Saturday, December 31, 2005

Does this sound familiar?

I was watching "Snow Dogs" on TV, and something happened. I thought that the whole "Tookie" thing was over, but it's not - the guy's still around! Only now he's a metaphor for himself on a new ABC TV show - "In Justice." Read this:

"In Justice is a completely new take on the procedural drama.
Focusing on cases of justice run amok -- sloppy police work, false testimony and
biased juries -- the National Justice Project is a high-profile, non-profit
organization made up of hungry young associates who approach their work like a
puzzle... a puzzle that's been put together wrong."
Has anyone seen the promo? Although the show's premiere episode will be about a (white) female former junkie, you can guess who you see on the promo - a wrongly convicted black man sentenced to life in prison. And if I had to guess, I'd say that the reason the guy was wrongly convicted had something to do with his race, and he probably was involved with a gang, etc. Now I don't know this, but I would sure bet that's what it is, or at least something similar to that.

This whole thing makes me angry. We hear all the time about people "wrongly convicted," because they were a minority, but do we hear about people who aren't convicted because of their race or the fact that they're famous, or maybe that they got a good defense lawyer? Maybe "Injustice" is precisely why I want to be a Prosecutor.


Wednesday, December 28, 2005

What I don't hear.

I hear about all the Iraqis who are unhappy with the Election and allege fraud.
I don't hear that they would have had their tongues cut out if they'd tried to protest one of Saddam's "Elections."

I hear about wiretapping and how it's illegial, and how we're turning fascist.
I don't hear about all the people who are still alive as a result of listening to a known terrorist's telephone calls.

I hear about Abu Ghraib, G'itmo, and human rights abuses.
I don't hear about the countless good that our soldiers around the world are doing.

I hear about the killers sentenced to die for their crimes.
I don't hear about their victims who were murdered without reason.

I hear from the screaming, lunatic, liberal, race-mongerors in New Orleans.
I don't hear from the grateful, sane, multi-racial people in Mississippi and Alabama.

I hear about racist white people.
I don't hear about racist black people.

I hear from people who oppose Army recruiters.
I don't hear from Army recruiters themselves.

I hear about Bush starting two illegal wars, and how he should be impeached, and why we're hated in the world.
I don't hear about the people who are living in freedom, the women who can go out of the house without their husbands, who can show their faces, or the first free Election in 30 years.

I hear that Saddam never had any WMD's or wanted to use them.
I don't see the pictures of dead Kurds in the streets.

I hear about the "right-leaning" Fox News Channel.
I don't hear about the truly left-leaning Mainstream media.

I could go on and on. What you don't know can hurt you.


Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Debate Time - Intelligent Design v. Evolution.

What do you think? There is obviously a great deal of controversy that goes along with this debate, and both sides feel strongly about it.

Here's my view. As a Christian, I don't believe in Evolution, and I strongly believe that Science actually goes against the Evolution theory. I also, however, think that Church and State should be as seperate as possible. That being said, there is a huge difference between teaching both ideas as theories and forcing religion on someone. And there's also a big difference between "Intelligent Design" and Creationism. There is no God aspect in I.D., there is not literal 6 day creation week, there is no Christian aspect at all. The media makes it out as if public school kids are getting a Bible class instead of Science class, and that's ridiculous. They are, however, taught on a daily basis that Evolution is proven fact, which it isn't. It's a theory, one which cannot be proven. Intelligent Design, when allowed, is taught as a theory. I see nothing wrong with that, and think that Intelligent Design, Evolution, Creationism, and whatever else should all be taught in public schools as theories. There is no forceful religion about that, but keeping any mention of God completely out of the public spectrum is akin to Communism, which is wrong.

So . . . what do you think?


I haven't done this yet, but . . .

Since I don't feel like doing any political blogging, I thought y'all might like to see what I look like. Here's me (right) with Rebekah.


Friday, December 23, 2005


Well, this will be my last post until after Christmas. Gayle wanted all the Conservative bloggers to post a Nativity Scene, so here it is and MERRY CHRISTMAS!!


Thursday, December 22, 2005

The Night Before Christmas revised.

'Twas the night before Christmas and all through the town
Not a sign of Baby Jesus was anywhere to be found.
The people were all busy with Christmas time chores
Like decorating, and baking, and shopping in stores.
No one sang "Away in a manger, no crib for a bed".
Instead, they sang of Santa dressed-up in bright red.
Mama watched Martha Stewart, Papa drank beer from a tap.
As hour upon hour the presents they'd wrap
When what from the TV did they suddenly hear?
'Cept an ad. . . which told of a big sale at Sears.
So away to the mall they all flew like a flash. . .
Buying things on credit. . . and others with cash!
And as they made their way home from their trip to the mall,
Did they think about Jesus? Oh, no. . . not at all.
Their lives were so busy with their Christmas time things
No time to remember Christ Jesus, King of Kings.
There were presents to wrap and cookies to bake.
How could they stop and remember who died for their sake?
To pray to the Savior. . .they had no time to stop.
Because they needed more time to "Shop til they dropped!"
On Wal-mart! On K-mart! On Target! On Penny's!
On Hallmark! On Zales! A quick lunch at Denny's
From the big stores downtown to the stores at the mall
They would dash away, dash away, and visit them all!
And up on the roof, there arose such a clatter
As grandpa hung icicle lights up on his brand new step ladder.
He hung lights that would flash. He hung lights that would twirl.
Yet, he never once prayed to Jesus. . .Light of the World.
Christ's eyes. . . how they twinkle! Christ's Spirit. . . how merry!
Christ's love... how enormous! All our burdens. . . He'll carry!
So instead of being busy, overworked, and uptight
Let's put Christ back in Christmas and worship the true Light!


Always watch where you're going . . .


Wednesday, December 21, 2005

A good reason to check twice before you shoot.


Santa's Little Helper.

"Need to lay off on those cookies, Santa . . ."


Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Christmas Cartoon.

Well, it seems that a lot of people are posting cartoons on their blogs, so I followed suit. This is one of a few I got in an email. I'll try to post a new one every day.


In case you were wondering . . .

. . . what that was on my sidebar, I have added my Yahoo avatar. It doesn't look exactly like me (my hair isn't blonde or brown, it's in between, and I don't put blue stuff on my eyes :) but pretty close. What do y'all think?


Remember . . .

. . . to pray for our troops this Christmas. I cannot imagine doing what they do, yet they just think of it as their job. God Bless America and America's brave defenders!


Christmas at our house.

It is five days until Christmas, and not to get overly sentimental or anything, but I thought it'd be a neat idea for everyone to write in what they are going to do for Christmas. I don't want to do any more political posts 'til after Christmas, so here is my first Christmas post.

Well, let me see. On the 23rd, we are going over to my Mom's family for Christmas with my cousins and aunt/uncles/grandparents on that side. We all exchange gifts over there, and it's kind of a mad rush when my Grandmother or Grandfather decrees it is time to open gifts.

On Christmas Eve, it is a Sabbath, and we'll be going to church. It is also communion Sabbath. Adventists, if you were wondering, have the footwashing and communion service only a few times a year, so it is a special Sabbath, as well as being Christmas Eve. I am looking forward to that. I love singing the Christmas carols in church and seeing the wreaths hanging up in the Sanctuary . . . alright I'll stop going on and on.

Christmas day we are opening our own presents here at home, and staying home all day. Christmas day marks one year that we've had our dog Reagan. The fluffy brown puppy is now a 50 + lb. crazy, silly, still puppy-ish dog. But she's a lot of fun.

The day after Christmas we are going to my older sister's house for Christmas with her family (husband and two little boys.) After that we are going to have Christmas at my other Grandmother's house with my Dad's family (there are 14 aunts and uncles, 18 cousins, and 11 or so second cousins over there.) That will be a sad time there since it's our first Christmas without our Grandmother, who died just before Thanksgiving. Over there we don't exchange gifts (too many people :) but it's still fun - though we have a hard time all fitting in the house. Usually the boy cousins play football in the front yard.

Well, I think I've made my post way too long - now I'd like to hear from you guys! It's sometimes nice to hear stories like this from people, you feel like you are talking to a real person, not some anonymous stranger on the internet.



Monday, December 19, 2005

This was my brother's idea.

My 13 yr. old brother Edward just said to me "Hey, you need to post your prediction for who will play in the Super Bowl and ask people to write in who they think will." I guess I'm not feeling political lately, because I agreed to it. However, since I know nothing about football, here is his prediction: Carolina v. Indianapolis. He originally told me to to say I thought it'd be Houston and Green Bay - is there something significant there? I think those are the worst teams in the league or something. Oh, well. Anyway, who do you think will play? I'll tell Edward what you say.


Wonder if this will get breathless attention on the nightly news?

Or any coverage at all?

Afghanistan Inaugurates Elected Parliament.

The first elected Parliament in over 30 years. The first time women in that country could help choose a Government ever. And what will we hear on the nightly news? "With violence and chaos continuing in Iraq, Bush remains stubborn as ever . . ."


And this is why I know we're the "good guys"

With all the torture allegations and Abu Ghraib and all that, it's nice to read an article like this.

Iraqi Boy Gets Heart Operation in New York.

NEW YORK — An 11-year-old boy from Iraq underwent heart surgery
Monday in New York, the first of four ailing children who will be treated this
week after their families sought help from the U.S. military.

Wsam Rabea was vulnerable to sudden death from a heart problem until the
early morning operation by Dr. Samuel Weinstein, director of pediatric heart
surgery at the Children's Hospital of Montefiore Medical Center, officials
said. Wsam and the three other Iraqi children arrived in New York on
Friday with their fathers in what the hospital is calling "Operation Iraqi

The children's families were among 60 who had sought help from the American
military's Civic Assistance Command in Baghdad. With help from the service group
Rotary International . . . [it was] arranged for the children to be
taken from Baghdad to Amman for treatment, and it was determined that several
children with life-threatening defects needed surgery in the United States.
Weinstein plans to operate on two boys, ages 6 and 14, on Tuesday and a
12-year-old girl on Wednesday.

Very touching, but who here thinks that this will recieve even half of the attention Abu Ghraib did?

UPDATE: Michelle Malkin is on this, too. Here's her post about it - you can also donate to the program here.


Leftist appears to win Bolivian election.

Bolivia — Socialist Evo Morales appears assured of becoming Bolivia's
next president, according to unofficial results Monday, an outcome that would
solidify South America's shift toward the political left.

In my opinion, this is none of our business now. Although he has already defied the U.S. in saying that under his control, Bolivia will continue to grow Coca (the plant used to make Cocaine,) and although he counts among his friends Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez, and although the last thing we want is another Communist stronghold, it is certainly not in our power to do anything about it. I just think this is something to keep our eyes on.


Saturday, December 17, 2005

A post about nothing.

It's late, I'm bored and bleary-eyed sleepy, and have nothing to blog about. So - a post about nothing. Or should I say, a chronicle of my day. Which is basically the same thing.

Today in church we had our Christmas Cantata and Christmas program. 3 kids who were to be in the program went AWOL, but we got that worked out - my sister and I filled in. Then there was the live nativity scene with the younger kids. It was very touching until the angels and shepherds started fighting over harps and Baby Jesus. Oh, well. And my 13 yr. old brother was Joseph. It embarrassed him greatly to be seen in front of church in a bathrobe. Anyway - we get to the Cantata. I was in the choir and had a wonderful time screeching, uh . . . I mean singing. I fear I should not have been singing soprano. I did have a hard time fighting back laughter when, halfway through our first number, the cardboard stable went ker-plunk. I swore I wouldn't make a fool of myself in front of church again, but I guess it just comes naturally - I always seem to get tickled by something - usually right as I start singing or speaking. *Sigh* I need to grow up a little, don't I?

Anyway, tonight we went to a handbell program. The music was flawless and beautiful, but sadly had about the effect as elevator music. After about 45 minutes I was starting to get rather drowsy.

And now here I sit - up way too late. Never fear - I shall be back to political blogging just as soon as I can think coherently :)


Thursday, December 15, 2005

"Cold in the Night" ?!?!

This from World Net Daily.

Listen to these lyrics.

Cold in the night, no one in sight, winter winds whirl and
bite, how I wish I were happy and warm, safe with my family out of the
As ridiculous as it may sound, this is what a Wisconsin school board wanted to sing instead of the traditional "Silent Night." The idea has since been junked following "countless phone calls and emails on the issue."

You know you're too concerned with offending someone when you're willing to make a complete fool out of yourself. Just crazy.


From the "Bias? What Liberal Bias?" files.

Check out this headline:

Bush defends Iraq war, says he will attack another nation if necessary.

Here's a quote from the article:

WASHINGTON (AFP) - One day before Iraq’s historic parliamentary elections,
US President George W. Bush defiantly defended his case for war and said he
would preemptively attack another country if he deemed it necessary.

Here is the entire speech:

President Discusses Iraqi Elections, Victory in the War on Terror.

As you can see, the closest thing to what the AP said he said was this quote:

In an age of terrorism and weapons of mass destruction, if we wait for
threats to fully materialize, we will have waited too long.

And why is there any question about the liberal slant?


Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Iranian President: the Holocaust is a 'Myth'

TEHRAN, Iran — Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad escalated
his anti-Israeli rhetoric Wednesday, calling the Holocaust a "myth" used by Europeans to create a Jewish state in the heart of the Islamic world. Last week [he] questioned whether the Nazi destruction of 6 million European Jews during World War II occurred and said Israel should be moved to Europe. He also provoked an international outcry in October when he called for Israel to be "wiped off the map."

I can sum up my feelings about Ahmadinejad in one word and that is despicable. Though crazy might fit him rather well.


The Twelve Days of Homeschooling.

Although I'm homeschooled and not a homeschooler I really liked this.

To the tune of "Twelve Days of Christmas."

On the first day of homeschool my
neighbor said to me, "Can you homeschool legally?"

On the second day
of homeschool my neighbor said to me, "Are they socialized, can you homeschool

On the third day of homeschool my neighbor said to me, "Do you give them
tests, are they socialized, can you homeschool legally?"

On the fourth day of homeschool my
neighbor said to me, "What about P.E., do you give them tests, are they
socialized, can you homeschool legally?"

On the fifth day of homeschool my
neighbor said to me, "YOU ARE SO STRANGE! What about P.E., do you give them
tests, are they socialized, can you homeschool legally?"

On the sixth day of
homeschool my neighbor said to me, "How long will you homeschool, YOU ARE S0
STRANGE, what about P.E. , do you give them tests, are they socialized, can you
homeschool legally?"

On the seventh day of homeschool my neighbor said to me,
"Look at what they're missing, how long will you homeschool, YOU ARE SO
STRANGE!, what about P.E., do you give them tests, are they socialized, do you
homeschool legally?"

On the eighth day of homeschool my neighbor said to me, "Why do you do
this, look at what they're missing, how long will you homeschool, YOU ARE SO
STRANGE, what about P.E. do you give them tests, are they socialized, do you
homeschool legally?"

On the ninth day of homeschool my neighbor said to me, "They'll miss the
prom, why do you do this, look at what they're missing, how long will you
homeschool, YOU ARE SO STRANGE!, what about P.E. do you give them tests, are
they socialized, do you homeschool legally?"

On the tenth day of homeschool my
neighbor said to me, "What about graduation, they'll miss the prom, why do you
do this, look at what they're missing, how long will you homeschool, YOU ARE SO
STRANGE!, what about P.E., do you give them tests, are they socialized, can you
homeschool legally?"

On the eleventh day of homeschool my neighbor said to me, "I could never
do that, what about graduation, they'll miss the prom, why do you do this, look
at what they're missing, how long will you homeschool, YOU ARE SO STRANGE, what
about P.E., do you give them tests, are they socialized, can you homeschool

On the
twelfth day of homeschool my neighbor said to me, "Can they go to college, I
could never do that, what about graduation, they'll miss the prom, why do you do
this, look at what they're missing, how long will you homeschool, YOU ARE SO
STRANGE, What about P.E., do you give them tests, are they socialized, can you
homeschool legally?"

On the thirteenth day of homeschool I thoughtfully replied: "They Can go
to college, yes you can do this, they can have graduation, we don't like the
prom, we do it cuz we like it, they are missing nothing, we'll homeschool
forever, WE ARE NOT STRANGE!, We give them P.E., and we give them tests, they

On the fourteenth day of homeschool my
neighbor said to me, "How can I get started, why didn't you tell me, where do I
buy curriculum, when is the next conference, WILL PEOPLE THINK WE'RE STRANGE? I
think we can do this, if you will help us, we'll join a sports team, and we'll
homeschool legally."


Tuesday, December 13, 2005

On Wal-Mart and Christmas . . .

While ridiculous "Holiday Gift Wrapping" "Ho, Ho, Ho, Happy Holidays", etc., promotional posters still abound at Wal-Mart, I am pleased to report that very few Wal-Mart employees in my neck of the woods bother with the "Happy Holidays" nonsense. I shop at Wal-Mart often, and most cashiers that I've seen recently have made a point to say "Merry Christmas", and more than once. And you know what; I haven't yet heard a single complaint. Several of my local news anchors have also been making a point to say "Merry Christmas" whenever possible, and a clerk at a local "Dollar Tree" store recently wished us a very enthusiastic Merry Christmas as we checked out. And you guessed it, there haven't been any complaints about that either.


A little humor . . .

I got this in an email. Just be patient and follow along with the story.

"Sometimes nature is cruel but there is also a beauty in that cruelty. The crocodile as one of the ultimate predators can fall victim to the kind of implemented 'team work' strategy which is possible due to the pack mentality and social structure of canines. See the attached and remarkable photograph courtesy of Nature Magazine -but not if you're squeamish!"


Isn't that just too cute?



This from Fox News.

Ever had a nightmare about a parachute not opening? Well, for 21 year old Shayna Richardson, on her first solo sky dive no less, the nightmare was real. Neither of her parachutes would open, and she hurtled to the ground at 50 mph., breaking her pelvis in two places, breaking her leg, and losing six teeth. Amazingly, she survived. Even more amazingly, unknown to Shayna, she was pregnant at the time, and her baby survived, too. "So not only did God save me but he spared this baby," Shayna said. Amen to that. But what I'm wondering is . . . with a June 25th due date, why is she planning to sky dive again in August?


Justice has prevailed.

"Tookie" Williams executed.

I am not celebrating his death. I cannot rejoice when anyone dies. But I am very, very, relieved for the sake of the families of his victims, and for the sake of Justice.


Monday, December 12, 2005

Blog Tag

Rebekah tagged me.
Here are the rules of the game. When you are tagged you must blog about 5 oddball habits that you have, then you must tag 5 more people.

OK, here goes:

1: I let my 50-lb. Australian Shepherd/Lab to sleep on my twin-sized bed with me. I have to kick her off sometimes when she starts hogging the bed.

2: (I was reading Daniel at Raving Conservative's account of his oddball habits, and realized I have it, too.) Watch-Shaking. I am constantly shaking my hand to reposition my watch, mostly because I don't like wearing a watch unless it fits loosely.

3: I am rather obsessive about making spelling errors. If I don't know how to spell something, I always look it up to see how to.

4: I watch The A-Team. I really do. Alright, stop laughing . . .

5: Weird songs always get stuck in my head. I'll be in Wal-Mart or somewhere and find myself singing "Grandma got run over by a reindeer . . ."

(I tagged Cody at The Better Wing, Alabama at Alabama Improper, Rick at Being RIGHT, Plaidbaron at Politics, and Giantcu92 at Randomness & Chaos.)


Saturday, December 10, 2005

On Air Marshals and bomb threats. . .

Family of Man Shot by Air Marshals Demands Explanation of Killing.

RIO CLARO DE GOLFITO, Costa Rica — Family members of a man who was shot dead by air marshals in Miami after allegedly announcing he had a bomb demanded an explanation of the killing from U.S. authorities Friday.
"I can't understand why U.S. authorities killed my son in this way. He was not a terrorist," Carlos Alpizar, the 72-year old father of Rigoberto Alpizar told The Associated Press in the family home in Rio Claro de Golfito, near the Panama border about 190 miles south of Costa Rica's capital, San Jose.
"Rigoberto loved everything about his second country," he said "And look, they killed him like a dog."


Not to sound crass or anything, but I don't think there is any need for an explanation. He said he had a bomb in his bag; then reached for his bag. Were the Air Marshals supposed to stop and phycoanalize him? There just wasn't time.


On "Tookie" Williams . . .

L.A. Community Leaders Urge Calm if Williams is Executed.

LOS ANGELES — Community leaders Friday called for peace in the city if convicted killer and Crips gang co-founder Stanley Tookie Williams is put to death next week as scheduled. Though community opinions about Williams vary, even a small group could provoke widespread civil unrest, said Councilman Bernard Parks, a former police chief. Parks alluded to the 1992 Los Angeles riots that followed the acquittal of white police officers in the beating of black motorist Rodney King.

OK, this doesn't make sense. They don't want him executed. Basically, you could say, they don't want violence. So what will they (probably) do if he is punished? Go around on a violent rampage, acting like spoiled children. That's a mighty fine way of gettin' your point across. It just doesn't make sense.

Williams' supporters, from political leaders to the rapper Snoop Dogg, say Williams has turned his life around . . .

This really gets me. A lot of people have played this card. "He repented. He's changed. Why punish him?" First of all, just because someone repents; it doesn't mean they don't have to face the consequences of their actions. I'm not saying you can't ever forgive someone. But forgiveness does not equate to pardon. Period.

Alright, secondly (is that a word?) not punishing someone because they repent and change is foolhardy. Ridiculous. Then everyone sentenced to die would "repent" before they were to be killed. Simple.

...[Williams' supporters] say Williams has turned his life around and become a positive influence in fighting gang violence through his writing. To execute him now, they say, would take away one of the most effective voices urging young people to steer clear of gangs.

To not execute him would be a message that you don't have to pay for your crimes. Besides, who ever said he was "one of the most effective voices urging young people to steer clear of gangs"? I'd never heard of him before a few weeks ago.

If the governor grants clemency, Williams' death sentence would be commuted to life without parole.

And we can only hope and pray that he does not. Justice depends on it.


Iran to Produce Nuclear Fuel

TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's top nuclear official said Saturday that his country will enrich uranium and produce nuclear fuel despite the U.S.-led international campaign to persuade it to abandon such ambitions.
Gholamreza Aghazadeh, head of the Atomic Organization of Iran, gave no date for when the processes would start but stressed they would do so at some stage.
"For me, there is no doubt that the process of producing nuclear fuel in Iran will be accomplished," Aghazadeh told a news conference. "There is no doubt that we have to carry out uranium enrichment."


I'd like to hear your opinions on what should be done. I personally don't know. I haven't researched the subject at all, and who knows? Maybe all we can do is being done.

Either way, it does make me nervous. Iran is obviously a growing threat, and I don't think that Iran's president would hesitate to nuke us if he had the capabilities (we know he'd like to destroy Israel) and he seems quite intent on getting those capabilities. I just don't know.


Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Saddam Absent; Trial Adjourned for 2 Weeks

I don't know about you, but personally I am sick of Saddam behaving like a spoiled child. He got his fair trial. He's living much better than he was when he was running. We didn't kill him in his spider-hole like we should have, so why is he complaining?

Read some of the witness' testimony:

"When my turn came, the investigator asked me my name and he turned to Barazan and asked him, `What we shall do with him?' Barazan replied: `Take him. He might be useful.' We were almost dead because of the beatings."

When we arrived at the building, they asked us to stand along the wall," he said. "We were told to stand only on one foot and we kept on this position for two hours before we were taken to cells with red walls. I was thirsty but the water was very hot."

After a few days, the witness said, he was moved to "Hall 63" where "we were kept handcuffed for five days with little food and very hot water. They used to take some persons and bring them back naked. The signs of torture were clear on their bodies."

The most dramatic testimony came from a woman who spoke from behind a curtain with her voice disguised.
She told of beatings, torture and sexual humiliation at the hands of security agents when she was a teenager.


Despicable, sickening, terrible; how many words can I come up with to describe this monster? And yet he says he "will not come to an unjust court! Go to hell!", and gets his way!

Ibrahim [Saddam's half-brother and co-defendant] made his own complaints against the court Wednesday, saying that he spent more than eight months in solitary confinement in a windowless facility without air conditioning, electricity or running water.
Ibrahim said guards would force him and other prisoners to exercise, or punish them when they refused by withholding cigarettes, tea or by reducing food rations.

I'm sorry, withholding cigarettes and tea?! That is torture? AM I HERE RIGHT NOW?

My only hope is that Saddam's shenanigans won't get in the way of Justice. If anyone has Justice coming, it's him.


Tuesday, December 06, 2005

And though it's been said, many times, many ways. . .

That's right, not "Happy Holidays" or "Season's Greetings." Merry Christmas! Y'all have a great one!
P.S: Thanks to this site for the clip art.


Monday, December 05, 2005

My "baby" brother enters the blogosphere!!

OK, so he'll probably be mad at me for calling him a baby. He's 7 years old. His blog is called The Lone Ranger. It's not really political, though he already holds strong Conservative beliefs! He would really like comments and he's very excited about getting his very own blog. Hope you can visit!


Thursday, December 01, 2005

Have. They. No. Shame?!!

Check this out. For those of you who are wondering, the cartoon is by Ted Rall, a notorious liberal. I would post the actual cartoon, however, I'd like to keep my site G-rated. This kinda fits into the debate as to whether libs dishonor and dehumanize the troops. Is there any question?


Is it just my computer . . .

Or is my sidebar on the bottom? What can I do about it? Sorry, but I'm really technologically impared :)