Thursday, December 22, 2005

Friday, December 16, 2005

Battle of the Bulge
Dec 16th 1944

American casualties for just this battle!

78,000 casualties

8,607 dead
21,144 missing
23,500 prisoners
47,139 wounded

That was just one battle in WWII.

Imagine if the left in this country where facing these numbers now.

The battle of Iraq has nowhere near the cost in human life.

Thursday, December 15, 2005

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Wrapping tips for men

click here to read.

Friday, December 09, 2005

The new Movie "Munich" by Spielberg is supposed
to be important and powerfull.
Heres a review I thought was interesting.

click here to read the review

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Saying the

"idea that we're going to win the war
in Iraq is an idea which is just
plain wrong,"

Democratic National Chairman Howard Dean
Early odds for the Presidential race.
  • Joe Biden...................1,000,000 -1
  • Chuck Hagel...............1,000-1
  • Russ Feingold............400-1
  • Rick Santorum..........275-1
  • Christopher Dodd.....200-1
  • Sam Brownback.........100-1
  • John Kerry.................100-1 (1-1 in his own mind)
  • Bill Frist......................50-1
  • Evan Bayh.................25-1
  • John McCain..............20-1
  • Goerge Allen..............3-1
  • Hillary Clinton...........3-1

Sunday, December 04, 2005

"Less taxation, less litigation,
greater energy independence in this country.

These are the foundational ideals
that [Americans and Virginians] believe in."

Sen. George Allen (the next President?)


GOOGLE circa 1960

Google 1960

Sunday, November 27, 2005


Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Is Earth in a vortex of space-time?
We'll soon know the answer:
A NASA/Stanford physics experiment called
Gravity Probe B (GP-B) recently finished a year
of gathering science data in Earth orbit.
The results, which will take another year to analyze,
should reveal the shape of
space-time around Earth
-----------------------and, possibly, the vortex.

Sunday, November 20, 2005

"Pain is a part of being alive,
and we need to learn that.
Pain does not last forever,
nor is it necessarily unbeatable,
and we need to be taught that."

– Harold Kushner

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

'Without delay, diplomacy or warning'

The Iraqi leader was given a final warning six weeks ago,
Clinton said, when Baghdad promised to cooperate with
U.N. inspectors at the last minute just as U.S. warplanes were headed its way.

"Along with Prime Minister (Tony) Blair of Great Britain, I made it equally
clear that if Saddam failed to cooperate fully we would be prepared to act
without delay, diplomacy or warning,"

Bill Clinton December 16, 1998

As a great fish swims between the banks of a river as it likes,
so does the shining Self move between the states of dreaming and waking.

-Brihadaranyaka Upanishad

Monday, November 14, 2005

Believe It or Not
Are you sure you want to keep saying we
were fooled by Ahmad Chalabi and the INC?
By Christopher Hitchens

click here to read

Saturday, November 12, 2005


Wednesday, November 09, 2005


Cassini's view of Saturn’s icy moon Dione is enriched by the tranquil gold and blue hues of Saturn’s rings in the background. The thin, curving shadows of the C ring and part of the B ring adorn the northern latitudes visible here, a reminder of the rings' grandeur.

It is notable that Dione, like most of the other icy Saturnian satellites, looks no different in natural color than in monochrome images. Images taken on Oct. 11, 2005, with blue, green and infrared (centered at 752 nanometers) spectral filters were used to create this color view, which approximates the scene as it would appear to the human eye.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

Which is bigger, Greenland or China?

With the traditional Mercator map (circa 1569, and still in use
in many schoolrooms and boardrooms today),
Greenland and China look the same size.
But in reality China is almost 4 times larger!
In response to such discrepancies,
Dr. Arno Peters created a new world map that dramatically
improves the accuracy of how we see the Earth.

Read about the map.

Neil's wish list.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Will rioters burn the French social model?

While Paris Burns

After the Los Angeles riots in 1992 the French were supercilious. It couldn’t happen here, they sniffed. The French social model made such a thing impossible. But on Sunday after ten nights of riots, French President Jacques Chirac convened an “emergency security meeting” to address the crisis.

He could start by ordering the French pompiers to put out the blaze in the social model, a system designed to frustrate opportunity and job growth for the poor and the marginalized.

The American Thinker

Saturday, November 05, 2005

If you seek to know my ways,
read a damn science book.


Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele

The state of the Democratic party

Black Democratic leaders in Maryland say that racially
tinged attacks against Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele in his
bid for the U.S. Senate are fair because he is a conservative Republican.

read the whole article

Friday, October 28, 2005

Pretty cool street magic by Chris Angel

Friday, October 21, 2005

They say that Miers is qualified.

To me the "qualifications"
needed for this position is a deep

understanding of the constitution,
and the future.

Janice Rogers Brown is that person.

Here is part of a speech she gave in 2000.

It is my thesis today that the sheer tenacity of the collectivist impulse —
whether you call it socialism or communism or altruism — has changed not only
the meaning of our words, but the meaning of the Constitution, and the character
of our people.

Government is the only enterprise in the world which
expands in size when its failures increase. Aaron Wildavsky gives a credible
account of this dynamic. Wildavsky notes that the Madisonian world has gone
"topsy turvy" as factions, defined as groups "activated by some common interest
adverse to the rights of other citizens or to the permanent and aggregate
interests of the community,"4 have been transformed into sectors of public
policy. "Indeed," says Wildavsky, "government now pays citizens to organize,
lawyers to sue, and politicians to run for office. Soon enough, if current
trends continue, government will become self-contained, generating (apparently
spontaneously) the forces to which it responds."5 That explains how, but not
why. And certainly not why we are so comfortable with that result.

This is what I believe,
This goes to the core of everything
that is wrong in this country.

Please read the whole speech.

click below

"A Whiter Shade of Pale": Sense and Nonsense —
The Pursuit of Perfection in Law and Politics

Speech of Janice Rogers Brown,
Associate Justice, California Supreme Court

The Federalist Society
University of Chicago Law School
April 20, 2000, Thursday
12:15 p.m.

Friday, October 14, 2005

On this day...
530 [Discorus] ends his reign as Catholic Pope
1066 Battle of Hastings, in which William the Conqueror wins England
1586 Mary Queen of Scots goes on trial for conspiracy against Elizabeth
1774 1st Continental Congress is 1st to declare colonial rights (Phila)
1806 Battle of Auerstadt-French beat Prussians
1834 1st black to obtain a US patent, Henry Blair, for a corn planter
1843 British arrest Irish nationalist Daniel O'Connell for conspiracy
1862 Baseballer James Creighton ruptures bladder hitting HR, dies 10/18
1867 15th & last Tokugawa Shogun resigns in Japan
1884 George Eastman patents paper-strip photographic film
1905 NY Giants beats Phila A's, 4 games to 1 in 2nd World Series, Giant's Christy Mathewson's 3rd straight world series shutout
1906 All Chicago World Series, 1st AL victory, White Sox win 4 games to 2 (World Series #3)
1908 Cubs beat Tigers 4 games to 1 in 1st 5th World Series rematch
1912 Bull Moose Teddy Roosevelt shot while campaigning in Milwaukee
1920 Part of Petsamo province ceded by Soviet Union to Finland
1922 1st automated telephones-Pennsylvania exchange in NYC
1929 Phila A's beat Chicago Cubs, 4 games to 1 in 26th World Series
1929 Philadelphia A's set world series record of 10 runs in an inning (World Series #26)
1933 Nazi Germany announces withdrawal from League of Nations
1934 "Lux Radio Theatre" premieres
1939 BMI (Broadcast Music Incorporated) formed
1944 German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel commits suicide rather than face trial for his part in an attempt to overthrow Hitler
1945 Chicago Cardinals end a record 29-game losing streak, beat Bears
1947 Chuck Yeager in Bell XS-1 makes 1st supersonic flight (Mach 1.015)
1949 14 US Communist Party leaders convicted of sedition
1950 Rev Sun Young Moon liberated from Hung Nam prison
1951 Det Lion Jack Christiansen returns 2 punts for touchdowns vs LA Rams
1953 Ike promises to fire as Red any federal worker taking 5th amendment
1958 Malagasy Republic becomes autonomous republic in French Community
1960 Peace Corps 1st suggested by JFK
1962 Houston Oiler George Blanda throws for 6 TD passes vs NY Titans 56-17
1962 Neil Anderson was born!
1964 Martin Luther King Jr wins Nobel Peace Prize
1965 Joe Engle in X-15 reaches 80 km
1965 Sandy Koufax hurls his 2nd shutout of world series beating Twins 2-0 (World Series #62)
1968 1st live telecast from a manned US spacecraft (Apollo 7)
1968 Gruener & Watson (US) set scuba depth record (133 m) in Bahamas
1968 J.R. Hines of US runs 100 m in world record 9.95 sec
1969 Race riots in Springfield Mass
1970 Cleve Cavaliers lose to Buffalo Braves in their 1st game 107-92
1971 2 killed in Memphis racial disturbances
1975 Pres Ford escapes injury when his limousine is struck broadside
1976 Chris Chambliss' 9th inning lead off homer gives Yanks pennant #30
1976 Soyuz 23 carries 2 to Salyut 6, but returns without docking
1977 Linda Ronstadt sings the national anthem at the 74th World Series
1978 1st TV movie from a TV series-"Rescue from Gilligan's Island"
1978 Despite Denis Potvin hat trick in 3:21 Islanders lose 7-10, making Islander record when scoring a hat trick-22-2-1
1979 Flyers start 35 game unbeaten streak beating Toronto 4-3
1979 NHL's greatest scorer Wayne Gretsky scores his 1st NHL goal
1980 Bob Marley's last concert
1980 Pres nominee Ronald Reagan promises to name a woman to Supreme Court
1982 6,000 Unification church couples wed in Korea
1982 Islanders assessed 108 penalty minutes Penguins 125 (233 total)
1982 NY Islanders greatest shutout margin (9-0) vs Pittsburgh Penguins
1983 US Marine peacekeeper Sgt Allen Soifert killed by sniper in Beirut
1984 Detroit Tigers beat SD Padres, 4 games to 1 in 81st World Series
1985 On Mon Night football, Jets retire Joe Namath's #12, beat Miami 23-7
1986 Concentration camp survivor Elie Wiesel wins Nobel Peace Prize
1986 The IOC decides to stagger the Winter & Summer Olympic schedule
1986 Tim Kides of West NY, NJ performs 25,000 leg raises in 11:57:15
1987 In Midland, Tx 1«-year-old Jessica McClure falls 22' (7m) down a well
1988 Mike Tyson countersues Robin Givens for divorce and annulment
1988 NJ Devils raise their 1st pennant (Patrick Div Playoff Champs)
1989 Texas A&I, Johnny Bailey sets NCAA season rush record at 6,085 yards
1990 Jeff Goldblum & wife Geena Davis file for divorce
1990 SF 49er Joe Montana passes for 6 touchdowns vs Atlanta (45-35)

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

President Bush said "trust me." regarding Hariet Miers.

This is what Ronald Reagan had to say:

"Trust me" government asks that we concentrate our hopes and dreams on one man;
that we trust him to do what's best for us. My view of government places trust
not in one person or one party, but in those values that transcend persons and
parties. The trust is where it belongs--in the people. The responsibility to
live up to that trust is where it belongs, in their elected leaders. That kind
of relationship, between the people and their elected leaders, is a special kind
of compact.

1979 acceptance speech for the Republican nomination for president.

Saturday, October 08, 2005

James Carville said Thursday night.

"Democrats need to cut the “Kumbayah crap” from their rhetoric,"

“If you’re not competent in campaigns, you don’t have a chance to be competent in government,” he said.

“Sometimes the problem with being a Democrat is being a Democrat,”

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

I have got to try this.

Monday, September 19, 2005

Not again!


Sunday, September 18, 2005

"Fear less, hope more;
whine less, breathe more;
talk less, say more;
hate less, love more;
and all good things are yours."

- Swedish proverb

Some people find the game of cricket
diffficult to understand.

Perhaps the following will help:

The game is played by two groups.

The first group is in and the second group goes out.

Some of the group which is in, go out.

The group that is out, tries to get the group that is in, out.

When one of the group that is in, is out, he goes in and the
next one goes out.

Then when all of the first group (except one) that is in, is out,
the second group that is out goes in.

The first group now goes out and tries to get the second group,
who now are in, out.

Only when both groups have been in and out twice is there a

Thursday, September 15, 2005

By The Associated Press
Prior to Hurricane Katrina, the nation's 10 deadliest natural


1. Galveston (Texas) Hurricane, 1900, estimated 8,000 deaths

2. Great Okeechobee Hurricane in Florida, 1928, estimated 2,500-plus

3. Johnstown, Pa., Flood, 1889, estimated 2,200-plus

4. Louisiana Hurricane, 1893, 2,000-plus

5. South Carolina-Georgia Hurricane, 1893, 1,000-2,000

6. Great New England Hurricane, 1938, 720

7. San Francisco Earthquake, 1906, 700

8. Georgia-South Carolina Hurricane, 1881, 700

9. Tri-State Tornado in Missouri, Illinois and Indiana, 1925, 695

10. Labor Day Hurricane that hit the Florida Keys, 1935, 405


Source: Rusty Pfost, meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

Those who deny freedom to others,
deserve it not for themselves; and,
under a just God, can not long retain it."

Abraham Lincoln

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Abbasid provinces during the caliphate of Harun.
This is Al Qaeda's goal, to reinstate the caliphate and Arab dominence.

If we pretend that they have not sworn
to destroy us then liberty will cease to exist.


Monday, September 12, 2005

September 11, 2005
Victims of the Sept. 11th Terrorist Attacks
The World Trade Center and P.A. and the Pentagon

Gordon McCannel Aamoth • Edelmiro (Ed) Abad • Maria Rose Abad • Andrew Anthony Abate • Vincent Abate • Laurence Christopher Abel • William F. Abrahamson • Richard Anthony Aceto • Alicia Acevedo Carranza • Heinrich B. Ackermann • Paul Andrew Acquaviva • Donald L. Adams • Patrick Adams • Shannon Lewis Adams • Stephen Adams • Ignatius Adanga • Christy A. Addamo • Terence E. Adderley • Sophia B. Addo • Lee Adler • Daniel Thomas Afflitto • Emmanuel Afuakwah • Alok Agarwal • Mukul Agarwala • Joseph Agnello • David Scott Agnes • Joao A.D. Aguiar • Brian G. Ahearn • Jeremiah J. Ahern • Joanne Ahladiotis • Shabbir Ahmed • Terrance Andre Aiken • Godwin Ajala • Gertrude M. Alagero • Andrew Alameno • Margaret Ann (Peggy) Jezycki Alario • Gary Albero • Jon L. Albert • Peter Craig Alderman • Jacquelyn Delaine Aldridge • Grace Alegre-Cua • David D. Alger • Boutros al-Hashim • Ernest Alikakos • Edward L. Allegretto • Eric Allen • Joseph Ryan Allen • Richard Dennis Allen • Richard Lanard Allen • Christopher Edward Allingham • Janet M. Alonso • Anthony Alvarado • Antonio Javier Alvarez • Telmo Alvear • Cesar A. Alviar • Tariq Amanullah • Angelo Amaranto • James Amato • Joseph Amatuccio • Christopher Charles Amoroso • Kazuhiro Anai • Calixto Anaya • Joseph Peter Anchundia • Kermit Charles Anderson • Yvette Anderson • John Andreacchio • Michael Rourke Andrews • Jean A. Andrucki • Siew-Nya Ang • Joseph Angelini • Joseph Angelini • Laura Angilletta • Doreen J. Angrisani • Lorraine D. Antigua • Peter Paul Apollo • Faustino Apostol • Frank Thomas Aquilino • Patrick Michael Aranyos • David Gregory Arce • Michael G. Arczynski • Louis Arena • Adam Arias • Michael J. Armstrong • Jack Charles Aron • Joshua Aron • Richard Avery Aronow • Japhet J. Aryee • Carl Asaro • Michael A. Asciak • Michael Edward Asher • Janice Ashley • Thomas J. Ashton • Manuel O. Asitimbay • Gregg Arthur Atlas • Gerald Atwood • James Audiffred • Louis Frank Aversano • Ezra Aviles • Samuel (Sandy) Ayala
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Victims of the Sept. 11th Terrorist Attacks
The World Trade Center (N-Z)
Robert B. Nagel • Takuya Nakamura • Alexander J.R. Napier • Frank Joseph Naples • John Napolitano • Catherine A. Nardella • Mario Nardone • Manika Narula • Narender Nath • Karen S. Navarro • Joseph M. Navas • Francis J. Nazario • Glenroy Neblett • Marcus R. Neblett • Jerome O. Nedd • Laurence Nedell • Luke G. Nee • Pete Negron • Ann Nicole Nelson • David William Nelson • James Nelson • Michele Ann Nelson • Peter Allen Nelson • Oscar Nesbitt • Gerard Terence Nevins • Nancy Yuen Ngo • Jody Tepedino Nichilo • Martin Niederer • Alfonse J. Niedermeyer • Frank John Niestadt • Gloria Nieves • Juan Nieves • Troy Edward Nilsen • Paul R. Nimbley • John Ballantine Niven • Curtis Terrence Noel • Daniel R. Nolan • Robert Walter Noonan • Daniela R. Notaro • Brian Novotny • Soichi Numata • Brian Felix Nunez • Jose R. Nunez • Jeffrey Nussbaum
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The Pentagon
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Paul W. Ambrose • Yeneneh Betru • Mary Jane (MJ) Booth • Bernard Curtis Brown • Charles F. Burlingame • Suzanne M. Calley • William E. Caswell • David M. Charlebois • Sara M. Clark • Asia S. Cottom • James Daniel Debeuneure • Rodney Dickens • Eddie A. Dillard • Charles A. Droz • Barbara G. Edwards • Charles S. Falkenberg • Dana Falkenberg • Zoe Falkenberg • James Joseph Ferguson • Darlene E. Flagg • Wilson F. Flagg • Richard P. Gabriel • Ian J. Gray • Stanley R. Hall • Michele M. Heidenberger • Bryan C. Jack • Steven D. Jacoby • Ann C. Judge • Chandler R. Keller • Yvonne E. Kennedy • Norma Cruz Khan • Karen Ann Kincaid • Dong Chul Lee • Jennifer Lewis • Kenneth E. Lewis • Renee A. May • Dora Marie Menchaca • Christopher C. Newton • Barbara K. Olson • Ruben S. Ornedo • Robert Penninger • Robert R. Ploger • Zandra F. Ploger • Lisa J. Raines • Todd H. Reuben • John P. Sammartino • Diane M. Simmons • George W. Simmons • Mari-Rae Sopper • Robert Speisman • Norma Lang Steuerle • Hilda E. Taylor • Leonard E. Taylor • Sandra D. Teague • Leslie A. Whittington • John D. Yamnicky • Vicki C. Yancey • Shuyin Yang • Yuguang Zheng
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Alona Avraham • Garnet Edward (Ace) Bailey • Mark Lawrence Bavis • Graham Andrew Berkeley • Touri Bolourchi • Klaus Bothe • Daniel R. Brandhorst • David Reed Gamboa Brandhorst • John Brett Cahill • Christoffer Mikael Carstanjen • John (Jay) J. Corcoran • Ana Gloria Pocasangre de Barrera • Dorothy Alma DeAraujo • Robert John Fangman • Lisa Frost • Ronald Gamboa • Lynn Catherine Goodchild • Peter Morgan Goodrich • Douglas A. Gowell • Francis E. Grogan • Carl Max Hammond • Christine Lee Hanson • Peter Hanson • Gerald F. Hardacre • Eric Samadikan Hartono • James E. Hayden • Herbert W. Homer • Michael R. Horrocks • Robert Adrien Jalbert • Amy N. Jarret • Ralph Francis Kershaw • Sue Jue Kim-Hanson • Heinrich Kimmig • Amy R. King • Brian Kinney • Kathryn L. LaBorie • Robert George LeBlanc • Maclovio Lopez • Marianne MacFarlane • Alfred Gilles Padre Joseph Marchand • Louis Neil Mariani • Juliana Valentine McCourt • Ruth Magdaline McCourt • Wolfgang Peter Menzel • Shawn M. Nassaney • Marie Pappalardo • Patrick J. Quigley • Frederick Charles Rimmele • James M. Roux • Jesus Sanchez • Victor J. Saracini • Mary Kathleen Shearer • Robert Michael Shearer • Jane Louise Simpkin • Brian D. Sweeney • Michael C. Tarrou • Alicia Nicole Titus • Timothy Ray Ward • William M. Weems
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Al-Qaida Plan: Islamic World in 15 Years

Al-Qaida has a master plan to take over the world and turn it into an Islamic state - by the year 2020.

Wishful thinking? Not in the minds of the top terrorist lieutenants interviewed by Jordanian journalist Fouad Hussein for a new book - including Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, mastermind of many atrocities in Iraq.

The plan, which is revealed for the first time in the Australian publication The Age, has seven phases:

Phase 1: The "awakening" in the consciousness of Muslims around the world following the 9/11 attacks, which were aimed at provoking the U.S. into declaring war on the Islamic world and mobilizing Islamic radicals.

Phase 2: "Opening eyes," the current period, which should last until 2006. Hussein said the terrorists hope to make the "Western conspiracy" aware of the "Islamic community" as al-Qaida continues to form its secret battalions.

Phase 3: "Arising and standing up," which should last until 2010 and bring increasingly frequent attacks against secular Turkey and archenemy Israel.

Phase 4: Lasting until 2013, this phase will see the fall of hated Arab regimes, including Saudi Arabia and Jordan. Oil suppliers will be attacked and the U.S. economy will be targeted with cyber terrorism.

Phase 5: An Islamic state, or caliphate, can be declared between 2013 and 2016.

Phase 6: "Total confrontation," beginning in 2016, will see the Islamic army begin the "fight between the believers and the non-believers" that has been predicted by Osama bin Laden.

Phase 7: "Definitive victory."

Hussein writes that this phase should be completed by 2020, and that the terrorists believe the caliphate will prove victorious because the rest of the world will be beaten down by an army of "one and a half billion Muslims."

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Wednesday, September 07, 2005

This girl was very excited about her teddy bear. She wanted to show it to everyone.
To the left is investment banker Michael Hammer of Pontchatrain Capital.
He spent the past week getting the police anything that they wanted
according to police sources. He saw the girl and her family walking the
wrong way trying to evacuate. They said they had been walking around
for hours. So he drove them to the evacuation point. The little girl was
very appreciative and thanked him for the ride.
The Superdome on Monday
LOS ANGELES Sep 6, 2005 — Bob Denver,
the bumbling namesake of
"Gilligan's Island" who embarked on what was

supposed to be a three-hour tour and
endeared himself to generations of TV fans,
has died at age 70.


Sunday, September 04, 2005

President George W. Bush
issued the following statement
on the passing of Chief Justice
William Rehnquist.

PRESIDENT BUSH: Our nation is saddened today by the news that Chief Justice William Rehnquist passed away last night.

Laura and I send our respect and deepest sympathy to this good man's children, Jim, Janet and Nancy. We send our respect to all the members of the Rehnquist family.

William H. Rehnquist was born and raised in Wisconsin. He was the grandson of Swedish immigrants. Like so many of his generation, he served in the Army during World War II. He went on to college with the help of the G.I. Bill.

He studied law at Stanford University. He graduated first in his class. That included his future colleague Sandra Day O'Connor.

Judge Rehnquist and his late wife, Nan, raised their family in Phoenix, where he built a career as one of Arizona's leading attorneys.

He went on to even greater distinction in public service: as an assistant U.S. attorney general, associate justice of the Supreme Court and, for the past 19 years, chief justice of the United States.

He was extremely well-respected for his powerful intellect. He was respected for his deep commitment to the rule of law and his profound devotion to duty.

He provided superb leadership for the federal court system, improving the delivery of justice for the American people and earning the admiration of his colleagues throughout the judiciary.

Even during a period of illness, Chief Justice Rehnquist stayed on the job to complete the work of his final Supreme Court term.

I was honored and I was deeply touched when he came to the Capitol for the swearing-in last January.

He was a man of character and dedication. His departure represents a great loss for the court and for our country.

There are now two vacancies on the Supreme Court. And it will serve the best interests of the nation to fill those vacancies promptly. I will choose in a timely manner a highly qualified nominee to succeed Chief Justice Rehnquist.

As we look to the future of the Supreme Court, citizens of this nation can also look with pride and appreciation on the career of our late chief justice. More than half a century has passed since William H. Rehnquist first came to the Supreme Court as a young law clerk.

All of those years, William Rehnquist revered the Constitution and the laws of the United States. He led the judicial branch of government with tremendous wisdom and skill.

He honored America with a lifetime of service, and America will honor his memory.

May God bless the Rehnquist family.

Thank you all very much.

Everyone wants to blame Bush and the federal government for what is happening in New Orleans.
Well, its time for the people down there to take some responsibility for what is happening.
When you have police looting the Wall-Mart what do you expect will happen?


Saturday, September 03, 2005

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Thursday that a lack of funding for hurricane-protection projects around New Orleans did not contribute to the disastrous flooding that followed Hurricane Katrina.

In a telephone interview with reporters, corps officials said that although portions of the flood-protection levees remain incomplete, the levees near Lake Pontchartrain that gave way—inundating much of the city—were completed and in good condition before the hurricane.

However, they noted that the levees were designed for a Category 3 hurricane and couldn’t handle the ferocious winds and raging waters from Hurricane Katrina, which was a Category 4 storm when it hit the coastline. The decision to build levees for a Category 3 hurricane was made decades ago based on a cost-benefit analysis.

“I don’t see that the level of funding was really a contributing factor in this case,” said Lt. Gen. Carl Strock, chief of engineers for the corps. “Had this project been fully complete, it is my opinion that based on the intensity of this storm that the flooding of the business district and the French Quarter would have still taken place.”

Strock also denied that escalating costs from the war in Iraq contributed to reductions in funding for hurricane projects in Louisiana, as some critics have suggested. Records show that corps funding for the Louisiana projects has generally decreased in recent years.

Friday, September 02, 2005

This is a link to a live journal of someone in the city of New Orleans.
He has a cam going but its spotty.

The Interdictor
A slide show of the aftermath of Katrina

Thursday, September 01, 2005


PREAMBLE to the Iraqi constitution

We the sons of Mesopotamia, land of the prophets, resting place of the holy imams, the leaders of civilization and the creators of the alphabet, the cradle of arithmetic: on our land, the first law put in place by mankind was written; in our nation, the most noble era of justice in the politics of nations was laid down; on our soil, the followers of the prophet and the saints prayed, the philosophers and the scientists theorized and the writers and poets created.

Recognizing God's right upon us; obeying the call of our nation and our citizens; responding to the call of our religious and national leaders and the insistence of our great religious authorities and our leaders and our reformers, we went by the millions for the first time in our history to the ballot box, men and women, young and old, on Jan. 30, 2005, remembering the pains of the despotic band's sectarian oppression of the majority; inspired by the suffering of Iraq's martyrs _ Sunni and Shiite, Arab, Kurd and Turkomen, and the remaining brethren in all communities _ inspired by the injustice against the holy cities in the popular uprising and against the marshes and other places; recalling the agonies of the national oppression in the massacres of Halabja, Barzan, Anfal and against the Faili Kurds; inspired by the tragedies of the Turkomen in Bashir and the suffering of the people of the western region, whom the terrorists and their allies sought to take hostage and prevent from participating in the elections and the establishment of a society of peace and brotherhood and cooperation so we can create a new Iraq, Iraq of the future, without sectarianism, racial strife, regionalism, discrimination or isolation.

Terrorism and "takfir" (declaring someone an infidel) did not divert us from moving forward to build a nation of law. Sectarianism and racism did not stop us from marching together to strengthen our national unity, set ways to peacefully transfer power, adopt a manner to fairly distribute wealth and give equal opportunity to all.

We the people of Iraq, newly arisen from our disasters and looking with confidence to the future through a democratic, federal, republican system, are determined _ men and women, old and young _ to respect the rule of law, reject the policy of aggression, pay attention to women and their rights, the elderly and their cares, the children and their affairs, spread the culture of diversity and defuse terrorism.

We are the people of Iraq, who in all our forms and groupings undertake to establish our union freely and by choice, to learn yesterday's lessons for tomorrow, and to write down this permanent constitution from the high values and ideals of the heavenly messages and the developments of science and human civilization, and to adhere to this constitution, which shall preserve for Iraq its free union of people, land and sovereignty.

read the entire document

Sunday, August 21, 2005


Monday, August 08, 2005


Saturday, August 06, 2005

60 years ago


Monday, August 01, 2005


Friday, July 22, 2005

Momentum and Collisional Energy Considerations
of Cryogenically Stored Twinkies(R). Abstract

We believe that the internal structural properties of TWINKIES
can be effectively studied through cryogenic alteration of their
intrinsic elasticity followed by application of sudden shocks.
We have discovered two phenomena which may be worthy
of further investigation --
Twinkie Fission and Twinkie Adhesion Molecular Effect (TAME).
Each are described in detail and commented upon.

click here to read abstract

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

In Popstrology my birthsatar is.....

Bobby "Boris" Pickett and

the Crypt-Kickers Monster Mash

Monster Mash

Let me know what your birthstar is and does it make sense.

Find out your birthstar

Friday, July 15, 2005

"Adopting an attitude of universal responsibility
is essentially a personal matter.
The real test of compassion is not what we say in
abstract discussions but how we conduct
ourselves in daily life."

-His Holiness the Dalai Lama,

One of the ways I choose to show compassion is prayer.

What do you choose?

Thursday, July 14, 2005

click here to see what this rose is made of.
Better indeed is knowledge than mechanical
practice. Better than knowledge is meditation. But better still is surrender of
attachment to results, because there follows immediate
-Bhagavad Gita 12:12

Sunday, July 10, 2005

Obituary of the future?


Nov. 10, 2009
Reeves – Keanu (45) died of dehydration on the front lawn

of his home in the Hollywood hills Tuesday morning.
The 45-year-old actor reportedly accepted a challenge from
fellow actor and former co-star Gary Busey, who claimed Reeves
“couldn’t act his way out of a paper bag.”

Reeves spent his final four days in a 8 x 5 foot brown sack
deprived of food and water. Witnesses passing by Reeves’
home said they could faintly hear the “actor” reading scenes
from the famed works of Shakespeare and Tennessee Williams,
but claimed he “just wasn’t believable,” due to his rigid delivery
and surfer dialect. Others pointed out that his performance
suffered greatly from its complete absence of special effects.
Keanu Reeves leaves behind his mother, Patricia, his father,

Sam, and two sisters, Karina and Kim. The name “Keanu,”
given to him by his father, means “cool breeze over the mountains”
in Hawaiian. However, in English, “Keanu” means “extremely fu---ble.”
Reeves’ ashes are to be set to sea off the coast of the island of Maui.

via Jest

Thursday, July 07, 2005

You're Ireland!

Mystical and rain-soaked, you remain mysterious to many people, and this
makes you intriguing.  You also like a good night at the pub, though many are just as
worried that you will blow up the pub as drink your beverage of choice.  You're good
with words, remarkably lucky, and know and enjoy at least fifteen ways of eating a potato.
 You really don't like snakes.

Take the Country Quiz at
the Blue Pyramid

Tuesday, July 05, 2005

"America will never be destroyed from the outside.
If we falter and lose our freedoms,
it will be because we destroyed ourselves."

- Abraham Lincoln

cool garage

Try this out, its wierd.

Friday, June 24, 2005

"They keep finding new ways to celebrate mediocrity."
- Mr Incredible - The Incredibles

Three priests walk into a bar............

a great personal story of faith.

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Monday, June 20, 2005


Sunday, June 19, 2005


Friday, June 17, 2005


"Polls show that Muslims have positive attitudes toward the American people and
our values. However, overall, favorable ratings toward the United States and its
Government are very low. This is driven largely by the negative attitudes toward
the policies of this administration. "

Dick Durbin

read his full speech

Saturday, June 11, 2005

Friday, June 10, 2005

Sunday, May 29, 2005


I watched the flag pass by one day.
It fluttered in the breeze.
A young Marine saluted it,
And then he stood at ease.
I looked at him in uniform
So young, so tall, so proud,
With hair cut square and eyes alert
He'd stand out in any crowd.
I thought how many men like him
Had fallen through the years.
How many died on foreign soil?
How many mothers' tears?
How many pilots' planes shot down?
How many died at sea?
How many foxholes were soldiers' graves?
No, freedom isn't free.

I heard the sound of taps one night,
When everything was still
I listened to the bugler play
And felt a sudden chill.
I wondered just how many times
That taps had meant "Amen,"
When a flag had draped a coffin
Of a brother or a friend.
I thought of all the children,
Of the mothers and the wives,
Of fathers, sons and husbands
With interrupted lives.
I thought about a graveyard
At the bottom of the sea
Of unmarked graves in Arlington.
No, freedom isn't free.

Author unknown

Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Japaneese talent show.

You've got to check this out!

Thursday, May 19, 2005

Janice Rogers Brown Janice Rogers Brown

"Government is the only enterprise in the world which expands in size when its failures increase. Aaron Wildavsky gives a credible account of this dynamic. Wildavsky notes that the Madisonian world has gone "topsy turvy" as factions, defined as groups "activated by some common interest adverse to the rights of other citizens or to the permanent and aggregate interests of the community,"4 have been transformed into sectors of public policy. "Indeed," says Wildavsky, "government now pays citizens to organize, lawyers to sue, and politicians to run for office. Soon enough, if current trends continue, government will become self-contained, generating (apparently spontaneously) the forces to which it responds."5 That explains how, but not why. And certainly not why we are so comfortable with that result."

Click here to read the rest of the speech

Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Sunday, May 15, 2005

Store Wars