What “position”?! They are peers! You are really grasping here. It’s sad you’re so desperate for attention.
March 12, 2014 at 2:10pm
If there are already regulations in place, then where pray tell is the bias? If our dear, generous government leaders put regs into place then surely even if by magic they work! Well unless you are a Christian, then bash away folks!
March 12, 2014 at 1:02pm
Weinstein has been lurking around the Academy causing trouble for decades. The interesting thing is that originally he was right. There was a real Evangelical bias there. But now it has swung so far to the opposite that there is a now a pagan worship circle. I don’t know if there are any pagans who need it. His original mission could be considered accomplished. But I don’t think fairness is what he is looking for.
And now Mikey is just making sure the AF follows its own regulations put in place to deal with the bias issues.
March 7, 2013 at 2:30am
All of the Senators who dined with the “Campaigner in Chief” need to start packing your bags. You are done. That is the ultimate betrayal. They may not agree with the filibuster, but for the love of God don’t go break bread with the person responsible!!! Time to put McCain, Graham, Etc. etc. Out to pasture.
I would agree that a majority of that dinner list needs to go but would not agree that having dinner with "that guy" is the ultimate betrayal. If you ask me, the dinner invite was "that guy" shaking in his boots. Trying to kiss some arse.
i agree completely, free chow caused the loss of an empire once....
February 16, 2013 at 4:34pm
Poor guy had to be stuck as an American! It’s so terrible to be a citizen of such a terrible country when he could be an emperor in other great countries. You know , like North Korea or China. Poor fella. In all seriousness, he has said things like his before. It’s called “planting seeds”. When are we going to believe him when he is honest by accident? He is truly scary.
October 22, 2012 at 2:39am
(disclaimer)I am a Mormon koolaid drinker, 100% believer. I read the book quoted in the article. It was an excellent book, a fair look at Mitt Romney. I have to say that if I were in this woman’s shoes, I would have done the same thing, and had the abortion. She had very serious complications, and it opened my eyes. Before reading the story, I thought there was never a reason for an abortion except for rape and incest. In her case, I don’t say I can blame her. That aside, this is what they have?!! A Christian Clergy advising a member of his congregation against abortion?!! Oh the horror!