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» Homeland Haunted By Death and Heartbreak. from Dean's World
A chilling new study finds that members of a certain profession, one very necessary to protect our freedoms, are committing violent crimes at an alarming rate, victims of an environment that warps their morality and destroys their emotional stab... [Read More]

» Barking mad from Exit Zero
Also linked to from Harry's Place - In the Guardian, [Read More]

» SETI Blowback! from Solomonia
Also linked to from Harry's Place - In the Guardian, David Cox writes: ET stay home We should resist the efforts of Russian scientists to contact aliens who could threaten our very existence ...Not long ago, the idea that... [Read More]

» Homeland Under Fire From Raging Veterans from Confederate Yankee
David Burge is typically known for his satirical efforts at Iowahawk, but like many great satirists before him, his work is often merely a cover for a razor-sharp wit addressing pressing social ills in a more palatable form. In light... [Read More]

» Bylines of Brutality from The New Editor
As Casualties Mount, Some Question The Emotional Stability of Media Vets. An Iowahawk Special Investigative Report With Statistical Guidance from the New York Times [Read More]

» Hate disguised as public service from THE TEXAS SCRIBBLER
I confess I didn't pay much attention to the NYTimes latest smear on combat veterans--implying without context (statistical or otherwise) that the sometimes dubious violent crimes of 121 returned Afghanistan and Iraq veterans are connected to their com... [Read More]

» Iowahawk's "Bylines of Brutality" Examines "Alarming Pattern" of MSM Employees Engaging In Child Abuse, Molestation, Other Criminal Activity from Ace of Spades HQ
Oh, man. This is fucking brilliant. It's real, too. The crimes are, at least. Do we need more programs for these unhinged lunatics? Do we perhaps need to require the entire staff of the NYT to register as likely sex... [Read More]

» Web Reconnaissance for 01/18/2008 from The Thunder Run
A short recon of what’s out there that might draw your attention, updated throughout the day...so check back often. [Read More]

» Homeland Heartbreak! from The Sundries Shack
The next time you see a reporter on the street, remember this: they could be a sinister and brutal criminal. Just avoid them, preferably with an alarmed gasp and a forking of the fingers to ward off their evil. Oh sure, not every reporter is a crazed... [Read More]

» Hey... from Transterrestrial Musings
Iowahawk has stolen my schtick: Unrelated incidents, or mounting evidence of that America's newsrooms have become a breeding ground for... [Read More]

» War is Hell from baldilocks
Recently the New York Times ran a misleading, much-bashed and discredited series on the " widespread violent actions" perpetrated by Iraq and Afghanistan veterans subsequent to their return home. Iowahawk, however, documents the widespread--and diverse... [Read More]

» Journalists on the edge from American Geek
Iowahawk has an alarming report about violence being perpetrated by journalists is spiraling out of control. A Denver newspaper columnist is arrested for stalking a story subject. In Cincinnati, a television reporter is arrested on charges of child mol... [Read More]

» A new danger toAmericans from Bookworm Room
The New York Times revealed that 121 veterans are just the tip of the iceberg, and that there is probably, well, certainly, well, maybe, well, there could be, a huge swirling mass of psychotic veterans out there, possibly. Iowahawk, showing a truly im... [Read More]

» Crimes of crazed veterans from discarded lies - hyperlinkopotamus
Crimes of crazed veterans [Read More]

» MSM: MainStream Mayhem? from Randy Thomas
Little Green Footballs reports on Iowahawk who points out An Iowahawk Special Investigative Report With Statistical Guidance from the New York Times A Denver newspaper columnist is arrested for stalking a story subject. In Cincinnati, a televis... [Read More]

» Friday Night Funny from Joust The Facts
So I'm watching the Celtics struggle ... again ... in this evening's tilt with the Philadelphia 76ers, and shlumping around the net (or is that schlumping?) and I come across two side-splittingly amusing posts. The first from Iowahawk (ht:AoS), requires [Read More]

» When Bylines Collide from Ed Driscoll.com
Since the early days of this site, a recurring theme has been that no satirist is able to improve upon real life for its pure absurd absurdist absurdity. Which is what makes this IowaHawk parody, titled "As Casualties Mount, Some... [Read More]

» The Dancer and the Dance . . . from Little Miss Attila
So, which is it? Are the kinds of people who are attracted to careers in the mainstream media more criminal to begin with, or is it that they become inured to deviant behavior from rubbing elbows with other producers and... [Read More]

» Saturday Links from Maggie's Farm
Snobbery is so sweet. NY SunGlobal warming hysteria fading in Canada. ht/ Junk Science, along with cartoon above Peter Lawler reconsiders the Repub candidatesThe Top Ten american political speeches. RWNHThe Law of Unintended Consequences: AIDS money to Af [Read More]

» As Casualties Mount, Some Question The Emotional Stability of Media Vets from Dummocrats.com
As Casualties Mount, Some Question The Emotional Stability of Media Vets [Read More]

» On the heels... from Brutally Honest
... of the New York Times hit piece against the military, Iowahawk is chronicling the brutality of the media:A Denver newspaper columnist is arrested for stalking a story subject. In Cincinnati, a television reporter is arrested on charges of child [Read More]

» ALL THE NOOZE... from The Radio Patriot
Last Sunday's smear of returning troops from the battlefield in the New York Times has been exquisitely parodied in a brilliantly clever piece on IowaHawk's blogsite. If you were as outraged as many were about the NYT's fabricated nightmare, you'll e... [Read More]

» Media Crime Wave Continues from Bob Hayes
Can America ever truly be safe again? Hilarity from Iowahawk. [Read More]

» H&I* FIRES 19 JAN 2008 from Argghhh! The Home Of Two Of Jonah's Military Guys..
Open post for those with something to share, updated through the day. New, complete posts come in below this one. Note: If trackbacking, please acknowledge this post in your post. That's only polite. You're advertising here, we should get an... [Read More]

» "It should be required reading for all students planning a 'career' in journalism" from sisu
Forget about Instapundit visitors. Have you read Mark Steyn's latest? we emailed Iowahawk, who e'd back Wow, didn't know that. Thanks kindly for the alert! A Fan, Dave. Who knew?It should be required reading for all students planning a 'career' [Read More]

» Bylines of Brutality from The Amboy Times
As Casualties Mount, Some Question The Emotional Stability of Media Vets An Iowahawk Special Investigative ReportWith Statistical Guidance from the New York Times A Denver newspaper columnist is arrested for stalking a story subject. In Cincinnati, a t... [Read More]

» Will the New York Times go bankrupt already? from Greatajax.com
They have taken to running anecdotal front page stories about murderous military vets. These stories [Read More]

» Shameful Statistics Cause Some to Question the Emotional Stability of Old Media Vets from Blue Star Chronicles
Iowa Hawk has conducted an investigative report of the shocking crimes committed by media veterans. The facts laid out are disturbing to say the least. The glaring question is a chicken or egg sort of question. Do deviants find themselves a... [Read More]

» War Games at the New York Times from GINA COBB
Mark Steyn writes on the fictional horrors of war that have captured the imagination, if not the common sense, of the editors of the New York Times (Via Lucianne):Well, it's in the New York Times: a series of articles – that's right, a whole series – a... [Read More]

» All The Stereotypes Unfit To Print from Hang Right Politics
Last week the NYT hit an all new low. Since they hit bottom years ago, the fact that they are still digging is a wonder to behold - of the train wreck variety. While the NYT and other media outlets make every effort to delete the religious references t... [Read More]

» The Media Violence Project from Wizbang
Who knew there was yet another nefarious threat to public safety? That, lurking behind the newspapers, magazines, and glitzy television news shows were violent perpetrators, just waiting to commit mayhem... [Read More]

» Analysis: Journalists More Prone to Violence Than from Jawa Report
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. If you see a journalist, commit them to the nearest institution for their own good. Do your patriotic duty. [Read More]

» Across America, Deadly Echoes of MSM Moonbattery from Moonbattery
Taking inspiration from the disgraceful New York Times piece that used anecdotal reporting to create the impression that our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan come home as homicidal maniacs, Iowahawk questions the stability of media vets: A Denver newspap... [Read More]

» Submitted for Your Approval from Watcher of Weasels
First off... any spambots reading this should immediately go here, here, here, and here. Die spambots, die! And now... here are all the links submitted by members of the Watcher's Council for this week's vote. Council link... [Read More]

» THE NEW YORK TIMES from PrestoPundit
and America's newsrooms appear to be an ever increasing source of the country's drunks, child molesters and killers -- Iowahawk spots a national trend. [background here.]... [Read More]

» No Politics Here from Hog On Ice
Seriously I think there is a good chance I would never mention politics at all, were it not for my habit of checking Drudgebart.tv.com every morning. Drudge and his parasitic twin are all about politics and political figures, so it's... [Read More]

» The Council Has Spoken! from Watcher of Weasels
First off... any spambots reading this should immediately go here, here, here, and here. Die spambots, die! And now... the winning entries in the Watcher's Council vote for this week are Liberal Fascism by Done With Mirror... [Read More]

» Council speak 01/25/08 from Soccer Dad
The council has spoken. And we're really muddled. Other than a clear cut victory to Done with Mirror's critique of Jonah Goldberg's Liberal Fascism there were seven entries tied for second. I guess the trouble I had in choosing was shared by the rest o... [Read More]

» Watcher's Council results from The Colossus of Rhodey
And now... the winning entries in the Watcher's Council vote for this week are Liberal Fascism by Done With Mirrors, and Bylines of Brutality by Iowahawk. Here are the full tallies of all votes cast:VotesCouncil link2 2/3Liberal Fasci... [Read More]

» Watcher's Council Results from Rhymes With Right
The winning entries in the Watcher's Council vote for this week are Liberal Fascism by Done With Mirrors, and Bylines of Brutality by Iowahawk. Here are the full results of the vote:VotesCouncil link2 2/3Liberal FascismDone With Mirrors1Gri... [Read More]

» The Coalition of the Willing from Watcher of Weasels
As you may or may not already be aware, members of the Watcher's Council hold a vote every week on what we consider to be the most link-worthy pieces of writing around... though I don't actually vote unless there happens... [Read More]

» Watcher Time from AlphaPatriot
It's time to submit your post to the Watcher's Council for the weekly judging of what they consider to be the most link-worthy blog posts. Just follow the Watcher's instructions. For examples of what it is all about, read last week's winning post by a ... [Read More]

» Watcher Head and Goat from Big Lizards
If we can get this post up quickly, before the Watcher announces this week's winners (or at least before I read the e-mail!), then we'll be current again. Accordingly... Council And the (narrow) winner is: Liberal Fascism, by Done With... [Read More]

» Another Vet Snaps Under Pressure from Confederate Yankee
As David Burge noted in Bylines of Brutality, the emotional toll on media veterans is becoming ever more pronounced, leading to all sorts of radicalized, anti-social, and occasionally violent behavior. Today, another media victim has apparently cracked... [Read More]

» Iowahawk warned us from This ain't Hell, but you can see it from here
Back in January, Iowahawk tried to warn us about the trend of journalists whod reached the end of their ropes, snapped and turned to a life a crime. In Bylines of Brutality he wrote; A Denver newspaper columnist is arrested for stalking a story... [Read More]

» Good News: BB Guns Now Classified By Journalist as Assault Rifles from Confederate Yankee
I sincerely hope than any journalist ignorant enough to write BB-gun and snipers in the same sentence doesn't have firearms of his own, or else he'll likely end up as another subject of my research at the Media Violence Project... [Read More]

» Good News: BB Guns Now Classified By Journalist as Assault Rifles from Confederate Yankee
I sincerely hope than any journalist ignorant enough to write BB-gun and snipers in the same sentence doesn't have firearms of his own, or else he'll likely end up as another subject of my research at the Media Violence Project... [Read More]

» Deterring the Obama Assassination Threat from Confederate Yankee
With woeful predictably, the media is ginning up threats of an Obama assassination attempt to accompany his inauguration next Tuesday. Are there any specific threats, militant chatter, or suspicious behavior? Of course not. But birds gotta fly, Huffing... [Read More]

» Watcher's Council results from The Colossus of Rhodey
And now... the winning entries in the Watcher's Council vote for this week are Liberal Fascism by Done With Mirrors, and Bylines of Brutality by Iowahawk. Here are the full tallies of all votes cast:VotesCouncil link2 2/3Liberal FascismDone With Mirror... [Read More]

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