February 29, 2008

Liquor Licenses

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Filed under: Alcohol - 29 Feb 2008

A California Liquor License seems like it should be easy to obtain. This isn’t the case & unfortunately it’s not easy in other States either.

Two friends are entering the restaurant business – one in California & one in Florida. I offered to …

December 8, 2007

Oprah For Vice President

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Filed under: Elections - 08 Dec 2007

The most popular woman in media has thrown her full weight behind Obama, telling Iowa and the world that Barrack “is the one.” What’s amazing is that it’s been suggested that Oprah might end up as Obama’s running mate: can you imagine it! Our nation’s first black …

December 6, 2007

Fred Thompson?

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Filed under: International - 06 Dec 2007

Oh what a stir Monday’s intelligence report has caused. Everybody wants a piece. Just for amusement, just because it sounds absurd and pathetic, here’s a darned quote from tough-as-nails-by-gad presidential contender Fred Thompson:

“The administration gets to say its policies worked; the Democrats get to claim we should have …

December 5, 2007

More On The Iran Intelligence Report

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Filed under: International - 05 Dec 2007

There are some pretty strong claims floating around that the U.S. Intelligence community’s statement from Monday is less than perfectly accurate, and it’s only fair to give these suggestions a little air. The chief objection is that the lines between “civilian” nuclear capacity and “military” nuclear capacity is fairly …

December 4, 2007

Amadinejad Sure Is Shrewd

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Filed under: International - 04 Dec 2007

While most of the world breathes a collective sigh of relief as the specter of war with Iran recedes a little, President Amadinejad wasted no time in making what I think is a rather shocking proposal this afternoon, at a meeting of judiciary chiefs from Islamic countries. He suggested …

December 3, 2007

IRAN IS INNOCENT

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Filed under: International - 03 Dec 2007

Sometimes I feel like our country acts like a big, ugly chode. Especially when it comes to foreign policy, and especially when it comes to our current administration’s attitude towards foreign policy. But when one part of our government highlights this all on its own, it makes me …

December 2, 2007

Iran’s Uranium Enrichment

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Filed under: International - 02 Dec 2007

Iran took a very important step today towards provoking economic sanctions. Saeed Jalil, Iran’s nuclear negotiator with the UN, sat down for five hours of debate today with the promise that he would bring “new initiatives” to the table: however, in the end, he categorically refused to acknowledge …

November 30, 2007

Counterinsurgency Field Manual

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Filed under: War - 30 Nov 2007

Baghdad, Baqubah, Basra and Iraq in general have by no means settled down and become peaceful. Roadside bombs are killing American soldiers, suicide bombs are massacring Iraqi civilians and police. But some progress is being made, as is evidenced by the broad truce that was declared three months …

Truce In Baghdad Seems To Hold

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Filed under: Iraq,War - 30 Nov 2007

When additional American forces were deployed to Iraq, many of them were assigned to the impoverished neighborhood called Sadr City, where the Mahdi Army (Jaish al-Mahdi, or “JAM” in American military shorthand) has been attempting to establish itself as the decisive security force that can protect and provide for the …

November 28, 2007

Not That Bad In France

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Filed under: Immigration - 28 Nov 2007

It seems that our Gallic partners in the West are not to suffer the fire and chaos that swept the nation two years ago. After only a few days of violent unrest in the Parisian suburbs — including the disturbing use of shotguns by immigrant youths on the riot …

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