Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Daily Trek -- July 29, 2008

What'd I miss?

Everything you need to know to stay informed each day in 5 minutes or less!  Read your regular news and include this and you will be able to participate in most any current events discussion.
Clear Channel unveiled online radio network of more then 900 stations.

The US could be headed for orange alert level (heightened) because of so many high profile events (Olympics, two conventions, election).

John Voight wrote a scathing Op-Ed that hits Obama and the Democrats hard, it's pretty good and true.

Did Chavez get taken by China?  Chavez bought tons of new equipment with the understanding that China would build a refinery that can handle his dirty oil, but they don't appear to have held up their end.

Amadinejad says he met with a Presidential Candidate during his visit to NY last year.  He was left with the impression that Americans and the world are with him.  I don't buy it, I think the guys is bat shit crazy!

First the state of IL doesn't seem to have hardly any of Obama's State Senate papers and now Columbia can't seem to locate his senior thesis!

Bob Novak was diagnosed in Boston with a brain tumor.

The AP is completely unbiased, right:
Republicans on Saturday blocked the Senate from considering a bill next week that would nearly double federal aid to help the poor pay heating and air-conditioning bills
Although a dozen Senate Republicans support the measure, most voted with GOP leaders who would rather spend the time trumpeting their call to expand offshore oil drilling before Congress takes six weeks off for vacation and the presidential nominating conventions.
SEIU is under investigation for forcing its members to pay dues into a their PAC that is used to support Democrats.

Al-Qaeda chemical weapons expert Midhat Mursi al-Sayid Umar was Monday in a suspected US missile strike in Pakistan.

The rest of the world is gobbling up all the gas, oil, and coal they can get, and laughing while the Democrats and eco-wackos force us to diddle.
Apologies to Say Anything Blog -- their server is down again and I can't get the links to some of the posts above so I used to original sources.

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