On Vick and values
This past week, the President again made the mistake of speaking without consulting his handlers – this time on the topic of Michael Vick. In this particular case, his comments came in a call to Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie, who subsequently shared Obama’s comments on Vick and the Eagles with the news media. According to the WaPo: The president has not spoken publicly about | Read More »
A Failure To Grasp: The Two Party System
I am often ridiculed by fellow conservatives for bringing up even the idea of third parties. The continual response is basically that in concept they’re good, but in reality they’re not. Sometimes theory doesn’t translate well into reality; case in point, Marxism/communism. A utopian ideal of pure equality and communalism is a wonderful idea, but since man is flawed, a cultural/political construct devoid of a | Read More »
, Barack Obama
, Bill Clinton
, Chris Coons
, Christine O'Donnell
, Constitution Party
, mike castle
, Robin Carnahan
, roman empire
, Ross Perot
, Roy Blunt
, tea party
, third party
, United States
Joe Barton’s Folly – Congress Has Nothing More Important to Do Than to Run College Football?
I honestly don’t know what the hell happens to these people when they get to Washington. That city really is a deadly disease. Congressman Joe Barton (quasi-R – TX) apparently has so much time on his hands that he is teaming up with like-minded big-government nationalists to try to tell the American people and colleges around the nation how it must determine it’s college football | Read More »
Killeen (TX) Kaddish (Will the NFL do it this Sunday?)
Our troops deserve to be honored more. The tragedy at Foot Hood (Killeen, TX) just shows the great debt that we owe to our true heroes (not simply sports heroes). There needs to be a moment of silence before the national anthem at each sporting event. Before that moment of silence, the announcer should recite the names of the recent injured or dead who have fought | Read More »
NFL… Maybe I Never Knew You.
Michigan is a special place not unlike many other locations in the midwest when fall arrives. You can actually SMELL football in the air. Its a wave of nostalgia that I know is shared by many others who have for a long time have been avid fans of the Saturdays replete with back to back challenges worthy of the greatest gladiators that ever existed. Some | Read More »
NFL Adds Federal Team to Ensure Competition
NEW YORK (OP) — In a surprising move sure to rock professional sports, The National Football League announced today the creation of a 31st team. Tentatively dubbed “The Federal Co-ops,” the new team is slated to begin play in four years, or for the 2013 season. Roger Goodell, NFL Commissioner, said, “President Obama and the Democratic leadership have been in secret negotiations for the past | Read More »
Healthcare Reform, America don’t just say “fuggetaboutit”!
The first concern is that this healthcare plan is a one way ticket to monopolize a governmental controlled fiduciary health organization. The Employers are the same people we employ to run our government. That equation in itself is self explanatory, Government Controls America, Healthcare, Banks, Automobile makers.
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They Call Themselves The Fighting Irish!
I have been watching the fighting Irish my whole life. The only collage football, I will watch on TV accept the Army,Navy game that has a great tradition. I thought the fighting Irish had a great tradition, But I was mistaken. It is sad to say that. The fighting Irish is as much a part of me as any thing can be. I never went | Read More »
How many channels are on your cable package? I am guessing a whole lot. Many (most?) of them go unwatched at any time in a given day, yet they still survive. The obvious reason for that is that the modern TV audience is much more fragmented than it once was, which limits the reach of advertising campaigns, or at least the traditional ones. However, there | Read More »
TGIF – College Football Prediction Time
It’s Friday, so that means that it’s time for this weekend’s college football predictions. I’ll open this by offering only one prediction. Gamecock’s Gamecocks (make that Gamecock’s 1-2 Gamecocks) have had a rough time of it lately. However, the scheduling goddess has finally smiled on them and given them one of those “gimmee” games. So, Skanderbeg predicts: Final score: South Carolina 52, Mount Holyoke 6. | Read More »
Shout out to all Redstate College Football Fans
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