Tuesday, July 25, 2006


I am overwhelmed, and I apologize. I can't do something halfway. Therefore, I am going dormant for a while, until I can get my act together. The date of my return will be ...


Until then.

Friday, July 21, 2006

Cheney Did It!

This is better than 'Bush Lied!' The taxpayers of Wisconsin must be thrilled.

Teacher under fire for his Cheney-9/11 theory

Barrett has said he thinks the most likely theory about the 9/11 plot is that it was an "inside job" organized and commanded by Vice President Dick Cheney.

So much for higher education.

Saturday, July 15, 2006

Book Sales Down, Must Generate More

So we need more marketing...

Plame, husband file lawsuit against Cheney, Libby, Rove

Former CIA officer Valerie Plame on Friday said she and her husband filed their lawsuit against top Bush administration officials "with heavy hearts" but at the same time "with a renewed sense of purpose."

Way way down, at the very end of the story, is the real juice to this affair. Books sales are not mentioned by CNN at all.

Novak told Fox the information was a "nice nugget" that came out during a long interview with the senior official -- whose identity the columnist still refuses to reveal -- and was not leaked in an effort to manipulate him. He also said a CIA spokesman he contacted before publication never told him her status was classified.

The senior official disclosed the information after Novak asked why the CIA would have sent Wilson to Niger, which Novak said he found odd.

"He's not a CIA agent. He is not anybody who knows Niger that well. He served there a long time ago," Novak told Fox. "(The source) said his wife worked in the Office of Nuclear Proliferation at the CIA, and she suggested he go."
Its all there. You just have to stomache the BS in the first 9/10ths of this article to get to it.

Thursday, July 06, 2006

Bush Lied (Part II)

This is interesting, considering the ‘fact’ that Saddam was just a benign secular dictator that meant no harm to anyone.

Iraq How-to Manual Directed Arab Military Operatives In Afghanistan

An Arab regime, possibly Iraq, supplied how-to manuals for Arab operatives working throughout Afghanistan before 9/11, and provided military assistance to the Taliban and Al Qaeda.

That's the most likely conclusion drawn from an apparent training manual unearthed in captured Iraqi government computer files translated and analyzed exclusively for Fox News, and made public for the first time.

The document, apparently written before the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, could bolster the Bush administration's contention that Saddam Hussein was providing support for Islamic extremists who were plotting against America.

First we find out that Saddam actually was in violation of the UN arms sanctions, and now this. Hans and Kofi must be beside themselves.

Monday, July 03, 2006

Gone Fishing...