June 20, 2006
The worst happened

I must say that I wasn't surprised to discover that the two U.S. soldiers who were kidnapped last week were found dead yesterday, their bodies mutilated and booby-trapped. Not only were the bodies booby-trapped, but homemade bombs also lined the road leading to the victims, an apparent effort to complicate recovery efforts and target recovery […]

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June 20, 2006
Don't know much geography

On Sunday, Congressman Jack Murtha was on "Meet the Press." He did not acquit himself well, but Bush Derangement Syndrome seems to have that effect on people afflicted with it. Murtha pointed to the success of the U.S. assassination of terrorist Abu Musab al Zarqawi to bolster his case for a "redeployment" out of Iraq […]

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June 20, 2006
You can't handle the truth

Well, you're a Hoystory reader, so you probably can. But it's becoming readily apparent that there's a significant portion of the moonbat left that simply cannot. I've been beating on the liberal Web site truthout.org for nearly a month now (see here, here and here) after they falsely reported that White House advisor had been […]

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June 20, 2006
Out of control

The whole megapixel one-upsmanship thing is just getting out of hand. Dalsa Semiconductor has fabricated an image sensor with more than 111 million pixels. The company claims the 4 x 4-inch charge-coupled device, configured as 10,560 x 10,560 pixels, is the world's highest-resolution image sensor and the first to break the 100 million-pixel barrier.

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