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Archive for March, 2006

Honesty

Friday, March 31st, 2006

At one time I was under the impression that the truth would always come to the surface. I was taught that liars could never keep their web of lies straight and they would eventually be exposed. The Bible tells us not to bear false witness. In other words don’t tell ...

As We See It: License to Scare Edition

Friday, March 31st, 2006

It's been a busy week with lots of news and no time to comment on it. Here's the latest installment of As We See It. The Name is Irhabi, 007 Irhabi Sticks and Stones Will Break Our Bones, But Names Will Sometimes Hurt Us Noblesse Oblige Dubya Style Nitro Death Match - Russell "The ...

The CEO President

Friday, March 31st, 2006

There are managers and there are leaders, but they couldn't be more different than night and day. A Manager is the titular head of a group of people. In today's world, companies encourage the use of the word "resources" in place of "people"; because that's exactly how Managers must perceive those ...

The Smug Cloud

Thursday, March 30th, 2006

Trey Parker and Matt Stone nailed it last night. Last night's episode really identified the side of liberalism I despise. Smug. Elitistism. For those who don't get Comedy Central. The episode starts with Kyle's Dad driving a Prius and going all over town and telling everyone ...

The Window Slams Shut

Thursday, March 30th, 2006

John Robb predicted the scenario that is currently ripping Iraq apart back in 2004. The establishment of . . .  loyalist paramilitaries in Iraq would quickly put the insurgency on the defensive. Over the next year, their activities will likely result in a level of "controlled chaos" sufficient to allow the US ...

Science Roundup, March 30, 2006

Thursday, March 30th, 2006

Brain cells and circuits together at last. Better treatments for brain disorders and maybe enhancement of normal people, too? I must admit, I am a big fan of the whole cyborg thingy :-) Another skull found that fills in some of the gap between our Hominid ancestors and Modern Humans. ...

Orwellian? You Decide

Thursday, March 30th, 2006

David Corn over at Tompaine.com (great site, BTW) is having trouble these days; while he thinks the term "Orwellian" is overused, the doublespeak coming from Dear Leader and his Admin. can only be referred to as such. Take the "Terrorist Surveillance Program" for instance. That's what Dear Leader ...

When Will We Threaten the House of Saud?

Thursday, March 30th, 2006

According to recent reports, the Saudis are building a Nuclear Weapons Program with the help of the Pakistanis. I can't wait to see Dear Leader walk up to the podium and rattle his saber at them. I mean if the Iranians having nukes is a threat, then surely ...

Quote of the Day 3/29/06

Wednesday, March 29th, 2006

Scientists will never be the close, reassuring father figures that Americans see every week. We will always be threats to the backwards-looking flocks of the majority of the religious, and we will always be railed against from the pulpits—science is an alternative and better way to approach the truth, so ...

The Stock Market Fares Better Under Democratic Presidents

Wednesday, March 29th, 2006

Who-da-thunk that the Stock Market does better under the Dems. This article from Yahoo Finance says it all. Since 1948, Republican Administrations have controlled the White House 57.2 percent of the time. But during the period that the GOP was in office, stock returns have averaged only 9.53 percent per ...

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