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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The smartest woman in the world (with apologies to those of you who thought it was you). A glimpse into life with Hillary as President.

The following may be offensive to those of you with any common sense.

R.I.P Fouad Ajami

It is with great sadness that Fouad Ajami has passed on at age 68 of prostate cancer. He was a brilliant mind and a student of the venerable Bernard Lewis. He saw the whole Mideast saga for the cruelty and waste that it is. And like Ayaan Hirsi Ali had the guts to say it.

ISIS and their buddies want to take the world back to the seventh century...and I am not going.

The world is not as nice a place with the passing of this incredible scholar. Ignore his writings as you dare.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014


One does not have to go very far in digging around to have Tea Party sympathies. If you look at the movement now afoot to re-write the first amendment, pushed by Senators Schumer and Udall, you don't need to wonder who the extremists are. What a great idea. Let Congress regulate political speech. God save us.

We need a new national sense of shame and we should start with the Schmuck from New York.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Demagogue in Chief.

Slamming the illusory 77% statistics is nothing more than demagoguery, but it may in fact  work. Progressives love to hear this stuff and it matters not how things are measured and controlled. Just look at all the business about income distribution and how that is so sloppily measured. Elections can be won on demagoguery and the Administration is going to keep beating that false drum.

What bothers me the most is that employers are given the burden of proof to show that they did not discriminate. Guilty until proven innocent. Just another of the many ways this is not my America any more.