Sunday, February 25, 2007

Coca-Cola, Wunderbarr

Interesting take on American-based Monoculture from Rammstein.

And if you want a real show, follow the link back to Youtube and read the comments.

Saturday, February 24, 2007

Looks Like D'Souza's got ONE fan...

It's everybody's bestest buddy, CNN ranter-in-residence Glenn "Blowhard" Beck:

BECK: You know, there`s a new poll out that Muslims, the higher educated Muslims in the Middle East are more likely to be extremists? More and more Muslims now hate us all across the world, and it really has not a lot to do with anything other than our morals.

The things that they were saying about us were true. Our morals are just out the window. We`re a society on the verge of moral collapse. And our promiscuity is of the charts.

Now I don`t think that we should fly airplanes into buildings or behead people because of it, but that`s the prevailing feeling of Muslims in the Middle East. And you know what? They`re right.

From this Transcript (courtesy of Steve from C&L)

That's This Poll by the way. And what i really want to know is, when does someone become "radicalized" in their eyes? Simply because they have an unfavorable view of America, as so many do, or because they think 9/11 was justified or legitimate? That's what I'd like to know.

Friday, February 23, 2007

Old fiends in new places

Would you be swiftboated by a guy with glasses?

I can't tell you how surreal it is to see my old friend Richard Poe's got a job with The

Given the kind of tripe he allowed to prosper over at Moonbat Central, and how my participation in it ended, I'm curious to see what he will do as "editorial director."

I'm already there, inside, incognito. I'll let you all know when I find out anything good.

Thursday, February 22, 2007

Are you sure he's not already there...?

Big shock - Lieberman Says War Vote Could Prompt Party Switch

Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman of Connecticut told the Politico on Thursday that he has no immediate plans to switch parties but suggested that Democratic opposition to funding the war in Iraq might change his mind.


"I have no desire to change parties," Lieberman said in a telephone interview. "If that ever happens, it is because I feel the majority of Democrats have gone in a direction that I don't feel comfortable with."

(courtesy of The Politico, h/t to C&L)

Why, why, why did Lamont have to run a losing campaign?

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Disingenuous Dinesh

Dinesh D'Souza seems amazed by the Left's "hysterical" response to "The Enemy At Home." But why isn't he more concerned about the equally-harsh reaction from the Right?

You can get the article here, courtesy of

Monday, February 19, 2007

How to Answer Homophobia

Set Phasers to Fabulous, Mr. Sulu!

Sunday, February 18, 2007

The Headmaster Ritual, 2007

I have been silent for some time. It's not because I have had nothing to say. It's because I've been wondering if I have the right to say it.

I now know that I do.

That's all for now.