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Entries by James Boyce from 02/2007

Rudy Giuliani Is Not A Hero. Rudy Giuliani Is Not A Hero.

| Posted 02.01.2007 | Politics
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Rudy Giuliani put the emergency operations in a known terrorist target. This is not heroic. This is moronic. Now we have picture after picture of Giuliani wandering the streets - because he had no place to go.

Rudy Giuliani Is Not a Hero. Repeat After Me.

| Posted 02.02.2007 | Politics
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Rudy Giuliani is not a hero. When you place the command and control center so close to the World Trade Center that the new $50 million facility was d...

Rudy Giuliani Is Not A Hero. Saturday Edition.

| Posted 02.03.2007 | Politics
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Rudy Giuliani is not a hero. Heroes don't talk about their accomplishments. Heroes don't brag about what they did or how they did it. Rudy Giuliani...

Rudy Giuliani Is Not A Hero

| Posted 02.04.2007 | Politics
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Heroes don't pay the mother of their children $1,800 a month in child support when they are making $8 million a year in speaking engagements.

Rudy Giuliani Is Not A Hero. As One Father To Another.

| Posted 02.05.2007 | Politics
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Can you imagine writing your official biography and not including your children? Rudy can.

It Is The Best Of Times, It Is The Most Revolutionary Of Times.

| Posted 02.07.2007 | Politics
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Edwards is discovering that his bloggers blogged like bloggers. He should celebrate it, not condone their dismissal. He wanted a blogger, he got a blogger. End of story.

iAlone

Posted 02.08.2007 | Huffington Post

-- James Boyce God created health clubs / fitness centers / SportsClub LA for women to meet men and for men to meet women. Men used to hunt and gathe...

iAlone

| Posted 02.08.2007 | Healthy Living
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Where casual banter and flirtations on the treadmill once reigned, thanks to Steve Jobs and his iPod, now all is quiet and calm and chaste -- there is only exercise without the hope of procreation.

John Kerry. As You've Never Heard Him Before.

| Posted 02.12.2007 | Politics
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This afternoon at 2:00 pm, Nate Wilcox and I are having Senator John Kerry on our BlogTalkRadio show, "Heading Left" where we will discuss Senator Ker...

Grand Old Hypocrites

| Posted 02.16.2007 | Politics
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Eventually, American voters get tired of chickenhawks telling us how to fight wars or preachers with an alternative gay lifestyle reminding us of our moral obligations.

Rudy Giuliani Is Not A Hero. Charity Edition.

| Posted 02.16.2007 | Politics
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Rudy Giuliani is not a hero. In fact, anyone who takes $100,000 speaking fee and a private jet from a Tsunami Relief group is just the opposite, he's...

Wars Don't Take A Recess

| Posted 02.19.2007 | Huffington Post

The quote unquote leadership in Washington DC were so tired from stifling debate on a non-binding resolution, they immediately went on recess. As planned.

Mitt Romney's New Ad: Warning: May Cause Nausea And Loss Of Appetite.

| Posted 02.20.2007 | Politics
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"Flush with cash" Mitt Romney is launching a sixty second ad that is one part self-congratulatory crap and one part bald-faced lies.

Rudy Giuliani Is Not A Hero. Wes Clark? Different Story.

| Posted 02.21.2007 | Huffington Post

One man talks the talk. Another man walks the walk. Your call America.

General Wes Clark: Fighting the War on Iran While Other Democrats Just Fight Each Other

| Posted 02.22.2007 | Politics
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If you thought war with Iraq was bad, imagine a regional conflict that truly emboldens our enemies.

Rudy Giuliani Is Not A Hero. He Is, However, A Coward.

| Posted 02.23.2007 | Politics
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Rudy Giuliani is not a hero. In fact, even The New York Times today is a little surprised that Giuliani is so scared on the campaign trail that he ha...

Bloomberg Radio Uses Fake Group To Attack Al Gore

| Posted 02.26.2007 | Huffington Post

This evening, Bloomberg Radio will fail even the most basic level of journalistic ethics when they take part in the right-wing smear of Al Gore. The ...