For the Sake of our Children – AdoptUsKids.org


As an adopted child, I perhaps have extra insight into the importance of having a stable, loving family. Like every other kid in America, I grew up too often taking my parents for granted. But, in the back of my mind, there was always one lingering thought: my parents chose me. I could have grown … Continue reading

Recommended Reading – “Decision Points”


When George W. Bush’s long awaited memoirs, “Decision Points,” hit bookstores earlier this month, it was like the Internet slowed down … for just a day or so. The book shot to the top of sales charts as both supporters and detractors of the controversial president rushed to get their hands on a copy. Though … Continue reading

Red Eye: Love It or Leave It!


You know, normally, I’d be doing a little research when expanding a serious story reported on “Red Eye.” But, honestly, to hell with it. We’re talking about California: the state that makes Sodom and Gomorrah look like extreme Amish purists in comparison to the rest of us. So, as Greg Gutfeld mentioned, a 13 year … Continue reading

Dear Veterans: Thank You

God Bless America

To my Dad, my step-brother, my online friends – including Lou and Kurt – my real life friend G. To everyone who has ever served our great nation in the fight for freedom: Thank you!!!! We are grateful for what you have all done for us, the country and the world.

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

Colorado Billboard Speaks Truth to … erm … Power?


My friend Traci just sent me this in email. It went up in Grand Junction, CO around the middle of September.

Red Eye: God Hates Total Bastards


After last night’s heated – but fruitful – Twitter debate over the TN house fire, I promised to write a silly post. Sorry, but it turns out I lied. It’s time to tell a little story. As many of you know, I am teh ghey. For years, I’ve lived by myself. I’ve had relationships on … Continue reading

Political Affordances of the Left (And How to Defeat Them)


In 1977, psychologist James G. Gibson coined the term “affordance” to refer to any “action possibility” within an object. For instance, a 5 foot leash doesn’t “afford” a dog the possibility of walking 10 feet from the tree to which it is tied. In the 1980, Donald Norman shifted the meaning of the term in … Continue reading

Hey, Barack: Absorb THIS!


Barack Obama, the nation’s most popular, humble, reasonable and self-effacing president ever, recently said in an interview that the United States could absorb another terrorist attack “We can absorb a terrorist attack. We’ll do everything we can to prevent it, but even a 9/11, even the biggest attack ever . . . we absorbed it … Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: US Attacked by Mexican Drug Cartels


UPDATE: Sunday, 4:21 PM PST – ALIPAC says story is probably bogus. UPDATE: 7:13 PM PST – Michelle Malkin has this to say, which just adds to the confusion. (HINT: The Laredo story does seem to be totally fictitious) UPDATE: 5:00 PM – This has been posted on the Laredo Morning Times Website. UPDATE: 1:52 … Continue reading

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