Saturday, June 30, 2007

"Oops, My Bad" Doesn't Quite Cut It

Over the last few days car bombs have been discovered pre-explosion in London, and an SUV afire and loaded with explosives was crashed into an airport building in Glasgow, Scotland.

My question to the anti-war Liberals and Democrats: What kind of punishment will be appropriate for you if you have your way and troops are pulled from Iraq before any kind of acceptable resolution (i.e., our side wins) and the scene above happens in Lubbock, or Omaha, or Reno or Nashville?

What kind of "my fault" will you be able to utter that can ever correct the havoc you allowed to unleash?

The big question I have is: What if you're wrong?

Monday, June 25, 2007

At Least Somebody in the Family's Got Talent

A reporter in the family placed 4th in his division in the Texas Press Association's 2007 "Better Newspaper Contest" in the "Sports Photo" competition.

Proving that luck beats skill every time.

Good job, bro.

Sunday, June 24, 2007

Newt on Border Security

It's just a matter of time, kids. Newt's campaigning without even being in the race...yet.

Too Cool: Bruce Lee

This is Bruce Lee's screen test, circa 1964, for the part of Kato in The Green Hornet TV series.

Friday, June 22, 2007

The Enemy Within

While there's a huge debate over illegal immigration, the biggest threats we face may not be from people crossing the border.

Not-yet-announced Republican Presidential Candidate Fred Thompson recently wrote an interesting column for He revealed some alarming facts about CAIR -- the Council on American-Islamic Relations. (I've written about CAIR before.)

According to Thompson, who cited IRS data, "CAIR's dues-paying membership has shrunk 90 percent since 9/11 -- from 29,000 in 2000 to only 1,700 last year. CAIR's annual income from dues plunged from $733,000 to $59,000....

"Of course, every silver lining seems to have a cloud; and this cloud is that CAIR's spending is running about $3 million a year. They’ve opened 25 new chapters in major cities across the country even as their dues shrank to a pittance. The question is; who’s funding CAIR?"

Important note: Part of that $3 million is being spent to silence Americans who speak up about suspicious activity.

My Apologies... both of my readers for my long absence from the blog. Vacation is over. Back to work.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

You Want Drama?

Watch this video if you want to see more dramatic action than you've ever seen before.

Think "Blackhawk Down" in the animal world.

(Yes, stolen from Barry, MW.)