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My Transformers Review
Monday, July 02, 2007
Transformers was awesome. The fact that I had free tickets from Westplextoday.com made it more awesome of course, but it was still awesome. The experience starts out awesome before Transformers even begins. There's a short trailer for the secret J.J. Abrams project opening on 1-18-08. The title is never mentioned, but here's a post about the project, "Cloverfield". Anyways, the movie is kinda long at over two hours, but it moves really fast. There are quite a few hilarious moments, especially the incredibly awkward scene revolving around "Sam's happy time". Bernie Mac has a pretty funny scene involving "grandma" and there are quite a few one-liners scattered throughout. Anyways, I am obviously not a professional movie reviewer but still Transformers is well worth seeing.
Kit Bond Made a Wise Vote
Tuesday, June 26, 2007
What is going on in the Genarlow Wilson case?
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Great article from ESPN from awhile ago
Mark Cuban blogs about the injustice.
Genarlow Wilson's Wikipedia entry
Webby Award Winners
Sunday, June 10, 2007
HowStuffWorks.com--won for Best Copy/Writing. Awesome, interesting articles.
The Best Practices category is filled with essential sites. Flickr is a wonderful phot sharing site. Del.icio.us is awesome for bookmarking pages and being able to access them from anywhere. Facebook is of course the best social networking site around.Digg is an awesome site for news. Last.fm is an awesome internet radio service where you pick what you like and it plays songs according to your tastes, although I think I like Pandora better for my internet radio.
I really don't understand how LinkedIn could have beaten Facebook out in the social networking category.
Who else can you sue, Mr. Hancock?
Friday, May 25, 2007
For some odd reason, the father of Josh Hancock has decided to sue based on the events that led to his son's fatal accident. Dean Hancock is suing the following people:
I don't understand this. Why would you put your son's memory on trial here? You are forcing someone to take a stance that it basically was your son's fault he got killed that night. I understand that I can not really understand what it is like to lose your son, but I am confident I would not act in this way. While you are at it Dean Hancock, why don't you sue the following people:
This was a tragic accident. Who can really say what caused it? Don't do this, Dean Hancock.
What Is Wrong With the Missouri Legislature?
Sunday, May 20, 2007
Here's my take on some issues that passed:
SB22: Allows firefighters in St. Louis and other cities with failing schools to live outside their home cities, subject to the approval of the city's board of aldermen. Grants cities the authority to allow diners to bring their pets to outdoor restaurants
--Interesting how those two issues relate to each other. The firefighter part I am definitely ok with, the pet part is just odd.
SB389: Authorizes the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority, or MOHELA, to spend $350 million on college construction projects. Also consolidates the state's two largest scholarship programs and seeks to cap tuition increases.
--One of the biggest issues of the session. I am glad we can skim profits from an organization set up to provide money for tuition so, that we can build some buildings
2007 Session Highlights
State Bill Threatens Professor's Cushy Jobs
Thursday, May 10, 2007
KC Star Link
MO House Fair Tax Act of 2007. . .Again
The Lies of Osvaldo Aldrete Davila
MO House Fair Tax Act of 2007
Wednesday, May 09, 2007
Wikipedia entry on the "Fair Tax" movement
The blog covering the "Fair Tax" movement
Beer is going to hurt the NBA?
Here's a good column from a paper in Long Beach, CA pointing out the overreaction in sports towards drinking after Josh Hancock's death, which probably had a lot more to do with the cell phone and the tow truck parked in the middle of a lane than alcohol.
PT's Randomness on Tumblr
Saturday, March 24, 2007
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Gilmer Hernandez Goes to Jail
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Hernandez stopped the vehicle after it ran a red light on the night of April 14, 2005. When he went to question the driver, he noticed that the passengers in the vehicle were crouched down. He then asked for identification and the vehicle took off, swerving towards him as it fled. He drew his firearm and shot 2 times at each rear tire. Further down the road, when the Suburban crashed, 8 or 9 illegals fled. The "victim" was found crouched in the back cargo area of the vehicle. A fragment from either the bullet or the vehicle had clipped her lip and broke two teeth. Gilmer Hernandez was convicted of violating her civil rights by "recklessly" shooting at the vehicle. The woman reported that she paid about $2,000 to be smuggled in in that Suburban.
Jeez, just think when all the illegals figure out they can turn jumping the border into a profitable venture.
Free Gilmer website
Ignorant Sit-In Continues in St. Louis
Saturday, March 17, 2007
"Explain in writing why you are treating our district differently then other districts"
I didn't realize there was a comparable school district in the St. Louis area that was as dysfunctional as the SLPSD. I am pretty sure the SLPSD brings a new whole meaning to the term "dysfunctional".
I was under the impression that one of the main reasons for the sit-in was fear that the state yanking the District's accreditation would keep some students from going to college or getting scholarships. The University of Missouri-Columbia and several other schools have already come out and said that it wouldn't affect admission.
Pubdef.net is probably the best place for coverage of the ignorant protest. The best video has to be this one where the Post-Dispatch reporter (at about the 4 min mark) tells one of the students that they are lying about the University of Hawaii pulling a girl's scholarship. True, it probably wasn't the best way for the reporter to bring that fact up, and it probably wasn't the most solid way to research the accusation, but it makes for a funny end to the video.
Anti-Bullying Bills In Jeff City
Next up: A bill to outlaw cliques in high school.
More Than One Road Leads to Rehab
Thursday, March 15, 2007
Get loaded and use the n-word on a bunch of African-American hecklers (Kramer)
Get bent out of shape on the set of a television show where you make more in one episode than I will make in 3.5 years (Black dude on Grey's)
When describing what allegedly happened when you got bent out of shape, be sure to use the same slur (Same dude on Grey's)
Marry a hot chick and. . . Why again did Keith Urban drink himself into rehab after marrying Nicole Kidman? (Keith Urban)
Be Lindsay Lohan (Lindsay Lohan)
Write a column for a student newspaper bout how journalism students matter more than farmers which offends some d-bags who can't take a joke. Make sure some douche even writes to the paper saying that that one column keeps him from coming to Mizzou.
--------Read Dan Friesen's account of rehab---------
Fewer U.S. Troops Dying in Baghdad
Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Liberals Kill Captain America
Thursday, March 08, 2007
Critics Hate On Pizza Hut's Reading Program
Saturday, March 03, 2007
The same people who want you to eat carrot sticks and celery all the time are saying that the program promotes bad eating habits. Others are saying that schools should be free of corporate sponsorship. Considering education in this country sucks and the government can't seem to grasp the concept of being fiscally responsible, what are we supposed to do? If we let the government be in charge of the program, you would only get a sticker and maybe a pencil for reading because all the money would be going to overpaid admin people.
Students Disagree with Romney as Grad Speaker
How again to you disagree with the founder of your University? There wouldn't be a Regents University without Pat Robertson.
T-roy B-log Locked As A Spam Blog/ Troy R-3 Lawsuit
Friday, March 02, 2007
Pork to be added to Iraq Spending Bill?
--I guess some farmers need to pimp out their farm equipment. Somebody's John Deere is gonna be rolling on dubs blasting some 50 cent.
--C'mon, did you really think Pelosi wouldn't get something out of this?
--$4.7 billion??? I didn't realize we were rebuilding New Orleans entirely out of gold.
I really wish that in real life I could expect someone to borrow money in order to give me a handout.
John McCain Running For President
Wednesday, February 28, 2007
I think Mitt Romney still gets my vote. It's the closest thing we have to putting Bill Paxton in the White House.
What Decade Does El-Amin Live In?
"It's a necessary step to move us past slavery and into a position of progress and healing."
How long has it been since slavery happened in Missouri? We all should know by now that slavery was a bad idea. Will this apology really mean anything? Have people been waiting for this apology to realize slavery was wrong? If you've been sitting around waiting for this apology, you've got problems.
Could Mexico Whine More?
Sunday, February 25, 2007
Listen to Nashville Star Songs
Pelosi to speak at Webster University
Friday, February 23, 2007
Attn. Sen. McCaskill: Mizzou Arena is in Columbia
60 Sec Ramos and Compean Spot
Thursday, February 22, 2007
Labels: border patrol
30 Sec Ramos and Compean Spot
Labels: border patrol
Does Vegas want the NBA?
Monday, February 19, 2007
How much is Mexico paying Johnny Sutton?
Sunday, February 18, 2007
View the letter: (page 1) (page 2)
Giuliani is a little high maintenance
Rebuttal to Sutton's "Myth vs. Reality" Doc
Friday, February 16, 2007
Labels: border patrol
Lie Put Ramos and Compean in Jail
Mr. dirty Mexican drug runner painted a picture of himself on the stand of an inexperienced drug runner who was just doing it in February for some extra money to pay mama's medical bills. The judge in the case apparently went along with the lie in not allowing the jury to see that this was a man who proceeded to continue his drug running ways despite having his urethra severed by a bullet in Feb. It's too bad there weren't two fine Americans around to "illegally pursue him at a high rate of speed" and illegally shoot him in October like there were in February.
Does Sutton Work For Mexico?
Thursday, February 15, 2007
Mitt Romney Deserves Your Attention
Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Mitt's announcement speech text
Mitt on immigration
Mitt on health care
Should Our President Be 'Present'?
Tuesday, February 13, 2007
Read the article from Real Clear Politics
When Sutton Wins, America Loses
Skater Takes a Skate to the Face
Monday, February 12, 2007
New Min. Wage Law Puts Teen Out Of Work
Sunday, February 11, 2007
Anna Nicole Smith Dies
Thursday, February 08, 2007
Here's a story on it
McCaskill Still Not Up To Speed
Wednesday, February 07, 2007
DOJ Can't Even Get Ramos/Compean Transcript
Labels: border patrol
Tom Coburn Is A Fine American
Read this article on Tom Coburn, the Republican Senator from Oklahoma, and try telling me I am wrong.
Here is his Wikipedia entry
Ramos/Compean: WND Cites DHS Memo
Tuesday, February 06, 2007
Ramos Beaten In Prison
Monica Ramos Starts A Blog
Monday, February 05, 2007
Read the blog
Iran Cures AIDS?
Sunday, February 04, 2007
He also refers to something big happening on Feb. 11 involving Iran and its "nuclear rights". I don't think I like the sound of that.
Saturday, February 03, 2007
New! Buy Now, Pay Later with Bill Me Later at Walmart.com
Hillary Clinton Will End Obesity
Ignacio Ramos Can't Even See His Family
Friday, February 02, 2007
Here isthe NewsMax story
I am glad the Democrats in Congress are worried about passing non-binding resolutions while all this is going on.
Note to MO voters:
Todd Akin is the only member of the Missouri delegation that has voiced his support for Ramos and Compean. He signed on to a bill urging a pardon of the BP2.
Own A "Boston Bomb"
Thursday, February 01, 2007
Here is the eBay auction
The promotional pieces, which are meant to look like a character from "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" on the cartoon network were randomly placed in cities across the country. A hundred or so of the pieces were sitting in different cities around the country for 2-3 weeks before the people in Boston got freaked out and pulled the terror alarm.
Illegals Win Again; Gilmer Hernandez Case
World Net Daily piece
Here you can find a more detailed report of the incident.
Things of Note:
The driver of the Suburban swerved towards the officer when he attempted to flee.
Gilmer Hernandez shot at the back tires.
The illegals paid in the neighborhood of $2,000 for the ride.
Here is the Code that he was tried under. Remember the lady whose rights Hernandez supposedly violated was crouched in the cargo area of a Suburban that had just tried to run over a police officer. She was in that vehicle because she had paid $2,000 for it to take her into the United States illegally.
Hernandez fired point blank at the back-driver-side tire. I would imagine a bullet riccocheted off something, up through the Suburban and hit the illegal laying in the cargo area. From what the doctor says in the report, I would say it just nicked her lower lip.
A gun an ammo was found in the vehicle.
Gilmer Hernandez faces up to 10 years in prison and will be sentenced in March.
Direct Links to Hornbeck Pictures
Wednesday, January 31, 2007
Fox 2 Hornbeck Pictures
Did The BP2 Get Nifonged?
Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Here is the article
So, here is how the bullet was tested:
===Agents supposedly shot dirty Mexican drug smuggler
===Said bullet enters left buttocks area and damages urethra.
===Said dirty Mexican drug smuggler goes to Mexican doctor
===Said Mexican doctor repairs some of the damage to urethra and inserts catheter
===Said Mexican doctor leaves bullet in drug smuggler
===DHS Agent Christopher Sanchez goes to get drug smuggler and brings him back to US
===US doctor extracts bullet. Bullet handed over to Texas Department of Public Safety for testing.
The bullet should have been handed over to the FBI for testing because they handle shooting involving Federal Agents, not the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Agent Christopher Sanchez also happens to be the person who testified that the ballistics test matched Ignacio Ramos' gun.
This article explores the connections between the people involved in bringing the dirty Mexican drug smuggler back to the United States.
White House To Review Trial Transcript
Will Congress Pull Funding For BP2 Jailtime?
Friday, January 26, 2007
Labels: border patrol
Ramos and Compean Update
A belated kudos to Rep. Todd Akin, who represents Missouri 2nd Congressional District in the House, for supporting Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean with his support of this bill He is the only elected Missouri Official in D.C. who has supported this cause to my knowledge.
Interesting quotes from the article linked to above where Johnny Sutton toots his own horn:
"They didn't know if he was an American citizen or not. ... It was outrageous behavior, and prosecutors can't look the other way."
---Well, for one he was a Spanish looking fellow, stopped in a van by the border, running away from Federal Agents towards Mexico. And secondly, don't we expect our Federal Agents to act on instinct?
"We didn't give up much in the use of immunity. We offered immunity. Otherwise, he would not come back from Mexico," he said.
--Thank you, Johnny Sutton. You brought a dirty Mexican drug runner back to the United States. Good for you. I hope you sleep well at night. I am sure that most of America would have preferred to have this POS stay in Mexico. But, no, grand 'ol Johnny Sutton had to bring him back. Maybe the wound in his butt and crappy medical care would have kept him from running drugs to America's youth, but No, Johnny Sutton brought him back and had the United States foot the bill for the best medical care. Now, he is all better and ready to smuggle drugs onto the streets of the United States.
Monica Ramos Doesn't Mince Words
Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Now I won't go as far as she did in placing all the blame on the POTUS, but I would appreciate a little more sympathy out of him. No one can blame her for speaking out, however. She is the one who has to raise kids whose father is in prison. I mean how can you explain to kids that daddy didn't do anything wrong, even though he is on the same side of the glass as drug runners, child molesters, murderers, and rapists?
Labels: border patrol
What I'm Reading Now
--The ""Cloud People" of Peru have been in the news lately (go here if you didn't know that). James Rollins wrote a book about them in 2000. It's a good read
--A darn good read. I didn't realize how nuts some judges were. Read the chapter on abortion and justify to me why something that heinous isn't considered murder.
Ramos In Solitary?
Tuesday, January 23, 2007
World Net Daily Story
Did Botched Interpretation Jail Ramos and Compean?
Monday, January 22, 2007
Here is the text of the code they were charged under
If this law actually applied to this case, then the Court would have been mandated to give Ramos and Compean five years each for just having weapons in their possession; weapons the US government required them to carry. If that were the case, then how would Border Patrol Agents pursuing a suspected drug smuggler have been "a crime of violence or drug trafficking crime". Because the Agents fired, Johnny Sutton, the Prosecutor, said that the Court was mandated to sentence them to 10 years each.
The reason this code doesn't apply is because there was no crime of violence. The Agents were merely pursuing a dirty Mexican drug runner who ran when the Agents tried to apprehend him. No one in their right mind could connect the dots between a code intended to punish criminals committing crimes with guns and two Federal Agents pursuing a suspected criminal. I don't know about you, but people don't run from the cops unless they have something to hide. And although I don't know any dirty Mexican drug runners personally; I assume none of them leave home without heat. That would be like a woman going to the mall without plastic.
Walter B. Jones, a North Carolina Republican in the US House of Representatives, wrote a letter to Alberto Gonzalez on Oct. 11 2006 explaining how this code didn't apply in the BP2 case. I apologize to everyone for not picking this up earlier. I will be sure to call Sen. Bond and Sen. McCaskill from Missouri ASAP to enlighten them on this development since they haven't gotten around to addressing this issue yet. They must have been busy with more important things.
Labels: border patrol
NY Post Reporter Lied To Get To Devlin
Monday's Post-Dispatch Story
The New York Post could have a problem on its hands regarding the interview a day or so ago with Michael Devlin. This story from KSDK.com says that Devlin's lawyers are accusing the reporter of saying she was Devlin's friend in order to get in to talk with him.
Interesting note: Michael Devlin is being held apart from the common riffraff in the jail because people are worried the riffraff will hurt him. Agents Ramos and Compean (the Border Patrol 2) were sent to Federal Prison with much more dangerous riffraff because a judge ruled that there was no reason for them to be free during their appeals and that the jail didn't pose that much of a threat to them. Funny how our justice system works in the land of the free and the home of the brave. Ok, so that may have been a cheap shot, drawing a line between those two , but I am still upset and I run the show here.
NY Times Runs A New Hornbeck Story
Sunday, January 21, 2007
How Weird Will Hornbeck Case Get?
Weirder still when we found out it was in Kirkwood.
Weirder still when we found out about the message board comment.
Weirder still when we found out about Devlin reporting the guy in his parking spot.
Weirder still when we found out about Shawn riding his bike by himself at night.
Weirder still when we found out about Shawn reporting a missing bike to police.
Now, here's an article from the Post-Dispatch about "Shawn Devlin" having a girlfriend and going to a Visitation school dance.
Saturday, January 20, 2007
New MO Min. Wage Law Goes to Court
Sutton's Office Posts Myth vs. Fact Document
Friday, January 19, 2007
link to pdf
Labels: border patrol
Should Taxpayers Pay for College?
Interesting Reads on Ramos, Compean Case
---Article from the Canadian Free Press about the Border Patrol 2
---U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) introduced a bill Thursday that would pardon Ramos and Compean. He also made a request to the Federal Bureau of Prisons to keep the two out of the general population at the prison. Congress has never pardoned someone, but no one is really sure they can't.
---This story will probably be making the rounds Friday. Read it for yourself and tell me what you think President Bush meant. I don't really take it to mean he is considering a pardon any more than he was before.
---This is a post from ePluribus Media that includes what is supposed to be what the Justice Department presented at the trial as an account of the case. It definitely paints a different story about what happened. Although, consider that for the most part this is the account of the incident by a man who was smuggling $1 million worth of pot into the U.S., had been runnin' drugs since he was 14 (according to family), and is suing the USA for $5 million. Do you trust him?
---Debra Saunders wrote this great piece for townhall.com. She also wrote this one back in Aug.
Who Else, Michael Devlin?
Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Judge Denies Agents' Last Request
Read Alan Burkhart's blog post demanding answers from D.C.
Border Patrol Agents Due to Report Tommorrow
Tuesday, January 16, 2007
I called both Senator Bond's office and Senator McCaskill's office today looking to voice my opinion on the issue. The representative for Sen. Bond would only say "Sen. Bond has not issued a statement on the matter" I asked if he planned to, considering the agents are scheduled to report to jail tomorrow. She again repeated her canned response. My call to Sen. McCaskill's office resulted in me speaking to a machine and it telling me someone would call me back.
President Bush issued 16 pardons last month. He has issued 58 during his Presidency. Former President Clinton issued 396 in his 8 years in office.
Bond, Christopher S.- (R - MO) Class III
274 RUSSELL SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510
McCaskill, Claire- (D - MO) Class I
UNITED STATES SENATE WASHINGTON DC 20510
St. Louis Gets '09 All- Star Game
An Example of the Tryanny of Tolerance?
Sunday, January 14, 2007
Labels: tyranny of tolerance
Jeff Hadler is a Star
Friday, January 12, 2007
Ownby Found.. . With Hornbeck
Map of area where they were found
Labels: pure awesome
Can We Please Get A Pardon Here?
Read this article
Nashville Star Update
Here is the summary
Labels: nashville star
Forget American Idol, Nashville Star Is It
She is definitely a looker, good choice to sing a song called "Skinny Dippin'" Could give Miranda Lambert a run for her money for the Best Lookin' Nashville Star participant ever
I like her voice and looks, but I wonder if her voice has an edge that wasn't showcased in "New Strings"
I can see her voice carrying her a long way in this competition. Check out her Myspace page and listen to "Brand New Pair of Boots" Miranda Lambert didn't win when she was on this show and I think it might not matter if Angela Hacker wins or not as far as getting a contract.
Um. . .go ahead and put me down for a copy of his cd. Watch this clip.
Is she the lost Wrecker?
Would someone please call the country station to get Pat Green's "Wave on Wave" replaced with this one? He won't be my pick to win this contest. He doesn't need this contest. In fact, he probably shouldn't be on Nashville Star. Just go ahead and put him in the rotation on country radio.
Labels: nashville star
What is up with Somalia?
Thursday, January 11, 2007
Here is what I gathered is going on. Somalia didn't have a real government for about 16 years and now they have a very young transitional government just getting started. A group called the Islamic Courts Union (ICU) is fighting their way across Somalia. They were trying to overtake the town where the government was holed up but underestimated what they were up against. The Ethiopian military had devoted a huge percentage of its forces to protecting the Somalian government and had enlisted the military expertise of the United States to help. The Ethiopians successfully fought off the ICU forces with some help from U.S. helicopters. The ICU is connected with Al Qaeda.
Apparently now there is a feud going on between the Pentagon and the U.S. State Department. Davved just dropped that one. The problem is that the Pentagon wants to give money to the transitional government to help defeat the ICU. The State Department wants to give the money to Somalia little by little to dictate how they will handle things. For some reason the State Department wants the Somalians to sit down and talk with the ICU, at least the ones who are still alive. Yeah, and while we are at it how about we sit down and talk with Iran. We should just have a big tea party with AhmadenaNUTJOB, Kim Don Small Dong, Fidel Castro.
Daveed writing about this on January 9
Forget it. Here's what I got searching for Somalia on Pajamasmedia
RI ACLU Chapter Sues RI Police
Tuesday, January 09, 2007
Police see van changing lanes without turn signal
Police pull over van
Police take drivers license and registration of driver
Police notice that there are 14 people in the van.
Police realize most of them don't speak English.
Police use common sense to come to the conclusion that they might be illegals
Police ask for identification from van occupants using van driver as interpretor
Most of occupants can't produce identification
Police lead van to Immigration Office
Funny, the only thing I see wrong with this is the lawsuit.
Way To Keep A Secret, Israel
Sunday, January 07, 2007
Grey's To Be Blacked Out?
Friday, January 05, 2007
Here's a list of what stations Sinclair owns
The O.C. Is Dead, Pulled, Kaput
Wednesday, January 03, 2007
Catch up on the latest season Here
Saddam Hanging Video Clip
Saturday, December 30, 2006
Click at your own risk
President Ford Dead
Tuesday, December 26, 2006
Robert H. Dierker Jr. Is Taking a Stand
|Robert H. Dierker Jr. is tired of the liberal nonsense that is going on in the American Judicial system. Dierker, a St. Louis Circuit Court Judge, has decided to voice his concerns in a way that isn't very common for a sitting judge: He has written a straight-forward, pull-no-punches book. The book, available Dec. 26, is titled The Tyranny of Tolerance: A Sitting Judge Breaks the Code of Silence to Expose the Liberal Judicial Assault. According to this article from the Stl PD the book has been making its way by email around St. Louis and is causing quite a stir. Go figure certain people are a little upset considering the city voted overwhelmingly against Jim Talent in the election.|
Read an excerpt from the book and download it from Diesel eBooks
Saturday, December 23, 2006
--What a novel idea. The Recording Industry must prove that defendants committed a crime by actually downloading music when they sue them for that. Message to RIAA: Adapt and Overcome. Lower the price of cds and people will buy more instead of risking lawsuits. Quit suing people and there won't be the people file sharing because they hate you.
--So many obvious things to point with this one: 1) Comparing these raids to the Nazi raids? Don't you listen to AhmadenaDBAG and David Duke? Those raids didn't happen. Seriously though, the Jews weren't doing anything illegal and these illegals were here illegally. Charges of Racial profiling? I am pretty sure that a white guy in the meat packing plant wasn't here illegally so, why arrest him? Deporting these criminals would break up families? Ok, I've got a solution for that one, send the whole family back and get them off our tax dollars.
Rape Charge Dropped in Duke LAX Case
Friday, December 22, 2006
Here's what the Smoking Gun site dug up
Dogs Not P. Diddy's Best Friend
$500 Million to Run for POTUS?
Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Link to Washington Times article
Melo Suspended 15 games
Monday, December 18, 2006