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Category Archives: Politics
I’ve been trying to write about this observation for a while, but haven’t found the means to express it. So I am just going to state it, in what I admit is speculative form. Here’s what I said on Twitter … Continue reading
Andrew Breitbart is vying for the title of Worst Living American, and by all accounts the title may now be his. After using his website to launch a smear campaign at Shirley Sherrod based on lies and innuendo , he … Continue reading
I’ll start by saying this: If there is a god (there’s not), that god really enjoys putting the Pope’s PR firm through hell. As if the near constant reports that Pope Benedict protected child molesters wasn’t reason enough to flee … Continue reading
I think this passage from the New York Times speaks for itself.
Paul Krugman’s response to David Brooks’ column today — which is itself a response (of sorts) to Krugman’s recent writing — is remarkably restrained, considering Brooks the Dumdum succeeds only in distorting Krugman’s arguments and appealing to that most juvenile … Continue reading
Like most of you out there, my relationship with soccer began at the age of 6, ended at the age of 8, and has now returned to rear its octagonally-paneled head under its rightful moniker: FUTBOL! Certainly there must be … Continue reading