A Little Evening Slade

Too many things to annoy in the world, I think my readers need some evening slade: First one of the finest songs you likely have never heard This one was an early hit in England: Most readers will recognize this next one as a hit for Quiet Riot but they likely didn't know Slade recorded … Continue reading A Little Evening Slade

Dark Money On The Left Targets North Carolina

By A.P. Dillon Most of the conversation this week has been about the Baltimore Riots.  I'm not going to add to that well-traveled path today.  I want to direct your attention to my home state of North Carolina. When I first started writing at Da Tech Guy, I did a series of articles centering on North … Continue reading Dark Money On The Left Targets North Carolina

Let’s Not Talk About Baltimore…

please. As riots go, it was rather boring anyway. Looters were more interested in stealing toilet paper than Air Jordans.  What's up with that? Let's talk instead about how prepared you are to take care of yourself in an emergency situation. Stuff Happens Stuff happens all the time. I'm not talking about big stuff like … Continue reading Let’s Not Talk About Baltimore…

Morning Joe Baltimore Police Can’t investigate itself (But Obama Admin can)

Today the entire Morning Joe table from Joe & Mike to Barnicle to Katy Kay & Howard Dean etc all agreed that the Baltimore police simply can't investigate itself on the Freddie Gray case. They talked about credibility of the report and public perception and the relationships between those doing the investigation and those being … Continue reading Morning Joe Baltimore Police Can’t investigate itself (But Obama Admin can)

The Unexpectedly Chronicles Hillary Clinton against Jail for Lawbreaking

There are some Unexpectedly Chronicles post that you need to explain to readers and some that you don't. Hillary Clinton: "We need to end the era of mass incarceration" http://t.co/e7QDRkZmWi pic.twitter.com/FFGZFiGCUY— New York Magazine (@NYMag) April 29, 2015 Yeah especially for those who destroy evidence or lie to grand juries?' If I was Hillary Clinton … Continue reading The Unexpectedly Chronicles Hillary Clinton against Jail for Lawbreaking

Don’t rebuild

I realize that Baltimore, which has been a one-party town for nearly half a century, is about to make us, the American taxpayer, fund a rebuilding of all that the rioters are tearing down. Every variety of federal, state, and local government program has been pouring into Baltimore at disproportionate rates for decades. For instance, … Continue reading Don’t rebuild

Let the SCOTUS look to Baltimore & that Solitary Black Mother on Gay Marriage

Lt. Kaminsky: You wanted confirmation, Captain? Take a look! There’s your confirmation! Tora Tora Tora 1970 Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will not pass away. Luke 21:33 Yesterday while most of the country was watching Baltimore the Supreme Court heard arguments to decide if the definition of marriage that had endured … Continue reading Let the SCOTUS look to Baltimore & that Solitary Black Mother on Gay Marriage

Baltimore gets what it voted for

This piece of at the American Thinker says it all: "Returning to the days of mass arrests for any and every minor offense might be a good talking point but it has been proven to be a far less effective strategy for actually reducing crime.” This came just a few months after Maryland legislator Pat … Continue reading Baltimore gets what it voted for

Tea Party Members Riot & Burn in Baltimore

Oh sorry that's the headline would be the reality if we believed Bill Clinton and the MSM who were saying the Tea Party was a violent group who were going to make trouble for the last six years. Perhaps the mayor of Baltimore should invite the Tea Party to hold a protest in the neighborhood affected by … Continue reading Tea Party Members Riot & Burn in Baltimore

Pundits are shocked SHOCKED at Baltimore

I'm not. How many pundits spent the last 4 years playing the race card, stoking racial hatred for the sake of political gain? How many of the people currently rioting have been told that they are oppressed and justified in doing so. And now we have CNN asking where are the police? Amazing simply amazing

One Last Word on Rubio

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – Boy, did I ever step into it last week.  I forgot how thick-skinned bloggers need to be sometimes, and how vitriolic and hateful people can be when conflicting opinions exist. My old friend William Jacobson at Legal Insurrection asked me to expound on my belief that Marco Rubio still has … Continue reading One Last Word on Rubio

It’s the Story that makes the NYT Credible not the Other way Around

The latest Clinton scandal continues to amuse, firstly because of the reaction of Clinton's defenders and secondly because of what I think is behind the MSM's willingness to report on them. But there is one piece of this entire exercise that constantly annoys me. There has been ample evidence that the Clintons are corrupt, that … Continue reading It’s the Story that makes the NYT Credible not the Other way Around

ABC & This Week With George Stephanopoulos owe their viewers an Apology

Earlier today on This Week with George Stephanopoulos the host interviewed Peter Schweizer author of the upcoming book Clinton Cash concerning the author Peter Schweizer The interrogation of Mr. Schweizer by George Stephanopoulos brought back memories to an old news junkie like me of another Sunday morning twenty years ago when that same George Stephanopoulos appeared on … Continue reading ABC & This Week With George Stephanopoulos owe their viewers an Apology

Unions–and a one day classroom sub–shed light on Illinois’ pension debacle

By John Ruberry About 20 percent of Illinois' operating budget goes to state worker pensions. With so much cash going to retired Prairie State employees, you would think that the state where I live would be on diligent in funding the system. But Illinois' pensions are the worst funded among the 50 states.  Some years … Continue reading Unions–and a one day classroom sub–shed light on Illinois’ pension debacle

Our Napkin & Signature media

Recently Sprint has been running an ad campaign themed: "too rich to care" The people portrayed in this ad have so much money they don't have to worry about things, particularly not paying a higher cell phone bill. It makes them out of touch with a reality that you the potential Sprint customer face. It illustrates … Continue reading Our Napkin & Signature media