But then every week is a sucky news week. There were so many bad things going on that I can’t do a round up justice. Obama’s infamous “not into photo ops” taunt was taken up in a wave of “oh yeah? Oh Yeah? What about all THESE photo ops?” and more photos of the asshole-in-chief […]
Today’s Quote: “Everyone knows it was a tough race out there. But when you have all the money in the world, spend those resources—in the long run, money usually wins out,” said the aide.” ~ http://www.nationaljournal.com/congress/gop-leadership-in-chaos-after-eric-cantor-s-loss-20140610 When you have “all the money in the world” you usually win, except this time money did not win. […]
When all is said and done, Civilizations do not fall because of the barbarians at the gates. Nor does a great city fall from the death wish of bored and morally bankrupt stewards presumably sworn to its defense. Civilizations fall only because each citizen of the city comes to accept that nothing can be done […]
What a perfect description of our commander in chief. Charles Krauthammer talks about the President’s statement on the Ukraine … Krauthammer thinks Obama’s statement is about “three levels removed” from actual action. He explained: Obama said “we will stand with the international community — meaning we are going to negotiate with a dozen other countries […]
Alec Baldwin has bowed out of public life with a final magnum opus that I actually read all the way to the end on my iPhone this morning. Ironically, a majority of Mr. Baldwin’s issues stem from the fact that everyone has an iPhone and they are taking his picture and posting it to Twitter […]
… but they created the virus. Sitting on a clip stand where family photographs and important notes hang out on my desk is a filled out form, signed, in the envelope, addressed and stamped, containing a change from Republican (Since I registered at 18) to Independent. I was a Republican before I could even register. […]
Today’s Quote: “(…) the Federal Communications Commission’s plans to put government monitors in TV and radio newsrooms to assess their coverage of eight “critical information needs”, and “underserved populations”. ~ Steyn Ironically the public seems to have no need of actual information … I want to see their official definition of underserved populations, actually.