31 March 2006


So That's What It Looks Like

For years I've been hearing people talk about the race card and playing it. Now Linda at Something.. and Half of Something has found a picture of the race card. As she was reporting on the Cynthia McKinney brouhaha, she discovered a picture of Cynthia's race card. Appears that it works like a "Get Out Of Jail" card in Monopoly and looks more like a credit card than a playing card.


From The Ladies Of Fug

The ladies at Go Fug Yourself have a great site. A while back they developed the theory that Dolly Parton is similar to the Dread Pirate Roberts, and is grooming Pamela Anderson to take her place.

Now they have proof that Carrie Donovan, she of the Old Navy commercials, is still around in the form of Sharon Gless.


Immigration Issue

Michael Ramirez sums it up with this cartoon.

Via Allah, subbing at Michelle Malkin.

14 March 2006


One For The Pro-abortion Space Watchers

Today is a good day to be a pro-abortion sky watcher. There will be a penumbral lunar eclipse. The word penumbra became know to most people through Justice William O. Douglas and his opinion in the case of Griswold v. Connecticut. In that case, Douglas wrote that “specific guarantees in the Bill of Rights have penumbras, formed by emanations from those guarantees that help give them life and substance.”
Europe, Africa and the western third of Asia are in the best position to see this lunar eclipse, as it occurs high in their sky, as the night of March 14 transitions to March 15. Most of the Americas will be able to see it as well, although the eclipse will already be in progress on Tuesday evening as the Moon rises and ascends the eastern sky.

02 March 2006


Perforated Colon Mountain to Win Oscars

Ann Coulter's latest column is a great take on the Oscars. She hasn't seen any of the films, but it isn't stopping her from making predictions.
I shall summarize the plots of the five movies nominated for best picture below:
  • "Brokeback Mountain" (gay)
  • "Capote" (death penalty with bonus gay lead)
  • "Crash" (racism)
  • "Good Night, and Good Luck" (McCarthyism)
  • "Munich" (Jew athletes at Munich had it coming)
Everyone says it's going to be "Crash," but I think "Crash" is too popular with filmgoers. Moreover, Hollywood feels it has done enough for the blacks. Hollywood can never do enough for the gays. Gays in the military, gays in the Texas Rangers, gays on the range. It's like a brokeback record! As Pat Buchanan said, homosexuality has gone from "the love that dare not speak its name" to "the love that won't shut up."


How to Kill Your Baby in Eight Easy Steps

Well, I don't know if there are eight steps or if the process is easy, but Molly has a DIY abortion article. She's upset that some babies might live after the passing of the South Dakota abortion bill. In order to fight that and makes sure as many babies as possible are killed, she has put together a manual. How thoughtful. As K-Lo mentions in the Corner, the most distressing part is the comment section and the mundane manner is which they discuss killing a baby.

01 March 2006


Republic Not A Democracy

Walter Williams writes another brilliant column explaining the difference between a democracy and a republic.
High up on my list of annoyances are references to the United States as a democracy and the suggestion that Iraq should become a democracy.
This too is high on my annoyances list, ever since G. Gordon Liddy explained it on his radio show many years ago. Dr. Williams demonstrates the difference.
Our nation's founders had disdain for democracy and majority rule. James Madison, in Federalist Paper No. 10, said in a pure democracy, "there is nothing to check the inducement to sacrifice the weaker party or the obnoxious individual." During the 1787 Constitutional Convention, Edmund Randolph said that "in tracing these evils to their origin every man had found it in the turbulence and follies of democracy."

John Adams said, "Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There was never a democracy yet that did not commit suicide." Chief Justice John Marshall added, "Between a balanced republic and a democracy, the difference is like that between order and chaos." The founders knew that a democracy would lead to the same kind of tyranny suffered under King George III. Their vision for us was a republic.
His reason for bringing this up is the call for Iraq to become a democracy. He thinks it should be modeled on the cantonal system of Switzerland. Jonah Goldberg suggested the same thing shortly after the military victory in Iraq. Someone in the administration needs to heed their advice.

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