Liberal “women’s groups” in Washington attempting to censor the opposition.
Care Nets, and other pregnancy support organizations, work to provide support for women in crisis pregnancies, adoption services, parenting classes and post-abortive counseling. NARAL and Planned Parenthood hate them above almost all others, and now, in Washington State, they’re trying to do something about it. A couple of weeks ago, in Washington State, they introduced House Bill 2837 and Senate Bill 6452, which would regulate what pregnancy | Read More »
Tolkien Quote of the Day
…Suddenly another voice spoke, low and melodious, its very sound an enchantment. Those who listened unwarily to that voice could seldom report the words that they heard; and if they did, they wondered, for little power remained in them. Mostly they remembered only that it was a delight to hear the voice speaking, all that it said seemed wise and reasonable, and desire awoke in | Read More »
Darn Floor – Big Bite — Rereleased, remastered Nov. 25th.
Daniel Amos (D. A., Dä), the most totally awesome Christian New Wave band of the 1980s (so awesome that their albums are banned from most Christian bookstores) is re-releasing this Tuesday what some consider to be their greatest album Darn Floor-Big Bite. It will be available from Amazon, iTunes, and all the regular places.
History holds for us the hope of a bright future.
We are in a sorry state, friends As of January, the amount of power Republicans hold in Washington will have to be measured using the Kelvin scale. The Republican “brand name” is about as popular right now as the intestinal flu and we are reeling from the presidency of one of the least popular American leaders in history. We lack a strong, well-spoken national Republican | Read More »
On Mahjong and the American Electorate
My mother-in-law spends much of her day playing online games with her friends and playing computer Mahjong by herself. Last week she mentioned offhandedly that the game had stopped working. I told her that I’d take a look and see if I could fix it. Upon logging on to her computer I quickly realized that there was more wrong than just a broken game. She | Read More »
I just voted McCain/Palin
I live in Washington State, one of the Bluest states in America*. And I just marked my mail-in ballot (the entire state votes by mail-in ballot, isn’t that smart?) for John McCain. I realize that there is No.Possible.Way that McCain is going to win this state. But I voted, because if I didn’t that would just be wrong. If I didn’t vote I would be | Read More »
Somebody wants an audit.
Orson Scott Card, Democrat author and journalist, “speaks truth to power” in this open letter to newspapers across the country. And boy, can that man speak. This housing crisis didn’t come out of nowhere. It was not a vague emanation of the evil Bush administration. It was a direct result of the political decision, back in the late 1990s, to loosen the rules of lending | Read More »
New Word of the Day: Plumb.
v.tr. The act, performed by the Left and their friends in the MSM, of publicly scrutinizing the private life of any individual, public or private, who makes Barack Obama look bad or assists Barack Obama in making himself look bad or challenges him in any way; with the purpose of discrediting that individual and hopefully destroying his/her life/career, or at least intimidating them (and anyone | Read More »
Educate the Idiots.
Face the State, which refers to itself as “the ‘go-to’ news resource for Coloradans interested in state and local politics,” has obtained a confidential memo from the Colorado Democracy Alliance (a Colorado 527 group) which contains both a list of their operatives and the tasks assigned to them. The list of operatives includes the Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff and Gov. Bill Ritter’s press aide, | Read More »
hax0r FAIL. Update: He got served.
I realize that the news that the Feds are breathing down the neck of David Kernell (son of Democratic Tennessee state representative Mike Kernell) is a couple of days old, but I hadn’t heard how they managed to catch him, then I found this article at TGDaily (via Slashdot), that gives the whole story. Here’s the lowdown: …White hat hackers didn’t even need proxy information | Read More »