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June 2007 Archives

Yesterday the Supreme Court ruled that a lawsuit aimed at the president’s faith-based effort couldn’t go forward because, well, taxpayers can’t sure over specific executive branch expenditures. Writing for the majority, Justice Alito argued the federal budget is so big, […]

Great story of the man who loves lions and hyenas and, well, nothing of bears. I’m not sure that he is right that he can trust them with his life more than people but I am sure that his passion […]

Brian Lam is the editor-in-chief of Gizmodo, a blog by experienced journalists and talented young writers with one thing in common: An unnatural love for gadgets and tech. It’s also one of the world’s largest blogs, with over 37 million […]

Welcome to Appleism – the religion that is Apple. For decades we have heard of the “Cult of Apple” and the “Mac Cult” – the relatively small group of slavishly devoted technology fanatics obsessed with Apple and its pontiff, Steve […]

Sorry for the lack of posting. Part of it is due to technical difficulties on my end – for some reason a big entry got lost – and part of it is due to some hard days. I wrote about […]

Flipping through the WashPost over the weekend I read their article on Ruth Bell Graham. Halfway through I stumbled through these two paragraphs: Being a pastor’s wife, particularly an evangelical Christian pastor’s wife, is one of the hardest jobs there […]

Here is a quote for you: “It would be refreshing to be accused of being heartless and frugal, rather than getting in a bidding war on spending with the Democrats like we have lately,” says Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, […]

A friend pointed me to this:

Political wizard Marc Ambinder is out with his updated predictions for who is raising what when it comes to presidential politics. Go there to see it all but what strikes me is this – if you add up the lower […]

The House Oversight Committee released a report saying that e-mail records are missing for 51 of the 88 White House officials who had electronic message accounts with the Republican National Committee. And: The Bush administration may have committed “extensive” violations […]