Monthly Archives: June 2003

Mel Gibson’s Jesus movie

June 29, 2003 5 Comments »

Interesting story on Mel Gibson’s Jesus movie Read More »

Rich Lowry article

June 29, 2003 Comments Off on Rich Lowry article

Good Rich Lowry article comparing the 80s and 90s Read More »

Schwarzenegger for Governor

June 27, 2003 1 Comment »

He’s still not saying anything yet, but he’s also not denying it. We’ll know more after T3 comes out, but put me down as an “Arnold for Governor” supporter. Print up the bumperstickers, get the t-shirts ready, I want to ... Read More »

No taxes for some big earners

June 26, 2003 4 Comments »

This bothers me. Everyone needs to simplify their tax systems. While it is only one of every 1200, it is still ridiculous Read More »

Microsoft v. Sun

June 26, 2003 3 Comments »

A judge has ruled Microsoft does not have to include Sun’s Java in Windows. That makes sense to me. What do you computer guys think Read More »

Stron Thurmon has passed away

June 26, 2003 Comments Off on Stron Thurmon has passed away

From CNN – Former Republican Sen. J. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina, the longest-serving member of the upper house of Congress, died Thursday night. He was 100. I’m no huge fan of old ST, but you have to admire a ... Read More »

Evidence that sh couldn’t be trusted

June 25, 2003 Comments Off on Evidence that sh couldn’t be trusted

“The CIA has in its hands the critical parts of a key piece of Iraqi nuclear technology — parts needed to develop a bomb program — that were dug up in a back yard in Baghdad…The parts were unearthed by ... Read More »

Could it be?

June 25, 2003 Comments Off on Could it be?

Apparantly Hamas, the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades and Islamic Jihad have offered to suspend attacks against Israelis for three months. Let’s hope that is a) true and b) holds. But wow, if it does, we may actually see some progress Read More »

Affirmative action poll

June 24, 2003 Comments Off on Affirmative action poll

Interesting poll on affirmative action. Apparently US adults support it by 49-43, which surprises me. But it a relevant question on education, they oppose it by 69-27. I would imagine it would be similar if the question was asked about ... Read More »

Europe and GM foods

June 24, 2003 2 Comments »

I’m not really sure why the EU has such a problem with genetically modified foods. They seem like the world’s best long-term hope for a sufficient food supply Read More »

Howard Fineman article

June 24, 2003 6 Comments »

Good Howard Fineman article on where things stand for President Bush and the 2004 campaign. Dick Morris wrote a similar article today as well. Basically, they say Bush will compromise on all of the democrat’s issues, which will make him ... Read More »

The burden of government

June 24, 2003 2 Comments »

There’s some good news in this commentary, but it’s mostly very depressing. While a joint house – senate committee will now be able to review regulations passed by cabinet, that alone will hardly be able to stem the tide of ... Read More »