Monday, June 26, 2006

Every passing week, it becomes more apparent that disgruntled leftists in the intelligence community and antiwar crusaders in the mainstream media, annealed in their disdain for the Bush administration, are undermining our ability to win the War on Terror. Their latest body blow to the war effort is the exposure, principally by the New York Times, of the Treasury Department’s top-secret program to monitor terror funding.. It's like a self fullfilling prophecy: sabotage the effort while complaining that the war is going poorly, then, when things really go bad, say,"See? I told you so." Where's thesense in that?: Would the New York Times pubish our nuclear launch codes if it acquired access to them because it "may be ... a matter of public interest"?

On Ann Coulter:.......Should we nod with feigned approval at the irresponsible statements of Congressman John Murtha or Senator John Kerry because they were in combat? Conversely, should those with no military background be foreclosed from the public debate on the war, as "chicken hawks"? Preposterously, liberals answer yes to both questions.But the more important point is: Liberals don't really believe that the opinions of veterans or family members of war victims are entitled to deference or "absolute moral authority."As usual, the liberals' outrage is highly selective. It is not the people or their circumstances that are sacrosanct, but their liberal positions. Liberals accorded none of their precious war-hero deference to John O'Neill and the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth. Indeed, they called them liars -- when they weren't -- and much worse. They have savaged combat-decorated Marine Ollie North. They have no use for retired generals supporting Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. Not on their lives would they defend 9/11 widows or mothers of war victims in support of President Bush's war effort.

International community step aside. Noam Chomsky is here to solve the Iran crisis.
In the pages of the Guardian, one of the few mainstream newspapers that still consents to treat the radical dinosaur as a serious political commentator, Chomsky claims to have found a way to "defuse" tensions between Iran's mullahs and the West. What he offers instead is a preemptive apology for a nuclear Iran, leavened with the serial distortions, flat-out fabrications and promiscuous anti-Americanism that have been his hallmark for years. (more)

U of Colorado Boss: Fire Ward Churchill

Friday, June 16, 2006

Dems strip Jefferson of committee assignment
99-58 vote ignored pleas of embattled lawmaker, Congressional Black Caucus
--Associated Press

Border agents take gunfire
Vehicle hit by shots from fleeing SUV that crossed border illegally
--Arizona Daily Star

45,000 from terror-linked nations freed since 2001
Federal study finds 1/2 of detained illegals released back into U.S. society
--Rocky Mountain News

Arctic sea level dips as global waters rise
Satellite findings defy expectations as Earth's climate warms

Thursday, June 15, 2006

Al Aqsa official: Jewish temples existed
Says proof passed down over the centuries by mosque custodians

Hamas minister stopped with $20 million in suitcase
Cash seized at Gaza crossing in midst of protests by unpaid civil servants
--London Times

Iraq Announces Info From Al-Zarqawi Raid

Al-Qaeda in Iraq views "the continued presence of American forces as harmful to the resistance." As an overall picture when you go through this, "time has been an element in effecting negatively the forces of the occupying countries due to the losses they sustained economically and human lives which are increasing with time. However, here in Iraq, time is now beginning to be of service to the American forces and harmful to the resistance." He calls himself and the Al-Qaeda people "the resistance" in this document. So what does that mean? The fact that we have not cut and run, the fact that we have not followed Democratic Party directives and policies, policies they are still advocating to this day

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Rove cleared,


Insider Trading Conviction Of George Soros Upheld...

Professor Bob Carter of the Marine Geophysical Laboratory at James Cook University, in Australia gives what, for many Canadians, is a surprising assessment: "Gore's circumstantial arguments are so weak that they are pathetic. It is simply incredible that they, and his film, are commanding public attention."
But surely Carter is merely part of what most people regard as a tiny cadre of "climate change skeptics" who disagree with the "vast majority of scientists" Gore cites?
No; Carter is one of hundreds of highly qualified non-governmental, non-industry, non-lobby group climate experts who contest the hypothesis that human emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) are causing significant global climate change. "Climate experts" is the operative term here. Why? Because what Gore's "majority of scientists" think is immaterial when only a very small fraction of them actually work in the climate field.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Kerry: 'I Was Wrong' On Iraq
Washington, D.C. ( - U.S. Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts on Tuesday told an audience at the liberal Take Back America conference that he was sorry for voting to authorize the war in Iraq, calling the entire mission "a mistake." Full Story

Iraq War Protestors Heckle Clinton at Liberal Conference
( - When Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) spoke to the liberal "Take Back America" conference on Tuesday, she emphasized the need for Democrats to win control of Congress in November. However, her speech drew vocal protests from several attendees who demanded that she "bring the troops home now" from Iraq. Full Story

Clinton Links Republican Policies to More Hurricanes...

Whereas there may be evidence supporting global warming, the evidence for it's cause is not pointing towards people.

Of the 186 billion tons of CO2 that enter earth's atmosphere each year from all sources, only 6 billion tons are from human activity. Approximately 90 billion tons come from biologic activity in earth's oceans and another 90 billion tons from such sources as volcanoes and decaying land plants.

Dinosaurs used to live in the Northwestern part of the U.S. where it now gets very cold in the winter. Dinosaurs were cold-blooded reptiles. What does that tell you?

A good part of Texas was once underneath the ocean. What does that tell you?

In short, we know from studying the earth's history that there have been Ice Ages and global warming periods long before humans existed. Scientists do not know why these major climate changes have occurred, but there are some possibilities:

* Explosions on the sun ("sun spots")
* Volcanic eruptions on a massive scale
* Changes in earth orbit
* Changes in earth's orientation toward the sun
* Explosions caused by large meteors hitting the earth

As the world evolves, changes in the earth's environment affect the climate in various ways. For example, explosions on the sun generate even more heat than the sun normally gives off and some of this heat makes it to the earth causing rising temperatures. Volcanic eruptions on Earth can cause temperatures to decrease, because the smoke and gases given off can act like an umbrella shade and prevent sunlight from passing through the atmosphere. Any slight change in the earth's orbit could cause the earth to move closer or farther away from the sun. This could radically change temperatures, because the earth would be closer or farther away from its principle source of heat.

"...the Earth was evidently coming out of a relatively cold period in the 1800's so that warming in the past century may be part of this natural recovery."

Dr. John R. Christy

Climate change is controlled primarily by cyclical eccentricities inEarth's rotation and orbit, as well as variations in the sun's energy output.

"Greenhouse gases" in Earth's atmosphere also influence Earth's temperature, but in a much smaller way. Human additions to total greenhouse gases play a still smaller role, contributing about 0.2% - 0.3% to Earth's greenhouse effect.

Major Causes of Global Temperature Shifts

(1) Astronomical Causes

  • 11 year and 206 year cycles: Cycles of solar variability ( sunspot activity )
  • 21,000 year cycle: Earth's combined tilt and elliptical orbit around the Sun ( precession of the equinoxes )
  • 41,000 year cycle: Cycle of the +/- 1.5° wobble in Earth's orbit ( tilt )
  • 100,000 year cycle: Variations in the shape of Earth's elliptical orbit ( cycle of eccentricity )

(2) Atmospheric Causes

  • Heat retention: Due to atmospheric gases, mostly gaseous water vapor (not droplets), also carbon dioxide, methane, and a few other miscellaneous gases-- the "greenhouse effect"
  • Solar reflectivity: Due to white clouds, volcanic dust, polar ice caps

(3) Tectonic Causes

  • Landmass distribution: Shifting continents (continental drift) causing changes in circulatory patterns of ocean currents. It seems that whenever there is a large land mass at one of the Earth's poles, either the north pole or south pole, there are ice ages.
  • Undersea ridge activity: "Sea floor spreading" (associated with continental drift) causing variations in ocean displacement.

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Rove Cleared. Watch out for the violent reactions of the demon possessed!

Saturday, June 10, 2006

It's amazing how much sympathy al-Zarqawi's death gets. His death spared many, many INNOCENT lives. Arab people around the world are celebrating his demise as they did Sadam Hussein's. Yet some Americans, in an effort to feal enlightened, I suppose, are taking the opposite side and feeling remorseful; giving his preference to those that he would otherwise have killed. Twisted? yes. Absurb? Yes. Inevitable? Yes. But it never fails to amaze me.