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

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: Jimmy Carter – The Best Ex-President Ever


The most recent episode of “Red Eye” rocked, as do they all. Among the stories discussed were a Fox News poll stating 80% of Americans feel the US is viewed by the world as weaker now than several years ago, Iranian “president” Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s speech to the UN (he’s totally not a tyrant), and coverage … Continue reading

What a Piece of Work am I


Obama: What a piece of work am I, how superior in reason, how infinite in faculties, in form and moving how lithe and sexy, in B-Ball how like a Laker, in moral superiority how like a god (but not THAT God. That would be favoring Judeo-Christian values over Marxist statism. Screw you and your white … Continue reading

Obama’s Healing Tonic


Obama Addresses Nation on Gulf Oil Spill Disaster


Tonight, fifty-something days into the oil spill disaster, the President of the United States addressed the nation in a speech made from the Oval Office. If you haven’t watched the speech yet, I suggest you do so. Thanks to my friend, Angelia (“Knottie”), for finding it on YouTube just minutes after it was posted. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

Christie/Brewer 2012 – OR Brewer/Christie 2012


I love the governors of both New Jersey and Arizona. As you know, Jan Brewer has taken “rogue” stances on immigration and education. The illegal immigration issue has plagued our country for decades, but the federal government has done little to nothing about it – neither Democrat or Republican leadership has availed to protect our … Continue reading