Al Gore must be desperate. He wants skeptics, critics, and deniers of Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming equated with racists. Published August 31 2011
The propaganda formula is simple. Select a victim. Then insult him with a name he cannot defend himself against. Like racist or bigot. Published August 30 2011
When Obama gives his grand speech after Labor Day will he man up and face reality or will it be more fuliginous, gaseous, gimcrack, maudlin, meretricious nonsense. Published August 28 2011
To say the top three GOP presidential candidates are the only flawed ones is just bibble-babble, claptrap, flapdoodle, flumdiddle, and hokum. Just look at Obama. Published August 28 2011
Steve Jobs reminds us of the people who made America great: the innovators, inventors, visionaries, and investors. Maybe instead of celebrating Labor Day we should celebrate Capitalist Day. Published August 26 2011
“If you aren’t offending someone you aren’t doing your job”. Old journalism adage. Published August 24 2011
"Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you: Jesus Christ and the American G.I.- One died for your soul and the other for your freedom!" (Attributed to an American military chaplain) Published August 22 2011
Deaths from lead poisoning are in the rise in Chicago. More people are being shot everyday. Published August 22 2011
In a world where dreams are shattered Obama gives the speech of his career and wakes up to reality. Published August 21 2011
Oscar Mayer and Ball Park Franks are in red hot court combat to determine whose hot dogs taste better and whose wieners are beefier. Published August 19 2011
The private sector spent 1.75 trillion dollars complying with government regulations. With a cost like that there is no way Obama can "get it done" and fix the economy. Published August 17 2011
Will a Maryland group gain support in their quest to catagorize pedophilia and deviant acts against minors as normal, removing the APA's diagnosis of such as a mental disorder. Anything can happen. Published August 17 2011
Obama cuts spending by having the government buy him a 1.1 million dollar armored luxury bus to tour the hinterlands. Published August 16 2011
There are approximately 1.4 million non-profit organizations in the United States. They have a combined annual revenue of over 1 trillion dollars. Should they pay taxes? You betcha! Published August 15 2011
It is time for President Obama to do what's right for the country instead of what's right for himself. Published August 14 2011
Caveat emptor- buyer beware. If it sounds to good to be true, it is is. This is the standard used to judge con artists and their scams. Published August 13 2011
We, the unknowing, led by the unwilling, are doing the impossible for the undeserving. We have done so little, for so long, with so much, we are now qualified to do nothing. Published August 12 2011
If the major urban street gangs are not dismantled, we could see riots that rival London in murder, carnage, mayhem, and destruction. Published August 11 2011
Twitter has proven the company is run by twits. They refused to help the British government quell the London riots. Published August 10 2011
Al Gore unleashed a profane and vulgar tirade against the blasphemers, heretics, and non-believers of the Book of the Gorepocalypse. Published August 9 2011
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