The Radio Equalizer: Brian Maloney

25 July 2005

What's New This Week

No Summer Doldrums


Lots of interesting summertime news. Here's what's getting my attention:


Should government stay out of the barnyard? Seattle Post-Intelligencer columnist Robert L Jamieson is against Republican-sponsored anti-bestiality legislation, to be filed in Olympia by Sen. Pam Roach.

Didn't the recent sick, fatal situation in Enumclaw make this law necessary? Does Washington state really want to be a destination for animal-seeking tourists? Many others made this illegal long ago.


The sleazy Sierra Club
will stop at nothing to decimate private property rights, even when liberal councils approve land development plans.

A recent case in Davenport, California, saw the extremist environmental group press California's Coastal Commission for reimbursement of legal fees, after it successfully sued a proposed small business out of existence.

That means taxpayers will pay to fatten Sierra's lawyers, for litigation that was outrageous to begin with. Read the Santa Cruz Sentinel guest Op-Ed by Lois Schum here.


Liberal Dems love to
talk about Niger, when it comes to Joe and Valerie-inspired political tantrums, but don't have much to say about the severe famine now tearing apart the country.


Nothing gets New Englanders
more excited than talk of redesigned Dunkin' Donuts boxes. A lucky 8-year-old girl won a contest with her sunny, happy drawing.


Ninety-seven percent of Tanzanians now have access to mobile phones. This BBC report reveals that even the most remote African villages have coverage, far more complete than found in the US, or Europe. The mobile is rapidly reshaping African economies and cultural dynamics.


They're really going in-depth
on shadowy terrorism figures at RedStateRant. A lot of information here I haven't seen elsewhere.


Michelle Malkin has the full story of Pennsylvania's crazy Lt. Governor, who showed up at a Marine's funeral to give an anti-war tirade. Warning: socks will be knocked off.


Dan ponders Hillary's motives in supporting John Roberts for the US Supreme Court, at the Museum of Left Wing Lunacy.


Trump vs. the UN, at Isn't It Rich.


Kent explores the controversy involving CNBC's Donny Deutsch and author Bernard Goldberg at RightFromLeft.


At NorthWestRepublican, a look at the man accused of threatening Oregon talk show host Lars Larson.


5 Comments:

  • Liberal Dems love to talk about Niger, when it comes to Joe and Valerie-inspired political tantrums, but don't have much to say about the severe famine now tearing apart the country.

    I sent a hundred dollars to the relief effort. I'm also capable of multitasking. I can talk about the famine, without forgeting how this administration damaged national security to smear a critic.

    What exactly are the compassionate Republicans doing?

    By Blogger Dick Tuck, at 25 July, 2005 05:09  

  • What exactly are the compassionate Republicans doing?

    I was actually expecting the link to take me to an article concerning legislation that was being impeded by the Democrats. Instead the RadioEqualizer continues to hit new lows by taking a sad article concerning famine and turning it into political fodder.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 25 July, 2005 08:32  

  • May a glass be raised to State Senator Pam Roach. . .

    By Blogger Josef, at 25 July, 2005 15:48  

  • Compassionate Republicans are losing the compassion (finally), and actually doing the work that is needed to be done.

    By Blogger Sailor Republica, at 25 July, 2005 18:55  

  • I agree with Sailor. Enough of the bullshit. It is time to terminate all government programs for the blind, disabled and the elderly.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 26 July, 2005 17:11  

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