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"Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing happened." - Winston Churchill


"If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom and yet deprecate agitation are men who want crops without plowing up the ground. They want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters. This struggle may be a moral one; or it may be a physical one; and it may be both moral and physical; but it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will."
Frederick A. Douglass
August 4, 1857

posted by Sean McCray | 6:38 AM |


Bush Needs to Speak to the Nation
He cannot depend on the media, or press conferences. The American people need to hear from him. He needs to act like a war President. The country needs to hear words of encouragement, words that will rally and keep everyone focused on the big picture. He needs to tell the American people that civilian casualties are a part of war, and when our troops are faced with life and death situations. And the enemy is using women and children as shields, our troops have a right to defend themselves.
This is not a time for silence, or depending on spokemen. The President needs to speak to the American public.

posted by Sean McCray | 3:06 PM |


Official Website for Tiger Woods ---- Thu Mar 27 06:33:14 GMT 2003 Thu, 27 Mar 2003 06:43:14 GMT Woods Lends Support to Troops Overseas

26 March 2003 by Tiger Woods

I have great respect for the men and women fighting overseas to protect our way of life in Iraq and other parts of the world. As the son of an Army officer, I understand the strength, courage and discipline required to successfully carry out their missions in hostile environments and feel tremendous pride they are representing us.

Obviously, no one likes war. Our Congress and President tried hard to avoid the use of force, but ultimately decided it was the best course of action. I like the assertiveness shown by President Bush and think we owe it to our political and military leaders, along with our brave soldiers to be as supportive as possible during these difficult and trying times. I just wanted to take this opportunity to let our forces know that I am thinking about you and wishing you and your families the best.

posted by Sean McCray | 1:35 AM |


Lawyer Blogs/Sites
The National Law Journal, has an article on websites by lawyers, most appear to be blogs.

posted by Sean McCray | 2:27 PM |

Cooped Up
Looks like a pretty good Blog.He has a nice post on Affirmative Action, and history and Scalia, etc...
Check it out

posted by Sean McCray | 2:22 PM |

This is a WAR! It is unpredictable, chaotic and confusing. But do not assume that because the media does not know whats going on, that those in charge do not know what is going on.They do.

posted by Sean McCray | 1:08 AM |


Leiberman: U.N. has no say in postwar Iraq
The United States shouldn't feel obligated to allow U.N. forces to play a role in stabilizing a postwar Iraq, presidential hopeful Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn., said in Tucson yesterday.
"The U.N. truly lost its will in refusing to implement or enforce the resolution that it adopted," Lieberman said, referring to the measure that required Iraq to disarm weapons of mass destruction.
"They can help us achieve what we want and share the costs, but I wouldn't feel obligated to bring them in."

posted by Sean McCray | 9:03 PM |


So this new Western way of war is more than the traditional overwhelming power of our tanks and planes. It now involves at times fighting in the hit-and-run manner of our enemies, and bringing out the mother of all Western weapons - the humane offer of freedom and liberation to millions enslaved by psychopaths like Saddam Hussein.

posted by Sean McCray | 2:48 PM |

Thats What Friends Are For??
3 Russian Firms' Deals Anger U.S.
Iraq Purchased Jamming Gear, Missiles, Night-Vision Goggles

Why dont we threaten to cut off financial aid to Russia??

posted by Sean McCray | 2:42 PM |

Saddam's Guerrillas Thwart U.S. River Crossing
U.S. Marines battled Iraqi guerrillas for control of the southern Iraqi city of Nassiriya on Sunday, taking "significant" casualties in a fight to open a route north to Baghdad, U.S. officers said.
U.S. field officers said the Marine battalion spearheading the fight had suffered significant casualties in a battle with irregular guerrilla fighters known as Saddam's Fedayeen.

They are called terrorist! They are dressed as civilians - which is a war crime! This also allows Iraq to claim we are killing civilians.

posted by Sean McCray | 2:34 PM |


Japanese Prime Minister, Junichiro Koizumi "The U.S. is the only ally providing Tokyo with deterrent power against any foreign country that could threaten regional security, such as North Korea, and the Japanese people should never forget it." .

posted by Sean McCray | 2:16 PM |


Blair wins war backing amid revolt
"Who will celebrate and who will weep if we pull our troops back now?"
~ Tony Blair

posted by Sean McCray | 8:30 PM |

War may realign world and define a presidency
''This is the boldest roll of the dice any president has done in the 30 years I've been a senator, and I would argue since 1947,'' as the Cold War began, says Delaware Sen. Joseph Biden, the top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. ''It is bold and it is dangerous.''

posted by Sean McCray | 1:05 AM |
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