Yearly Archives: 2004

It’s a rarity

December 31, 2004 Comments Off on It’s a rarity

A judge gets it right and the charter is involved: Blocking adoptions by non-natives violates Charter, judge rules Read More »


December 28, 2004 4 Comments »

Congrats, Jer & Kelly on the birth of the newest member of your family… we’ll understand if you don’t post as frequently for the next little while&# Read More »

Merry Christmas!!

December 24, 2004 Comments Off on Merry Christmas!!

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Story of the Year

December 23, 2004 3 Comments »

What do you think was the biggest or most important story of 2004? My vote is Bush’s re-election against all odds, but other prominent ones for me are: the continued violence in iraq howard’s election in AUS and Karzai’s in ... Read More »

Iraq through Iraqi eyes…well worth reading

December 21, 2004 Comments Off on Iraq through Iraqi eyes…well worth reading

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No Moore

December 21, 2004 1 Comment »

How great is it not to hear anything from Michael Moore lately? I just realized how nice it is that he isn’t in the news at all. Hopefully all the crow he’s eating isn’t hurting his figure… I thought of ... Read More »

How long until this is on CSI?

December 20, 2004 Comments Off on How long until this is on CSI?

A (relatively) happy ending to a terrible story Read More »

A timely reminder from the AEI:

December 17, 2004 Comments Off on A timely reminder from the AEI:

When I was in high school, the big environmental panic was “a looming ice age.” Consider this excerpt from “The Cooling World” in the April 28, 1975 edition of Newsweek: “There are ominous signs that the Earth’s weather patterns have ... Read More »

OBL’s latest

December 17, 2004 Comments Off on OBL’s latest

I basically ignore anything that Al Queda says now because they are all talk and regularily full of huey, but it is interesting to notice the progression. At one point they were full or wrath and fury and declaring they ... Read More »

Martin vs. Harper vs. Klein?

December 16, 2004 Comments Off on Martin vs. Harper vs. Klein?

Looks like there is a divide and conquer strategy in play on the marriage bill that will be introduced in January Read More »

Not completely Useless

December 15, 2004 3 Comments »

Via Focus on the Family’s email newsletter: The United Nations General Assembly has passed a surprisingly strong endorsement of the traditional family and marriage. It affirms among other things that: “The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of ... Read More »

Best case scenario

December 14, 2004 Comments Off on Best case scenario

Looks like the best possible outcome on marriage in this country is to defeat the new legislation and then have the existing law go back to the SC. Or try to introduce a new law affirming the traditional definition and ... Read More »