Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Freedom at Sunset

This was the sweetest win of all yesterday. This is cause to lift one's cup in honor of the voters in Dover, and again in appreciation of the scientific method.

But we must always keep up on what is going on and none other than this gal does it so well. Find a defender of the White House on your television these days, and you are likely to hear them blame Bill Clinton for Iraq. [more]

Down the 'Ol Memory Hole... Agitprop has good links to the brewing controversy about what exactly was said at the White House press conference on October 31.

The Heretik writes about the recent revelations of the use of “Willy Pete,” WP, of white phosphorus in Fallujah proves again that occupying powers have the power to terrorize a civilian population. While something native survives, the soul of the occupier who uses such power is lost in the fire.

Just Ain't Right states the biggest under-reported story in the blogosphere now, in my humble opinion, is about the mass civilian killings in Fallujah. Italian TV ran a story yesterday, something that obviously couldn't happen here, what with our MSM busy with their myriad everyday mundane matters. [more]

This Friday is Veterans Day
- a time to honor all who have worn the uniform in the service of the United States - past and present. For history buffs, it was originally known as Armistice Day, marking the end of World War 1 hostilities on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918. [more]

And finally, The New Blog has some nice words about giveth and taketh away.

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