Archives for: May 2012, 19
The late Andrew Breitbart's old crazy-mates finally come up with the goods on illegal alien Obama, Tommy Christopher of Mediaite fame comes up with a great account of their excellent adventure, ending, alas, in bitter disappointment, and someone comes up with the best headline of the week.
Why wait for mere elections? The Heathen Republican looks back fondly on 2012 and President Obama's loss of the Presidency in November.
Chuck Thinks Right remembers his beloved grandmother and the nurses who cared for her. Touching, but unaffected, writing. Readers will like his grandmother very much, and will share his gratitude for the caregivers.
Papamoka at Papamoka Straight Talk tells us what makes America exceptional and how immigrants prove it. Kind of like we were taught in school in those innocent days before nativism came back into style.
Nancy Hanks at The Hankster has dreams of a prevailing tide of politically independent voters, but reports a bad day in California rules, and the failure of Americans Elect to find a candidate.
Our favorite John Myste at John Myste Responds lambastes ... well ... me, in our comments section. John is enlightening and entertaining even when ... ummm ... wrong. I mean, he does disagree with ME.
Ned Williams at Wisdom Is Vindicated reviews the losses of JPMorgan Chase & Co and just can't understand why a too-big-to-allow-to-fail company should suffer the yoke of regulation. After all, only the company got hurt. . . . this time. Reassuring to taxpayers who may get walloped next time, like we were last time.
Jack Jodell, friend of the working blogger at THE SATURDAY AFTERNOON POST, connects the dots, those dots being Bain, J.P.Morgan, regulation, and television ads. Great group of dots, and they do connect.
James Wigderson has more on the ever continuing Guitar Art Project of Waukesha, Wisconsin. He covers it as a sort of scandal in the making. I think that aspect is overshadowed by its inate weirdness. A scandal involving giant displays of guitars?
Dave Dubya relates the Mitt Romney mindset, in as much as it can be reasonably interpreted, to a 2008 interview by John Dean on the authoritarian mind. An online book about post-WWII studies is now available free online. I dunno. I'm suspicious of clinical studies of legitimately held political positions. I do acknowledge that some of my conservative brethren are into some strange stuff.