Archive for January, 2008

Highlights from the NH debate

All the good parts from the debate (highlights featuring Fred Thompson): I think Fred hit a home run. Here’s what the media had to say about Fred’s performance at the debate: “I think Fred Thompson had a terrific night.” (George Stephanopoulos, ABC) “Fred Thompson won the debate.” (The Atlantic) “[Fred Thompson] came to play tonight.” […]

Romney’s healthcare plan provides abortion coverage

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From Friends of Fred Thompson: This is Romney’s health care plan of which he claims authorship and credit. The plan guarantees Planned Parenthood a seat at the decision-making table. The plan provides taxpayer-funded abortions for a copay of $50. The plan penalizes individuals not buying health insurance coverage and small businesses not offering health insurance […]

Giuliani just doesn’t get it…

If you get to stay (in other words, cut line in front of people who are trying to get into the country legally), it’s amnesty. Giuliani just can’t seem to wrap his mind around the concept. If you come here illegally, you shouldn’t be allowed to stay. It’s really that simple.

Romney is the Republican version of John Kerry

It was mentioned in the humorous video I posted earlier, but the Republicans spent all of 2004 criticizing John Kerry for flip flopping, and now one of our front runners is Mitt Romney, a flip flopper of at least the same caliber as Kerry. Joseph Farah lists a few of the Romney flip flops at […]

More fun with gravatars

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I just found a cool addon for Thunderbird called MessageFaces that allows you to add gravatar functionality to your e-mail. It will take images from gravatar.com and display them as shown above. One more reason to get your own gravatar for free! Once you install the addon, you will need to go to the settings […]

ADL sinks further into irrelevancy

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) was supposedly established “to stop the defamation of the Jewish people, to secure justice and fair treatment to all citizens alike,” but under the leadership of Abraham Foxman, they have become a group of irrelevant political hacks. They attack Christians, America’s Christian heritage, and anyone or anything else that is not […]

Blog readability

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Happy New Year! The following website claims to be able to evaluate the level of education required to read your blog. It says mine requires a high school education. I’m not sure if I should be proud or embarrassed. Do I simply have a reader-friendly style, or am I incapable of writing at a university […]