Thursday, August 02, 2007

The Cat Who Knew Too Much

Personally, I think he's killing them.

Lest We Forget

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Matt Groening: Life Is Swell

The latest from my friend Dave Shulman.

Dems Desperate to Loose War Before Army Wins It

"If only they fought as hard to win the war, as they do to force a surrender."


What’s Ian Smith doing these days?

From the article:
Mr. Mugabe has cast the price cuts as a strike not against hyperinflation, but against profiteering businesses that he says are part of a Western conspiracy to reimpose colonial rule. In that view, price rollbacks are the government’s countermeasure.

I can think of worse things-the status quo for instance.

On the plus side, it's nice to see the New York Times embrace the free market for a change.

The Always Insightful Camille Paglia

From the article:

Progressives must start recognizing the spiritual poverty of contemporary secular humanism and reexamine the way that liberalism too often now automatically defines human aspiration and human happiness in reductively economic terms. If conservatives are serious about educational standards, they must support the teaching of art history in primary school—which means conservatives have to get over their phobia about the nude, which has been a symbol of Western art and Western individualism and freedom since the Greeks invented democracy. Without compromise, we are heading for a soulless future.