Monthly Archives: March 2010

It has everything!

Deception. Regular passenger service through the looking glass. Evidence that there is indeed right and wrong. Action, big questions, characters who leap out at you (and grab you by the throat), mortal peril to keep you awake at night. Adrenaline … Continue reading

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Romney

Mike has the side-by-side. Honestly, Romney is a fine fellow, but he bet on the wrong horse on his way out of Massachusetts and really shouldn’t waste any more of his time.

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Memory Lane

Via McQ, a trip down Memory Lane. I’ll say more about this in the future…

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The Hutaree case

The Wall Street Journal reports: He said Mr. Stone was easily upset by talk of the government. “Some of the things that upset Dave also upset me,” said Mr. Gaydosh, who belongs to another militia group with no ties to … Continue reading

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Lawrence Eagleburger doesn’t get it

Quoted over at Gateway Pundit: “I’ve never seen anyone who is as amateurish in the conduct of his foreign relations as this president.” It’s not that it’s amateurish; it’s that it is intentional and deliberate. Until people wake up to … Continue reading

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Talking War

Watch this. It’s John Arquilla and Victor Davis Hanson talking about developments in warfare with Peter Robinson. Some of the conversation is about Iraq and how things went between the invasion in ’03 and the Surge in ’07. Hanson makes … Continue reading

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Finding a new way to say it

It has gotten so old, and frankly so embarrassing to see, that it is hard to find ways to describe it without being as leaden as the thing itself. But Tam does it beautifully: The absolutely inchoate rage engendered in … Continue reading

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Norman Podhoretz defends Sarah Palin

It’s a pretty good argument, but I don’t buy it. In her initial bursting forth on the big stage, I loved Palin. Her first few days as McCain’s running mate were exhilerating. She did great in her convention speech. Loved … Continue reading

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Frank Rich plays solitare with a deck of race cards

It’s too tiresome to bother you with, other than as another iteration of a song and dance so stale that if it was the theme of a Broadway musical even the most forgiving theatre critic would walk out halfway into … Continue reading

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First Amazon customer review of ‘Corpse in Armor’ — Five Stars

Linda Morgan begins: If she hadn’t been so meticulous an attorney and so protective of her client, Mara Rains might never have learned about her intended role as an incidental dupe in a mind-boggling terrorist plot. She’d almost certainly have … Continue reading

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The dirty work

Soja is handling it this morning: Nothing but bad news as far as the mouse can click today. Even some of Socialism’s usual cheerleaders are wondering if they can smell that smell. The catastrophe is kicking in exactly, I think, … Continue reading

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Did I call it, or did I call it?

From a year and five days ago, March 21, 2009: The coming great combine stone-crushing harvester paver P.S.: I should add that at the end of that post I did not give enough credit to the idea that people would … Continue reading

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“How the Left fakes hate: A primer”

Michelle Malkin: After years of covering racial hoaxes on college campuses and victim sob stories in the public arena, I’ve encountered countless opportunists who live by that demented mindset. At best, the fakers are desperately seeking 15 minutes of infamy. … Continue reading

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Precisely

Via Vanderleun…

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‘Corpse in Armor’ debuts on Amazon

There it is. I couldn’t be happier. Amazon is the world’s bookstore.

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Here’s the future

Health care as the government’s organs swell: Americans would do well to ponder a recent admission by a former British minister in the Blair government. On March 2, the Guardian reported that the ex-minister, now Lord Warner, said that while … Continue reading

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