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Large Hadron Collider Rap (Hot video embed)

For physics nerds, CERN fans, and others who just like rap!

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More Hilarity–Jon Stewart on Obama’s Acceptance Speech (video embed)

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Panoramic Photo of the Alaska Governor’s Mansion (link)

Great Pic!

Check out the other panoramic photos of Alaska at link!

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Obama’s Greek Temple at Invesco Field (Photo)

What is spooky is its resemblance to Brandenburg Gate (Obama to Merkel: “I will not be denied!”)…see below.

A McCain advisor wondered aloud if this news was from the Onion. Take a look at this (from John McCormick at The Weekly Standard Blog).

Here’s a pic of the Brandenburg Gate.


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Denver: The Circus comes to town.

This is going to be a psychedelic week!

“…a light will shine through that window, a beam of light will come down upon you, you will experience an epiphany … and you will suddenly realize that you must go to the polls and vote for Obama”‘

— Barack Hussein Obama

Above is a drawing by Otto Veblin which appears today in an article by James Lewis in American Thinker entitled “Why are liberals so gullible?”

Great article…a must read by all conservative standards (via link above).

Here’s an excerpt…

When you see Obama’s next Nuremberg Rally with his nose in the air, take it as a sign of things to come. He really does despise us, you know. But he feels sorry for us, too, because he knows better. Contempt and pity go hand in hand. Maybe the liberal masses just love being pitied. Maybe they just accept being weak, helpless, and not too bright. Good grief.

Liberalism doesn’t change. What might change, over time, is for more sensible folk to recover their voices, after being completely shut out of the public square by the Sixties Left. The answer to liberal gullibility is debate, debate, debate. Open up those minds, tell them it’s ok to think your own thoughts, it’s ok to be different. Intellectual courage matters.

The media should never be run by a professional guild. Monopolies kill competing voices. Real thinking only thrives with vigorous intellectual competition. That’s why our universities have become brain-dead company towns. That’s why the Old Media need to go out of business, and the sooner the better.

When America rediscovers open debate, freedom will thrive again. The victims of media delusions will discover a world of intellectual excitement and danger. True Believers will have to deal with the reality of Doubt.

Here’s to it. Vive la liberté!


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Obama/Biden: “Congenital Windbags 2008!”

Barry picks Biden! And I thought Obama didn’t have a sense of humor.

Obama, himself abundantly gaffe-prone, picks another congenital windbag also most well-known for his loose lips and love of the microphone.

I know, I know! “Don’t tell me words don’t matter.” Heheh!

This election is going to be more fun than a college kegger!

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Inside Story–How The Enquirer got the goods on John Edwards and Rielle Hunter

If you are curious as to how the National Enquirer chased down the Edwards/Hunter story, here’s the scoop in today’s The New Republic (“Open Tab–The dark art of the ‘National Enquirer” by Gabriel Sherman).

Here’s an excerpt…

In September 2007, Rick Egusquiza, a bartender turned Hollywood reporter who joined the Enquirer in 2000, was sitting at his desk in the paper’s Los Angeles bureau when he answered the tip line. (“I’m a nice guy, so people tell me things,” Egusquiza says.) The anonymous source told him that Edwards was having an affair with Hunter. “I was like, ‘Whoa, this is great,’ ” he recalled. “Not like this is great, but you know, like this is something I want to check out.” The piece was assigned the next day, and Barry Levine, the Enquirer‘s executive editor based in New York, directed the coverage that grew to include nearly a dozen reporters. “We saw some of the videos. It was clear back then, the flirtation was going on. Edwards was like a blushing kid to her,” Egusquiza says.


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By the way…here’s another interesting tidbit from the story…

…the mainstream media knows that presidential candidates are fair game for celebrity tabloids. And the Enquirer will be trying to drive some of that coverage in the months ahead. The Enquirer’s reporters are already out there, digging, hustling, and working their sources. “We are definitely looking into Obama. We hear a lot of tips. I can’t tell you how many things we hear all the time,”


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