November 13, 2005
Return of Quiz Time
November 12, 2005
Gee, I think letting a few small warships loose in this area would cure this problem.
A test run for USS Freedom(LCS-1), perhaps
November 11, 2005
Today, the Eleventh Day of the Eleventh month, was first noted as the end of fighting in the First World War, a bloody conflict, but no where near as the succeding one. At the end, they promised, "Never again will this happen."
I hope so.
I honor veterans as forbears in tradtion, and what they have done. God be with them.
October 22, 2005
Following N. Z. Bear's call to blogs, I feel it is necesscary to state, in the plainest possible terms the following.
I oppose the Miers nomination.
Speaking not for the University, or any other organization I belong to, I do not belive Harriet Miers is the best qualifed person to take a role on the Supreme Court. She simply does not have the background in jurispondence to take on this role.
I do not anticipate doing this again in the future.
Pain to Read
While this is supposed to be funny, I don't really think of it that way.
It's more of a pain to read, because it shows how defeatest we've let the media become defeatist. Part of it is how J-schools have deceided to think of themselves as not being Americans first. This anti-Americanism means that the public recives a one sided acount of what goes on, a major disservice to them.
Well. it's better than nothing.
October 21, 2005
200 years ago today, Vice Admrial of the White the Viscount Nelson defeated Vice Admiral Pierre-Charles Vlleneuve at Trafalagar. This was the naval action of the Napoleonic Wars.
England Expects That Every Man Will Do His Duty.
Engage The Enemy More Closely
October 13, 2005
Today, 13 October 2005, is the 230th Anniversery of the founding of the U.S. Navy.
Here's Smash's post.
From ADM Mullen, the Chief of Naval Operations, the 2005 Message to the Fleet:
"It was considered by at least one delegate to the Continental Congress “The maddest idea in the world.” The creation of an American fleet implied independence and sovereignty. It signaled a readiness for war that not all the colonists were prepared to accept. And yet Oct. 13, 1775, Congress voted to arm two small ships and send them on a cruise to intercept British transports. With the stroke of a pen, the Continental Navy was born.Continue reading "Important Annivsery"
October 3, 2005
Why do I try?
Here's another stupid article from the Daily.
Most days, I wonder why I even read it, because at this rate, I'll just get driven to an early grave. I'll add my letter to the editor later in the Extended Entry.