Wednesday, May 10, 2006

All the blog fit to print

Well, it's another day and another night. Be careful as it's gonna be a stormy one.

Are you telling me that there may be a third President Bush? You have got to be kidding me!

If you are a politician, please start returning money from one Neil Voz.
Volz, who pleaded guilty Monday to charges of conspiracy to corrupt his former boss, Rep. Bob Ney, R-Ohio, has given $26,035 to Republican political campaigns and committees since 2002, according to the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics.

Among the donations was $2,000 to Bush's 2004 re-election campaign. Republican National Committee spokesman Aaron McLear said Tuesday the remnants of the campaign organization would give the money to a charity.

Volz was Ney's chief of staff until early 2002, when he went to work for the lobbying team led by Jack Abramoff, who pleaded guilty in January in the influence-peddling scheme.
The USA Network has some new initiatives for the new season starting in the fall. That reminds me that The Dead Zone is going to start up again in the summer! The Dead Zone returns on June 18th at 10 p.m. Monk starts up again on July 7.

It appears that Harris Miller, candidate for Senate in Virginia, is suffering from the Paul Hackett-syndrome.
The endorsement of James Webb (D) today by Sens. Harry Reid and Dick Durbin seems to be tacit recognition that nat'l Dems want Webb as their nominee.

National Dems want Miller out of the race, and soon.
I'm all for free speech but protesting at funerals is wrong and uncalled for. That's why I am glad this passed the House.
Sen. Evan Bayh, D-Ind., has introduced a broader bill in the Senate that would apply to funeral services for all current and former members of the military, regardless of whether their funerals are in national cemeteries. Protesters would not be able to come within 300 feet of the funeral while it is happening and up to an hour before or afterward.

Buyer said Bayh's approach is "overreaching federalism" and would face constitutional challenges.

Bayh said he wanted all military families to be protected and the War Powers clause gives Congress the power to do so.
The Red Sox won 14-3 yesterday. Josh Beckett picked up the win. Both Alex Gonzales and Manny Ramirez went yard for the Sox. Today, Curt Schilling starts against the Yankees' Mike Mussina.

The President has extended sanctions against Syria.

Why is Israel listed on the trade watch list?

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