A too-close-to-call election in Italy
And we know what those too-close-to-call elections are like, don’t we? Via the BBC:Comment Posted By Sister Toldjah On 10.04.2006 @ 21:43
Italy’s general election is turning into an extremely close race, with early results pointing to a slender lead for PM Silvio Berlusconi.
Chris Hitchens on the Iraq/Niger/uranium issue
Hitch breaks all the details down regarding the claims that Iraq sought uranium from Niger:Comment Posted By Sister Toldjah On 11.04.2006 @ 09:04
In the late 1980s, the Iraqi representative to the International Atomic Energy Agencyâ€”Iraq’s senior public envoy for nuclear matters, in effectâ€”was a ...
On the Ben Domenech resignation
The blogosphere and the MSM were and are abuzz over the scandal involving RedState blog co-founder Ben Domenech, the conservative blogger the Washington Post chose to write for it’s conservative “Red America” blog.Comment Posted By Sister Toldjah On 25.03.2006 @ 11:46
As I noted in thi...
Conservative debate: when passion turns to poison
There are a lot of conservatives who have been long-time defenders of conservative columnist/author Ann Coulter. Yours truly stopped defending Ann about three years ago, when a fellow conservative helped me to realize that I couldn’t defend An...Comment Posted By Sister Toldjah On 11.02.2006 @ 09:55
Oh indeed - it’s definitely about hate!
… but not the “hate” to which this columnist for the Toronto Star is referring. Antonia Zerbisias writes in her blog today that the recent right wing blogburst - where bloggers across the spectrum (but mostly on the right) posted t...Comment Posted By Sister Toldjah On 7.02.2006 @ 16:32
Saddam’s #2 air force official: WMDs were moved to Syria
You won’t see much examinatino of this in the anti-Bush/Iraq war MSM, but the NY Sun has an article up today that quotes Saddam’s number 2 air force guy as saying Saddam’s WMD were moved to Syria before the Iraq war:Comment Posted By Sister Toldjah On 26.01.2006 @ 10:12
The man who ser...
Confirmed: Iraq was a terrorist training center
The media will keep you in the dark about this, but thanks to Stephen Hayes, we now know it’s been confirmed that Iraq was a terrorist training center, which trained at least 8,000 terrorists between 1999 and 2002 - some with ties to Al Qaeda. ...Comment Posted By Sister Toldjah On 8.01.2006 @ 11:43
Liberal newspaper: we don’t see the Iraq conspiracy
This was a refreshing change: a liberal newspaper taking a critical look at the administration’s rationale for the Iraq war, examining each argument carefully without inserting the spin so often found in opinion/editorial pieces on the Iraq war ...Comment Posted By Sister Toldjah On 28.12.2005 @ 20:34
Brief history of warrantless searches
… conducted in the name of national security, without huge sensational splashes about them in the New York Times, I might add:Comment Posted By Sister Toldjah On 22.12.2005 @ 08:21
One of the most famous examples of warrantless searches in recent years was the investigation of CIA official Aldrich...
Dems once again fail to find unified message on Iraq
Afraid of looking soft on terror, some Dems are expressing concerns that the loud chorus of antiwar remarks by top Dems like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Howard Scream, er, Dean, will hurt the party going into next year’s elections:Comment Posted By Sister Toldjah On 7.12.2005 @ 23:04