Friday, December 11, 2009
The Navy SEALs accused of giving a terrorist a fat lip get some love.
Now if the Navy brass would just get a clue.
Feel free to discuss in the comments.
(Edit 12/12/2009, 1822: Another checkpoint, 45 citations, 14 for DWI. At least their precentage is getting better.)
Thursday, December 10, 2009
A front-desk staffer told authorities that she'd received a complaint from a hotel guest who said the door to that room had been propped open on the night of Nov. 30 and that she noticed several "young men" entering and exiting. The guest also complained of hearing "sex noises" coming from the room, the arrest report said.
What makes this fun is that the guy is an "director of industry operations" at the ATF Houston office.
Wednesday, December 09, 2009
No more Vietnams. The military goes in, kicks ass and takes names. That's their job, and they're damn good at it. You want to build a country, send some community organizers.
Tuesday, December 08, 2009
For those who are curious, the guns are held in the vertical position by these. I have no connection with the company other than being a well satisfied customer. I just wish they made those neat gun hangers for .22s.
Monday, December 07, 2009
A network of liberal groups known as Velvet Revolution started an ad campaign offering $200,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the man whose trade organization has become a thorn in the side of the Obama administration and congressional Democrats.
The progression of the depression from an unemployment point of view. Note how the areas least effected are the ones that are termed "fly over" country by the coastal elites. Also note how those places are mostly agricultural (exception for the great western desert noted). They may be out of work, but it strikes me that they won't starve (assuming a willingness to work).
Let me know how raising food in the middle of your asphalt jungles works out for you, Change-oids.
Odd--it seems that I remember Lincoln being a...Republican, wasn't it?
Most delegates to the climate change conference haven't exactly been hoofing their way to Denmark's capital, swarming the city's airport with 140 private jets, 1,200 hired limousines and a carbon footprint the size of a small country.
And if the party at the conference gets slow, there are always alternatives.
The remains of a Japanese mini-submarine that participated in the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor have been discovered, researchers are to report today, offering strong evidence that the sub fired its torpedoes at Battleship Row.
Even after 68 years, the Sunday morning attack on Pearl Harbor is still making history.