- Nuclear North Korea
- Karl Rove on the 2014 elections
- Charles Krauthammer on the budget
- Guantanamo Bay scandal: prosecution gained access to about 540,000 e-mails from defense teams.
- Newtown families: victims turn lobbyists.
- Why newspapers need to hire more Christians.
- 14 year old boy shot 73 at the Masters.
KG was a real hoot over at the Hillary thread. I'd shun him too but he's too much fun to avoid ridicule.
Why it's impossible to get anything done in DC.
Fourteen-year-old Masters player gets penalized a stroke for slow play
I'm wondering: Do the guys that run this outfit do niggling things to non-Caucasians for the sheer heck of it? It started with fried chicken and watermelon...did they allasudden run out of lo mein and fried rice too??
@Ivy_B: We mused a couple weeks back about JCPenney's troubles and speculated how soon it would be before the CEO got booted. Well, wonder no more.
Pro-abortionists inside and outside the media are in a panic.
Storm hits Mayflower, Arkansas site of Exxon oil spill. Contaminated water pumped into Lake Conway as citizen journalists report live.
This is also what 'not covering' soothing looks like.
Expect panic from the Glenn Beck crowd.
This is what "Not covering" something looks like:
Major Sports Leagues Prepare for the ‘I’m Gay’ Disclosure
The National Hockey League and its players announced Thursday what appeared to be the most comprehensive measure by a major men’s league in support of gay athletes. The National Football League is working with gay advocacy groups to smooth the way for acceptance and to discuss how to prepare for the moment when one of its players publicly discusses his homosexuality.
Hey, I wonder how the nutcases on the religious right are going to take it?
Klingenschmitt: Allowing Openly Gay NFL Players is 'a Demonic Use of the Sporting Industry'
Oh. Never mind.
"If you need to get up to speed on the Kermit Gosnell story, here’s a good place to start.
A doctor whose abortion clinic was a filthy, foul-smelling “house of horrors” that was overlooked by regulators for years was charged Wednesday with murder, accused of delivering seven babies alive and then using scissors to kill them.
Hundreds of other babies likely died in the squalid clinic that Dr. Kermit Gosnell ran from 1979 to 2010, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams said at a news conference.
“My comprehension of the English language can’t adequately describe the barbaric nature of Dr. Gosnell,” he added."
The liberal media demonstrates it's left wing bias in what news it will cover and what news that it will spike.
Ann Coulter: so offensive that even Fox said "too much":
The less done the better. Being ruled from DC is like being ruled by the lowest intelligence percentile.
From what I understand, not this time.
@nflfoghornShares tumbled 10.3 percent at $14.23 in early Tuesday trading.
Doesn't seem to be a popular decision.
Of course he is.
That one needs to be ignored too.
@DonQuixotic I expect nothing else.
"A Lexis-Nexis search shows none of the news shows on the three major national television networks has mentioned the Gosnell trial in the last three months. The exception is when Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan hijacked a segment onMeet the Press meant to foment outrage over an anti-abortion rights law in some backward red state.
The Washington Post has not published original reporting on this during the trial and The New York Times saw fit to run one original story on A-17 on the trial’s first day. They’ve been silent ever since, despite headline-worthy testimony . . .
You don’t have to oppose abortion rights to find late-term abortion abhorrent or to find the Gosnell trial eminently newsworthy. This is not about being “pro-choice” or “pro-life.” It’s about basic human rights."
The were more mentions of the firing of the Rutgers coach than there were of the Gosnell serial killings.
I'm surprised. I expected the first article to be about the reduction in testosterone poisoning that would happen with the permitting of homosexuals into sports.
@MementoMori It's somewhat amusing. What's the toad to non-toad ratio?
It's hard to take anyone serious that use the word demonic in sports.
Where do righties find these toads?
Manwoman Coulter is a special breed of awful. We don't really have to speculate why she's single.
Coulter wrote about how MSNBC’s Martin Bashir suggested Republican senators wouldn’t support stronger gun control legislation until a member of their family was killed. She wrote: “Let’s start with Meghan McCain!”
Had this been anyone other than John McCain's daughter, Fox would have kept it up. Fostering hatred and paranoia is their bread and butter.
@outsider2011 @DonQuixotic I posted over there and said, it doesn't sound at all like Rusty. He has never posted anything like the Spanish allusions to DQ. I think it may be Beschloss (sp?) because that seems his style, a topic of interest to him, and adding a "The" to one of Rusty's names is also his kind of thing.
@outsider2011 Wow, Outsider. I am leaving but I had to express a thought. I did not see Rusty here but I did not know that you would not engage in discussing an issue even if the opinions were far right or totally different from yours. I enjoyed reading your comments especially when you debunked assertions that were misleading, stilted or false. Yes, there were and will always be some folks who simply restate the opinions shared by others but you, 53, obvious, Bobell, Deconstructiva and quite a few others made it interesting to read and understand the issues. Ignoring posts if there have different views, as I said below, seems to have made this site just another of those sites. But then, I might be getting ahead of myself. I read a few articles and comments and decided to make a remark to you about it. I might not have the full picture. Well, have a good weekend. Am out.
@DonQuixotic @forgottenlord And they still have a huge viewership. That says something about the politics of the day. They sell hate and many, very many people are still drinking the Kool Aid they sell. As I said below, the group think is pervasive on the right and left. Not a popular assertion but a true assessment imho.
@53_3 I like her a lot. A "no nonsense" lady.
The Unspoken One qualifies.
@53_3 Hmm. Didn't read the link apparently.
@TyPollard @nflfoghorn With the added benefit of hindsight it appears that TW cheated and admitted it in a post-round interview. That said, if Augusta Nat gave him a pass after investigating it after Round 2 how can you honestly justify changing it before Round 3 on Saturday based on what a TV watcher phoned in? Can you imagine if that Packers-Seahawks game got reversed by fans? (OK, bad example : )
I believe so.
It's also the beauty of it being televised. So many eyes that would cause great outcry if racism seemed the reason. The LAST thing Augusta would want with their history of exclusion. The rules of golf are sacred among these golfers and explicit. They can be harsh but they can also be helpful if you know them well and use them wisely. They also have economic reasons to not alienate the huge Chinese market by un fairly singling him out. I have no doubt that these reasons make many racists grit their teeth but I think this was fair.
@Ivy_B I am glad you pointed out the discrepancy --at least you noticed. I have been accused by one or two people here of using another lawyers pseudonym--who posts here on this site, And accused by one other person of being another feminist lawyer who sometimes also posts here. However, this is my only pseudonym. Even if you are a regular, know many people on the board etc.and post far far more often than some of us, and have more liberal views shared by many on here, it still does not justify that sort of claim. That's all I have to say about it.
@retiredvet Coming from you, especially funny ; )
Shades of Romney, when the death of one of his staff due to lack of insurance was revealed.
And then she defended the post saying, everyone laughed.