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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Random Links for a Wednesday

Found some good new while wandering the internet today. Here is some of it.

Michelle Malkin has an article about one of our most corrupt congresscritters actually facing a serious challenger this November. I'm not a fan of term limits believing the voters should decide, but Murtha is a pretty good argument in favor of term limits.

It isn't often we see any good news come out of the Pacific northwest, but this qualifies: 'Spam King' gets nearly 4 years in prison. Only thing better than a spammer getting sent to jail would be to see those who create computer viruses executed.

A race baiting pretend reverend was caught as a tax cheat. Unfortunately, unlike Pete Rose and Al Capone this tax cheat will never see a day behind bars.
Reverend Al Sharpton and his National Action Network have successfully escaped indictments and jail time after federal prosecutors dropped allegations of tax fraud and fiscal irregularities.

According to New York’s Daily News, feds had begun pursuing Sharpton and NAN when claims of contribution extortions from corporations to avoid possible protests against them were made. Although criminal charges are no longer a factor, both parties are expected to cough up somewhere around $2 million and $9 million in tax settlements.

An interesting development in the War on Terrorism shows AQ's propaganda arm is suffering: New York Times 2Q profit drops 82 percent. Bad news for the New York Times is good news for America!


Blogger Ben said...

90 million emails in 3 months?

Seems like enough.

July 23, 2008 at 11:23 PM


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