Daily Archives: October 9, 2011

What a heart-wrenching story

Too bad it’s bullshit: Robert Stephens graduated from Carleton College (average cost: $42,942/year) in 2010 and now studies law at The George Washington University Law School (average cost: $70,449/year). His father has a Ph.D. and two master’s degrees; his mother … Continue reading

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Not Rocket Science

Republicans are frequently denigrated as being stupid. In some cases they are paradoxically labeled as both evil geniuses and drooling morons at the same time. It should be no surprise that Herman Cain is similarly mocked. It doesn’t matter that … Continue reading

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Breaking Bad Season Finale Live Blog

The cat’s out of the bag, there will be a Season 5, so we know Walter White will survive. I’m guessing Jesse kills Gus’ henchman Tyrus to save Walter in the dramatic finish. What do you think? The finale starts … Continue reading

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Late last night/early this morning I wrote: That’s strange. Why just three years ago Obama was a Jedi master of politics, bringing people together the way he had done back in . . . uh . . . nowhere. He … Continue reading

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Imagine if a group of white Tea Partiers did it

Occupy Atlanta gives John Lewis the cold shoulder Apparently having solved all other problems in Georgia, a group of roughly 300 protesters decided to mimic the recent events in Manhattan and set up Occupy Atlanta. Unlike their brothers and sisters … Continue reading

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Provacateur or mere infiltrator?

Patrick Howley at American Spectator: Standoff in D.C. Anti-capitalist protests engulf the nation’s capital — and one American Spectator reporter gets pepper-sprayed. WASHINGTON — The fastest-running protesters charged up the steps of Washington’s National Air and Space Museum Saturday afternoon … Continue reading

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Cain on Face the Nation

The Hill: Herman Cain charged Sunday that groups sympathetic to President Obama were ginning up the Occupy Wall Street protests to take attention away from the administration’s policies. Cain, the GOP presidential candidate and former Godfather’s Pizza chief executive, also … Continue reading

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Burden of proof

I’ve been catching heat from a few people lately because I’m not a Wallbagger fan. I’ve raised a number of concerns I have and the response seems to be “You can’t prove it.” That gets it completely backwards. I don’t … Continue reading

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Sarah Speaks

Palin says it’s time to “reload for America” During a speech focusing on faith and family, former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin called for the “restoration of America” during the Extraordinary Women Conference at Liberty University in Lynchburg Saturday. Palin’s … Continue reading

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The Lone Narcissist

Obama, the loner president Beyond the economy, the wars and the polls, President Obama has a problem: people. This president endures with little joy the small talk and back-slapping of retail politics, rarely spends more than a few minutes on … Continue reading

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