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Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Dangerous Books For Boys

http://www.makezine.com/blog/archive/2007/03/whoosh_boom_splat.html Video!

Good Stuff.

Saturday, December 23, 2006

OhGizmo Holiday Giveaway - $1,200 $1,400 $1,500 Worth Of Stuff And Counting [Updated]

OhGizmo Holiday Giveaway - $1,200 $1,400 $1,500 Worth Of Stuff And Counting [Updated]

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

mark horne: Wondering out loud

mark horne: Wondering out loud

Sunday, March 12, 2006

L-O-V-E and being Post Reformed

I am hereby declaring that I'm Post-Reformed. I'm serious. - G.C.

Saturday, February 18, 2006

Colonel Thomas William Bouldin Crews Home-2


Colonel Thomas William Bouldin Crews Home-2
Originally uploaded by Rick Gibbs.

Colonel Thomas William Bouldin Crews Home-2 Shot # 2

Split Rail Fence


Split Rail Fence
Originally uploaded by Rick Gibbs.

Split Rail Fence @ Shaw Nature Preserve
Gray Summit, Missouri

Colonel Thomas William Bouldin Crews Home


Colonel Thomas William Bouldin Crews Home
Originally uploaded by Rick Gibbs.

Colonel Thomas William Bouldin Crews Home @ Shaw Nature Preserve,
Gray Summit, Missouri

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India seeking 'closer Iran ties'

Both India and China need natural gas and oil to support their growing economies, that is a problem for the U.S. as they both seek alliances with Iran for their energy needs. - Rick

"Last month, the US ambassador to Delhi was reported warning that a deal giving India US nuclear technology could collapse if India did not back the motion against Iran, although he later said his comments were taken out of context.
Mr Singh also recommitted his government to building a gas pipeline through Pakistan to Iran - a seven billion dollar project fiercely opposed by Washington.
Our correspondent says the timing of the announcement is also particularly sensitive, given that President Bush is due in Delhi next month."

Monday, January 09, 2006

The Republican Guard Take-a-Bathists

Most Americans, including most Republicans, want out of Iraq. But President Bush is ignoring this. He continues to rally his supporters around the banner of victory over the Iraqi resistance movement. This, he cannot deliver. This, his supporters will not experience. But they will not go away, either. So, for the Republican Party after 2008, these die-hard Bushites will be electoral poison.

Monday, April 25, 2005

Non-Intervention and Its Discontents by Gary North

Anyone whose ideological roots are in the Old Right and who goes into print against the latest military crusade starts getting letters from conservatives. These letters begin with some variation of "if liberals like you . . . ." The critics do not have in mind nineteenth-century liberalism. They assume that anyone who opposes war is a pacifist, and that all pacifists except the Amish are leftists.

Why is this? For that matter, why is it that the outraged letters always come from conservatives? Why don't we get letters from outraged liberals? In all of America's military crusades, liberals in Congress and the White House vote for the war. Usually, the Left initiates this country's entry into war: World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam. Toss in Somalia and the Balkans as side-shows.

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