Replica Viking ship sets sail to Ireland.
Two Buck Chuck wins wine competition.
A terror spectacular planned for this summer? (h/t, Jules)
With gas prices up, railroads are getting more competitive. I like that.
The "poor and disenfranchised" Brit terrorists. Yup. Two of them were MDs. Driscoll. Count on the NYT to ignore facts to make the story fit "the narrative du jour."
Michael Yon's latest: A grim visit to the Baquba suburbs.
Zimbabwe Archbishop requests an invasion
Chavez and Ahmadinejad: Perfect together. Gateway
Soldiers dancing with kids in Iraq.
Jupiter keeps changing its stripes. Space Daily
If you could put Newt's brain into another personality and another body, he'd be a great candidate.
The brain is not a computer: it's a sensory organ. Science Daily
Tennessee clean-up: Messy front yard lands lady in jail. You ain't seen a messy front yard til you've seen a messy Tennessee front yard.
Miss Hoosegow 2007. Vote early and often.
Is the domestic cat domesticated? Rick Moran
LaShawn on black pride, school integration, and liberal paternalism.
Tony Blair yesterday, via Michelle:
In his most outspoken remarks on Islamists, the former Prime Minister warns that Britain is in danger of losing the battle against terrorists unless mainstream society confronts the threat.
Blair’s remarks, in which he also attacks some civil liberty campaigners as ‘loopy loo’, were made in a Channel 4 documentary recorded last Tuesday on the eve of his departure from Downing Street.
‘The idea that as a Muslim in this country that you don’t have the freedom to express your religion or your views, I mean you’ve got far more freedom in this country than you do in most Muslim countries,’ Blair told Observer columnist Will Hutton, who presents the documentary.
‘The reason we are finding it hard to win this battle is that we’re not actually fighting it properly. We’re not actually standing up to these people and saying, “It’s not just your methods that are wrong, your ideas are absurd. Nobody is oppressing you. Your sense of grievance isn’t justified.”‘
Looking us right in the eye early morning, the Babe presents -- in Rich Moran's words -- a face that defines animal beauty and comeliness.At what point did they realize that the simple act of looking us right in the
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