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She's the new darling of the anti-Bush Left.
Some say she's a grieving mom. 

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Sincerity was something Cindy had hoped to find in the meeting. Shortly after Casey died, Bush sent the family a form letter expressing his condolences, and Cindy said she felt it was an impersonal gesture. "I now know he's sincere about wanting freedom for the Iraqis," Cindy said after their meeting. "I know he's sorry and feels some pain for our loss. And I know he's a man of faith."
--The Vacaville Reporter, her home town paper, 06/24/2004, one year before her Crawford squatting tour begins

One might speculate that her son’s death freed Cindy Sheehan to take a more prominent role in stating the convictions she long held. Her hatred of President George W. Bush apparently harkens back to well before her son ever set foot in Iraq. In “An Open Letter to President George Bush,” published in the Not In Our Name newsletter shortly after the 2004 presidential elections, she wrote: "George, in 2000 when you stole that election and the Democrats gave up, I gave up, too. I had the most ironic thought of my life then: 'Oh well, how much damage can he do in four years?'"
--Exposed in FrontPage Magazine, a must read.

The friends of Cindy Sheehan, at Power Line

For that story, you have to go to the Vacaville (Calif.) Reporter, her hometown paper. "I know now he's sincere about wanting freedom for the Iraqis," she told the paper in 2004. "I know he's sorry and feels the pain for our loss. And I know he's a man of faith."

Compare that to her Aug. 7 interview on CNN: "Every time we tried to talk about Casey and how much we missed him, he would change the subject. And he acted like it was a party."
-- The rest of the story about Cindy Sheehan

The Times doesn't elaborate on Mrs. Sheehan's description of herself as "radicalized." Through her own words, unreported by either Time or the Times, she makes clear that she has embraced a grotesque ideology that goes far beyond garden-variety Angry Left paranoia--though it includes plenty of that, as National Review's Byron York reported last week.
-- Jame Taranto

LaShawn Barber calls the conservative bloggers' attention Cindy Sheehan "piling on". Almost every commenter disagrees.

It is very hard to feel sorry for Cindy Sheehan since she has alligned herself with the radical left. I do feel for her but it is getting increasingly difficult.
-- GM's Corner

An Exposaic Compendium



How he lied about Bush and 9/11: Slate

How he flip-flopped on unilateral action: InstaPundit

Flip flopping on France: Right-Thinking

Angry about bike paths, ambivalent about bin Laden: WSJ

Dean's Dim Team: NRO

His problems with the truth: Washington Post

How his Energy Commission met in private: Yahoo!

Beyond the Mainstream: Washington Post

Dissembling at best, lying at worst: Spinsanity

On foreign policy: David Brooks

Lying about his MIA brother: Real Clear Politics

Lying about his MIA brother: Drudge

His stupidity regarding race in America: Slate

"Dealing with race is about educating white folks": Tagorda

Flip-flopping on Iowa Caucuses: Fox News





Bill O'Reilly Contact Center
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Bush Lied!

You know how it goes, say it with me now:

"Bush Lied, People Died!"

"One, Two, Three, Four,
Unemployment? Start a War!"


Of course Iraq had forbidden weapons
WSJ Opinion Journal

Halliburton: The Clinton Payoff

Halliburton: The Bush/Iraq Scandal that Wasn’t

More Halliburton

Rewriting History To Attack Bush On Iraq

Only Saddam Told the Truth
The Age

Clinton and WMDs in 1998



Carter, Jimmy


His Trail of Disaster
http://www.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2002/5/12/164726.s html








(and stuff)


BSNN's Movie Posters

BSNN's Fun Photos

Bush Country Cartoons

Cagle's Megasite

Edzed's List

Slick.com Fun Zone

Terry's Take

Protest Warrior


Clinton, Bill


The Legacy



Corporate Fraud

They love to blame it on Bush, don't they?

The facts show though that the
corporate fraud that has decimated
the 401(k) accounts of "working families"
started during the Clinton Years.
Clintonites claimed that lying for personal
gain, even at the expense of others,
wasn't so bad. Too many corporate
executives ran with the notion.


Adelphia Fraud allegedly started in 1999

Enron Fraud allegedly started in 1997

Global Crossing's allegedly improprieties started in 1999

Worldcom Fraud allegedly started in 1999


Global Warming


Telegraph News: Middle Ages were warmer than today, say scientists
Claims that man-made pollution is causing "unprecedented" global warming have been seriously undermined by new research which shows that the Earth was warmer during the Middle Ages.

Global Warming Lecture
Audience: Anyone who is concerned over the hysteria generated by the current misinformation about Global Warming.




The Smallest Minority: Daily opinion and information

Kim du Toit: A Second Amendment Compendium

Clayton Cramer: Civilian Gun Self-Defense Blog

Raging Dave: An Essay Regarding The Second Amendment



Iraq: An Imminent Threat



Iraq: Progress In


"Iraq is the only Arab country today where all political parties, from communist to conservative, operate freely. Visitors will be impressed by the openness of the political debate there, something not found anywhere else in the Arab world. Also, for the first time, Iraq has no political prisoners." 

Iraqis welcomed U.S. troops, local Marine says"When we have kids someday," Cristea said, "and they're learning about (Operation) Iraqi Freedom, I'll say 'Don't read that -- sit down and let me tell you what really happened' and I'll bring out all the notes."


Iraq: WMDs



Federation of American Scientists
On the basis of the last seven years' experience, the world's experts conclude that enough production components and data remain hidden and enough expertise has been retained or developed to enable Iraq to resume development and production of WMD. They believe Iraq maintains a small force of Scud-type missiles, a small stockpile of chemical and biological munitions, and the capability to quickly resurrect biological and chemical weapons production.

Federation of American Scientists
We cannot confirm whether Iraq succeeded in acquiring uranium ore and/or yellowcake from these sources. Reports suggest Iraq is shifting from domestic mining and milling of uranium to foreign acquisition.

The Guardian
Iraqi agents have been negotiating with criminal gangs in the Democratic Republic of Congo to trade Iraqi military weapons and training for high-grade minerals, possibly including uranium, according to evidence obtained by the Guardian.

A representative of al-Qaeda bought enriched uranium capable of being used in a so-called dirty bomb from the Congolese opposition in 2000, according to sworn testimony quoted in a French newspaper Thursday (13 Nov 2003).



Iraq: Ties to Terrorism



National Review
OSAMA BIN LADEN and Saddam Hussein had an operational relationship from the early 1990s to 2003 that involved training in explosives and weapons of mass destruction, logistical support for terrorist attacks, al Qaeda training camps and safe haven in Iraq, and Iraqi financial support for al Qaeda--perhaps even for Mohamed Atta...

Likely due to the fact that we have in custody numerous al-Qaeda members, including apparently one of the top brass, saying that Sammy was helping them out with chem/bio warfare. We already saw that Abu Khabab and Co were more than ready to use that with the dead dogs and then there’s Zarqawi’s nastiness in Europe last year to consider. That makes the results of their working relationship thus far extremely troubling in of itself..

The New York Post
Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein gave terror lord Osama bin Laden's thugs financial and logistical support, offering al Qaeda money, training and haven for more than a decade, it was reported yesterday.

Janet Reno's Justice Department
"In addition, al Qaeda reached an understanding with the Government of Iraq that al Qaeda would not work against that government and that on particular projects, specifically including weapons development, al Qaeda would work cooperatively with the Government of Iraq," the indictment said.

The Weekly Standard
OSAMA BIN LADEN and Saddam Hussein had an operational relationship from the early 1990s to 2003 that involved training in explosives and weapons of mass destruction, logistical support for terrorist attacks, al Qaeda training camps and safe haven in Iraq, and Iraqi financial support for al Qaeda--perhaps even for Mohamed Atta--according to a top secret U.S. government memorandum obtained by THE WEEKLY STANDARD.



Media Bias


Honest Reporting

Media Research Center

Rather Biased (Dan Rather)

Michael Moore


Michael Moore, Humbug
So how has an embittered, cynical man with a paranoid streak as wide as Montana and a dysfunctional relationship to the truth been able to present himself so successfully as a compassionate, salt-of-the-earth, truth-seeking hero?


Rachel Corrie


Picture of an Angel

The Definition of Stupidity

The Making of a Martyr
Sandra Jordan reports from Rafah on the death of American activist Rachel Corrie,
crushed by an Israeli bulldozer as she battled to prevent destruction at a refugee camp.


Sanctions in Iraq


UN sanctions did not kill the hundreds of infants displayed over the years - it was neglect by the former regime, Iraqi doctors in Baghdad tell Charlotte Edwardes
The Telegraph





Tax Facts

Tax Burden: Who Pays Income Taxes? (great charts circa 1999)


War In Iraq

Reforming Iraq a gamble, but it's got to start somewhere
No one knows what regional "reform" will look like down the road. The odds are not good. But they're better than the certainty of disaster that another couple of decades of Baathism, Wahhabism, Hamas and the Ayatollahs will bring. When the most prominent Saudi trust-fund baby is Osama bin Laden and the most famous middle-class Egyptian is Mohammed Atta and the only example of Arab pluralism is a Christian deputy prime minister of Iraq who enjoys gassing Kurds and lobbing Scuds at Israel as much as his Muslim masters do, one thing is sure: The status quo is not an option.

Son of Saddam
As Iraq's top Olympic official, Uday Hussein is accused of the torture and murder of athletes who fail to win.

Top Ten Myths About the War in Iraq
War brings forth strenuous efforts to report what is happening and why. It also brings forth many persistent myths. Here are ten of them. There are more, but you get the idea.

Mutual Incomprehension
In interviewing Dick Cheney on Meet the Press this Sunday, Tim Russert kept coming back to the question a lot of us, on both sides of the war issue, are asking: How on earth did the United States come to be so isolated?

Scientist hid nukes in Iraq 20 years ago
Gazi George is certain that Iraq is hiding weapons of mass destruction, because he used to be one of the people hiding them. Two decades ago, while he was employed by the Iraqi Atomic Energy Commission, George says he hid 39 rods of enriched uranium -- enough to build two nuclear bombs -- in a hastily converted swimming pool near the grounds of the Osirak nuclear power plants at Tuweitha.

Dead Kurds

More Dead Kurds

And More Dead Kurds

Stance on Iraq - What The Democrats USED to Say

Who Are The Protestors?
Confronted with this highly organized global campaign, one cannot help but ask a few questions. Who leads it? What do they stand for? What can they achieve? And who benefits from their deeds?

The Bush Administration versus Hollywood
So, just how ignorant are these people who are running the country? Let's look at the biographies of these "stupid", "ignorant", "moronic" leaders, and then at the celebrities who are castigating them.