Saturday, June 05, 2010



Boned Jello

I was really touched by this picture, and wanted to know who ERIC L WARD, USMC was.  Since his father is also a Marine, that may be he and mom at his Arlington Cemetery graveside.  Heart wrenching. Thank you for your service, Eric.

THE newspaper

Ready when you are, C.B.!   *

Boned Jello

The Most Famous Newspaper on TV Shows  WTF?  Here's my guess why this particular paper is used in so many television series episodes.  The Hollywood studio chiefs bought 62,000 copies of the "NIXON RESIGNS" issue, and they're just all over the place.  This is inside copy from the issue. Nothing else makes sense.(Unless lawyers are somehow involved, and even then it won't make sense.)

Ground Zero Mosque

Clap. Clap. Clap


There will be one soon ..

Could this be the Flash Point?

In other words, government policy would encourage a tax on websites like the Drudge Report, a must-read source for the news links of the day, so that the agency can redistribute the funds collected to various newspapers.
FTC floats Drudge tax

Blood & Gore

McCain-Sphincter 2012?

I'm going to push you
over with a feather

Why not just stab me in the liver?

It is quite a contrast to his 2000 presidential campaign, when he openly criticized and needled conservatives. This last Saturday, he even gave a graduation talk at Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University (though, for balance, he will also be addressing this week graduates at New York City’s very left-wing New School). 

Reporters speculated on Meet the Press on Sunday that McCain wants to make amends with conservatives well before he officially announces his candidacy for president next year. So can he convince people he is still sufficiently conservative?
Let’s consider just one of these issues: McCain’s claimed pro-gun record. This was true a decade ago, but since then, on issues such as regulating gun shows, banning less expensive guns and so-called assault weapons, and requiring gunlocks, McCain has supported central portions of the gun-control agenda. Indeed, in a couple cases, McCain authored the proposed legislation himself.  [Friendly Fire continued]

Ain't we been here before?
In deference to his service to our nation, I have in the past attempted to give McCain the benefit of the doubt.  "His Vietnamese captors beat his brains out"; "He receives instructions from the Manchurian micro-chip  the commies planted."  Regardless, the man is, like Obama, a threat to our democracy.   That he is planning to run again for president is all the proof I need to offer. It's also proof that McCain is still comfortable with the people running the Republican Party.  But, alas, I have a long record of not being right about such things.

I see monsters

Statement of Dr. Lee Edwards
on the Dedication of Stalin
Statue at D-Day Memorial

Boned Jello
Since the fall of the Soviet Union, statues of Joseph Stalin have been torn down all over Europe and even in the former Soviet Union itself. The world is closer than ever before to a consensus on the evils of communism and Stalin's primary role in the worst crimes of the last century. And yet a statue of Stalin is included in the National D-Day Memorial, to be dedicated in Bedford, Virginia, this Sunday, June 6.

Near the statue of Stalin, a plaque catalogues Stalin's crimes against millions of people both in Russia and throughout Europe. But no mere plaque can justify the inclusion of the statue which dishonors the heroic individuals who sacrificed so much on D-Day and in the Cold War.

A bust of Joseph Stalin has no place in a memorial whose purpose is to salute the brave soldiers who made D-Day a vital victory in the crusade for freedom.

Which makes Seattle Lenin all the more galling.

Always listen to your mother

Always listen to your mother