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Your weekend reading assignment:
– The Democrats are playing politics with our national security. Here’s the nuts and bolts about what this means for our intelligence: When the Clock Strikes Midnight, We Will Be Significantly Less Safe.
– Know how many terrorists have actually been waterboarded since 9/11? Three. That’s it, just three. And each one gave us valuable intelligence. If Democrats were serious about stopping waterboarding, they would have made it illegal. But they didn’t. Know why? Because they didn’t want to be blamed if we missed getting key intel by using waterboarding–a very effective interrogation technique. Read Jonah Goldberg’s Five Minutes Well Spent.
– The Senate passed the Protect America Act, but for some reason (moveon.org) Nancy Pelosi refused to even permit a vote in the House (it would have passed with a large bipartisan majority). But this shouldn’t surprise anyone. Read Dems’ Dangerous FISA Game.
– We’ve had our issues with John McCain–McCain/Feingold, McCain/Lieberman, McCain/Kennedy, class warfare rhetoric opposing Bush tax cuts, Gitmo, etc.–and these things haven’t gone away. But we are pragmatic about our politics and we recognize that the alternative to McCain is much, much worse. We were already resigned to this mindset. But after reading Larry Kudlow’s The Case For McCain we’re fired up about a McCain presidency.
*UPDATE 3:01am MST: Our friend, Benjamin Treasure, penned a fantastic piece about the ridiculous protest going on down at Berkeley. The California Patriot has also blogged about it regularly. Like Ben, we support the Semper Fi Act. And you should too.
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