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Jimmie on April 22nd, 2011

It’s been a busy week, hasn’t it? Between by full-time job, The Shack, The Delivery, and a couple side projects on which I’m working, I’m more than ready for the weekend. All the big stories are in the links. Don’t be surprised if I grab one or two of them to write about a bit [...]

Continue reading about Clearing the Browser Tabs - TGI Friday Edition

This is going to be a short post, because I was up late last night watching My Beloved Capitals show the New York Rangers that Madison Square Garden is, in fact, not their house. Hockey is a lovely, lovely game, especially when your team comes back from three goals down in the third period to [...]

Continue reading about Clearing the Browser Tabs - Bleary-Eyed Hockey Fan Thursday Edition

Lee Stranahan asked a question about the Republican Party, “vision”, and guerilla journalist James O’Keeffe the other day that I think deserves an answer from people within the GOP. Whether you like or hate O’Keeffe (and I freely admit I’m closer to the latter than the former), it’s nearly impossible to deny that he’s had [...]

Continue reading about Clearing the Browser Tabs - Conservative Vision Wednesday Edition

I happened across a story in my RSS reader that made me a bit annoyed. A British historian and television personality named Starkey felt it would be a fine idea to say that Prince William and his fiancee Kate Middleton have “not a trace of high romance or grand Mills & Boon passion” in their [...]

Continue reading about Clearing the Browser Tabs - Lay Off the Royals Tuesday Edition

Thankfully, this weekend was fairly slow, at least on the news wires. I needed the break, what with the bonus podcast I did Friday and the daily Clearing the Browser Tabs posts that ended up being just a teensy bit longer than I intended them to me. I spent the time cooking up new deviltry [...]

Continue reading about Clearing the Browser Tabs - Finally, A Slow Weekend Monday Edition

Yesterday, Sarah Palin went to Wisconsin to speak to the Tax Day Tea Party there and gave a speech that may well prove her first real stump speech of the 2012 campaign. As I’ve said before, I’ve no idea if Palin is running for President (and I still don’t believe she knows either), but it’s [...]

Continue reading about Clearing the Browser Tabs - What Palin Should Learn From Breitbart Sunday Edition

Just when you think the President can’t sink any lower, he hauls out a shovel and digs like there’s a campaign donation ten feet under his feet. In 2008, Candidate Obama waxed sanctimonious about President Bush’s occasional use of signing statements (find a useful definition of those here). He claimed that, as a teacher of [...]

Continue reading about Clearing the Browser Tabs - New Heights of Fecklessness Saturday Edition

Peter Jackson is one of my favorite directors. He makes movies I truly enjoy and I consider him a careful and diligent craftsman. The Frighteners is one of the most underrated suspense movies of the past twenty years and, well, I can’t pile enough superlatives on how he handled The Lord of the Rings. As [...]

Continue reading about Clearing the Browser Tabs - Welcome Back to the Shire Friday Edition