Kit Carson and Native Americans. Ben Stein and Ron Paul. Liberals and Santa. Obama and National Security. Napolitano and Rendell. Plus much more.
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Mr. Stein: It doesn’t matter if Rep. Ron Paul was “taking that
line” or not. The relationship between America, Israel, and the
rest of the Middle East is academic and anti-Antisemitism is
neither necessary, or even relevant, to an accurate assessment…
Res ipsa loqitur. If, Mr. Stein, you want
Americans to stop blaming Israel for murder and occupation,
Israel should stop murdering and occupying. And if, Mr. Stein,
you don’t like American “anti-Semites” following the money trail
to Israel’s military occupation, ask the Knesset to remove
Israel’s grubby little hands from America’s coffers.
— Glen McCarthy
Everyone knows Ron Paul is soft on Islamic terrorism. The real
question is when is this government “pork king” going to renounce
earmarks? My guess he’ll remain an appeaser of tyrants and
terrorists till he dies and as long as he’s in Congress he’ll
make Democrats look parsimonious in his grab for
— Michael Tomlinson
Jacksonville, North Carolina
Re: Tom Bethell’s Wikipedia Meets Its Own Climategate:
If you want some further evidence of the changing of Wikipedia information to diminish contrary info to AGW, check out the Axel Heiberg information now and many months back, say April of 2008. The previous paleontology section seems to have disappeared. Compare current to the April 2008 version where there is long discussion of evidence of a previous warmer and even tropical climate on the island which is above the Arctic Circle.
You just can no longer trust Wikipedia, if the subject is at all
I have noticed in recent times that when I put “climategate” into
Google, it shows less and less responses each day. Once it showed
over 40,000,000, and increasing. Once it showed over 100,000,000.
It now shows about 3,600,000. In addition, it gives no reference
names as I type it in. This is unlike anything I have ever seen.
I think there is something fishy going on. You may want to
examine this .
— Leonard Weinstein, ScD
Re: Eric Peters’ New Year New Car Resolutions:
And can we please have an end to the remote door lock/unlock
devices that give a blast of the car’s horn every time
the device is used! The device itself is fine, but in
this already overly noisy world who needs more car horns
tooting? Here’s a suggestion: for all those too lazy to push a
button on the door before exiting their cars, or turn a
key to enter it, and who insist on using their little key
fob horn-tooters, let there be a silent electric shock to
let them know their gadget worked, and did so without disturbing
— C. Vail
Re: R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.’s War Is Hell — Not Litigation:
Respectfully, how can we expect Gates to do the honorable and sensible thing here? He’s Obama’s Secretary of Defense — and we all know what Obama thinks of the military.
And given how the Army brass reacted after the Ft. Hood massacre by the Muslim jihadist, the morale and protection of the soldiers appears a distant second to heel-clicking boot-licking obedience to political correctness.
As I heard someone say on a conservative talk-radio show, this
entire debacle is payback to the SEALs for having taking the
initiative and killing those Somali pirates.
— C. Kenna Amos Jr.
Princeton , West Virginia
Excuse me, but where was Babbin when Col. Chessani and Col. West
went through their hells with garbage charges against them. If
Mr. Babbin is so interested in these Seals getting justice, why
didn’t he do the right thing for the above guys when he was a big
cheese at the Pentagon. Just another Republican right, Democrat
wrong politician. If he was so concerned why didn’t he resign
under Bush? He’s a phony. And Gates? He has been in charge
through all these circuses. And this is not to mention all the
silent flag ranks. Name one, just one General or Admiral
that has risked his career and stood up for any of these guys. I
won’t hold my breath. Thank god I’m too old to be in a foxhole
with any of these paper pushers.
— Jim Welsh
If they continue with this court martial, the SEALs should sack
their rifles and tell their commanders to fight the war
Do you know how someone can donate to their legal defense?
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
In Britain, defending your property can get you life.
The debacle of this president’s administration is both a cause and a symptom of the decline of American values. Unless Congress impeaches him, that decline will go on unchecked. An eminent jurist surveys the damage and assesses the chances for the recovery of our culture.
It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
The American Christmas, like the songs that celebrate it, makes room for everybody under the rainbow. Is that why so many people seem to be hostile to it?
Was the President done in by the economy, or by the politics of the economy?