Archive for May, 2011

Sooper Genius Anthony Weiner's Path to Electoral Victory: Sell Republican Books!

Sooper Genius Anthony Weiner's Path to Electoral Victory: Sell Republican Books!

| May 31, 2011 | Reply

I’m going to do something a bit daring today and write a post about Anthony Weiner that doesn’t involve his crotch. Last week, he laid out the Democrats’ plan to end the Republican majority in the House. It is, I admit, a clever plan. His idea is to use the Republican plans to save Medicare […]

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Clearing the Browser Tabs – Get Your Regulations Off Of My Throat Monday Edition

Clearing the Browser Tabs – Get Your Regulations Off Of My Throat Monday Edition

| May 31, 2011 | Reply

Mark Steyn nailed one of our biggest economic problems in his column today – the tend of thousands of federal, state, and local regulations that choke out small businesses and cost us more each year than either India or Canada produce. In many places, it is practically impossible to open a small business unless you:  […]

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Can Sarah Win An Election? Why Are We Even Asking This Question?

Can Sarah Win An Election? Why Are We Even Asking This Question?

| May 30, 2011 | 2 Replies

The Sarah Palin media analysis has gotten just a teensy bit out of hand. Here’s the headline for a story written by ABC News’ Political Director, Amy Walter. Sarah Palin Can Excite a Crowd, but Can She Win a Presidential Race? That’s actually more mild, and a far better headline, than the stinger she gave […]

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Give to the Folks Who Give Every Day

Give to the Folks Who Give Every Day

| May 30, 2011 | 1 Reply

I know as well as anyone that things are tight all over, but if you have a few spare bucks, Carol Hall has an excellent cause that could use it. This Memorial Day, I’d like to ask you to be a hero and purchase a Care Package for one of our brave service members. I […]

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Clearing the Browser Tabs – Dear Hollywood, Make This War Movie Monday Edition

Clearing the Browser Tabs – Dear Hollywood, Make This War Movie Monday Edition

| May 30, 2011 | 1 Reply

I have a personal tradition I observe each year that I’m going to move to Memorial Day. Each year, on the anniversary of D-Day,  I listen to the speech President Reagan gave about the Boys of Pointe du Hoc and I read the account of the assault. It seems more fitting that I do this on […]

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The Democrats' Medicare Lie…Again

The Democrats' Medicare Lie…Again

| May 29, 2011 | 6 Replies

If I had been in charge of the RNC’s fast response team today, I would have had them all over this tweet sent by Hari Sevugan, national press secretary for the Democratic National Committee. The Democratic plan is to reduce costs to strengthen Medicare. The Rplcn plan touted by @CantorPress and @timpawlenty is one to […]

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Now Is the Time at The Sundries Shack When We Dance!

Now Is the Time at The Sundries Shack When We Dance!

| May 29, 2011 | 3 Replies

For reasons I can not fully comprehend, one of my local classic rock radio stations has put several songs from the Grease soundtrack into its daily rotation. It’s not at all unusual to hear Jimi Hendrix follow by “Summer Lovin”. Well, on my way home from church today, the station got me. I can’t get […]

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Clearing the Browser Tabs – A Tweeted Picture is Worth a Thousand Excuses Sunday Edition

Clearing the Browser Tabs – A Tweeted Picture is Worth a Thousand Excuses Sunday Edition

| May 29, 2011 | 2 Replies

I was sitting on Twitter last night when the story of Anthony Weiner’s public wiener unveiling broke. Honestly, I didn’t want to write about it in any detail. I had hoped that, on a slow news weekend, our MSM would have jumped on the story, covered it thoroughly (or at least as thoroughly as it […]

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Clearing the Browser Tabs – Left Wing Boner Saturday Edition

Clearing the Browser Tabs – Left Wing Boner Saturday Edition

| May 28, 2011 | 1 Reply

No, the “boner” in question has nothing to do with Anthony Weiner’s suspiciously-hacked Facebook account and the picture he most certainly didn’t send to a young woman on Twitter last night. No, I’m talking about the boner that Andrea Mitchell, crack journalist for MS-NBC pulled last night when she triumphantly reported that Sarah Palin was […]

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Sheer Delusion: HHS Launches National "Shut Up and Sit Down" School Campaign

Sheer Delusion: HHS Launches National "Shut Up and Sit Down" School Campaign

| May 27, 2011 | 4 Replies

If I had to pick one major difference between conservatives and progressives, it would be that conservatives choose to deal with the world as it is while progressives believe they can alter the unalterable until it matches their view of what the world should be. You will not find a better illustration of this difference […]

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