Lawyered! Palin-defamer Joe McGinniss and Random House are in hot water
ICYMI, Joe McGinnis, the alleged journalist who moved in next door to Sarah Palin and then wrote an extremely negative book about her and her family is in a world of trouble. Last week, Andrew Breitbart‘s Big Government site broke the news that McGinnis had admitted in an email that his book was full of “tawdry gossip” and rumors without any “factual evidence.” Well, now Random House, the publisher | Read More »
Left or Right, the shoe’s on the wrong foot
The left and right, both share a disdain for the individual – and that is very bad for America. They both lack the understanding that prosperous people and communities come from the individual’s rational self-interest; that the production, trade, private charity, and thriving community- comes from this individualism. They don’t see that these shared values and the virtues practiced to attain and keep them -is | Read More »
, ayn rand
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Jindal Wasn’t There? Prove It.
Originally written as a response to a comment, expanding this makes pretty good diary material. If there’s one thing I’m getting tired of, it’s people arguing that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) is lying about his trip to Jefferson Parish and helping Sheriff Harry Lee (D-LA) cut through bureaucratic red tape. The only “evidence” that is offered is that there are no photographs or video | Read More »
Non political request to help a great organization!
I support many organizations with my time and my money. The one I support the most is Soldiers Angels and of course I am crazy with my political donations….just ask my husband I received and urgent request from Noah’s Ark and this organization takes care of unwanted animals and children and if you believe as I do that children who care for animals become empathetic | Read More »
How Obama’s gift of gab can be used to make him look silly
**I have heard John McCain say, several times, that he warned us about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac years ago. I believed him. But, I must confess. It went in one ear, and AROUND my brain, before exiting the other ear. I hear it, and knew it. But it just didn’t register. This morning though, I had an entirely different reaction to the same statement. | Read More »