Here's a few images for you to check out. What mighty city is this that needs such a show of force? Lansing MI, with a population of 114,000, is apparently under siege by the populace. At least one might think so looking at the following images. These are from today and there's not a protestor in site.…Continue
The big news is that the Supreme Court of the United States upheld the individual mandate which is the central piece of the legislation. Basically the entire law was…Continue
Hat tip to Adriana for pointing out a blog to me on atheist republicans; the gist being how can you support a party who hates you?…Continue
President Obama breaks a move. A policy change on Friday will allow "dreamers" to legally remain in the country for two years while the battle on immigration continues. The President had to deal…Continue
The two big stories this week revolve around the leaking of classified national security information, whether it was deliberate or not, and the recall election in Wisconsin.
The "leak" is a perfect example of political asshattery. The argument revolves around whether this was a…Continue
The presidential race is about to get started, but not much in the way of fireworks yet. Until Romney picks his running mate, for the most part I'm going to ignore. Last week we looked at old, washed-up, has been Ted Nugent, who Romney actively sought support from. The…Continue
Welcome to this week's edition of "The Weekly Planet." This week besides the usual topics I'll be adding education into the mix since that ties in with the global unrest and world wide protests. Education will be a recurring topic, as it should be, since an uneducated populace is an easily controlled…Continue
What images does this word conjure. Do you think about camping in a secluded, pristine part of the country? Do you think about loving who you want to love, breathing clean air, drinking pure water, contributing to the betterment of society, supporting education for your children, supporting science and…Continue
Welcome to the second edition of "The Weekly Planet."This week I'm staying away from the presidential primaries. Romney will win the republican nomination and then lose handily to Obama. Instead we'll look at a fine conservative institution.
The Supreme Court of the United…Continue
Welcome to the first edition of "The Weekly Planet." The Planet's content will be primarily a summary of weekly politics that have caught our attention. The format will be simple to begin with. We will concentrate on four areas that will be standard from week to week, inserting other subjects that grab our…Continue
A quick blog and song. Listen: Sweet Embrace
Women chained and drained of any fire's…Continue
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For those who like to listen: …Continue
I posted an article recently that stated a similar thought about the Republican Party except for one exception. They used the word “may.” That term has been gnawing at my thoughts since I read the article. Why do liberals, when stating a fact, hide their real thoughts? There is no “may” in this…Continue
I've been watching videos of the happily few instances of police brutality against the OWS protesters. Most of what I see shows law enforcement maintaining their cool, but when they lose it, bad things happen. In all but one of the instances that I've seen, the children of this country are the…Continue
Though Islam seems to be getting massive coverage from the conservative media, anyone who pays attention to what is happening in the U.S. knows the truth.
Yet, even if taken at face value, (which is the only way credence could be given to the thought, since all the statistics say it…