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February 16, 2005

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» The Place for Him from PalmTree Pundit
Blackfive reports that Scott Ritter has a new job -- with Al Jazeera! He's busy making statements like these... [Read More]

» Scott Ritter has lost it from The Opinionated Bastard
You know, I first heard about Scott Ritter when he was criticizing the weapons inspection regime because he thought Iraq had weapons and we weren’t finding them because it would embarrass the French. Then he showed up saying Iraq didn’t ha... [Read More]

» CHECKIN' MY BLOGROLL from Noble Eagle
Blackfive tells us that Scott Ritter has found a new job. [Read More]

» Scott Ritter has gone to the dark side from Airborne Combat Engineer
... where many of us suspected he belonged all along. If you can stomach it, read his op-ed piece at Al Jazeera. Here's just a taste of the flavor of it: History will eventually depict as legitimate the efforts of [Read More]

» SCOTT RITTER AND AL JAZEERA: PERFECT TOGETHER from Michelle Malkin
The Reporterette and Blackfive take note of Scott Ritter's new writing gig.... [Read More]

» One more day, just one more day from NIF
Today's Dose of NIF [Read More]

» Birds of a Feather from The Ironic Moose
Scott Ritter has found himself a new job. Ritter, who was last seen undergoing court-ordered sex offender counseling - a result of his odious preditory habit of luring underage teen girls into checking out his whopper at the local Burger joint, is no... [Read More]

» Al Jazeera Hires Big Fat Target from Lunch Bucket
I suppose we shouldn't be surprised, but Scott Ritter is now writing for the biggest propaganda arm of the Islamofascist movement in the world. Scott Ritter, you may remember, was one of the Iraqi WMD inspectors in the 90's, who resigned all in a huf... [Read More]

» Scott Ritter and Tokyo Rose from Kobayashi Maru
Mr. Ritter's new gig, writing for Al Jazeera is not even worth fisking, which motivated me to go back and look at the history of 'Tokyo Rose'. All of which begs the question: how close is this precedent to what Ritter is doing now? I'll submit that, ... [Read More]

» The Wrong Side of History from Mudville Gazette
In his first official action as DNC Chair, Howard Dean belittle's the US military: "Defense is a lot broader than swaggering around saying you're going to kick Saddam's butt," Dean said Thursday, drawing cheers from the crowd in this city... [Read More]

» The Wrong Side of History from Mudville Gazette
In his first official action as DNC Chair, Howard Dean belittle's the US military: "Defense is a lot broader than swaggering around saying you're going to kick Saddam's butt," Dean said Thursday, drawing cheers from the crowd in this city... [Read More]

» Remember Scott Ritter? from Brutally Honest
Scott Ritter was once a United States Marine. [Read More]

» And When Will You Start Making A Movie About How Wonderful the Mullahs Are? from Daily Pundit
Aljazeera.Net - The US war with Iran has already begun - by Scott RitterAmericans, along with the rest of the... [Read More]

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» The Salvador option from ROFASix
From Scott Ritter, in his favorite publication al-Jazeera, he writes "The Salvador option." Why does he hate America so much? I wonder, was it his earlier arrest for pedophilia? Hat Tip - BlackFive [Read More]

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