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:: Thursday, July 29, 2004 ::
Bob Just says,"pick your party, pick your man, and pick your country. It's your future."
Fearsome truth from the pen of Osama Bin Laden's former sister-in-law: "Osama bin Laden and those like him didn't spring, fully formed, from the desert sand. They were made. They were fashioned by the workings of an opaque and intolerant medieval society that is closed to the outside world. It is a society where half the population have had their basic rights as people amputated, and obedience to the strictest rules of Islam must be absolute. Despite all the power of their oil-revenue, the Saudis are structured by a hateful, backward-looking view of religion and an education that is a school for intolerance . . . .When Osama dies, I fear there will be a thousand men to take his place."
A little more from Mr. Multilateral: "For all the abuse that the Bush administration receives for its conduct of the war on terrorism, the Proliferation Security Initiative and Caspian Guard stand as examples of the other side of the war as conducted by a serious administration that knows we are all in for a long twilight struggle. ":: Tuesday, July 27, 2004 ::
You MUST look at this picture of Mimas from the Cassini probe.:: Monday, July 26, 2004 ::
A great story about a good man in a tough job.
::: Wednesday, July 21, 2004 ::
Say WHAT? Nuclear arms reportedly found in Iraq - (United Press International): "Baghdad, Iraq, Jul. 21 (UPI) -- Iraqi security reportedly discovered three missiles carrying nuclear heads concealed in a concrete trench northwest of Baghdad, official sources said Wednesday."
:: Monday, July 12, 2004 ::
Orson Scott Card sees High Bias in the media.What makes the liberal bias in the mainstream media so pernicious is that they deny that they're biased and insist that their twisted version of events is "reality," and anyone who disagrees with them is either mentally or morally suspect. In other words, they're fanatics. And, like all good fanatics, they're utterly convinced that they're in sole possession of virtue and truth.