I never knew the left was this loony!

I absolutely love Rob Kall’s OpEd News. If an example of the looniness of the far left is ever needed, all I have to do is head there! Now we have David Swanson, formerly press secretary for Dennis Kucinich’s 2004 presidential campaign, and a a co-founder of one of Blu’s favorite organizations, After Downing Street, …

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DNA Data Bases and Insurance Companies

DNA can provide some indicators of genetic predispositions to certain diseases.  There is a fear that such information could be used to ‘cherry pick’ and allow only the healthiest of people to obtain medical coverage.   Those with the ‘right’ genes could well forgo paying for health insurance until they retire.  Others are not so …

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Patrick Kennedy vs the Tiahrt Amendment – Common Sense Wins

Many observed the quaint excuse made by Representative Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) for his recent accident. His claim that he was on his way to cast a vote may have been a way of claiming Congressional Immunity but the old ‘going into rehab’ scam seemed to take the incident off the radar screen. As the offspring …

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Plans & Timetables

Military planners often create a variety of contingency plans that are often more outlines than specific details. Early in the 20th Century, the Royal Navy had a contingency plan for a war with the USA. Timetables and schedules are prepared for operations but these are tactical and soon go as awry as the plans. Omniscience …

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And There Was Champagne All Around!

I just read Jes’s amusingly–but completely inaccurate–take on recent posts here at CSPT and how *sob* it’s not going to comment here anymore! I walked away from Dana’s blog (finally disgusted by Sharon’s open pleasure at the discovery of a village where dozens of Iraqis had been massacred by other Iraqis, which she seemed to …

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