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Saturday, April 19, 2003  

They're back! Buiochas le Dia! They were having a celebration on FNC and CNN earlier.

posted by d | 10:14 PM
 

This article is interesting. I like the part about them all getting Irish names.

posted by d | 9:33 PM
 

This PETA sicko wants to be barbequed, turned into a purse, and have her eyes sent to the EPA. Really, that's mentally ill. There's no political statement worth this kind of disgusting behavior.

posted by d | 4:51 PM
 

What a surprise! Telling kids it's okay to have sex hasn't decreased teen pregnancy! How could that be?

posted by d | 12:51 PM
 

David Limbaugh thinks that Bush is going to win in '04. I wish I had his optimism about it. I think that Bush could win, but it's remember, last time Bush won, we only barely stopped the Democrats from stealing it.

Then again, if the Democrats run Sharpton, there's nothing to worry about.....

posted by d | 12:45 PM


Friday, April 18, 2003  

By the way, I'm thinking of turning this into a kind of "theme blog" about educational brainwashing and such. I'm in high school right now, and going to college next year, so I might have some interesting things to say on that topic. Email me if you like (or don't like) that idea.

posted by d | 11:53 PM
 

David Horowitz has a good article about academic bias in universities' humanities departments. It's sad, how teachers and proffesors try to brainwash students, but it actually looks like students are waking up to it.

posted by d | 11:51 PM
 

Here's a story about violent reactions to anti-infanticide protests at UMass Amherst. Imagine, for a moment, if someone did this to the anti-war people's displays. The media would be all over it.

posted by d | 7:39 PM
 

Michelle Malkin has an article about preschool kids being indoctrinated. This is just sick.

posted by d | 5:36 PM


Thursday, April 17, 2003  

Wait, sometimes it's bad, sometimes it's not. Interesting.....

posted by d | 11:48 PM
 

Ignore that banner up there. For some reason, they put a Democrat ad on my blog. Jerks. This vexes me to no end. I may just have to pay for the better version so that I won't have to see that ad.

posted by d | 11:47 PM
 

Strange article at Agape Press about a same-sex relationship case held in a school library. I wonder what is going on here......why have a trial in a school library at all? No school library I've ever seen has good facilities for a trial. It seems like the court would be a better place for this.

posted by d | 1:40 PM
 

What's wrong with the U.N.

The U.N. is made up of a great many nations. Thus, it represents the feelings of those nations governments. However, most governments are not democracies. The people have no choice in who gets appointed to the U.N. The U.N. does not make its decisions in the interests of the people of the world, but rather in the interests of the governments of the world. The U.N. is simply an undemocratic institution.

posted by d | 1:30 PM
 

Good article at the Weekly Standard about Daschle's bishop telling him to stop calling himself a Catholic. I suppose it makes sense. I'll never understand why people claim to be Catholic and yet support abortion.

posted by d | 12:42 PM
 

Jay Nordlinger's Impromptus today are pretty good. Especially this part:
" You know how Democrats expropriate certain words and phrases — good and important ones — and turn them into something mushy and awful? Back in the '80s, when national security was a big issue (as it is now), Democrats took to saying, "Education is a national-security issue. Medicare is a national-security issue." Etc. It was the only way they could play the game — the GOP was clobbering them on the real issue of national security.

Well, listen to another Democratic presidential candidate, Rep. Dennis Kucinich: "Poverty is a weapon of mass destruction. Homelessness is a weapon of mass destruction. Lack of adequate education is a weapon of mass destruction."

Honestly, there is something perturbing and sick about that."

I quite agree. Words mean something. It's not concrete or invariable what they mean, but if you're speaking English, you can't just take the word "books" and have it mean "tea" and expect that people will understand you. Neither should the Democrats use a term like "weapon of mass destruction" lightly. And speaking of this, I want to know the statistics of everyone who dies due to poverty in America. I bet it's a lot fewer than died when Saddam Hussein gassed the Kurds. Poverty is a horible, sad thing, but it's simply not killing people in large numbers in America today.

posted by d | 12:14 PM
 

John Derbyshire has a good article on the artifacts lost in Iraq. I think it's sad that these artifacts were lost, but the safety of an artifact is not worth keeping a tyrant in charge of a nation.

posted by d | 12:03 PM
 

Sorry, I've not posted for a while. I've had a lot to do, and all the news has been about the war, and I didn't want to be like one of those pundits who spends all their time predicting disasters and victories with not real knowledge of what's going on. Anyway, I hope to post a bit more in the future...

posted by d | 11:59 AM
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