I love Roxeanne's post on the Herman Cain story, first there is the lawyerly perspective: From a legal perspective, this is absurd. As Erick Erickson points out, sexual harassment cases against a wealthy, high-profile man do not settle for five figures unless the claim is total b.s., and it’s easier to settle than to pay … Continue reading Roxeanne DeLuca on FIRE
...so if you missed Jimmie Bise, Steve Eggleston, Bob Belvedere or Gabe Malor have no fear you can hear them here. Next week's lineup is up in the air, we will have Libertarian Leanings in the studio and Lisa Graas on the phone. More to come.
I have been going back and forth between Herman Cain and Rick Santorum in my mind for the last few weeks. If there is anything that is likely to push me over the edge in Favor of Herman Cain it's this. The sources — which include the recollections of close associates and other documentation — … Continue reading Seaching for Herman Cain’s coke can: Update: watch Politico squirm
Went to pick up the wife from work I had the final confirmation it's a backwards world. A good chuck of Fitchburg has power many of the street lights that were not functioning this morning are working now. Markets are open and the roads are in pretty good shape from the melting (did I mention … Continue reading Update Fitchburg 6:14 p.m.
If you want to know what this blog is all about, Stacy McCain explains it to a T: I've been there on that 0 when I've done something I've been proud of. Like a closer you just dust yourself off and carry on. This was at the Maryland Conservative Action Network Turning the Tides conference … Continue reading Robert Stacy McCain on the path he (and I) have chosen
One of the side effects of being married to a nurse is that storm or no storm she is expected at work for 6:45. Got up at 5 and decided that the best move would be to go out the front door, shovel to the street and use the street to access the driveway and … Continue reading Fitchburg 7:28 a.m. Sunday
...or at least that is my assumption since there is so much snow on the ground: The Bridge got covered pretty fast Vote for who for city council? My wife's decorative grass has done poorly As have my grape vines and here is my quick video of the area: If there was ever a good … Continue reading Al Gore visits Fitchburg Oct 29th 2011…
Comes from this youtube video via cnbc Now this is clever and doesn't present a health hazard, a smart protest. I don't mind it one bit. Of course the bank will pass on the costs this protest creates to their customers making higher prices for consumers and lower interest rates to customers and the whole … Continue reading An “occupy” idea that solves problems
Have we got a lineup for you tomorrow on AM 830 WCRN's DaTechGuy on DaRadio 10 a.m. We will start with Jimmie Bise of the Sundries Shack with his advice for the Herman Cain campaign. Then we follow up with Steve Eggleston of No Runny Eggs on Wisconsin recall fatigue and we round it up … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio Sat 10 a.m. Bob Belvedere, Steve Eggleston and Jimmie Bise Update:: Gabe Malor too!
I was going to do a post on these developments but Ace of Spades just pardon the pun ACED it. Making this all the more interesting is the fact that the "In-Group" here -- the OWS protesters -- are largely white, while the Out-Group they seek to exclude are largely not. At this pace, in … Continue reading Can’t do better than Ace of Spades on Occupy
The media meme today is the economy is getting better and Obama's numbers are improving and it doesn't matter what is actually happening at Whirlpool: Appliance maker Whirlpool Corp. said Friday it will cut 5,000 jobs, about 10 percent of its workforce in North America and Europe, as it faces soft demand and higher costs … Continue reading Pay no attention to those 5000 jobs gone at Whirlpool
that tells you that no matter what Morning Joe and MSNBC says, this thing is toxic. All it took was one ad. and she went running Elizabeth Warren responds to Occupy comments: MyFoxBOSTON.com Gee I wonder if backing an accused Al Qaeda terrorist in Boston has something to do with it? Strangely enough Morning Joe … Continue reading If Elizabeth Warren is running away from the Occupy Movement in Massachusetts
This morning I drove down to Boston to check out the protests at the opening of the Tarek Mehanna trial as I heard there were going to be competing protests concerning it. I left the house at 7 a.m. but thanks to rush hour traffic in the pouring rain and a slow T, arrived at … Continue reading DaTechGuy at DaCourthouse
Back in Feb 2010 I said this concerning during the debate on DADT: My opinion on “Don’t ask, don’t tell” is a variation of Lincoln statement on slavery. Our goal should be having the strongest most efficient military in the world. We need a military strong enough to reassure our friends and to give our … Continue reading Ok NOW I have a problem with DADT repeal
‘We have tried war – but the use of purely economic power is far more effective.’ The Collector to the 4th Doctor Dr. Who the Sunmakers One of the things I've always thought about the EU was the irony of a power structure with the French and Germans running Europe via the European Union … Continue reading True colors of hollow legions