Saturday, March 13, 2004

From the "Nothing Succeeds Like Success" files

(Via WorldNet Daily)

There was a reason that predators were hunted in the Old West. Wyoming is rediscovering that.

If China can do it, why can't the US?

(Via WorldNet Daily)

China is going to stop levying a tax on farmers that is over 4,000 years old. And we can't do away with an income tax that is less than 100? A sad commentary.

Liberals believe in freedom of speech--as long as they agree with the speech...

(Via WorldNet Daily)

Just in case you haven't been paying attention for the last umpteen years, here is another example of how our Leftist Liberals can't tolerate any view other than their own.

Rebecca Porter had an abortion at some point in her past and now regrets it. She availed herself of her First amendment guaranteed right of free speech to let Presidential Pretender John Kerry (spit) know about it. She was lucky enough to deliver the message personally and know that it was received:

"...he looked me directly in the eyes."

"I hope he saw my pain. I was not angry, just pleading with him to understand. You could see the shock and surprise on his face," Porter said.

And the reward from those who so prize the First amendment (and the Second, and the rest of the Constitution as well)?

But within seconds, a Kerry campaign staff member approached Porter and grabbed her sign.

"You can't have that sign here," the Kerry staffer said.

The sign tore and Porter let go. After he had possession of it, the Kerry staffer "tore it to pieces" and walked away. "He wouldn't even let me have the pieces," Porter said.

Of course, the Kerry campaign refuses to comment.

Think before you vote people. A lot is at stake.

Wednesday, March 10, 2004

Gee, haven't we seen something like this before?

OK, so we couldn't ban dofus lawsuits against gun manufacturers without those wacky kids from the Loopy Left chiming in with their "help", so let's try a similar move for the beleaguered fast food industry.

I am forced to wonder just what kind of foolishness our Liberal Losers will attempt this time? Let's see--we could ban Arby's "5 For $5.55" the way we ban high capacity magazines. Or perhaps any burger larger than .50 of a pound could be classified as an obese device. How about banning more than 2 evil condiments on the same bun? Oh, and no importations of any similar fast food.


California: The Land of Fruits, Nuts and Flakes

This doesn't need any further commentary. It stands quite well on its own,

Sunday, March 07, 2004

RFID tags in US currency?

It's long been rumored that the US Government can track the movements of individualized bills. That said, I'm not sure what to make of this article. I don't know from Snider's hound, so I don't know if they're like The Onion, or they're serious about this. Perhaps it's time to do some checking on my cash.