They tore down the drive in while I was gone!

Or perhaps just before and I didn't notice it. Tri-Town drive in has been a fixture in Lunenberg for decades, they have been talking about a housing project going in there but every time it was scheduled to start something put it off. Apparently whatever it was that was stalling it was completed because when … Continue reading They tore down the drive in while I was gone!

DaTechGuy’s field guide to CPAC bloggers…Yid with Lid

One of the interesting things about my 43 hour "Gonzo" moment was being in the bloggers lounge all alone. Because of that I saw individual bloggers come in one at a time. Since I was in no condition to speak to anyone else I decided I'd have some fun doing quick interviews with bloggers. These … Continue reading DaTechGuy’s field guide to CPAC bloggers…Yid with Lid

The Secret Service for the common man

I remember going to the Sarah Palin Rally in NH during the presidential campaign with my son. One of the things that struck me was the secret service. They stood there calm and quiet watching everything and reacting. Very little if anything missed them and I was very impressed. When I was done I asked … Continue reading The Secret Service for the common man

Morning joe is interviewing Kari Marton right now

I reviewed her book a bit ago, you can buy it at Amazon.com here. The terror argument she is given has some credibility due to the experience of her parents but it is still a question of defining what "torture" actually is. Before you go on about crossing the line it might be a good … Continue reading Morning joe is interviewing Kari Marton right now

The debate taking place on Morning Joe right now…

...between Marc Thiessen & Daniel Freedman is an example of some of the best stuff on this type of show. Not only was it a good debate but the bell made it fun. (It wasn't a cowbell but what can you do?) I'd like to see this as a regular feature of the show, maybe … Continue reading The debate taking place on Morning Joe right now…

I did something a tad different during the Glenn Beck speech…

...in keeping with my assertion that it was the average person was the most important people at CPAC instead of sitting still I wandered the hotel taking shots of the people watching the speech outside of the main hall. If you want a stationary perspective, Barbara provides one here.