Saturday, July 28, 2007
Adelaide Green Porridge Cafe with Online Newspapers
Advice From A Fake Consultant with On Data Collection, Or, Help Us Learn More About "Alternate Lunch"
An Insomniac with Back in the UK
American and Proud with Freed Gitmo Inmates Immediately Return to Jihad
Dumb Ox Daily News with Super Fred Dead ?
Lubbock Marine Parents with Great Websites
Conservatives for Fred:
The Northwest Conservative Underground with Clueless liberals think they can Police Better!
Conservative Beach Girl with Is Connecticut a safe haven for felons, illegals, and more?
Onsei Kick with Treasurer Battle?
Blue Star Chronicles with The Mystery of the ‘Kissing Sailor’ May Have Been Solved
Semper Gratus! with VAJoe.com Giving Away $Money$ Again
GM's Corner with More On Scott Thomas - The Intrepid GM Grabs His Magnifying Glass And His Calabash Pipe, Puts On His Deerstalker Cap and Solves The Case.
INSIGHT on Freedom with What IS a Veteran?
Soldiers Angels New York with Review: May No Soldier Go Unloved
NoisyRoom.net with Rice and Gates in Saudi Arabia Tuesday to promote new US triple-level defense strategy against Iranian threat
Reject the U.N.:
THE ASTUTE BLOGGERS with MUSHARRAF STAYS ON THE OFFENSIVE: TROOPS ATTACK AL QAEDA IN WAZIRISTAN; COPS ATTACK RED MOSQUE; MAKES DEAL WITH POLITICAL RIVAL BHUTTO
Purple Avenger with The Ball Screw
JUDEOPHOBE WATCH with Breaking Jews: Christianity A Fiction Fashioned By Semites
Cigar Intelligence Agency with Barack Obama, Neville Chamberlain for the 21st Century
Basti Says with RELATED: The Field Guide to Trolls (Which One Are You?)
A NEWT ONE with SNOOPER SHOW WENT GREAT (audio, so click to website)
Digital Rambler with yahoo’s spreadsheet viewer
I, Ramble will not allow me to open it, be careful
Lost Rambling with I haven't disappeared.
So, the other day I received a copy of a subpoena from a web-company that I do business with. Apparently they received a subpoena for my contact information because of a link to my page on their service from a blog I have never seen before in my life. Apparently, the company that is suing seems to think I write the blog in question (hint: it is not this blog, and this is my only blog).
The claim is that the blog in question contains some information that was obtained and posted illegally. The really scary thing is that the information that was posted seems to be talking about the company that is suing, the CIA, and war crimes. That is some heavy stuff.
The funny thing is that the web service that I do business with includes a link back to my personal site. Yet this company is trying to sue Cafepress for information about who I am. It is kinda tempting to send them a letter saying “hey dip-sh!#$, my name is Jackson Miller. It says it right f*(%!#&& there in your subpoena” (there is a screenshot for the web company I do business with). Of course, I will not really do that since I am a big pussy. Come to think of it, maybe I will.
Good luck to Mr. Miller. When will the people learn?
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Murtha pushes new troop withdrawal plan
By ANNE FLAHERTY, Associated Press Writer 9 minutes ago
WASHINGTON - A leading Democratic House Iraq war critic said Wednesday he'll soon push legislation that would order U.S. troop withdrawals to begin in two months and predicted Republicans will swing behind it this time.
I do love the optimism from Murtha on the support he'll garner this time around. This kind of optimistic impulse should usually be rewarded. Maybe a treat of some kind.
In response to Murtha's proposal, House Republican Leader John Boehner said Democrats were ignoring progress in Iraq.
"If they are not listening to reports from our generals today, how does anyone believe they will make an honest and objective decision in September?" Boehner, R-Ohio, said. "Our national security is not a political football, and Republicans aren't going to treat it as such."(link)
And deep into the article we get the money quote from the Republican side. If the Democrats are going to claim a failure before even listening to the reports, what makes us trust them? (nothing if their approval ratings are accurate ~ 14%)
Sunday, July 22, 2007
Sen. Feingold proposes censuring Bush
1 hour, 6 minutes ago
WASHINGTON - Liberal Democratic Sen. Russ Feingold said Sunday he wants Congress to censure President Bush for his management of the Iraq war and his "assault" against the Constitution.
But Feingold's own party leader in the Senate showed little interest in the idea. An attempt in 2006 by Feingold to censure Bush over the warrantless spying program attracted only three co-sponsors.
Feingold, a prominent war critic, said he soon plans to offer two censure resolutions — measures that would amount to a formal condemnation of the Republican president. (link)
His last attempt wasn't too good and I wouldn't expect this one to garner much support either. But there is that 14% number to look at and many Democrats may try to use this to bolster their sinking 'mandate'.
With what the Democrats have (not) accomplished already, this bill fits right in with their agenda.