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September 08, 2006

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» Projection from Blue Crab Boulevard
Shrinkwrapped has a rather scary analysis of what is going on right now, as exemplified by the unholy row the Democrats are raising over The Path to 9/11. This is a classic case of projection with terrifying implications. [As an aside I... [Read More]

» Why Does The American Left Demand The Prerogative To Indoctrinate? from All Things Beautiful
The ABC miniseries saga is yet again exposing how militant liberals increasingly treat free speech, civil liberties and all the rest with utter contempt, for they view these constitutional cornerstones of our society as nothing more than useful tools t... [Read More]

» Ratcheted Up from Bizzyblog
Clinton Lawyers Demand ABC Yank Film (HT Drudge). Short of going to court, this is as heavy-handed as it gets. I would like to think that this commenter sentiment at the link is shared by many, but I fear not: This is a shameful episode for the Democra... [Read More]

» "As usual, Clinton figures that the rest of us are too stupid or lazy to look it up for ourselves" from sisu
As usual, Clinton figures that the rest of us are too stupid or lazy to look it up for ourselves, writes Dennis Byrne at Fox News. And having read the complete report when it came out more than two years [Read More]

» "As usual, Clinton figures that the rest of us are too stupid or lazy to look it up for ourselves" from sisu
As usual, Clinton figures that the rest of us are too stupid or lazy to look it up for ourselves, writes Dennis Byrne at Fox News. And having read the complete report when it came out more than two years [Read More]

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