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Thank You, Big Oil

Friday, April 4th, 2008

Glenn Beck on CNN wrote a nice little piece about the hypocrisy of “environmentalists” and why we shouldn’t be demonizing “Big Oil” for working for profit.  Worth a quick read.

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A Presidential Candidate We Can Believe In

Thursday, March 20th, 2008

His policy statements are vague, he’s got no experience and I’m about 80% sure he’s still on drugs, but damned if he isn’t a likeable scamp who can belt out a good tune, so I’d consider tossing the man a vote. It’s time for America to drink from the hose once again (and barbecue on […]

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President Bush Is A Liar And A Coward

Friday, March 14th, 2008

On Thursday, President Bush decided to offer some encouragement to the troops in the war Afghanistan (a war he has often neglected in favor of his disastrous vanity project in Iraq) by offering this bon mot on his personal feelings about the mission and the service rendered by our armed forces: I must say, I’m […]

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Department Of Homeland Security Claims American Public No Longer Expects Privacy

Monday, February 11th, 2008

Apparently, the right to privacy no longer exist for anyone crossing the border as the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has claimed that they have a right to search, without warrant or probable cause, anyone who comes into this country, including citizens.  Amir Khan says he becomes frustrated and humiliated every time he enters the […]

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Tempe City Council’s Arbitrary Ruling Almost Ends In Mass Shooting At Super Bowl

Thursday, February 7th, 2008

Kurt Havelock, 35, planned to shoot people at the Super Bowl.  He loaded up his car with an AR-15 rifle and 200 rounds of ammunition, then drove to a parking lot near the stadium.  When he got there, however, he was suddenly hit with remorse, realized that what he was doing was wrong and decided […]

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Hillary Clinton = Tracey Flick

Thursday, January 31st, 2008

Sometimes it’s like Slate Magazine reads my mind. If you haven’t seen the movie “Election” (the 1995 film), it’s a political classic…surprisingly enough, a political classic produced by MTV.  I honestly wouldn’t be surprised if Hillary Clinton was their inspiration for Reese Witherspoon’s obsessively sociopathic character.

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Al-Qaeda’s “Number Three Man” Killed…Again

Thursday, January 31st, 2008

I think this brings us up to seven or eight “number threes” killed in the al-Qaeda hierachy since 2001.  Must be a hell of a corporate flow chart they have.  I wonder what country the next guy will be situated in when our government decides to “promote” him.  Somehow I think it will end up being whatever country […]

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Author Of The Ron Paul Newsletter Outed?

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

After speaking with multiple sources (many of them off-the-record) and going through a publishing history, Reason Magazine has added weight to the suspicions of many on who was responsible for the Ron Paul newsletter…current Ron Paul advisor Lew Rockwell.  From the tone of the article nobody else seems to come close as a prime suspect, […]

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Federal Driver’s Licenses: The Government’s New Plan To Screw Up Your Life

Friday, January 11th, 2008

The brainiacs who’ve made air travel almost as fun as a 10-hour Coca-Cola enema have unveiled their new master plan for creating an efficient security system…federally mandated drivers licenses for everybody under the age of 50, which all states will be forced to comply with by 2011, whether they’re capable or doing so or not, […]

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Double-Speak Definition Of The Day

Thursday, January 10th, 2008

Today’s double-speak is: “Al-Qaeda’s Number 3 Man” A hierarchical description applied to a member of an organization that has no clearly defined hierarchy beyond the top two members.  This term is popular with the current administration whenever they kill a probable terrorist whose body the military was able to identify in a timely fashion and who had enough […]

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Does This Mean That LaDainian Tomlinson Isn’t Qualified To Plug HD TVs?

Thursday, January 10th, 2008

The people who’ve taken a legislative axe to archaic concepts like free speech and made it almost impossible to find a cold medication that works now have a new cause celebre…cracking down on celebrity endorsements for consumer products. The ads in question this time are for the top-selling Pfizer product, Lipitor, a cholesterol-lowering drug that from […]

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The Lame Duck Period Officially Starts

Thursday, January 10th, 2008

You can often tell the exact point at which the President of the United States has accepted that his term is coming to an end…when he suddenly starts focusing on foreign policy red herrings like the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.  I’ve always found it a rather amusing time when our presidents have gone down that road and started lecturing both […]

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A Little Bit About UCrawford

Monday, October 8th, 2007

I suppose the best way to describe myself would be to say that I have a problem with authority. I’ve always disliked when people told me what to do, even as a young child, and I’ve always preferred to find my own path through life and make my own decisions, even if it occasionally went […]

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