Monthly Archives: July 2010

A Message from the First Lady

“Every year, our family tries to come up with a fun way to wish Barack a happy birthday,” writes Michelle Obama. “And this August 4th, when he turns 49, I have something new in mind.” That “something new” is leaving the … Continue reading

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It’s Not Cynicism If It’s True

It would be nice to retire the shopworn “most transparent administration EVAH!” meme, but the current regime simply makes that impossible. We do indeed have a Crackerjack hypocracy;  there’s a surprise in every new law.

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Core Values

Remember when that vile offspring of a Democrat in the Tennessee legislature hacked Sarah Palin’s gmail account? Nothing remotely out of character for the governor was found, so a kerfuffle was made over the fact that Mrs. Palin had the … Continue reading

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I, Racist

The NAACP harbors racists.  So does the Tea Party, or so I’m told. The Democratic Party has always offered a home to racists, from Andrew Jackson to Robert Byrd.  Indeed, earlier this month the remains of the former Exalted Cyclops … Continue reading

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The Two Opens

In the span of a mere month golf enthusiasts have been granted the fine spectacle of a U.S. Open played at stunning Pebble Beach followed by a British Open held at the home of golf, the Old Course at St. … Continue reading

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Decant It into a Mason Jar?

This is very likely the most ill-conceived pairing of endorser and product in the history of advertising:

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