Kay Hagan: Winds of War or Hot Air of Election Season?
As Real As Kay Hagan Image Credit: Pro Wrestling Scoops So what do Jeff “Man-o-saurus Rex” Merkley Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) 8%, Bruce “The Beastinator” Braley Rep. Bruce Braley (D-IA), Al “Da Warhamma” Franken Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) 8% and Kay “Haggar the Horrible” Hagan [mc_name name=”Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC)” chamber=”senate” | Read More »
Only Bureaucratic Neglect Could Make Ebola A Problem For The US
“Everybody counts or nobody does.” – Detective Harry Bosch If the US Government handles the threat of Ebola well, then I, my family and my community should have absolutely nothing to worry about from the disease. The only way this disease could be a major problem for a significant portion of the US population would be for a lot of people in charge to make | Read More »
Is Chris Matthews A Fire-Breathing !RACIST!?
The MSNBC Corporate Lemo Chrissie, Chrissie, Chrissie…. I just watched your recent segment on President Obama’s 2nd Term, and your heartbreak is showing on your sleeve. Did the thrill that tingled down your leg really go that far away? I’m a Republican, Chrissie, I get how disappointing it is when politicians say one thing and do another. But did you really | Read More »
The New York Times Bedazzles Us With Coruscating Brilliance
The Flag Over Tom Friedman’s Flat World The newspaper smart enough to know where Jesus is buried was at it again. According Thomas Friedman there are US Presidents who had it easy; and then there are those who have to flat out suffer. Here’s his latest effort to generate a few more web clicks for the Senile Grey Lady. In several | Read More »
Progressivism Will Lead To The Rise of Neo-Fascism
Socialism Often Leads To National Socialism The current, dying state of Europe is our warning that the world must be saved from Progressivism. That starts at home. That starts with the election of 2014. By killing the human spirit, Progressivism reduces societies braced by vibrant and sustaining cultures into dystopias of brain-washed, homogeneous diversity reminiscent of the one in Ayn Rand’s | Read More »
Greg Orman – The Cipher For Senate
The Only Man Less Open Than Greg Orman Image Credit: Clancco.com Senator Pat Roberts leaves a lot to be desired. He represents McLean, VA quite efficiently. Unfortunately, he runs for office as a Senator from the Great State of Kansas. Although he was forthright and honest enough to announce to the world that he could be found in Kansas “anytime he | Read More »
I Just Don’t Know What’s Good For Me According To President Obama
The Really Real World of Ezra Klein and Matt Yglesias I love Big Brother. He told me everything was well. I’m just too blood simple like the natives to figure out how good I’ve got it thanks to The Ministry of Love. I find this very relieving and will go back to drinking my Victory Gin because INGSOC will prevail over | Read More »
No, The DoD Did Not Invent AIDS And Ebola.
The powerful and the wealthy nations of history have always been blamed for far more than their fair share of the world’s iniquities. From Xerxes, to Constantine to Gladstone and on forward to even George W. Bush, anyone in charge of the most powerful nation on the planet gets wrongfully blamed for all the things that go wrong. President Barack Obama now gets his turn | Read More »
Demotism Is the Most Pernicious Form of Climate Change
Demotic Environmentalists Image Credit: Bergheim Follies Demotism is a form of mob rule, where politicians pander to what they see as the popular will, rather than making their own decisions as independent leaders. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. used the occasion of the recent Climate March in Manhattan to grandstand and attempt to increase the demotic pressure of the mob on UN | Read More »
How the Worm Crawls Into the Apple
Once They Get In It’s Over. You can put a fork in Silicon Valley. They are done. Jesse “King of Beers” Jackson has his talons in their tills and they have maybe, at best, 10 more years in which they will be a positive and innovative source of American technological advance. He informs us that ”Hi-tech giants have a moral and | Read More »
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Lois Lerner Isn’t Lying
Torquemada Was Proud Of His Day Job As Well… “I didn’t do anything wrong,” Lerner said in her first press interview since the scandal broke 16 months ago. “I’m proud of my career and the job I did for this country.”HT:Politico So Politico is as Politico does. If Attila the Hun wore the D Jersey; they’d be praising his leadership secrets. | Read More »
Nationalism “Yes!” Separatism “No!”
Succession will not succeed The Scots rose up yet again against the oppressors from London. They held a vote to decide whether or not to dissolve their ties with the United Kingdom yesterday. The bag-pipes wailed and the claymores were sharpened. In Glasgow they appeared set to Caber Toss about 3 centuries of membership in the UK and strike out on | Read More »
Quinnipiac Downgrades Udall To Toast In Colorado.
That’s Any Incumbent Dem Having A Long Conversation About Obamacare “Colorado U.S. Sen. Mark Udall trails U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner, his Republican challenger, 48 – 40 percent among likely voters, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. Independent candidate Steve Shogan gets 8 percent. With Shogan out of the race, Rep. Gardner leads 52 – 42 percent, the independent Quinnipiac | Read More »
Science, Ethics and Neil deGrasse Tyson
!SCIENCE! Image Credit: Fajar Sullivan Corporation It’s a really good thing Neil deGrasse Tyson hosts Cosmos rather than performing cost estimates. You can say “Billions and billions and billions!” to awe the easily-impressed rubes watching Cosmos and write it off as a ROM. In Cost Estimation, this is referred to as an onagerous estimate.* It seems he should stick to schlocky, | Read More »
World War Is The Danger of Pacifism.
Putin’s Flying Bad Will Embassador “Last guys rarely finish nice.”-Saul Alinsky. I can comprehend the temptation that tugs at both President Obama and Senator Rand Paul when they contemplate the difficult issues associated with foreign policy in the Post-modern world. The simple, old maxim goes “Don’t be a d—!” In many of the things we do in our daily life this | Read More »