Sunday, May 29, 2005

Edited by Victor A. Cuvo

Doug Giles' 10 Habits of Decidedly Defective People:
1. Be a slacker.
2. Blame others.
3. Embrace hopelessness.
4. Follow others mindlessly.
5. Be a wet blanket.
6. Hang out with morons.
7. Be a self obsessed me-monkey.
8. Stand for nothing.
9. Have an “it’s not my job” mentality.
10. Quit when the going gets tough.



Filibuster battle altering '08 presidential landscape

Sen. George Allen, Virginia Republican, could see an unexpected boost in his presidential prospects from his support of the filibuster rules change.
ROD A. LAMKEY, JR. (THE WASHINGTON TIMES)

President Clinton Cancels Part of Tsunami...


French Voters Face Historic Choice at Polls

MoveOn.org's anti-Catholic Paranoia
By Don Feder
In demonizing Catholics, the Democratic organ takes a page from the KKK. More>



story.television.ap.jpgJunior Allen
Released after 3 decades
After 35 years in prison for stealing a black-and-white television set Junior Allen is a free man.


OPINION:
A Betrayal of Historic Proportions" by David Limbaugh

Sovereignty hangs on in Europe
by George Will (5/29)
The European Union, which has a flag no one salutes and an anthem no one knows, now seeks ratification of a constitution few have read






10 Habits of Decidedly Defective People©
by Doug Giles (5/28)
For people who are finding it difficult to ruin their lives, let me help you with 10 sure-fire ways to ram your chances of success solidly into a brick wall.

Thomas F. Madden: Ridley Scott’s Kingdom of Heaven is worthy of Pangloss


hodge podge of stuff:

Civil War Preservation Trust unveils latest report on the economic benefits of battlefield preservation.
Click here for news release...

Buffett's Buying Energy

Warren Buffett


The World’s First Murder: A Closer Look at Cain and Abel
By Rabbi David Fohrman