No Runny Eggs

The repository of one hard-boiled egg from the south suburbs of Milwaukee, Wisconsin (and the occassional guest-blogger). The ramblings within may or may not offend, shock and awe you, but they are what I (or my guest-bloggers) think.

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Archive for December, 2007

December 31, 2007

Prost for your health!

by @ 21:12. Filed under Miscellaneous.

(H/T – Free Republic)

A German study found that xanthohumol, found in hops and a key ingredient in proper beers, inhibits a family of enzymes that can trigger the cancer process, as well as help the body detoxify carcinogens. Not to be outdone, researchers at Oregon State found xanthohumol can kill breast, colon, ovarian and prostate cancer.

Bottoms up!

Happy New Year

by @ 17:04. Filed under Miscellaneous.

Have fun tonight, and don’t drink and drive.

This is one of the reasons why I support Fred Thompson

by @ 14:07. Filed under Politics - National.

At 17 minutes, it’s a bit long for the attention-deficit-disorder crowd, but it is worth the view.

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Anti-military lawyer damages Marine’s car on eve of deployment

The details are over at Blackfive. Short version:

- Sgt. Mike McNulty, who is on activation orders to go to Camp Pendelton and then Iraq on January 2, went to visit a friend in Chicago on December 1.
- Chicago lawyer Jay R. Grodner decided to key McNulty’s car, causing $2,400 worth of damage ($2,100 more than what the standard is for felony criminal damage to property in Illinois), and proceeded to verbally assault McNulty.
- In the first court appearance, Grodner tried to get off with paying McNulty’s $100 deductible, with McNulty’s insurance taking the rest of the hit. Despite “encouragement” from the Illinois States Attorneys, McNulty said, “Nuts,” and tried to push for the felony charge
- The State, saying that it wouldn’t be worth it to try to pursue felony charges because Grodner was a lawyer, countered with an offer to put Grodner on probation. Grodner rejected that, knowing the clock is ticking.

The next hearing in this case is today. Matt will be updating us with the latest developments.

Revisions/extensions (9:17 pm 12/31/2007) – Matt reports that the State will now be prosecuting Grodner to the full extent of the law. May the bastich be found guilty.

December 29, 2007

NFL Week 17

by @ 18:39. Filed under Sports.

We’re at the end of the regular season, the 2nd-hardest week to pick as so many teams have nothing of significance to play for. Not good, considering I went an extra-chunky 4-11-1 last week to bring me right back where I started. As always, the lines are from Bodog, so they may or may not bear any semblance to what your stateside Man is offering you.

Detroit @ Green Bay (-5) – Yeah, the Packers are one of those teams that, on paper, have nothing to play for. However, they need a bounce-back before the playoffs.
New Orleans (-1.5) @ Chicago – I’ll let 3 wood from JammieWearingFool handle this one – “The Bears have the 25th rated offense and the 28th rated defense. The Saints have the 5th rated offense and the 29th defense. So both defenses are equally bad, but New Orleans has a much better offense than the Bears. The weather Sunday in Chicago is supposed to be 35 degrees and cloudy, not so bad. The Bears have absolutely nothing to play for and have IR’d a lot of their players to protect them. Therefore, I take the Saints in a close one.”
Minnesota @ Denver (+3) – All in all it was all just bricks in the rookie wall.
New England (-14) @ NY Giants – Jimmy Hoffa says take the over-47.
Buffalo (+8) @ Philadelphia – You may want/like/get the points, but you’re not gonna need them. Stat of the week – Buffalo is 7-2 against teams that have not locked into the playoffs (including a win over the Redskins, which have the inside track on the last NFC wild-card spot).
Carolina (-3) @ Tampa Bay – Normally, I would say this line was whacked. However, Chuckie has already proven he will rest players, the Bucs have nothing to play for because of that, and the Bucs have not swept the Panthers since 2002.
Cincinnati (-3) @ Miami – Game of the Weak material here. Go under-45.
Jacksonville (+6.5 – game currently crossed out at Bodog) @ Houston – The AFC South is the toughest division in the NFL this year; last-place Houston is 7-8.
Seattle (pick’em) @ Atlanta – I don’t care if the Seahags have nothing to play for; the Dirty Birds have no business not giving boku points here.
San Francisco @ Cleveland (-10 – game currently crossed out at Bodog) – Neo is home one last time.
Dallas (+9) @ Washington – This is your mistake line of the week. It matters not that Dallas has home field wrapped up or that Terrell Owens will be out; they have a chance to screw the ‘Skins.
Pittsburgh (-3.5) @ Baltimore – The Steelers still have a chance at the #3 spot in the AFC. They desperately want it.
San Diego (-9) @ Oakland – Unfortunately for the Steelers, the Chargers have the inside track and the weaker opponent.
St. Louis @ Arizona (-6) – And the award for Most Disappointing Team goes to Duh Lambs.
Kansas City (+6) @ NY Jets – My man Hoffa is wondering what is going through the minds of the bookies; the Jets have no offense, and Kansas City has a defense.
Tennessee (-4.5) @ Indianapolis – The Colts have already announced they’re rolling over, as Jim Sorgi will be playing at least a half.

Fred vs the media – snowball edition

by @ 10:18. Filed under Miscellaneous.

I didn’t comment on this yesterday because I’m not generally given to commenting on the puff pieces. However, Bryan and the Hot Air commenters are making the video of Thompson getting back at a couple of reporters…
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…who targeted one of his staff with a snowball viral by wondering what the other candidates would have done.

December 28, 2007

Yet another Iowa pol becomes a Fredhead

by @ 23:17. Filed under Politics - National.

(H/T – Death By 1000 Papercuts via Curt)

Another piece of the conservative Iowa puzzle fell into place today as Rep. Gary Worthan endorsed Fred Thompson. Worthan pretty much summed up my thoughts: “I’ve been impressed with Fred’s ability to boil the issues down to the essential items, without a lot of hyperbole. He just plain tells the truth. We’re in a long hard struggle and there are no easy answers like some of the other candidates are coming with.”

Things are starting to gel, and as both Rick Moran and I pointed out on bRight @ Night, there is still a lot of room for movement in Iowa. The late endorsements from the politicians that matter, the Fred bus tour, and the blogburst (both the money raised and the numbers shown) have put Thompson on the far bank of the half-frozen river and in position to be the last man standing, not just the last conservative standing.

Wile E. Huckabee – suuuuuper genius

by @ 20:26. Filed under Politics - National.

I got a bit inspired by Brennan’s use of the word “brilliance” to describe Mike Huckabee’s latest two gaffes

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I know, I’m no Chuck Jones, and that isn’t from “Operation: Rabbit”, but it fits the entire Huck-A-Boom/Huck-A-Bomb theme.

Revisions/extensions (10:41 pm 12/28/2007) – Latest bout of genius from Huck – he took $52,000 in speaking fees from entities working on embryonic stem cell research, working on expanding access to the “morning after” pill, and pushing for more gun grabs (H/T – Slublog from both his place and AoSHQ).

Eggs on the ‘Net radio

by @ 19:20. Filed under Miscellaneous.

Jim Lynch, proprietor of bRight & Early, invited me on his bRight @ Night BlogTalkRadio show tonight at 9:30 pm to talk about the Thompson blogburst. Fortunately, I have at best third billing, because Jim also invited Rick Moran, the guy behind the blogburst, as well as Sean Hackbarth from the Thompson campaign.

The call-in number there is (718) 664-9725.

Fred Blogburst – Day 2 – SUCCESS!

by @ 14:42. Filed under Miscellaneous.

Well, it’s down to the wire. I wish I didn’t have to say that it was Day 2 of the blogburst, or down to the wire, but we don’t have the big money of a Giuliani or a Paul or a Clinton or an Obama. What we do have is numbers of ordinary people who have settled on Fred Thompson as their person for the White House.

As of 2:30 pm Central, or 2 1/2 hours from H-hour, we still needed $29,481 in the back of the red pickup. While we’ve raised enough to get the “Substance” ad on the air for a couple days, it’s not quite enough to keep it on the air through January 2.

Jim Lynch suggested skipping a couple lunches; I know I need to.

Fred took some time to film a combination “thank you/close that gap” message…
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Now, get that truck filled up.

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Revisions/extensions (7:09 pm 12/28/2007) – We did it. I was out battling the white death here in my corner of the land of cheese and beer so I don’t know what time we hit the mark, but as of 5:19 pm Central, the truck had $254,760. I thank you, and the Thompson campaign thanks you.

December 27, 2007

Fred Thompson Blogburst – Marbleheaders for Fred

by @ 17:46. Filed under Miscellaneous.

Revisions/extensions (5:46 pm 12/27/2007) – Bumped to the top. Fresher stuff below.

Revisions/extensions part 2 (10:44 pm 12/28/2007) – I guess I should’ve left a link to Day 2, but we were successful even without that. Thank you.

Rick Moran suggested it yesterday, and it’s conveniently timed with the return of the red pickup truck, so here’s my little pitch. While we’re not asking for a whole lot of money to get Thompson’s latest commercial…

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…on the air in Iowa, $248,846 by sundown Friday isn’t insignificant. So, if you are an American citizen, haven’t yet hit $2,300 in donations to the Thompson campaign, and have a bit of cash to spare, mash the button below to help fill up, nay, overflow that pick-em-up today.

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We Marbleheaders for Fred (thanks for the saying, Rick) have to start leveraging everything we have to get some momentum going against the conventional wisdom. Thompson is, by any conventional measure, up against it, and he’s the last conservative standing. All that’s standing between us and a continued slide to socialism are us. The original Marbleheaders were instrumental in getting the Continental Army across the Delaware 231 years and a couple nights ago to deliver an upset victory in the Battle of Trenton to the Americans. It’s our turn.

Worst. Reaction. Evah!

Bryan has the video of Ron Paul blaming America for the assassination of Benzair Bhutto and advocating the surrender of a nuclear-armed country to Al Qaeda.

The pic from Brian at Liberty Pundit says it all.
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Revisions/extensions (4:11 pm 12/27/2007) – Russ el-Slimeroad (Moonbat-Al Qaeda) gives Paul-Nut a run for his batshit crazy faux money (H/T – Ace).

R&E part 2 (4:20 pm 12/27/2007) – New NRE poll; who is more batshit crazy; Ron Paul or Russ Feingold?

Who is more batshit crazy?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Russ Feingold (51%, 69 Vote(s))
  • Ron Paul (49%, 65 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 134

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R&E part 3 (6:05 pm 12/27/2007) – Yet another reason to throw Feingold into the poll – mrbillsbraindrain points out his idea on Presidential diversity.

R&E part 4 (2:35 pm 1/3/2008) – Did you Paul-Nuts really think you could spam the poll to make the head Nut look better?

Cougars set loose in Manitowoc by punks, recaught

by @ 11:58. Filed under Miscellaneous.

The details, such as they are, are over on JSOnline’s DayWatch. Two things:

- Who knew Manitowoc had a zoo, much less cougars in said zoo?
- Why couldn’t the cougars have had a midnight punk snack?

Pakistan blowing up

by @ 7:47. Filed under Politics, War on Terror.

CNN is reporting former Pakistani Prime Minister Benzair Bhutto was assassinated earlier today following a suicide bombing that killed over a dozen of her supporters.

This is not good, folks.

Revisions/extensions (8:45 am 12/27/2007) – AKI is reporting Al Qaeda is taking credit…

"We terminated the most precious American asset which vowed to defeat [the] mujahadeen," Al-Qaeda’s commander and main spokesperson Mustafa Abu Al-Yazid told Adnkronos International (AKI) in a phone call from an unknown location, speaking in faltering English. Al-Yazid is the main al-Qaeda commander in Afghanistan.

Revisions/extensions part 2 (8:58 am 12/27/2007) – A couple places with better coverage than me: Hot Air and Free Republic (where I got the Al Qaeda claim from)

Roll bloat – bursting edition

by @ 6:42. Filed under The Blog.

Anybody with the blog name Right Wing Nut House belongs on any conservative’s or small-l libertarian’s blogroll. I don’t know why I failed to get Rick Moran on there before, but it’s there now.

December 26, 2007

And now the fall

by @ 13:34. Filed under Sports.

The Packer debacle was the perfect metaphor for Week 16. My last fantasy team standing made me a perfectly-sucky 0-4 in the playoffs (and team #4 didn’t even make it in). How the mighty fell:

Green Bay 7 (-9) @ Chicago 35 – Lovie Smith saved his job, dammit!
Kansas City 20 (+5-TIE) @ Detroit 25 – The losing record takes a week off in Detroit, vacations at the Egg compound.
Washington 32 @ Minnesota 21 (-6.5) – In one week, the Queens went from inevitable to outside looking in. Go Skins!
Pittsburgh 41 @ St. Louis 24 (+8) – I hate Mark Bulger.
Dallas 20 (-11-LOSS) @ Carolina 13 – The worst of all worlds.
Cleveland 14 (-3) @ Cincinnati 19 – I knew I should’ve taken Agent Smith at home against Mr. Anderson.
Houston 15 @ Indianapolis 38 (-7) – Did I actually nail a game through the uprights?
NY Giants 38 @ Buffalo 21 (+3) – That’s the last time I let Paul handle the money.
Oakland 11 @ Jacksonville 49 (-14) – Do the math.
Philadelphia 38 @ New Orleans 23 (-3.5) – Rule of broken thumb; offer the left hand to the guy with the hammer.
Atlanta 27 @ Arizona 30 (-10.5-LOSS) – Damn near as wrong as it gets.
Tampa Bay 21 (-6-LOSS) @ San Francisco – I’m soooooo going to have to have a “talk” with Gruden for not keeping the hammer down.
Miami 7 @ New England 28 (-22-LOSS) – The inevitable happened (take your pick on which inevitable)
Baltimore 6 @ Seattle 27 (-10 – line from MGM Mirage) – Thanks for keeping up the skeer, Walrus.
NY Jets 6 @ Tennessee 10 (-8.5-LOSS) – Ironically, the same rules applied to these nose picks.
Denver 3 @ San Diego 23 (-9) – When the scrubs play the 4th quarter, you know it’s all good.

The worst week ever ended up at 4-11-1 ATS and 1-1 O/U, to drop my ass back to .500 at 114-114-12 and kick the over/unders to the 19-12-1 curb. I’ll be back at it Saturday.

47 hours to the Cheddarsphere Holiday Party – er, 95 (and now 72 as of the extension)

by @ 13:09. Filed under Miscellaneous.

Revisions/extensions (12:05 pm 12/27/2007 – steveegg) – That’s the last time I let the EBS do the math.

This is the Emergency Blogging System. It has been activated because the moron that runs this place wanted it activated.

The Cheddarsphere Holiday Party begins at high noon, December 30, 2007, at Papa’s Social Club. Head over to Real Debate Wisconsin to RSVP and more details.

We now return you to your regularily-scheduled blogging.

December 25, 2007

Have a blessed Christmas

by @ 0:01. Filed under Miscellaneous.

If this looks familiar, it should be.

The account of Jesus’ birth from Luke 2:1-12 (NIV):

In those days Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should be taken of the entire Roman world. (This was the first census that took place while Quirinius was governor of Syria.) And everyone went to his own town to register.

So Joseph also went up from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to Bethlehem, the town of David, because he belonged to the house and line of David. He went there to register with Mary, who was pledged to be married to him and was expecting a child. While they were there, the time came for the baby to be born, and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.

And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. But the angel said to them, "Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord. This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger."

December 24, 2007

What critera did Forbes use in ranking Milwaukee #17 in education?

by @ 10:35. Filed under Education.

(H/T – Jon Ham)

Jon wondered how Durham, North Carolina ranked 20th in Forbes’ current list of Top 20 Places to Educate Your Child. The story from The Hearld-Sun pointed out that “(t)he article does not consider student achievement, dropouts or suspensions "” some of the more common factors used to determine school system success.”

Instead, Forbes used a 5-part criteria, with the public-school portion consisting of “the metro area’s average number of students per full-time equivalent classroom teacher (the lower the better) with its average instructional expense figure for student (the higher the better)”. In short, it was how many teachers and how much money was thrown at how few students. Guess that explains why Milwaukee got an “A” in that department. At least Forbes notes that “an impressive 18% of (K-12 students) attend one of Milwaukee’s exceptional private schools”, and the private-school portion of the grade was an “A+”.

As a side note, Madison was 2nd.

Revisions/extensions (12:35 pm 12/24/2007) – I need to learn to proof-read. Sorry about that, Mr. Ham.

Making a list, checking it twice

by @ 9:56. Filed under Miscellaneous.

Revisons (extensions are below; 8:12 am 12/25/2007) – I know I didn’t include everybody on my bloated roll, and with so many people, there just aren’t enough hours in the day to personally wish everybody a merry and blessed Christmas. Do have a merry and blessed Christmas, and a happy new year.

I’ll have my own Christmas wishes up late tonight (further revisions; they’re at the top of the main feed of the blog), but just in case you missed those from various people on the roll, allow me to point you to those that got started early for various reasons and I managed to remember (my apologies to those I will inevitably forget):

- Blackfive (that’s Blackfive Actual)
- The Wolf, also at BLACKFIVE
- Blackfive TV with a host of bloggers sending a video Christmas message to the troops
- Jim Lynch at bRight & Early
- sinistar at doubleplusundead
- Mary at Freedom Eden
- Bruce at Gay Patriot
- Daniel, also at Gay Patriot
- HeatherRadish at Hasenpfeffer Incorporated (revision; I should know better than to have gotten it wrong; I’m part German)
- Brian at Liberty Pundit
- Joey at PheistyBlog
- Keith Conrad at ProductionNinja.com (bet you miss the snow, but not the cold wind right about now)
- Slublog
- Dan at Still Spinning Blog
- Brennan at The American Pundit
- The Asian Badger
- ESK at TheWisconsinSportsBar
- Jonathan Garthwaite at TownHall
- Mary Katharine Ham at TownHall (sadly, no Christmas HamNation this year)
- USCitizen at Traction Control
- Billiam at View from the cheap seats
- Stephen Green the VodkaPundit
- Joey at Wide White
- James Wigderson at Wigderson Library & Pub
Extensions (11:03 am 12/24/2007):
- Caledonia Unplugged
- Chris at TheWisconsinSportsBar (forgive his spelling; he’s an atheist)
- Jim Geraghty at The Campaign Spot
- Patrick at Badger Blogger
Extensions part deux (11:30 am 12/24/2007) – last one for a while; I’ve got my annual 2 hours of store-blitzing to do and I’m hoping to make it 90 minutes or less:
- Ace at Ace of Spades HQ
- Mike at Flopping Aces
- the gang at RedState
- Peter at Texas Hold’Em Blogger
More extensions (5:50 pm 12/24/2007):
- Michelle, Bryan and Allahpundit over at Hot Air
- Dean at Musings of a Thoughtful Conservative
- Huckleberry Dumbell at Spring City Chronicle
- Gaius at Blue Crab Boulevard
- Doc at The Autopsy
- Karen Taubenheim at Thinking Out Loud
- JammieWearingFool
- Howie at The Jawa Report
- Laughing Wolf at BLACKFIVE (thanks for getting the video message up at YouTube, Uncle Jimbo)
- Mary Lazich at Conservatively Speaking
- Kathy Carpenter at Stepping Right Up
- Trail-Mix at Disgruntled Truck Driver
And the extensions keep on coming (7:55 pm 12/24/2007):
- Jay at Stop the ACLU
- Sister Toldjah
- Michelle Malkin (again, with many more videos)
Even more extensions (8:17 pm 12/24/2007):
- some of the Free Republic NASCAR Pit Crew
“Why do I insist on putting these up as I find them instead of waiting a while to allow more to come in?” extensions (8:42 pm 12/24/2007):
- The FReeper Foxhole at Free Republic
Last extension of Christmas Eve (8:55 pm 12/24/2007; early to bed/rise here):
- Jo Egelhoff at FoxPolitics.net
Christmas morning extensions (8:12 am 12/25/2007):
- Kate at An Ol’ Broad’s Ramblings
- Deebow at BLACKFIVE
- Owen (and Wendy and Jed) at Boots and Sabers
- A second helping of Trail-Mix at Disgruntled Truck Driver (because of the headline of the post – “Rejoice! Rejoice! Christ the Savior is born!”)
- Ed Driscoll
- Fausta at Fausta’s Blog
- Wordsmith at Flopping Aces
- A second helping of Bruce at Gay Patriot
- RadicalRon at JammieWearingFool
- Dad29 (who broke out the Latin)
- The late Vermont Royster over at OpinionJournal (as well as the Wall Street Journal)
- the crew at Pajamas Media
- Patrick McIlheran
- Fred at Real Debate Wisconsin
- The Game at Right from the Right
- Rick Esenberg at Shark and Shepherd
- The entire ‘E’ family at silent E speaks
- A second helping of Jay at Stop the ACLU
- JonJayRay at Stop the ACLU
- Aaron and family at Subject to Change
- A second helping of Peter at Texas Hold’Em Blogger
“I knew I should have refreshed my feed reader again” extensions (8:16 am 12/25/2007):
- Brian Fraley at Daily Takes
- Hugh Hewitt
“Adding those who waited until Christmas Day, or had their blogging software wait” extension (2:36 pm 12/25/2007):
- Marcus Aurelius at Blogger Beer
- Ian Schwartz
- the gang at Little Green Footballs
- Chris at On the Borderline
- Jeni at Sheboygan Shenanigans
- Teresa at Terry Ann Online
- Nick at The World According to (St.) Nick (the St. part is temporary)
- Weasel Zippers
I’ve lost count on the extensions (4:22 pm 12/25/2007):
- capper at Folkbum’s Rambles and Rants
- John McAdams at Marquette Warrior
- PaulNoonan at The Electric Commentary

I’m sure I’ll be adding to this as the day night rolls on (if I’m still awake and have the computer on, that is) tomorrow sometime today.

Why does government continue to insist on leaking secrets to the press?

by @ 8:51. Filed under Presstitute Follies, War on Terror.

First, we had ABC News telling us about the Transportation Security Agency’s Operations Center (H/T – Michelle Malkin). Now, we have Meg Jones of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, in a puff piece about how the FAA and NORAD track Santa, telling anybody with an Internet connection pretty much how to find the radar facility that tracks all planes flying above 8,000 feet around Lake Michigan, including O’Hare. At least ABC News didn’t tell certain “interested” parties how to find the facility within a roughly-20-mile drive up and down a single street busy enough to conceal drive-by surveillance or show a picture of the outside of said facility.

Roasted Paul-Nuts over a Hot Air fire

by @ 8:11. Filed under Politics - National.

Bryan’s roasting of Ron Paul’s piss-poor performance on Meet The Press is an instant classic, as well as the perfect excuse to break out some classic Paul-Nut imagery:

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Just a quick sample of something I commented on over there:

Evidently Paul doesn’t realize the utility that ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons would offer an Iran whose president has repeatedly declared his personal desire to wipe Israel off the map.

That’s just door #1, which would disqualify Paul on sheer stupidity.

Door #2 is that he doesn’t care if Israel is wiped off the map by nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles, in which case he gets disqualified for having no idea what the saying, "Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it," means.

Door #3 is the most-frightening; he’s rooting for Israel’s destruction. Judging by his quip that the cross equals fascism, I’d say it’s fair to state the door is unlocked.

December 23, 2007

Roll bloat – very forgetful edition

by @ 17:11. Filed under The Blog.

I could’ve swore I added The Campaign Spot much earlier. After all, I’ve been “borrowing” Jim Geraghty’s material the last 2 1/2 months.

More fun from B&E – Huck-I-Am

by @ 9:50. Filed under Politics - National.

Outstanding work from Jim Lynch, so I’ll just point you in the right direction.

I wonder if MKH would let him do the voiceover for a remake of a classic HamNation (I still say “To Hear Good News” would’ve won video of the year by a larger margin than “Sopranos: DC Edition” did, but that’s just me).

Defending the American Dream – Wisconsin Summit – 2/9/2008

by @ 8:45. Filed under Miscellaneous.

Clear February 9, 2008 on your calendars. Americans for Prosperity is having a Defending the American Dream – Wisconsin Summit that day at the Country Springs Hotel, 2810 Golf Road, Pewaukee (that’s the north frontage road off of I-94 between Highways T and G).

The fun starts at 8:30 am with registration and refreshments, speakers starting at 10, lunch at noon, two sets of breakout sessions (including one run by Leslie Graves), a closing speaker (to-be-announced), and a closing reception with Owen Robinson and Fred Dooley.

Registration is $29 ($15 for students), and is limited. I remember hearing 500 as that limit, so get to registering at the link above.

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