Archive for the 'Politics' Category

Laugh of the Day: Snort Edition

Wednesday, January 18th, 2006

I was reading The Dilbert Blog this afternoon and I ended up laughing so hard I snorted.
I’ve also been called out on the fact that I have not mocked liberals with the same frequency as I have mocked people who happen to be conservative. This is largely because the base requirement for being mocked for […]

What If?

Friday, December 16th, 2005

I sat at my desk today during lunch and as usual, I was browsing the web. Only today was slightly different from normal.
I feel the urge to sometimes check on what those on the left are saying. Today’s urge was inspired by the story of President Bush giving the go ahead on the use of […]

A message from the President of the United States of America

Tuesday, May 31st, 2005

-CyberSavant- has a funny spoof message from the President. Some of the highlights:
Before me, I have two lists. One list contains the names of countries which have stood by our side during the Iraq conflict. This list is short. The United Kingdom, Spain, Bulgaria, Australia, and Poland are some of the countries […]

The media and commenters get retarded

Wednesday, May 18th, 2005

Suzanne writing over at Jawa Report shared a transcript of a White House news conference in which some member of the MSM tried to get McClellan to say the government should limit the press’ free speech rights. I am completely for this in the case of several press outlets, but against in others. That is […]

Those sneaky Russians

Wednesday, February 16th, 2005

Today, the Kyoto pact, a treaty designed to ease the globes sufferage of mankind through strict reductions of global warming gasses went into effect, although without U.S. involvement. The lack of involvement has caused fourteen U.S. Senators to put foward a bill to force this country to go along with this economic disaster. […]

What would happen?

Friday, January 28th, 2005

In your opinion, what would happen if the United States stopped paying dues to the United Nations due to the various scandals? Use this post as an open mic to voice what ever you think would happen if the UN had to due without the 283.1 million dollars the US gives (2002 figure).

North Norea has a full nuke?

Friday, January 28th, 2005

via Jeff
From an ABC Online report, it’s revealed that Pakistan or a former Soviet Union state has sold a complete nuclear weapon to North Korea. According to an unnamed source quoted in the Seoul Shinmun newspaper, the information was passed along to a U.S. Congressional delegation this month from a high ranking North Korean leader. […]

You silly, silly man

Thursday, January 27th, 2005

Apparently I am silly. Well, my idea on homosexual marriage was according to HellenW. Here is what she said bit by bit with what I have to say back.
Your “separate but equal” ideas on Gay Marriage are silly–not simple, not practical, not Conservative, not thoughtful. Just to be constructive, I will volunteer myself.
Separate but equal? […]

Rice confirmed as Secretary of State

Wednesday, January 26th, 2005

As expected, Dr. Rice has been confirmed.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26 - Condoleezza Rice was easily confirmed as secretary of state today, overcoming charges from some Democrats that she had been a disingenuous architect of a failed administration policy in Iraq.
The Senate voted, 85 to 13, to confirm Ms. Rice, who will succeed Colin L. Powell and […]

What happened to respect?

Saturday, January 22nd, 2005

Thursday was a very special day for our elected president, George W. Bush. Its the last time he will accept a post as an elected, public official. As expected, it was marred by protest. Only it was insignificant in size, according to the likes of MSNBC, CNN and FOX.
The more […]

President George W. Bush’s inaugural address

Thursday, January 20th, 2005

So it begins. Four more years of great leadership and moral courage. President George W. Bush officially began his second term as President of the United States of America this morning at a ceremony in Washington. I was unable to watch his inaugural address, but I was able to read the transcript this afternoon. I […]

Letterman’s Top Ten for January 11, 2005

Wednesday, January 12th, 2005

Top Ten Proposed Changes At CBS News via Rathergate.com.
10. Stories must be corroborated by at least two really strong hunches.
9. “Evening News” pre-show staff cocktail hour is cancelled until further notice.
8. Reduce “60 Minutes” to more manageable 15-20 minutes.
7. Change division name from “CBS News” to “CBS News-ish”
6. If anchor says anything inaccurate, earpiece delivers […]

What will Mapes do now?

Tuesday, January 11th, 2005

Now that Mapes doesn’t have a job with CBS, what will she do? I doubt any other news agency will take her given her bias to the left so that doesn’t leave many options. She could become a political commentator but that will only expose her true bias that she has worked so hard […]

Post Election Selection Trama strikes again

Tuesday, January 11th, 2005

They will never get over it.
[A] Detroit Democrat and a handful of other anti-Bush groups across the country are urging others of like mind to withhold their cash and labor on Inauguration Day — from all businesses.
It gets even better!
Livingstone, a 41-year-old writer, hopes to be in Washington for the Jan. 20 festivities, which for […]

CBS report released

Monday, January 10th, 2005

Months, not weeks, after the panel was created to investigate the 60 Minutes II story on the TANG/Killian memos, we have the results.
The biggest results thus far is the dismissal of four CBS employees. Mary Mapes was fired and Senior Vice President Betsy West 60 Minutes Wednesday Executive Producer Josh Howard, and Senior Broadcast Producer […]

And she signed

Thursday, January 6th, 2005

Captain’s Quarters reported Boxer signed the objection to the electoral vote count that is scheduled to begin in just under an hour and a half in Congress.
Barbara Boxer signed onto John Conyers’ challenge of the Ohio electors this morning, setting up a useless two-hour debate in both chambers on the election won by George Bush […]

Certifying the electorate

Thursday, January 6th, 2005

Congress meets today to certify the electoral votes for the 2004 election. Normally this isn’t a very news worthy story as the report is buried within the newspapers, but this year could be different.
Wizbang - In order to mount a challenge to the Ohio electors Representative John Conyers, who’s already indicated he will challenge, needs […]

Sheriff fires 27 on first day

Tuesday, January 4th, 2005

And to think I used to live in nearby Cobb county.
Power goes to a person’s head, sometimes more quickly than others. The new sheriff of Clayton County, Georgia seems to be one of the former. Victor Hill celebrated his first day in office by firing 27 people, stationing snipers around the office and driving the […]

TIME Person of the Year 2004

Sunday, December 19th, 2004

TIME Person of the Year 2004: George W. Bush
For sticking to his guns (literally and figuratively), for reshaping the rules of politics to fit his ten-gallon-hat leadership style and for persuading a majority of voters that he deserved to be in the White House for another four years, George W. Bush is TIME’s 2004 Person […]

Democrats do it again

Sunday, December 19th, 2004

Via Power Line:
Cal Thomas, in the Washington Times, tells us that the Democrats have announced plans to hold “hearings” during which they will examine the policies and conduct of the Bush administration. I thought we just finished such hearings in the form of an election campaign.
North Dakota Senator Byron Dorgan promises that the hearings will […]