A Modest Proposal


bronies_head

The logical choice for the next Nobel Peace Prize.

The Promise Is Broken


bruce-springsteen

Springsteen’s most dedicated fan gives up.

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Ryan Sorba: To Shun or Not to Shun?


It’s no secret that I’m not a fan of Ryan Sorba, the young conservative who shows off his tough-guy masculinity by trying to make a career out of fighting against homosexuals and gay marriage. If you don’t remember, Sorba is the speaker with a massively inflated sense of self-importance that used his debut at CPAC [...]

What David Horowitz and My Irish Mother Know About Baseball


When my mother immigrated to America from Ireland in 1959, the first thing she learned about was Baseball. Her stipend from nursing school was small, so once she had climbed to her perch in the nose-bleeds, she was not only in “Baseball- Heaven” emotionally, but darn close physically.
In 1974, then living in San Jose, California, [...]

Obama Throws The Opening Day First Pitch, Cannot Name One Player From His Favorite Baseball Team – Who Is This Man?


In 1954 the New York Giants swept the World Series from the vaunted Cleveland Indians in four games.  By that time I had fallen in love with the game of baseball – then the National Pastime.  I was seven years old.  Willie Mays made a spectacular, over-the-shoulder catch of a ball hit by Indians first [...]

Obama Loses Man Card: His Little White (Sox) Lie


Obama can’t name a single White Sox player from the past. Obvious he lied about being a fan for political cred with regular folk.

Point/CounterPoint: Should We Be Concerned About Sarah Palin’s Endorsement of Rand Paul?


From Louisville Mojo:
As Republican US Senate candidate Dr. Rand Paul approaches his biggest campaign event yet—a Saturday rally at the Fairgrounds that will feature Paul onstage with his dad, former Presidential candidate and US Congressman Dr. Ron Paul—the big news is an upcoming endorsement from 2008 Republican Vice-Presidential nominee Sarah Palin.
David Adams, Paul’s campaign manager, [...]

How Much Influence Over Popular Opinion Do Late-Night Comics Like Jon Stewart Really Have?


“The OReilly Factor” devoted a segment to the political influence of late-night comedy, focusing on Jon Stewart.
Stewart is an appendage of the Obama White House.   A self-confessed liberal, he  has no influence beyond his politically like-minded fan club.  The 1.6 million “Daily Show” viewership is lower  than  “Adult Swim” on Cartoon Network.
David Letterman’s adolescent humor is [...]

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Good News: Horrific Homeland Security Secretary Could Become Supreme Court Justice from Hell


Appearing on Laura Ingraham’s radio show earlier this month, NBC White House correspondent Chuck Todd surprised the popular host by saying he believes President Obama could very well nominate Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano for the Supreme Court next time a vacancy comes up.
I know what you’re thinking. “That has to be a joke, right?” [...]

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At Media Matters, ‘Firing Squad’ Wears the Blindfolds


The more I think about Media Matters taking credit for the “firing” of Lou Dobbs, the stupider the situation gets.
Even if Media Matters is responsible for Dobbs’ departure (which I doubt), how pathetic and ineffectual does that make them look?
The George Soros Steno Pool are always the first to criticize Glenn Beck for supposedly trying [...]

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