Monday, July 7, 2008

Daily Trek -- July 6, 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.
Will the Colombian Hostage Rescue Expose the Democrat's Links to FARC?

San Francisco mayor Newsome now says he will cooperate with ICE by reporting illegal alien juvenile felons.  This is after the city was caught harboring convicted juvenile crack dealers.

Musharraf of Pakistan has reportedly given the US the okay to launch predator attacks on Osama Bin Laden if he is spotted inside Pakistan.  Do you really think we wouldn't have anyway if we were certain it was him?

Chevy to manufacture the Beat concept for sale in the US.  The realization of high gas prices is forcing the production of less profitable vehicles, but at least they should sell. (Picture at link).

Obama's position on abortion has flipped and now flipped back... I think?  I really can't keep track any more.

LGF "Barack Obama’s image as a “community organizer and activist” suffers when you take a closer look at the Chicago neighborhoods where he put his ideas for hope and change into action: Grim proving ground for Obama’s housing policy - The Boston Globe. CHICAGO - The squat brick buildings of Grove Parc Plaza,"

As boomers retire is it possible universities could return to teaching and turn away from indoctrination?  We can only hope!

CNN has failed in it's duty to report on who Bud Day is and why he is supporting McCain. Luckily there are bloggers!

"Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said on Saturday that the country's security forces have managed to save Baghdad from a "siege by terrorists" backed by foreign nations. ... We have defeated the terrorists."

Charlotte smashed a 123 year temperature record -- hitting the coldest temperature in over a century!

"While most Americans probably slept, 1,215 Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, raised their right hands and committed to a combined 5,500 years of additional service during the largest reenlistment ceremony in the history of the American military."

"Chris Wallace: 'I thought we were fair and balanced. But since coming to Fox four and a half years ago, I have come to see things a little differently.  I, in fact, do believe there is a bias in the mainstream media and that is something I was only able to understand when I was outside of it.'"

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