I regret that I will be on able to watch the inauguration due to my work schedule. This is a remarkable, given that I write the schedule around here. Well, work gets what it wants. Meanwhile, I now I have a spare bottle of champagne for sometime, oh, say after … Continue reading
Jamey is a friend of mine from back when on Facebook, in the Gingrich and Tea Party wars of 2012. He’s going to the Inauguration. His son is an Eagle Scout! Jamey is our kind of people. He is prone to use recon by fire the way I do, so … Continue reading
Shocked that various Republicans can’t won’t whatever see their way to drowning ObamaCare in a bathtub. You don’t plan a replacement before you put out a house fire. You just put out the fire. But some people just want to see things burn.
Did anybody else get this? Mail from National Review begging for money to upgrade their website. They sent a tasteful and self-deprecating goofy e-mail, but I can’t shake the feeling that this is not how grown-ups run things. Sigh.
… With Rock and Roll! This song is about as old as I am. This band is still on tour, playing everything from stadiums to honkytonks. It’s what they do. This band is part of the reason the term “Heavy Metal” was coined. This performance of this song captures about … Continue reading
Here’s a heck of a song just in time for the, uh … it was 1998 when this came out. So never mind that. The lyrics are surprisingly terrible, by which I mean wonderful. It’s Meet the New Boss meets a touch of the old ultra-violence, eh? Bolshii. Regardless … Continue reading
A master at work. After the GOP lost to Obama the first time. This is part one of nine, and this is one of my favorite speeches. There’s another one from 2012 or so, which I will post shortly.
Good article in Roll Call, describing the soup that the Democrats have landed in. And that ain’t soup, baby. Democrats in rural America have a blunt message for the rest of their party: We saw the electoral disaster coming — and it’s your fault. For now I’ll brush past the … Continue reading
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The hue and cry over “fake news” is not complicated, but it is disturbing. I hate crap as much as the next guy, but the #FakeNews nonsense is classic censorship with a progressive twist. The two-fold goals are to get the government in the business of shutting down publication of … Continue reading