Daily Archives: July 10, 2008

Headline of the Day

From the Wall Street Journal: Gasoline is So Expensive, They’re Resorting to Pedal-by Shootings

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Not a bad legacy

Not only has US President George W. Bush saved Iraq and the Middle East from total annihilation with his successful 2007 troop surge, not only has US President George W. Bush saved hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and Afghans from … Continue reading

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Watch This Space

Because of a discussion David and I had last night, be sure to stop by the RNS front page come Monday morning for an “Important Announcement” and “Exciting Offer”. Or maybe not so important or exciting, depending on your gunnie … Continue reading

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The Soundboard: Feelin’ Old Edition

I’m out and about, taking care of business, driving around with The Brother last weekend. Feeling a bit grumbly in the tumbly we roll into the local Dairy Queen for some tasty grub. I speaketh our order into the voodoo … Continue reading

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Leave Me A Shrubbery

Scenic public land has large masses of overgrown plant life that blocks the view. Town Council makes plans to remove said obstruction. GLBT groups complain because, apparently, they will spontaneously explode if they have sex inside of a building Most … Continue reading

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It’s a win, win, win

But not for you or I. Our tax dollars are currently paying ranchers across the nation to not use large swaths of their land to graze their cattle on. It is called the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) and we spent … Continue reading

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RNS Quote of the Day: 07/10/08

Found via Uncle Not only do Brady’s “best” states have low levels of gun ownership, but they averaged relatively high levels of violent crime and murder. More interesting is that in 2001, 10 of 12 states in the B+ quartile … Continue reading

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