Archive for June, 2009

So John Kerry


Why isn’t the President attending to urgent liberal issues like eliminating one of the most hateful elements of U.S. society –  the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy? Liberals are asking, but the Obama Administration won’t tell. Nobody cared if Dan Choi was a homosexual while he was leading Fort Drum soldiers on patrol in Iraq. […]

All You Need


One of the fascinating things about the Jackson Family is how dumb they are. So much talent, so little intellectual brainpower. Which might help explain why their public declarations so often depend on puffy spiritual talk. Remember how much Michael loved everybody? And last night, there was Janet Jackson, promising that the Jackson clan is […]

In the middle of a deep recession, why would you deliberately institute a huge increase in the cost of energy? Even Obama supporter Warren Buffet describes Cap and Trade as a tax. “It looks like we’re going to need more medicine, not less,” Buffett said today in a Bloomberg Television interview. “We’re going to have […]

Could it be that Global Warming killed Michael Jackson? Michael Jackson was working on a song about climate change in the days before his death, his friend Deepak Chopra has disclosed. Rather than his upcoming concerts in London, perhaps it was the responsibility of having the future of the planet riding on his receding shoulders […]

Dangerous Dems


The House has passed Cap and Trade, a bizarre program designed to drive up the cost of energy so that fringe, inefficient energy sources such as wind become viable alternatives. Nice way to end a recession, huh? When the Heritage Foundation did its analysis of Waxman-Markey, it broadly compared the economy with and without the […]

Crap & Trade


The unions are on the wrong side again – worried about their own best interest, not what’s best for the country. Here’s the AFL-CIO on the Cap & Trade bill. The U.S. Congress took a step forward toward a national policy that helps clean up the environment and create good green jobs, but there is […]

Like Elvis


Michael Jackson is dead. We’ve just learned Michael Jackson has died. He was 50. Michael suffered a cardiac arrest earlier this afternoon at his Holmby Hills home and paramedics were unable to revive him. We’re told when paramedics arrived Jackson had no pulse and they never got a pulse back. A source tells us Jackson […]

Rock the Vote


Lifted this video from Gateway Pundit. It provides a powerful glimpse into the streets of Iran. We hear much about women being a big part of the movement in Iran. This video provides some evidence. Next, something from Atlas Shrugs. 10:52 pm There has surely been a terrible blackout, as the most reliable Iranians on […]

What I find interesting about Mark the Magician is how the media reported the story. South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford will cut short a secretive Appalachian Trail hike and return to work Wednesday after revelations he had been gone four days with no contact with his wife, staff or state leaders. We see that things […]

Major Upset


There’s some buzz about Major Garrett’s “What took you so long,” question to President Obama today. The question was in reference to the President’s toughening attitude toward Iran since Friday. If you listen to Garrett’s entire question, it doesn’t appear disrespectful. Most people won’t know that, however, since the media isn’t reporting it accurately. CBS, […]

Another Victim


Bill Clinton could feel your pain, but President Obama shares your desire. One day after signing legislation giving the government unprecedented power to regulate tobacco, President Barack Obama is admitting that he’s sometimes “fallen off the wagon” in his own effort to stop smoking. Just another way to relate to his peeps in the heezy. […]

Free Ride


If you’re going to include everyone in Obama Care, should that mean literally – everyone? the National Council of La Raza (La Raza), an open borders advocacy group, issued a statement calling upon Congress to ensure that illegal aliens are given health benefits if and when Congress considers health care reform. La Raza’s statement “strongly […]

If you Governor went missing, would you be concerned? South Carolina GOP Gov. Mark Sanford is safe and secure, his office said Monday afternoon, moving to tamp down speculation that he had gone missing. For some reason, they seem to like their Governor in SC. Sanford has not been in touch with his office since […]

Fear Care


A nice pick-up at Instapundit today. Check out the dueling headlines! HEH. Unintentional irony on the New York Times front page today: Thanks to reader Shelley Hartman for the tip.

Second Opinion


On Wednesday, the New York Times reported that 7% of Americans think that Health Care is the most important issue facing the country today. 44% said they approve of the President’s handling of the issue, with 33% unimpressed. Clearly, they weren’t asking the right question. So, on Saturday, the Times gave it another try. Americans […]

Tea Time


There was a Tea Party event in Worcester, MA yesterday. I had the opportunity to speak at the event – not play the organ, as it may appear in this photo – but the real pleasure was meeting all the nice, very supportive people, who all seem to listen to Tom and I on WRKO. […]