EZ Download search
- Your cart is empty.
- music online community on Mismanagement at Chicago’s Census Operation
- Marquis on A Chicago Real-Estate Scandal That Deserves National Attention [UPDATE]
- Minnie on A Chicago Real-Estate Scandal That Deserves National Attention [UPDATE]
- Gustavo on A Chicago Real-Estate Scandal That Deserves National Attention [UPDATE]
- bit.ly on A Chicago Real-Estate Scandal That Deserves National Attention [UPDATE]
Feed the Kraken.
Tag Archives: Liberal Hypocrisy
To which I respond all of the usual and customary replies to any uber obvious question; is the Pope Catholic? Does a bear, well, you know… The Washington Times’ James Curl: In the weird world that is Washington, men and … Continue reading
Oh no, she di’int…Oh yes, she did; she’s playing the Race Card™ : “I do not understand what I think is the maligning and maliciousness [toward] this president,” said Jackson Lee, a member of the Congressional Black Caucus. “Why is … Continue reading
No really, she goes there ; U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is questioning the priorities of lawmakers criticizing the U.S. intervention in Libya. She’s asking bluntly, “Whose side are you on?” Which prompts AllahP to ask, “What’s next, … Continue reading
Provided by our Pal Carin, in a comment thread over at Protein Wisdom that is part of a post by Darleen Click on Obama’s impending “Victory Lap“, paraphrased, it goes something like this: Economy still sputtering after two plus years … Continue reading
I’ve kept my trap shut on the Libya action, in general, because I believe that partisan politics end at the water’s edge in time of armed conflict, and I don’t want to engage in the same petty behavior I’ve spent … Continue reading
At least, you know, if one believes the Senatorial record: The fact that we are here today to debate raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the U.S. Government can’t pay its … Continue reading
From Greg Hensler via AllahP, who characterizes this absurd exchange between renouned paragons of intellectual honesty Ed Schultz and Jesse Jackson as: a sneak preview of the smart, sober rhetoric we can expect from the Party Of Ideas after the new … Continue reading