Friday, August 02, 2002

A woman suicide bomber turned herself in. Note two facts:
1. She was going to carry a baby during the attack to disguise herself, which makes her even more repelling.
2. She didn't do it because of concern her "house" might be demolished. What does that tell us? Demolition works.
A solution to the suicide bombings has been proposed by a blogger. I would usually offer some critiques, execept for the fact that I don't have a better idea.
The Blogging world discovered something very interesting about Cynthia McKinney's donors. In case you don't remember, she is the wacko who accused Bush of letting 9/11 happen so that his "friends" would profit. It seems that on 9/11, Ms. McKinney had received a huge amount of campaign money from Arab organisations. Interesting, no?

Thursday, August 01, 2002

Jesse Jackson decided not to meet with Hamas after all. Jesse is still a very disgusting person.

Wednesday, July 31, 2002

Another suicide bombing in Israel.
Yet more incentive for us to go and kick Saddam's ass quickly.
Matt Welch is writing again for his blog. I'm not quite sure what he is politically (he covered the Nader campaign for Alternet, but seems to like Bush. Go figure), but I do know that he is quite good at what he does.
I don't know how I missed this, but David Horowitz has a blog. For those who don't know, Mr. Horowitz is a very smart man who used to be part of the radical left, but has since become conservative.
Hamas is developing chemical weapons.
The Pentagon has determined that the Hamas terrorist organization has been conducting research in the use of chemical weapons for suicide bombers.

U.S. officials said the Islamic militant group has experimented with explosives and chemicals that could spread lethal agents over a wide area.

"Some of the groups, like Hamas, are exploring ways to utilize WMD," Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Marshall Billingslea said. "Hamas is working with poisons and chemicals and an effort to coat suicide bomber fragments."

In testimony to the Senate International Security subcommittee on Monday, Billingslea said Hamas's efforts represent a growing focus by Islamic insurgency groups to develop biological and chemical weapons. The Pentagon official said Hamas and other group could be obtaining help from such countries as Iran, Iraq and Syria, who are themselves pursuing WMD programs.

Tuesday, July 30, 2002

David Horowitz has an excellent article on the "Destructive Romance of the Intellectuals". I think he was a bit too harsh on Christopher Hitchens, as Mr. Hitchens is making amends for his mistakes (a bit too slowly, I grant you).
The military leader of Hamas that was killed last week was planning six suicide bombings that would happen all at once.
Andrew is a cool guy who runs a cool blog who linked to me. Let me return the favor. You're going in the permament links section ASAP Andrew.
Damn the New York Times.
Thanks to Little Green Footballs for the original link.
You suck, Jesse Jackson!
A Saudi Prince has been found dead. They say he died of "thirst", but Saudi royalty just do not die of thirst. I smell court intrigue.
James Lileks, otherwise known as "proof of a loving God", has returned.
My computer is having a crisis of faith. Posting may not be as frequent as usual. Please stay calm.

Monday, July 29, 2002

Smarter people than me make a great argument against the creation of a Palestinian state right here. Go and read it.
An article about Arab-americans in the West Bank raises one question in my mind: How the hell did mansions get built in the West Bank if the Israeli army has been destroying everything in sight? Anybody care to enlighten me?
Note: I found the article at Instapundit.
The IRS reveals the "smoking gun" concerning it's dirty habits.

Sunday, July 28, 2002

Noam Chomsky, anti-american intellectual galore, is very sound financially, but has questionable debating skills. A remarkable chap named Elliot skewers him here.
This incident is probably going to be blown up by Palestinian organisations. Let me just point out some things about the story.
1. This is the first time in at least 7 years that anything violent by Jewish settlers against Palestinians has been recorded. In other words, this is not a usual event.
2. The Palestinians initiated the violence by throwing stones at the funeral.
Remember those two facts while watching the news.
My respect for Joe has fallen yet again. One of the worst problems with our agencies is the fact that most of the people in them can't be held accountable for their incompetence, because of hyperactive unions that prevent the firing of even the worst individuals. I'm all for worker's having rights, but national security comes comes before unions. Joe is shamelessly whoring for the union's support in case he decides to run for the presidency. How disgusting.
A fantastic article on bureaucracy and how it's being taught through the educational system. The original link came from Protein Wisdom.