Monthly Archives: April 2004

The War on Terror is working

April 30, 2004 Comments Off on The War on Terror is working

From DoS: There were 190 acts of international terrorism in 2003, a slight decrease from the 198 attacks that occurred in 2002, and a drop of 45 percent from the level in 2001 of 346 attacks. The figure in 2003 ... Read More »

Who cares what Joe thinks?

April 25, 2004 2 Comments »

Joe Clark has gone public with the fact that he doesn’t like Harper and that he’s a sore loser. Oh wait, we knew that already. Anyway, he says he would stick with Martin over Harper Read More »

World Bank says poverty rate has halved

April 24, 2004 1 Comment »

This is amazing – and should have received much more press. When will we realize that the best way to alleviate poverty is economic growth, and the best way to enable growth is trade and a sound investment climate Read More »

O Scamada!

April 23, 2004 Comments Off on O Scamada!

The Liberals, meanwhile, look like groggy old hacks who’ve fallen in their own vomit: Adscam, Flagscam, Crownscam, Gunscam, Coppscam, Softwood lumbscam, Adrienne Clarkscam, Alphonso Scammiano, Canada Scamships, Earnscam, Shawiniscam, Auberge Grandscam, Viascam, the Royal Scamadian Mounted Police, and a few ... Read More »

Comment spam

April 23, 2004 1 Comment »

I can’t wait for the new version of Movable Type, the software underlying the blog. Much as I like running this space and seeing people post things from all over, recently it’s become a chore to go through and delete ... Read More »

Kerry vs. Kerry

April 21, 2004 2 Comments »

This is kind of fun, but make sure to click “more details” and read through the list of programs and policies he has been on both sides of. Amazing&# Read More »

These ads are sweet

April 17, 2004 Comments Off on These ads are sweet

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Coulter on the 9/11 commission

April 15, 2004 Comments Off on Coulter on the 9/11 commission

Democrats actively created policies that were designed to hamstring terrorism investigations. The only rap against the Bush administration is that it failed to unravel the entire 9/11 terrorism plot based on a memo titled: “Bin Laden Determined to Attack Inside ... Read More »

Who’s responsible for global poverty? From the Economist:

April 15, 2004 Comments Off on Who’s responsible for global poverty? From the Economist:

Surely there is no more commanding moral imperative for people in the West than to urge each other, and their governments, to bring relief to the world’s poorest. And what a tragedy it is, therefore, that many of the kind ... Read More »

CRIA is crying

April 7, 2004 5 Comments »

       Undoubtedly, the Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA) will appeal the recent decision that allows Canadians to freely copy and share music over peer-to-peer (P2P) services. The CRIA had followed in the footstep of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) ... Read More »

You can’t even satirize this stuff

April 6, 2004 2 Comments »

So prisons are going to double as polling stations? Comedians couldn’t write material this funny and sad. It appears the divorce between common sense and public policy is complete Read More »

Hans Blix, humanitarian extrordinaire

April 6, 2004 1 Comment »

Recently, Hans Blix said that the cost of liberating Europe from Hitler’s brutal rule was not worth the cost. Oh wait, my bad. He only said that liberating Iraq from Saddam and his industrial shredders and secret police wasn’t worth ... Read More »