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Archive for July, 2008

Jul 23rd 2008

Mahorn + Laimbeer + WNBA = Rumble!

The Bad Boys Girls are back!

 
Hat tip: Hotair.

Jul 23rd 2008

Obama’s Kindergarten Candidacy

On the issue of depth, Obama’s campaign appears on track to be the first ever to look up to the “Today” show writers. “Today” (and most of the morning shows of that sort) are written to such a base intelligence level. Perhaps the shows should get a pass because they target people who are sleepy, […]

Jul 23rd 2008

Florida judge has compassion for child predator

This is just sick. Middle school art teacher, Aaron Mohanlal, is walking around free thanks to Broward Circuit Judge Marc Gold.
For nearly two years, the South Florida middle school art teacher forced the boy to have sex in a classroom supply closet.
Sometimes, Aaron Mohanlal would call in sick to work, take the boy to […]

Jul 23rd 2008

Adios John Edwards, que no vuelvas más

 
Mickey Kaus wonders:
Will this be the first presidential-contender level scandal to occur completely in the undernews, without ever being reported in the cautious, respectable MSM?
What a difference a day makes.

Jul 22nd 2008

Pot, Kettle, yada yada yada…

John McCain says that the media has “a bizarre fascination with Barack Obama.”
Hat tip: Drudge.

Jul 22nd 2008

My Wish List for the Next President

Here is a glimpse into my decision-making process before I unenthusiastically decided to back McCain for president. This is my “wish list” for the next president, and neither candidate really fits:

Jul 21st 2008

Debunking Liberal Myths about Gender and Culture

Here are like five social myths or misconceptions I dislike, and my responses:
1. The differences in languages between cultures is proof that there is no universal truth.
False.
The first reference to Eskimo having multiple words for snow is in the introduction to The Handbook of North American Indians (1911) by linguist and anthropologist Franz […]

Jul 19th 2008

Documentation We Can Believe In!™

Haha.
No Paperwork For Obama Grants From 1997 To 2000
From the Chicago Sun-Times article on grants distributed by then-state-legislator Barack Obama.
(Records from 1997 to 2000 weren’t available.)
There’s a shock.
His state legislative office records may have been thrown out, he told us.
He’s never released a specific list of law clients, instead giving a […]

Jul 19th 2008

Why would anyone want to be a lawyer?

On the serious hours lawyers log at the office:

“You have to be willing to sleep on the floor of your office to get the good cases,” lamented Marsha Redmon, who worked for six years at both a major law firm and small boutique practice. [source: Lawyers, Pros Say Flex Schedule’s Time Has Come]

Sounds […]

Jul 17th 2008

File Under: No Longer Care

I apologize for inflicting ‘The View’ on readers of this blog, but I think the flow of conversation over there is at least helpful to show how a group of unintelligent people can struggle with this complex issue. Particularly, I refer to the “two worlds” discussion that begins at about the 4:25 mark. As someone […]