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Well, Well, Well

Well, Well, Well

| August 1, 2014 | 3 Comments

I ran across an interesting little story yesterday.  While rumors about the subject have circulated, good documentation has been hard to come by for nearly 13 years. Until now. Clinton on Sept. 10, 2001: I could have killed bin Laden but ‘I didn’t’ Gee.  That’s . . . interesting.   Looks like Richard Miniter was […]

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Nicholas Kristof: Our Blind Spot About Guns

Nicholas Kristof: Our Blind Spot About Guns

| August 1, 2014 | 4 Comments

In the pages of the New York Times, Nicholas Kristof writes an opinion piece titled Our Blind Spot About Guns. Kristof isn’t the brightest bulb, we’ve talked about some of his idiot pieces before. Like the time he thought that we should cut our military, back in 2010 and again the following year when he […]

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Alberti gone

Alberti gone

| August 1, 2014 | 5 Comments

KIRO-TV reports that they went to check on John Alberti who was a phony SEAL and hadn’t served a day in any military service who was laid to rest among real heroes. But it looks like Alberti’s remains are gone from the spot where we last saw him; “It’s in temporary storage for right now,” […]

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Friday morning feel good stories

Friday morning feel good stories

| August 1, 2014 | 1 Comment

Chief Tango sends us our feel good stories for this morning. The first is from Connecticut; Police said the robber walked into the Quick Food Mart at 305 New Haven Avenue around 11 p.m. Monday and shot an employee in the leg after demanding money That employee, Jehan Zeb, recounted the harrowing encounter Tuesday night. […]

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A Diaper Defense

A Diaper Defense

| July 31, 2014 | 49 Comments

First let me take a few paragraphs to clear the decks for those of you who will read the following and perhaps brand me an insensitive monster. I left Vietnam in 1966 with symptoms of PTSD even though at that time there was no such diagnosis; that entire concept and concern would come later, years […]

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So, What Do Montana Teachers Have to Say About Plagiarism?

So, What Do Montana Teachers Have to Say About Plagiarism?

| July 31, 2014 | 29 Comments

They’re obviously against it, right?  I mean, it’s one of Academia’s cardinal sins. So they must be aghast at the prospect of a plagiarist being elected to the US Senate, right? Not so fast.  According to Eric Fever, president of the Montana Education Association-Montana Federation of Teachers, it’s no big deal: Husband, father, soldier, straight talking, […]

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Army War College will judge Walsh

Army War College will judge Walsh

| July 31, 2014 | 21 Comments

Yesterday, we repeated the Associated Press article that reported the Department of Defense had claimed jurisdiction over the investigation into the plagiarism case involving Montana Senator John Walsh and his thesis at the Army War College. It seems that the DoD has walked back their involvement, according to another Associated Press article in Stars & […]

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Ventura/Janos not done?

Ventura/Janos not done?

| July 31, 2014 | 60 Comments

I was perfectly happy to let the Janos v. Kyle story die, but according to the Washington Times, little Jimmy Janos might not be done suing people; When asked about his next moves, Mr. Ventura suggested more legal action could be on the way. He said his upcoming plans are to “visit HarperCollins” for publishing […]

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