Today is June 14th. Today is Flag Day, a day commemorating the adoption of the Stars and Stripes by the Second Continental Congress in 1777. Today is also the Army’s birthday. It wanted to go to Chuck E. Cheese again this year, but I told it it was getting too old for that. In all seriousness, though, happy birthday soldiers, and God Bless. Also on this date, in 1968, Dr. Spock was convicted in a Boston court of aiding and abetting draft dodgers. The jury simply didn’t buy his “needs of the many vs. needs of the few” defense. On this date in 1846, the Bear Flag Revolt began in California. It was a much better revolt than the later ManBearPig Revolt. I’m super cereal! And finally, on this date in 1980, the movie “Roadie” starring Meat Loaf premiered. Reached for comment, the audience said only “why am I the only person in here?” As always, consider this an Open Thread.
Google ignores Flag Day, U.S. Army’s birthday; Bing flies flag proudly | Twitchy
“In keeping with its tradition of snubbing all things patriotic, Google completely ignores Flag Day and the U.S. Army’s birthday.”
Parents Furious After School Teaches Graphic Sex Class | Fox News
“Parents in a small Washington State community are infuriated after their 11-year-old children were given graphic descriptions of oral and anal sex during a sex education class led by an elementary school principal.”
Senators Call For Probe Of Brand USA | Free Beacon
“Several Republican Senators are launching a probe into Brand USA, a public-private corporation established by Congress to promote U.S. tourism accused by critics of being a slush-fund for Democratic boosters.”
Obama’s big spending feast | Washington Examiner
“Yet 2009 includes Obama’s economic stimulus package and several spending bills that were OK’d under Obama’s watch”
Video: Michelle Malkin rips Juan Williams for blogger remark | Hot Air
“… our friend and Boss Emeritus Michelle Malkin took Fox News’ Juan Williams to the woodshed at the end of a discussion about the self-serving leaks coming from the White House in the Obama administration.”
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