The Somalis in My Backyard


As many of you know, I’m in the very shallow end of the wealth pool. That’s not a call for sympathy. Many Americans are going through hard times. I’ve had more money before and I will again. I only mention it because some of my friends from Twitter know I lived in an apartment building … 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: Get Juan Williams!


Poor Juan Williams. It isn’t enough National Public Radio dumped him for having the poor taste to be honest about his feelings. No, now the Left must vilify him, as if he was a disavowed CIA operative, cut loose in Eastern Europe sometime in the early 80’s. As Greg Gutfeld mentioned in tonight’s “Greg-Alogue,” the … Continue reading

Islamodefiant on The Ed Morrissey Show


I’m still a newbie to the conservative scene. Consequently, I’m in the process of learning who the major players are, not to mention the behind the scenes folks who influence things. One of the majors I’ve missed out on until today is Ed Morrissey, HotAir.com writer and UStream radio show host, among other things. What … Continue reading

Red Eye: Dear Ahmadinejad – STFU and Get Out, kthxbai


On Thursday of this week, Iranian president (and by “president,” I totally don’t mean “psychotic, gay hanging, woman stoning, genocidally antisemitic, weapons of mass destruction building, truther propagandizing asshole”) Mahmoud Ahmadinejad addressed the general assembly of the United Nations in New York. Among other things, he called for an investigation into the violent Islamic attacks … 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

Feisal to America: Build the Mosque or Face the Consequences


First, it was all about bridge building. The Cordoba House community center and totally not a mosque was all about reaching out to the West to build ties between the Muslim community and larger America. “We’re totes against terrorists and stuff,” said Imam Rauf. “We’re even going to build a museum to the 9/11 attacks … Continue reading

Burning the Qur’an


On September 11, 2010, a small church in Gainesville, Florida is planning an organized burning of the Muslim holy book, The Qur’an. The burning is to mark the anniversary of the 9/11/2001 attacks against the US by Islamic terrorists. Of course, everyone – including General David Petraeus – is worried the burning will endanger the … Continue reading

Reporters Without Borders Condems WikiLeaks … Sort Of


By now, everyone has heard of Julian Assange, the contemptible world traveler who has made it his goal in life to publish dubiously secured documents to the Internet, often edited and without context. His site, WikiLeaks (which I won’t link to here, because … ick) recently published roughly 92,000 US military documents, many of which … Continue reading

SB 1070 – What’s Next for Illegal Immigration in Arizona?


Now that a federal court has ruled against Arizona’s contentious illegal immigration law (SB 1070), what’s next for Arizona and other states trying to combat illegal immigration? Once again, let me say I’m neither a constitutional expert, nor am I a lawyer, but here are some thoughts off the top of my head: 1) If … Continue reading

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