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Iran caught red-handed
Israeli defense minister Shaul Mofaz said that he has proof that Iran and Syria were behind the latest suicide murder attack in Tel Aviv. If Iran and Syria wanted to give Israel even more justification in the world's eye to punish them, this was certainly one way to do it. All hell's about to break loose; at the same time as the US briefs the Turkish military and prepositions assets capable of striking Iran's nuclear facilities, and Israel declares its readiness for a March strike to end Iran's genocidal fantasies, the lunatic hojjatieh in Iran provide Israel with a "kick me" sign on their back. ev and I are praying for the safety of our Israeli friends in these difficult times.
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Just call me PHMCAV
What are some people thinking when they name their kids? Are they even thinking? So, Peaches Honeyblossom Michelle Charlotte Angel Vanessa Geldof, why do you hate your name? Peaches Honeyblossom makes me think of herbal tea. Still, that's not as bad as her sisters' names, Fifi Trixibelle, Pixie, and Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily. The names Fifi and Pixie make me think of poodles and Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily sounds like an ad for a Thai bordello.
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Rooting out academia's rot
UCLAProfs.com is offering students cash bounties for exposing their professors' inappropriate political rants and left-wing intimidation in the classroom setting. A capital idea! As a bonus, it gives the Grauniad fits. The word witch-hunt is used, which is unintentionally telling and appropriate, since in fact, these witches are the droids you're looking for. Since when is soliciting and gathering empirical evidence of the inappropriate abuse of the academic setting for radical politics a "witch-hunt"? If you don't cast spells, you won't be exposed as a witch. It seems pretty cut-and-dried to me. Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Rightwing group offers students $100 to spy on professors
It is the sort of invitation any poverty-stricken student would find hard to resist. "Do you have a professor who just can't stop talking about President Bush, about the war in Iraq, about the Republican party, or any other ideological issue that has nothing to do with the class subject matter? If you help ... expose the professor, we'll pay you for your work."

For full notes, a tape recording and a copy of all teaching materials, students at the University of California Los Angeles are being offered $100 (£57) - the tape recorder is provided free of charge - by an alumni group.
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Murtha's reception getting chillier
At NewsBusters, Tom Segel blogs about the increasingly chilly reception that John Murtha has been receiving. It looks like America can see right through the Democrats' latest anti-war war veteran stalking-horse. Could attitudes concerning John Murtha be changing? I hope with Segel that they are, and although I and many others never found Murtha credible to begin with. The Democrats? They'll find another one to dishonor his fellow servicemen. There's always someone willing to be their patsy, exchanging an eventual ignominious infamy for a fleeting fame.
When the Democrats found Murtha to be their anti-war poster boy, the feeling was he would be immune to any criticism. That may have been true in November. January came in with a much different tone in the air.
Here's the Murtha The Turncoat piece in the NY Post by Kieran Lalor that Segel refers to; it's also well worth reading. OTOH, the NYT is predictably still carrying Murtha's water. Disappointing who the author is, too:

James Webb, a secretary of the Navy in the Reagan administration, was a Marine platoon and company commander in Vietnam.

The Corner is skeptical, pointing out that Democrats want to draft Webb to contest Sen. Allen's seat.

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Best Friends
What do Bashar al-Assad and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad have in common? They're united in their hatred for Israel.
Iran regards its friendship with Israel-bordering Syria as vital so it can use it as a logisitcal base to provide support to extremists such as Lebanon's Hezbollah, and the Palestinian Hamas and Islamic Jihad groups. Syria, its economy in tatters after failed nationalisation schemes and the demise of its Soviet bloc backers, relies on oil-rich Iran for support.

Before his departure, Ahmadinejad indicated that he and al-Assad would discuss "the continous interferences by foreign forces in the [Middle East] region." The Iranian president added that such interference was the "attempt [by the West through a UN Security Council resolution] to disarm Hezbollah in Lebanon and Western pressure to force the Palestinians to sit at the negotiating table with the Israelis."
God forbid there should be no terrorist groups or that Arabs should negotiate with Jews. It might lead to peace in the Middle East and then what?
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Suicide by murder
The belief that suicide bombers are poor, uneducated, disaffected or disturbed is contradicted by science. Marc Sageman, a forensic psychiatrist at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, found in a study of 400 Al Qaeda members that three quarters of his sample came from the upper or middle class. Moreover, he noted, "the vast majority--90 percent--came from caring, intact families. Sixty-three percent had gone to college, as compared with the 5-6 percent that's usual for the third world. These are the best and brightest of their societies in many ways." Nor were they sans employment and familial duties. "Far from having no family or job responsibilities, 73 percent were married and the vast majority had children.... Three quarters were professionals or semiprofessionals. They are engineers, architects and civil engineers, mostly scientists. Very few humanities are represented, and quite surprisingly very few had any background in religion."
Read the whole article here: Murdercide -- Science unravels the myth of suicide bombers. So what makes them do it? A culture that idolizes martyrs and martyrdom, bonds of friendship with other terrorists, and according to a Princeton economist, the lack of civil liberties in their home countries.
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The Garden in Winter
My last post about winter color focused solely on hellebores. I will try to squeeze the rest of the flowering shrubs and trees into one post.

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