Tea Parties? What Tea Parties?

    I use FireFox for my internet browser because it has cool features. One of the coolest (in my non-techie, non-cutting edge opinion) is an add-in called Brief. It is a subscription based RSS headline reader so I can see headlines from all sorts of sources in one place. I subscribe to a bunch of newspapers (more on that later) and a bigger bunch of blogs. | Read More »

    Folks, reading is fundamental…

    And the press. Hat tip to the guys at Powerline From the New York Times, highlights are mine. During the battle for the Democratic presidential nomination, Mr. Obama and Mrs. Clinton went out of their way to point out their foreign policy differences, with Mrs. Clinton portraying herself as a hawkish Democrat and defending her decision to vote in favor of the **2002 resolution that | Read More »