Well “Everybody blog about Brett Kimberlin day” is over…

...and the results are summarized best by this update at the Other McCain UPDATE: As of 2 p.m. today, the top eight threads on the Memorandum blog aggregation site were: Patterico: Convicted Bomber Brett Kimberlin, Neal Rauhauser, Ron Brynaert, and Their Campaign of Political Terrorism Tiffany Gabbay, TheBlaze.com: MEET SOROS-FUNDED DOMESTIC TERRORIST BRETT KIMBERLIN WHOSE … Continue reading Well “Everybody blog about Brett Kimberlin day” is over…

Today is “Everybody blog about Brett Kimberlin day”

Abdul: What is your name? Father O’Malley: William O’Malley. Abdul: I did not call you. Father O’Malley: You called for all the Jews. I’m Jewish, just like Jesus Christ. You take one, you gotta take us all. Delta Force 1986 If you are at all aware of the existence of the Right Side of the … Continue reading Today is “Everybody blog about Brett Kimberlin day”

DaTechGuy on DaMorning Drive WCRN May 28th 5-9 AM EST: Bumped to Top

Hank Stolz and Sherman Whitman of the WCRN Morning Show will be taking a well deserved day off on Memorial day so you will get DaTechGuy on DaRadio in DaMorning May 28th starting at 5 AM. At 7 AM Brian Herr will be joining me and we will take the show to 9 a.m. WCRN … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaMorning Drive WCRN May 28th 5-9 AM EST: Bumped to Top

There are some issues concerning Iranian talks

The Christian Science Monitor reports: Hope for swift progress on a nuclear deal with Tehran faded dramatically today, as world powers presented Iran with a list of stringent demands to curb its uranium enrichment but offered little sanctions relief in return. I don't think we should worry if the talks are going slow, after all … Continue reading There are some issues concerning Iranian talks

“immediately recognized it as newsworthy” Why Stacy McCain matters

Looking at Robert Stacy McCain's latest on the Brett Kimberlin he, good blogger/journalist that he is, leads with the most newsworthy question: Today there is a massive Memeorandum aggregation about convicted terrorist Brett Kimberlin, including one on an article by my filmmaker buddy Ladd Ehlinger Jr.: What Did Barbara Streisand Know … And When Did … Continue reading “immediately recognized it as newsworthy” Why Stacy McCain matters

Demoralized as Hell: Oh THOSE poll internals

Looking at the latest NBC/WSJ poll and there are some interesting small trends within that are worth examining. Let's start with Presidential approval: Ok there is only a 1 pt shift, nothing seemingly to write home about. How about commitment to the respective candidates: Over the last month Romney voters are three to seven points … Continue reading Demoralized as Hell: Oh THOSE poll internals

Robert Stacy McCain and the Silence of the Media

Looking at the commentary concerning Stacy McCain's not so excellent adventure as his family continues to live on the run in fear of Convicted bomber, supported by liberal foundations, the most interesting thing about this story has been the great divide as mentioned by the title of this post at Goldfish and Clowns: Silence Screams … Continue reading Robert Stacy McCain and the Silence of the Media

DaTechGuy on DaRadio with Sean Bielat & Robert Spencer now available

If you missed Robert Spencer and Sean Bielat on DaTechGuy on DaRadio, wait no longer, listen to it here now. The Spencer interview literally had people stopping me telling me how incredible he was. I'm going to have to get him back again soon. You can get his book his book Did Muhammad Exist?: An … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio with Sean Bielat & Robert Spencer now available

…comming to his senses. The message from the president of Notre Dame

One of the hardest things in life is to realize not so much that you've been wrong, that we've been had, so how difficult must this letter been from the President of Notre Dame to send out: Despite some positive indications, the Administration announced on January 20, 2012, that its interim rule would be adopted … Continue reading …comming to his senses. The message from the president of Notre Dame

The risk of Free Speech revisited:

Two days ago I wrote about the risks of Free Speech and it's costs. I mentioned Robert Stacy McCain's multi-part series on the subject, asking how a person convicted of Bombings can draw hundreds of thousands of dollars of support from wealthy liberal organizations to go after conservatives, (strangely for Stacy he doesn't ask why … Continue reading The risk of Free Speech revisited:

Romano’s Steaks vs Glued meat

I was at Romano's Market Saturday and Josh was telling me that yet another expose has been driving business to the butcher shop: An exposé by station WCVB in Boston reveals that the steaks we buy in supermarkets and restaurants aren’t necessarily all they’re cracked up to be. Which is not to say they aren’t … Continue reading Romano’s Steaks vs Glued meat

Richard Dawkins the Bible and a classical education

Here is a headline that might have caught you by surprise: Why I want all our children to read the King James Bible Yes you read that right, Dawkins is supporting an effort by England's Education secretary to send free King James Bibles to every school for its 400th anniversary, but don't get your hopes … Continue reading Richard Dawkins the Bible and a classical education

If you want to understand the risk involved in using your 1st Amendment rights…

...read the story of how what Brett Kimberlin terrorist (that is not hyperbole) did to Aaron Walker (Aaron Worthing) explained here. I also learned by the end of the day that both my wife and I were being suspended from our jobs. It turned out that the President of the company and some of her … Continue reading If you want to understand the risk involved in using your 1st Amendment rights…

Book Review: The Years of Lyndon Johnson The Passage of Power

I received Robert Caro's volume The Years of Lyndon Johnson: The Passage of Power as a gift late Friday night and finished reading it at noon on Sunday. the following is the review I have submitted to Amazon.com. It has not yet appeared on their site: I reproduce it in its entirety here and will … Continue reading Book Review: The Years of Lyndon Johnson The Passage of Power

Twitter Updates for 2012-05-20

.@realjonlovitz .@RedBrightandTru When one can't raise oneself by talent or work the alternative is to tear down others...(or marry money) # What about his family? | RT @gadyepstein: Rain and thunder. Beijing's goodbye to Chen Guangcheng. # Spent most of yesterday offline with dafamily as I slowly get older # .@DonIrvine interesting question will .@lizardoid … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2012-05-20