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Archive for June 28th, 2006

Carthage it is

The Pallies claim to have murdered at least one of the hostages (UPDATE: IDF confirms, they found the body). Plus, Al Aqsa claims to have rockets with chemical warheads, and more specifically to have fired one into Israel. And yet the Israelis remain the bad guys in all the press reports.

Charles breaks through the tip-toeing here.

Tres anos!

Babalu Blog is 3 years old today. Go give Val a kind word.

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  • Hmm

    There’s fantastic coverage of the IDF’s summer cleanup in Gaza on Israellycool.

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  • ATC

    Ask the Cats™ about the failure of the flag-burning amendment (yet another cute attempt by the RINOs to distract conservatives from their failures).

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  • How are Pallies like rednecks?

    Major family tragedies strike after “Hey, check this out!” for both groups.

    Tip of the iceberg

    Michelle Malkin on the “terrorist-tipping Times”.

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  • Acidic update

    The “after-service celebration” sounds perfect. Wish I could be there. And here are a bunch of details, including links to an obituary and a (currently knocked down) link to one of Rob’s original songs.

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  • “Bush lied!”

    Mark Steyn on immigration.

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  • Jeff experiences them firsthand.

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  • Finally!

    Muir got a real web designer so now I can properly permalink DBD strips.

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  • Leak!

    Cox & Forkum take on the Grey Lady.

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  • Uhh, yeah. Where’s John Bolton when you need him?

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  • The “screw them” party

    Hillary won’t like it, but Kos is increasingly being used to characterize the Donks.

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