Question: Why does Charles Johnson owe Andrew Sullivan a debt of Gratitude today? I already commented on Johnson's post which hearkens back to brighter days. Sullivan however is in full moonbat mode: A simple point. The violence by the activists is pretty abhorrent. These are not followers of Gandhi or MLK Jr. But the violence … Continue reading Answer: Because Sullivan makes Charles Johnson look like his own sane self today
The spread looked great. There was a sandwich the size of 5 larges at Mighty Subs, cakes, chicken and when that started to run out Pizza. A steady stream of people came in to greet Doraville's newly returned police chief. John King had been had spent his time in Afghanistan training Afghan police, trying to … Continue reading A reception in Doraville
...as Israel's attempt to enforce the blockade with Paintball guns of course led to actual battle. You can't play paintball if the other side wants to kill you. This story IS the story on the net. Gateway has several posts one with a connection to familiar names: Barack Obama’s close family friends, terrorists Bill Ayers … Continue reading The big news today is the action in the middle east…
In the center of Town we had our Memorial Day ceremonies Here is some video of the Parade And the People Watching it. We had a series of speakers Including local pols and vets but the most moving words came from the Gold Star Mothers : At the close of the ceremony was the volley … Continue reading Memorial Day in Fitchburg Massachusetts
You know looking at this picture at Atlanta's airport I think it totally encapsulates the new media: Don't need a desk don't need a chair, give me my laptop bag, little battery life and some airport floor space and a stranger willing to take the picture and presto and an Examiner column and a blog … Continue reading The new media in action
Yesterday my brother picked me up at the airport and we as before went to Prince Pizza. As always the pizza was great and this time I didn't overeat so there was no pain later. We had three very pleasant encounters in the place. The first with the former owners of what was my wife's … Continue reading A Ray of Hope
That has been ignored: Folks, what the hell is so much less delicate about the Gulf of Mexico than ANWR, where we could drill much more safely than in the Gulf? Nothing—that’s what. The ecosystems in the Gulf are far more vulnerable than those in ANWR—as are the local economies that depend on them. And … Continue reading Little Miss Attila comes upon a truth…
My latest Examiner Article Looking for a cup of Peach Tea is about my unsuccessful attempts to get a handle on the tea party movement in Georgia while I was there. On the Plus side however Juan Did join the Axis of Fedora! If you are not familiar with my examiner articles (and if you … Continue reading Latest Examiner Article Looking for a cup of Peach Tea
Actually crashed on the couch while sorting though everything. I seem to have mislaid an e-mail address from the Prince Pizza I have to double check my brother's car later. There are quite a few posts from Georgia that are still to be written and videos to be uploaded about: The Doraville reception, Tysinger reception, … Continue reading The story thus far…
Today I have reached 100,000 hits for the year thus far. That is nearly double my total hits for all of 2009. It's not quite Stacy McCain's 1,000,000 hits a year but we are certainly heading in that direction. I want to thank all of you who have stopped by this year so far. I'll … Continue reading 100,000 hits and counting
Georgia was a nice place to visit, but in the end for all the nuttiness that it has, Massachusetts is home and there is just nothing like being back home.
...because it only just hit me after a good nights sleep why I got that reaction a few days ago when the tea party came up: They believe the vile calumny that they have been told from the day of the passage of the health care bill. When I offered a reward of $100,000 to … Continue reading I must have taken a stupid pill a few days ago…
Just got back from the Weekly Tysinger Breakfast and one thing in particular caught my eye. There was a set of handouts of articles etc present Here is the photo, can you tell what's wrong with this picture? Look at the bylines and the papers, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The AJC (well … Continue reading What’s wrong with this picture?
I had a long lunch with Cory Ruth today at a place called Arizona's: The write up that is promised at the end of the interview is going to have to wait until Sunday or Monday, but it will be coming.
Crossroads News has the story: Lewis, his former chief operating officer, Patricia Reid, her former husband Anthony Pope, and her secretary Cointa Moody were indicted Wednesday by a DeKalb grand jury on charges that they ran a criminal enterprise that sent millions of dollars to Pope, Reid’s then-husband, and vendors in exchange for cash, sports … Continue reading Indictments in Ga-4 are the big news around here: