That must be one hell of a recital

Saturday on the way to the studio I passed by the Dance Arts Studio on Airport Road and noticed that there were people already waiting in line for tickets to their June Recital. I talked to the folks in line: It's one think for people to wait in line for6-8 hours for a Dr. Who … Continue reading That must be one hell of a recital

Sarah Palin in Denver, compare and contrast

Israpundit had an interesting report on Sarah Palin in Denver concerning the use of force by the US: I believe our criteria before we send our young men and women, America’s finest, into harm’s way, I believe that our criteria should be spelled out clearly when it comes to the use of our military force. … Continue reading Sarah Palin in Denver, compare and contrast

Crazy Uncles and the Propagandists at Think Progress

On WCRN this morning the talk was the why's of the conspiracy theories and their success. A look at memeorandum shows that they are alive and well. You have the Alex Jones types on one side and the Cindy Sheehans on the other playing either the "Bin Laden was already dead" or the "You're a … Continue reading Crazy Uncles and the Propagandists at Think Progress

The most significant part of the Bin Laden raid

There are many significant reactions to the Bin Laden raid. There is the reaction of Hamas and some in Pakistan (the Taliban deny it btw update, not anymore) all of it is interesting, but I'd like to detail what I think the proper reaction to this should be both by our foes and among the … Continue reading The most significant part of the Bin Laden raid

Vigil at Carter Park 5/2/11

Yesterday morning Twin City Tea Party President Justin Brooks sent out an e-mail announcing a candlelight vigil in honor of the troops who had died in the wars since September 11th. When I got there I took a few pictures: There was over 70 people in attendance which was very impressive for an event with … Continue reading Vigil at Carter Park 5/2/11