When Up Really Means Down

    Stumbled across this post the other day: “Driving increases* in metro area (* actually decreases)” Apparently, the Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance released a report that stated that “more people drive,


    “They won’t work in my White House!”

    Back in 2007, then-candidate Obama pledged: I’m in this race to tell the lobbyists in Washington that their days of setting the agenda are over. They have not funded my


    Cleaning Up Obama

    President Obama vowed to clean up American politics; he said “enough to the politics of the past.” But this story from World Net Daily points out that this “cleaning up”

    More Presidential Double-speak

    OR: Today’s Paradoxes of the Presidency Earlier, I wrote about some “Presidential Double-speak” that discussed the disconnect between President Obama’s Proclamation to make March 2009 “American Red Cross Month” with

    Take 5

    A fun jazz number performed by the Dave Brubeck Quartet. Or, in cinematography, the filmed version of a particular shot or set up. You keep counting up until the shot/scene

    Presidential Double-Speak

    In a Proclamation released February 27, 2009, by the White House, President Obama proclaimed March 2009 as American Red Cross Month. The Proclamation recounts a time in 1943 when President

    Change. Has. Come.

    A friend of mine just blogged: My former command [USS Port Royal]- and home for 3 years – is stuck in shoal water next to Honolulu International Airport. This is

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