Marco Rubio Says No To The Tea Party Caucus, Michele Bachmann Invites “Trouble”
Last week, Senator Rubio debated the necessity of the Tea Party Caucus. I wrote what I saw as the pros and cons of joining. It seems that he’s decided to skip it. Javier Majarres reports Rubio’s comment: ” Why do we need something in addition to the steering committee?…My concern is that politicians all of a sudden start co-opting the mantle of “Tea Party”. If | Read More »
Remember That Guy Eric Fuller?
Eric Fuller finds himself lost down the same memory hole as Cindy Sheehan, Code Pink, $4 gallon/gas outrage, concerns about Gitmo and warrantless wiretaps. It’s crowded down there. Democrats use people and issues for political purposes. Arguing from principle would require having them, and as far as I can tell, the Democrats are devoid of those pesky things. So, Eric Fuller, menacing crazy person that | Read More »
Marco Rubio And The Tea Party Caucus
Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) may join the Tea Party Caucus. Should he? So far, the Senate Tea Party caucus consists of Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC), Mike Lee (R-UT) and founder, Rand Paul (R-KY). What are the planks of the Teaparty caucus? Senator Lee says this: “The Tea Party movement is a movement of everyday Americans who have grown tired of Washington playing by their own | Read More »
Shocking News: College Students Get Stupider
The first two years at college are less about book knowledge and more about carnal knowledge, these days. College instructors care less about teaching then about putting an academic feather into their elitist hats. Respect and research dollars come to the academics who publish not to those who teach disinterested students. This toxic brew of booze and self interest results in stupider college students (and | Read More »
America Is Diseased: Democrats Incite Panic With Garbage Research — UPDATED
According to airtight research reported by Reuters, there’s probably not enough handicapped spots at your local grocery store: As many as 129 million Americans under age 65 have health problems that could hurt their ability to obtain health insurance or force them to pay higher premiums, a U.S. government study said on Tuesday. The Department of Health and Human Services released the study as the | Read More »
A Kinder, Gentler Republican
Yesterday, I wrote about the silliness of the Democrats and Republicans holding hands and sitting together at the President’s State of the Union Address. Today, I’m reversing course, because it seems evident that the Republicans are intent on being public linguine noodles. They don’t want to use any stern rhetoric lest they be smitten with a media curse or (worse!) associated with That Woman, Sarah | Read More »
When Did Being A Slut Become The Morally Superior Option?
Being easy is well, easy. Being cheap and easy is even easier. And evidently, the new moral imperative is to not have any morals and be proud of it. Meanwhile, there are some crazy younguns like Steven Crowder who value abstinence as a positive life choice. From Steven’s Fox editorial this week: The idea of abstinence has become somewhat of a punchline in this country. | Read More »