The Iowa Caucus is only moments away and our nation will begin the formal process of choosing a successor to President Barack Obama. The existential question for political conservatives is this: What do they make of the Donald Trump wild card factor that has changed the dynamics of the Republican Party primary season? Perhaps the … Continue reading Will The Republican Party be Exiled in The Presidential Wilderness?
Adrian Monk: [to the murder suspect] You had the hotel key card, so you knew where he was staying. You ran the whole way. You probably didn't even notice that it was starting to rain... you. It was you. You filthy, disgusting animal! YOU MAKE ME SICK! [confused, everyone turns to look where Monk is … Continue reading Experimenting with Public Urination in SF Adrian Monk Hardest Hit
By John Ruberry The Flint crisis--dangerous levels of lead have been found in its drinking water--is a travesty, but one that the left is using to advance its agenda. Background: Two years ago after telling the the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department in a cost-cutting move that it would stop buying its Lake Huron water … Continue reading Flint water crisis shows how the left operates
There's been some hints on twitter in terms of what's been going on with me physically lately but I've not explicitly talked about it so as I've unexpected found myself with a day off, and home at 3 am on a sunday morning instead of at work let me explain. What started a few weeks … Continue reading An Update On My Physical Condition
by baldilocks 17 And there was a man of mount Ephraim, whose name was Micah. 2 And he said unto his mother, The eleven hundred shekels of silver that were taken from thee, about which thou cursedst, and spakest of also in mine ears, behold, the silver is with me; I took it. And his mother said, … Continue reading Winning Hollow
Help Help I'm being repressed Monty Python and the Holy Grail 1975 Back in the land of England the concerted effort to remove Cecil Rhodes from the college that he benefited and the scholarship that helped finance the many students calling for his metaphorical head has hit a snag. Economics. The governing body of Oriel … Continue reading Rhodes Must Fall…Falls
We constantly hear about brave protesters who stand up to authority who in reality risk nothing by doing so. Harmony Daws is not such a person: Daws informed her boss at Sparkling Palaces, a local cleaning business in Portland, that she had recently been named president of Oregon Right To Life. Afterwards, her boss became “cold … Continue reading Harmony Daws is a Hero
They just signed a two trade and scientific-technical development protocols. No, the Cuban communists and the North Korean are not in the States Sponsors of Terrorism list. Yes, they have been caught playing footsie with 240 metric tons' worth of Soviet-era weapons and fighter jets hidden under sacks of sugar at least once (maybe attempting a … Continue reading Did you hear about Cuba and North Korea?
Ok let me preface this post that this is pure speculation. I've been thinking about last night's debate and while I still think Trump's move to skip it was strategic I was asking myself why play prevent? Trump last debate was good and much like Ty Cobb who WAS Capable of hitting for the long … Continue reading Speculation: Twas Videos That Chased the Donald from the #gopdebate
The full folly of Donald Trump's decision to skip the GOP debate is being proven tonight. Tonight has been the worst possible result for him, the GOP debate has been full of substance, strong answers and serious discussion, with plenty of quotable moments that have nothing to do with Donald Trump. That's bad enough, but … Continue reading I’m old enough to remember when Donald Trump was considered Indispensable to GOP Debate
Yesterday I wrote how the GOP's establishment's decision to go all in for Donald Trump is a pragmatic decision and in some ways quite logical because it does two things: 1. It acknowledges that the Primary System is designed to aid a front-runner and that Trump has put him self in a position to use … Continue reading …and attack Ted Cruz comes with a huge long term price
At Politico, Shane Goldmatcher writes that there is a new target in tomorrow night's debate: Hollow or not, Donald Trump’s threat to boycott the final GOP forum before Iowa votes has complicated Ted Cruz’s game plan, forcing the Texan to prepare for two different debates — one in which he tangles directly with the front-runner … Continue reading The GOP’s Pragmatic Decision to Aid Donald Trump…
Hassan Rouhani visited Italy to sign $18 billion worth of contracts with Italian companies keen to capitalize on the lifting of sanctions on the Islamic Republic. Normally I would not write on this, except that Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who was murdered almost exactly a year ago, had tied Rouhani to the 1994 AMIA bombing … Continue reading Italian castrati sing Rouhani’s Iranian tune
Ten Years ago Al Gore gave a speech saying that we have only 10 years to save the planet from Global Warming. At that time Rush Limbaugh started a countdown clock at 10 years. This is January 27th, 2006. We will begin the count, ladies and gentlemen. This is just... You have to love these … Continue reading The Unexpectedly Chronicles It’s Goremageddon & we’re still all still alive!
Just saw his on twitter: Trump camp manager @CLewandowski_ confirms to WaPo that Trump is “definitely not” participating in Fox New debate. “His word is his bond." — Philip Rucker (@PhilipRucker) January 26, 2016 Now there are logical strategic reasons for Donald Trump to skip the last debate. He is far ahead of the polls … Continue reading Donald Trump v Ted Cruz 2 becomes Leonard v Duran 2: #NoMás