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calendar   Tuesday - August 29, 2006

Through The Looking Glass


“Supernova 1994D in Galaxy NGC 4526”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/29/2006 at 04:46 PM   
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Max Cleland’s Credibility?

It seems James Taranto at WSJ’s Opinion Journal has some questions about Max Cleland’s credibility as a “vocal critic of the war” in Iraq, considering he is evidently suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder over the Vietnam War. Oh ... almost forgot ... AP somehow glossed over the fact that Cleland voted for the war. Stoopid Democrats and MSM. Hoist by their own petard ...

Ignorance on Parade
“Former Sen. Max Cleland, who has battled bouts of depression since losing an arm and both legs in Vietnam, is being treated for post-traumatic stress disorder,” reports the Associated Press:

Cleland, who represented Georgia in the Senate from 1997 to 2003, said he believes the condition--cases of which are increasing rapidly among Vietnam war veterans--was in part triggered by the ongoing violence in Iraq.

“I realize my symptoms are avoidance, not wanting to connect with anything dealing with the (Iraq) war, tremendous sadness over the casualties that are taken, a real identification with that. . . . I’ve tried to disconnect and disassociate from the media. I don’t watch it as much. I’m not engrossed in it like I was,” Cleland said in an interview with WSB-TV in Atlanta. . . .

A former VA administrator under President Jimmy Carter, Cleland has been highly critical of the Bush administration’s funding for the agency. The Democrat also is a vocal critic of the Iraq war and is traveling the country to help Democrats campaign for office.

How credible is Cleland as “a vocal critic of the Iraq war” when by his own admission his approach to it is “avoidance, not wanting to connect with anything dealing with” it, and trying “to disconnect and disassociate” from sources of information about it? Something tells us he was better informed in 2002, when he voted for the war--a fact the AP inexplicably leaves out.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/29/2006 at 02:04 PM   
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Death Cleanses All

It seems that according to legal precedent your crimes are forgiven if you die. Unfortunately, the Internal Revenue Service doesn’t subscribe to that theory. If you don’t believe it, try dieing while owing the taxman money.

As for the thousands of Enron employees who lost everything, the situation is best summed up by Thomas Mann in The Magic Mountain ..."A man’s dying is more the survivors’ affair than his own.”

imageimagePrecedent May Erase Enron Guilty Verdict
(WASHINGTON TIMES) - Aug. 28, 2006 at 11:41AM

The guilty verdict against Enron founder Kenneth Lay of Houston could be wiped out due to a legal precedent set by the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Two years ago the court ruled that a person’s criminal record is “abated” if he or she dies before having a chance to exhaust all avenues of appeal, the Christian Science Monitor reports.

On the basis of that ruling, the lawyer for Lay’s estate has filed a motion in federal court asking that his entire criminal record be erased which would make Lay an innocent man. The move could render tens of million of dollars in his estate off-limits to creditors, including the U.S. Justice Department which has said it would use all available legal means to reclaim money related to the criminal charges against Lay.

Prosecutors have indicated they will file a motion opposing the request for abatement but think it is unlikely the judge in the case would rule against legal precedent.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/29/2006 at 12:41 AM   
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calendar   Monday - August 28, 2006


Of course, anyone with half a smidgeon of intelligence knew this clown was full of crap. Unfortunately, Colorado prosecutor Mary Lacy doesn’t have half a smidgeon of intelligence. This is just the latest in a series of keystone cops antics in the case of JonBenet Ramsey.

Meanwhile, this pervert got an all-expense paid trip home in first-class with champagne and all manner of perks with no repercussions. The taxpayers (that would be you and me) will foot the bill for that luxurious flight home as well as court costs.

Why isn’t this jerk being charged with obstruction of justice at the very least? This whole incident literally reeks of incompetence on the part of law enforcement officials. My taxes paid for this distraction and I’m not satisfied. I want my money back ...

“Unfortunately, the hysterics surrounding John Mark Karr served only to distract Boulder officials from doing their job, which should be solving the murder of JonBenet Ramsey. I find it incredible that Boulder authorities wasted thousands of taxpayer dollars to bring Karr to Colorado given such a lack of evidence. (District Attorney) Mary Lacy should be held accountable for the most extravagant and expensive DNA test in Colorado history.”—Gov. Bill Owens

NSS (No S**t, Sherlock)?

imageimageProsecutors Drop Case in Ramsey Slaying
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - Aug 28, 10:13 PM (ET)

Prosecutors abruptly dropped their case Monday against John Mark Karr in the slaying of JonBenet Ramsey, saying DNA tests failed to put him at the crime scene despite his insistence he sexually assaulted and strangled the 6-year-old beauty queen.

Just a week and a half after Karr’s arrest in Thailand was seen as a remarkable break in the sensational, decade-old case, prosecutors suggested in court papers that he was just a man with a twisted fascination with JonBenet who confessed to a crime he didn’t commit.

“The people would not be able to establish that Mr. Karr committed this crime despite his repeated insistence that he did,” District Attorney Mary Lacy said in court papers.

The 41-year-old schoolteacher will be kept in jail in Boulder until he can be sent to Sonoma County, Calif., to face child pornography charges dating to 2001. An extradition hearing was scheduled for Tuesday. The district attorney vowed to keep pursuing leads in JonBenet’s death: “This case is not closed.”

Karr was never formally charged in the slaying. In court papers, Lacy defended the decision to arrest him and bring him back to the United States for further investigation, saying he might have otherwise fled and may have been targeting children in Thailand as well.

Lacy said Karr emerged as a suspect in April after he spent several years exchanging e-mails and later telephone calls with a University of Colorado journalism professor who had produced documentaries on the Ramsey case.

According to court papers, Karr told the professor he accidentally killed JonBenet during sex and that he tasted her blood after he injured her vaginally. But the Denver crime lab conducted DNA tests last Friday on a cheek swab taken from Karr and were unable to connect him to the crime.

“This information is critical because ... if Mr. Karr’s account of his sexual involvement with the victim were accurate, it would have been highly likely that his saliva would have been mixed with the blood in the underwear,” Lacy said in court papers.

She also said authorities found no evidence Karr was in Boulder at the time of the slaying. She said Karr’s family provided “strong circumstantial support” for their belief that he was with them in Georgia, celebrating the Christmas holidays. JonBenet was found beaten and strangled at her Boulder home on Dec. 26, 1996.

Defense attorney Seth Temin expressed outrage that Karr was even arrested. “We’re deeply distressed by the fact that they took this man and dragged him here from Bangkok, Thailand, with no forensic evidence confirming the allegations against him and no independent factors leading to a presumption he did anything wrong,” Temin said.

- More on the story here ...


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/28/2006 at 11:03 PM   
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Through The Looking Glass

This picture was taken on March 21, 1966. Nine months after this picture was taken the three men on the left would go down in history to be remembered for all time. I remember it well. The news literally wiped the war in Vietnam off the news pages and TV screens for a few days. Can you name these three men? Click here if you give up ...



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/28/2006 at 02:54 PM   
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Torture In Iraq!

Someone alert Amnesty International and the ACLU! Notify Ramsey Clark that his client is being abused in an almost inhumane manner. These Marines are shamelessly torturing this wrongly-accused, nice, mass-murdering dictator. Arrrrh, the humanity! ... ... (OK, I’ll turn the sarcasm off now)

imageimageSaddam’s Cartoon Torture
(THE SUN-UK) - Monday, August 28, 2006

Toppled dictator Saddam Hussein is being tormented in jail – by being forced to watch HIMSELF in South Park. The evil tyrant is portrayed in the movie version of the cult cartoon as the Devil’s gay lover.

South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut was banned in Iraq on its launch in 1999 for showing Saddam as a homosexual. The film featured him trying to take over the world with Satan.

He is currently behind bars in Iraq as he stands trial on charges of genocide. South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone yesterday revealed Saddam is made to watch the movie “repeatedly” by the US Marines guarding him.

Speaking at Edinburgh TV Festival, Matt said: “I have it on pretty good information from the Marines on detail in Iraq that they showed him the movie. That’s really adding insult to injury. I bet that made him really happy.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/28/2006 at 08:04 AM   
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Most Ridiculous Headline Of The Day (so far)

There are a million punchlines for this story. Choose one and run with it. Woof!

imageimageWoman Crashes When Teaching Dog to Drive
BEIJING (ABC NEWS) - Aug 28, 2006

A woman in Hohhot, the capital of north China’s Inner Mongolia region, crashed her car while giving her dog a driving lesson, the official Xinhua News Agency said Monday.

No injuries were reported although both vehicles were slightly damaged, it said. The woman, identified only be her surname, Li, said her dog “was fond of crouching on the steering wheel and often watched her drive,” according to Xinhua.

“She thought she would let the dog ‘have a try’ while she operated the accelerator and brake,” the report said. “They did not make it far before crashing into an oncoming car.”

Xinhua did not say what kind of dog or vehicles were involved but Li paid for repairs.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/28/2006 at 07:49 AM   
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A Mystery

Was it an accident, suicide or ... something else? We report - you decide ...

imageimagePaedophile’s Body Found In River
WALES, UK (BBC) - Monday, 28 August 2006, 11:01 GMT 12:01 UK

A convicted paedophile who was due to be sentenced for sex offences against children has been found dead in the River Taff in Cardiff. The body of Raymond Croft, 58, from Port Talbot, was found after he missed his sentencing in Swansea last week.

He had previously been found guilty of sexual assault, engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child and attempted sexual activity with a child. Police said there are no suspicious circumstances around his death.

Croft was due to appear at Swansea Crown Court last week to be sentenced for sex offences against children, but did not attend. Judge John Diehl QC had issued a warrant for his arrest last Friday.

The same day, his body was found in the River Taff, near Sophia Gardens. Croft had been granted bail five weeks ago while reports were compiled ahead of sentencing.

A South Wales Police spokesman said: “We can confirm that the body of a man found in the River Taff has been identified as that of Raymond Croft. There are no suspicious circumstances and the coroner has been informed.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/28/2006 at 07:39 AM   
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Mister Peanut

For the record, this isn’t the first time Carter has slammed Tony Blair over his cooperation with President Bush in the war on terror. The last time he did it was in March, 2004 in an article that appeared in the Independent-UK entitled “Carter Savages Blair and Bush: Their War was Based on Lies”.

This miserable excuse for a human being has gone beyond getting on my nerves. The worst President in US history has no damn business backbiting Tony Blair, especially while Blair is out of the country on vacation. Mister Dipshit Peanut couldn’t do it to his face - no, he waits until Blair is in the Caribbean then goes running to the British media and starts spewing venom. This sorry SOB ain’t worth the sweat on my behind and he professes to be “authoritative” on world affairs? Horse manure!

This is the miserable dipshit who helped drive the Shah out of Iran, let the current Mad Mullah regime get started and let Americans sit in an embassy in Teheran for 400 days as hostages of Ayatollah Khomeini. And he has the audacity to call Tony Blair names? If anyone was subservient, it was Carter as he sucked up to every tinpot dictator and Middle Eastern madman in pursuit of a Nobel Prize. I am sick and tired of his bloviating and backstabbing the current administation. Send this verminous ratbag back to Georgia, lock him up and throw away the key. DAMN!

imageimageCompliant and Subservient:
Jimmy Carter’s explosive critique of Tony Blair
(TELEGRAPH-UK) - 27/08/2006

Tony Blair’s lack of leadership and timid subservience to George W Bush lie behind the ongoing crisis in Iraq and the worldwide threat of terrorism, according to the former American president Jimmy Carter.

“I have been surprised and extremely disappointed by Tony Blair’s behaviour,” he told The Sunday Telegraph. “I think that more than any other person in the world the Prime Minister could have had a moderating influence on Washington - and he has not. I really thought that Tony Blair, who I know personally to some degree, would be a constraint on President Bush’s policies towards Iraq.”

In an exclusive interview, President Carter made it plain that he sees Mr Blair’s lack of leadership as being a key factor in the present crisis in Iraq, which followed the 2003 invasion - a pre-emptive move he said he would never have considered himself as president. Mr Carter also said that the Iraq invasion had subverted the fight against terrorism and instead strengthened al-Qaeda and the recruitment of terrorists.

“In many countries where I meet with leaders and private citizens there is an equating of American policy with Great Britain - with Great Britain obviously playing the lesser role. We now have a situation where America is so unpopular overseas that even in countries like Egypt and Jordan our approval ratings are less than five per cent. It’s a shameful and pitiful state of affairs and I hold your British Prime Minister to be substantially responsible for being so compliant and subservient.”

The outspoken attack by the former Democratic president shows the extent of the alienation between the Labour Party and its traditional Democrat allies in America. It will embarrass the Prime Minister on his return from his summer family holiday in Barbados and comes as Mr Blair prepares to make a defiant speech warning his party that it risks losing the next election if it does not unite behind him.

As friends of the Prime Minister mounted frenzied briefings in his defence yesterday, the Downing Street spin machine appeared to run out of control. A statement first put out on Friday was reissued, in which Mr Blair made a desperate defence of his Government, insisting that “after nearly a decade in office the PM is convinced that his Government has the experience and authority to meet these challenges”.

Later officials at Downing Street admitted that they had simply redated the identical statement before sending it out to the press. At 81, Mr Carter - the 39th American president, from 1977 to 1981, and the winner of the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize - plainly has no intention of sitting on his porch and nodding quietly away as the sun goes down over his peanut farm. He has just published a book, Faith and Freedom, in which he savages the American administration for leading the country into insularity and intolerance.

“We’ve never before had an administration that would endorse pre-emptive war - that is a basic policy of going to war against another country even though our own security was not directly threatened,” he said. In his book, President Carter writes: “I have been sorely tempted to launch a military attack on foreigners.”

But had he still been president, he says that he would never have considered invading Iraq in 2003. “No,” he said, “I would never have ordered it. However, I wouldn’t have excluded going into Afghanistan, because I think we had to strike at al-Qaeda and its leadership. But then, to a major degree, we abandoned the anti-terrorist effort and went almost unilaterally with Great Britain into Iraq.”

This, Mr Carter believes, subverted the effectiveness of anti-terrorist efforts. Far from achieving peace and stability, the result has been a disaster on all fronts. “My own personal opinion is that the Iraqi people are not better off as a result of the invasion and people in America and Great Britain are not safer.”

Asked why he thinks Mr Blair has behaved in the way that he has with President Bush’s belligerent regime, Mr Carter said he could only put it down to timidity. Yet he confessed that he remains baffled by the apparent contrast between Mr Blair’s private remarks and his public utterances.

“I really believe the reports of former leaders who were present in conversations between Blair and Bush that Blair has expressed private opinions contrary to some of the public policies that he has adopted in subservience.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/28/2006 at 07:04 AM   
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Monday Morning Editorial


Hillary’s Howl
By Dick Morris

With Sen. Hillary Clinton’s 10-to-1 edge in campaign funding, her complaints about an ad from opponent John Spencer ad reminds one of an elephant howling in pain after having his toe stepped on by a flea. In fact, the Spencer ad, which castigated her record on terrorism, was a clean blow.

In the ad, Spencer criticizes Hillary for voting against the Patriot Act and opposing the National Security Agency policy of wiretapping conversations between Americans and foreigners without first getting a warrant from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. That characterization is fair and accurate on both issues.

Clinton, along with nearly every other member of Congress, voted for the Patriot Act right after 9/11. But when the act came up for renewal at the end of last year, she refused to vote to end a Democratic filibuster that killed the chance to extend the legislation. Instead, she backed a compromise to put the issue over until January.

After the Democrats had demonstrated their muscle by showing that they could hold off cloture on the anti-terrorist legislation, the administration and its allies realized they’d have to compromise, and agreed to changes watering down the act. Thus, Hillary joined almost everyone else in eventually voting for renewal, after she’d succeeded in weakening its protections.

The NSA wiretaps? She’s criticized them from the start, insisting that the administration should have to go to the foreign-intelligence court for approval before tapping any phone.

Spencer opens his ad with a picture of the Brooklyn Bridge and says, correctly, that if Clinton had her way on to the Patriot Act and the wiretaps, it would have opened the way for an al Qaeda strike to demolish the bridge.

The plot to blow up the bridge was uncovered in an NSA wiretap that could not have been preceded by a warrant. Federal investigators had no idea what they were looking for when it was discovered or where to look in the first place.

The NSA trolls through millions of phone calls and asks its sophisticated computers to discern patterns that might be suspicious. Apparently, the words “Brooklyn Bridge” (which must not translate well into Arabic) surfaced in one call, and that was enough to alert Police Commissioner Ray Kelly to flood the bridge with cops. (The alert was required by the Patriot Act, which mandates the sharing of such information, formerly limited by bureaucratic jealousy and concern about compromising sources.)

Then the NSA intercepted a call saying that the bridge was “too hot,” obviously from the terrorist. Finally, by interrogating a prisoner in Pakistan (an interrogation allowed by the Patriot Act without an attorney present), the authorities got the name of the plotter and arrested him. Chillingly, the terrorist had full plans for the bridge in his apartment and had correctly identified a spot on the bridge where a well-planted explosive would cause its collapse.

So what’s wrong with Spencer’s ad? Hillary does oppose the NSA’s “warrantless wiretaps.” She did vote against the Patriot Act in December of 2005. And but for the Patriot Act and wiretaps, the Brooklyn Bridge would have been blown up.

Clinton criticizes Spencer for showing Osama bin Laden’s picture in the ad next to hers. If she doesn’t like that, perhaps she should think twice before voting to unilaterally disarm us in the War on Terror.

Eileen McGann coauthored this column.

Dick Morris was an adviser to Bill Clinton for 20 years. Look for Dick’s new book “Condi vs. Hillary” available now. Copyright 2006 Dick Morris, All Rights Reserved. Distributed exclusively by Cagle Cartoons, Inc. Email for Dick Morris is

Eileen McGann, an attorney and consultant, is a CEO of and She works with Dick Morris on campaigns and around the world, specializing in using the internet to win elections.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/28/2006 at 01:00 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - August 27, 2006

Through The Looking Glass



BARKSDALE AIR FORCE BASE, La. (AFPN)—Munitions on display show the full capabilities of the B-52 Stratofortress. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Robert J. Horstman

Trivia: Can you find the nukes in this picture? How many?


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/27/2006 at 03:53 PM   
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Quote Of The Day

“The kingdom’s petroleum policy is moderation in prices. Despite the benefits that the increase in prices brings us, we advocate moderation in oil prices. Petroleum production is plentiful. That’s why I am surprised by ... the unjustified rise in prices.”
-- King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, complaining about the high price of gas, August 26, 2006

Memo To King Abdullah: STFU and count your money, asshat!


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/27/2006 at 12:15 PM   
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Shot Of The Day

Meanwhile back in Las Vegas, Americans are proving that there are much more important things than Middle East wars, Holy Jihad, tsunamis, hurricanes, terrorist attacks, plague and high gas prices. Yes, even more important than watching Cindy Sheehan appear on Oprah! Nothing can equal the importance of dressing up like a Borg and going to the Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas. Which begs the question ... How many times must Captain Kirk lose Ensign Expendable before the security detail refuses to beam down with him? Stoopid security people ... they never learn.



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/27/2006 at 12:04 PM   
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Fox Reporters Freed

After two weeks, the criminal gang who kidnapped the Fox News journalists finally set them free this morning - after forcing them to make anti-West statements and convert to Islam in front of cameras ... which they will not doubt be splashing all over the media and the internet in a matter of days. This is a complete farce.

All I’ve got to say about this is - don’t give me any bulls**t about “Holy War” or “resistance fighters”. These creeps are plain and simple outlaws and thugs and they haven’t come up with a new game plan in a thousand years. They’re just pulling the same old crap their tribal Bedouin ancesters pulled for centuries. Kidnap, ransom, kill, fight over loot. They never learn.

imageimageKidnapped Fox News Journalists Freed
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) - Aug 27, 8:55 AM (ET)

Militants freed two Fox News journalists on Sunday in the Gaza Strip, ending a nearly two week hostage drama in which one of the former captives said they were forced at gunpoint to make statements, including that they had converted to Islam.

Correspondent Steve Centanni, 60, of Washington, D.C., and cameraman Olaf Wiig, 36, of New Zealand, were dropped off at Gaza City’s Beach Hotel by Palestinian security officials. A tearful Centanni briefly embraced a Palestinian journalist in the lobby, then rushed upstairs with Wiig behind him.

The pair, who appeared to be in good health, then met with Palestinian officials, including Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh. The three men sat in a circle of chairs at the hotel, before the journalists held a news conference, then left and crossed into Israel.

“I want to thank everybody. I am happy to be here. I hope that this never scares a single journalist away from coming to Gaza to cover the story because the Palestinian people are very beautiful and kind hearted,” Centanni told reporters. “The world needs to know more about them. Don’t be discouraged.”

Wiig also said he was worried that the kidnapping would scare off reporters. “My biggest concern really is that as a result of what happened to us foreign journalists will be discouraged from coming to tell the story and that would be a great tragedy for the people of Palestine,” Wiig said. “You guys need us on the streets, and you need people to be aware of the story.”

Wiig’s wife, Anita McNaught, thanked Palestinian officials and Fox News for their efforts in getting the men released. The men refused to take questions, then traveled to the Erez and left Gaza.

In a phone call with Fox News, Centanni said that during his capture, he was held at times face down in a dark garage, tied up in painful positions, and that he and Wiig were forced at gunpoint to make statements, including that they had converted to Islam. “I’m a little emotional because this is overwhelming, but I’m fine,” Centanni said. “I’m so happy to be freed.”

- More on the release at MyWay News ...


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/27/2006 at 10:57 AM   
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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
  1. Keep a firm grasp of Right and Wrong
  2. Stay involved with government on every level and don't let those bastards get away with a thing
  3. Use every legal means to defend yourself in the event of real internal trouble, and, most importantly:
  4. Keep talking to each other, whether here or elsewhere
It's been a long strange trip without you Skipper, but thanks for pointing us in the right direction and giving us a swift kick in the behind to get us going. Keep lookin' down on us, will ya? Thanks.


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