Saturday, February 07, 2009

The car of your future!


Friday, February 06, 2009

Oval office dress code

Anya Strzemien on Huffington Post blogged One day after President Bush's former Chief of Staff Andrew Card blasted President Obama for breaking the Bush dress code, which reportedly required that a jacket be worn by anyone entering the Oval Office, we've unearthed a photo of, well, a jacketless President Bush in the Oval Office.

They also showed photographs of JFK, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, and Bill Clinton in the Oval Office without a coat. They did not include a photo of Bill Clinton in the Oval Office without his pants. I guess they would like to forget that part.


Wednesday, February 04, 2009

This is outrageous

The Australian reported A woman suspected of recruiting more than 80 female suicide bombers has confessed to organizing their rapes so she could later convince them that martyrdom was the only way to escape the shame.
That is outrageous.
Samira Jassam, 51, was arrested by Iraqi police and confessed to recruiting the women and orchestrating dozens of attacks.
This shows what little value women are held in, in the Muslim world.
In a video confession, she explained how she had mentally prepared the women for martyrdom operations, passed them on to terrorists who provided explosives, and then took the bombers to their targets.


Sunday, February 01, 2009

The case for drilling in ANWR

Sarah Palin opined I am dismayed that legislation has again been introduced in Congress to prohibit forever oil and gas development in the most promising unexplored petroleum province in North America -- the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, in Alaska.
What do you expect? The Democrats have a big enough majority in both houses to ram through anything they want, and you can't count on Obama to stop them.
Let's not forget: Only six months ago, oil was selling for nearly $150 per barrel, while Americans were paying $4 a gallon and more for gasoline. And today, there is potential for prices to rebound as OPEC asserts its market power and as Russia disrupts needed natural gas to Europe for the second time in three years.