Why is it some stories just seem to disappear faster than documents in Sandy Berger’s socks? For instance, is anyone looking into Harold Ford Sr.’s voting? Does he vote here or does he vote in Florida? Maybe he’s a bi-voter. Shouldn’t someone take a look into this?
I also would like an update on Mary McCarthy. Don’t remember her? She’s the CIA employee who was hauled off a year and a half ago and some think she was a leaker pal of Valerie Plame, Joe Wilson, Rand Beers, et al. Shortly around that time CIA director Porter Goss resigned. Now there are stories about a new internal CIA investigation under director Michael Hayden. Did Mary just poof away or is she blabbing. Enquiring minds want to know.
Once the Democrats attain their nirvana of universal health care, can pet health care be far behind? Why should Fluffy or Spot have to suffer diabetes, back trouble, cancer or heart disease just because they’re a dog or cat? Quick, somebody tell one term Stevie (our congressman) of this disparity so he can introduce a P (pet) chip. I’m sure PETA would stand beside him.
How far down does the liberal bias go? All the way to your library shelf if you live in Memphis.
Good luck trying to find a conservative book in this town. Popular library books tout the latest liberal book whacking the President but you won’t find some biggies there or in the catalog.
As of early October you’re out of luck if you want to check out Clarence Thomas’ “My Grandfather’s Son.” “Power to the People” by Laura Ingraham? Well, the people don’t have the power to check it out at MPL. Others not listed, but important books nonetheless include “Evangelical President” by Bill Sammons, “Sabotage” by Rowan Scarborough, “The Shadow Party” by David Horowitz, “Hog Pilots, Blue Water Grunts” by Robert Kaplan. Sad, isn’t it?
The New York Times doesn’t want any child left behind – when it comes to liberalism. Their Sunday edition blue wrapper pimps for the DNC, Pinch Sulzberger and the teachers union. “Support Education” it reads. “When you go on vacation donate the credit for your suspended copies to provide the Times to schools.” Well, one hand washes the other as they say.