Barack Obama.com 2012 (via The Pundit press) Jonathan Gruber: “Make No Mistake: The Affordable Care Act Is Based On Massachusetts’s Success,” And Several Of The Architects Of Romneycare Worked Closely With The Obama Administration “To Translate The Lessons From Massachusetts Onto The National Stage.” Jonathan Gruber, Professor of Economics at MIT wrote, “The core of … Continue reading I’m Old Enough to Remember when Obama claimed Gruber wrote Obamacare
By John Ruberry Ten years after his passing, the legacy of Ronald Reagan still resonates. The Gipper has had a phenomenal autumn. Eight days before Election Day, the 50th anniversary of Reagan's A Time for Choosing address arrived and it reacquainted Americans with the 40th president's core values--and for younger voters it exposed the fallacies … Continue reading Ronald Reagan’s glorious autumn of 2014
I wrote about Senator McCaskill working early to establish a meme that will help her in election 2018. Looking at this story running at the Hillary friendly site Politico it looks like the Clinton team is playing the same game on offense with Elizabeth Warren concerning her appearance at the Democracy Alliance an exclusive club of progressive … Continue reading Hillary Clinton Allies doing 2016 Battlefield Prep?
#Feminist Scripture "For what profiteth a man if he discovered a cure for cancer yet wears an objectionable blazer?" Dworkin 18:26 @rsmcain — Peter Ingemi (@DaTechGuyblog) November 16, 2014 #feminism in 1 sentence: If the price for humanity reaching the stars is toleration of objectionable shirts it's not worth it. #shirtstorm — Peter Ingemi (@DaTechGuyblog) … Continue reading Modern Feminism in two tweets
With the Season finale of the First Season of Peter Capaldi and only the Christmas Special between us and a long wait to for the next season it's time to begin the process of passing the time as we wait for new episodes. What better way than to pick out the best Scenes in the … Continue reading The Best Scenes in Doctor Who Poll: Series 1 9th Doctor Christopher Eccleston
By Steve Eggleston For decades, there has been a major criticism of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly known as Division 1-A); namely, that it didn't have a playoff to determine a champion. That is a legacy of two things - the bowl game regime, and the fact that the … Continue reading College football – still all messed up