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Sunday Weekly Review – War over the Supreme Court!

July 3, 2005

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The President’s warmed-over rationale Tuesday night for our attacking Iraq is garnering a predictably tepid response.
What he has missed is the larger point: his doctrine can be used as justification to invade ANY COUNTRY ON EARTH. And I think, if we’re going to start anywhere, we should consider Canada. Not only can we get a direct connection to Alaska, but Canada — a country that believes in human rights — might just teach half of America the importance of moral, family values, and equality for all.
1) Should journalists be compelled to reveal their sources if their sources are involved in criminal activity?
2) Can eminent domain (the taking of private property for public use with just compesation) be done where some of that private property for “public use” goes to private interests?
And, if time permits:
— Karl Rove mastermind of CIA-leak to stop Ambassador Joe Wilson
— Canada and Spain allow gay couples to marry
— San Diego Republican Congressman “Bribery Duke” Cunningham is going down
— Sudan, Halliburton, Bolton, and flag-burning…

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  • jeff m. July 4, 2005 6:27 pm

    This is a new term for me,but I found it interesting enough to share…..(just read the first, very short paragraph,under the heading of “dictionary”.)……..;jsessionid=arr0kaaj62e1n?method=4&dsid=2222&dekey=Thomas+Malthus&gwp=8&curtab=2222_1&sbid=lc03b&linktext=Malthusianism
    Anyone else notice the Malthusian connection in Governmental “policy”??

  • Edward Nigma July 4, 2005 6:13 pm

    One Dr .A. Adler posted: “There are geniouss and idiots in every state but this is the overall average in each state.”
    I normally [99.99% of the time] would never correct typos or the improper usage of a word as it is the last bastion of an indefensible position and most would correct mistakes if they proofed a message. That said, I take no position on the post, but rather am amused at the irony of discussing how bright people are who, on average, voted for Kerry.
    The word is not “geniouss” and if this individual is a “Dr” I am fearful as to where the degree came from and how it was obtained.
    The usage for the plural of genius would be “geniuses”. If the above is acceptable usage I’d enjoy seeing a source and will stand corrected.
    They taught me all this in Genius School. No brag, just fact. Don’t blame me, my mother was brilliant. I tried my best to be average, but we left the democrat party when I was about 13.
    So, did “Dr .A. Adler” vote for Bush?
    Edward Nigma