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Saturday, December 5, 2020

Other people’s work

I guess we shouldn’t be surprised that Ann Coulter’s words and thoughts aren’t original. She apparently likes to copy them (without attribution) from other people’s work.

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So much for the high ground

Remember former attorney general John Ashcroft’s claim that he withdrew from the Valerie Plame CIA-leak investigation because it was a potential conflict of interest? Well, he had to be pulled out kicking and screaming.

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The bitch bites back

Katherine Harris, the Congresswoman and Senate wannabe who proves mental stability is not a requirement for holding public office, continues to give insanity a bad name.

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The Rummy wars

George W. Bush’s father, former President George H.W. Bush, tried to engineer the removal of Donald Rumsfeld as Secretary of Defense. He failed.

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No reason to celebrate

Excuse me if I don’t join the orgy of self-congratulatory praise over the lucky bombing death of Iraq al Qaeda leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

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Will Dems oust Jefferson?

House Democrats will decide next week whether to remove Rep. William Jefferson from a powerful committee pending the outcome of a federal investigation of the Louisiana Democrat on possible bribery charges.

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DeLay goes out swinging

Former Majority Leader Tom DeLay, bowing to legal and ethical troubles, said goodbye to the House on Thursday with a parting shot at his liberal opponents. Some Democrats walked out during the farewell.

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