May 31, 2006
A Primer

In response to one of the new books out on that weird, new religion known as "Christianity" we offer some background information on those who may be unfamilar with the faith. My favorite: The Bible The Bible was written by God as a merchandising tie-in to His blockbuster film "The Ten Commandments." Each book of […]

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May 31, 2006
An impressive accomplishment

Today's editorial in The New York Times on Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's free boxing tickets (one of which was valued at $1,400) manages to allude to a "culture of corruption" that includes only Republicans. This doesn't prove Mr. Reid wrong, but it does illustrate the power of the Caesar's wife rule these days as […]

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May 30, 2006
They must really think we're stupid

I caught the Fox News report on Tuesday's House Judiciary Committee hearing and I must confess that it tested my self control. You knew you weren't going to get any semblance of balance when the hearing is entitled "RECKLESS JUSTICE: Did the Saturday Night Raid of Congress Trample the Constitution?" Seriously, why even use a […]

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May 30, 2006
Look at the good side

Today's ruling by the European Court of Justice to bar airlines operating from Europe to the United States from disclosing their passenger lists to the Department of Homeland Security may mean that we'll have fewer snooty French tourists to deal with. Europe's highest court struck down an anti-terrorism agreement that allows the European Union and […]

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May 30, 2006
Humanity's arrogance

If you've read Michael Crichton's novel "Jurassic Park," then the first few pages are probably something that stuck with you. Charlton Heston read them for Rush Limbaugh's radio show several years ago and when you combine Crichton's words with Heston's voice -- wow! Anyway, the introduction talks about the arrogance of scientists and their belief […]

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May 30, 2006
Memorial Day

You'll find moving Memorial Day remembrances all over the blogosphere. Unfortunately, I'm not in a maudlin mood. Instead, I'll simply say that I appreciate the sacrifices that have been made and continue to be made by men and women in the military and point you to this article by the Union-Tribune's Robert Caldwell. This was […]

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May 29, 2006
Missing the point

Well, it looks as though that whole "culture of corruption" thing going around Washington knows no party. First there was House Majority Leader Tom DeLay...and now we have Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid. Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid accepted free ringside tickets from the Nevada Athletic Commission to three professional boxing matches while that state […]

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May 29, 2006
Al Gore and carbon dioxide

Al Gore's new "documentary" has earned $389,000 at the box office at the time of this posting. "An Inconvenient Truth" is a warning about the "evil" of carbon dioxide and the "fact" that Hollywood liberals in their private planes are causing the Earth to turn into a sauna. If you've read Hoystory for any period […]

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May 28, 2006
Still not so swift

Sen. John Kerry is still fighting battles he lost long ago. In today's New York Times, there is what can only be described as a puff piece on Kerry's continuing efforts to lose Vietnam in 1971 and win the presidency in 2004. There's no immediate news hook on which to base today's article. The story […]

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May 28, 2006
Self-inflicted wounds

The good news is that now more than ever, the news media can't get away with sloppy reporting. If you weren't following last week's battle between House Speaker Dennis Hastert and ABC News' Brian Ross, then maybe ABC News can still count you as a viewer. The Washington Post's Howard Kurtz has a succinct summary […]

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Buttigieg is going with *we waited until it was safely over the ocean*, which demands that the question be asked "Why didn't you do this over the Bering Sea? Why did you let it cross America?"

If @jaketapper were a journalist, he'd ask.

He didn't.

Tapper is not a journalist.

Here's where I'm at with this.

Even if it was a weather balloon, even if it was an accident, even if Trump did it...what's the response to this question?

It *can't* be "to avoid provoking China" because Biden shot it down anyways.

Biden can't have it both ways. https://twitter.com/jasoninthehouse/status/1622038491218726913

Jason Chaffetz @jasoninthehouse

Mr. President, what is the answer to this question?

I continue to be annoyed by online media companies skimping on the copy editors.

If you disagree, we may feud over the issue.

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