Tuesday, May 31, 2005

President's Press Conference May 31, 2005

Just the Facts:
President's Press Conference

Amnesty International thinks we're stupid

By labeling the U.S. anti-terrorism prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, the "gulag of our times," the people of Amnesty International must think we're stupid or ignorant.

Stupid or ignorant enough to fall for the assertion that whatever is happening at Guantanamo is the legal and moral equivalent of what happened in the hundreds of slave labor and concentration camps scattered throughout the former communist Soviet Union. Equivalent to a system that brutalized tens of millions, of which untold millions died of starvation, exposure, exhaustion, torture, illness or execution.
Read the whole thing here:
Amnesty International's irresponsible charges

Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Conservatives Angered by Filibuster Deal

I know Frist hasn't stop fighting for what's right. Conservatives Angered by Filibuster Deal

So make no mistake, the Constitutional Option remains on the table. If the minority again acts in bad faith--if they resume their campaign of mindless judicial obstruction--I will NOT hesitate to call it to a vote.

Not for a second. - Bill Frist

If you want to contact the "moderate 7" and tell them what you think:
Warner, McCain, Snowe, Collins, DeWine, Graham, Chafee

Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Chicago Tribune prints democrats objections

Chicago Tribune prints democrat's talking points on "controversial nominations" up for vote. Chicago Tribune: Filibuster deal surprises leadership:

Three to face vote

Under terms of an agreement announced Monday, the Senate will vote on three appellate court nominees that had been filibustered.

Janice Rogers Brown

In speeches, California Supreme Court justice has criticized government for overreaching.

William Pryor

Alabama's former attorney general has opposed Roe vs. Wade and gay rights.

Priscilla Owen

Texas Supreme Court justice has ruled for abortion restrictions in some cases.

Thursday, May 19, 2005

I wish it was only "fake"newsweek

This is a wonderful incite from Michelle Malkin, It's not just Newsweek!

It's the constant editorial drumbeat of "quagmire, quagmire, quagmire."

It's the persistent use of euphemisms -- "insurgents," "hostage-takers," "activists," "militants," "fighters" -- to describe the terrorist head-choppers and suicide bombers trying to kill American soldiers and civilians alike. It's the knee-jerk caricature of American generals as intolerant anachronisms. It's the portrayal of honest mistakes in battle as premeditated murders

It's the hyping of stories like the military's purported failure to stop looting of explosives al Qaa Qaa right before the 2004 presidential election stories that have since dropped off the face of the earth

and in addition, it's still going on. Here's a transcript of yesterday's press briefing with Scott McClellan, featuring his leftist questions from a Bush-bashing ABC reporter. Press Briefing 5/18/05 I would suggest the video, its very telling.

Luckily we have the Internet to refute the lies.

Monday, May 16, 2005

Let them drink wine

I didn't know this ban was in place, but I'm happy it gone Supreme Court Strikes Down Bans on Wine Shipments

Sunday, May 15, 2005

Meet the Working-class Republicans

Here is a look at the everchanging face of the "Big tent" party.Meet the Poor Republicans - New York Times

Monday, May 09, 2005

Scaremongers shun scientific findings of no global warming

Two Minnesotans are off to find global warming on a mission to the
North Pole. whether they find anything or not, I"m sure we'll have to hear about it all summer. As the days heat up, like they do every year remember that these two are not Scientists, they arescaremongers. Willing to do or say anything for their Greenpeace sponsors!

"Scientists, of course, do not operate this way. They don't start their work with a political ax to grind, with the aim of 'drawing attention' to something. They don't make a few observations and then jump to conclusions about causation. And they don't ignore the work of scientists who have gone before them.
Scientists, these Minnesota two are not. And yet we'll no doubt hear more about their 'research' than we have about the work that really matters -- the science."

Sunday, May 08, 2005

My Conservatism

How Conservative am I, well here it is. Not that far off for a small quiz of stereotypical questions.

How Liberal / Conservative Are You?

My Political Profile

Overall: 75% Conservative, 25% Liberal

Social Issues: 75% Conservative, 25% Liberal

Personal Responsibility: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal

Fiscal Issues: 100% Conservative, 0% Liberal

Ethics: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal

Defense and Crime: 100% Conservative, 0% Liberal

Even "Car Talk" is anti-Bush

"'George Bush is a [unprintable vulgarity],' Tom Magliozzi of "car talk" on NPR says, about three minutes into the interview."

Oh, Brother: 'Car Talk' Guy Puts Mouth in Gear:

Tuesday, May 03, 2005

South Park Conservatives

If media bias is your thing, check this out. Books: South Park Conservatives : The Revolt Against Liberal Media Bias But my all time favorite is Amazon.com: Books: Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News