Monthly Archives: January 2008

Profiles in Courage

Senator Barak Obama’s campaign for the presidency has earned the endorsement of The Fat Rich Kid and America’s Princess, Caroline Kennedy, whose major accomplishment in life – like that of her mother – appears to be limited to marrying a … Continue reading

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The New Kids

For the last week, I’ve been helping my lovely bride look after our new pups. Miss Faith went into labor a little after midnight on Wednesday. She pooped out from uterine inertia after a short time, so we called the … Continue reading

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They’re Here

Two boys and two girls, born by C-section at 2:00 this morning. More follows.

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Waiting

Miss Faith is due to deliver any time, so we wait on her pleasure. The X-rays showed 5 or perhaps 6 puppies. The sire is the great Virago.

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One Less Potential Running Mate for Ron Paul

Bobby Fischer has died in Reykjavik at 64.

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Commie Dies, Times Weeps

Another old Red bites the dust: Milton Wolff, the last commander of the American volunteers who fought against Franco in the Spanish Civil War and the longtime commander of the Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, died Monday in Berkeley, … Continue reading

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Not Reassuring

The dust-up between Revolutionary Guard speedboats and U.S. naval vessels in the Strait of Hormuz is worrying for what it might be a harbinger of: There is a reason American military officers express grim concern over the tactics used by … Continue reading

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Proof of a Just and Merciful God!

The Dallas Cowboys (The Greatest Team that Absolutely Ever Was, Is, or Will Be) has lost to the New York Giants 21-17. In losing, Dallas has gone 12 years without winning a post-season game. If they went through the next … Continue reading

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An End, We Hope

It looks like the campaign of Ron Paul (or Dr. Paul his supporters insist) is now in serious trouble with the revelation that racist and homophobic columns appeared in a newsletter with his name on the banner. Who knows who … Continue reading

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Population of Hell Up by One!

The famous Cuban health care system so praised by Michael Moore can’t help a traitor: Renegade former CIA agent Philip Agee, whose naming of agency operatives helped prompt a U.S. law against exposing government spies, has died in Cuba, his … Continue reading

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Surprise!

Headline: “Canadians would root for Democrats: poll”

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Kick Me

Ah, the craven self-abnegation of Columbia University’s professoriat: An academic delegation of Columbia University professors and deans of faculties plans to visit Tehran to officially apologize to Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad. The delegation plans to express regret for the insulting … Continue reading

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Poetry in Motion

Grace, balance, teamwork. Andreas Helgstrand and Blue Hors Matine in the Freestyle Dressage competition at the 2006 World Equestrian Games. Folks, it don’t get any better than this.

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The Leg Up

Kerry Howley has a column on the role of husbands in getting their wives elected to office, with focus on the Cattle Baroness. Now, no doubt she’s a capable senator, but, as was once said of the Fat Rich Kid, … Continue reading

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Out of Pocket

My lovely bride returns this evening from New Zealand. I am engaged in an orgy of house cleaning. Back tomorrow.

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