Finding My Way: Compassionate Conservatives


Language. It’s a beautiful, beautiful thing. People spend their lives studying it, deconstructing it, tracing its roots. We use it daily, obviously. Constantly. I’ve heard some people say they think more in images than words. Not I. I’m a very word-orientated person. To me, a word is worth a thousand pictures. At the most basic … Continue reading

Red Eye: Security Breach Around


OK. The TSA screening policy in use has been in place for a while now, as far as I know. Washington State’s SeaTac airport has had the full body scanners in place for at least several months, and I had a brief exchange on Twitter definitely that far back about people opting for the pat … Continue reading

Red Eye: We’re Covered!


    Happy weekend, happy weekenders! I wrote a lengthy post earlier, not related to our favorite show, so this post will be brief, succinct and to the point: college students suck. At least, the liberal ones. As Greg Gutfeld reported on the most recent episode, Campus Progress Action (part of the Center for American … Continue reading

Some Washington State Ballot Initiatives


Yay! I can practically smell November 2nd from here. Why? Because today, I received my official Washington State ballot in the mail. (Yes, we vote by mail. Because GREEN! And also, s pending.) If you don’t live in Washington, this post may not be of interest to you. I’m not going to talk about candidates. … Continue reading

The Liberal Respect for Life


UPDATE – Monday, 2:00 PM: I’m so sorry this post is so very rambling and repetitive. I’m upset, sad, frustrated and very emotionally drained. I know it’s not very well written, but it makes up for lack of literary achievement in total sincerity. Also, thanks to ‘Joan in Podunk’ for providing some valuable statistics in … Continue reading

CA Federal Judge Strikes Down Prop 8 as Unconstitutional


Today, Judge Vaughn Walker struck down California’s Proposition 8 as unconstitutional. Proposition 8 is an amendment to the state’s constitution and defines marriage as between one man and one woman. It was passed by popular vote. In his ruling, Judge Walker, who is himself gay, stated: “Plaintiffs challenge Proposition 8 under the Due Process and … Continue reading

The Right to Pray – Where Rights Conflict

God Bless America

According to FOXNews.com, a Chicago man was arrested outside a Planned Parenthood clinic simply for praying, alone, on the sidewalk: A Chicago man says he’s fighting charges of disorderly conduct for simply standing on a public sidewalk and praying. Joseph Holland, a 25-year-old graduate student at Northwestern University, says he was standing still praying the … Continue reading

Why Pro-Abortion is Anti-Feminist


Oh, I know, I know. I’m a big, bad, man who has a sense of humor and isn’t at all politically correct. Clearly, a misogynist pig with absolutely no right to have any opinion on a purely feminist issue such as abortion at all. Well, stuff it. I’ve got one and you’re going to read … Continue reading

Google Covers Benefits Discrepancy to Gay Domestic Partners: Everyone Freaks Out


Yesterday, the New York Times posted an article about Google raising pay for gay employees whose insurance premiums are higher than married couples if they have registered domestic partners on their policies who aren’t dependents. Predictably, everyone has freaked out. It’s discriminatory against straight people! Or so I’ve heard. And, you can’t base benefits on … Continue reading

Texas GOP – True Conservatives or Authoritarian Jackasses?


UPDATE: Sunday – 1:00 PM – It was gently pointed out to me that the Texas GOP Platform is not necessarily universally endorsed by all Texas Republicans. She is absolutely correct. Let me state, for the record, that where I refer to the Texas GOP in this post, I’m referring to the governing body of … Continue reading

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