Monday, August 22, 2005

Best Of Homespun Bloggers August 21st, 2004

The View from the Firehouse

In Response

It the easiest thing in the world to say you're a Christian, but to get up everyday and "walk the walk" can be one of the hardest. When Jesus says lose your life He not talking about death, He saying deny yourself what the world has to offer and follow me. Luke 12 says:


USA Rulz

I am mystified as to what is happening in our sweet home here in The

Righting America

Soldier Schools Matt Lauer of the TODAY SHOW

Ah, the arrogance of the Liberal Media. It never ceases to amaze (and amuse) me.

Yesterday morning, The Today Show made a surprise live broadcast from Iraq with their leading Liberal, Matt Lauer - who showed the comfortable and all-too-familiar ignorance of his profession while interviewing a soldier in-country. Although the topic of the interview was supposed to be an upcoming "teddy-bear drop" for the Iraqi children, Matt decided to get cute.

Mr. Lauer, in an interview with Captain Sherman Powell, seemed to anticipate very different answers from the young officer when he asked his leading questions…


Kelo v. New London

Looks like Kelo v. New London may have finally lit a fire under some heretofore immovable bottoms and property rights may become a serious issue in the upcoming election.


Shoot To Kill In London

I've been meaning to get to this since I heard about the new information that has come to light in the case of Jean Charles de Menezes, who was shot and killed by London police. It would seem that the powers-that-be in London decided to make the unforgivable mistake of covering up the truth. The thing of it is that the truth has a way of making its way to the light, and when it does those involved in the cover-up should not be forgiven (a la Richard Nixon).

spinbadz own

Grayladystan loserspeak

Behold the Republican president as seen through smug hallucinating eyes in the Willywonka chocolateworld that is modern Grayladystan.

These are the same people who loudly and endlessly opposed Bush's election, then his tax deductions, his Kyoto perception, his interventions, his road map, his re-election and all that was and is germane to his foreign policy and very governance.

Who poked fun at his intellect, and knives at his motives, his backers, his every move. All the while failing to raise anything like the same level of hyperbolic malice against random baby- and mother-slaying, atavistic religious tyranny, neanderthal female subjugation, and rank bigotry and chauvinism (except to the extent that it is Bush's fault that such threats hover over Iraq).

Don't Let Me Stop You

Another Manhole Fire

In Boston on the bus from the hotel to the train station the driver
had the radio playing. The newscaster said, "... and there's another
manhole fire in the North End." This struck us as peculiar. We'd
never heard of a manhole fire before, but apparently in Boston
they're an everyday thing, as common as threatening messages from