So Sarah Palin has some concerns about her new neighbor being able to see into her daughter's bedroom. Is there a reason why she was less than concerned about her previous neighbor also evidently being able to see into her daughter's bedroom?
Friday, June 4, 2010
Thursday, June 3, 2010
...or has Super Soaker gotten a little...um...
Oozinator? Major pumping required? Perhaps the less said about this the better.
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Fortunately, the First Amendment can't be knocked out as easy as Sonny Liston.
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Everyone who thinks Rand and Ron Paul are straight talkers should see this video. The way Rand evades and obfuscates a simple questions suggests that he is trapped between a repulsive answer and a rigid ideology that he doesn't even fully understand.
To Dr. Paul and his disciples, I'll simply add that the free market had over 100 years to correct racism and segregation. It did not.
Posted by Jon at 9:18 PM
Friday, October 16, 2009
I felt bad for Rush Limbaugh, I really did. The prospect of him owning some portion of the St. Louis Rams didn't bother me, in part because it would have confirmed my belief that the city of St. Louis is entirely without redeeming qualities, and it would have added a fun new element to watching one of football's worst teams get beat week after week. But mostly, I feel bad for Rush because I'm a liberal. I love the First Amendment, and while I understand that the freedom of speech does not shield you from what other people may think about you, I wish the world weren't that way. Unfortunately for Rush, the world is very much that way, even though what Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton did to him was just as repulsive as what Glenn Beck did to Van Jones.
Limbaugh blamed Smith, executive director of the NFLPA and an "Obama-ite," along with Sharpton and Jackson, whom he referred to as "race hustlers," for Checketts' decision to drop him. He said his sacking was an example of the political clout wielded by President Barack Obama's administration.
Posted by Jon at 12:21 AM
Thursday, October 15, 2009
So, did I miss anything?
Posted by Jon at 6:56 PM