Sunday, March 09, 2008

Larwyn's Link Explosion: The Mummy Returns

The Apostate Factory: Faith Freedom: ""O ye who believe! Ask not questions about things which if made plain to you, may cause you trouble. Some people before you did ask such questions, and on that account lost their faith."

The Mummy Returns: so says Mark Steyn... "Well, we will have Hillary Clinton to kick around some more, at least for another few weeks. The Mummy (as my radio pal Hugh Hewitt calls her) kicked open the sarcophagus door and, despite the rotting bandages dating back to Iowa, began staggering around terrorizing folks all over again. “She is a monster,” Obama adviser Samantha Power told a reporter from the Scotsman — and not a monster in a cute Loch Ness blurry long-distance kind of way but something far more repulsive and in your face. “You just look at her and think, ‘Ergh,’” continued Ms. Power, warming to her theme perhaps more than is advisable even in an interview with an overseas newspaper..."

The nuanced, evolving policy positions of Barack Obama: "In July of 2004, the day after his speech at the Democratic convention catapulted him into the national spotlight, Barack Obama told a group of reporters in Boston that the United States had an 'absolute obligation' to remain in Iraq long enough to make it a success."

Setting the stage for a Civil War in the Democrat Party: Hillary Clinton sets her sights on three ways to win the nomination.

Disney steers clear of "Path to 9/11" DVD: "Top brass at Disney were called on Thursday to defend their decision not to release the controversial miniseries 'The Path to 9/11' on DVD and to justify CEO Robert Iger's $27.7 million pay package... [the movie was] a 2006 ABC miniseries critical of President Bill Clinton's handling of terrorist threats, was so controversial that leading Democrats asked Disney not to air the program... At Disney's annual shareholders' meeting in Albuquerque, N.M., one mutual fund portfolio manager said it was high time Disney turned "Path" into a DVD and recouped some of the $40 million it spent on the project... The fund manager, Tom Borelli, accused Iger of protecting Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign at the expense of shareholders, and pointed out that Iger has been a steady Clinton donor since before the former first lady was elected to the Senate... He claimed to have a letter from a representative at indie studio Lionsgate proving that Disney has no intention of even selling the DVD rights to another company... "

Israel's Siege Continues: Richard Baehr on the survival of Israel and Judaism itself.

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