Interesting Bits

05/29/2015 2:51

A Nice Gesture

Anheuser-Busch Producing Canned Water for Flood Victims  (Those terrible, evil capitalists at work.)

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05/29/2015 8:15

About that Recovery Thing

The U.S. economy shrank at a 0.7 percent annual rate in the first three months of the year, depressed by a severe winter and a widening trade deficit. (And about that severe winter, I thought global warming was going to destory the planet.)

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05/29/2015 7:59

Yes, Talk About Political Irony

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05/28/2015 10:50

Crime Update of the Week

Woman hits self with bowling ball as cover for robbery. (Amazingly, the police did not buy her story.)

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05/27/2015 4:44

I'll Stick With Muffins

Marijuana-Infused Smoked Salmon Is The Future Of Breakfast

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05/27/2015 8:55

An Inconvenient Moral Truth

Lindsay Harold points out the obvious - why children need a mother and a father.

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05/26/2015 8:48

So Calling them Thugs Was Obviously Correct

Baltimore Bloodshed Continues; 28 Shot, 9 Dead Over Holiday Weekend. (So where are the black lives matter people)

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05/26/2015 8:32

Govt - A Word for Massive Corruption

 A federal whistleblower has revealed that the Veterans Health Administration may have improperly spent up to $5 billion in improper and unauthorized procurement expenditures over each of the last five years and lawmakers are demanding an explanation.

 (When you can't fire federal employees and when you have an administration who doesn't care about corruption or veterans, this is what happens.)

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05/26/2015 8:02

Cheers for Mr. McEwan

There is nothing virtuous about being offended.

Famed British author Ian  McEwan lays it in the line at a college graduation.

(When 40 to 50 percent of Democrats think we should undercut the First Amendment and limit free speech, we need more people such as Mr. McEwan to defend it. He gets three cheers)

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05/24/2015 10:21

His Legacy is Getting Darker and Darker

ISIS raises, the economy falls and Obama's Legacy Falls apart.

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05/23/2015 3:50

About the State of our Schools

New data released by the U.S. Department of Education shows that the more educated parents are, the more likely they are to homeschool their children.

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05/22/2015 7:40

How's That Smart Diplomacy?

Finland has sent letters to nearly a million military reservists, setting out their roles “in the event of war” amid rising tension with neighbouring Russia.

The letters have been dispatched to 900,000 former conscripts in the armed forces, including to Finns living abroad.

(Living on the border of the former Soviet Union and now Russia is not a good place to be. Finland was invaded by Stalin prior to World War II. They are probably thinking its pre-World War II allover again.  Obama, of couse, will do what he does in every crisis - go play golf.)

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05/22/2015 9:21

Don't See This Every Day

Beer-drinking man wearing scuba gear causes disturbance at McDonald's restaurant

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05/21/2015 7:00

Three Cheers (Again) for Kirsten Powers

Powers: Presuming guilt among Republicans and goodness among Democrats is so reflexive and rewarded in today's mainstream media culture, it's not that hard to see how Stephanopoulos truly would not have understood he had an egregious conflict of interest as he faced down Schweizer. Like a fish doesn't notice the water, today's mainstream journalists are impervious to their bias in favor of Democratic candidates or liberal issues. They believe they are being objective because they have mistaken their ideological belief system for truth

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05/21/2015 6:55

Administration is Deying Reality

Speaking to a group of Iraq War veterans who began the day wondering how the US and Iraq could possibly have lost Ramadi, a city for which Americans bled to pacify, National Security Advisor Susan Rice tried a novel approach to the question — complete and utter denial of reality.

(Don't think that will work but, with our MSM, who knows?)

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05/21/2015 6:34

A Bloated Bureaucracy

UW-Madison Able to Eliminate 434 Positions Without Laying Off Any Faculty.


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05/20/2015 4:34

Why does the Left Kowtow to Islam?

  For the left, the main source of evil in the world always comes from within America and from within the West, never outside of it.

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05/20/2015 9:58

OK, Who Even Thought of This?

World's First Gin Made Using  Ants (I don't think Gin and, after reading this, I don't plan to start.)

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