Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Playing Catch Up

Apologies for the absence these past couple days, I've been a bit under the weather. I'll be updating again regularly starting tomorrow, but for now, here are some quick links:

Tom Delay resigned from his seat in Congress. I'd hoped it wouldn't come to this, but of course it's not my decision to make. Nonetheless, I'm still confident that the politically motivated prosecution of Delay by Ronnie Earle will be exposed as baseless and untrue. Huge reaction roundup from Wizbang and Michelle Malkin.

Not surprisingly, Rep. Cynthia McKinney, the woman who accosted a Capitol Hill Police Officer, is being called "a distraction" by fellow Democrats. Even her own party sees her publicity stunt for what it is. I hope they recognize her criminal actions as well.

Katie Couric is leaving NBC's Today Show for the CBS Evening News and 60 Minutes. I'm sure the goal is some form of a ratings boost. Better luck with that when they drop the softball questions and the agenda journalism.

Remember the immigration rallies that swept the nation last week? Well they were organized by none other than International A.N.S.W.E.R., which, by the way is a Communist organization and a front for the Workers World Party. Most recently, the WWP and ANSWER have supported dictators like Saddam Hussein and North Korea's Kim Il Jong. What does this have to say about the immigration rallies? Details over at Power Line and The Washington Times.

Hamas blatantly lied to the U.N. and the international officials over there ate it up. Just goes to show you that all U.N. officials really want from rogue nations is an "I promise not to be bad" or some other non-binding, zero-consequences statement and that's good enough for them. LGF has the story.

Lastly, there's word floating around that some judges might get confirmed --or at least get the up-or-down vote they deserve-- in the near future.