Archive for April, 2003
The National Review‘s Stanley Kurtz has raised some interesting thoughts on gay marriage. Here’s Kurtz on why homosexual marriage must now be made a collective taboo:
Jacob “Pit Bull” Hornberger (from the Future of Freedom Foundation) has a new blog worth visiting. See Here.
1. A few clowns short of a circus.2. A few fries short of a Happy Meal.3. An experiment in Artificial Stupidity.4. A few beers short of a six-pack.5. Dumber than a box of hair.6. A few peas short of a casserole.7. Doesn’t have all her Corn Flakes in one box.8. The wheel’s spinning, but the [...]
I’ll be on KOOP FM tonight (the Liberated Space program with Angela Keaton). KOOP is out of Austin, Texas. My appearance will be from 6:30-7:00 Central time.
Yeah, I know, what’s with the two sports posts today? My Red Wings are out of the playoffs, my Tigers are 1-16, but there’s the Pistons. Though my interest in professional basketball has waned since the days of the Detroit Piston’s “Bad Boys,” watching this guy play is a thing of beauty. Ben Wallace – [...]
For all of you hockey fans, concerning my team’s embarrassing first-round sweep. Hear the wisdom of the Red Wings “Minister of Information.”
According to Nicholas von Hoffman, “you can buy one of the new American rosaries with red, white and blue beads; as you finger each bead, recite the Pledge of Allegiance. Or you can go to the mall and buy a bigger flag.” This is a wonderful column.
This photo, and the masthead above it, kind of says it all — doesn’t it?
Kill for Israel, Empire, and Unilateral GloryRobert Novak writes a truthful, superb column. From Novak: Coinciding with the Bush administration’s tough talk about Syria, a senior Israeli official Monday exposed a smoking gun. Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz told the Tel Aviv newspaper Maariv: “We have a long list of issues we are thinking of demanding [...]