MommaBare wrote in to let me know about this story (already mentioned by the Instapundit). It would be nice if it is true.
Made homemade black bean soup for dinner tonight, and I was told by my guest that she had never heard of anyone putting cilantro in black bean soup. Is this a curious oddity on my part, or have others heard of this? I also refuse to eat black bean soup unless it is ropped with sour cream, red onion, and a touch of sherry and tabasco. Maybe I am just nuts.
Spent the whole day researching, so again the posts have been light. I will post more tomorrow.
At any rate, I had intended to savage Will Hutton today, but I was alerted by reader and fellow blogger that he had already undertaken the task. Not exactly what I would say, but any dung flung in Hutton’s face is a good thing.
There were particular sentences that really irked me, including these gems.
Dangerous dictator he may be, but the unilateral decision to declare war upon another state without a casus belli other than suspicion will upset the fabric of law on which international relations rests, as well as destabilising the Middle East.
God forbid we destabilize the Middle East. How a region already drowning in violence (violence usually overlooked by our EU friends), and ruled by a string of petty dictators, theocrats, and cruel autocrats can be further destabilized is a conundrum in itself, but far beyond Hutton’s delicate insight.
The Supreme Court’s suspension of the Florida recount in December 2000, to gift the presidency to Bush, is part of the same story.
Really. I just do not have the energy tonight for this loathesome loser. Just go read his bile here.
Excellent article by Matt Welch in Reason magazine discussing sanctions and Iraq.
I don’t know why I even read the Guardian anymore. All it does is infuriate me. When I have energy tomorrow, I will dissect this latest piece of dumpster grunge offered up by Will Hutton.
Fascinating article in the latest dead-wood version of the American Spectator about the new lifestream software from Scopeware. I am signing up for a beta test spot, because this sounds revolutionary…
An interesting article in the NY Times about the popular support Charles Pickering has from black Mississippians. This goes a long way to show how the NAACP and Congressional Black Caucus are just not mainstream organizations anymore but knee-jerk mouthpieces for the race-baiting loony left.