Partisan Retoric

David Limbaugh outlines very well what Bush would have said on 9/11 of he had been trying to give a partisan speech. Worth reading, just to get your self back in balance with reality. Speaking of reality, it appears there’s a bit of a shortage around at the moment. Exhibit A: What’s his name from… Continue reading Partisan Retoric

Some stuff I intend to blog on in future

In no particular order VSM Feminism People who make assumptions, especially about conservatives, and human nature in general How I became a conservative Human Rights Smacking & section 59 (big one this one) Terri Shiavo (ditto) Might say something about Church Affairs, Church history might also come up Appeasment of bad people, why do people… Continue reading Some stuff I intend to blog on in future

Too much Heat, not enough Light

Sir Humphery’s has a very thoughtful piece on the Pope’s speech. “Sitting here thinking tonight, it came to me what Benedict was doing. I’ve read the entire speech a couple of times now, and I think that what he’s doing is reaching out to us, all of us that live in the West.” Far, far… Continue reading Too much Heat, not enough Light

NZ Herald – Canvas and Feminism

Getting my Herald Saturday morning and opening it up, out falls Canvas as per usual. Which reminds me of a article some weeks ago about a modern feminist. When asked about the relevance of feminism, she gave 3 reasons why it was still needed. 1. Rape 2. Domestic Violence 3. Advertising. Ok, first of all… Continue reading NZ Herald – Canvas and Feminism

Labour thinks we are all stupid

David Farrar has (the latest reason) why. So let me get this straight: Helen Clark, in spite of being a consummate politician of many, many years experience. She has run the tightest ship imaginable. She has appeared increasingly irate at National’s tactics. But she didn’t authorise The Duck’s antics in exposing an alleged affair from… Continue reading Labour thinks we are all stupid

5 Years Since 9/11

It’s now 5 years since 9/11. Of course, here in New Zealand, it was the 12th when we learnt about it all. Where was I? I woke up to the sound of National Radio as I always have. Now, I’m usually half-awake at this time so the news can get a bit jumbled. So when… Continue reading 5 Years Since 9/11

Why there will never be peace in the Middle East

David Farrar writes on the above topic. He’s right. Unlike David, I don’t find it funny anymore. It’s stupid and annoying. Fortunately, David and I only have to turn off the news. People in Israel have to duck rockets. —- I’ve been thinking quite a lot about the whole Israel thing lately. Who is right,… Continue reading Why there will never be peace in the Middle East