After spending some of my “downtime” analyzing the pluses and minuses of both blog hosts I’ve been using, it looks like going back to Blogger is the best options, thanks to more stability and some nice new options for posting. So….make your bookmark changes soon to the Krile Files on Blogger.
Sorry for all the jumping around, but we’re going to try to get back on a more regular posting schedule. There’s too much going on to ignore it any longer!
Sorry for the lack of posts. It’s been really busy around here. Trying to figure out my future, Enjoying the new granddaughter, Cleaning closets, etc. Posts will resume when I’m back on a computer that doesn’t take five minutes to process a simple command! <G>
Or, there’s a really bad communication problem within the campaign. Positions on issues, like this one, really need to be known.
Obama’s spokesman still doesn’t know his candidate’s position on the new FISA bill that passed the House today. The Senate vote is next week […]
Sen. Barack Obama’s campaign has released a statement stating that while he opposes amnesty for telecom firms that spied on Americans, he will support the House compromise legislation. The statement in full: […]
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I’d been avoiding this story, but it’s managed to sneak it’s way out to the world. So, without further ado, please know that I’m with those who think this is simply tragic. Stupid. Outlandish. We have two dogs, so I’m prejudiced. Still, what is the line of thinking that allows this..
The entire blogosphere is learning about Helena-West Helena Mayor James Valley. Today’s report on Wonkette: “Arkansas, our greatest state, has produced our nation’s favorite fat politicians (Mike Huckabee and Bill Clinton) while not really being part of Western Civilization. Proof? Mayor James Valley, “of Helena-West Helena,” just shut down his town’s animal shelter and set all the dogs loose in [..]
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From a meandering mind:
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Keep my friends in Iowa in your thoughts. The flood waters are going down, but things are still a real mess. The crew at KCRG continues to do a marvelous job and their live coverage is still on the internet.
And, a bit of politics, as usual.
A previously undisclosed CIA report written in the summer of 2002 questioned the “credibility” and “truthfulness” of an Al Qaeda detainee who became a key source for the Bush administration’s claims about links between Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden.
We all could use it Trust me. It’s cute.