January 4, 2002
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Columnist John Ringo tells of bureaucratic stupidity in the State Department and INS that is dooming children to a short, cruel, hellish life. JUST before Christmas, a dozen happy American families were ready to bring a group of newly adopted kids home from Cambodia - when the U.S. government stepped in and aborted the adoptions […]

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January 3, 2002
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Somalia may be next for the war on terror, but there is probably a greater need for U.S. troops in Indonesia. A group called the Laskar Jihad, which even has its own Web site, is amassing in a region called Sulawesi in an effort to wipe out Christians. It would be nice if the Indonesia […]

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January 3, 2002
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As the military action in Afghanistan begins to wind down, military planners, pundits and the press are beginning to look for around for the next target for the U.S. military. Iraq will come eventually, I'm sure, but it appears as though Somalia may be the next phase, according to a report by Bill Gertz in […]

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January 3, 2002
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Though years may pass, some things stay the same. When I was taking a media criticism class many years ago at Cal Poly SLO. Our professor showed us a videotape of a "protest" by the militant gay group ACT-UP. It wasn't really a protest as much as it was the destruction of a Catholic Church. […]

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January 3, 2002
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Word has it that the AOL Instant Messenger security hole has been fixed. I'd still be cautious about who you accept instant messages from though, especially if someone unknown asks you to click on a link of some type.

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January 2, 2002
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I've always be enamored with flying. I've always dreamed of getting a ride on a fighter plane. To date, I've only flown on U.S. Air Force UH-1N "Huey" helicopters, commercial jets and a Piper Cub. I've never really been a fan of the B-52, simply because it seems like a big jumbo jet. Of course, […]

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January 2, 2002
Even more on media bias

Liberals cheered when former president Ronald Reagan was shot -- literally. You can find the story here. It's sad that so many of these same people think that the death penalty for murderers is barbaric. Killing a Republican is OK, but executing a mass-murderer after a fair trial and lengthy appeals process is not. Where […]

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January 2, 2002
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Well, if all of the hubbub about liberal media bias and Bernard Goldberg's new book continues to grow, then maybe I'll have to head out and pick up the book in hardcover. Today's Wall Street Journal editorial page draws a correlation between the runaway success of Goldberg's book, the decline of network news and the […]

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January 2, 2002
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Just a warning to those of you out there using AOL's Instant Messenger software. Turn it off for the time being. There's a security hole that could allow someone to take over your computer. There's no reports of it happening -- yet. If AIM is something you absolutely have to have, then don't accept any […]

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