Inoperable Terran

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CAIR is hyperventilating

Really. What else could you call this?

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  • Heh

    Bush’s approval rating is low, but the Democrats have now tied him on the way down.

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  • Show tunes

    Here’s the weekly Mark Steyn/Hugh Hewitt transcript. Includes Steyn talking about how he “flounced off in a big queeny huff”. Really.

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  • Assets acquired

    More fun in Iraq.

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  • Bombshell of the week

    The Democratic governor of Kansas apparently delayed asking for federal help on Howard Dean’s advice so it would appear that the Bush administration was slow to respond. (And, in the process, causing more people to die).

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  • Blowing up

    The Star Tribune’s folly has gone national. Plus, a departing editor whines about the indignity of being forced by the previous owners to run Jonah Goldberg columns.

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  • There is no free speech in college

    At least not if you wish to have Constitutional rights.

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  • Creeping Islamification

    It’s happening even at George Mason University, home of Dr. Walter E. Williams.

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  • Londonistan

    Christopher Hitchens vists his old haunts.

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  • Tribunal

    Even Damon supports Lileks. And he’s typically clever about it, too.

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  • When life imitates advertising

    NBC had a promo running on their website where you could sign up to have Alec Baldwin call a friend and deliver a short message. Naturally that’s not such a hot idea anymore.

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  • Nobody’s entirely sure why, but I’ll offer up that the Nielsen system has been completely busted since the invention of cable TV.

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  • Interesting

    Apparently moderate Democrats (like the ones who got them power this year) are going to vote with Republicans and short-circuit Pelosi. This oughta be good.

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  • Hizb’Allah in South America

    Border security: it’s not just “jobs Americans won’t do” anymore. (Not that it ever was).

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  • CNN censors Glenn Beck

    They wouldn’t allow him to play the now-infamous Palestinian Death Mickey footage.

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  • Not what you’re thinking

    Zed has a good comeback.

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  • “Epitaph for a bastard”

    A very apt writeup on Chirac.

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  • There’s another one

    The catmeat imam may be being temporarily quiet, but don’t worry: Australia has more to offer. In this case, a sheik who says it’s ok to kill infidel kids.

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  • Not too smart

    6 “Islamic” men have been arrested as part of a plot to attack Fort Dix. These guys weren’t too smart – they were caught after taking their training tapes to a video store to get dubbed onto DVD. (Not to mention that 6 guys vs. an Army base seems like bad odds even if they’re the A-Team).

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  • Hostilities

    More fun in Iraq with Jan.

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  • Can’t let go

    Feminists and the Duke case, that is. Do watch a little of the video clip – the “interpretive dancer” looks like a Hobbit on a bender.

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  • Slight under-estimate

    Previous reports indicated that 2000 UK Muslims were on an MI5 terror watch list. Turns out that’s 4000.

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  • Axe falling

    Lileks confirms it: 145 laid off at the Strib (well, it’s a start). Also, a 24 recap, that very nicely covers the two things that annoyed me most about that ep (Doyle’s total lack of stealth at the copper warehouse and the amazing resemblance of Jack’s nephew to Doyle).

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  • Interesting

    Despite being very hard left, the BBC is still willing to run programs showing the RoP in a negative light.

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  • Not just Nifong

    The police didn’t handle things well at Duke either.

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