It’s the end of the school year. I have a suggestion for a journalism school summer class project…
 May 26, 2015 at 8:31pm
Too bad Obummer chose to misinterpret the facts, the law, his oath of office, and the Constitution.
May 24, 2015 at 5:48pm
No, it’s going to hurt A LOT. We’re leveraged more than Greece. Did you forgot all those public and private unfunded liabilities?
 May 22, 2015 at 8:36pm
I have but one request to flag burners of any persuasion: go right ahead with your protest, but please be sure to wrap yourself in the flag first.
May 22, 2015 at 7:29pm
Desalination uses a humungous amount of electricity. They just can’t figure out how to run a plant from windmills or solar panels.
 May 21, 2015 at 7:28pm
Any genuine investigative journalists in the house? How about a forensic audit of the VA?
 May 21, 2015 at 7:19pm
Take it one step further: you are responsible for your own health care, as well. Want to fry your brain on drugs? Go ahead, but don’t expect me to feed you or take care of you. Same thing for a host of other laws, e.g., requiring helmets for bikers. It’s their choice if they want to crack their skulls like an egg on the pavement, but their medical bills are not my problem. Nor should insurance companies be forced o cover such things. Individual liberty goes hand in hand with individual responsibility.
Not likely. He (or she) knows that it would be career suicide after the usual pack of PC hyenas would claim they were woman-haters, sexist monsters that should tarred & feathered. And the media would gleefully support them, too.
And the craven cowards that have run our military for the past few decades would climb on board the PC bandwagon, as usual.
Fifty or sixty years ago, before Congress had the deciding vote on our senior military commanders and their suitability for command, most of our senior generals would likely have resigned rather than slowly destroy their own military by buying into the usual leftist propaganda. Now, they'd better clearly be on the side of the Socialist Angels if they aspire to anything past one or two stars on their shoulders.
I retired in '86 rather than finishing out my thirty years. I could see the handwriting on the wall, and even though I loved the Army, I wanted no part of what was already beginning.
 May 14, 2015 at 11:41am
That’s organic for you. On the bright side, at least you know the veggies are still capable of supporting life.
In the 60's.. THE BIG GREEN SLIMY-LUMP on your plate WAS the veggies!!
 May 13, 2015 at 10:51pm
Kidding? I think not. The bees work their butts off to produce honey for themselves, but the keepers take it from them, leaving just enough to live on. No matter how hard they work, the outcome is the same, and they cannot prosper and grow. Therefore, they decline. What we have here is a parable for the Progressive Socialist Utopia. Colony decline = the US.
 May 13, 2015 at 10:38pm
That would be the United States, under the watchful eye of that paragon of progressive virtue, Democrat President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
 May 13, 2015 at 9:22pm
Retroactively. Hey! Here’s an idea! Let’s call capital punishment a “retroactive abortion”. The left couldn’t possibly argue with that since the innocence of the fetus is unquestioned; the execution of a convicted criminal who could possibly be innocent is therefore moot.
 May 13, 2015 at 9:04pm
Like a lot of things, the progressives (I like to think of them as ‘subversives’) have destroyed good manners. The president may not be sexist in this case, but he certainly is rude, disrespectful, and unprofessional. If he were to be respectful, he would NEVER have addressed Senator Warren by her first name unless she had previously invited him to do so.
“Moving parts in rubbing contact require lubrication to avoid excessive wear. Honorifics and formal politeness provide lubrication where people rub together. Often the very young, the untraveled, the naïve, the unsophisticated deplore these formalities as “empty,” meaningless,” or “dishonest,” and scorn to use them. No matter how “pure” their motives, they thereby throw sand into machinery that does not work too well at best.” Lazarus Long (Robert A. Heinlein)