Newt’s on O’Reilly Tonight.

Newt’s on The O’Reilly Factor Tonight!
Fox News Network
December 28th, 2006
8-9 PM Eastern Time

I am impressed with Newt’s new-media efforts. It appears that he gets it.

Newt Gingrich – Winning the Future


Snow, Snow, Snow!

No that is not a VW Bug. That is what happens when 26″ or more of snow falls on your grill.

It finally stopped snowing. The drifts are waist deep in the open and of course much higher in areas. There is no going anywhere today. Hopefully a plow will come by overnight and we can start digging out tomorrow.

WMD is WMD after all.

I have been surprised at the lack of concern over the use of WMD in the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko. Peter Zimmerman writing in the New York Times is also concerned that what has traced from London to Germany and points to Russian complicity should be a wake up call to the dangers we face.

For more readThe Smoky Bomb Threat, courtesy of Real Clear Politics.

Cause for Alarm: French financial interest threatened!

“China is indeed a new player on the African continent, a player that is today Africa’s second largest trade partner, after France,”

The French are apparently concerned about the expanding influence of China in Africa. As you read this one cannot help get the impression that the concern is more about the loss of revenue to France than any concern for the oppressed in Africa.

Thanks to The Center for Security Policy for linking this from

Run Newt, Run!

If he runs he gets my support and vote. Newt is the only potential Conservative that has a strong, consistent message and knows how to convey it.

Newt Gingrich

From Assassination to WMD attack!

At what point is the line from assassination to an attack with WMD crossed? Once this line is crossed what is the proper response and does the United States have a treaty and moral obligation to respond?

So many questions and now it appears Germany has also been attacked which I found at the Drudge Report.

See also my earlier post and The Corner on National Review Online.

At least there are a few serious people left.

It was so encouraging to see evidence at Hugh Hewitt this morning that there are at least a few serious people left. After the delusional remarks by Mr. Gates who appears poised to be our Defense Secretary, and the “if not for the Jews, those who are pledged to kill us could clear all this up” fantasy of the ISO report I was fearful that pacifism at any cost had become epidemic.

A glimmer of hope returned this morning when I read the letter from James Woolsey and Senator Jon Kyl which includes:

“In particular, members of our Council on both sides of the aisle strongly disagree with what is, arguably, the Baker-Hamilton commission’s most strategically portentous recommendation:

“The United States should immediately launch a New Diplomatic Offensive to build an international consensus for stability in Iraq and the region…Iraq’s neighbors and key states in and outside the region should form a support group to reinforce security and national reconciliation within Iraq, neither of which Iraq can achieve on its own. Given the ability of Iran and Syria to influence events within Iraq and their interest in avoiding chaos in Iraq, the United States should try to engage them constructively.”

As the ISG’s own report documents, far from being proponents of stability, the Islamic Republic of Iran and its de facto colony, Syria, have gone to great lengths to destabilize the Middle East and, in particular, to prevent Iraq from becoming a free, democratic and peaceful nation.”

Thank you Senator Kyl and former Director Woolsey for taking issue with the ISG and standing up for the security of our nation.

Thanks go out to The Center for Security Policy and Frank Gaffney for thinking critically about the security and defense of our country.