Category: General

Identity Theft Not So Peachy for GA Business Owners

Identity Theft Not So Peachy for GA Business Owners

| May 19, 2010 | Reply

A friend alerted me to a security flaw on the Georgia Secretary of State website that has many business owners in the Peach State furious… and rightfully so.

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The Power of the Entrepreneur, In Campaign Ad and Blog Reporting Form

The Power of the Entrepreneur, In Campaign Ad and Blog Reporting Form

| May 18, 2010 | 3 Replies

If this isn’t the best political campaign commercial of all time, it’s certainly the best one I’ve seen in my recent memory. I won’t post it here so that Stacy gets all the link love he has earned for being the first one to get the word out about it, so take a moment to […]

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On Car Bombs and Journalistic Boobs

On Car Bombs and Journalistic Boobs

| May 4, 2010 | 2 Replies

I see this morning that authorities have arrested the guy who tried to blow up a car bomb in Times Square over the weekend.Contrary to the suspicions of Chief Inspector Bloomberg, the suspect was not Glenn Beck. He is, as it happens, a naturalized American citizen by way of Pakistan (“Pock-ee-stahn” in Obama dialect) named […]

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I’ll Just Call Them The Southern Poverty Laughability Center

I’ll Just Call Them The Southern Poverty Laughability Center

| April 26, 2010 | Reply

Every once in a while, you might come across the Southern Poverty Law Center, usually in some MSM report on a so-called hate group. Of late, the SPLC has been the go-to group for the government’s attempt to demonize and then marginalize normal, law-abiding Americans who have some grievance against Washington. Stacy McCain, who is […]

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The Delivery Presents: Tea Parties, The Third Awakening, and a Big Plate of Crow

The Delivery Presents: Tea Parties, The Third Awakening, and a Big Plate of Crow

| February 10, 2010 | 3 Replies

Episode 24 of The Delivery is in the pipe five by five, ready for your enjoyment. You can listen to it via…the the little doohickie at the bottom of this post! Also, download it with a right-click on this link or, as always, grab the iTunes subscription here. In show news, I’ll be making a […]

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Kiss Your Productivity Goodbye!

Kiss Your Productivity Goodbye!

| October 5, 2009 | 4 Replies

Behold, the ultimate time-waster site! Seriously, if you were a teenager in the 80s, that site is absolutely irresistible. If my blogging flags a bit this week, you’ll know where I am. (via @thekencook)

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My Heart Is Bleeding For Them. Really.

My Heart Is Bleeding For Them. Really.

| September 23, 2009 | 1 Reply

In a classic case of not knowing when to cut their losses, ACORN has filed a lawsuit against James O’Keefe, Hannah Giles and Andrew Breitbart over the undercover videos showing ACORN workers offering tax advice to a “pimp” and “prostitute.” The liberal group contends that the audio portion of the video was obtained illegally because […]

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Skewing the Results

Skewing the Results

| September 21, 2009 | Reply

It’s becoming increasingly common for legislators to add polls to their official websites and Washington’s Congressman Brian Baird is no exception. It’s hard to say why they bother when the results are of little value and so easily manipulated. Because of his deep and abiding respect for his constituents and their opinions on the issues, […]

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Slow Down, Mr. President! I Haven’t Gotten My Boots On!

Slow Down, Mr. President! I Haven’t Gotten My Boots On!

| September 10, 2009 | 21 Replies

The President and his supporters in the health care reform debate lie and I give them credit for being very good at it. A lie delivered well and often can become truth in the public consciousness. A case in point is the oft-repeated meme that there are only two choices for health care reform: the current Democrat behemoth or the Republican plan of…nothing!

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Great Moments in Headline History

Great Moments in Headline History

| August 25, 2009 | Reply

Paging Mr. Headline Editor. Mr. Headline Editor, report to the revision desk, please. Jackson’s death ruled a homicide by coroner The police should have this one wrapped up by the end of the day, what with the suspect so handily working for the county, in close proximity to the police and all.

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