Let’s talk traffic

Snowbird season is here, and school started weeks ago. This means most commuters have to either add time to their commute or get up and head to work early enough to avoid extra traffic. I usually choose the get up early option, so I need to leave my house by 6am to stick to the […]

A busy Congress

Check out this article on ten Congressional accomplishments from March 2003 until today. How does it make you feel?

Welfare Shmelfare

I’ve been in an intermittently foul mood since Thursday night.  I got talked into going to a happy hour by my co-worker.  She said it would be a group of local businesswomen.  I was a bit apprehensive, due to the probability that massive quantities of Chamber of Commerce koolaid will have been consumed by at least some of those in […]

The Liberal Media betrays us, again

Luckily I read the paper first thing in the morning, because I might have lost my lunch otherwise.   Today’s headline in the AZ Republic was the following dreck by AP writer Anne Flaherty:  Why Dem’s Iraq pullout failed In short, the U.S. can’t withdraw from the occupation because 4 star generals are neato and MoveOn.org […]

Not so fast, Taser Boy defenders

I’m sure many of you are aware of the events that transpired on Monday at the University of Florida, where 21 year old journalism student Andrew Meyer was tasered by campus police.   A lot of people in the progressive community, at least the ones I’m hearing on the radio, are claiming it’s one more incident in […]

All of our candidates would make a better president than you!

This is really pathetic: http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2007/09/16/romney-my-wife-is-prettier-than-bill-clinton/ Katie

Speaking of breastfeeding…

I found this gem of a letter to the editor in today’s AZ Republic. Regarding ‘Protesters nurse outside restaurant’ (Valley and State, Sept. 9): I feel that mothers who indiscreetly display their breasts while suckling their infants in public are blatant exhibitionists who are exploiting their mammary glands for the titillation of others. Bill Murdoch, […]