Archive for January, 2005

Read & Enjoy…

January 31, 2005

Moxie on the Iraqi elections and grief it caused American leftists.

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The Finger wins!

January 31, 2005

Euro-Fighter Woes

January 31, 2005

By way of Vodkapundit:

THE seriously delayed and massively over budget Eurofighter Typhoon is so unreliable it is barely airborne, according to the German government, which has just taken delivery of a squadron of the £60m planes.

The new fighter-bomber, being jointly built by the UK, Germany, Spain and Italy, also lacks some of the most basic systems to protect it over the modern battlefield and has been plagued with technical problems.

A report prepared for the defence committee of the German parliament said that the eight aircraft bought for the air force spent an average of just one hour a week in the air because components had to be replaced so frequently.

Not the Boondocks

January 30, 2005

By way of Protein Wisdom:

Giving Terror the Finger!

January 30, 2005

From J. Groth:

On January 31, 2005, in a show of solidarity with the bravery of the Iraqi people, all Americans should color their index fingers blue or purple, and give terrorism the finger.

My index finger is already ink-stained. How about yours?

Now he asks the tough questions…

January 30, 2005

Michelle Malkin notes that Tim Russert finally asked John Kerry tough questions about his Vietnam service…2 months after the election.

The silence of the left…

January 30, 2005

Democracy is on the march and democrats are hiding under their bedcovers.

Recently updated…

January 30, 2005

One of my photo pages, Kennedy sig quotes, SF Sig Quotes (page2), page 7 of general sigs, page 10 of political sigs, and page 2 of military sigs.

Silencing the opposition

January 30, 2005

Mr. Simon points out that the folks over at the socialist hotbed called the DU, are quick to silence any who oppose them.

An Observation about the Left and the Right…

January 30, 2005

Dean points out:

In the late 20th century, the right was forced to confront Mussolini and Franco and, ultimately, Hitler. They had their noses rubbed in those men and the movements they represented. As reluctant as most of them were, most of them were honest enough–sooner or later–to confront all that full in the face.

Still to this day, the left has refused to allow itself to be confronted full in the face with Lenin, Stalin, and Mao. Instead, most of them still make excuses, or bloviate and act offended and change the subject when someone brings it up.

This may ultimately be the most important difference between left and right today.