"Americans fill the world with art and music. They push the bounds of science and discovery. And they forever remind us of what we should never forget: The people dreamed this country. The people built this country. And it is the people who are making America great again." That was the underlying message of Pres. … Continue reading Making the #SOTU great again
George Washington McLintock: Now Katherine, are you going to believe what you see, or what I tell you? McLintock! 1963 Last night in a post with 14 updates I went over comments concerning the President's SOTU speech. There was a lot of fun in some of them but if you really want to understand why … Continue reading Ed Morrissey on the Missing SOTU Earth Shattering Kaboom! or Why Trump Won SOTU Night
That more than anything else is why the Democrats in the audience are so upset. Or to put it another way, when even CBS starts tweeting stuff about this. Members of Congressional Black Caucus don't stand as Pres. Trump touts low African-American unemployment rate in #SOTU address. https://t.co/q18EZzVe9p pic.twitter.com/cKCUaQg0bv — CBS News (@CBSNews) January 31, … Continue reading I think the SOTU speech is a Gamechanger for Election 2018 CNN already crying Russian midterm meddling
by baldilocks Are the days of the famous University of Notre Dame mascot numbered? Some dude at ESPN hopes so. During a debate Tuesday over the Cleveland Indian's recent decision to drop their "Chief Wahoo" logo, ESPN "First Take" host Max Kellerman argued the Notre Dame Fighting Irish mascot is offensive as well. Kellerman said … Continue reading Notre Dame’s Next
Like almost everything, the Super Bowl has become as much a political event as a game. DaTimes’ Frank Bruni, one of the most leftist columnists at the newspaper, has written an incredibly obnoxious analysis of The Big Game. The headline itself is a neck-snapper: “The Existential Hell of This Year’s Super Bowl.” “Football, like Trumpism, … Continue reading The Super Bowl and Elites
"All I was saying was that a losing team, plus bread and circuses, was better than a losing team and a long, still silence." Bill Veeck While Tom Brady prepares for his eighth trip to the Superbowl in 16 years (not counting the season he spent injured) to close his season Tim Tebow who won … Continue reading Tebow in the Majors in 2018 or the XFL in 2020?
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT -- My grown son and I have a tradition where each year we go see all the Oscar nominated movies: at least those in the main categories. We don't always master this completely. Last year I don't think there were any we wanted to see, but Usually we see most of … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Oscar Movie Marathon
Linus Larrabee: This, this is my home, no wife would ever understand it. David Larrabee: Well neither can I You've got all the money is the world. Linus Larrabee: Well what's money got to do with it? If making money were all there was to business it hardly be worthwhile going into the office. Money … Continue reading Humphrey Bogart Explains Capitalism in Under a Minute
By John Ruberry Almost a year ago here at Da Tech Guy I wrote this about Chris Kennedy entering the race for the Democratic nomination for Illinois governor. He’s not a people person. I can’t remember who said it, but a wiser scribe than me said something along these lines about Hillary Clinton, “Some chefs … Continue reading The fall of Chris Kennedy in Illinois
There is nothing more dangerous than liberal with power as business owners in Seattle are finding out It's amusing to watch Seattle tell us that this tax is designed to get people to drink less sugary drinks, that is, to change their eating behavior, while at the same time saying that it won't change … Continue reading Seattle Tax Killing local Business so Let’s Make it Statewide!
by baldilocks From the party of separate and sure-it's-equal. Buzzfeed: Rep. Maxine Waters, a California Democrat, will speak at the top of a [Black Entertainment Television] News special after Trump delivers the State of the Union, a BET spokesperson told BuzzFeed News. The program, “Angela Rye’s State of the Union,” is part of a broader … Continue reading The Black and the White SOTU Rebuttals
Anyone who watches Star Wars, Star Trek or any other sci-fi flicks knows the excitement of watching humans explore a new world. It's exciting mainly because we currently can't do it. At best, we can send trash can-sized robots to Mars and a few older robots at the edge of our solar system. The last … Continue reading Leaving behind our shore line in space
A week ago today in conjunction with the Worcester Tea Party we held our 2nd Event together at Tang Dynasty Restaurant President Trump a Year in Review and Looking Ahead. There were some similarities with our first event with Stacy McCain last year, the venue, the fact that both the Worcester Tea Party and Granite Grok … Continue reading President Trump a Year in Review and Looking Ahead, The Raw Video and Interviews
Life is better with dogs. I should know, since I have a whole family of six of them living with me and my husband, kids, and cats! Here are a few tales of heroic dogs to brighten your weekend... It was 4:30 am when a sleeping couple was awakened by their two dogs recently. The … Continue reading Dog Tales
A couple of days ago, I shared on Facebook Daniel Greenfield's article, The Imaginary Hispanic. A dozen years ago I pointed out that there is no such thing as Hispanic. There are Peruvians, Puerto Ricans, Paraguayans, Panamanians, and whatnot, However, here in the USA there are a large number of people who are making money … Continue reading FB dismisses Daniel Greenfield as spam