Thursday, November 30, 2006

Alabama Coaching

Just a little update to my Alabama fans out there (and if the visitor from Decatur reads this, leave a comment, I moved here from Decatur [Austin class '89]):
Spurrier rumors abound

Posted by Brian McAlister November 30, 2006 11:38

First, a housekeeping plea. Seems some users are clicking the "Report Objectionable Comment" link that appears after each comment when they just want to post their own comment. If you will instead use the "Add Your Comment" link that appears at the top of the comments column, your comment will appear much faster.

Now, onto today's rumor mill.

As much as everyone has downplayed the possibility of Spurrier coming to Alabama, stranger things have happened. Chris Walsh of the Tuscaloosa News blogs that it might not be the most impossible thing to imagine.
Personally I don't think AL will get him, but he'd be a good fit for them (I'd hate it personally, but he is the greatest college coach there is, even counting Pete Carroll). I think they should be focusing on trying to get Norm Chow before NC State does, but that's just me.
Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts


Trying to get Flock to work with my blog (I have used flock for awhile, but it timed out EVERY time I tried to post).

Patricia wanted me to try again with loggin turned on and send to her, so here goes.

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Wednesday, November 29, 2006

College Coaching Circus (so far)

So far eleven schools have said goodbye to coaches this offseason (which really isn't the offseason just yet for some of them) and probably a few more to go before it's over.

A rundown of Division I-A head coaching changes for the 2007 season:

A Change At The Top
AlabamaMike Shula
Arizona StateDirk Koetter
CincinnatiMark DantonioPat Narduzzi (interim)
Florida InternationalDon Strock
Iowa StateDan McCarneyGene Chizik
MiamiLarry Coker
Michigan StateJohn L. SmithMark Dantonio
North CarolinaJohn BuntingButch Davis
North Carolina StateChuck Amato
North TexasDarrell Dickey
TulaneChris Scelfo

Table via ESPN (link).

Poison? WalMart; Global Warming(cooling)??

Seems the police are going to question some 5th-graders in South Carolina over a suspected poisoning of a teacher.
GOOSE CREEK, S.C. -- Officials at a Goose Creek elementary school say police plan to question fifth grade students about a teacher who became ill after drinking deadly chemicals earlier this month.

The teacher at Boulder Bluff Elementary was hospitalized in critical condition November 16 after drinking methanol and ethylene glycol, a clear, colorless liquid used in antifreeze.(link)
The report states that the teacher has no history of depression or suicide attempts. This may be the weirdest 'school violence' story I've seen yet. It's hard to imagine 5th-graders as the diabolical evil-doers out to stop public education. I could see this maybe from high school kids or even college people, but elementary?? It boggles the mind.
San Diego is going down the Chicago road concerning Wal-Mart. The city council recently passed a resolution banning stores of greater than 90ksq ft selling groceries.
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The City Council here voted late Tuesday to ban certain giant retail stores, dealing a blow to Wal-Mart Stores Inc.'s potential to expand in the nation's eighth-largest city.

The measure, approved on a 5-3 vote, prohibits stores of more than 90,000 square feet that use 10 percent of space to sell groceries and other merchandise that is not subject to sales tax. It takes aim at Wal-Mart Supercenter stores, which average 185,000 square feet and sell groceries.(link)
Remember when Chicago wouldn't let Wal-Mart build in the city limits? (WaPo)? Well now S.D. is going down the same road. The gist of it is, the people voting to block are saying that Wal-Mart drives out local business and pays low wages. While true that local (small) business can hardly compete with the giant, the pay at Wal-Mart is usually higher than the pay at the business that gets driven out. So basically the city council wants to keep lower paying local business in the area :)
Global Warming!! (err cooling??)
Scientists are all aglow about global warming these days, but even most of them aren't as bad as the Gaia scientists.
The earth has a fever that could boost temperatures by 8 degrees Celsius making large parts of the surface uninhabitable and threatening billions of peoples' lives, a controversial climate scientist said on Tuesday.(link)
Seems that its too late to fix it (yay) and we're almost all doomed!!! Of course, these 'scientists' don't always agree with the real world or even with each other, but how do they explain these things?
The arctic deep freeze trapping Calgary is on track to break a 110-year-old weather record today, but the bitter cold is expected to ease in the coming days.

With a forecast low of -31C today, Calgary could break the -27C record set on this day in 1896. (link)
I'd say that what impact we humans have on the Earth is too little to guage. The world has been here for 5.4 billion years or so (and had massive warming/cooling trends to boot) and will outlast us by a long shot. Should we be concerned with clean air and pollution? Sure, but we shouldn't be telling everyone that life is going to end sometime next week and it's all over. Global 'climate change' spokespeople (see Al Bore) do not want to talk about this 'problem' they want your money so they can tell you what you will do about it. They don't care about conflicting data, since their data is right, that makes all other reports wrong. Wake me up when they say something worth while please.
Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts

UN HRC weighs in on the Israel/Palestine 'cease-fire'

The U.N. Human rights council weighed in on the cease-fire in Gaza in the Jerusalem Post
Nov. 29, 2006 13:52
UN rights chief: Cease-fire good first step

The United Nations' top human rights official called the cease-fire agreement reached last week between Israelis and Palestinians "indispensable" to reducing the threat facing civilians on both sides.

However, Louise Arbour told the global body's rights watchdog that the crisis Israelis and Palestinians are facing will not be resolved through short-term solutions.

"Addressing and resolving the human rights in the region cannot be held hostage to either stopgap measures that may be revoked, or to a resolution of the political crisis that may prove still someway off," said Arbour, the UN high commissioner for human rights.
While the cease-fire may indeed be a good thing, it isn't helpful that the UNHRC is already trying to condemn both sides in the public eye, without listing any of the 'human rights' issues it points to. There is no mention of kidnappings, suicide-bombers, missles/rockets fired into civilian populations, etc. There is no mention of the 'human rights' issues that Israel is accused of either, but in the MSM those are understood 'truths' these days. Peace will never be achieved in the Middle East until and unless the UN or at least the 'free' countries of the world recognize that firing rockets into civilian populations purposefully to inflict civilian casualties and suicide bombers detonating themselves in civilian centers is in no way equal to military retaliation where collateral damage occurs.
Collateral damage is always to be abhorred for the senseless tragedy it is, but it is not the same on any level as the wanton destruction that occurs with targetting civilians by terrorists and groups that support them. Until world leaders have the gumption to stand up and decide that terrorism is wrong, both in policy AND in public; then these things will contine to occur. The situation in the ME is a washing-machine cycle. Sign cease-fire, fire rockets at Israel until they respond, cry to UN about Israel violating cease-fire, repudiate cease-fire based on Israel's violation, repeat.
There is never anything new to these deals, only the Israeli leader changes and sometimes the leaders of the terrorists.
Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Protecting the Criminal

I don't have any neat phrases to put here, nor any 'good' writing to make a point on this post. Mainly what I have is disgust at what I'm reading. Via MM:{img me-LN}
Democrats will protect law-breakers
By Michelle Malkin · November 28, 2006 01:41 PM
Ed Morrissey points to this disturbing Washington Times report:

A Mississippi Democrat in line to become chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee has warned the nation's largest uniform supplier it faces criminal charges if it follows a White House proposal to recheck workers with mismatched Social Security numbers and fire those who cannot resolve the discrepancy in 60 days.

Rep. Bennie Thompson said in a letter to Cintas Corp. it could be charged with "illegal activities in violation of state and federal law" if any of its 32,000 employees are terminated because they gave incorrect Social Security numbers to be hired.

"I am deeply troubled by Cintas' recent policy change regarding the Social Security Administration's 'no match' letters," Mr. Thompson said in the Nov. 2 letter. "It is my understanding that hundreds of Cintas' immigrant workers have received these letters. I am extremely concerned about any potentially discriminatory actions targeting this community."

The Democrats: Protecting illegal alien workers, identity thieves, and Social Security scammers across the country in the name of preventing "discrimination."

There's a winning homeland security platform for 2008!
Exactly where in this situation (besides the people using a fake/wrong SS#) is the 'illegal' act supposed to occur? Is it now illegal for companies to verify that the people who work for them are in fact the people who they claim to be? This goes beyond illegal immigrants to a whole new realm of idiocy. Using this logic, a child-molestor could use a fake ss# and get a job at a daycare center, then the daycare center couldn't fire them 'legally' because of it. Never would have guessed there'd be a D next to the congressman's name would you ><
Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts

Free Speech and Dead Terrorist

Stories via The News Right Now

Union Leader has an article about Newt Gingrich and free speech. The title is alarmist and the first two or three paragraphs seem to pan to the alarmist title. Yet, if you keep reading, it seems Newt is for freedom of speech and there is no more mention of him saying that the rules should be changed for terrorism.
MANCHESTER – Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich yesterday said the country will be forced to reexamine freedom of speech to meet the threat of terrorism.
Gingrich, speaking at a Manchester awards banquet, said a "different set of rules" may be needed to reduce terrorists' ability to use the Internet and free speech to recruit and get out their message.

"We need to get ahead of the curve before we actually lose a city, which I think could happen in the next decade," said Gingrich, a Republican who helped engineer the GOP's takeover of Congress in 1994.
The report itself seems rather shoddy and uninforming. It starts with a 'bad' message and becomes good in the middle without going in-depth on the parts that you would think (considering the title) that the aurthor wants you to know.

7,000 Qaeda members killed or captured in two years
Nov 28 11:10 AM US/Eastern
US and Iraqi forces have killed or captured at least 7,000 Al-Qaeda fighters in the past two years, with 30 "senior leaders' taken out of action since July.

The news comes hard on the heels of a leaked US Marine report that states US forces cannot defeat the Al-Qaeda-led insurgency in the vast western desert province of Al-Anbar.
"Since October 2004, we have now killed or captured over 7,000 Al-Qaeda terrorists," coalition spokesman Major General William Caldwell told journalists on Tuesday.

"Coalition and Iraqi security forces have made significant progress in dismantling the terrorist network," he said, adding that since July some 30 "senior level" Al-Qaeda have also been killed or captured.

Also, in the past two weeks, a series of raids throughout central and northern Iraq netted 11 leaders of the Al-Qaeda-allied Ansar al-Sunna insurgent group, he said. (link)
It still seems to me that this number should be higher, much higher. But I'd guess it's hard to estimate loss to a side that doesn't wear uniforms. Read the whole article, it talks about the WaPo 'leaked' story and refutes it using Falujah (you remember that spot eh?).
Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts

Women talk alot : Pelosi sees the light?

Women talk three times as much as men, says study
Last updated at 22:00pm on 27th November 2006

DailyMailIt is something one half of the population has long suspected - and the other half always vocally denied. Women really do talk more than men.

In fact, women talk almost three times as much as men, with the average woman chalking up 20,000 words in a day - 13,000 more than the average man.

Women also speak more quickly, devote more brainpower to chit-chat - and actually get a buzz out of hearing their own voices, a new book suggests. (link)
It's always amazing that someone gets paid to do 'research' like this. Everyone already knows that women talk more than men, I guess it's nice to know just how much [heh].
Pelosi-Hastings Meeting Could Signal End of Chairmanship Bid

Monday, November 27, 2006

WASHINGTON — House Speaker-designate Nancy Pelosi will meet Tuesday with Florida Rep. Alcee Hastings, and those with knowledge of Pelosi's thinking told FOX News that Hastings will be told he is not going to be the next chairman of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

Though no formal decisions have been announced and Pelosi aides say the situation remains fluid, they suggest that the meeting at Pelosi's Capitol Hill office was requested by Hastings so he could bow out of the race before Pelosi denies him the job.

"He knows he's not going to get it," said one senior House Democratic aide. "The question is why he didn't bow out long ago." (link)
Good news from the ethnically-challenged Pelosi if this is true. I understand that when you become speaker you get to weild the power, but to place a person you voted to impeach in the position to see all the security secrets of the country (someone who can't get a security clearance) over someone you just don't like is beyond the pale in politics.
Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts

Monday, November 27, 2006

NY Times and In God We Trust

Linking two stories from StoptheACLU today.

The first is good news from the slime-hopefully- getting-what-it-deserves department and conincidently has to do with the NYTimes.
NY Traitors
via AP
A wise ruling in the benefit for National Security. One can only hope that this ruling will make the NY Times and other MSM sources think twice before revealing classified information and tipping off terror-funding front groups. Sadly, it will probably only make them more careful about it. Hopefully we will see some heads roll on this one.
Jay posts the message from the AP, I'll just link to him so you can read it there. Basically the ruling says you can't tip terrorists off if the government tells you classified information about them. (like this will stop the NYT)

Next we have a little government 'cover-up'. Seems when the new coins were being minted, they didn't have room for the big presidential profiles and certain words. Seems the words: "In God We Trust" have been left off some coins.
Hat tip: Iowa Voice
They say it is to make more room for Presidential portriats.
The American mint has removed the official “In God We Trust” motto from the face of it dollar coin and has relegated it to the gold-colored coin’s thin edge. Mint officials said the reason for the change is to leave more room for portraits of former presidents and the Statue of Liberty.
You can view the coins here. Click on the “Edge Lettering” to see what they have done.
He has other quotes and news on this, read it all.

Did my Christmas shopping today. So broke again :) but done for the most part, still have some little things to pick up. Everyone have a Merry Christmas this year.
Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts

Sunday, November 26, 2006

Cease-fire in Gaza

How long will the international community hold Israel from respoding to rocket attacks as the newest cease-fire took hold? Until Israel decides to do something I'd say. There won't be any outcrys or protests in the wider world against the palestinian attacks that directly violate the cease-fire that just started. There won't be any editorials in the NYT or WaPo decrying violence or praising Israels restraint. They will simply remind Israel that there is a cease-fire until Israel decides to fight back. Then the editorials and 'news' reports will come speaking out against Israeli 'aggression'.

This pattern is repeated with every cease-fire or treaty that Israel signs. It is a never-ending cycle that shows that a country should and will defend itself and should have the right even in the international community.

Despite Truce, Palestinian Attacks Go On

Associated Press Writer

JERUSALEM (AP) -- Israeli troops withdrew from the Gaza Strip as an unexpected truce took hold Sunday, but two major Palestinian militant groups, saying they had no intention of stopping their attacks, fired volleys of homemade rockets into Israel.

The rocket attacks by Hamas and Islamic Jihad tempered hopes for a lasting cease-fire, which was meant to end five months of deadly clashes. The rockets landed in open fields and caused no injuries.(link)

Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts

Saturday, November 25, 2006

Tennessee Wins! and Outrage at StoptheACLU

Tennessee beat Kentucky 17-12 in what would look like a defensive struggle. It was a struggle alright, neither defense seemed to be able to stop the other offense, yet somehow points weren't scored (going for it on 4th, turnovers, blocked/missed fg's, etc). It was a good win, but a lousy game for fans. Both schools need to practice the fundamentals alot more before bowl games come along.

Jay over at StoptheACLU has the outrage of a Democratic kiddie porn man who got.... 10 months in a plea bargain with a (guess?) Democratic judge and democratic DA. The guy was facing 81 years or so on all counts. This is outrageous.
This is absolutely outrageous! It shouldn’t take long for O’Reilly to pick up on this news. Unbelievable!!

A Democrat community leader who would “offer a homily during worship services” and facilitated his congregation’s “opening our doors to all people regardless of sexual orientation” has been given a slap on the hand after pleading guilty to extensive child pornography offenses involving children as young as six.

First of all, I don’t care what political party this sicko belongs to. It is only significant in that his political ties may have played a part in how light of a sentence he got. His actions and the lack of justice from the judge involved is what outrages me.
Read the rest of the report at Jays, its truly pathetic ><
Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts and wildcats ;)


11:30am (central) on

Tennessee attempts to win its 22nd in a row against their rivals from the north. Kentucky is 7-4 and going to a bowl this year, Tennessee is 8-3 and still has a chance to get to a New Year's bowl and win 10. After last year's 5-6 record, that's quite a turn around.

Should be a good offensive game. If Tenn.'s defense can step up like last week, this game will be over at half time and I can get some sleep before work. Otherwise, they might put a hundred (both teams) on the board and I'll be tired tonite.

Friday, November 24, 2006

Women(Pakistan), Pelosi, Madonna, Schumer, Berkley(STAT). Dutch, Spies, Quotes, Grey, CREW(Hastings), Realists

From LGF:
Pakistan Senate Passes Women's Rights Bill

Pakistan took a step out of the Dark Ages yesterday, but you can be sure Islamists are already plotting violence in response: Senate passes women’s bill; MMA amendments rejected. (Hat tip: Shr_Nfr.)
One small step for women's rights in Pakistan, but a very needed one. Let's hope they can continue to improve in the face of the seething that will commence.
Via InstaPundit:
November 24, 2006

SANDY LEVINSON: "This is the perfect time for Speaker-designate Pelosi to announce that she will sponsor a bill, ideally with the outgoing Speaker Dennis Hastert, to revert to the older Succession in Office Act that was replaced in 1947 with the present one. This would indeed make Condoleezza Rice the designated successor were the vice presidency vacant. It would represent an act of high statepersonship and, as much as any single act could do, establish that she means it when she describes the arrival not only of new leadership, but a new public-spiritiedness to replace naked partisanship."
Mike Rappaport agrees. Any idea that can draw the support of both is worth thinking about.
Wow, a bi-partisian response to something. I'd guess there's little to no chance that Pelosi would follow this advice. (it would after all potentially help the Repubs).
Madonna (the anti-christian) over at Ace:
Madonna Preaches "Authentic Teachings of Jesus"

In a bleeped line, she seems to say, "Just go to Texas and suck George Bush's ----."{removed. LN}

Similar to Jesus' line, "It is harder for a rich man to enter Heaven than it is for ox to pass through the eye of the needle while it is simultaneously sucking the prick of a dispeptic llama."

This sort of sub-moronic agitprop from low-functioning celebrities trying to cling to the edginess of a youth they can barely remember -- well, who really cares, apart from Madonna's Apostle St. Andrew of the Sacred Butt-Plug?
He has more on the story plus some quotes. Madonna is a very disturbing person, for a number of reasons (her 'religion' being but the biggest).
From Townhall Blogs:
Schumer's Plans
Posted by: Hugh Hewitt at 9:06 PM

Chuck Schumer is really the Dem's Senate Leader --he built their 51-49 majority, after all, not Harry Reid-- so Schumer's agenda deserves some close scrutiny. They key bits:
Follow the link for the items. Pretty 'conservative' agenda from what is listed.
Jay from StoptheACLU writes:
Berkley Nativity Update
by davef on 11-24-06 @ 5:15 pm Filed under ACLU, Church And State, News, Christmas

Cross Posted from Revealing the ACLU: Last month I wrote about a group called STAT (Stop The ACLU Tyranny), who was fighting to preserve the Nativity Scene in the city of Berkley. The city Nativity Scene, like so many others, had come under attack from the ACLU.

Well, Monday Night The Berkley City Council voted on this issue.
He has the whole scoop and I'd agree that this is a definite loss for conservatism. But looks like the fight isn't over just yet!
Video at BlogsofWar:
The description from YouTube:

Footage from Dutch Commandos raiding a suspected IED facilitator in Uruzgan province, Afghanistan. On the way back to base they get ambushed.

Ps. yes there is a American ODA member in the vid, he was attached to the Dutch unit.

It’s a pretty hardcore firefight.
Follow the link to see the video (not going to steal his link [heh]).
Good Richard Opines: least not without deep pockets, a full bench of spies and a death wish.

Former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko has died by poisoning. AP has the story.
With links and quotes to the AP story, it's a good read.
Rangel via Pruden from JS at Observations:
Mr. Rangel's disgust is misplaced. Anger at the disproportionate share of sacrifice overlooks the fact that this is a volunteer army and the soldiers are where they want to be. Mr. Rangel may be right that a lot of mamas don't want their boys to grow up to be soldiers in Baghdad, but it's also true that a lot of mamas don't want their boys to grow up to be congressmen. -- Wesley Pruden
Just a good all around quote to have.
Somber mood from Buffalo:
A Gray Day
I didn’t exactly spring from bed this morning to greet what wonderment and discovery the day might hold for me. It was more a slow, painful, joint-creaking, unwilling return to consciousness. A good thing a mischievous poltergeist didn’t come to visit last night, strewing obstacles throughout the rooms. It wasn’t until after I drenched the mind numbing ravages of sleep with a hot shower that I was able to open my eyes enough to see.
Read it all. While I don't agree with much of what Buffalo says (and he doesn't agree with me either :) he is a good writer and makes you think.
HotAir gives us:
CREW posts transcript of 1988 Hastings impeachment proceedings
Conyers is the incoming chairman of the Judiciary Committee so it’s his statement you’re looking for. It starts on numbered page 12 and runs through page 18. Highlights: all the new evidence that came to light after Hastings’s acquttal at trial at the top of page 14; the not-at-all suspicious escape from Washington towards the bottom of page 15; and his openness to the possibility that the charges against Hastings were trumped up for racial reasons — until he looked at the facts and realized the guy was guilty as sin.
Read the comments (heh).
The Captain sez:
Empty Seats Defy The Realists

In the last few months, many in the US have been urging the Bush administration to open direct talks with Syria and Iran on security issues in Iraq, among other issues. They have stated that we have to engage with Syria in order to stabilize Lebanon as well as Iraq. However, Michael Young of the Beirut Daily Star writes in the London Times that Syria's record of assassinations in his country should signal the US that no partner for stability and democracy exists in the Assad regime:
He goes into great detail on the issues here. Read it all.
Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts

New Web Address

If you followed a link to here, tell the linker to update to the new webpage please.

The location of the new site is

See you at the new address, thanks for stopping by.


No posts today, trying to setup my new website and have to work.

I got a domain thru GoDaddy, but having problems getting the ftp to work so I can post this blog to that site ><

I tried using the QuickBlog account that comes with the domain purchase, but it is highly uncustomizable :(

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving

Today is Thanksgiving, a day to be thankful for what you have and to spend with family if you can.

I'm thankful that I'm able to spend this day with my family (have to work tonite, but meh) and thankful for all the friends that I've had over the years that I can think of today. I'm thankful for the people I've met online and talk to, and the coworkers I enteract everyday.

Mostly I'm thankful for the wife and child in my life. I'm thankful for having a strong-willed, beautiful, intelligent and caring woman to share my life with. I thank God that she was brought into my life and for the days and nights we share together. I'm thankful that my daughter is healthy, smart, respectful and one day to grow up to be a beautiful and talented woman like her mother.

I'm thankful for more things than I can simply write into a blog. And after this post I won't be writing anything else this day. Today will be and is about family, food, football :) (and work later).

Happy Thanksgiving everyone and God Bless You.

Lord Nazh

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Snow(Florida), News(Townhall), Hastings Impeachment(HotAir)

Weather Officials: Snowflakes Spotted In Central Florida
POSTED: 4:19 pm EST November 21, 2006
UPDATED: 8:34 am EST November 22, 2006
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Snowbirds come to the Sunshine State to escape them, but weather officials said a few snowflakes were spotted in Central Florida.

"This is weird. This is not why we moved to Central Florida. We thought we left this behind," said Orlando resident Sandy Pastor.People like Pastor certainly didn't expect to see snow flakes. It wasn't enough to make a snow man, but still, snow is snow.
(via Drudge; Link)
Wednesday, November 22, 2006
The News Right Now
Posted by: Hugh Hewitt at 12:01 AM
One source. One click.

Click thru the link, it's a great little news page of major headlines and world happenings. (I may have to use it instead of Drudge, heh)
From HotAir (BY IAN)
Speaker Gingrich condemned Pelosi for considering impeached former Judge and now Congressman Alcee Hastings on last night’s Hannity & Colmes. Liberal co-host Alan Colmes defended Hastings because he was never convicted in a criminal court.
Click the link and watch the video (not going to leech HotAir's Vids) and read the rest of the post of some 'logic' to use for Republicans :)
Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts

Prayers to crash victim

Via Ace:
Our son was in a helicopter crash today while on a Search and Rescue mission.

Please pray for him and the officer who was with him.
His name is Brian Grayson and the officer’s name is Kevin Orr.

Everyone pray for the 2 victims of the crash please.

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Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Updates on the news I'm reading out there

November 21, 2006 3:14 PM

From Our Sources:

Bush_sisters_nr First Daughter Barbara Bush had her purse and cell phone stolen as she had dinner in a restaurant in Buenos Aires, Argentina, even though she was being guarded by a detail of Secret Service agents, according to law enforcement reports made available to ABC News.

It was not the only mishap on the two-week trip to Argentina by Barbara (right) and her twin sister Jenna (left). (link)


Art imitates life

csiglove.jpg I don't have a TV, but a friend alerts me to an episode of CSI which seems to have been inspired by the Lebanon Fauxtography scandal.

Twin sisters are murdered a few hours apart. Both adopted by different families, they had never met. One was a stay-at-home mom, the other a newspaper editor.



Dreaming in America

I ‘spect Santa is going to be getting a lot of requests for the new Playstation this year. I heard tell there are folks camping out so they can be at the head of the line when new shipments of this $600.00 bit of conspicuous consumption hits the stores. No one wants their kid to be deprived of one of the necessities of life.

From Buffalo read the entire thing.

No One Dies For Realism

Cassandra at Villainous Company has a fantastic essay answering the question, "What would YOU die for?"

I urge you, check it out.

From Good Richard's Almanac.

Sen. Barack Obama Calls for Troop Withdrawal

November 21st, 2006

Another useless politician rushes to surrender to Iran.

      Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, called this afternoon for troop withdrawal from Iraq starting next

From the Blogs of War.

Seminar Offering?
Posted by: Dean Barnett at 8:59 PM

There has been some talk in the comments section concerning whether or not I will be aboard the Hugh Cruise. I don't know, but if I do attend the cruise, I plan on conducting a fascinating seminar: “The Conservative Soul” or Ambien: How To Know Which Is Right For You.

For conservative insomniacs, this could be a life-changing event.

Compliments? Complaints? Contact me at

From the Townhall Blogs.

November 21, 2006

IRAQ: "So far this month, the civilian casualty count is well below the casualty count in October and below the six-month average. The security force casualties reduced 21 percent over the past four weeks, and are at the lowest level in 25 weeks, he said."

Of course at InstaPundit.

BBC Ties Self in Knots to Avoid Noticing Hizballah Crimes

Here’s a priceless quote from the BBC, whose editors did not realize that two adjacent sentences in this article contradict each other: Israel to probe cluster bomb use.

As well as highlighting the issue of cluster bombs, Amnesty found that Hezbollah hid Katyusha rockets among civilians and often fired them into Israel from the cover of civilian villages.

But researchers found no evidence that Hezbollah actually used civilians as human shields during the fighting.

Firing rockets from civilian villages isn’t using civilians as shields?

LittleGreenFootballs (still no registration for me).

There is no Britney sex tape, Federline's lawyer says


By Dan Whitcomb

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - There is no "sex tape"
involving pop star Britney Spears and estranged husband Kevin
Federline, his lawyer said on Tuesday.

After Spears filed for
divorce from the fledgling rapper this month, reports surfaced in the
tabloid press that Federline had in his possession a videotape of the
couple having sex and was considering making it public. (link)


Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts

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Public Expression of Religion Act

by Jay on 11-21-06 @ 4:06 pm Filed under ACLU, Church And State, 1st Amendment, PETITIONS, News

From a Liberty Counsel email:

From Mat Staver
Founder and Chairman
Liberty Counsel

Jay, I just received wonderful news that Sen. Sam Brownback is urging his colleagues to allow a vote on the Public Expression of Religion Act (PERA)–a measure that sailed through the House 244-173.

Passage of PERA would eliminate the awarding of attorney’s fees to groups challenging the constitutionality of displays on public property. Groups like the ACLU have made millions of dollars using the threat of monetary awards to intimidate officials into removing Ten Commandment monuments, Nativity scenes, crosses, or the words “under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance.

++ Emergency Petition Presentation Announced!

Jay, Sen. Brownback and others believe there is still time to pass PERA before Congress adjourns. That is why I am announcing an emergency petition presentation to Sen. Brownback’s office during the first week of December!

I would like to present the Senator with a minimum of 150,000 petitions supporting PERA, but I need your help!

Over the next two weeks I am asking members of our Liberty Counsel team to do two very important things:

++ Action Item #1–Alert Your Friends

To reach our 150,000 goal, I am counting on your help in getting our message to your friends and family. Please forward this message to 25-30 friends urging them to be a part of this presentation by adding their name to our petition:

Click here to sign:

++Action Item #2–Contact your Senators

While Sen. Brownback is appealing to his colleagues to allow a vote on PERA, you can do the same thing by calling your Senators and urging them to support a vote on PERA.

To contact your Senators, call the Capitol Switchboard:

Jay, passage of PERA represents an important step in defeating the ACLU. That is why it is so important that you rally your friends to be part of our upcoming petition presentation, and call your Senators!

Thanks so much for standing with Liberty Counsel!

From Mat Staver
Founder and Chairman
Liberty Counsel

This bill is a very important and much needed peice of legislation. While it has an uphill battle to pass this Congress, if it is left to the upcoming Congress it is sure to die out. Take action now and contact your Senators to support PERA.

Wake up America linked with Stop the ACLU Blogburst

Linked from Jay's StoptheACLU; this is one of the most important bills to come through Congress in a very long time and could finally be the end to the ACLU as we know it.
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He creates fusion in his Oakland Township home

November 19, 2006



Thiago Olson, 17, stands near his nuclear fusion reactor, which he calls "the Fusor," at home in Oakland Township on Friday. After more than two years and 1,000 hours of research, the Stoney Creek High School senior, with a little help from his dad, built the machine. (PATRICIA BECK/Detroit Free Press)

On the surface, Thiago Olson is like any typical teenager.He's on the cross country and track teams at Stoney Creek High School in Rochester Hills. He's a good-looking, clean-cut 17-year-old with a 3.75 grade point average, and he has his eyes fixed on the next big step: college.
But to his friends, Thiago is known as "the mad scientist."(rest)

It says he is the 18th amateur in the world to create fusion and hopes to someday work for the government. I'd say with adding that you created Nuclear Fusion in your parents basement from e-bay items, you'd probably be able to work for whoever you wanted.

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Lee High School, Huntsville, Alabama

NTSB Investigation Underway, Fourth Student Dies
The NTSB has a team in Huntsville to investigate Monday's deadly bus crash.  NewsChannel 19 just learned that a fourth student has died from her injuries.
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Prayers go out to the family of the latest death of this horrible accident.

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Monday, November 20, 2006

Lee High School Bus Flips Off Interstate, 3 Dead

Nov 20, 2006 04:53 PM

From the NewsChannel 19 Team:

A third student has died, from injuries she received in a bus wreck that happened shortly after 10 o'clock this morning.  The bus was carrying Lee High School students to the Huntsville Center for Technology on Drake Avenue.

The bus flipped off I-565 onto the ground near Church Street in downtown Huntsville.  More than 30 students were on the bus.

Huntsville police and Huntsville Hospital staff confirmed to NewsChannel 19's Amber Stuart that a third student has died. 

Police say the students who died were Christine Collier, 17, Nichole Ford, 18, and Tanesha Hill, 17.

The bus was on its daily route to the Huntsville Center for Technology on Drake Avenue, when it flipped off the Interstate.  More than 30 students were on board.  A number of them were critically hurt.

Police have spoken with the driver of an orange Toyota Celica, which collided with the bus.  Police say the driver was also a Lee High School student.


Police have a team investigating how the wreck happened. They are trying to find the driver of a red car, found on one of the interstate ramps.  They believe the driver of the car is a Lee High School student, but have not released the driver's name, and don't know his or her condition.

Traffic is open again on I-565, with the exception of the ramp from I-565 West leading to Memorial Parkway (north and south).

NewsChannel 19's Shane Hays, one of our photojournalists, flew over the crash site around 11am, and reports traffic was backed up in the westbound lanes, into Huntsville, because of the wreck.

Parents at the scene tell NewsChannel 19 crews their children called them from cell phones as soon as the bus hit the ground, and they rushed to the scene. 

Parents are asked to go to the cafeteria at Huntsville Hospital to find out
more about their children, if they believe they were on the bus.  Many parents have also checked out their children early from Lee High School today.  Read more below.

NewsChannel 19 has learned that 13 of the injured students are being treated at Huntsville Hospital.  Of those, two are at the hospital's main emergency room, and 11 were in the pediatric emergency room,
located at Huntsville Hospital for Women and Children.

Huntsville Hospital called in all nursing staff to report to work, to help with the injured students. 

NewsChannel 19's Amber Stuart has been at Huntsville Hospital throughout the day.  She reports that seriously injured students are being treated there, and less-seriously injured students were taken to surrounding hospitals, including Crestwood Medical Center.

Dr. Ann Roy Moore, superintendent of Huntsville City Schools, is at Huntsville Hospital to talk with parents.

Police are blocking off streets near the hospital, to allow ambulances to take injured victims to the emergency room as quickly as possible.

NewsChannel 19's Greg Screws reports from Lee High School that many parents are at
the school, to make sure their children are there, and were not on the bus.  There are several security guards at every entrance of the school.  Many parents are checking their children out of school.  There is also a team of counselors at the school to help students who are grieving.

A district manager from the Alabama Department of Transportation is at the scene.  He will check the
overpass.  He'll then notify the central office with his findings, and will coordinate with the Department of Public Safety.

This school bus did not have seat belts, as many buses do not.


Hat tip to StoptheACLU for this story.

I'm from Decatur (south of Huntsville) and currently live in the NW part of Alabama, so this hits hard.  I've been at work all day and not reading the news since before lunch.

My thoughts and prayers go out to all the family/friends and students themselves.

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Chaos(europe), Guns(germany), Privacy(MVRWC), Hastings& Pelosi

European Cities Do Away with Traffic Signs
By Matthias Schulz
Are streets without traffic signs conceivable? Seven cities and regions in Europe are giving it a try -- with good results.
"We reject every form of legislation," the Russian aristocrat and "father of anarchism" Mikhail Bakunin once thundered. The czar banished him to Siberia. But now it seems his ideas are being rediscovered.
Read the whole article, at first it seems a great way to kill alot of people, but the article states that accident rates are dropping. Not to sure how viable this would be in the U.S. with the mentality of most drivers, but it does seem to be working in places in Europe.
I see that MVRWC posted on this also.
Gunman dies after storming school
Last Updated: Monday, 20 November 2006, 12:03 GMT
A gunman has been found dead after storming a school in Germany, injuring a teacher and several pupils.
According to reports, explosive material was found on the body of the man, who had entered the school in Emsdetten at 0830GMT.
Police have however not yet said how the man, who is reported to have been a former pupil of the school, died.
Seems no one was killed but the gunman (8 injured however) so a definite good ending to the situation(imo).
From My Vast Right Wing Conspiracy
URGENT: PRIVACY for bloggers/website owners
If you are a blogger or have any website you NEED TO READ THIS.

I was just doing a Google search looking for sploggers scraping my content, and found this: Domain Directory.

I suppose this is a nice idea in theory (I’m not sure why I’d use it, but apparently someone will), BUT! I just happened to look at someone else’s domain listing there, and they had full personal information there. Real name, everything. This despite the fact that the blogger in question pays for a privacy service on the domain.
Click-thru to Beth's site and read the whole entry. I checked mine out (good) and you should too.

November 19, 2006 7:57 PM
In ‘88, Pelosi Voted to Impeach Hastings — Will She Support Him Now?
Pelosi, Hoyer, Conyers, Rangel, Frank, Waxman — they all voted to impeach.
On August 3, 1988, the House of Representatives voted on a resolution, co-sponsored by Michigan Democratic Rep. John Conyers, to impeach Alcee Hastings, the federal judge in Florida accused of conspiring to take a bribe. On that day 18 years ago, some of the Democrats who are today preparing to take power in the House were relatively new to the job; others were, even then, veterans who had served in Congress for years. For both, the vote was a rarity; Hastings was just the 10th judge in U.S. history to face impeachment.
One of the newcomers to the House was the future Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who had been in office a little more than a year. She voted to impeach Hastings.
The list of democrats (current and former) that voted to impeach is astounding, most of these same people are now backing Hastings for the chairmanship of the Intel. committee ><
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Sunday, November 19, 2006

Democrats, terrorists(Iran), idiots(kerry) and Martyrdom

Senior Democrat renews call for military draft
Sun Nov 19, 2006 12:41pm ET
U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel, the incoming chairman of the House of Representatives' tax-writing committee, said he would introduce legislation to reinstate the draft as soon as the new, Democratic-controlled Congress convenes in January.

Asked on CBS' "Face the Nation" if he was still serious about the proposal for a universal draft he raised a couple of years ago, he said, "You bet your life. Underscore serious."
Remember how the Democrats keep saying that the Republicans will re-instate the draft if you elect them... Just another thing to think about when you get ready to vote in the next election.
Iranian MPs back fingerprinting Americans on entry
Sun Nov 19, 2006 9:00am ET
TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran's conservative-dominated parliament, in a tit-for-tat measure, passed a bill on Sunday obliging the government to fingerprint U.S. citizens entering the Islamic Republic, state radio reported.

The proposal, backed by 135 votes to 26, also requires a complete security check on every American who enters Iran. The bill now goes to the hardline Guardian Council, a constitutional watchdog body, before becoming law.
Does this bother anyone else? I think they have the right to fingerprint anyone they want to, it is after-all their country. I don't see this hurting the 'bountiful' Iranian American tourist industry at all.
Kerry: Botched Joke Won't Affect 2008
Nov 19 10:41 AM US/Eastern By HOPE YEN Associated Press Writer
Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry insisted on Sunday his "botched joke" about President Bush's Iraq policy would not undermine a possible White House campaign in 2008.

"Not in the least," Kerry, the Democratic presidential nominee in said when asked if the furor over his comment had caused him to reconsider a 2008 race. "The parlor game of who's up, who's down, today or tomorrow, if I listened to that stuff, I would never have won the nomination."
Please let Kerry run again, the humor would help lighten the democratic primary long enough for him to go down quick and hard.

November 18, 2006
All too often we are told that suicide bombers are martyrs. The word martyr is used to engender greater emotional impact than the deed warrants.

Glen Beck's recent episode of Exposed gives a perfect example. We see Islamo-fascists of all ages proselytizing based on the glory of martyrdom.
You cannot martyr yourself.


* Exposed: The Extremist Agenda at MY Vast Right Wing Conspiracy

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Saturday, November 18, 2006

Roundup of News

Saturday open thread

posted at 2:12 pm on November 18, 2006 by Ian

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Oh my God! Tom and Katie are getting married in Italy today! Who cares?

Meanwhile, people are being robbed, shot, pushed around, and jumped just for a Playstation 3. Browsing eBay, I found a Playstation 3 sold for $44,100.

Bond is back.

Mark Foley: “It’s just been a real hard time.”

Keith Olbermann makes an intentional mistake, wouldn’t be the first time.

Roanoke TV station fires meteorologist over MySpace photo

From Staff, Wire Reports
Nov 18, 2006

ROANOKE -- A WSLS-TV meteorologist was fired because his nude photo was posted on the Internet.

The NBC affiliate dismissed Jamey Singleton on Thursday after the photo appeared on

The station's interim general manager, Shane Moreland, said in a
statement that Singleton broke the morals clause of his contract, which
stipulates that he must not be involved in anything deemed "offensive
or out of line with community standards."
Read it all.

Ethiopians Protest Conviction of Mutilator

Under the heading of, “What the hell is wrong with these people?” (Hat tip: Killgore.)

This picture, released by protest
organizers, show hundreds of Ethiopians taking to the streets of the
capital to protest the landmark conviction by a US court of an
Ethiopian man for sexually mutilating his two-year-old daughter with
scissors. (AFP/HO)


November 18, 2006

FANS OF ALCEE HASTINGS are spreading rumors about Jane Harman that don't seem to be true. Tom Maguire is on the case,
remarking: "let me offer a steaming mug of reality to the reality based
community, from the NY Times, with helpful emphasis added."

I'll just note that, true or not, the Democrats don't seem to have
waited long before descending into circular-firing-squad mode.


Terrific News

Newfangled European passports meant to deter terrorism and crime may be easily clonable by savvy criminals. Yaay!

But is this really credible? Would criminals or terrorists really go to such lengths? Ross Anderson, professor of
security engineering at the University of Cambridge computer
laboratory, believes they would. "The point is that once you have
extracted the data from the chip you can have a forged passport that
contains not just forged physical stuff," he says. "You also have the
digital bit-stream so the digital signature of the passport checks out.
That makes it possible to travel through borders with it.

"What concerns me is that this demonstrates bad design on the part of the Home Office, and we know that government IT projects have a habit of going terribly wrong. There is a lack of security in what we can see - so what about the 90% of the iceberg in the system that we can't see?

Emphasis mine.
These investigators should be praised for their curiosity, and for
identifying these weaknesses. Hopefully in advance of the bad guys (but
I wouldn't count on it).

Kind of difficult to keep an eye on suspected terrorists (or their helpers) if they can slip the system altogether.

Hey, Home Office: IT isn't supposed to stand for Identity Theft, m'kay?

Thanks to tipster Man Of Substance, whose wife devours the souls of baby animals. Not to survive on.


Al Jazeera Jitters

Posted by:
Hugh Hewitt at
2:40 PM
Al Jazeera notes the big Navy presence in the Gulf.:

[O]n October 31, two nuclear-powered carriers, the USS Eisenhower
and USS Enterprise, arrived in Bahrain, accompanied by their carrier
strike groups. And on November 9th, the USS Iwo Jima, and the USS Boxer
also arrived.

Is President Bush up to something? Asked

On October 11, American officials announced that the U.S., Bahrain
and other states will hold their first naval exercise in the Gulf to
practice interdicting ships carrying weapons of mass destruction and

The exercises, organized under the U.S.-led 66-member Proliferation
Security Initiative and the first to be based in the Gulf near Bahrain,
across from Iran, came as Washington and the European Union member
states are pushing for imposing sanctions including possible
interdiction of ships on North Korea, following its announcement of
carrying out nuclear test, and on Iran, which the U.S., backed by
Israel and the EU, claims is preparing to produce nuclear weapons.

Iran considers Washington- sponsored war games in the Persian Gulf,
off the Iranian coastline as a provocation aimed at creating a
situation of direct confrontation between the U.S. and Iranian naval
forces in the Persian Gulf, although a senior U.S. official insisted
that the exercise is not aimed specifically at Iran.

About the exercises, which experts say reinforces a U.S. strategy
aimed at strengthening America’s ties with the Gulf states, which
Tehran and Washington are engaged in a fierce competition to win
influence over, the official, speaking on condition of anonymity

"It’s an effort to bring a lot of Gulf states together to
demonstrate resolve and readiness to act against proliferation."

I don't know if a four carrier deployment is significant,
but perhaps some old salt (or not-so-old salt) can compare this
deployment with past exercises in the region.


by Oak Leaf on 11-18-06 @ 2:54 pm Filed under News

The Washington Post writes “Republicans Lost Ground With Latinos In Midterms” and that is a TRUE statement.

The problem is that Republicans lost ground with all voters. The New York Times has a fascinating web/chart site that lets you compare vote percentages for 20 plus years.

I would say that it is not fair to compare a 2006 mid term with 2004
Presidential results. If you compare 2006 with 2002, you will find that
Hispanic GOP support declined by 8%.

Here is the
dirty little secret. The GOP also saw support by Whites drop 8%. Hmm,
do you think we will see articles that the GOP should pander to the
biggest voting bloc and regain the “White Voting Bloc?”


North Korea’s Message for Syria

November 17th, 2006

It’s pretty much your standard DPRK propaganda but still interesting:

Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium of the DPRK
Supreme People’s Assembly, sent a message of greetings to Bashar
Al-Assad, president of Syria, Wednesday on the occasion of the 36th
anniversary of the corrective movement in Syria. The message said that
the Korean people are pleased with the fact that the friendly Syrian
government and people have successfully carried forward the cause of
Hafez Al-Assad, the leader of advance. It sincerely wished the
president and people of Syria greater success in their efforts to smash
the outside pressure and challenge and protect the sovereignty and
security of the country and regional peace and achieve fresh progress
and prosperity.

More Blogs of War:

North Korea Stands with Syria
Statement By The President On North Korea
Syria to Fully Back Hezbollah
North Korean Missile Test - All Options on the Table
Iran Declares Support for Syria - Will Respond with Force if Attacked


November 18, 2006

The Fallacy Of 'The Center'

Peggy Noonan has an article at Opinion Journal in which she asks Who'll Claim the Center?

While Peggy did not make any claims about the structure of politics,
I'd like to adresss a common fallacy which underlies her article. In my
opinion, the concept of a political "center" which lies along a
gradient from Left to Right is intellectually vacant, and moreover,

The idea that the current state of politics, or the valuation of a
politician's status can be depicted along a line from Left to Right is
stupid. It's as if we've taken a diverse landscape, a multidimensional
space of ideas, and run it through a hydraulic press that smashes it
into a flat piece of scrap metal which we can understand.

I'd like to propose a new way of thinking about political landscape.

Politics is a multidimensional conflict. At the center of this conflict are the people who are most...

Read the rest at Good Richard's.

Saturday, November 18, 2006

Losing the Election Disfunction Syndrome

the election of 2006 is over, the results are known, and whether we are
satisfied or not with the results, as my friend Buffalo says, “it
is what it is.”

Trying to look objectively at the political landscape is much easier after the election than before it, because we don’t have to wade through the accusations, allegations, false charges, bloviating and all the rest of what makes up an American political campaign. Now that the people have spoken all the crap that went on before is for the most part irrelevant.

Read the rest at Observations.

Saturday, November 18, 2006

Borrowed From Lili

You scored as Friedrich Nietzsche.
Well you're an egotistical maniac, and you are so very iconoclastic
that you probably are currently lost in a post-modern Jupiter, I mean
jungle of self-definition.
Don't let it get you down though,
someday, through a willful onslaught of reinterpretation of dated forms
and ideas, you will strike on something that passes as remotely new,
and people WILL be into it on the basis of how hip it is alone. Also,
the average espresso drinker looks up to you.

Friedrich Nietzsche


Miyamoto Musashi


C.G. Jung


Dante Alighieri


Adolf Hitler


Hugh Hefner


Mother Teresa


O.J. Simpson


Jesus Christ


Elvis Presley


Charles Manson


Sigmund Freud


Stephen Hawking


Steven Morrissey


What Pseudo Historical Figure Best Suits You?
created with


November 18, 2006

Reuters reports that the closing storm season in the Atlantic missed expectations
of increasingly violent weather -- by a wide margin. Read the story
carefully to find out what Reuters failed to include in its story:

Before this year's Atlantic hurricane season started, Gray
and his protege, Philip Klotzbach, predicted that it would be well
above average. Instead, it has been slightly below average as the Nov.
30 end of the season draws near -- and a mere whimper compared with the
destruction caused by monster hurricanes such as Katrina, Rita and
Wilma in 2005. ...

The Colorado State team was not alone in predicting that 2006 would
be more active than an average year, in which the Atlantic can be
expected to spawn 10 tropical storms, of which six will strengthen into

Finish the story at Captain's Quarters Blog.


Nintendo Wii joins bid for video game console crown Sat Nov 18, 2006

final salvo in the new video game console war comes first thing on
Sunday, as Nintendo's unconventional underdog, the Wii, takes on
Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's PlayStation 3.  Full Article


NewsTrack - Top News

Israeli envoy walks out of U.N. session

NATIONS, Nov. 18 (UPI) -- Israel's ambassador walked out on the United
Nations session that resulted in a strong call to Israel to end its
military operations in the Gaza Strip.

The 192-member General Assembly voted Friday night 156-7, with six
abstentions, in favor of the non-binding resolution in an emergency
special session.

Read the whole story.  Another bad day for Israel at the UN (heh)
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