Friday, March 28, 2003

 
Here's another article (including picture) that mentions Travis and the "surgical strikes" that he's engaged in.

Thursday, March 27, 2003

 
Here is a story about a kid I grew up with, Travis Kelley, who is flying missions over Baghdad. Travis' desire to safeguard a residential neighborhood near his target shows through clearly in this article. Travis was willing even to put himself at potentially greater risk in order to make sure that he had the greatest chance of hitting his strategic target. His attitude and conscientiousness ought to make the U.S. military proud.

Sunday, March 23, 2003

 
More reports of horror at the hands of Saddam.

 
Here's a revealing excerpt from Daniel Pepper's Daily Telegraph article entitled, I was a naive fool to be a human shield for Saddam:

We just sat, listening, our mouths open wide. Jake, one of the others, just kept saying, "Oh my God" as the driver described the horrors of the regime. Jake was so shocked at how naive he had been. We all were. It hadn't occurred to anyone that the Iraqis might actually be pro-war.


and later...

Anyone with half a brain must see that Saddam has to be taken out. It is extraordinarily ironic that the anti-war protesters are marching to defend a government which stops its people exercising that freedom.


Couple that with the hideous photographs on (WARNING: Extremely graphic pictures at this link) Drudge's site and I'd bet you could thin the crowds at your local anti-war rally by half.

Links via Rudy

Wednesday, March 19, 2003

 
OK, maybe Jesus is coming back soon...Wheaton is easing up on its alcohol policy.

Via Razormouth.

Wednesday, March 12, 2003

 
Just as several bloggers have jumped ship, George Grant entered the blogging fray with Dr. G's Blog. I'll be adding his blog to my regular rotation. By the way, he mentions in one of his posts that he's working on a biography of Thomas Chalmers. I'm looking forward to that!

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