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Poor analogy

Back when Brett Bonner was still around I suggested that he team up with Joe Teehan for a show like KVI’s commentators in which liberal Ken Schram and conservative Jon Carlson host a daily show. Joe on the other hand I see as liberal and not very sensible.  Most of the time I can’t stand […]

Putting an end to 15 seconds

Israel knows the number of Hamas rockets and mortar shells that have been fired from Gaza since they peacefully left the area in Palestinian rule.  The rest to the world may have been behind, but are starting to come up to speed.  I can’t imagine what life is like for those in Israel so it […]

JWR: Is Israel Using ‘Disproportionate Force’

Just the cold, hard facts. Forward to those who want them — and need them Israeli population centers in southern Israel have been the target of over 4,000 rockets, as well as thousands of mortar shells, fired by Hamas and other organizations since 2001. Rocket attacks increased by 500 percent after Israel withdrew completely from […]

Support peace in the Middle East, support Israel

I can visualize, though not remember the name of this kid who showed up in class partway through 2nd grade.  I remember him both because of how weird it sounded that he couldn’t have lights on at night in his last house and because he came to America after loosing his parents in a war.   […]

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