Spock: It was far easier for you as civilized man to act as barbarians, than for them as barbarians to act like civilized men. Star Trek Mirror,Mirror 1967 If you really want to see how far the left has gone take a look at the comments in the NYT article referenced by Twitchy yesterday but … Continue reading I Can’t Wait for Election Day NYT Comments / IowaHawk Edition
Sept 2nd 2015 2:53 PM Gwen Ifill hails flawless analysis of Marie Harf's PowerPoint slide https://t.co/icSnHbOsZm— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) September 2, 2015 Sept 2nd 2015 2:56 PM Achievement unlocked pic.twitter.com/dJWEEaJh7M— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) September 2, 2015 Just remember, you pay Gwen Ifill's salary. Update: This is amusing: When asked to clarify her tweet on Wednesday, Ifill … Continue reading Gwen Ifill , IowaHawk & The State of American Journalism in two Tweets
Or perhaps I should call it the "reply" of the year: Somebody should call the cops. RT @KurtSchlichter Good. RT @CassandraRules SOMEONE JUST PLOWED THROUGH OUR LINE AND HIT PROTESTORS— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) December 28, 2014 David Burge is one of the funniest men that will never be acknowledged by the media in general or … Continue reading Iowahawk puts out the tweet of the Year
First with these two tweets concerning the news conference: He follows up with some questions that didn't get asked at his news conference such as: When you create jobs, why do always create them for Texas? If you are not familiar with Iowahawk, here is my interview with the most concise man on the internet … Continue reading IowaHawk nails it twice
he is devastating: To recap: white students in Texas perform better than white students in Wisconsin, black students in Texas perform better than black students in Wisconsin, Hispanic students in Texas perform better than Hispanic students in Wisconsin. In 18 separate ethnicity-controlled comparisons, the only one where Wisconsin students performed better than their peers in … Continue reading Boy when IowaHawk gets serious
When it comes to serious consideration of the issues, no person in the blogosphere brings a more calm and sober head to a discussion than Iowahawk! The tribute to E. Blackadder in this discourse touched me in a special way.