Vote To Impeach Bush "Ramsey Clark, former U.S. Attorney General during the Johnson Administration has drafted articles of impeachment setting forth high crimes and misdemeanors by President Bush and other civil officers of his administration."
This is pretty amazing, to me. What will happen if some senator takes the ball and runs with this. It's obvious that people are getting more and more annoyed with Bush. I'm convinced that if we had had a better choice on the Democrat side, we wouldn't be stuck with Bush right now. Gore just wasn't the man. But people don't have the love for Bush that conservatives would have you think.


Computer Music - I love music, and Electronica is one of the styles I have a fondness for. But I've never really tried to make my own music. I have no idea where to start. I did find this cool website for a magazine that deals with computer music:Computer Music Tutorials - Intro. However, I still think I need some more basic information about where an absolute beginner should start.

Anyone out there know anything about this subject? Perhaps I should just take a class here at the university, but I guess I'm more of the "learn on your own" kinda guy.


Trash-talkin' Byrd - "This Administration, now in power for a little over two years, must be judged on its record. I believe that that record is dismal. " So says US Senator Robert Byrd. I can't agree more. Lessee:
In foreign policy, this Administration has failed to find Osama bin Laden. In fact, just yesterday we heard from him again marshaling his forces and urging them to kill. This Administration has split traditional alliances, possibly crippling, for all time, International order-keeping entities like the United Nations and NATO. This Administration has called into question the traditional worldwide perception of the United States as well-intentioned, peacekeeper. This Administration has turned the patient art of diplomacy into threats, labeling, and name calling of the sort that reflects quite poorly on the intelligence and sensitivity of our leaders, and which will have consequences for years to come.

Calling heads of state pygmies, labeling whole countries as evil, denigrating powerful European allies as irrelevant -- these types of crude insensitivities can do our great nation no good. We may have massive military might, but we cannot fight a global war on terrorism alone. We need the cooperation and friendship of our time-honored allies as well as the newer found friends whom we can attract with our wealth. Our awesome military machine will do us little good if we suffer another devastating attack on our homeland which severely damages our economy. Our military manpower is already stretched thin and we will need the augmenting support of those nations who can supply troop strength, not just sign letters cheering us on.


The O'Just-Shut-Up Factor O'Reilly's mask is off. If you can't stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen. Check out this transcript of a conversation between Bill O'Reilly and the son of a 9/11 victim. Fair and balanced, indeed. Link via Tom Tomorrow's Blog.