September 23, 2003
Cal Poly climbing

The latest Div. I-AA poll is out and the Cal Poly Mustangs have climbed to No. 14. Up Next: No. 25 Northern Arizona. In fact, Cal Poly has 3 ranked teams remaining on its schedule, including at Montana and home against Idaho St. Here's keeping my fingers crossed that I might get to see Cal […]

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September 23, 2003
Bustamante is busted

A court has ruled that Cruz Bustamante's "creative financing" with regard to his ads opposing Prop. 54 is a no-no.

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September 22, 2003
More on the Nutty Ninth "Circus"

Despite having an aspirin-resistant, persistent, splitting headache for much of the day (hence the non-existent posting -- I'm feeling a little better now), I managed to watch the en banc hearing in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on the California recall. I'm not going to predict what the court's decision will be come Tuesday […]

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September 22, 2003
More on Gen. Clark

A Newsweek story this week reveals that Democrat presidential candidate Gen. Wesley Clark bases his party affiliation not on basic philosophical standards or where the parties stand on the issues of the day, but on who returns his phone calls. “I would have been a Republican,” Clark told them, “if Karl Rove had returned my […]

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September 19, 2003
Distorting the language

In reporting on Democrat presidential candidate Gen. Wesley Clark's flip-flop on whether he would support, the New York Times report spins like a Clark campaign operative. On the third day of his campaign, Gen. Wesley K. Clark struggled today to clarify his statement on Thursday that he would "probably" have voted for the Congressional resolution […]

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September 19, 2003
And the overnight poll results are in

A day after announcing that "On balance, I probably would have voted for it (the war on Iraq)," Democrat presidential candidate Gen. Wesley Clark bravely ran away. "I would have never voted for war," Clark told Reuters before delivering a foreign policy speech at the University of Iowa. "I'm a soldier. I understand what war's […]

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September 19, 2003
Primary Sources

The Nutty Ninth Circuit has posted various documents on their Web site [Adobe Acrobat Reader required] related to the October 7 recall. Two of the documents, which thankfully are not couched in legalese, are informative. The first is from former Secretary of State Bill Jones, who was quoted in the three-judge panel's as having "banned" […]

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September 18, 2003
Fisking Rall

Michael J. Totten takes vicious, lying, America-hating "cartoonist" and "columnist" Ted Rall to task for his latest nut-case column. Sometimes I wish Rall would act on some of the things he says so we could try him for treason.

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September 18, 2003
Stupid, self-important bureaucrats

An article in today's San Diego Union-Tribune recounts some gross stupidity by the immigration service that should result in some firings. In short, the wife of a Navy sailor, and her 8 1/2-month-old American daughter, was detained for several days after returning from her native Australia. "They didn't listen," she said, during a telephone interview […]

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September 18, 2003
Errors? Or lies?

The difference between the two is intent. An error is unintentional. A lie is not. So, what is a viewer to believe when the BBC's Andrew Gilligan, the man who told BBC World Service listeners that U.S. troops weren't at the Baghdad airport when they actually were, says that he made a "slip of the […]

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In a just world, SB 918 and its New York counterpart would make the Supreme Court* say: "well, we tried to let you keep shall issue, but you morons just couldn't help yourselves, so now constitutional carry is the law of the land".

*Hopefully it doesn't need to go to SCOTUS.

New talking points just dropped in WaPo -- if that's the excuse for the raid, how does the FBI also justify letting Clinton skate when she also had docs "classified at the highest classification level"? https://www.washingtonpost.com/national-security/2022/08/11/garland-trump-mar-a-lago/?tid=ss_tw

The most dramatic consequences of government intervention occurred in Sri Lanka, where a 2021 fertilizer ban led to a massive reduction in yields, sparking starvation and an economic crisis that brought down the government in July.

https://michaelshellenberger.substack.com/p/green-dogma-behind-fall-of-sri-lanka

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