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June 30th 2006

Cpl. Shalit To Be Relesed Soon?

Egyptian president Hosnei Mubarak says a negotiated settlement resolving the current Israel/Palestine confrontation may occur soon. Says the Jerusalem Post:


Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said Friday that a compromise had been reached with several Hamas leaders for a conditional release of kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit.

The agreement that Mubarak claimed to have reached with the kidnappers involved an Israeli withdrawal from Gaza and the release of prisoners scheduled to be released anyway in the next year, in exchange for the release of Cpl. Gilad Shalit who was kidnapped on Sunday, Palestinian sources said.

The London-based Al-Hayat newspaper said that Cairo has proposed that the swap would not be simultaneous but that the Palestinian prisoners would be freed later. Al-Hayat’s sources, whom it did not name, said Hamas’ leadership outside the Palestinian territories has not responded to the proposal.

Mubarak told Egypt’s leading pro-government newspaper, Al-Ahram that Shalit’s kidnappers have agreed to his conditional release, but Israel has not yet accepted their terms.

By the way, I didn’t notice any articles in JPost exposing Mossad’s latest intelligence gathering techniques, criticising Ehud Olmert’s conduct of the campaign or calling for the closing of the prisons in which Israel holds suspected terrorists.

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June 30th 2006

We Should Still Have Posters Like These


One of a series of updated old-time posters I received. I don’t know who made them, but I’ll run them from time to time.

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June 30th 2006

Balance, Dem Style

In this corner, wearing the white robe and aviator jacket, Fightin’ Al Qaeda.

In this corner, in the dark shades and high-visibility convertible for all the cameras, Desk Jockey Valerie Plame.

The Dems tried to offer this up as a fair fight in the House debate yesterday over the resolution condemning the NYTimes (primarily) for revealing the SWIFT program: The GOP, they said, has no right to cry over a major breach of national security by the media because they leaked Val’s name.

No one has been able to show any national security risk from Plame’s name getting out. She operated no networks overseas and hadn’t been in the field for some time. That Islamofascism poses a threat is pretty much above question for all but the most rabid of the Lefties.

SWIFT, unlike Plame and her hubby, is active and effective. It is the implementation of 9/11 Commission recommendations, and even the NYTimes’ own editorial page made a similar recommendation in Sept. 2001.

It is unfortunate that the Dems are so poisoned by Bush Derangement Syndrome that they can’t bring themselves to stand by America on even the no-brainers; and this was a no-brainer, without any of the debatable points of the NSA program.

Instead, they have to stretch to ridiculous extremes to find an argument to justify and mask (ha!) their Bush hatred. Their party line vote against the resolution should hurt them in November … but my bet is that it won’t. Bush Derangement Syndrome doesn’t just reside in Congress, but poisons much of America.

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June 29th 2006

Rant On!

How would you feel if your local city council took $10,000 of public tax revenues and flushed it down the toilet?

That’s what Berkeley’s set up to do, spending $10K to put an initiative on this fall’s ballot calling for the impeachment of the president and vice president. Of course, it’s worthless since Berkeley has no such authority. More important, it’s meaningless, because all it does is confirm to the rest of the nation that Berkeley is, indeed, as crazy as we all thought it was.

How crazy? This crazy:

The measure says the administration violated the Constitution with illegal domestic spying, justified the Iraq war with fraudulent claims and illegally tortured citizens.

The first point is debatable but ultimately false. The second one is so tired it makes Anna Nicole Smith’s ex-husband look youthful and vital. But “illegally tortured citizens?” Are they talking about American citizens? That’s new and pretty far out, man. If not, where’s the proof of any illegally tortured non-citizens? More Anna Nicole stuff.

Speaking for the whackos in order to nail down the “we really are crazy” platform of the current city council is Dona (that’s with one ‘n’) Spring (who’s smiling rather trippingly at you there on the right … probably the first time anyone’s ever said “on the right” and her name in one sentence):

The whole idea is to start a grass fire surging up on this issue. We hope other cities put this on the ballot as well. Just in the Bay Area we could get 2 or 3 million votes, which would be a very powerful statement.

Some people never left the 60s.

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June 29th 2006

Episco-impale-ians


The Episcopal Church is continuing to splinter, as the parish where George Washington once worshipped — and many others — yesterday initiated the process of splitting from the diocese because of the church’s continued insistence in naming homosexual bishops.

The WashTimes story is worth a full read; here’s the lead:

Two of Northern Virginia’s largest and most historic Episcopal churches — Truro and the Falls Church — informed Virginia Bishop Peter J. Lee yesterday that they plan to leave the diocese and that as many as two dozen other parishes may follow suit.

Undaunted, the Episcopal leadership elsewhere is ignoring what the WashTimes calls an “indefinite moratorium on homosexual prelates.” The Newark diocese announced yesterday that a gay man is among the candidates for election to bishop there.

Look, we’re all sinners and at one level, homosexuality is just one of many sins that are clearly called out in the Bible. The men who lead the church are sinners, whether they are gay or not.

But at a biblical level, homosexually is one of the sins set apart as “abhorent to God” and should be recognized by any Bible-believing church as such. At a human level, a Bishop needs to be a model and a counselor, and the model a church should uphold is one of heterosexual love within marriage because that is clearly laid out as God’s plan in the Bible.

The Episcopalian leadership is caught up in the simplicity of “love one another” and are not seeing the depth of the issue. Their congregations are smarter and bolder than they are, so the congregations are leaving their leaders. Who, then, is the true leader?

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June 29th 2006

Palestine: What Corruption?

Last night, I was enjoying reading AP’s report on Israel’s latest insanely cool reaction to the Palestinians latest self-defeating idiocy. Particularly liked the bit about the four fighters buzzing Assad’s summer palace and the gutsyness of swiping one-third of the thug terrorists who sit in the Palistinian cabinet.

But it’s AP, right? So there’s sure to be something really stupid in the story. And sure enough, one paragraph from the end they let ‘er rip:

Gaza’s economy was already in the doldrums before the Israeli assault, a result of five years of Israeli-Palestinian violence and an international aid boycott that followed Hamas’ parliamentary election victory in January. The Israeli assault threatened to turn a bad situation into a disaster _ underscoring the extent to which hopes have been dashed following the optimism that accompanied Israel’s pullout.

Nary a word about the billions of aid dollars stolen by Yassir and his Yass Men, not a peep about rampant corruption. The Israel-Palestine violence as opposed to the Palestine-Israel violence?

Israel has the power to turn the massive mess that is Palestine into a disaster? Oh, please. Palestine is the definition of disaster.

hat-tip: Breitbart
photo: Reuters
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June 28th 2006

Things America Doesn’t Do

You’d think we were the global bad guys if you wasted any brain cells believing the Kerry-Kos-Kremlin axis. But wait … we’re such a good country, the sort of country that never, ever would do something like this:

Boy kidnapped by regime 28 years ago meets his mother
From Leo Lewis in Tokyo
The Times of London

A MAN abducted while playing on a beach in South Korea as a 16-year-old schoolboy in 1978 was reunited with his mother yesterday after 28 years of seclusion in North Korea.

The carefully choreographed reunion has reignited anger and anguish in South Korea and Japan, where the fate of almost 500 citizens believed kidnapped by the secretive communist regime has become a national issue.

Kim Young Nam threw his arms around his wheelchair-bound mother and told her: “Stop crying. Why are you crying on such a happy day?” “You look just like you used to,” she replied. …

The schoolboy was playing on a beach in the town of Kunsan when he was snatched by North Korean agents.

Along with a suspected 480 other South Korean abductees, he disappeared into the Stalinist regime. Few of the abductees have seen their families again.

When Mr Kim asked his mother about the whereabouts of his father, Mrs Choi told him that he had died 20 years ago from grief at the abduction.

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June 28th 2006

Peoples Republic Stumbles

The city council of Irvine, which is trying to create the Peoples Republic of Irvine in the heart of OC, suffered an embarassing setback last night.

The cause of this political revolution, as with many preceding it, was something small and seemingly innocuous: A motion to form a sister-city relationship with the Xuhui District in China. “Not if we can help it,” said hundreds of Taiwanese nationals and anti-Mainland China residents.

Irvine already has a sister city relationship with Taoyuan, Taiwan, but that would change under the pact with Xuhui:

In the pact signed by an Irvine staffer, the city pledged to not send officials to Taiwan’s National Day celebrations and never to refer to “two Chinas” or “one China, one Taiwan.”

Faced with the protests, the council backed down and mayor Beth “Krommunist” Krom publicly apologized to the mayor of Taoyuan. Here’s council member Christina Shea:

“We should be celebrating our new sister city relationship” with Xuhui, said Councilwoman Christina Shea. “Unfortunately, the city of Irvine has suffered ridicule and embarrassment.”

What’s to celebrate in breaking a relationship with a free and democratic republic in favor of a repressed, Communist, expansionary state? Irvine suffered a wake-up call and the ridicule and embarrassment is all the city council’s.

The same should happen on a national scale.

Source and photo: OCRegister
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June 28th 2006

Crooks Love Porous Borders

There was a drug raid in OC yesterday.

Agents confiscated drug-making chemicals, scales, handguns and $240,000 in cash. One suspected lab, at 1371 S. Loara St., was within two blocks of a school. … During the investigation, agents confiscated 15 pounds of methamphetamine, a kilo of cocaine, 70 grams of heroin, 10 firearms and two handgun silencers.

Standard stuff, huh? Not quite. The agents weren’t from the Drug Enforcement Administration; they were from Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Why would that be? Hint:

Three of the arrests were suspected ringleader Jose Anguiano-Barragan, 37, of Anaheim; Daniel Contreras, 24, of Orange and Ricardo Sacro-Sanchez, 22, of Riverside. Two other men, Jose Crisofono Valencia-Rios, 38, of Anaheim and Pedro Sanchez, 23, of Riverside are expected to appear in federal court today.

When flag-waving Mexican immigrants — often waving a flag other than ours — protested a couple months ago, one of their more outlandish slogans was “we’re legal, too” because they did honest work. Many — most — illegals do decent work, but we can’t forget that a porous border is a fine, fine tool for drug smugglers and (witness the silencers) murderers.

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June 27th 2006

Goofy E-Mail Stuff

I probably should have promised to never pass along any of the goofy emails I receive, but I’m glad I didn’t. Otherwise I couldn’t share these with you:

  • How come we choose from just two people for president and over fifty for Miss America?
  • I signed up for an exercise class and was told to wear loose-fitting clothes. If I had any loose-fitting clothes, I wouldn’t have signed up in the first place!
  • Why is it that our children can’t read a Bible in school, but they can in prison?
  • And low-life as all get out, but still the funniest of the bunch: I saw a woman wearing a sweat shirt with “Guess” on it. So I said, “Implants?” She hit me.

Seriously, the humor that blankets America is a wonderful thing, and a sign that we are a healthy and enviable country. Word-of-mouth gave way to the telephone which gave way to the fax which gave way to emails, and with each iteration, the laughter spread farther and we became more good natured, as God planned when He planted on this land.

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