. Amen and Amen!
So say the experts. Some good news for the dry Northwest? In contrast, western Canada and the northwestern US could turn colder and snowier. And ongoing droughts in southern California and the Southeastern US are to continue. We shall see.
Richard John Neuhaus is having fun with them. Rainer Maria Rilke: Fame is the sum total of all the misunderstandings that can gather around a new name. Clive James (OK, not really an aphorism, but love the quote): In Sartre’s style of argument, German metaphysics met French sophistry in a kind of European Coal and [...]
Roger Kimball asks: The spectacle of these left-wing academics repudiating men like Larry Summers and Donald Rumsfeld even as they abase themselves scrambling to find excuses for welcoming a fanatic like Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to the halls of a great American University is disgusting. I think again of Bagehot’s observation that “History is strewn with the [...]
But Ed Morrissey will publish the story! Early this summer, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign for president learned that the men’s magazine GQ was working on a story the campaign was sure to hate: an account of infighting in Hillaryland. So Clinton’s aides pulled a page from the book of Hollywood publicists and offered GQ [...]
From, of all places, Walt Disney.
Wretchard at the Belmont Club shames the lame Columbia University president: This is beyond sad. It’s the closing of a man out of his own depth. It’s an faculty lunch speech dispatched against a man accustomed to command the secret police, rockets, EFPs, sophisticated propaganda and disinformation cells. Bollinger was game, but not only is [...]