DaTechguy’s field guide to bloggers: Daniel Hannan MP of the European Parliment

One of the greatest people I've ever talked to at CPAC was Daniel Hannan of the European Parliament who also blogs for the Telegraph. He is what you might call: A voice of sanity crying out in the wilderness." The full field guide is here.

The Breitbart Boston Memorial

Yesterday evening Conservatives from around the Area got together at JJ Foley's in Boston to remember Andrew Breitbart: I got there almost an hour early and there were already people there some new media. Some who follow politics: And the organizer of the event: Who was kind enough to sit for an interview As the … Continue reading The Breitbart Boston Memorial

Santorum’s Catholic Problem

According to CNN, Rick Santorum, devout Catholic extraordinaire, has failed to win the Catholic vote.  This is apparently an indictment of Rick Santorum, and not of the shoddy exit polling that enables people to self-identify as Catholics when they haven't graced the door of a church in years.  Of course, some of the problem is … Continue reading Santorum’s Catholic Problem

Evolution you can believe in Obama and Israel

You know how the subject of Gay Marriage comes up that the word is the President maintains that he is s against Gay Marriage. It caused me to make this conclusion: His “opposition” to gay Marriage only helps him among blacks because they think he is telling the truth. His “opposition” to gay marriage doesn’t … Continue reading Evolution you can believe in Obama and Israel

When Afghan and Sharia Law narritives clash for the MSM

Pity CBS news stuck in this quandary. They really want to push the idea that the US needs to pull out of Afghanistan yesterday. But they absolutely hate the idea of writing any story that might reflect on Islam in general and Sharia law in particular? So when president Karzai says this: "The clerics' council … Continue reading When Afghan and Sharia Law narritives clash for the MSM

This post comes via the kindness of Don…(Can you give a hand?)

...who has delayed the expenditure for either a new laptop or a laptop repair by at least 30 days by giving me this old windows xp laptop that was playing dust collector at the house. It doesn't have a working battery, (not a big deal since I rarely used my machine not plugged in) the … Continue reading This post comes via the kindness of Don…(Can you give a hand?)