Daily Archives for February 1, 2013
TweetThe Oscar-nominated short animation: That’s entertainment!
TweetTim Carney, Washington Examiner: Sen. Ben Nelson delivered a crucial vote to pass Obamacare into law in 2009, and now he is cashing out of the Senate to make money off the organizations that benefitted from the legislation. Nelson’s trip … Continue reading
TweetWhat’s to say? His nomination was literally celebrated by Iran. He’s an anti-Semite, an apologist for Islamic terror, a willing participant in the gutting of our military, and a man who told an Al-Jazeera reporter that yes, America is in … Continue reading
TweetVideo courtesy NRA News. (Warning: autoplay)
TweetSome people are just born to be a walking homage to irony. I just never figured they’d have slavering groupies who took them seriously. Andy Kaufman excluded. Naturally.
“State Dept. Publicized Names, Photos of Stevens’ Benghazi Security Detail Before 9/11/12; Suppressed Their Identities Afterward”
TweetBut, you know: what difference does it make? People are dead! Don’t you wingnuts care about dead Americans — or is it all just about apportioning blame with you people? Ambassador Stevens would be appalled that you have decided to … Continue reading
TweetYesterday, I called it Stalinesque. Today, ALG’s Robert Romano has his say, bringing links to bear: Remember the 2009 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a memo on supposed right-wing extremism? It was the one that defined the ideology as … Continue reading
TweetHere’s the vote. Only 19 Senate Republicans and no Senate Democrats voted to refuse to give advanced arms, from F-16 fighter jets to tanks, to a country whose putative leader is a Jew-baiting member of the Muslim Brotherhood. Joining the … Continue reading
TweetSo you see, when Obama said that the price of your policies will go down and that those who like the coverage they have will be able to keep it, what he really meant — and one can forgive him … Continue reading
Tweet— Which just happens to be my birthday, as well. Yay, me! Now, aging generally puts me in a foul mood, I won’t lie. But this past year saw the birth of my second boy and the continued growth of … Continue reading