Monthly Archives: December 2006

A vicious dictator meets his end at a gallows

If you’ve been under a rock for the last 18 hours and this is the first you’re reading, which is unlikely, please be aware: we no longer live in a world in which we can blame our ills on Saddam … Continue reading

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2006: The Year That Was

January: Sherrod Brown not running for Senate.January: Paul Hackett running for Senate. BlogginRyan is torn.January: Sherrod Brown running for Senate.January: Ryan loves Paul Hackett and Sherrod Brown, but thinks Sherrod’s attitude is a little too cavalier when it’s 70 degrees … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays

Happy holiday season to all of my readers, so many you are numbered. Things have been quiet at the BlogHouse of late owing to a lengthy visit back home and to my wonderful girlfriend’s parents’ place in Ridgeley, West Virginia. … Continue reading

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Peter Boyle, 1935-2006

Actor Peter Boyle, television’s Frank Barone of the show Everybody Loves Raymond, has died in New York City. I always enjoyed his role as Frank Barone on the show. Rest his soul.

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More on the Kucinich drama

The warfare going on at BSB has taken a turn. Apparently I’m not the only person who thinks that this is an awful idea. Openers has the coverage of the announcement and subsequent firefight between Dennis and reporters. For those … Continue reading

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DJK in 08? According to the PD, yes.

Openers leads off today with an announcement of an announcement: Dennis Kucinich plans to run for the 2008 Democratic nomination for President. The announcement appears to be geared for 9AM today, based on his non-Congressional website being down and showing … Continue reading

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Schmuckery and et al…

Jack Kingston was on The Colbert Report last night, with Mr. Colbert interviewing him about the Democratic expansion of the Congressional workweek to 5 days. When I find video for this, I would like you to share in the revelry … Continue reading

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