Charity on December 24th, 2008

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Charity on December 24th, 2008

Things that don’t matter:
Caroline Kennedy, Sarah Palin, Kathleen Parker, Blagojevich, the Office of the President Elect, Barack Obama’s bare chest, Dick Cheney not being sorry for telling Pat Leahy to bleep off, or even any of the dozens of things I could blog about that actually have some substance to them.
Things that do matter:
Opening up [...]

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Charity on December 23rd, 2008

Here’s a little test.
If the canvassing board declares this ballot to be in the Other/No one category,

Then, what category does this ballot belong in.

a) Other/No one
b) Al Franken
If you answered (a), you have sound logical capabilities.  If you answered (b), you are either a complete moron, or you are part of the Canvassing Board deciding [...]

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Charity on December 20th, 2008

According to the Chicago Tribune, apparently compiled by a group of trained monkeys.  Seriously, this list is moronic.
Obviously, the best Christmas movie ever is A Charlie Brown Christmas.  Okay, maybe not the best, but at least top ten, right?  Well, they dropped it in at number 22.  But it gets worse.  Movies rated higher (closer [...]

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Charity on December 19th, 2008

The case that became known nation-wide after Bill O’Reilly railed against the Vermont judge who gave child molester Mark Hulett a 60-day prison sentence just got even more disturbing.
It turns out that the mother of the child, who was abused for four year beginning when she was only 6, knew about the abuse and did [...]

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Charity on December 18th, 2008

Ann Althouse has a very interesting, yet disturbing, post about Obama’s cardboard boob-grabbing speech writer, Jon Favreau.  You just have to read it.  It is unreal.
Admit it! You’re jealous of Jon Favreau!
Not really.  I am jealous of Ann Althouse, though.  I always wanted to study law.  Now I just want to have the time to [...]

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Charity on December 18th, 2008

“To me, the candy cane has only one context — and that is Christmas and because of this it is truly a religious sign.”
So says Charlotte resident William Gerson in a letter to the school board in which he was opposing the red and white striped pillars at the entrance to the Charlottle Central School, [...]

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Charity on December 16th, 2008

“If Ottis Toole was alive today, he would be arrested for the abduction and murder of Adam Walsh on July 27, 1981,” Hollywood Police Chief Chad Wagner said at an afternoon news conference announcing the end of the 27-year investigation.
The case is now officially closed.  Finally, John Walsh and his wife can have the peace [...]

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Charity on December 15th, 2008

The best part about blogging things a day or three after the news is that I don’t have to bore you with the back story.
By now you all read about the Iraqi journalist who threw a shoe at President Bush.
From a commentary at The Progressive,
Now I’m not for violence. But I am for standing up [...]

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Charity on December 13th, 2008

After the almost two year presidential race, finally, someone in the mainstream media admits that Barack Obama is “young and inexperienced.”
Let this be a lesson to all you naysayers out there, the American media always gets the story right… even if it is after it no longer matters.

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