[Note: FUBAR = fucked up beyond all recognition for my non-military friends]
Lt. Col. Paul Yingling, deputy commander of the 3rd Armored Calvary Regiment, wrote a scathing indictment of the top brass in an article for Armed Forces Journal. It’s worth a read. In it he makes a couple points I wanted to highlight and comment on. I’ve been having several conversations lately about the war and had one just today with a friend. We weren’t coming from the same direction entirely, but there were certainly some takaways from it that actually line up with Col. Yingling.
His first […]Full Story... →
This is too funny. Fox News apparently is so desperate for right-wing drivel that they have resorted to reporting parody as actual news in an attempt to get the knuckle draggers to foam at the mouth. I’ve always thought the Fox News audience was basically the same demographic that continues to forward me wingnut laced hoax emails. Think I’ll go ahead and pen over the pencil on that theory…Full Story... →
via PO who is hosting:
COLUMBUS ? U.S. Representative Tim Ryan will meet with Central Ohio Catholic leaders Saturday at the offices of ProgressOhio.org, 265 S. 3rd Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215. He will hold a press availability at 11:30 a.m.
Rep. Ryan and other Catholic leaders at a Columbus Town Hall meeting on strategies to end the war in Iraq. The group will discuss how to mobilize Catholics around the state and encourage them to contact their congressional representatives and make their anti-war views known.
In Columbus, Eric McFadden, director of the Governor’s Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, […]Full Story... →
Awesome. From Dave at ProgreeOhio:
Strong American Schools is a nonpartisan public awareness and action campaign offering a voice to every American who supports ?ED in 08.? The goal is to ensure that the nation engages in a rigorous debate and to make education a top priority in the 2008 presidential election. They expect candidates to offer genuine leadership rather than empty rhetoric and tell voters how they intend to strengthen America?s schools so all students receive the education they deserve.
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The first debate of the 2008 Presidential race is behind us. The Democrat side was represented by far too many people – so much so that the wide view made it hard to distinguish between the candidates. The flag backdrop was nice though:
The bottom line is this pretty much means nothing in the bigger picture. I didn’t see anything that happened that might shake up the current balance other than Edwards appearing to fade somewhat. The show of hands questions were idiotic. They should have limited the questions, but it had to be tough with such a large […]Full Story... →