Monday, January 23, 2006

2 6 8 10 New Bloggers


Sunday, January 22, 2006

Best Of Homespun Bloggers January 22nd, 2006

Bloggin' Outloud

Behind the Scenes at the Dog Show

You might well imagine the gossip, back-stabbing, and in-fighting that goes on behind the scenes at international beauty pageants. Who would have thought that dogs could be just as petty! Here's what our hidden cameras caught at the Japanese Dog Fashion Show held recently in Tokyo.


Choose your Canada

Do you want a country/government that tells its citizens to “get a life” and to just get used to some 28 distinct Charter of Rights violations? Do you want a country/government that tells its veterans that they should to “go to the U.S.“?

Cursed by a Classical Education

Fool Us Once...

If it isn't plain enough to those of you that question the administration's response, Al Qaeda and this band of Islamic-Fascist thugs cannot be bargained with. Note that Bin Laden offers a truce, not a surrender. Many things can be done under the "white flag" of a truce...including recruiting, planning and re-arming. While I'm sure our forces would welcome a "breather" too, they know all too well that this adversary cannot be trusted.

Tidbits And Treasures

Has America Erred?

While reading Living Under God by Toby Mac and Michael Tait today, which I am reviewing, I found something I did not know.

The Redhunter

The Pinkos Sound the Retreat!

Last Friday night outside the main entrance to Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington DC, the anti-war leftists of Code Pink were forced into an ignominious retreat! They were obliged to abandon their protest corners and seek refuge a block away, where they licked their wounds. For at least one evening, the wounded troopers in the hospital, some of whom can see the entrance where all this takes place from
their windows, did not have to see the Pinkos who mock them with their fake vigils.

Eric's Grumbles Before The Grave

Elitists and a Society of Fear

This is yet another case of elites who believe they know what
is best for you and I. These folks are no different from the men who
ran the Soviet Union. They have, in fact, through their arrogance and
elitism, condemned hundreds of thousands, even millions, to death,
starvation and privation.


Eminent Domain Outrage In CA

This is absolutely beyond the pale:

A year after Los Angeles seized three acres from a private company to construct a public building, a city councilman wants to sell the land to another private firm for a commercial development.

Monday, January 16, 2006

2 3 6 New Bloggers


Sunday, January 15, 2006

Best Of Homespun Bloggers January 8th and 15th

Once More Into the Breach

Malaysia, A Warning to the West

Malaysia has tried to placate the Islamists only to find themselves on the defensive against a effort to bring the whole country under the sway of fundamentalist Islam. Tiptoeing around the obvious has bought them only more trouble. It is a warning to Europe and North America to stop the post modern multiculturalist movement and take control of their societies.

Conservative Cat

Notes from Ferdy - An Important Political Message

I have here a very important Flash video. Though it's intended for liberals, I'm posting it here in a spirit of cooperation and bi-partisanship. The video does include a music track, which I'm told is one of Chuck Brown's free MP3s from


Change is in the air

I have moved Musing to a new domain -

The move was prompted by my desire to start using that domain and a desperate need to upgrade my blogging software. The spam comments were killing me.

Over the next few days, I will fix up the links and get things running smoothly again. Feel free to head over and check out the new site and please remember to upgrade your links.

The Redhunter

"Why We're There" (Iraq)

We on the right are guilty of letting the left frame the
debate about Iraq. President Bush is in reaction mode, only recently going
on the political offensive against his Democrat antagonists.

Look at how we argue; liberals howl about how Bush said there would be
WMD and we found none. Conservatives retort that a president cannot
ignore his intelligence chiefs. The left presists in its loony "Bush
lied!" mantra, conservatives roll their eyes and make jokes about how the
Democrats are now the part of Michael Moore. The left thinks the war
unwinnable, the right counters with facts and logic.

But there are good reasons why we are in Iraq, so let's go through

Little Bit Tired, Little Bit Worn

Angry Humanists

I find it interesting that this blogger asserts that Dawkins has done in this show what others have been attempting to do for thousands of years, disprove God [*discuss their views and prove them on national television*]. No one has disproven the existance of God up to this point in time, yet Dawkins managed to do it in one television show? Amazing!

The Farce Report

Samuel Alito Hopefully Gets Grilled this Week

Samuel Alito will be spending most of the week getting grilled by the U.S. Senate, likely to be placed among the U.S. Supreme Court Justices. Since we're in round two for George W. Bush's pick for the Supreme Court, I suspect this will come to pass. And hopefully, not without a colorful fight.

Fitch Is Always Right

Just Say No

How long, if legalized, will it be before the same anti-capitalist losers are suing "Big Marijuana" for it's adverse effects on people? You just know these litigious cretins will be out there, "Scooby Doobie Doggy" is targeting young children. "Heroin Horse" is designed to market heroin to underprivileged minorities. Those eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeevillll Marijuana corporations, how dare they. That's tantamount to genocide, or at least slave ownership.

Below The Beltway

Can Islam Save Itself?

The idea that there will someday be an Islamic Reformation,
and moderate Muslims will be able to "save" their religion from its more
radical followers is in some sense the basis for current American
policy in Iraq.



man i was just thinking that i didn't know what to do but i tried really hard and maybe i could just go you know

just go and get something done i mean sometimes or maybe all the time i wouldn't even care what as long as it was something as long as i could affect something outside myself

The Liberal Wrong Wing

My Judicial Philosophy Part 1

Watching the Alito hearings these past couple of days, I began to think about my own judicial philosophy. And when I look over the Constitution, and my interpretation of it, I find my judicial philosophy to be much more conservative than I really am, although not on the major issues like abortion. And I come to find that I'd really enjoy being a Constitutional lawyer, or perhaps a Supreme Court justice some day (quit dreaming Kev). Perhaps I shall consider such a job. Just in case the whole President or in the very least Senator thing doesn't work out (again, quit dreaming).

The Young Conservatives

Iranian Uranium

Sanctions won't work, talking won't work. This man has a
singular mission, to "wipe Israel off the map." We have to protect Israel;
there is no compromise, there is no appeasement; we tried that in WWII.
It didn't work then, and it won't work now. The only choice to support
the prosperity of a Country that stands as a shining beacon of hope in
the middle of a region overrun with hate.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

2 5 6 7 9 15 16 New Bloggers


Monday, January 02, 2006

Best Of Homespun Bloggers December 25th & January 1st


A faked memo-ry?

If you can get around Ann Coulter’s desperation to be more
important in this recent column, she still makes an excellent point. She
notes that, since they can’t win in elections, the liberals are
targeting Republicans in the courts. The problem is that in pretty much every
case they have brought, the Democrats have no legal or moral basis for
targeting these people. The only reason the Dems are bringing charges
against these Republicans is that they are dangerous to the Democrat’s
political aspirations.

The Conservative Cat

Confused Americans for Truth - Abusing Ben Franklin for Political Purposes

Ben Franklin once said "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." Dr. Franklin turned many a clever phrase in his day, but that doesn't mean he has the last word in discussion of the Patriot Act.

The Redhunter

Will the Real Journalist Please Stand Up?

It has become a staple of conservatives that "you can't trust the msm and the best information about Iraq is on the Internet". I keep looking for something to prove that proposition wrong, but the harder I look the more it is confirmed.

The Washington Post and Louisville Journal-Courier have once again proven the proposition to be correct.

The Liberal Wrong Wing


An outlook of the political environment for 2006.


The Coming Conflict

Kevin over at The Smallest Minority has a great (and very long) post in which he seems to be looking for a way to define the opposing sides of what some see as the developing conflict within the US. The whole thing is quite involved so I won't try to summarize it further than that.

The point I want to bring up here is that I believe not only is there a developing conflict but that we are, at the very least, in the thick of the opening phase. As I mentioned in the comments, Thomas Jefferson recognized that societies have the tendency, if not the surety, to eventually fall from the Grace that is freedom and civil government when he said: