August 3, 2011
When the tea party suddenly appeared in early 2009 with their “patriotic concerns” over our nation’s debt, I was very puzzled to say the least. I was not one of those folks who had “suddenly discovered” our predicament. I had been painfully aware of the excessive spending that had taken place over [...]
Decide first what you want to do, and then search for the justification in the book. It’s there someplace; all you have to do is interpret it to suit your desires. [...]
June 13, 2011
When Sarah Palin was first thrust upon the national stage in 2008 as John McCain’s vice-presidential running mate, I, like many others, was somewhat impressed. Looking back on that time, I think it was mostly because of the difference in personalities between the two. McCain comes across as an old fuddy-duddy while [...]
February 14, 2011
For that matter, where’s the non-partisan news media.
Yesterday not one single major talk show had a Democrat on to discuss the issues of the day. This is not just a coincidence; Democrats are getting less and less coverage by the press unless they’re the subject of criticism.
Meet the Press: Halperin, [...]