I tease twitter a lot but occasionally you can the good civil debate it was sold as a platform for. I had one such exchange with . You can read the exchange on the subject of the Church's role in civilization here by viewing the entire conversation. It's a shame this is the exception and … Continue reading Today’s non-tweets Under my Fedora 12-9-18
As you probably know by now Tim Allen's series Last Man Standing is going to be returning to TV on Fox after ABC cancelled the popular show without explanation, but insisting that it had nothing to do with its conservative bent. I don't watch a lot of TV these days thanks to a 2nd shift … Continue reading “Last Man Standing” and “The Hill” A DaTechGuy Quick Thought
Yesterday the only story in the news seemed to be the rating for the revival of the show Rosanne which blew away all competitors all expectations and worst for the media and the Hollywood left blew away the entire narrative that they had been trying to build since November of 2016 and had managed to … Continue reading The Rosanne Poll is Bad News for the Democrat Media Left…
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
If Hillary Clinton opened up a hamburger joint, would you eat there? If George Soros wrote a book and went on tour, would you buy his book and wait in line at Barnes & Noble to have him sign it? Did you run out and buy a Dixie Chicks album after they attacked George W. Bush? … Continue reading I don’t care which liberals won at the #GoldenGlobes and neither should you
I'm a big fan of the Producers (although I go for the Zero Mostel / Gene Wilder version more) and Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane are always funny. But after seeing this video via Instapundit. Isn't the "Plan" being listed pretty much what happened with Jeb Bush and to a lesser $ degree Rick Perry … Continue reading Didn’t Bialystok & Bloom run the Jeb Bush Campaign?
One of the great action movies of the 50's was the 1958's The Vikings staring Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh. If you like action, adventure and a touch of comedy, you'll want to watch it. At a key point of the picture viking prince Einar (Kirk Douglas) prays to Odin the Viking God. … Continue reading Lindsey Graham as Kirk Douglas, Ted Cruz as Tony Curtis
Professor Horatio Smith: The trouble with us Mr. Maxwell is we don't understand women. Pimpernel Smith 1941 Is this hideous parody of “higher education” worth $46,417 a year? RS McCain 2016 When I saw this post at Stacy McCain's site concerning a rather quiet settlement in the Washington & Lee case: Washington and Lee University has … Continue reading Perhaps Horatio Smith Saw Washington & Lee Coming
After a very good day's sleep I turned on the TV and found this scene from Animal House playing. Watching for a little while and thinking of the Star wars fanaticism that's been going on it hit me that both of these movies came out in the late 70's. It was a time when many … Continue reading The Gospels according to Bluto & Han
One of an occasional series of articles comparing the Bush Years vs the Obama Years: Barack Obama's administration has described itself as a "Strong Defender of the First Amendment" Meanwhile the left routinely called George Bush a foe of the 1st Amendment Let's take a look at the two: In 2001 Comedy Central premiered … Continue reading The Bush Years vs the Obama Years Compare & Contrast: the 1st Amendment
My latest for Watchdog.org talks about the new Taxes proposed by Barack Obama and how they identify him not as a man pretending to be a king, but as a neighborhood boss: I’ve seen many portrayals of President Obama as an absolutist king due to his penchant for unilateral policy decisions made over the heads … Continue reading My Latest for WatchDog.org: Don Obama
While the prospect of fighting was a joke, they kept me in the background. Now we are sure of fighting I'll be sent for Lord Nelson 1801 In 1801 England was in the midst of their decades long struggle with Revolutionary / Napoleonic France one of the strongest card in their deck was their orders in … Continue reading Copenhagen on the Potomac
With just two weeks to go to election day democrats are in panic. Their candidates for office are unable to remember who they voted for by name last time. They're suddenly supporting travel bans they formerly opposed, It's reached a point where they have to use the NYT to beg for the black vote turnout as they don't dare express support … Continue reading The Administration’s Gilligan Crisis
It's no secret at this blog that I have been watching Morning Joe for years. For years it's been an entertaining & informative show. Joe & Mika are one of the best pairings I've ever seen on television in such a format. Willie Geist works very well. Barnicle is from my home town and all … Continue reading Morning Joe is slowly losing me
I spoke to Chris Grim of Fan Freedom at CPAC 2013 You can find out more about them here.