Taking A1C Zac Cuddeback Home: Lest We Forget
Why do we mourn our fallen heroes? In the words of Harry S. Truman, Lest We Forget “Our debt to the heroic men and valiant women in the service of our country can never be repaid . They have earned our undying gratitude. America will never forget their sacrifices.” A1C Zac Cuddeback was shot in the head by an Islamofascist in Germany last week. Yesterday | Read More »
Welcome Back, Carter: The Updated Video!
Steven Forbes has an op-ed in Politico this week in which he notes the obvious: Barack Obama repeating Jimmy Carter’s mistakes. His focus is on our MIA energy policy, and he’s pulling no punches: The Obama administration is repeating the mistakes of President Jimmy Carter’s failed energy policies, which marred his term and stigmatized the 1970s. They are leading us straight into another national energy | Read More »
Oscar winner “Inside Job” couldn’t be more wrong
In a new weekly event named in honor of Laura Ingraham’s book of the same title I’m issuing an appeal to celebrities like Sean Penn, Janeane Garofalo and Sheryl Crow who feel compelled to share their wondrous knowledge of global warming, economics and the dangers of genetically modified seeds with their adoring fans.(Or in the case of Tom Cruise, his vast knowledge of Psychiatry and psycho-tropic drugs, derived from his years of study at the school of Scientology.)
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Obama (former part-time constitutional law professor and community organizer) rules on constitutionality of DOMA
SadHill News reports on the latest abuse of presidential powers: Obama administration drops defense of anti-gay marriage-law: (Reuters) President Barack Obama has determined that a federal law that barred gay marriages was unconstitutional and told government lawyers to stop defending it in court, the U.S. Justice Department said on Wednesday, a move that will likely anger some conservative voters. A U.S. judge had ruled | Read More »
I knew Jimmy Carter, and you, sir, are no Jimmy Carter
The proprietress of Patum and Peperium, an advertising agency émigré and Detroit expat has some comments on the Chrysler Super Bowl Ad. I’m paraphrasing, but I believe she said that the ad’s allusion and artifice were quite lovely, but vacuous. And I believe that reminded her of another thing… as her post was titled “Video proof Jimmy Carter’s second term will be worse than his | Read More »
Improv Night at the White White House: Egypt
The happiest man in the Middle East today The past two weeks seemed like an extended run of Improv Night at the White House. And like the rest of us, the participants had no idea how it would all end. Now that Mubarak has finally left, and as we wait to find out what democracy is going to look like in Cairo, let’s do a | Read More »
Lord What Fools These Mortals Be
Even if you don’t subscribe to the “everything is gray” school of moral relativity, life often presents complex dilemmas with no ideal choice. Egypt is like that.
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An Ill Wind Blowing
The wind might wear the snow out, but it doesn’t stop the windbags in Washington from tilting at windmills while shutting down our domestic drilling programs
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Paranoia Strikes Deep: The Obama Chronicles
It’s possible that it triggered some type of brain chemical-thingy in Big Guy, because he sure hasn’t been himself lately. And unfortunately some people have started noticing some of his public Howard Beal moments:
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Dear 43, How About Grabbing A Mop?
I’m sure Maureen Dowd speaks for many others in the supportive media when she explained that the Mosque kerfuffle is all George Bush’s fault. She thinks he owes it to her, and Obama, to grab a mop and clean up his mess: As the man who twice went to war in the Muslim world, he has something of an obligation to add his anti-Islamophobia to | Read More »